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  • Inside Monash: Science & Careers

 

The Inside Monash session will cover science and careers. Students hoping to find out where their science degree could lead, are encouraged to register for this event.

 

Date:                     Thursday 31 August 2017

Time:                    6.30 – 9.00pm

Venue:                 Location: 16 Rainforest Walk, level 1, S3 Lecture Theatre, Clayton                           Campus

For further information and to register visit Inside Monash

 

  • Important Changes to the Bachelor of Health Science for 2018

 

Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences has introduced some changes to the Bachelor of Health Science, taking effect in 2018.  Instead of choosing a specialisation, students now enrol straight into the degree of their choice.

 

Bachelor of Health Sciences

Students build a sound foundation in health care and learn to identify, investigate, analyse and assess health issues. They will have the flexibility to explore different areas of health and customise their degree to suit their interests.

 

Bachelor of Public Health

This course gives students the opportunity to pursue their passion for promoting good health, preventing disease, and managing illnesses. They will be taught by passionate teachers with a global orientation, getting them ready to make a difference and address real health challenges for communities and populations.

 

Bachelor of Radiation Sciences

This course is ideal for students interested in becoming a radiation therapist. Throughout the program students will be immersed in the latest technology, participate in 3D treatment simulations and complete clinical placements from second year.  Taught by experienced radiation therapists, students are kept up-to-date with the latest industry developments.

The Bachelor of Radiation Sciences is a great pathway into the Master of Radiation Therapy at Monash.

 

Bachelor of Paramedicine

This course prepares students to be ready to save lives and qualify as a paramedic. Students gain hands-on paramedic experience with placements from Semester 1, while working in clinical and community settings and learning from experienced paramedic educators.  Graduates work with emergency health services across Australia and overseas.