Master of Health Promotion
|Study method||Full-time or part-time|
|Study mode||On-campus or off-campus|
|Duration||1.5 years full-time|
Please note: the Master of Health Promotion is not available in 2017.
This course is designed to enhance your skills in health promotion and can help you to apply your skills in your workplace.
It covers contemporary issues in promoting health and preventing disease, covers underpinning theories and models, develops your research skills, and allows you to implement and evaluate health promotion programs in different settings.
The research component of the course is taken under appropriate academic supervision and tailored to meet your needs.
Entry requirements for Australian and New Zealand students
A relevant bachelor degree plus two years of subsequent work experience, which is assessed on the basis of job description, level of seniority and responsibility, work-based referee report, publications or other written reports, and short courses or conference attendance.
Please refer to the following statements before applying for this course
Fees for Australian and New Zealand students
|2016||Domestic fee paying Domestic fee-paying - A domestic fee-paying place is a place at university which is not Commonwealth supported, that is, not subsidised by the Australian Government. Domestic fee paying students will be charged tuition fees and may be eligible for FEE-HELP assistance for all or part of those tuition fees.||$22,500*|
|2017||Domestic fee paying Domestic fee-paying - A domestic fee-paying place is a place at university which is not Commonwealth supported, that is, not subsidised by the Australian Government. Domestic fee paying students will be charged tuition fees and may be eligible for FEE-HELP assistance for all or part of those tuition fees.||$22,500*|
Fees are indicative first year only.
* Based on a first-year full-time study load of 200 credits. 300 credits are needed to graduate from this course. The total cost will depend on your course options (i.e. units selected and time taken to complete).
Applications for credit for recognised learning (CRL) are assessed on an individual basis.
Learn about Credit for Recognised Learning (CRL)
This course opens many doors to a career in health promotion. Upon graduation, you may choose to seek work at a ‘grass roots’ level developing community based health promotion programs; become involved in broadbased social marketing campaigns; or conduct health promotion intervention research.
Alternatively, you may wish to further your research career by applying for a doctoral course.
This course has been designed in response to industry needs, and graduates will be well-placed to seek employment at a range of local, state, national and international government and non-government health agencies and organisations.
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