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Find out more about studying health at Deakin or select a health degree from the table below.
Postgraduate health degrees
|Course name||Level of study||Apply|
|Master of Health and Human Services Management||Postgraduate||How to apply|
|Master of Health Economics||Postgraduate||How to apply|
|Master of Health Promotion||Postgraduate||How to apply|
|Master of Nutrition and Population Health||Postgraduate||How to apply|
|Master of Public Health||Postgraduate||How to apply|
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Learn the techniques and application of evidence-based economic evaluation and priority setting to improve health outcomes and achieve an efficient allocation of resources across the health care system. Engage in high-level training in health technology assessment and economic modelling.
Health and human services management
Develop health leadership and managerial skills – this course is particularly suitable for people already in senior positions in health-related fields such as nursing, medicine, dentistry and allied health professions, or managers looking to move into the health sector.
Develop an understanding of global public health challenges. Learn strategies and practical techniques to take action on these challenges, prevent diseases and promote the conditions that optimise population health.
Create preventative health initiatives for the 21st century and develop skills in promoting community health and wellbeing. Learn to apply needs assessment, program planning and evaluation approaches to address the determinants of health.
Nutrition and population health
Benefit from advanced study in human nutrition, drawing upon content from disciplines such as public health, food science, biochemistry, physiology, psychology and politics and policy. Gain an understanding of the biological, social and policy-related aspects of human nutrition, as well as skills enabling you to practice effectively as a nutritionist.
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