Bachelor of Health Sciences
You're interested in health but not sure if you want to be a health promotion worker, dietician or health administrator. You like the idea of working in health promotion and community health.
You're interested in health but not sure if you want to be a health promotion worker, dietician or health administrator. You like the idea of working in health promotion and community health. You want a degree with the flexibility to choose the subjects you like while keeping your options open. In this degree, you have elective subjects that let you study a range of health areas, as well as subjects from other FedUni faculties. Once you graduate, you'll be well positioned for entry into postgraduate degrees in allied health, nutrition and dietetics.
You'll learn about the public health challenges facing our society today, how to influence health factors and the best techniques to improve health and wellbeing. You will focus on promoting the principles of health to communities, developing policies for healthy living and providing advice for health policy. You'll also learn the psychological, ethical and legal aspects of health to set you up for your future career.
- Business analyst
- Case manager
- Case worker
- Case coordinator
- Community development practitioner
- Community development worker
- Group facilitator
Successful completion of Australian VCE, or overseas equivalent with two final year courses of either Biology, Chemistry, Psychology, Mathematics or Physics.
Entry IELTS band score of 6.0 with no individual band less than 6.0; OET Level B; TOEFL 550 with a TWE of 4; TOEFL IBT 79-80 with minimum of 19 in all sections; Pearson 52 (no band less than 50); Cambridge-CAE/CPE 169 (no band less than 169)
Fees are subject to change annually.
- $29,200 AUD annual tuition fee - commencing 2017
- 3 years