Immerse yourself in the challenge of nursing and make a difference to both your life and the lives of others.
Health and medical sciences at RMIT boast strong industry links and purpose-built facilities, producing health practitioners with skills that are valued in Australia and around the world.
What you will study:
A Nursing Approach to Lifespan Development (Semester 1)
Available for study on campus or online
This course will provide for you an overview of lifespan development from the perspective of a variety of theoretical frameworks. You will be challenged to consider the transition and adaptation of the person across the lifespan experience along with the concepts of growth, diversity and social change.
This course forms part of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia registration requirements.
For complete information on course assessment tasks and learning outcomes check the course guide.
Indigenous Health (Semester 2)
Available for study on campus
This course will extend your knowledge of the cultural and societal impacts on health for Indigenous Australians. You will investigate contemporary indigenous health issues and review the considerations of cultural sensitivity in working with our first Australians.
This course forms part of the Indigenous specialisation available across all RMIT programs.
For complete information on course assessment tasks and learning outcomes check the course guide
You must be in your final year of your VCE studies.
Acceptance into this program requires a recommendation from your Year 12 coordinator and your school principal. Parental/guardian permission is also necessary.
Undergraduate programs where credit is available
- Bachelor of Nursing
- Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)
- Other RMIT programs as elective courses