This program is not available to international students who intend to apply for a student visa to undertake this program.
For the career of the future… you’ll need the degree of the future
The Bachelor of Health Transformation prepares graduates for professional and trans-disciplinary roles in the modern ever-changing work environment with the inclusion of an immersive industry-based learning program. Students will also explore global sustainable development goals through the completion of a collaborative and creative design solutions option.
About the program
Innovations in health treatment, changing societal expectations and increasing global populations are driving an increasing demand for professionals who can effectively manage new technologies, systems and processes that support effective healthcare delivery. The program provides students with the skills to understand the changing demands that society will place on health systems and to innovate beyond traditional modes of healthcare delivery that links consumer expectations, public needs and health sector outcomes. Show more
Innovations in health treatment, changing societal expectations and increasing global populations are driving an increasing demand for professionals who can effectively manage new technologies, systems and processes that support effective healthcare delivery. The program provides students with the skills to understand the changing demands that society will place on health systems and to innovate beyond traditional modes of healthcare delivery that links consumer expectations, public needs and health sector outcomes.
Students will learn about human health, disease prevention and management, and evidence-based healthcare through a transdisciplinary approach. This will include foundational business, law, data analytics, and effective communication skills and strategies. The Health Transformation program aims to develop future leaders in healthcare, equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to identify and analyse challenges and propose new and innovative solutions to real-world healthcare issues and problems. Show less
|Duration||6 semesters (2 years)|
|Program type||Bachelors Degree|
|Study area||Business and Commerce, Communication and Creative Media, Health Sciences, International Relations and Humanities, Law, Social Sciences, Psychology and Counselling|
|CRICOS code||This program is not available to international students who intend to apply for a student visa.|
|Credit for prior study||For more details on applying for credit, please contact the Student Business Centre: [email protected]|
On successful completion of this program the learner will be able to:
- Contextualise current healthcare systems and the potential opportunities for change within those systems.
- Implement an evidence-based approach to identify possible solutions to healthcare problems.
- Investigate transdisciplinary considerations that impact healthcare priorities and potential innovations.
- Apply collaborative and adaptive approaches to transcultural, ethical and sustainable changes in healthcare.
- Apply principles of advocacy and social entrepreneurship to address healthcare issues.
- Understand how legal and ethical responsibilities, sustainability, and commercialisation impact modern healthcare.
The Bachelor of Health Transformation program comprises up to 22 subjects, as follows:
University core subjects (3)
- CORE11-001 Critical Thinking and Communication
- CORE11-002 Leadership and Team Dynamics
- CORE11-003 Ethical Thought and Action
Creative Enterprise (7)
- LAWS10-210 Enterprise Law
- BUSN11-200 Foundations of Enterprise
- COLB11-100 Global Citizenship
- COLB12-100 Immersion 1: Work-Based Experience
- COLB12-110 Trust, Privacy, Law and Ethics in the Digital Age
- COLB12-120 Design: Process, Methods and Mindsets
- COLB13-110 Immersion 2: Work Placement
Health Transformation (10)
- BMED11-109 Principles of Human Structure and Function
- BMED11-203 Cell Biology
- HPER11-101 Australia's Health Issues and Priorities
- HPER11-103 Health Systems
- BMED12-123 Global Health Issues
- COMN12-302 Digital Media and Society
- HPER13-100 Evidence in Healthcare: Practice and Policy
- HPER13-101 Drivers for Healthcare Change
- DTSC13-308 Emerging Issues in Health Analytics
- MGMT13-311 Managing Strategic Change
Global Challenges Project Option (1-2)
Students must choose one (1) of the following options:
- Global Challenges Option
- COLB12-200 Global Challenges 1 (20CP)
- COLB13-200 Global Challenges 2 (20CP)
- Design Studio Option
- COLB12-400 Design Studio (40CP)
Applicants with recent secondary education (within the past two years)
Applicants must meet the University's general minimum admission criteria.
Please note: This program is currently only available to Australian students (not available to international student visa holders).
Alternative entry pathways
For those applicants who do not currently have the required academic qualifications, there are a number of alternative entry pathways:
- Bond University Tertiary Preparation programs
- Bond University Diploma programs
- Other institutional Tertiary Preparation Programs
- Vocational education and training qualifications (Certificate IV and above)
- Prior higher education experience (at this university or another)
- Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)
- Professional or para-professional qualifications/experience
- Employment experience verified by a statement of service from the employer stating the position title and length of service and a very brief statement on the tasks undertaken.
English language proficiency requirements
As tuition is delivered in English, all students will be required to provide documented evidence of the required level of proficiency in the English language. Read more detailed information on English language proficiency requirements for university study.
Credit for prior study
Subject credits may be awarded for previous studies. To apply for credits, you will need to submit academic transcripts including detailed subject outlines/course descriptions for each relevant subject and/or certified copies of testamurs to the Office of Future Students. Please refer to how to apply for credit for more information