This degree is designed for health service professionals wanting to develop research skills that have practical application for innovations and policy in the healthcare sector, and scholarly understanding of health services provision. It enables informed participation in research endeavours and health services innovation and improvement. Students extend and deepen their knowledge of a specialised area in health services through a program of supervised research.
This course assists students to complete original research that contributes to knowledge in their field within an international context. Research at UTS takes place in a dynamic and outcomes-oriented environment. The university attracts students who want to develop their knowledge and expertise within a professional and stimulating framework. Students are part of a lively and vigorous research culture, working closely with academic staff and health industry partners.
This degree offers solid research training to health service professionals who are required to undertake research in their current employment or who aspire to such positions.
This course is a structured program of study incorporating research preparation subjects undertaken in the first year and the production of a research thesis for examination.
Students are required to undertake a candidature assessment at the end of the first two sessions for full-time students, and at the end of the first three sessions for part-time students. Students work closely with a principal supervisor and a supervisory panel, and are required to report on their progress each session.
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