Sub-major - Health Promotion

Western Sydney University Sub-major Code: SM4001.1

Related Courses

1865.2 Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
4656.3 Bachelor of Health Science
4741.2 Bachelor of Sport Development
4789.1 Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Science)
6000.2 Diploma in Health Science/Bachelor of Health Science

Available to students in other Western Sydney University Courses: YES, but restrictions apply.

The Submajor in Health Promotion develops students’ knowledge and the skills required to manage a health practice or health service. Such management skills can be applied to management of any work practice and should provide students with more diverse employment opportunity. Note: The submajor is available to any student who meets its units’ pre-requisite rules and is not enrolled in another health promotion specialisation of the Bachelor of Health Science. Whilst identified on a student’s academic transcript, the Sub-major/Minor is not specified on the testamur.

Sub-major Structure

For any student at Western who meets the units’ pre-requisite rules, has sufficient elective space to complete the unit set and is not enrolled in MT4001, M4019 or M4023. This minor offers a concentrated study in health promotion for any Western student. The Minor will be noted on the student’s transcript. The minor is made up of 40 credit points.

401392 Health Promotion Theory and Approaches
401380 Advances and Challenges in Health Promotion
401415 Promoting Health Collaboratively in Communities
401390 Health Policy and Advocacy

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