The Faculty of Health offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate degrees and a range of postgraduate courses for students seeking careers as health professionals. The Faculty continues to develop new and innovative courses to meet the ever developing careers in health sciences.
- Human Life Sciences
Human Life Sciences is based at the Launceston campus of the University of Tasmania and provides education in human biology and related life sciences from undergraduate to doctoral level.
Medicine is based in Hobart's Medical Science Precinct, with Clinical Schools associated with the Royal Hobart Hospital and Launceston General Hospital, and in campuses throughout Tasmania and in Sydney.
Nursing is a large multi-campus school with 3 satellite campuses at Rozelle and Darlinghurst in New South Wales and Hobart in Tasmania. The main campus is at Newnham in Launceston, Tasmania.
Pharmacy is located at the Sandy Bay campus in Hobart. Pharmacy provides education in pharmacy and related sciences from undergraduate to doctoral level, conducts research programs and acts as a centre of drug expertise for the Tasmanian community.
- Rural Clinical School
The Rural Clinical School (RCS) is one of a network of 17 Rural Clinical Schools around Australia. The school is located between the North West Regional Hospital and the North West Private Hospital in Burnie. It provides training for Year 4 and 5 medical students on-site and throughout the North West Region of Tasmania.
HealthIT is the information technology services unit, providing infrastructure, applications and services that support academic, research and business activities within the Faculty of Health and the Menzies Institute for Medical Research.