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Are you an avid dancer who is looking for a career in the Health industry? Interested in learning about how movement can increase overall fitness & health? Want to help dancers be their best? If you’re looking for a rewarding career that combines your love of dance with your interest in health, then a Bachelor of Health Science (Dance) is perfect for you. Throughout your degree you will learn how health science and movement can be used together in order to improve a dancer’s performance, stamina and overall technique.
Opportunities to put your Bachelor of Health Science (Dance) degree into practice are available in both the public and private sector, with government organisations also offering employment for recent graduates. With the right amount of ambition, skill and passion, you can carve out your own career in the Health & Dance industry – regardless of which direction you want to take.
If you’re interested in taking your love of Health Science & Dance to the next level, then we here at ACPE are here to help. Once you graduate with a Bachelor of Health Science (Dance), a range of further study options will then become available to you. Depending on what interests you and where you’d like to work, there is a range of post-graduate study options available to you. Below we’ve listed just a couple of the study pathways that our graduates have taken:
Our Personal Career Program is also available to each of our students, in order to help them set out professional goals for their future. This service is great for students who aren’t sure about which areas of the Health or Dance industry they’re interested in working in, but who do know that their degree from ACPE will help them get there.
Increase in employment for private dance teachers in the next 5 years
Increase in employment for social professionals in the next 5 years
of dance teachers / instructors have attained a bachelor's degree
On campus study options available.
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