Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine)
CSU/AIHM Articulation Program
Students who have completed any of the Advanced Diploma courses in complementary medicine with the AIHM may be able to undertake further studies at the Charles Sturt University.
Students who have completed HLT50307 Diploma of Remedial Massage may gain credit for BMS191 Human Bioscience 1 and BMS192 Human Bioscience 2 (64points)
Students who have completed the Advanced Diploma qualifications at the AIHFE may gain credit for BMS191 Human Bioscience 1, BMS192 Human Bioscience 2, NUT201 Food and Health, BMS291 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 1, BMS292 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 2 and 1 x 8 point unspecified elective (Total credit on admission 96 points).
Applications for the Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine) close at the end of September and should be submitted to CSU before the 30th of September. Semester 1 commences in February and Semester 2 commences in July each year.
Students may be required to attend any residential schools as part of the Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine), depending on the electives chosen.
Students should contact Charles Sturt University directly on +61 2 69334019 to discuss their eligibility, course requirements and fee structure applicable to undertake this qualification.
The Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine) is a degree program administered and offered by the Charles Sturt University and as such all queries regarding the CSU components should be referred directly to them.
Bachelor of Social Science and Bachelor of Counselling
Students who complete CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling and CHC53315 Diploma of Mental Health may be eligible to apply for Bachelor of Social Science degree offered by Charles Sturt University (NSW) and Bachelor of counselling degree offered by Edith Cowan University (WA) with appropriate credits towards the study completed at the AIHFE. For details, please contact the relevant university as these degree programmes are directly administered by respective universities.