Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Applied Public Health provides students with the knowledge and skills to contribute to a healthier Australian society. Public Health is about preventing illness in populations and developing programs and practices that promote better health in individuals and communities. Public Health practitioners must understand both recent developments in scientific research and the ways in which this research can influence government policy. This degree is ideal for students who are enthusiastic about making a difference to the health of people through communication and leadership, and learning about the impact of individual lifestyle choices and intergenerational effects on health. The Bachelor of Business Administration is a general business degree without specialisation in a particular subject area. The course is structured around 8 core units which are common to other undergraduate business courses and a further 4 units that will build your business knowledge in areas such as human resource management, marketing and management.
320 credit points.
- Applied public health
- Business administration
Standard entry requirements
To be eligible for admission to the course, an applicant must have completed the following prerequisites at year 12 level, or equivalent. Victoria Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 - a study score of at least 30 in English as an Additional Language (EAL) or 25 in any other English.
|Campus||Fees||Entry||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|Melbourne (St Patrick's)||International: $116,320||
Graduates of the Bachelor of Applied Public Health/ Bachelor of Business Administration will be eligible to work in the following areas: Social and community planning in local government; Advocacy and policy in health-related non-government organisations and charities; Public health / health promotion officers; Government policy roles including health departments, human services and strategic policy units; Australian National Preventive Health Agency; Medicare Locals and other primary health and community health agencies; Human services interacting with health services; Small and medium sized businesses.