Bachelor of Public Health

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CRICOS course code: 101044
Level of study: Undergraduate

If you are interested in connecting with communities and working to develop innovative and evidence-based health strategies, CDU’s Bachelor of Public Health is perfect for you.
The Bachelor of Public Health focuses on addressing health disparities faced locally, nationally and globally and will prepare you to work in areas of health promotion, policy making, research and disease prevention. With flexible online delivery and option to attend on campus classes, you will graduate with a broad skill set enabling you the opportunity to work in public health across local, rural, remote and global health settings. The Bachelor of Public Health has diverse and relevant unit offerings encompassing topics such as epidemiology, cultural safety, social media, global and environmental health.
In the final year of study you will be supported by CDU academics to work with health agencies and complete your own community health project. CDU offers a range of scholarships as well as opportunities to study abroad with international study tours.
Career opportunities:
Graduating from this course may lead to career opportunities in areas such as Primary and Community health centres, Health project officer, Health promotion practitioner, Health policy development, Education facilities, Mental health settings, Alcohol and drug services, Non-government organisations, Universities and research facilities, Research officer, Rural and remote health settings, Corporate and industrial settings, Supported employment and government departments.
Course structure:
The Bachelor of Public Health has an integrated focus on Indigenous health founded on social justice and social determinants of health and cultural safety framework preparing you to apply your knowledge and skills in multiple health roles. You will gain practical experience and industry connections with the incorporation of a community project.

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