Undergraduate study at FMHS
Explore the subjects, programmes and courses that you can study at an undergraduate level in our faculty.
The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences is New Zealand's largest provider of medical and biomedical research.
The faculty was established in 1968 as the University of Auckland School of Medicine. Traditionally known for its training of doctors, the faculty now offers a full range of health and biomedical science programmes at undergraduate level.
We have a wide range of undergraduate study options designed to help you succeed in your desired health career; check them out below.
Do you know what areas of study interest you? Browse the subjects that we teach at an undergraduate level in FMHS.
Start your study journey in the medical and health sciences by selecting the programme that's right for you.
Each semester you'll enrol in different courses that comprise your undergraduate programme. These courses covere a range of topics relevant to your programme, from foundational skills and knowledge to elective courses based on topics of interest.