Anatomy is the study of the structure and function of the human body. We offer a range of courses with a specialisation in human anatomy. High quality resources and state-of-the-art technology support our teaching. Anatomy is taught in a range of courses within the College of Science, Health and Engineering, as well as being a core subject within most of the disciplines of the School of Allied Health.
Some of the careers that our Anatomy graduates have gone on to pursue include:
- research centres and academic institutions,
- pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies,
- private sector hospitals, medical centres and healthcare organisations,
- scientific publishing firms,
- scientific sales and marketing companies.
You can study anatomy through a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses including Health and Biomedical Sciences. Short courses are also available. Our industry cadetship program allows you to gain paid workplace experience between semesters, giving you the chance to build on your skills and build your career.
- Mental Wellbeing and Disease
- Muscular and Skeletal Anthropometry
- Neuroscience of Pain
- Scholarship of Teaching in Anatomy
Apply for research
Please visit the Graduate School of Research website for detailed information about how to apply for a graduate research degree.