Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Prepares students to make a positive contribution to the health of communities. Students graduate with the ability to think critically about prevention and control of communicable and environmental disease and a range of other environmental health issues, to work independently and as part of a team, and plan and coordinate environmental health projects.
- 8 units
- 120 credit points
- practicum placement
Standard entry requirements
University admission requirements apply.
Bachelor of Health Science
Related careers: Environmental Health Assistant, Environmental Health Cadet, Environmental Health Technical Officer Non-Standard Timetable On-campus students: HST2114 and HST2184 are only available to study online. Online students: Students will be required to attend a 140 hours of practicum with Local Government Authorities, and State Government Agencies.