Selected major: Clinical Technologies
Learn about anatomy and physiology using cutting-edge MedTech. Become a clinical physiologist, or biomedical scientist, with postgraduate study.
What is Clinical Technology? Endorsed by ANSA (Australian Neurophysiological Scientists of Australia), this highly-respected major prepares you for the future of health tech. Learn to use point-of-care, industry-standard devices to medically monitor cardiopulmonary, renal and neurophysiology systems.
Clinical Technologies shares five units with biomedical engineering, giving you lab time with students whose specific skillset complements your own knowledge of health and biology.
We’ve developed this tech-savvy curriculum with professional bodies, and we encourage you to register with our industry networks at the start of your degree, so you can build your CV while you study.
Many graduates of this major now enjoy careers as clinical physiologists, testing patients in hospital cardiac, respiratory, renal, neurophysiology, and sleep labs.
If a career that champions good health for all people is something you aspire to, expand your options and focus on the future with the Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Innovation double degree.
The only double degree of its kind, this integrated program combines knowledge and skills development in health science while you learn how to leverage innovation for positive change in people’s health as well as your industry.
You’ll gain the qualifications to become an effective health scientist, with core study across a variety of disciplines and majors aligned with your aspirations. In addition, you’ll gain practical and technological innovation skills that will help you develop transformative solutions to the complex challenges of today and emerging opportunities of tomorrow.
Develop complementary and cross-disciplinary skills as you learn in health science labs equipped with cutting-edge, industry-standard technology. You‘ll learn about innovation in a collaborative and interdisciplinary environment supported by specialist academic teams. Grow creative confidence, foster collaboration, and hone your leadership potential as you tackle activities inspired by your passions and interests.
Swinburne is devoted to experiential study, so you’ll have ample opportunity for Work Integrated Learning opportunities in the form of placements, internships and industry-based project work.
Upon graduation, you’ll be equipped to work in health science or innovation fields – or a combination of the two. You could pursue work as a medical researcher, health policy developer, clinical technologist, or nutritionist or take a more innovation-led pathway as an innovation consultant, strategic designer or even start your own business.
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