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The following information is for students interested in H412 Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion (Honours) and H400 Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours).
The Honours year builds on the foundation of study in content and research methods provided by the three year undergraduate degree in Public Health and Health Promotion or Health Sciences.
The aim of the fourth, or Honours, year is to provide appropriate units of study to enhance graduate skills and employability, enable students to qualify for research candidature in a higher degree (MSc, MA and PhD), and to expand students' knowledge in their chosen field of study.
In the Honours programs a candidate must complete the equivalent of eight credit points over one year of full-time study or two years of part-time study. The requirements include an independent research project/thesis worth four credit points conducted under the supervision of two supervisors, at least one of whom will be a School of Health and Social Development staff member; a two-credit points unit in research methods; and a two credit points unit in developing research skills in health sciences.
During your Honours studies you will:
Dr Lisa Barnett
Ph: +61 3 9244 6177
Prof Steven Allender
Ph: +61 3 5227 8305
Please note that the application deadline for 2013 entry into H400/H412 Honours will be Sunday 2nd December 2012. Updated information on Honours and projects on offer for 2013 is now available in the list below. If you're interested in finding out more about these Honours courses, please have a look through the information below from 2011, or contact the School of Health and Social Development.
Note: You will need a Deakin University account to access the iLecure recording.