This degree enables you to study health from a social perspective, combining health and disability with humanities and social sciences. It covers topics like environmental health issues, chronic health problems, global health initiatives and healthcare systems.
The rehabilitation counselling major explores the psychosocial aspect of health and illness, behavioural change for rehabilitation clients, health in the workplace, and sports and exercise psychology.
You can choose from arts electives such as anthropology, languages, sociology, drama, philosophy and politics. Some arts and health combinations include health promotion and gender studies, anthropology and public health, human biosciences and archaeology, philosophy and the experience of health and illness, and human biosciences and the philosophy of science.
- Community development
- Health administration
- Health promotion
- Human services
- Non-clinical aspects of client management, such as community-based rehabilitation, case management and OHS
- Government departments and agencies dealing with healthcare
- Community health centres and hospitals
- Rehabilitation centres
- Geriatric care
- Private healthcare organisations
Further study options:
- Year 12 or equivalent
- IELTS 6.0 or equivalent
Start Date: Semester 1 (March ), Semester 2 (July )
Locations: Adelaide,Gold Coast,Melbourne,Perth,Sydney
Length of course: 4 years full time years full time
Course Fee (AUD): $35,800–37,500 per year
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