Master of Adolescent Health and Wellbeing

The experience


Online learning

The initial elements of the Masters program are offered fully online (graduate diploma), making it accessible no matter where you live. This allows you to study at times of the day that suit you, around your personal and professional commitments. Some of the Master subjects are not available online.

Personal contact

Each subject co-ordinator keeps regular contact with you via the LMS, and is also available for individual support via phone, email and face-to-face meetings.

Master students are introduced to research, and are supported through the research process by preferred supervisor.

Read about Nicky's experience:


Nicky Sloss

Supporting schools to enhance whole-school wellbeing approaches is a central part of my role at AISNSW, as the Wellbeing Consultant. The Masters of Adolescent Health and Wellbeing has been a perfect course to enhance my knowledge and expertise as well as contextualise the learning to meet the needs of my full-time work.

The course was particularly attractive to me due to the cross-sectoral nature of participants – learning alongside social workers, nurses, teachers, child protection staff and police officers has enhanced my understanding of holistic adolescent health and wellbeing support and approaches.

I have been able to contextualise course materials and assessment tasks to support my full-time work and have also appreciated the online nature of the course and support from lecturers and administrative start each semester.