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We provide clinicians with the opportunity to undertake a specialisation to meet specific professional development needs. Choose from a wide range of options, including emergency disaster management, environmental health, and occupational health and safety.
We offer short courses, graduate certificates, graduate diplomas and full masters programs. Many of these articulate into each other, so you can start with a shorter course and build upon it.
This program is ideal for clinicians who seek to undertake a specialisation that will meet their professional development needs. It offers flexibility with distance delivery, block attendance, external study and online learning for selected units.
Download course structures and unit outlines for Graduate Certificate in Health Science
Students in the Graduate Certificate in Health Science complete four units from one study area. To complete a major, students must complete at least four units from the same study area within the Faculty of Health. Students can graduate with one specified major only.
Study areas are offered in the following:
* Students wishing to complete a graduate diploma qualification in Environmental Health or Occupational Health and Safety should apply for entry into the Graduate Diploma in Environmental Health or Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.
A completed recognised bachelor degree in any discipline; or
A completed recognised diploma qualification (or higher award) with at least three years full-time equivalent (FTE) professional work experience which includes at least one year in a supervisory or leadership role (e.g. with responsibility for decision making, team work, quality assurance, and/or policy development); or
Current registration within the applicant’s field of practice with a nationally recognised professional body with at least three years full-time equivalent (FTE) professional work experience
Your actual fees may vary depending on which units you choose. We review fees annually.
2017: $9400 per course (48 credit points)
(subject to annual review)
2016: $9,800 per Study Period (48 credit points)
(subject to annual review)
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