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Studying a health sciences course means you’ll have access to a range of outstanding and interdisciplinary facilities. You’ll also undertake practical and fieldwork placements in real-world settings, which means you’ll graduate ready to innovate, problem-solve, invent, create and make a real difference.
Pharmacy and Biomedical Science
We are dedicated to leading the way in the local and global innovations in healthcare and biotechnology. Studying a postgraduate degree in pharmacy or biomedical sciences at Curtin will give you the skills to make tomorrow better. Theoretical learning is reinforced through simulation-based laboratory training. Using modern equipment and information technology hardware, you will practice contemporary methods. Graduates are able to think creatively, critically and reflectively to generate innovative solutions for decision making in the provision of pharmaceutical services.
Nursing and Midwifery
Curtin delivers a range of nursing and midwifery programs that blend theory with clinical practice, and are delivered by leaders in the health field. You will graduate as a highly skilled, capable and caring leader who is able to make a real impact on the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities, and help advance the delivery of healthcare in Australia and around the world.
Physiotherapy and Exercise Science
Do you want a deeper understanding of how the body moves and how to enhance peak performance? Physiotherapy and Exercise science look into the physical, structural and physiological aspects of the human form and movement. The Motion Analysis Laboratory is designed to capture, measure and assess motion and music activation during high speed movement. This is just one of the modern laboratories available for students to use during their studies.
Are you interested in learning about how to examine, explain and predict what people do as individuals and in groups? Broaden your knowledge in key areas of psychology such as cognition, emotion, personality, behaviour and interpersonal relationships. Graduates are able to generate effective solutions through critical analysis, reflective practice and professional reasoning.