HEALTHCARESTUDIES

Part time Bachelors in Health Care in Northern Territory Australia 2020/2021

A bachelor, which is an undergraduate degree, can be earned from colleges and universities located all over the world. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in many different concentrations so that students can tailor their education to align with their future goals.

This territory has one main university, but other tertiary colleges are coming up. Charles Darwin University is located here as well as the famous Bachelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education.

Part time Bachelor in Health Care in Northern Territory in Australia

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Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPHAR)

Bachelor
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4&nbsp;-&nbsp;8 years
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The Bachelor of Pharmacy is a professional degree designed to meet the demands for pharmacy services in Australia. There is a particular focus on rural and remote practice to ...

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Bachelor of Health Science (BHSC)

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Jan 2021
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3&nbsp;-&nbsp;6 years
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Campus

This is a three-year course that provides students with the knowledge and skills required to work in areas of health promotion, community health development, Indigenous health ...

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Bachelor of Midwifery (BMID)

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3&nbsp;-&nbsp;6 years
English
Campus

The Bachelor of Midwifery is primarily for students based in the Northern Territory due to the requirement to provide continuity of midwifery care. Indigenous women are strong ...

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Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLSC)

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4&nbsp;-&nbsp;8 years
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Campus

This vocational and professionally oriented degree will prepare students for a career as medical scientists in the areas of diagnostic pathology, research, and specialised lab ...

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Bachelor of Nursing Pre-Registration (BNUR)

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3&nbsp;-&nbsp;6 years
English
Campus

The underpinning principles of comprehensive primary health care, namely: cultural safety in practice, in particular to addressing the needs of Indigenous and multi-cultural A ...

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