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Master of Health Practice

  • Masters (Coursework)

This programme is an ideal option for Bachelor of Health Science graduates to achieve a masters qualification in a short period of time. The entry to the programme does not need a medical science background.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Jul, Mar
Domestic Fees
$9,461 per year

About this course

This programme is an ideal option for Bachelor of Health Science graduates to achieve a masters qualification in a short period of time. The entry to the programme does not need a medical science background. Dependant on the specialisation you choose, there are a variety of work opportunities in health services, government agencies, non-governmental organisations and community groups. The programme currently offers four specialisations: Our teaching staff in this programme are leaders in their field. You will hear first-hand about some of the innovative and cutting edge research they deliver. Students who choose not to complete the requirements for the masters can exit the degree with either a postgraduate diploma or postgraduate certificate.

Study locations

City

Grafton

Course structure

The MHealthPrac is a 180-point masters, with a 120-point option for eligible applicants. It can be completed in 1 year (120-points) or 1.5 years (180-points) of full-time study. You can choose from four specialisations.

Specialisation 1: Addiction Studies

  • The taught 180-point masters requires you to complete prescribed courses (120-135 points) and a dissertation (60 points) or research project (45 points)
  • The taught 120-point masters requires you to complete prescribed courses (60-75 points) and a dissertation (60 points) or research project (45 points)

Specialisation 2: Health Promotion

  • The taught 180-point masters requires you to complete prescribed courses (120-135 points) and a dissertation (60 points) or research project (45 points)
  • The taught 120-point masters requires you to complete prescribed courses (60-75 points) and a dissertation (60 points) or research project (45 points)

Specialisation 3: Pacific Health

  • The taught 180-point masters requires you to complete prescribed courses (120-135 points) and a dissertation (60 points) or research project (45 points)
  • The taught 120-point masters requires you to complete prescribed courses (60-75 points) and a dissertation (60 points) or research project (45 points)

Specialisation 4: Population Mental Health

  • The taught 180-point masters requires you to complete prescribed courses (120-135 points) and a dissertation (60 points) or research project (45 points)
  • The taught 120-point masters requires you to complete prescribed courses (60-75 points) and a dissertation (60 points) or research project (45 points)