Whatever your background, if you are truly interested in and passionate about Allied Health, there is a place for you at the UTS Graduate School of Health.
We offer innovative, practice-based Master's degrees that can get you into the fields of Allied Health career-ready. With a wide range of courses available, you’ll be sure to find your fit no matter your field of expertise.
At the Graduate School of Health, we welcome you not just as a student, but a partner in training. Our teams of academics are deeply committed to their professions and wish to see you succeed in your chosen career wherever that may take you - clinical settings, private practice, industry, roles with government, or on a research pathway to a PhD.
Perhaps you'll become an eye therapist and provide care and treatment for people of all ages with eye movement disorders and eye disease. Our Master of Orthoptics is open to anyone with a Bachelor’s degree so is perfect if you’re looking to pivot towards the Health Industry.
Or maybe you’ll choose Genetic Counselling and move into an evolving profession to facilitate adaptation to inherited conditions. Gain specialist counselling and communication skills to apply your genetics and genomics knowledge, and become qualified as an evidence-based client centred genetic counsellor.
Why not launch your career as a Speech Pathologist and enable more than 1.2 million Australians with communication or swallowing disorders to being included and participate equally in all parts of society? Speech pathologists work with clients from birth to older age, in private practices, schools, hospitals, health care and aged care settings.
Or choose to become a Physiotherapist and bring physical relief, such as to people suffering from musculoskeletal conditions and injuries. Physiotherapists provide education, exercises, and hands-on treatment alongside emotional support and self-help strategies, to empower them to improve their own health, strength and quality of life.
Maybe you'll pick Pharmacy and pursue a rewarding career path contributing to the health and lives of people in society. As a pharmacist you will hold a trusted professional role as a valued member of the healthcare team, often being the first health care professional patients see.
Or find your fit as a Clinical Psychologist and help people better understand the strands of their life, recognise their own intrinsic strengths, and learn skills to steer a path through their troubles. If you’re interested in people, have a passion for discovery, and are prepared to work through complex problems, clinical psychology might just be for you.
With so many options, you can be sure to find your path to becoming an Allied Health Professional with the UTS Graduate School of Health.