Health & Biomedicine course delivery plans

International students

Part-time study is generally not available to international student visa holders. Full-time study is required to complete within the duration of your eCoE.

View the international version of your course page to see relevant fee, admission and study mode information for international students.

In January 2017 all psychology and social work courses will become part of the College of Health and Biomedicine.

If you will be studying with VU, we strongly encourage you to attend your enrolment information session. First time enrolling students will receive information session details in their letter of offer. For re-enrolling students please see the enrolment schedule for details.

Please refer to your course delivery plan on this page to see if you need to enrol in subjects/units in a particular sequence. It is your responsibility to check that you have completed any pre-requisite and co-requisite units for your chosen units of study.

Plans are published as they become available.

If your delivery plan is not available yet, you can check your course structure by referring to your course page.

Enrolment for all courses is completed online.

Bachelor degree courses

Applied Science – HBAS

Biomedical Science – HBBS

Biomedical and Exercise Science – HBES (SBEX continuing students)

Biomedicine – HBBM

Dermal Science – HBDS

Health Science – HBHL

Health Science (Dermal Therapies) – HBTD (continuing students)

Health Science (Paramedic) – HBPX (continuing students)

Health Science (Paramedic)(Conversion Degree) – HBPA

Midwifery – HBMW (continuing students)

Midwifery & Nursing – HBMA

Nursing – HBNB

Paramedicine – HBPD

Psychological Studies – ABPA

Bachelor of Psychological Studies – ABPA:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Psychological Studies (Honours) – AHPA

Bachelor of Psychological Studies (Honours) – AHPA:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Psychological Studies/Business – ABPB

Bachelor of Psychological Studies/Business – ABPB:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Psychology (Honours) – ABPC

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) – ABPC:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Science (Psychology) – ABPY

Bachelor of Science (Psychology) – ABPY (available to continuing students only):

Science (Biomedical Sciences) – SBBS (continuing students)

Science (Clinical Sciences) – HBOP (continuing students)

Science (Honours)(Biomedical Sciences) – SHBM

Science (Honours)(Nutrition and Food Sciences) – SHNF

Science (Osteopathy) – HBSO

Social Work – ABSW

Bachelor of Social Work – ABSW:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Social Work (Honours) – ABSX

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) – ABSX:

Graduate Diploma courses

Care Coordination – HGCC

Counselling – AGPD

Graduate Diploma in Counselling – AGPD:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Psychology – AGPS

Graduate Diploma in Psychology – AGPS:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Master degree courses

Applied Psychology (Community Psychology) – AMAC

Master of Applied Psychology (Community Psychology) – AMAC:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Applied Psychology (Community Psychology) – AMPC

Master of Applied Psychology (Community Psychology) – AMPC (available to continuing students only):

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Applied Psychology (Clinical Psychology) – AMAL

Master of Applied Psychology (Clinical Psychology) – AMAL:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Counselling – AMPE

Master of Counselling – AMPE:

This course moved to the College of Health and Biomedicine in 2017.

Health Science (Osteopathy) – HMOP

Public Health (Global Nutrition and Active Living) – HMPG

Further information

Find out more about what happens on the day for students enrolling at VU for the first time, as well as re-enrolment processes for our returning students.

If you need to get extra advice from your course coordinator, please make an appointment with them prior to your enrolment session.