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Undergraduate Certificate of Health Science

This Undergraduate certificate course is ideal for prospective students who have limited formal education experience, that are seeking a pathway to a range of Professionally accredited courses offered at Curtin University. The course is also designed for those that are looking at obtaining introductory experience in their chosen discipline or to help those currently employed in industry, obtain a qualification to help advance their careers.

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Subjects

4 subjects are required for completion of the Certificate:

  • Foundations for Professional Health Practice
  • Human Structure and Function
  • Biostatistics and Epidemiology
  • Introduction to Chemistry

2021 Fees

Australian Students

Australian Students International Students Scholarship
$1,500 Not available $1,500

Entry Requirements

Australian Students

Australian Students Minimum ATAR 60 OR AQF Certificate IV OR equivalent Foundation Year grades
English Language

Requirements

Year 12 English with C grade or 50%

English ATAR with a scaled mark of 50

English Literature ATAR with a scaled mark of 50

English as an additional Langhuage or Dialect ATAR with a scaled mark of 50

STAT Written English (WE) 140

Intakes

Undergraduate Certificate of Health Science
July

Duration

Undergraduate Certificate of Health Science
1 Trimester (4-months)

Note: This is a full-time course at Curtin’s Bentley campus.

Next Intake July 2021

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