Physiotherapy is a health profession concerned with prevention, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions and injuries that affect human function and movement. Physiotherapists plan and administer treatment programs to restore function or minimise dysfunction, which occurs across the lifespan due to illness, disease, ageing or injury.
The Bachelor of Physiotherapy requires you to complete 96 credit points. This will take 4 years if you study full time. Full time study consists of eight subjects (24 credit points) per year.
To view your course structure and plan your subjects, refer to the Course and Subject Handbook.
Contact your Divisional Enrolment Team if you are studying part time or have applied for credit for previous study - your study plan will be different.