New Undergraduate Students

This page contains useful information about your new course, how to manage your enrolment and who is here to help you out.

Student advisers - who we are, what we do.

Student Advisers are

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Dianne Oon and Aimee Carson - Burwood campus undergraduate courses
Stacie Bobele - Waurn Ponds campus undergraduate courses
Mark Kennedy - Dandenong Bachelor of Health Sciences

Fiona Seymour - Social Work Waterfront campus

Maria Smith - Occupational Therapy Waterfront campus

2015 Course Information Booklets

First year case studies - Bachelor of Health Sciences

Three examples of Health Science students, their goals and the units they have chosen in their first year of enrolment.


Bachelor of Health Sciences,
Majoring in Exercise Science and Nutrition

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Bachelor of Health Sciences,
Majoring in Health Promotion and Nutrition

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Bachelor of Health Sciences,
Majoring in Psychology and Nutrition

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Your first year

The recommended enrolment for your first year is shown as 'Level 1' on the relevant course grid.

School of HSD Course Grids for 2015 (PDF, 77.5 KB)

What is a major? A major is 6 units from a single area of study. A list of major sequences and associated units from the Bachelor of Health Sciences can be seen by clicking in the following document.

H300 Major sequences for 2015.pdf (PDF, 181.5 KB)

What is an elective?

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CloudDeakin - your portal to everything about your course and the tools to help you study.

StudentConnect - manage your enrolment and personal details.

Off Campus Student Orientation - Getting started as an off-campus student.

Handbook - find information about your course and individual units

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