Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This course aims to draw students from a range of disciplines. It takes a broad ecological approach highlighting the interdependence between human health and ecosystems. As such, the course acknowledges the complexity and interrelatedness of contemporary and emerging public health concerns. The course reflects the need for an interdisciplinary public health workforce with a broad range of primary skills, plus specialised skills, which extend beyond the traditional biomedical boundary. As such, this is a unique approach to public health training in Australia, building on the current strengths of the University. Students are prepared to work in a wide variety of fields by drawing on a broad range of courses across public health, environmental health, land use and urban planning, sociology, community development, health management, health promotion and international development.
Standard entry requirements
A completed Bachelor degree. Admission to this course is competitive. Applications will be assessed on the basis of academic merit and the number of available places.
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