Do you want to help shape the future of health?
In USC’s Bachelor of Health Science degree, you’ll learn about the current and future health issues facing communities, both locally and globally. You’ll also develop the practical skills you need to improve population health and wellbeing through your choice of one of five extended majors, including;
- Applied Health Promotion
- Health Communication
- Applied Environmental Health
- Prosthetics and Orthotics; and
- Indigenous Health and Wellbeing
In this program you will gain a strong foundation in health science, in addition to understanding the current and future health needs of the community which you live in. You will develop the problem-solving skills you need to help tackle health issues, and not to mention gain workplace experience in your area of specialisation.
What are some of the career opportunities after finishing your studies at USC?
After completing your studies at USC, the Bachelor of Health Science can open up many doors in terms of possible career pathways, including but not limited to working as a/in:
- Health promotion officer
- Environmental health officer
- Clinical prosthetist and/or orthotist
- Health policy development
- Project development and management
- Health communication specialist