Wellness at RMIT is a multidisciplinary group involved in teaching, research and community engagement in the area of wellness and various aspects of holistic health and health care delivery. It is a specialist section of the School of Health Sciences. Wellness offers a variety of postgraduate degrees, undergraduate elective courses, single courses and short courses which are primarily delivered via online and distance learning. They are designed to cater for a wide range of interests, with graduates gaining professional qualifications as well as personal wellness skills.
What is wellness?
The wellness field is emerging through a coalescence of sectors such as the spa and fitness industries, complementary healthcare, and health promotion. The Master of Wellness program seeks to develop the knowledge and skills essential for graduates to gain employment (including self-employment) in the growing field of wellness. Work opportunities are evident through the international demand for a wellness-oriented program that will provide quality graduates who can offer wellness teaching, coaching, advice and support in a range of clinical, corporate and community settings.
Wellness programs, courses and research
- A range of undergraduate electives which provide students with interesting choices in the wellness area
- Short and single courses for those not actually enrolled in an RMIT program
- Postgraduate coursework in the Master of Wellness
- Research including supervision of Masters and PhD students, and other funded projects.
School of Health Sciences
PO Box 71, Bundoora VIC 3083
Tel.: +61 3 9925 7376
Fax: +61 3 9925 7503
Building 201, Level 4, Room 23
Bundoora, Victoria, Australia