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Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a public university in Australia. It has seven Australian campuses, and also maintains a campus in Rome. In 2016 it had 24,458 students. Though not primarily a research university, it aims to increase its activities in this area.
ACU is made up of four faculties, which offer bachelor, master and doctoral degrees.
Education and Arts – areas include education, arts and humanities, global studies and international development studies, media communications, social science, youth work, and creative arts, visual arts and design.
Health Sciences – areas include counselling, environmental science, exercise physiology, exercise science, mental health, midwifery, nursing, occupational therapy, paramedicine, physiotherapy, public health, psychology, social work and speech pathology.
Law and Business – areas include accounting and finance, business administration, commerce, human resource management, information technology, law, management, marketing and occupational health, safety and environmental management.
Theology and Philosophy – areas include biblical studies, christian thought, christian practice, liturgy, ministry, moral theology, religion studies, ethics, bioethics, metaphysics, philosophy of world religions, politics and epistomology.