The Bachelor of Paramedicine (Professional Entry) provides an opportunity for paramedics with a non-degree qualification to obtain a Bachelor of Paramedicine. This degree aims to build upon skills and knowledge acquired in Diploma courses. Providing a platform for broadening career options and entry into postgraduate studies, it will develop a proactive and adaptable graduate who will be a competent, ethical clinician. Students will graduate with the disciplinary foundations necessary to contribute to a healthier Australian society. Graduates will have a deeper understanding of the challenges and complexities of what makes populations healthy and what makes them sick. Students will have the opportunity to further their studies in leadership, communication and clinical education. Ultimately graduates will be expected to be capable in leadership, with developing research skills and wider knowledge to bring to their profession. Specifically, the course aims to:prepare graduates to apply best evidence, sound judgement and strategy to pre-hospital health problems develop skills in communication, personal leadership and performance accountability necessary to be effective leaders in pre-hospital care foster in students the importance of professional excellence and accountability provide graduates with the competencies for entry into a wide range of roles in the field of pre-hospital care foster a commitment to lifelong learning provide a deeper awareness of evidence based solutions for disadvantaged communities and individuals.