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Bachelor of Health Science

Minor In Health Promotion

Minor structure

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

Health promotion is an interdisciplinary field offered by the School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences. Units are available as a 90 credit point minor (6 units), or as individual electives to students enrolled in any relevant ECU course. Students should discuss their choice of minor and elective units with the course coordinator of their major area of study.

Given the relevance of health and wellbeing to a range of professional fields, this six-unit minor of Health Promotion is available to any student enrolled in a relevant degree at ECU. Each unit is worth 15 credit points and all six units must be completed to obtain the 90 credit points required for this minor. Some units within the Health Promotion minor have pre-requisite units, the details of which are listed in the individual unit outlines. Students should discuss their choice of Minor and/or Elective units with the course coordinator of their Major area of study.



UnitDescription Points
Students must complete the following units:
HST1120Introduction to Health Promotion 15
Plus one unit selected from the following:
HST1121Personal Health 15
HST1122Health in Society 15
HST1124Health Communication 15
As well as both of the following:
HST2120Community Development in Health Promotion 15
HST2220Health Promotion Planning and Administration 15
As well as both of the following:
HST3213Women's Health Issues 15
HST3150Introduction to Health Services Management 15
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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