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Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Clinical Psychology gives you the opportunity to upgrade your professional qualifications, knowledge and s…
Entry Requirements
Master of Clinical Psychology Applicants must possess: personal suitability to undertake professional practice as a psychologist a four-year APAC-accredited qualification in psychology at Honours 2A level or better (or an equivalent qualification) full registration as a psychologist   Additional admission criteriaApplicants must provide the following:evidence of general registration with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA)a completed Master of Clinical Psychology Supplementary Application Formreferences from two professional and two academic referees, submitted via the online National Psychology Reference SystemPlease note that the National Psychology Reference system is now used by all Australian Universities. To be able to use the system, you will need to have an active subscription. The cost is $25 and can be paid for through the 'My Account' section in the payment tab.   For full details, please refer to the interactive user guide for students, referees and administration users and the Psychological Reference Guide. While the university encourages applicants to make every effort to obtain the required number of referee reports, it is recognised that some applicants may have difficulty arranging two academic referees. These applicants are advised to explain in a covering letter attached to their application the circumstances that prevented them from meeting this requirement. In these circumstances, applicants should provide additional professional referee reports. Selection interviewThe most competitive applicants are contacted by the selection committee for a telephone interview. This is the final stage in the selection process, and a formal offer of a place in the course may follow shortly after a successful interview. Applicants who are selected for interview will receive further information in advance of the interview.
Intake Months
Mar
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Financial Support
Austudy
Graduate Satisfaction
78.20%

Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Clinical Psychology gives you the opportunity to upgrade your professional qualifications, knowledge and s…
Entry Requirements
Master of Clinical Psychology Applicants must possess: personal suitability to undertake professional practice as a psychologist a four-year APAC-accredited qualification in psychology at Honours 2A level or better (or an equivalent qualification) full registration as a psychologist   Additional admission criteriaApplicants must provide the following:evidence of general registration with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA)a completed Master of Clinical Psychology Supplementary Application Formreferences from two professional and two academic referees, submitted via the online National Psychology Reference SystemPlease note that the National Psychology Reference system is now used by all Australian Universities. To be able to use the system, you will need to have an active subscription. The cost is $25 and can be paid for through the 'My Account' section in the payment tab.   For full details, please refer to the interactive user guide for students, referees and administration users and the Psychological Reference Guide. While the university encourages applicants to make every effort to obtain the required number of referee reports, it is recognised that some applicants may have difficulty arranging two academic referees. These applicants are advised to explain in a covering letter attached to their application the circumstances that prevented them from meeting this requirement. In these circumstances, applicants should provide additional professional referee reports. Selection interviewThe most competitive applicants are contacted by the selection committee for a telephone interview. This is the final stage in the selection process, and a formal offer of a place in the course may follow shortly after a successful interview. Applicants who are selected for interview will receive further information in advance of the interview.
Intake Months
Mar
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Financial Support
Austudy
Graduate Satisfaction
78.20%

Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Medical Science is the platform for you to deepen your research or specialist expertise across medical sci…
Entry Requirements
Master of Medical Science (with specialisations) This course is available to applicants who hold either a 3 or 4 year undergraduate bachelor degree in a relevant area or one of the following CSU Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diplomas: Graduate Certificate in Respiratory Science Graduate Certificate in Asthma and Respiratory Management Graduate Diploma of Genetic Counselling Applicants intending to complete the pathology specialisation will be required to have a minimum of 2 years full-time employment as a medical laboratory scientist (or equivalent).
Intake Months
Mar, Jul
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online

Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Paramedicine (with specialisations) provides a higher level of knowledge and skills to prepare you for adv…
Entry Requirements
Master of Paramedicine (with specialisations) Students must have completed a 3 year undergraduate degree in paramedicine. Admission in this course can be directly at the Master level or follow from the completion of the Graduate Diploma of Paramedicine (with specialisations). Graduate Diploma of Paramedicine (with specialisations) Students must have completed a 3 year undergraduate degree in paramedicine. Applicants with extensive industry experience and practicing as intensive care paramedics will also be eligible to enter the course. Admission in this course can be directly at the Graduate Diploma level or follow from the completion of the Graduate Certificate in Paramedicine (with specialisations). Graduate Certificate in Paramedicine (with specialisations) Students must have completed a 3 year undergraduate degree in paramedicine. Applicants with extensive industry experience and practicing as intensive care paramedics will also be eligible to enter the course.
Intake Months
Mar, Jul
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online

Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology develops the knowledge, skills and core competencies required to work as a pr…
Entry Requirements
All students applying for admission to the Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology MUST apply to ESSA for GRADUATE ENTRY ASSESSMENT for Postgraduate Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) study. NB: Exercise Science Accreditation (AES) from ESSA does not meet this requirement. Entry into the Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology is competitive based on GPA and requires both: 1. An undergraduate degree in or related to the field of exercise and sports science or equivalent qualification that meets Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) requirements; and 2. An approved Graduate Entry Assessment for Postgraduate Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) study letter from Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) indicating that all Exercise Science knowledge and skills criteria are met (other than apparently healthy practicum hours). Applicants that do not satisfy all Exercise Science knowledge and skills criteria may not be assessed for admission and will be referred to the Diploma of Exercise Studies to address knowledge and skill deficits. Applicants who have satisfied all of the entry criteria, but have not completed all apparently healthy placement hours prior to the start of the academic year, are considered to have met admission criteria and will be assessed based on competitiveness. Students interested in applying for this course are strongly encouraged to submit their assessment for Graduate Entry (GE) with ESSA prior to 30 September in the year prior to seeking admission. This is important to ensure that the ESSA GE assessment letter or the ESSA notification of submission of GE, is attached to the admission application. Details regarding how to apply for the GE Assessment can be found on the ESSA website (https://www. essa. org. au/). ESSA will perform a preliminary assessment for postgraduate study based on academic transcripts that are yet to include grades from a final session of undergraduate study. Applicants awaiting receipt of a final academic transcript are encouraged to apply for an ESSA GE assessment.
Intake Months
Mar
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Financial Support
Austudy
Graduate Satisfaction
67.80%

Masters (Coursework)

Each specialisation and the generic course in this master's program offers you the choice between two study pathways – t…
Entry Requirements
Master of Medical Radiation Science (with specialisations) All students enter the Master of Medical Radiation Science (with specialisations), once admitted to the course they can elect to transfer to a specialisation or remain in the ‘generic’ course (i. e. complete without a specialisation). Student can only complete one specialisation. To be eligible for admission to this course students must: hold a minimum of an AQF 7 degree in medical radiation science; have registration as a Medical Radiation Scientist with the Australian Health Professional Regulation Agency. International students should provide evidence of registration with local authorities; have completed a minimum of 1 year full-time employment as a medical radiation scientist. Applicants considering the computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) specialisations are expected to have had clinical experience with these modalities.
Intake Months
Mar, Jul
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online

Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Health Services Management equips you to deliver efficiency, effectiveness and high-quality service at per…
Entry Requirements
Master of Health Services Management An undergraduate degree or eligible AHPRA registration where the current standard is a bachelor pass degree and 2 years of experience in the health services industry. Graduate Diploma of Health Services Management An undergraduate degree or eligible AHPRA registration where the current standard is a bachelor pass degree and 2 years of experience in the health services industry. Graduate Certificate in Leading Change (Health Services) An undergraduate degree or eligible AHPRA registration where the current standard is a bachelor pass degree and 2 years of experience in the health services industry. Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management An undergraduate degree or eligible AHPRA registration where the current standard is a bachelor pass degree and 2 years of experience in the health services industry. Admission requirements - Australian and New Zealand studentsFor Australian and New Zealand students there are two levels of entry for students undertaking the Master of Health Services Management:Entry type 1Students must hold an undergraduate degree and have at least two years' experience in the health industry. Students undertake 12 subjects (five core and seven elective subjects totalling 96 points). Applicants should also provide a comprehensive CV and letters of reference with their application to demonstrate professional experience. Entry type 2Students must hold an undergraduate degree and have completed or concurrently undertake a management trainee program sponsored by the Australian College of Health Services Executives (ACHSE). Students undertake eight subjects (five core and three elective subjects) in the Masters program and are awarded 32 points credit for the completion of the ACHSE program following the successful completion of those eight subjects. Admission requirements - Canadian studentsFor Canadian students, there is one level of entry for students undertaking the Master of Health Services Management. Students must hold an undergraduate degree and have at least two years' experience in the health industry. Students undertake 12 subjects (five core and seven elective subjects totalling 96 points).
Intake Months
Mar, Jul
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Graduate Satisfaction
67.80%

Masters (Coursework)

Find out about studying a Master of Nursing (with specialisations) at Charles Sturt University (CSU).
Entry Requirements
Master of Nursing (with specialisations) Students must hold a Bachelor of Nursing degree or professional qualification which leads to registration as a Registered Nurse Division 1 with the Australian Health Professional Regulation Agency or equivalent. Graduate Diploma of Nursing (with specialisations) Students must hold a Bachelor of Nursing degree or professional qualification which leads to registration as a Registered Nurse Division 1 with the Australian Health Professional Regulation Agency or equivalent. Graduate Certificate in Nursing (with specialisations) Students must hold a Bachelor of Nursing degree or professional qualification which leads to registration as a Registered Nurse Division 1 with the Australian Health Professional Regulation Agency or equivalent.
Intake Months
Mar, Jul, Nov
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Graduate Satisfaction
71.80%