This course provides students with the skills and knowledge to conduct applied research in health or community services settings (thesis stream) and to develop, implement and evaluate health-related programs and services.
It offers opportunities to learn more about a variety of specialities in the health field, to strengthen analytical skills and to consider furthering knowledge through research. The course aims to meet the needs of health professionals who have assumed or are likely to assume high-level responsibility for coordination and management of these programs and services.
At the time of applying, students are able to choose from the following majors: health administration, health evaluation and research, health information management, health policy, health promotion and gerontology, gerontology, plus rehabilitation counselling, spiritual care and palliative care.
Applicants are normally required to hold a three-year undergraduate degree in health sciences or a related field, and have at least two years of work experience in health or a related sector. Applicants without formal qualifications but who have relevant experience and skills should discuss their eligibility with the Course Coordinator. Applicants for the Health Information Management major must have a degree or approved international equivalent in health information management.Minimum grade average equivalent to 70% in previous qualifications if in a related field of study or 75% if previous study is in non-related field.
Recipient: La Trobe University
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