Bachelor of Health Science / Bachelor of Media and Communication

BB-HSCMCMN Double degree Hawthorn Send me a link to this course

This course is replacing an older version of the course that is being discontinued, and may include updates to units, majors or similar. Enrolments for this new course are open now.

The Bachelor of Health Science / Bachelor of Media and Communication prepares students for a career in the media, communications and multimedia industries with a focus on promoting health and wellbeing.

Access laboratories and testing facilities equipped with the latest technology – Swinburne is the only university in Australia with MRI and MEG labs on campus.

Explore Australian and international health challenges. Examine the physical, psychological and social aspects of health in a variety of settings.

Gain knowledge about how the media is evolving through an examination of issues such as ownership, control of the media and the impact of new media technologies on society. Develop professional communication skills.

Learn about contemporary issues in health science, such as biomedical testing or health communication, and how to address them. Apply your learning in a professionally focused, multidisciplinary project during your final year of study.

Start dates

Hawthorn campus

  • Semester 1 - 4 March 2019
  • Semester 2 - 5 August 2019

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Duration

4 Year/s

Full-time

VTAC codes

  • 3400211051 (CSP)
  • 3400211053 (IFP)

Faculty

Faculty of Health, Arts and Design

CRICOS code

093359K


Fees

A$31800 (annual for 2019)*

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International students in Australia who hold student visas are required to study full-time and on campus. Courses that are taught entirely online are only available to international students studying outside Australia or those in Australia who are not on a student visa. Online courses are not available to international students in Australia who hold a student visa.