|M3G Bachelor of Biomedical Science||This three and a half-year full-time course is offered in Launceston by Human Life Sciences. The course is designed to give students a solid grounding in Science subjects followed by specialised units which provide the knowledge and skills suitable to the needs of the modern pathology
This AIMS accredited degree includes a significant component of Professional Experience Placement in NATA accredited laboratories (or equivalent).
|M3H Bachelor of Health Science||This three-year, undergraduate course is offered at the Launceston Campus. It consists of units taught by the Faculty of Health Science in conjunction with three other Faculties (Commerce, Education, and Science, Engineering and Technology). Candidates must complete the requirements of the degree in a minimum of three, and a maximum of eight, separate years of full time study from the time of first enrolment.
The course may also be undertaken on a part-time basis.
|M3Q Bachelor of Exercise Science||The Bachelor of Exercise Science is a 3.5 year program that aims to produce graduates who meet the professional requirements for registration with the Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA). Graduates may be employed in the private and public sectors. Exercise and sport scientists provide assessment, monitoring and program prescription for fitness and exercise in a diverse range of populations from the chronically ill to elite athletes.|
|M3L Bachelor of Health Science / Medical Radiation Science (Medical Imaging/Nuclear Medicine/Radiation Therapy)||This double degree offered by Human Life Sciences (UTAS) and Charles Sturt University trains students to work in public and private hospitals and be accredited as medical radiation scientists in the areas of Medical Imaging, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy. The course involves study of the principles of radiation science, specialised equipment, patient care, human biology, as well as workplace experience on clinical placements.|
|M3R Bachelor of Health Science (Environmental Health)||The Bachelor of Health Science (Environmental Health) is a professionally accredited 3.5 year program that is designed to produce graduands who will work as Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) in State and Local Government.|
|M4E Bachelor of Biomedical Science with Honours||This on-campus course is offered at Launceston and requires a minimum of 2 semesters full-time study. Applicants need to have qualified for admission to the degree of Bachelor of Biomedical Science or equivalent.|
|M4H Bachelor of Health Science (Honours)||The Honours degree in Health Science is designed to provide students with the foundations necessary for research in Health Science disciplines and to gain greater expertise during two semesters full-time study (or equivalent). Candidates will be required to submit a research thesis on work undertaken as part of the honours course. All candidates will be required to study a unit in statistics and data handling and another unit prescribed by HLS.|
|M4K Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Professional Honours)||The Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Professional Honours) builds on the foundations in the Bachelor of Exercise Science to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills to gain accreditation as Exercise Physiologists with Exercise & Sports Science Australia. The course is currently under consideration by ESSA for accreditation at Exercise Physiology level.|
|M6G Graduate Diploma in Medical Laboratory Science||The Graduate Diploma of Medical Laboratory Science is designed to provide students with the theoretical and practical skills necessary for employment in Medical Pathology Laboratories. The program will provide a formal qualification in Medical Laboratory Science for students with an undergraduate background in Science or Health Science.|
|M7B Master of Biomedical Science||The Master of Biomedical Science will provide students with the theoretical and practical skills necessary for employment in medical pathology laboratories or to undertake further postgraduate research. The Master of Biomedical Science will allow students with an undergraduate background in Science or Health Science to broaden and extend their areas of potential employment with theoretical and practical skills in areas chosen from Clinical Chemistry, Haematology and Medical Microbiology. The programme will equip students to sit the examination for membership of the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS) once they have the appropriate professional laboratory experience.|
Authorised by the Head of Human Life Sciences
28 February, 2014