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Master of Health and Human Services

      Course overview

      • 2 years part time
      • Online
      • Available to domestic and international students.
      • Term 1 Intake - February, Term 2 Intake - April, Term 3 Intake - July, and Term 4 Intake - October

      Overview

      The Master of Health and Human Services provides health and community services professionals with higher skills that will set them up to become agents of change.

      As a student of this course, you will gain insight into the latest thinking, new knowledge and practices, and research as it relates to psychosocial practice.

      If you want to have a broader impact on the health and well-being of individuals and society this course is for you.

      If you are a qualified social worker you can study one of our Advanced Social Work courses.

      Course aims

      This course is designed to prepare those for leadership and specialist roles in the health, mental health and human services sector. By undertaking this course, you will push the boundaries of knowledge, understand and benefit from evidence-informed practice to effectively respond to the problems that affect individuals, families, communities and organisations. You will develop a comprehensive understanding of knowledge, policy and research as it relates your practice. You will also learn from leading academics who conduct evidence-based research in the fields of health, mental health, child and family welfare, ageing, social policy, policy evaluation and leadership.

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