Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This flexible study option aims to develop critical thinking and research skills that are highly sought after in a competitive employment environment. Engage with contemporary global debates and developments, pursuing an area of interest, and further advance your theoretical knowledge and research skills supporting the discovery and translation of evidence into practice. Coursework elements will provide you with a solid foundation in research methods and the critical appraisal of literature to inform the application of a research project.
The program is a 240 points degree (8 x 30 credit point courses) which is available to graduates holding both three and four year qualifications. Credit can be applied for, and commonly a graduate with a 4 year degree can complete the program after successfully completing 4 (30 credit point) courses. This is one course per semester over two years of part-time study.
- Contemporary issues in health services management, Policy in health services management, Global health determinants, Research methods for health, Inquiry and analysis of Literature, Research Thesis A & B.
Standard entry requirements
Entry into the Master of Health program is predicated on completion of undergraduate study to third year or equivalent.Advanced Standing: Credit for up to four courses (120 credit points) may be granted to candidates who have successfully completed a fourth year of university study.Extra RequirementsApplicants must supply a current resume with their application.
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