Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Clinical Sciences (Osteopathic Studies) is a pathway towards a career in osteopathy. Providing a comprehensive grounding in anatomy and physiology, you’ll develop deep knowledge of the connections between the structure and function of your bones, joints, muscles and nerves. With experience drawn from a clinical setting, and complemented by teaching around biomedical science and health, you’ll gather essential knowledge into how our bodies function and why, and what to do when those functions falter. The course includes the study of advanced levels of anatomy and physiology, particularly the structure and function of the muscular and nervous systems.
Must complete the equivalent of 24 units (288 credit points), comprising: 24 core units (288 credit points).
- Osteopathic studies
Standard entry requirements
Australian Year 12
Osteopathy Board of Australia
This course offers an intermediate award (early exit point) at Associate Degree level. To become a registered osteopath, successful completion of the Bachelor of Clinical Sciences (Osteopathic Studies) and the Master of Osteopathic Medicine is required. Graduates of the Bachelor of Clinical Sciences (Osteopathic Studies) receive four units of advanced standing into the Southern Cross University Master of Osteopathic Studies.
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