With a UWA science degree you can make a real difference.
The School of Population Health is committed to achieving excellence in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research training. Our courses are flexible and industry relevant, giving you the knowledge and skills to address pressing health issues.
New Courses 2012: Population Health is a major within the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours). Population Health can also be studied as a second major within the Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Design. This major also gives you an excellent foundation for further studies in medicine, dentistry and the health sciences.
The Bachelor of Health Science is a four-year program including a major in the areas of biomedical or social science and a compulsory major in public health. Intake for this degree ceased in 2012 and the course was replaced by the Bachelor of Science Population Health major. If you're interested in a Health Science degree, the BSc Population Health major may help you.
Each honours student completes their own research profect and dissertation under supervisory guidance. Exciting new projects are available in our 2013 Research Projects booklet.
The honours program will become available to eligible Population Health major students to consider in 2014.