As a UOW health student, you will enjoy access to modern, purpose built teaching and research facilities, including well-equipped physiology, histology, biochemistry, exercise physiology, exercise rehabilitation, nutrition and biomechanics teaching laboratories. UOW maintains strong links with industry bodies, such as the Local Health Districts and WorkCover, to ensure programs are relevant to the latest industry developments. Many of our Health and Medicine courses offer Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP). Leadership and Management qualifications are important in developing skills if you wish to obtain senior leadership or management positions in health. The Master’s degree is a pathway for roles in the sector and has been designed by industry and academic experts using real life, authentic learning experiences and activities. You will learn about clinical governance, healthcare systems, leading change in healthcare, emotional intelligence, financial management, ethics and law and research. You will also complete a research project.
About the Program:
- Language Test: TOEFL 86 (minimum), IELTS 6.5 (minimum)