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Graduate Certificate of Communicable Disease Control

Equip yourself with the specialist skills to help control, eliminate and eradicate communicable diseases locally, regional or internationally.

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in QLD for median graduate salary, $110,300* *Good Universities Guide 2021, PG Medicine ratings

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in QLD for student support* *Good Universities Guide 2021, PG Medicine ratings

Location

Available to off-shore students only

Commencing

  • Online: February, July

Fees

$20,140.00+

+estimated annual tuition fee
Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Scholarships and financial aid available if eligible

Duration

6 months full-time

or part-time equivalent

Entry Requirements

AQF level 7 bachelor degree in health or closely related discipline; or At least 5 years’ experience in a health profession

Course Code

119011

Course detail

Real stories

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    Lecturer

    Dr Diana P. Rojas

    Public Health and Tropical Medicine

    A transdisciplinary approach, One Health, that recognises the interconnections between people, animals, and their shared environment is the key approach to control the known communicable diseases threats and prevent new ones from emerging. Join us to get the skills to help prevent the next outbreak or pandemic.

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    Lecturer

    Lars Henning

    Associate Professor

    Having worked and lived in Asia and Africa, I have seen the impact CDC experts can have on outcome of epidemics. JCU’s Graduate Certificate of Communicable Disease Control consists of a unique set of subjects that will prepare you for the challenges lying ahead. Be sure the next outbreak will come.