Oceania consists of islands of the southern, western, and central Pacific Ocean, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. The term is sometimes extended to encompass Australia, New Zealand, and the Malay Archipelago.
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If making a real difference in people’s lives through being an advocate for health, or by developing well rounded methodologies in healthcare, drives you, then this new degree will set you on a career path in one of the world’s fastest growing industries. [+]
This degree explores the social, political, cultural, economic and environmental determinants and outcomes of health, locally and globally. With an interdisciplinary... [+]
Bachelor of Health
This degree explores the social, political, cultural, economic and environmental determinants and outcomes of health, locally and globally. With an interdisciplinary view of health and an integrated awareness of the determinants, distribution and consequences of health and ill-health in society, this degree offers a core set of units and electives from a wide variety of other fields.
Key featuresThis degree’s flexible structure lets you incorporate electives such as development studies, economics, Indigenous studies and politics into your degree. A health placement internship is completed in the final year, providing the opportunity for practical, workplace-based learning in a health-related field which is appealing to employers. Option to undertake a double degree with a Bachelor of Arts – Psychology or a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). ... [-]
This is a three-year course that provides students with the knowledge and skills required to work in areas of health promotion, community health development, Indigenous health, and health services [+]
Bachelor of Health Science (BHSC)
Locations:Casuarina Campus DPC Alice Springs (Desert Peoples' Centre) External Studies
This is a three-year course that provides students with the knowledge and skills required to work in areas of health promotion, community health development, Indigenous health, and health services management. The course also offers a specialist stream in occupational therapy designed to provide a pathway into the Master of Occupational Therapy offered by Flinders University.
The course has an emphasis on understanding the challenges of working in diverse contexts of urban, rural and remote communities. It also offers an ongoing pathway for VET graduates. The course units provide the prerequisite knowledge and skills for graduate programs in allied health, public health and medicine.... [-]