The School of Health Sciences offers a range of undergraduate and graduate programmes designed to meet the needs of modern healthcare. Informed by active research, local and international collaborations and internationally recognised staff, our programmes traverse a range of clinical and non-clinical fields to respond to the needs of the ever-changing health sector.
Many of our programmes have been developed in response to demand from the health sector, such as our unique postgraduate Child and Family Psychology options.
Our primary undergraduate degree, the Bachelor of Health Sciences, has six majors and our broad range of postgraduate qualifications offer a variety of specialisations and endorsements in fields as diverse as Health Information Management and Palliative Care.
The Bachelor of Health Sciences has six majors and offers a pathway to non-clinical health careers.
A joint initiative between UC and Ara gives students with a health degree the ability to gain nursing qualifications in just two years.
Our postgraduate programme is the first of its kind and offers training specifically in working with children and families.
As well as our specialised programmes, UC offers a range of flexible postgraduate Health Sciences options.
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