The Bachelor of Health Science prepares students for a variety of roles within the health care context, particularly in areas of advanced life support, ambulance, disability, health administration/management, health education/promotion, and nutrition and health informatics. The Bachelor of Health Science is a generic award that offers a flexible program of study where students major in a variety of areas within the health profession.
The Bachelor of Health Science was introduced by the Faculty in 1996. The degree links professional streams to the needs within the healthcare industry to ensure that students have an understanding of the industry as well as an introduction to health research. The Bachelor of Health Science offers several majors, double and combined programs, as well as support for students transferring to other Health Professional degrees.
Staff Photo 2012 (not all staff were available)
Back row (left to right) David Worswick, John McMillan and Christopher Barton.
Middle row Deb Agnew, Liz Abery and Louise Reynolds.
Front row Penny Roe, Jane Orange, Julia McKessar, Claire Drummond, Eileen Willis and Sonia Mowbray.