Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Programmes and courses
A programme refers to a qualification. The faculty offers a range of programmes.
- Certificate in Health Sciences (CertHSc) (for Māori and Pacific students)
- Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)
- Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)
- Bachelor of Nursing (BNurs)
- Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)
- Bachelor of Optometry (BOptom)
- Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science Specialisation) (BSc) (Biomed)
- Conjoint degrees
- Postgraduate certificates (including Certificate of Proficiency)
- Diplomas, graduate diplomas and postgraduate diplomas
- Bachelors (Honours)
How to Apply for Admission to a programme.
When you know which programme(s) you want to study, visit our courses page to find the relevant course prescriptions and availability. You need to apply for a programme and accept an offer of a place before you can enrol in a course.
Subjects may have a dedicated programme, for example a Master of Health Psychology or subjects may be named specialisations within a programme, for example a Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health in Pacific Health.
Some programmes cover several subjects, for example a Master of Health Leadership may include the specialisation subjects of Health Management, International Health, or Clinical Quality and Saftey, depending on which of these specialisation pathways is chosen.
Information on our programmes and subjects is also available on the Universiy of Auckland central Study Options website.
Continuing education courses
Our faculty runs a variety of relevant, health-practitioner focused courses for continuing education.
- Advanced Clinical Skills Centre (ACSC)
- Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education (CMHSE)
- Postgraduate short courses
- Simulation Centre for Patient Safety (SCPS)
- The Goodfellow Unit