Bachelor of Applied Science (Indigenous Professional Practices)
The topics covered in the Indigenous Community Health course include the application of Indigenous knowledge, primary healthcare, health promotion, community development concepts and practice, and project development, implementation and evaluation.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (Indigenous Professional Practices) provides you the opportunity to learn in a culturally appropriate environment about Indigenous mental health and community development.
What you will learn
apply, demonstrate and compile academic knowledge and principles in a variety of contexts to promote self-directed and independent learning
think critically and creatively to generate solutions in an academic environment; apply logical processes in problem solving
access, evaluate, synthesise information from multiple sources in order to make valid judgements
communicate effectively with consideration of audience and purpose, demonstrating respect for others and cultural awareness
use technology appropriately to develop research skills, access resources and to communicate effectively to a wide community
be self-motivated and take responsibility for one's own learning; develop life-long learning skills to source new and relevant information
consider global and cultural issues from a variety of perspectives
demonstrate respect for cultural diversity within Indigenous Australia, the wider community and University environment; respect and promote cultural diversity
work ethically and professionally both within a team and independently; develop a positive sense of Indigenous identity to empower others in the wider community
Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Science & Mathematics courses at Curtin University.