Health Sciences

Courses

Nursing

Do you want to be a competent, ethical clinician, a creative and critical thinker, an independent lifelong learner and a professional nurse? Australian Catholic University’s Nursing courses aim to prepare students as professional nurses who can work in a variety of health-care organisations and community settings.
ACU’s nursing programs are currently accredited, and are undergoing accreditation review by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) for 2018 intake. Graduates of an accredited course will be eligible for registration as registered nurses with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Undergraduate

Postgraduate


Midwifery

Midwifery goes beyond the birth of babies. Core midwifery skills include managing normal pregnancy and childbirth and providing effective postnatal maternal and newborn care. Graduates will be eligible for endorsement as a midwife upon completion.

Undergraduate


Paramedicine

Paramedics play a vital role in our healthcare system. They respond to triple zero calls for medical assistance, provide crucial out of hospital care, and transport patients to medical facilities for further treatment. ACU paramedicine degrees are aimed at developing proactive and adaptable graduates who are competent and ethical paramedics.

Undergraduate

Postgraduate