Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Public Health is the study and application of promoting health and preventing disease focusing on measures at the population level. Strategies include health promotion campaigns and advocacy, health policy, health monitoring and screening at a population level, and planning, implementation and evaluating health programs. Whether students are interested in playing a part in a non-government organisation, a national health care system, or a local council or community, they could be part of the growing global demand for high-quality graduates in public health. The Bachelor of Applied Public Health course includes an industry placement as well as a global learning experience with a Laureate partner institution. Study is available with full-time and part-time options on campus in Adelaide or online.
- Public health
Standard entry requirements
- Australian secondary education qualification, or equivalent
- Completed or partly completed qualification at AQF level 6 (associate degree) or above
- Completed Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification at AQF Level 4 (Certificate IV) or above
- Special Tertiary Admission Test (STAT) percentile rank or equivalent. Torrens University Australia also sets guaranteed entry thresholds for students who have: ATAR 70 or equivalent
- Studied at another university with a GPA of 3.5 in a scale of 7
- A Special Tertiary Admission Test (STAT) rank of 155.
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