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Indigenous Community Health Honours

Bachelor of Applied Science (Indigenous Community Health) (Honours) - BA(Hons)Curtin - MJRH-INDCH Centre for Aboriginal Studies
Location Bentley
Study method Full-time or part-time
Study mode On-campus
Intake February

On-campus: scheduled study blocks and reverse block visits.

Duration 1 year full time

Course overview

This honours course provides specialised training for graduates in research in Indigenous Australian contexts. A combination of coursework and a research project provides honours students with training and experience in research positioning, research methodologies and methods and in using research literature critically.

This honours course can be taken full-time over one year or part-time over two years. The course is delivered by Block release, with students attending four Study Blocks over the course of each year. This is supplemented by Reverse Block visits each semester by Centre for Aboriginal Studies lecturers.

High achieving students may complete an additional honours year enabling them to undertake their own significant research project.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements for Australian and New Zealand students

Applicant enrolled in Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Australian Cultural Studies) or equivalent may be invited to undertake the honours course if their semester weighted average is more than 70% in at least the previous two study periods of full time study.


On-campus: scheduled study blocks and reverse block visits.


Fees for Australian and New Zealand students

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The requirements of this course may attract additional costs. For more information visit other fees and charges.

Why Indigenous Community Health Honours?

  • Honours at Centre for Aboriginal Studies will provide graduates with the skills to work with diverse systems of knowledge and to design research using appropriate methodologies in order to foreground Indigenous perspectives and experiences.
  • As the course is delivered on a block release basis, graduates enrolled on a part-time basis can also continue their current employment with minimal disruption.