Study Options

The School of Health Professions aims to produce highly skilled graduates who possess professional, up-to-date clinical practice competencies to meet the health needs and priorities of the community in multidisciplinary settings.


Completion of a Bachelor of Nursing will take three years with full-time study or part-time equivalent and must be completed in six years. The addition of clinical placement units in summer and winter study periods means you will complete 81 credit points.

During your second and third year, you will undertake units that are focused on research skills relevant to your degree. Research, communication and problem solving abilities are highly valued by employers, so we aim to 'future proof' your education by providing you with the skills required for undertaking life-long learning. Find out more here including Nursing Entry Requirements.


This undergraduate course is studied as a double Bachelor degree, with the Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic Science) preparing you for human biological sciences and introductory chiropractic units over three years. Students then progress onto the second degree, the Bachelor of Clinical Chiropractic, which takes an additional two years. Both degrees are essential for registration and clinical practice. This is offered at the part-time equivalent and must be completed within ten years. Find out more here.


Our postgraduate Counselling courses range from the Graduate Certificate in Counselling to be completed in one to two years part-time or six months full-time with a commencement in Semester One, to our Master of Counselling at two years full time or part-time equivalent. Students in their second year of training will choose to either undertake a substantial research project addressing an issue in counselling theory or practice or complete their degree with additional coursework. Find out more here.

Looking to study a research degree?

Find out more about Research Degrees here.