University of Sydney
Succeed in today’s dynamic world by developing engineering expertise alongside the critical insights and research skills offered by the health sciences. This combined degree emphasises the strong scientific foundations of engineering. It will expand your career options by giving you two qualifications with just one extra year of study.
You can combine any engineering streams (Aeronautical, Biomedical, Chemical and Biomolecular, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Mechatronic, and Software) with a Bachelor of Science (Health). You will develop an extensive knowledge of your chosen stream along with technical, analytical and research skills to lead innovation across continually evolving industries.
The Bachelor of Science (Health) provides a thorough grounding in health and health systems at the local, national and global levels. You will graduate with the ability to navigate the complexity of health in different sociocultural, political and economic contexts, and develop core skills in critical thinking, complex problem-solving, communication and empathy. You will complete a major in health with core units in areas such as human biology, psychology and eHealth, and gain broad knowledge of healthcare and its latest developments before specialising in your area of interest and pursuing an optional second major.
|Institution Name||University of Sydney|
|Campus Location||Camperdown/Darlington campus|
|Course Duration||Duration full time: 5 years full time for Domestic and International students Duration part time: Part time study available for eligible applicants (excluding international student visa holders).|
|Course University||University of Sydney|
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