Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Arts

Build a unique and stand-out skillset for working in the career you really want with this combined Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Arts course from Deakin University. 

A flexible degree designed for students seeking to build skills and start a career, this course allows you to major in fields from both health sciences and arts - making sure your study path and future career reflect the person you are and the areas you're interested in, not what a school prescribes for you. Choose your unique course structure, build competitive cross-disciplinary skills, and expand your career prospects with a broad knowledge base. 

In this course, you'll build a solid foundation in health science, while having access to a range of arts subjects - allowing you to study in areas like advertising, criminology, disability, education, international affairs, journalism, language, media, physical education, politics, sociology and sport. 

With a particular focus on real-world experience, this course offers you opportunities to undertake work experience and industry practicums - from taking a 120-hour education placement to studying abroad in Sri Lanka or Norway - giving you the unique skills, insights and outlook that will help you stand out. 

If you're interested in a wide variety of areas and want a career that suits you, this unique combined degree is your first career step.

19644 Deakin University Career FAQs
  • Awarded by

    Deakin University

  • Qualification

    Bachelor's Degree

  • Study mode

    On Campus

  • Payment options

    HECS-HELP may be availableUpfront payment

  • Duration

    4 years full-time or part-time equivalent

  • Start date

    3 intake dates each year - enquire today!

  • Location