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Health Science Course Updates 2020

Find out more about important updates to the Diploma of Health Science (DHS) and Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) Courses.

Check out the COURSE UPDATES box below.

Diploma of Health Science

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Course Course information

Diploma of Health Science

Current course structures

Provider Course code Course structure
Think Education

DHSCGEN13
(0600)

Course Structure - Diploma of Health Science (Think)   

Diploma of Health Science - Teach Out Schedule   

Torrens University Australia

DIPHSC20

(enrolments from T2 2020)

Course Structure - Diploma of Health Science (​Torrens)  

Previous course structure for your reference

Provider Course code Course structure
Torrens University Australia DIPHSC18

Course Structure - Diploma of Health Science (Torrens)  

Understanding your course structure

You will find your timetable on the Subject Selection page.

Please refer to the Fees information page.

FOL subject intensive sessions

For online subjects only. Attending the intensives sessions is compulsory.

Please check Blackboard for the most up-to-date information.

 

CLA207 Clinical Assessment runs at Flinders street campus

Week 6 intensive - 15 hours (two 7.5 hours )
Week 12 intensive - 15 hours (two 7.5 hours)

 

Code

Subject

Week

Day/Time

Room

CLA207

Clinical Assessment 

6

28th-29th March, 9am-5pm

TBA

CLA207 Clinical Assessment  12 9th-10th May, 9am-5pm TBA

Go to the exams page.


Course Updates: Health Science Courses 2020

Voluntary Course Transfer from THINK Education to Torrens University of Australia (TUA) Updated Course Structure

This is to inform you of an important course structure update in the Torrens University Diploma of Health Science (DHS) and Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) Courses.

The DHS and BHS courses now require students to complete 8 subjects per year instead of the previous 9 subject per year study pattern.

This update has been made to:

  • Align the course to the TUA required Equivalent Full Time Study Load (EFTSL) of 8 subjects per year
  • Improve graduate career outcomes as per feedback from the Course Advisory Committee
  • Comply with annual academic course improvement processes
  • Align the TUA courses to other Higher Education University Course Structures
  • Incorporate student feedback suggestions

Updated course structures can be found above. It is strongly recommended that you download and review the new TUA DHS & BHS course structures.

A summary of the main updates to the courses are outlined here:

Info session:​

Watch the recording here!

 

 

Torrens University Australia (TUA) – Health Science Course Updates

This is to inform you of an important update to the Torrens University Diploma of Health Science (DHS) and Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) course structures.

The Diploma of Health Science (DHS) and Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) courses now require students to complete 8 subjects per year instead of the previous 9 subject per year study pattern.

This update has been made to:

  • Align the course to the TUA required Equivalent Full Time Study Load (EFTSL) of 8 subjects per year
  • Improve graduate career outcomes as per feedback from the Course Advisory Committee
  • Comply with annual academic course improvement processes
  • Align the TUA courses to other Higher Education University Course Structures
  • Incorporate student feedback suggestions

Updated course structures are listed in the section above. It is strongly recommended that you download and review the new TUA DHS & BHS course structures.

A summary of the main updates to the courses are outlined here:

Info session:

Watch the recording here!


 

Diploma Contacts

Success Coach

Julie O'Shea
joshea@laureate.net.au

(Monday-Friday)

Find out more about Success Coaches.

 

Senior Learning Facilitators

Dhivya Rajasekaran:
drajasekaran@laureate.net.au
(Monday-Friday)

Vinicius Cruzat:
vinicius.cruzat@laureate.edu.au
(Monday-Friday)

Anne Digby:
anne.digby@laureate.edu.au
(Monday-Wednesday, Friday)

 

Program Director

Ashley Hillsley