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Study the Bachelor of Podiatry Practice (Honours) at CQUniversity and equip yourself with the knowledge and skills required to practice as a Podiatrist.
If you have already completed a health-related degree, we’ll recognise your prior learning so you can complete your Bachelor of Podiatry sooner.
Feet are fascinating and complex – they carry our weight for thousands of kilometres in a lifetime, they contain a quarter of the bones in the human body, and there are over 200 different identified foot conditions.
Ever wanted to be at the cutting edge of a profession? Pedorthics is a new allied health specialisation that focuses on biomechanics and improving foot function to promote better mobility.
This double degree equips students with the skills to become both a podiatrist and a pedorthist, extending their possibilities in the design and manufacture of footwear and orthotics to treat foot and lower limb conditions.
The only degree of its type in South Australia, you will train as a podiatrist to diagnose and treat disorders of the foot and lower limb.
CSU's four-year podiatry course features a strong emphasis on clinical practice supported by on-campus workplace learning experiences at CSU's Community Engagement and Wellness Centre.
Podiatrists are best known for treating problems that people commonly experience with their feet, but they are increasingly playing an important role in addressing chronic conditions, such as diabetes.
Commencing semester 1: 4 years full-time as accelerated (equivalent to 4.