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Bachelor of Applied Health Science (Clinical Aesthetics)

The highest qualification in Higher Education available in Australia to identify you as an expert in the rapidly changing area of Clinical Aesthetics. The Bachelor Degree equips you with an advanced level of knowledge and skills to combine science with clinical practice, giving you the confidence to work with clients and medical health professionals.

Learn:

  • The skills, knowledge, and thinking to analyse client problems and provide solutions within the Clinical Aesthetics and Dermal Therapy field
  • Ability to apply broad and comprehensive knowledge in Clinical Aesthetics and Dermal Therapy
  • The confidence to be part of a patient-centred health provision team
  • Ability to distinguish between evidence-based practice and common myths and misinformation
  • Skills to create better treatment plans for clients based on a solid grounding in sciences
  • Effective communication skills and associated knowledge required to interact with various medical specialists (in-house or through referrals), including those on the forefront of cosmetic medicine and cosmetic surgery
  • Course Type
    Bachelor Degree,Undergraduate
  • Study Modes
    Blended
  • Start Date
    7th May 2018

The Bachelor of Applied Health Science (Clinical Aesthetics) has been approved by the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Authority (TESQA), the government body responsible for maintaining quality assurance across all higher education providers.

  • Successful completion of the NSW HSC (or equivalent) ATAR of 65 and above
    OR
  • Admission to candidature for an undergraduate degree at an Australian university
    OR
  • Satisfactory completion of an approved Tertiary Preparation Program, Tertiary Orientation Program or a Foundation Year Program offered by a University, an accredited higher education provider or a Registered Training Organisation

Special entry may be applied if:

  • 21 years or over OR
  • Undertake an admissions interview, and
  • Submit your updated resumed detailing related work experience

The degree covers four streams giving students an advanced knowledge and inquiry in the following areas:

  • Human Biosciences
  • Applied Health Science
  • Health Communication and Management
  • Clinical Aesthetics Practice

 

Subjects include:

  • AHS101: Integumentary System
  • AHS102: Introduction to Applied Health Science
  • AHS201: Nutrition in Practice
  • AHS202: Cosmetic Chemistry
  • AHS301: Clinical Aesthetic Interventions
  • AHS302: Wellness and Anti-Ageing
  • HBS101: Human Structure and function 1
  • HBS102: Human Structure and Function 2
  • HBS201: Differential Diagnosis of Skin Disorders
  • HBS202: Patho-Physiology
  • HBS301: Stress, Ageing and the Skin
  • HBS302: Special Topics in Clinical Aesthetics
  • HCM101: Introduction to Professional Practice
  • HCM102: Professional Communications
  • HCM201: Critical Thinking and Research Skills
  • HCM202 Practice Management
  • HCM301: Psychology of Clinical Aesthetics
  • HCM302: Evidence-Based Practice
  • CAP101: Introduction to Clinical Practice
  • CAP102: Dermal Therapy 1
  • CAP201: Dermal Therapy 2
  • CAP202: Advanced Dermal Interventions
  • CAP302: Clinical Observation

Career options include:

  • Cosmetic Medical Clinics
  • Cosmetic Surgery Clinics
  • Aesthetics Clinics
  • Wellness and Healthy Ageing Clinics
  • Dermatology Clinics
  • Aesthetic Medical Practices
  • Aesthetics Industry Education
  • Emerging Specialist Aesthetic Disciplines
  • Cosmetic Research and Development Opportunities

FEE-HELP is available.

FEE-HELP is an Australian Government loan scheme that assists eligible higher education students enrolled in an approved fee paying place to pay their tuition fees.

Students who have previously completed or have experience in the Beauty or Health industry may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning. Students could be entitled for up to a maximum of 50% credit towards the Bachelor of Applied Health Science (Clinical Aesthetics).