After completing two years of study in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy program (1589) or Bachelor of Physiotherapy program, high-achieving students with a Grade Point Average of at least 5.0 are eligible to apply to transfer to the Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) program (1579).
Similar to the Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree, these candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to begin practicing clinical physiotherapy. Students seeking a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honors will also gain and demonstrate advanced knowledge and research-related abilities throughout their final two years of study.
Following accreditation, students will be able to register to practice as physiotherapists in Australia and then pursue research degrees such as a Master's or Doctor of Philosophy.
What you will study
From week one, students in Griffith University's physiotherapy program learn how to manage the human body in an ethical and responsible manner with a focus on practical application.
A physiotherapy bachelor's degree has no majors and only essential modules. To further categorize the essential elements, theoretical and physiotherapy-specific units might be added.
Recognize the role that physiotherapy plays in relation to the needs for community health and societal health priorities.
Display a degree of ethics and professionalism at least commensurate with that expected of a physiotherapy graduate.
Learn about human movement sciences, medical conditions, and surgical treatments to understand the psychological, social, economic, and cultural aspects of diseases and their community impact.
the ability to deliver a safe, structured, and appropriate physical therapy evaluation.
Consider issues in professional practice, characterize them, and find solutions using logical, analytical, and critical thinking.
Possessing the ability to analyze, comprehend, and develop appropriate short- and long-term goals based on physical assessment and diagnosis.
capacity for decision-making, safe intervention execution, and accurate progression monitoring.
It effectively conveys ideas in a variety of professional and interpersonal settings.
Engage in socially beneficial activities and comfort oneself in public in a moral and responsible manner.
Physiotherapists work to enhance movement and function in individuals and populations across the lifespan, especially when present or anticipated impairments and disabilities relate to the musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory, and neurological systems.
Physiotherapists can be found working in a variety of settings, including:
Community health centers,
Sports teams, and the armed forces.
Physiotherapists can also serve as professors or researchers at universities and offer guidance to businesses and governmental bodies.
In order to be considered for this program, students must have successfully completed both the first and second years of the Bachelor of Physiotherapy program.
Students in this program will finish the 30 credit-point dissertations in Years 3 and 4, subject to the program director's judgment and the following requirements.
At the end of the second year of the Bachelor of Physiotherapy program, all coursework must have a GPA of at least 5.0.
English Language Requirements
The minimum English language competence requirement for applicants to this program is an overall IELTS score of 6.5 with no subtest score below 6.0.
TOEFL - 79/120
PTE - 58/90
For International Students: AUD 44,500 (80 CP)