Studying health sciences
Undergraduate courses are for those who have not completed a university degree. In most cases the degree you study toward is called a bachelor degree.
Whatever your career aspirations, further study in health sciences at Curtin could greatly improve your chances of getting the job you’ve always wanted.
If you are enrolled in a course that includes supervised practice (including research) in a clinical setting, you are required to undergo screening for and vaccination against a range of infectious diseases before beginning the placement. Criminal record screening is also necessary and, where relevant, Working with Children Checks.