Honours Program

Public health, with its focus on populations, is about answering some of the big questions in health.

We have a large focus on clinical research and clinical epidemiology.

The School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (SPHPM) is the second biggest School within the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University. The School provides a strong research environment with millions of dollars in research funding. SPHPM is well known nationally and internationally for providing leadership in understanding, advancement, education and practical application of the discipline of public health issues and practices thereby improving health outcomes for the Australian community. The SPHPM principle expertise lies in epidemiology (including clinical epidemiology), biostatistics, health economics, large scale clinical data-management and health services research.

Our Honours program offers a career path into many areas of public health and clinical research. The School runs three Honours Streams:

Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours)

BMedSc (Hons)

>> Prospective students

>> Current students

 

Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours)

BBiomedSc (Hons)

>> Prospective students

>> Current students

 

Bachelor of Health Science (Honours)

BHSc (Hons)

>> Current and
prospective students

Honours Projects Available 2018

Click here to open the SPHPM Honours Project Booklet listing available projects for 2018.

For further info about a particular research project, check out the project description in the online database.

For further info regarding individual projects, please contact the project supervisor directly via email as listed in the Project Booklet.

 

2017 AMREP Honours Info Night

Thursday 14 September, 6pm – 8pm

AMREP Lecture Theatre (see map)
89 Commercial Road, Melbourne VIC 3004
(200m east of the main Alfred Hospital entrance)

Explore the research opportunities available to you at the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and Central Clinical School, located at the Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct (AMREP).

A great opportunity to meet our staff and students and see first-hand the exciting research projects on offer. Pizza and refreshments will be served.

NOTE: Places are limited – REGISTER HERE
by Friday 8 Sep