The Bachelor of Health Science (Allied Health) is a practical course designed to develop well-rounded skills and provide you with a foundation learning opportunity.
Your studies will focus on human body systems, the role of allied health practitioners and healthcare in contemporary society. In addition your training will include problem solving in the workplace, a skill that is highly desired by employers. This exciting course reflects the contemporary direction of the national agenda on health and has a multi-disciplinary approach.
Undertake field placements during your studies and gain real-life experience. Placements may be organised in metropolitan, urban, regional, rural and remote areas.
Completing the Bachelor of Health Science (Allied Health) is the ideal pathway for progression into specialised postgraduate or graduate entry courses in areas such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, speech pathology or public health.
Study either full-time or part-time, on-campus or by online study. You may choose to study by online study while working in the industry, allowing you to earn and gain practical experience while you learn.