Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Science by Research (Health Sciences) enables students to undertake supervised research studies in one or more of the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine's research areas and groups. It is an internationally recognised research degree and is a pathway to PhD studies. Potential areas for research opportunity include: Anatomy Evidence-Based Practice, Nutrition & Dietetics, Genetics, Health Professions, Education, Immunology, Indigenous Health, Medical Ethics, Medical Research, Neuroscience, Physiology/Pharmacology, Physiotherapy, Public Health, Sports and Exercise Science, Sports Management, Stem Cells, and Urology. Bond University research students have access to the specialist expertise of our internationally published academics as well as state-of-the-art facilities.
Honours graduates seeking scientific research expertise to enable pathway to both academic and executive careers in the health and pharmaceutical industries and related fields
- Evidence-based practice
- Nutrition and dietetics
- Health professions education
- Indigenous health
- Medical ethics
- Medical research
- Public health
- Sports and exercise science
- Sports management
- Stem cells
Standard entry requirements
- The minimum requirements for this program is a University Bachelor's degree with Honours in a relevant discipline, with evidence of the ability to conduct supervised research
- Or a qualification or combination of qualifications deemed to be equivalent by the Faculty Research Committee.
Graduates may also wish to continue their studies with a Doctor of Philosophy (Health Sciences and Medicine) program.
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Prior to formal application, students need to give consideration to the specific research topic they wish to investigate. This should be determined in consultation with a Faculty academic staff member in order to see whether the Faculty can provide appropriate supervision and whether the candidate is familiar enough with the research area to be able to undertake specialised study in that field. After consultation with a member of academic staff, applicants should write an 800-1200 word statement indicating the area in which the research is to be conducted. This statement should include: a proposed topic, a budget proposal for resources required for project, prior research conducted that relates to the proposal, literature references that provide relevant background, possible research methodologies (where relevant) and the name of the potential supervisor within the Faculty.