Our curriculum is uniquely sequenced to promote integration and application of knowledge and diverse skills, such as relational and ethical practice, critical thinking and clinical judgement, risk and health assessment, health promotion, injury prevention and writing.

What to expect

Through discussion, debate, lecture, reflection, writing projects and application scenarios, you move from a basic understanding of foundational concepts in the first year of the program to more intensive knowledge and practical skills in your final year.

As you advance through the program, your understanding of the complexity and diversity of health and illness experience grows. You learn first about individual health, but then focus on the interconnected health scenarios of individuals, family, groups, populations and communities at all stages. Theory is integrated with practical experience and courses are sequenced so that one year builds on the next, making it important to take courses in their recommended order.

You have up to six years to complete the program.

Courses & Requirements
Check the academic calendar to find the courses you need to take and the requirements you must fulfill to complete your program.
Academic Calendar

Program planning

Academic advisors for the program have prepared information to help you plan your program. Use these resources in combination with the Academic Calendar for the year you are admitted to the program.