Graduate Certificate in Communication for Health

Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00213J

This program has intakes for international students in February and July, and enables students who receive the required grades to receive up to four units (one semester) of credit for prior learning and be guaranteed a place in one of the available Masters coursework programs in the Faculty of Health.

Structure

Students must choose a Major. There are three Majors available: Nursing, Public Health, Environmental Health. Each Major comprises two Health units and two Communication units.

Subjects

  • Nursing
  • Public Health
  • Environmental Health

Standard entry requirements

  • Entry requirements for the Nursing Major: a bachelor degree in nursing, or an associate degree in nursing and one year of work experience as a registered nurse. Entry requirements for the Public Health Major: a bachelor degree in any discipline. Entry requirements for the Environmental Health Major: a bachelor degree in any discipline
  • And a minimum of 48 credit points (equivalent of one semester full time study) of basic science units that were completed at the bachelor degree level and must include:12 credit points (one subject) of foundation chemistry
  • And 36 credit points in other science areas (e.g. microbiology, physics, anatomy and physiology, life science).

Study pathways

Receive up to four units (one semester) of credit for prior learning and a place in the Master of Health Safety and Environment, Master of Public Health, or Master of Advanced Practice Nursing.

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Kelvin Grove International: $17,000 No information available Yes No information available

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