School of Public Health and Community Medicine

BIPH Progression

Suggested Program Pathway
Full-time Enrolment - Term 1 Start
Year Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
1

UNSW General Education elective 1

YMED1001 Introduction to Public Health

YMED1005 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology

YMED1008 Introduction to Global Health

UNSW General Education elective 2

PHCM1001 International Indigenous Health

YMED1003 General Biology

PHCM2003 Health Promotion

2

PHCM2001 Epidemiology

PHCM2004 Communicable Disease

PHCM2002 Biostatistics

PHCM2006 Public Health Policy and Programs

PHCM2009 Global Chronic Disease Prevention and Control

PHCM2005 Principles of Prevention and Public Health Surveillance

PHCM2007 Health Leadership

PHCM / YMED Elective 1

3

PHCM3001 Ethics in Public Health

PHCM / YMED Elective 2

PHCM / YMED Elective 3

YMED3005 Comparative Health System

PHCM3007 Applied Public Health Practice

PHCM / YMED Elective 4

PHCM3003 Public Health Capstone

YMED3007 Environmental and Occupational Health

 

Suggested Program Pathway
Full-time Enrolment - Term 3 Start
Year Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
1    

PHCM1001 International Indigenous Health

YMED1005 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology

UNSW General Education elective 1

2

YMED1001 Introduction to Public Health

PHCM2001 Epidemiology

UNSW General Education elective 2

YMED1003 General Biology

YMED1008 Introduction to Global Health

PHCM2003 Health Promotion

PHCM2005 Principles of Prevention and Public Health Surveillance

PHCM2007 Health Leadership

3

PHCM2004 Communicable Disease

PHCM3001 Ethics in Public Health

PHCM / YMED Elective 1

PHCM2002 Biostatistics

PHCM2006 Public Health Policy and Programs

PHCM2009 Global Chronic Disease Prevention and Control

YMED3007 Environmental and Occupational Health

PHCM / YMED Elective 2

4

PHCM3007 Applied Public Health Practice

PHCM / YMED Elective 3

PHCM / YMED Elective 4

PHCM3003 Public Health Capstone

YMED3005 Comparative Health System

 

 

For the full BIPH program structure, university rules and requirements view the UNSW Handbook.

Student’s intending to enrol in the BIPH part-time, or converting to/from a full-time load to part-time load are encouraged to contact the SPHCM for course progression advice.

Conversion of ASU grades to UNSW grades - ASU uses a letter grading system (A, B, C, D, F) whereas UNSW uses Fail, Pass, Credit, Distinction and High Distinction. Grades received from ASU courses will be converted to an equivalent UNSW grade that appears on your transcript. The grade conversion table can be found here: www.plusalliance.org/biph/unsw-students