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Health Sciences

Make their health your career and join the next generation of helpers, healers and discoverers.

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Bachelor of Science (Health Promotion), Bachelor of Science (Health and Safety)


This double degree course is designed to develop your expertise in both health promotion and occupational health and safety. You’ll learn to assess, manage and prevent injury and disease within the workplace, as well as the broader community.

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High achievers in world rankings

The 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THEWUR) by Subject have been released. These rankings rate universities’ global and national performance in eleven broad subjects. Curtin has improved in eight broad subjects, including Health Sciences ‘Clinical, pre-clinical and health’, which is now ranked in the top ten nationally.

We're also ranked at world standard level or above in medical microbiology, nursing, nutrition and dietetics in the 2015 Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) results.

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Study medicine at Curtin

We offer school leavers a five-year, direct-entry medicine degree. It is the only undergraduate entry program in Western Australia.

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Our course offerings

The Faculty of Health Sciences educates more health professionals than any other WA tertiary institution.

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International fieldwork placements

Go Global provides international fieldwork learning opportunities that contribute to sustainable health services for communities.

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Physiotherapy and massage

Affordable physiotherapy and massage services for students, staff and the community.

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Health at Curtin

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Indigenous students

Promote positive social change in your community by studying health at Curtin.

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