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  • Diploma of Creative Arts and Health

    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.  

  • Diploma of Pharmacy Studies

    TAS-PHA-DIP | Undergraduate

    Launch your career as a pharmacy assistant or technician

    Gain entry into pharmacy as an assistant or technician, or enhance your employability within the primary care sector with this set of mathematics and science skills.

  • Bachelor of Dementia Care

    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.

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    • Ageing Studies and Services Major
  • Expand your career opportunities

    Boost your skills with flexible online short courses and microcredentials delivered by leading Australian universities.

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  • Get ready to work in health, disability, and aged care

    Learn to support individuals and engage communities to live well. Study online and graduate with a formal qualification and portfolio of work. Launch or boost your career in health and community services, delivering positive health and wellbeing.

  • Diploma of Ageing Studies and Services

    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.