Health is one of the fastest growing sectors in New Zealand and the future couldn't be brighter for those getting involved in healthcare. AUT's health sciences undergraduate courses combine a diverse overview of health with opportunity for specialisation in chosen areas. We have a strong focus on interprofessional and collaborative education so you become one of the most sought after professionals in New Zealand and further afield.
You can choose to study the degree without a health major:
Or you can choose to major in one of the following specialised areas:
You can also study our Diploma in Paramedic Science at the AUT South Campus
Students who wish to seek careers with a Māori development perspective, should select: Māori Health, Development and Environment; Māori Health Promotion; Applied Primary Māori Mental Health; and Utilising Supervision in Practice as electives or as an alternative course of study. Te Ara Hauora Māori students will be supported to form relationships with Māori health providers, industry stakeholders and communities, and AUT Māori staff and students.
Last updated: 12-Sep-2016 11.06am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.