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Curtin University
Health Sciences
Health Science students


The Faculty of Health Sciences offers internationally valued degrees and a supportive, student-focused learning environment that add up to a great foundation for a career in the areas of clinical sciences, population health sciences and life sciences. Career opportunities are many and varied, with graduates finding employment in health agencies, research centres, public health institutions, administration or private practice.

Where relevant, courses are accredited by professional bodies so that Curtin health graduates are eligible to apply for registration as health practitioners or to join professional associations.

Undergraduate Courses Undergraduate Courses

These are for those who have not completed a university degree. In most cases the degree you study toward is called a bachelor degree.

Study Options Study Options

Study the way you want with our flexible course delivery.

Accredited Courses Accredited Courses

Accredited courses as well as other types of professionally recognised courses are listed here.

Postgraduate Courses postgraduate Courses

These are designed for those who already hold a university degree. Postgraduate study can help you change career direction.

How to get into Curtin How to get into Curtin

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Interprofessional Education – FAQs for Students IPE - FAQs for Students

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