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There is more than one way to become a qualified health professional


9 December 2008

With our Graduate Entry Master's (GEM) Guarantee the Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) can lead you to that qualification.

There are two ways to become a qualified health professional with the Faculty of Health Sciences
There are two ways to become a qualified health professional with the Faculty of Health Sciences

This year the Faculty is offering our new intake of 2009 BHS students a guaranteed place in our Graduate Entry Master's (GEM) programs on gaining a minimum credit average in their undergraduate degree. All GEMs offer a right to practice on graduation.

Students should be aware that study in prescribed majors is a prerequisite for entry into some programs as detailed in the table below.

Graduate Entry Master's Course

BHS Second Major Required

Master of Physiotherapy

Movement Science major

Master of Exercise Physiology

Movement Science major

Master of Speech Language Pathology

Hearing and Speech major

Master of Health Informatics

Any BHS second major

Master of Diagnostic Radiography

Any BHS second major

Master of Nuclear Medicine

Any BHS second major

Master of Radiation Therapy

Any BHS second major

Master of Occupational Therapy

Any BHS second major

Master of Orthoptics

Any BHS second major

Master of Rehabilitation Counselling

Any BHS second major

This is a fantastic opportunity for students to plot their study pathway right through to professional preparation leading to accreditation in their chosen field!

Contact: For more information call the Helpline

Phone: 1300 362 006