Undergraduate and honours courses
The School of Health and Human Sciences offers undergraduate and honours courses that are informed by research and responsive to the current needs of government and industry employers. A new Associate Degree of Allied Health is now available and offered through the SCU College, providing graduates with career opportunities and a pathway into a number of our undergraduate health degrees.
Some courses are still open for application in 2013, apply now for mid-year entry.
Undergraduate courses 2014
The School offers a range of degrees for students interested in a career within Australia's growing health sector.
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Honours courses 2014
An honours degree is an undergraduate extension or a fourth year of an undergraduate degree. The degree is designed to provide the groundwork or foundation for an understanding of the process of conducting research. The principal purpose of the course is to help students develop skills and interests in independent research. The Honours program comprises research leading to the completion of a thesis based upon original work.Students who have completed a relevant degree with a credit average or higher, can study a one year full time or 2 years part time Honours program.
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Updated: 23 April 2013