Single Subject Study
Passionate about natural health but aren’t ready to commit to a full degree? Single subject study at Endeavour may be for you!
Single subject study, also called non-award study, allows you to enrol in up to five individual subjects from our natural health degrees.
If you are considering a career in natural health, single subject study is a great way to get started and find the modality that’s right for you. Practitioners can enrol to learn new skills, or for professional development. If you have a special area of interest and would love to learn more, single subject study allows you to tailor your learning to grow your passion for natural health.
Single subjects are available online and on campus at Endeavour's locations around Australia, providing you with the flexibility to balance your study and lifestyle. View the full list of subject and study modes.
Subjects offered on campus can be commenced in either Semester 1 (February) or Semester 2 (July) of each year. Online subjects are offered throughout the year:
Ready to start your natural health journey? Apply online or submit your enrolment form today or call us on 1300 462 887!
Postgraduate non-award enrolment
Non-award enrolment in Advanced Academic Writing is available to graduates who have completed a Bachelor degree or equivalent in a health-related field. Evidence of equivalency to a Bachelor qualification must be provided by Endeavour’s Educational Pathways. Advanced Academic Writing is offered fully online and provides training and support to practitioners interested in successfully publishing peer-reviewed journal articles. Successful completion of Advanced Academic Writing may also be used as advanced standing for application to an Honours Program at Endeavour for those eligible.
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Single Subject Study Options
BIOB111 Chemistry and Biochemistry
BIOC211 Pathology and Clinical Science 1
BIOH111 Human Biological Science 1
BIOH122 Human Biological Science 2
BIOO211 Biochemistry for Complementary Therapists
CMPF121 Introduction to Chinese Medicine
CMPR121 TCM Assessment and Differentiation
HOMC111 Introduction to Homeopathy
HOMC121 Homeopathic Acute Prescribing
HOMM122 Comparative Materia Medica
HOMT122 Homeopathic Case Taking
MSTN211 Nutrition, Exercise and Lifestyle
MSTP211 Introduction to Musculoskeletal Therapies
NATE121 History and Philosophy of Natural Medicine
NATF311 Flower Essence Therapy
NATP111 Naturopathic Philosophy
NMDS111 Sociology of Food
NMDS122 Sociology of Food for Complementary Medicine
RESW511 Advanced Academic Writing
SOCB311 Behavioural Change and Health Promotion
SOCE311 Establish and Manage a Practice
SOCF111 Foundations of Communication and Counselling
SOCF311 Foundations of Public Health for Complementary Medicine
SOCH111 History of Healing
SOCQ121 Foundations of Critical Enquiry
SOCS221 Sociology for Complementary Medicine
WHMF124 Herbal Therapeutic Preparations
This page was last updated on Friday 25 November 2016.