|Course Information at a Glance|
Available in February each year through VTAC
Minimum entrance requirement: Equivalent Australian Year 12
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|How to Apply
Semester One (February)
Applications for on campus studies should be made online through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre.
Semester Two (July)
This course is not available for Semester Two (July) entry.
|Course codes for applying directly to Monash:
Emergency health and paramedic practice - M20021
Human services - M20022
Public health science - M20023
Radiation sciences - M20024
The Bachelor of Health Sciences is for people who are passionate about health and are keen to contribute to addressing real health challenges faced by both individuals and communities.
The Bachelor of Health Sciences is a ‘parent’ course under which there are four specialisations:
- Bachelor of Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice (M20021)
- Bachelor of Human Services (M20022)
- Bachelor of Public Health Science (M20023)
- Bachelor of Radiation Sciences (M20024)
Your studies will commence at the Caulfield campus, where the students from all four specialisation courses will apply scientific approaches to the study and improvement of health. After the first three semesters, your campus base may change depending on your specialisation (see ‘Course info at a glance’ on the right for further information).
This course will provide you with a sound foundation in health science, a broad overview of health care, and skills in identifying, investigating, analysing and assessing health issues. This foundation leads on to the specialisations which enable you to pursue a variety of allied and public health career paths.
You will learn from passionate teachers who are experts in clinical practice and research.