From counselling and occupational therapy to exercise science, nutrition and psychology, you’ll learn how to improve the wellbeing of communities and groups across Australia.
Find a course in:
- Applied Statistics
- Clinical Technologies
- Community Services
- Counselling and Therapy
- Digital Health and Informatics
- Exercise and Sport Science
- Forensic Behavioural Science
- Health Promotion
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Occupational Therapy
- Psychology and Forensic Science
- Psychology and Psychophysiology
We believe the extensive services provided by healthcare professionals are integral to bettering the lives of our communities. That’s why we offer health degrees and diplomas at Swinburne.
Our health courses examine the physical, psychological and social aspects of health across the lifespan. You’ll develop specialised skills and be able to put them into practice through clinical placements.
You’ll also have access to a range of laboratories and testing facilities equipped with the latest technology. Swinburne is the only university in Australia with MRI and MEG labs on campus.
A health course could lead to a future in counselling, community development, disability, medical research, nursing, sport science and more.
Work placement experience
Hear from biomedical science students Tara and Don, who have taken a year out from study to complete paid work placements as cardiac technologists at MonashHeart.
Learn more about the Bachelor of Health Science with a major in Biomedical Science
KICKING GOALS IN CARDIOLOGY
Meet biomedical science graduate, Julie.
During her time at Swinburne, Julie completed a professional work placement at Royal Melbourne Hospital and was an In2Science mentor. Now, she's landed her dream role as a cardiac physiologist!