2 years (6 sessions)
This course requires successful completion of 160 credit points which includes seven core units, eight alternate units and one capstone unit.
Western Sydney University is Australia’s premier health sciences education institution. The University:
- is internationally renowned for its teaching and research activities
- is at the forefront of innovative professional programs
The Master of Health Science is designed for professionals working in a variety of health science settings, including both government and non-government organisations. Staff working in health and aged care organisations, especially those in supervisory and management positions, will find this exposes them to contemporary issues in aged care. The course will allow you to up-skill management knowledge to position yourself at the forefront of innovation in the delivery and organisation of quality aged care.
Upon completing the Master of Health Sciences, you will be equipped with knowledge and skills to pursue a career in the health sector and related industry. You may also be eligible for opportunities to further your learning via postgraduate research programmes (e.g. Master of Research and/or Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health).