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  • University of New England

    Nurture individuals and communities

    Follow, or build upon, your natural urge to protect and nurture those around you. Develop skills that form the core of care professions. Gain a pathway into a degree in nursing, social work or community services.


    100% online

    1 year full time or part time equivalent

    No ATAR required. Start with a subject.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-DEC-DIP | Undergraduate

    Make a positive difference to the lives of people living with dementia

    Develop a specialised understanding of dementia and explore the special type of care that’s required. This course is open to anyone interested in learning about dementia and presents pathways to rewarding careers within the growing aged care industry.


    100% online

    1 year full time or part time equivalent

    No ATAR required. Start with a subject.

  • University of South Australia

    USA-BCH-DEG | Undergraduate

    Prescribe a caring career.

    Consider career choices in mental health, nutrition, disability or aging. Help to take care of vulnerable people. Prescribe wellbeing programs to nourish diverse communities. Shape and support health projects. Gain professional non-clinical skills online.


    100% online

    3 years full time or part time equivalent

  • Southern Cross University

    SCU-CMW-DEG | Undergraduate

    Help and support people and families in need

    This community welfare course prepares you to work with clients and colleagues in human services. Placements add context to your studies with real world experience. Explore youth work and case management. Adopt the values and ethics of the profession.


    Online & on-campus

    3 years full time or part time equivalent

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-CAH-DIP | Undergraduate

    Combine arts with health

    Discover how creative arts interventions in health care settings can have a positive impact on people’s lives. Learn through case studies, data and neuroscience. Explore your own creativity and ties to community. Advocate creativity.  


    100% online

    1 year full time or part time equivalent

    No ATAR required. Start with a subject.

  • University of Tasmania

    Use your passion for the arts to help patients thrive

    Discover how creative outlets such as music, theatre and dance can improve individual and community wellbeing. Learn how to deliver patient-centred arts programs. Graduate with job-ready skills that apply to numerous health and community settings.


    100% online

    6 months full time or part time equivalent

    No ATAR required. Start with a subject.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-AGS-DIP | Undergraduate

    Support and care for the ageing population

    Learn to work with older adults and their families in the aged care, health and social systems. Explore the biological aspects of ageing. Learn about dementia from health and social perspectives. Get set to join a critically important workforce.


    100% online

    1 year full time or part time equivalent

    No ATAR required. Start with a subject.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-DMT-DEG | Undergraduate

    Study Australia’s first degree in dementia care

    Make a difference to the lives of people living with Australia’s second-leading cause of death. Understand changes in the brain that occur with dementia. Learn practical strategies to help care for people experiencing these symptoms.


    100% online

    3 years full time or part time equivalent

    No ATAR required. Start with a subject.

    Available majors

    • Ageing Studies and Services Major
  • University of South Australia

    Support our ageing population from within the health sector

    Become a healthy ageing specialist so you can build a career in healthcare or social assistance. Discover how the health system, policies and social factors impact those who are over 65. Learn what to prioritise when working with older patients.


    100% online

    3 years full time or part time equivalent