University of Wollongong
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The Diploma of Medical and Health Sciences provides students with a foundation in chemical and biological sciences and an understanding of applied sciences, including the anatomical, molecular and physiological processes of human health and function.
In the introductory phase of this course, students will complete subjects specifically designed to develop effective approaches to learning in the higher education context. In sessions 2 and 3, students are provided with a range of learning experiences and opportunities in science discipline-based subjects which provide students with the experience of working in University of Wollongong (UOW) science laboratories. In these sessions, students are given dedicated support tutorials to support their success.
The diploma provides students with pathways for entry into the second year of the Bachelor of Medical and Health Sciences, the Bachelor of Nutrition Science, and the Bachelor of Exercise Science at UOW, with specified credit of up to 48 credit points for subjects in the compulsory core components of these degrees.
Applied sciences including anatomical, molecular and physiological process of human health and function; chemical and biological.
Research scientist, medical or clinical technician, laboratory manager and pathology laboratory technician in the health, medical, medical research and clinical health fields in the areas of neuroscience, thermal physiology, biomechanics, diabetes and metabolic disorders, functional anatomy, respiratory and cardiorespiratory function.
Guaranteed ATAR: 35.00.
For your application to be assessed on your previous higher education study results (eg bachelor degree, diploma) you will need to provide an academic transcript. Your grades will be converted to a selection rank, and will then be assessed to determine whether you meet the minimum entry requirements. Students may also be eligible for credit for prior learning.
Applicants who have completed an AQF qualification (eg Certificate IV) will be considered for admission to this course. Your qualification will be converted to a selection rank, and will then be assessed to determine whether you meet the minimum entry requirements.
If you do not have a sufficient ATAR or equivalent or have not previously undertaken or completed a recognised qualification or tertiary studies, UOW College may recognise relevant work and life experience. Applications for entry into a Diploma on these grounds are assessed on a case-by-case basis.
View all details of this course on the UOW website.
2021 data not yet provided by the institution.
Use all ATAR profile data as a guide only; it provides a broad overview of the ATARs and selection ranks of previous Year 12 students admitted into that course. ATARs and selection ranks required for entry in 2022 may be different. If you are unsure about including a course among your preferences, contact the relevant institution.
Abbreviations– = data is not available.
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