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Designed to develop skills in the quantification and assessment of environmental health risks and public health safety.
This major is studied online, however laboratory-based units require on-campus attendance.
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Students can apply for membership with Environmental Health Australia. Graduates are eligible for membership with Environmental Health Australia.
Students undertake a professional placement unit which comprises of a 140 hour placement in an environmental health department.
Students will be required to complete 140 hours of practical placement in an environmental health department.
Students will be required to sign contracts and ensure duty of care and insurance issues are covered.
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|HST1152||Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety||15|
|HST2114||Environmental Health Law and Compliance||15|
|HST2116||Environmental Health Professional Practice||15|
|HST2184||Communicable Disease Control||15|
|HST2220||Health Promotion Planning and Administration||15|
|HST3186||Food Safety and Water Quality||15|
|HST3187||Environmental Health Management||15|
|SCC1123||Chemistry for the Life Sciences||15|
|SCI1193||Introduction to Environmental Science||15|
|SCP1134||Foundations of Physics||15|
|SCH3227||The Biology of Human Disease||15|
Designed for students who wish to be employed as environmental health officers in Australia.
Environmental Health Officer
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