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The Faculty of Health offers a wide range of courses in the fields of psychology, sport, nursing, nutrition, social work, occupational therapy, public health and health promotion, health sciences and medicine.
All our courses are relevant, responsive and innovative to meet today's industry demands.
If you would like to work with people and the health issues that affect them, then the range of courses we offer can provide you with the necessary skills and knowledge base you require.
The Faculty of Health provides the following:
Undergraduate courses: for people who do not have a degree: this includes Year 12 school leavers, international students and mature age students.
Honours programs: honours is a fourth year of specialised study taken after a three-year degree. Honours programs provide an introduction research and research training and/or advanced study for professional training through research and additional coursework.
Postgraduate courses (coursework): for people with a degree or diploma and who meet special entry requirements of significant work history in relevant discipline areas.
Research and PhD opportunities: a range of research programs at masters and doctorate level across a broad range of health-related disciplines.
Course search: Deakin University offers a range of professional and general degrees in a supportive and friendly environment, to help you reach your goals sooner.
New courses offered in 2012 - 2013