The Faculty of Health offers a range of postgraduate qualifications.
Choose a postgraduate programme from our range of degrees and health specialisations, designed to meet the growing demand for qualified professionals in the health and wellbeing sector.
The courses are delivered flexibly so you can fit study with work commitments, led by Faculty members who are experts in their field.
There are seven subjects available within the postgraduate Health programme: Health Leadership and Management, Health Policy, Planning and Service Delivery, Health Promotion, Midwifery , Nursing, Professional Practice, and Workplace Health and Safety.
Build on your experience and broaden your knowledge with a Postgraduate Certificate in Health.
Advance your knowledge with specialist study in midwifery practice and complex care.
Take your degree further and apply this knowledge to your workplace to improve nursing care and patient outcomes.
Take your degree and experience to the next level with a postgraduate diploma in an area of health that benefits your career.
Develop your knowledge, skills and professional confidence further with a Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing Science.
Enhance your degree with a postgraduate qualification and gain the advanced knowledge and skills you need to succeed in the health care sector.
The Master of Health Care is closed to new applicants from 2019. The Master of Health is replacing this degree.
Broaden your knowledge with high-level research into an area of health care that interests you.
Build on your knowledge and skills with advanced study of nursing science. Improve your clinical practice or focus on an area of specialist expertise.
Become a leader in health theory, practice and policy. Make a difference in health settings in New Zealand with original, applied research.
Develop and grow your leadership in midwifery. Enhance your career and make a difference with original, applied research through a Doctor of Midwifery.
Develop and enhance your leadership in nursing. Build on your career and make a difference in health settings with original, applied research with a DNurs.
Conduct advanced original research and earn a PhD with the Faculty of Health.
There are opportunities to undertake research in a range of health related areas under supervision from researchers of national and international repute.