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Bachelor of Science (Health Promotion), Bachelor of Science (Health and Safety)
This double degree course is designed to develop your expertise in both health promotion and occupational health and safety. You’ll learn to assess, manage and prevent injury and disease within the workplace, and broader community.
Are you eligible for credit?
Find out if your prior learning or work experience could earn you credit for recognised learning (CRL) towards a Curtin course. You may be eligible for CRL if you gained your qualifications or experience within the last 10 years.
A unit is a distinct area of study that is a component of a course.
We offer an increasing number of “stackable” units, meaning you can study one or two Curtin units online without needing to meet entry requirements.
A course is a program of study that leads to the attainment of a degree. An undergraduate course is what you study as your first degree.
Upon completion, you’ll graduate with a bachelor degree. You may study a major, minor or stream.
MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Course. MOOCs don’t have entry requirements, meaning anyone can complete them.
They’re short courses on a variety of topics online that are free to study.