The ANU College of Health and Medicine (CHM) encourages domestic students who want to pursue an interest in population health to enrol in individual courses that form part of the Master of Public Health program; this is called non-award enrolment. Non-award enrolment is study that does not lead to a degree. You will be asked to fulfil all course requirements, including attendance and assessment, and will receive a formal grade at the end of the course. If, later, you would like to attempt a Master of Public Health program, you will be able to count your non-award courses as status towards that study (within seven years).
The following are introductory online courses and can be taken as non-award courses for professional development for health and allied health professionals.
Find out more: Applying for non-award study
RSPH students enrolled in research-only degrees (PhD or MPhil) should contact HDR Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org), to enquire about options to undertake coursework as part of their program.
If you are currently enrolled at another Australian university and wish to complete an individual course at ANU to count towards your degree from that university, you can apply for cross-institutional enrolment. You must fulfil all course requirements, including attendance and assessment, and will receive a formal grade at the end of the course. Find out more: Applying for cross-institutional study