The School of Health and Human Sciences offers undergraduate courses in health, biomedical science, clinical sciences (osteopathic studies), midwifery, nursing, occupational therapy, pedorthics, podiatry, psychological science, speech pathology, sport and exercise science that are informed by research and responsive to the current needs of government and industry employers. A double degree in Sport and Exercise Science, Bachelor of Laws is also offered.
The School of Health and Human Sciences Honours degrees are a separate fourth year of study, which may be undertaken following the successful completion of an undergraduate degree. Honours degrees are designed to provide the groundwork or foundation for an understanding of the process of conducting research. The principal purpose of Honours courses is to help students develop skills and interests in independent research. Honours courses comprise 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 be eligible to study a Honours degree. For more information see the Bachelor of Health and Human Sciences Honours Program Handbook 2020.
For Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours students, see more about the locations where this course is offered or download the Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours Program Handbook 2020.
The School of Health and Human Sciences offers postgraduate courses in Nursing, Diabetes Management, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Healthcare Leadership and Osteopathic Studies.
Health and human sciences course enquiries
Undergraduate and postgraduate courses
Higher degrees by research
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If you are already studying a health and human sciences degree, and have questions about your course, contact your student support team via the directory.