School of Population and Global Health - Single subject study by postgraduate qualification

The faculty provides single subject study through the Community Access Program.

Single subjects included in the CAP program may be undertaken with or without assessment— however in order to gain credit to a course, you must complete the subject with assessment.

Why study single subjects?

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Single subject study is useful for health professionals who are required to undertake mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity in order to maintain, improve and broaden their technical skills, knowledge, understanding, problem-solving and performance throughout their professional careers.

Get ready for postgraduate courses

You can undertake single subjects that you may need to meet the pre-requisites for various post-graduate courses within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. Alternatively, you can do a single subject to get an idea of what various courses may be like, and make an informed decision about pursuing further study.

Get skilled up for the modern workforce

Professionals may choose to undertake single-subject study to expand their knowledge and skills in their chosen field.

Take your career to new places through new interest areas

Single subject study also allows professionals to explore interest areas outside of their current work, without having to commit to a full degree. In doing so, they can expand their knowledge and open up opportunities to take their career in a new direction.

Explore all single subjects by interest area in the School of Population and Global Health

Earning formal qualifications

Single subjects can also be credited toward several formal qualifications within the School of Population and Global Health.

Find below the single subjects that are relevant to various graduate and specialist certificates

Graduate Certficates

Specialist Certificates

More information on the Community Access Program:

Find all single subjects offered through the Community Access Program in the handbook