Investigate and research a specific area of health science with the one-year Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) degree. Complete the standard pathway or specialise in psychology.
The Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) is aimed at high-achieving graduates of the Bachelor of Health Science. It’s a great way to make your CV stand out and can also serve as a fast track into doctoral study.
Potential honours students will be identified during the third year of their bachelor’s degree. At this point you'll be encouraged to gain the necessary entry requirements during your study. If you achieve these, you'll be eligible to enter the honours programme on completion of your bachelor’s degree.
The Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) includes papers and a research dissertation on a specific health science topic. Your individual course of study will be approved by the programme leader.
Choose from two pathways:
Or another approved postgraduate paper.
To be admitted to this pathway, you must have personal qualities that show suitability for this programme, including supplying references and satisfying a police check.
Psychology students can add two years’ postgraduate study to their honours degree to be eligible for registration.
The standard pathway can prepare you for further study in:
The Psychology pathway can prepare you for further study in:
25 Feb 2019
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.