Feature Bachelor Courses
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Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)
Benefit from a program that integrates six streams of study: quality use of medicines; dosage form design; social and professional aspects of pharmacy; drug discovery; biological fate of drugs; and data analysis.
Choose to major in Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics in your final year and work under the guidance of one of our experienced researchers.
- UQ’s field of Pharmacy and Pharmacology is ranked 25th in the world (2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject).
- Learn at the Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence (PACE) – a purpose-built $100 million teaching and research facility.
- Take part in the award-winning Skills for Communicating and Relating in Pharmacy Training (SCRIPT).
- Australian Pharmacy Council
- Malaysia Pharmacy Board
Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours)
The Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours) is a 5 year program that will teach you how to prevent, diagnose and treat oral diseases and abnormalities. It’s also the only AQF Level 8 undergraduate dental program in Australia.
Complete supervised clinical practice as you learn about general practice dentistry, periodontics, prosthodontics, oral medicine, public health and more, in a range of settings including UQ’s $138 million Oral Health Centre.
- Complete over 1900 hours of practical placements in a variety of clinical settings.
- Study at the $138 million Oral Health Centre in Herston (with more than 150 dental chairs in 11 clinics).
Accreditation & Recognition
- Australian Dental Council
- Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons
- Malaysian Dental Council
Bachelor of Health Sciences
The Bachelor of Health Sciences is a three-year program that provides a comprehensive overview of health and health care, including biomedicine, healthcare ethics, public health, psychology and nutrition. Receive a solid foundation that will allow you to move into a clinical or non-clinical career. This is an excellent pathway into postgraduate health programs, including medicine.
Choose to major in Health Promotion, Nutrition, or Public Health. You will study a range of specialised courses during your second and third year, and will also undertake health and management-related electives. Get hands-on experience, integrate your knowledge and develop key professional skills in a busy health setting as you undertake supervised work experience in your final year.
UQ offers One of the widest range of health study areas in Australia. Want to know more?Get in touch
Feature Master Courses
Master of Mental Health
The Master of Mental Health is designed for applicants with an approved degree and relevant work experience. There are several ways of meeting admission requirements – see Program Details for more information. Choose to specialise in Art Therapy or Psychotherapy. You will learn how to support mental health through different techniques relevant to your chosen field.
Complete courses that will build and extend your knowledge and skills in mental health practice. Throughout the program, you’ll also spend 800 hours in an appropriate practice environment, which can include your current workplace. Benefit from a program taught by both experienced practitioners and researchers. Many of our lecturers have national or international reputations for their scholarship and professional practice, which they have incorporated into the program.
Master of Health Economics
This program provides graduate training in all aspects of health economics, meeting the clear need for comprehensive programs in Australia and internationally. A joint initiative of UQ’s School of Economics and School of Population Health, this program is designed for people intending to work in the health sector. No prior knowledge or training in economics is required for this program. The program offers students the opportunity to develop strong analytical skills and is a qualification which may further career opportunities in national and international health agencies.
This highly specialised program provides critical insight into the complex economic issues in health sector administration, and the economic impacts of decisions. Students may take elective courses in analytical techniques, including applied econometrics, public economics, health finance, epidemiology, business and economic decision techniques, benefit-cost analysis, and health and development.
Master of Public Health
The Master of Public Health is an interdisciplinary program that teaches courses relevant to public health practice and research. There are several ways of meeting admission requirements. For more information, see the Program Details tab. Benefit from a program that is evidence-based and comprehensive, and reflects UQ’s strong links with organisations such as Australian Aid, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, and international ministries of health.
Choose one field of study from six different options. In each field, you’ll complete a range of core courses, specialist courses and electives to build and extend your knowledge. For details, see the Fields of study tab. Undertake a research project that addresses a specific topic or problem relevant to public health. You’ll be involved in all aspects of research, from defining a topic and methodology to interpreting results and reporting on your findings.
|Science International Scholarship||$3000|
|Malaysia Global Leader Scholarship||$5,000-$10,000 off tuition fees|
|UQ Economics Scholarship – Malaysia||50% of the tuition fees|
|MBA Student Scholarship||25% of the tuition fees|
|Miriam E. Wippell Undergraduate Scholarship||$750 per semester (1st year)|
|International Scholarship in Conservation Biology||Up to $10,000|
|UQ Sport Scholarship Ambassador Program||$1,500 support services|
|HASS Scholarships for Excellence||$10,000 tuition fee|
|Master of Pharmaceutical Industry Practice International Student Scholarship||$5,000- $10,000 tuition fees|
|EAIT International Award- Year 12||$10,000 tuition fees (1 year)|
|Foundation Year Scholarship||25% off tuition fees|
*Note: The indicated course fees is per annum based and based on completing a standard full time study load. Fees may increase yearly.