This is perhaps a question better suited to Paging Dr, but I thought I'd give it a run here. I have been enrolled part time in a Bachelor of Health (Prof Honours) which is the first two years that leads into a final year qualifying for the Master of Public Health degree, which was my original aim. That course has recently been superseded and is no longer the lead in to the MPH, but is called Bachelor of Health and Human Services (Prof Honours) with an option of a third year leading to Master of Health and Human Services. As it currently stands, this degree is kind of interesting but won't really lead to anything in Clinical Psychology, career-advancement wise, or even day to day practice-wise. I really only started doing it because one of the electives was (is) Perinatal and Infant Mental Health, which is an area of Medicine/Allied Health that I'm very interested in. All core units are research, ethics, epidemiology, leadership, supervision etc based, and of much less interest to me, but definitely doable. So that's the background. I guess my question is, is a Bachelor of Health and Human Services of any use whatsoever to a prospective/hopeful Med student/doctor? Or would it be more use to try and get back on the MPH path (which is possible, apparently, but one of the units I've already done won't count - ironically, the PIMH unit mentioned above! :facepalm? Or neither will be particularly useful but could be interesting? Or something else? I'm trying to decide whether to enrol in the final core subject for first year, which is a very dry, leadership theories module which does not really excite me! Any practical advice would be greatly appreciated.