Bachelor of Applied Public Health
Application deadlines: 21 July
Intakes: July, February
International tuition: A$22,936
Domestic tuition: A$8,305
You will learn how to: apply a rigorous evidence-based approach to understand disease determinants plan effective solutions through policy, legislation and advocacy develop and manage public health programs for populations, communities and individuals The Bachelor of Applied Public Health will give you up to 300 hours of valuable professional placements, concentrated in the third year of the course. Some placements will be available during summer recess, and there are opportunities for interstate or international experience.
This program can be done
Equivalent to Australian High School completion plus academic IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all tests)
Graduates can work in roles including public health officer, community development worker, epidemiologist, policy analyst, program evaluator, health educator, project officer and consumer advocate. Such roles exist in both the public and private sectors including state and federal health departments, population health units, community health centres, and divisions of general practice, local government, non-governmental health organisations (NGOs), advocacy groups and international health agencies.
Fitzroy , Australia