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  • Exercise a career in health science.

    Exercise a holistic approach to nutrition and exercise. Work out ways to build performance and flexible skills across complementary fields. Support community health and wellbeing. Get physical and exercise preventative health. Fuel a healthier society.

  • Bachelor of Community Health

    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.

  • Bachelor of Health Science

    USA-BHC-DEG | Undergraduate

    Take the lead in health administration or policy

    This generalist health science degree will give you the knowledge you need to work in non-clinical healthcare roles. You'll learn crucial project management and research skills, while also exploring anatomy, psychology, health promotion and more.

  • Expand your career opportunities

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

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  • Bachelor of Public Health

    USA-BPH-DEG | Undergraduate

    Become a public health practitioner through real-world learning

    Broaden your focus beyond the individual to improve the health and wellbeing of populations. Explore current services and policies and think about how to improve them. Use data. Consider social and environmental factors. Graduate work-ready.

  • 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.