Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Bond’s Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) allows you to complement your undergraduate studies with a focussed research project of your choice, over a 12-month (three semesters) period. You will be required to conceptualise, plan, organise, undertake, and report on an independent research project while being supervised by an academic staff member. The Honours program is focussed on your independent research and study, culminating in an Honours Thesis and presentation of a research seminar. An Honours degree is a pathway for entry into postgraduate research master’s and PhD programs. As an Honours graduate, you will be highly valued by employers based on your demonstrated skills in written and oral communication, analytical skills, critical thinking and interpretation and project management.
TOTAL CREDIT POINTS : 90
- HLSC41-140: Research Analysis and Communication (15CP)HLSC41-141: Research Preparation and Design (15CP)HLSC44-140: Honours Thesis A - Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours (15CP)HLSC44-141: Honours Thesis B - Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours (15CP)HLSC44-142: Honours Thesis C - Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours (30CP)
Standard entry requirements
Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank
|Campus||Fees||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|Gold Coast||International: $43,290||No|