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.
Selected major: Accounting
In this Accounting major you’ll learn how to deliver insights that drive business outcomes while appreciating how the pursuit of profit and purpose are the foundations of future, sustainable businesses.
Gain an appreciation of what theories and methods develop your practical skills and use accounting technologies to evaluate, analyse and communicate financial information.
The major will prepare you for career opportunities in business advisory, company accounting, management accounting, financial management, financial information systems, tax and auditing.
Graduates with an Accounting major may be eligible to apply for membership of CPA Australia (CPAA), Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) or the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).
To be eligible for the CPA program you must also complete unit LAW20019 Law of Commerce.
Students seeking membership with overseas professional accounting bodies may need to complete additional units.
If you are interested in accounting, you may also wish to consider Swinburne’s Bachelor of Accounting, or Bachelor of Accounting and Business Information Technology (Professional).
Majors for Bachelor of Health Science:Biomedical ScienceClinical TechnologiesNeuroscienceNutritionPsychology and Forensic SciencePsychology and PsychophysiologyPublic Health and Health Promotion
Majors for Bachelor of Business:AccountingBusiness AdministrationBusiness Analytics and AnalysisEntrepreneurship and InnovationFinanceFinancial Planning Human Resource ManagementLogistics and Supply Chain ManagementManagementMarketingSports Management
The Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Business double degree aims to develop a set of complementary and cross-disciplinary skills and knowledge in health and business.
You'll explore Australian and international health challenges and examine the physical, psychological and social aspects of health in a variety of settings.
You'll also gain core skills and knowledge in business, management and operations to prepare for work in modern organisations.
Work Integrated Learning is a guaranteed part of all our bachelor degrees and can include placements, internships or industry-linked projects. In this double degree, in the Health Sciences Project (HEA30001), and Industry Consulting Project (BUS30009), you’ll have the opportunity to apply your learning and work collaboratively in multi-disciplinary teams on an industry-linked project.
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