Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences
About the faculty
AUT’s Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences offers an extensive range of programmes and a diverse, rich research profile spanning health, sport and science.
Our mission is to prepare our graduates for enriching and viable careers and to advance knowledge through research. We actively foster and maintain collaborative links with other universities, clinical providers and industry partners both in New Zealand and internationally. We offer an innovative and engaging learning environment for our students. Our programmes and research degrees are designed to challenge students and prepare them with the knowledge and skills to thrive in their future careers.
The Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences hosts various research institutes and centres, and has five schools:
- Clinical Sciences
- Interprofessional Health Studies
- Public Health and Psychosocial Studies
- Sport and Recreation
The Faculty’s Executive Team consists of the Dean, seven Associate Deans and five Heads of School. Each school also has a Head of Research and a Head of Postgraduate Studies. For details, please refer to our contact page.
Last updated: 17-Oct-2017 9.09am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.