The Ageing in Society course has been designed to produce leaders in the field of ageing who will be able to develop new approaches and policies that help shift the focus to a more positive and holistic view of ageing. The subjects aim to give students a greater understanding of the complex implications of ageing populations and workforces and access the career opportunities in this rapidly expanding sector. Undertaking single subjects allow you the opportunity to study according to your interest and expertise and specialise in the area of your choice. Students taking the course from overseas are not required to have an international student visa.
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Single subject options
The subjects available for study include:
Find Out More Entry requirements To be considered for entry to a single subject in the Ageing in Society course, you are required to have:
- An undergraduate degree in any discipline, or equivalent; and
- Documented evidence of at least two years' professional work experience.
Meeting these requirements makes you eligible for selection but does not guarantee selection. Applicants are required to satisfy the university’s English language requirements for postgraduate courses. For those applicants seeking to meet these requirements by one of the standard tests approved by the Academic Board, performance band 6.5 is required.
|Ageing in Society||12.5|
|Body of Ageing||12.5|
|Economics of Ageing||12.5|
|Ethics of Ageing||12.5|
|Ageing Health and Human Services||12.5|
|Design for Ageing||12.5|
|End of Life Issues||12.5|
|Global Population Ageing||12.5|
|Leadership for an Ageing Workforce||12.5|
|Mental Health and Ageing||12.5|
|Shifting Paradigms in Ageing||12.5|
|Technology and Ageing||12.5|
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Last updated January 13, 2018