The course is offered by the College of Medicine and Public Health. The program requires one year of full-time study or the equivalent part-time.
A student who has completed all the requirements for the Bachelor of Medical Science, or a qualification deemed equivalent by the Course Coordinator, or another acceptable qualification and other work as prescribed by the College may be accepted as a candidate for the honours degree providing a sufficiently high standard has been achieved in fulfilling the requirements for the bachelors degree. Applicants must normally have achieved a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.0 or better in the Bachelor of Medical Science, or equivalent qualification, to be eligible to apply for entry. Admission in the honours program is subject to the University being able to provide appropriate resources and staff to supervise the program of study.
To allow more capable students to extend their undergraduate career by demonstrating their ability to work in a research environment. In particular, the Honours year provides experience in research design, critical analysis of information, data management and theory generation using both qualitative and quantitative methods.
Graduates of the course will:
To qualify for the Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours) degree a student must complete satisfactorily 36 units of study.
MMED7004B Honours Program (18/36 Units)
MMED7004C Honours Program (18/36 Units)
MMED7004D Honours Program (9/36 Units) AND
MMED7004E Honours Program (9/36 Units) AND
MMED7004G Honours Program (9/36 Units) AND
MMED7004H Honours Program (9/36 Units)
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