You can choose to study the degree without a health major:
Or you can choose to major in one of the following specialised areas:
Or you can choose one of our clinical degree areas:
BHSc Standard pathway, Case Management, Counselling, Health Administration, Health Promotion, Managing Care of the Older Person, Paramedicine, Psychology: AK3680
BHSc in Midwifery: AK1035
BHSc in Nursing: AK3324
BHSc in Occupational Therapy: AK3410
BHSc in Oral Health: AK3113
BHSc in Physiotherapy: AK3313
BHSc in Podiatry: AK3713
Points: 360 (480 for Midwifery and Physiotherapy)
Duration: 3 years full-time (6 years part-time also available for BHSc Standard pathway, Case Management, Counselling, Health Administration, Health Promotion, Managing Care of the Older Person and Psychology); 4 years full-time for Physiotherapy
Venue: Counselling, Health Administration, Midwifery and Paramedicine South Campus. Health Promotion and standard pathway North and South Campus. All other majors North Campus.
Start date: 17 July 2017, 26 Feb and 16 July 2018*
*Nursing and Paramedicine have a Semester 2 intake. Other Bachelor of Health Science majors and degrees may also be available for Semester 2 enrolment. Contact us for more details.
AUT encourages early application. Places are limited. This qualification will remain open until all places have been filled.
Below is a summary only. For a comprehensive overview of this qualification, please refer to the Academic Calendar.
In your first year, you develop an in-depth understanding of general health care and have an opportunity to learn alongside other health science students. In Semester 1 you complete four core papers. You will then be introduced to the available papers in Semester 2.
Papers (core or compulsory)
HEAL504 Psychology and Lifespan Development
HEAL505 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
HEAL506 Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
HEAL507 Health and Environment OR MAOH501 Māori Health, Development and Environment
Papers for the following years of study will depend on your choice of major/degree or desired papers if taking the BHSc standard pathway. See the BHSc major/degree pages for an outline of each qualification.
Some of our degree majors and specialisations provide you with industry placements or clinical placements. Industry and clinical placements expose you to different types of organisations, giving you valuable hands on experience. It is also a critical part of your study time at AUT as it allows you to complete the necessary hours to apply for registration once you graduate.
You can complete the BHSc in two major areas of study, such as health promotion and psychology.
Last updated: 18-Jul-2017 2.45pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.