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Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health)

The online Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) provides skills to meet the health and wellbeing needs of diverse communities.


Upon completion of your studies, you will be eligible to work in a wide range of health settings as a community recreation officer, health promotions specialist, leisure planner, diversional therapist, hostel manager, health educator, day service provider, post-school programmer, disability support worker, or in various other community development roles.


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Charles Sturt University

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Outbreak: The Detection and Control of Infectious Disease Course unit

Learn how humanity responds to outbreaks of infectious disease by studying the Outbreak: The Detection and Control of Infectious Disease unit online from RMIT University.


The unit simulates outbreaks and lets you assume the role of an outbreak investigator, and would benefit biology students and professionals working in government policy, public health and even journalism.


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Open Universities Australia

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About Health Science

With over 1.3 million employees, healthcare is Australia’s largest industry. Not only that, it’s been singled out by the government as one of the main industries set to experience large employment growth until at least 2016–17.

The health sciences form a large part of this sector, including the essential fields of public health, international health, leisure and health, health industry management and complementary medicine – the list is as long as our list of ailments, really. No matter your area of expertise, as a health science professional you will be able to offer the kind of scientific insight and technical skill that will always be in demand, especially as our population grows and ages into the future.

Apart from the healthy job prospects, the other good news is that you will typically be well paid for your efforts. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics the health services industry shares first position for employee compensation with the financial and insurance services industry, making it one of the most well paid career choices.

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