Evaluate healthcare data to transform public health
UTS Online’s Graduate Certificate in Health Analytics is designed for professionals who are looking to develop the fundamental knowledge and skills to evaluate and apply health research and data to drive positive healthcare outcomes.
Delivered 100% online, you will gain immediately applicable skills to make a greater impact in your current role and prepare for future health challenges. Tailor your studies with the option to progress into a Master of Public Health, and choose to major in data analytics, sub-major in leadership, or select from a range of advanced electives to transform your career goals.
*Study plans and completion times might vary depending on commencement date, elective choice, leave and subject availability. **Fees are correct for 2024 and are revised annually.
Why study the Graduate Certificate in Health Analytics with UTS Online
Above world standard for Excellence in Research in Australia for Public Health & Health Services¹
Top 100 University Globally2
#9 Best University Under 50 in the World3
5 stars for excellence across 7 categories3
¹ERA 4/5, 2018 ²QS Rankings, 2024 3THE Young University Rankings, 2023
UTS Online’s Graduate Certificate in Health Analytics is made up of four study periods, and can be completed in as little as eight months. At the successful completion of this course, students will have the opportunity to enrol into the Graduate Diploma in Public Health, and onto the Master of Public Health.
Upcoming study periods
UTS Online courses have six intakes per year. The diagram below shows all upcoming
intakes, with the next intake highlighted in blue.
To gain entry into the Graduate Certificate in Health Analytics, applicants must have completed a UTS recognised bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent or higher qualification, or submitted other evidence of general and professional qualifications that demonstrates potential to pursue
Applicants who do not have an undergraduate degree but who have extensive relevant work experience in a healthcare or human services field may also be considered eligible.
Alternative admissions pathways may be available. Learn More
Eligibility for admission does not guarantee an offer of a place.
English language requirements
The English proficiency requirement for local applicants with international qualifications is: Academic IELTS: 6.5 overall with a writing score of 6.0; or TOEFL: paper-based: 550-583 overall with TWE of 4.5, internet-based: 79-93 overall with a writing score of 21; or AE5: Pass; or PTE: 58-64; or CAE: 176-184.
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One of our Student Enrolment Advisors can assist you with more information, including alternative pathways.
All units from the Graduate Certificate+4 Diploma unitsor continue studying
To assist with all or some of your tuition fees, FEE-HELP is available for eligible students. This government-supported loan scheme is designed to help eligible full-fee paying students pay their tuition fees.
To check your eligibility, feel free to speak with an Enrolment Advisor today.
Your previous studies can be acknowledged as credit towards your online postgraduate studies, provided that it meets the relevant course requirements.
If you receive a UTS offer of enrolment, and you’ve undertaken previous studies at another institution, you may be eligible to apply for recognition of prior learning. UTS doesn’t determine recognition of prior learning until an offer of enrolment is accepted.
To see if you’re eligible to receive RPL, speak with an Enrolment Advisor today.
Associate Professor Jane Frawley is a dedicated and committed public health professional. Her research primarily focuses on women's and children's health, with an emphasis on global child and adolescent well-being, equitable access to healthcare, infectious diseases, and immunisation.
Jane serves as the convenor of the Women and Children's Health Collaborative within the UTS research institution INSIGHT. She also holds the position of Chair for the Advocacy Working Group in the Council of Academic Public Health Institutions Australasia (CAPHIA). Furthermore, she is a founding and ongoing committee member of the Collaboration on Social Science and Immunization (COSSI). COSSI serves as a network of researchers, clinicians, individuals involved in immunization policy and practice, and consumer representatives collaborating to enhance vaccine acceptance and uptake. Additionally, she co-chairs the Service Delivery and Program Support Working Group for the Australian Regional Immunization Alliance (ARIA).
Associate Professor Jane Frawley
Course Director Master of Public Health, School of Public Health
Have you completed the following in the last 10 years?
An Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited Level 1 program in psychology (or equivalent) with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 5.0 out of 7.
Please note: Psychology qualifications from overseas must be assessed by the Australian Psychological Society (APS) as equivalent to an APAC accredited Level 1 program in Psychology. This assessment must be included in the application.
If you haven't fulfilled the requirements, you might want to explore our 100% online Graduate Diploma in Psychology program as an alternative.