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Graduate Certificate in Genomics and Health

    • CRICOS Code: 096347A

    The experience

    Overview

    As a Graduate Certificate in Genomics and Health student, you will learn from leading academic professionals and grow your expertise in the field of genomics. This inspiring course is the first of its kind in Australia, and is an excellent format to learn about the rapidly expanding field of genomics.

    The six-month Graduate Certificate provides a solid initial pathway into genomics, and may inspire you to pursue further study.

    The day-to-day experience

    The program will afford you the chance to craft a unique study experience based on your interests, as a wide range of subjects are on offer. Each of which suits a variety of potential career paths available in the field of genomics that graduates can take. A primary focus of the program will be understanding the complexity of the human genome, while exploring the ethical and legal frameworks applied through genomics and healthcare.

    Students can craft their certificate to encompass a wide range of elective options in relevant areas such as public health and policy, ethics and law, bioinformatics, variant curation, clinical trials and research, indigenous health and more. Through a combination of online and campus-based learning, you will be introduced to the broad impacts of genomics.

    Opportunities

    A broad variety of career opportunities will become available to you upon completion of this program, including:

    • Public health and health policy
    • Science
    • Clinical trials and research
    • Medical and allied health settings
    • Medical law.

    These are just some of the industries that are eager to utilise the knowledge and expertise of genomic graduates like yourself.

    This program also offers the possibility of transitioning to the Graduate Diploma, and Master of Genomics and Health if you’re inspired to seek further study and development in genomics.

    student Profile

    Sarah Casauria