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3 years part-time
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CSU has a variety of pathways and admissions requirements for study. Details of the types of ATAR-related and other adjustment factors commonly available to applicants are set out in the CSU institutional admissions information and CSU's general admissions policy.

You can also view details about the applicants who commenced this course last year in the ATAR profile and See the student profile.

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Please note: all sessions may not be available at all locations or through all study modes. Please check the Fees and course offerings section for more information.

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  • This course is not available to international students.

Course highlights

Each specialisation and the generic course in this master's program offers you the choice between two study pathways – the research or the coursework option.

Join the research cutting edge

Our research option includes the study of subjects relevant to the specialisation, a research proposal and project.  You will complete a paper that is suitable for submitting to a publication / journal for peer-reviewed publication.

Build expertise in your key area of interest

Our coursework option offers you the opportunity to focus on theory and practice subjects specific to your specialisation. Designed for practising medical radiation scientists to advance both their technological expertise and academic understanding of the chosen specialisation, this course is offered online. The on-campus offering at Wagga Wagga is open to international students only, with specialisations in computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging only.

Choose your pathway

On completion of 64 points of study (including any credit granted), you may elect to exit the course with a graduate diploma. The Graduate Diploma of Medical Radiation Science does not include research project subjects generally found in the master's degree.

Learn from industry leaders

Designed, developed and delivered in partnership with industry leaders, this course responds to emerging sector requirements and expectations.

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Please note that the following subjects have a Workplace Learning component:

MRS590 Medical Radiation Science Clinical Placement

Residential schools are a great way to practise what you are learning in a hands-on environment, and to meet your lecturers and classmates.

Some online courses include a residential school, where you will attend a CSU campus during certain sessions throughout your course.

The following subjects may have a residential school component:

From the early stages of your degree, you can apply for a range of international programs through CSU Global. You could take a session or two on exchange at one of CSU’s partner institutions across the world, go on a study tour during the holidays, or complete some of your practical placements in an unique location.

Are you after a unique CSU study experience? By participating in a CSU Global international study program you can gain a new perspective on where your degree can take you, and even complete your degree that little bit faster. CSU Global has many options available to fit with your course, interests and study needs.

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Career opportunities

Public and private health

Influence practices and standards of care and treatment within your own health service.

Research

Extend and evolve industry capability through detailed investigations into various technologies and the impact of these on patient treatment and diagnosis.

Policy development

Combine your professional experience with your academic insights to extend and evolve industry practices and scope of practice.

Public and private health

Influence practices and standards of care and treatment within your own health service.

Research

Extend and evolve industry capability through detailed investigations into various technologies and the impact of these on patient treatment and diagnosis.

Policy development

Combine your professional experience with your academic insights to extend and evolve industry practices and scope of practice.

Credit and pathways

Getting into uni isn’t just about your ATAR. We understand that if you’re given the chance to study something you’re passionate about, you can really shine. We offer a range of pathway options, including Early Offer – Schools Recommendation Scheme, Location (Regional) Adjustment, and the Indigenous Access Program (IAP) to help you get on track to your dream career.

Credit for prior learning and credit for current competencies will be granted to eligible applicants.

More about Credit

We understand that if you’re given the chance to study something you’re passionate about, you can really shine. We offer a range of pathway options, including Early Entry – Schools Recommendation Scheme, Location (Regional) Adjustment, and the Indigenous Access Program (IAP) to help you get on track to your dream career.

Credit for prior learning and credit for current competencies will be granted to eligible applicants.

More about Credit

If you’ve studied before, you may be able to fast-track your postgraduate degree with Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). If you’ve completed relevant tertiary study, you could be awarded credit for your postgraduate degree. Get in touch to see if you’re eligible for credit based on your previous qualifications or industry experience.

You may be eligible for entry credit of up to 32 points (equivalent to four subjects) with appropriate background. You may also gain credit for specialisation subjects successfully completed at other institutions. Enquiries about credit should be directed to the Program Leader by calling 1800 334 733.

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Fees and course offerings

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The section below is designed to allow you to select the option specific to your circumstances to discover the course fee and course offering information appropriate for you.

Master of Medical Radiation Science (with specialisations)

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A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

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  1. Pay all of your student contribution up front direct to the university
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  3. Defer all of your student contribution via a HECS-HELP open_in_new loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

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1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

Payment Options

You can:

  1. pay your tuition fees up front by the census date each session direct to the university
  2. pay part of your tuition fees up front by the census date direct to the university and get help to cover the balance via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. get help to cover the cost of your tuition fees via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

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1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

Course Fees

CSU gives a discount on tuition fees to citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada and the United Kingdom.

Contact a Recruitment agent in your country who can answer your questions about CSU as well as help with the student visa application process.

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1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

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This Course has limited Commonwealth supported places available.

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If you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen or hold a permanent humanitarian visa, and meet the relevant citizenship and residency requirements, you may be eligible for a Commonwealth supported place

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1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

More about Calculating Fees

It is important to note that the student contribution you pay will depend on the subjects you choose to study, as each subject has its own costs. The government assigns different price bands to a subject, depending on the discipline that subject belongs to.

Check out the subject fee calculator below to get a more accurate cost for your first year. The calculator will open in a new window, once open go to the Subjects section to review the subjects available for this course and enter them into the calculator.

The Australian Government indexes student contributions each year.

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Payment Options

  1. Pay all of your student contribution up front direct to the university
  2. Pay part of your student contribution to the university and defer the balance via a HECS-HELP open_in_new loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. Defer all of your student contribution via a HECS-HELP open_in_new loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

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Most postgraduate students in Australia will pay the full cost of their tuition, however if you are a CSU Alumni Student, you will receive a 10% discount.

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A fee-paying student will pay a tuition fee for each subject in the course without the Australian government contributing any financial support to the university. But don’t be put off by the cost of study - eligible students still have the option to defer their fees through FEE-HELP open_in_new.

Most postgraduate students in Australia will pay the full cost of their tuition, however if you are a CSU Alumni Student, you will receive a 10% discount.

If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

1 year full-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

Payment options

You can:

  1. pay your tuition fees up front by the census date each session direct to the university
  2. pay part of your tuition fees up front by the census date direct to the university and get help to cover the balance via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. get help to cover the cost of your tuition fees via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

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Course Fees

This course is associated with the Australian Government supported Research Training Program (RTP). The RTP scheme is administered by individual universities on behalf of the Department of Education and Training.

If you are a successful applicant for Research degree candidature, and you are an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, you won't pay any tuition fees.

You also won't need to pay the University's Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).

Applications for RTP Scholarships need to be made directly to CSU.

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Candidates who exceed their Research Training Program (RTP) entitlement are required to pay the appropriate domestic student tuition fee for their course. Eligible students still have the option to defer their fees through FEE-Help open_in_new.

If you are a CSU Alumni Student, you will receive a 10% discount on tuition fees.

If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

1 year full-time ( points)

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Candidates who exceed their Research Training Program (RTP) entitlement are required to pay the appropriate domestic student tuition fee for their course. Eligible students still have the option to defer their fees through FEE-Help open_in_new.

If you are a CSU Alumni Student, you will receive a 10% discount on tuition fees.

If there is a direct connection between your study and work you may be able to claim your tuition fees as a tax deduction. For further guidance please seek independent advice or visit the Australian Taxation Office open_in_new website.

1 year full-time ( points)

1 year part-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

Payment Options

You can:

  1. pay your tuition fees up front by the census date each session direct to the university
  2. pay part of your tuition fees up front by the census date direct to the university and get help to cover the balance via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)
  3. get help to cover the cost of your tuition fees via a FEE-HELP loan through the Australian Government (if eligible)

More information about Fee Paying places

For more information on Fee Paying HDR students

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1 year full-time ( points)

1 year part-time ( points)

A standard full-time study load at CSU is 64 points over two sessions. The points above indicate the number of points for the first year of this course based on overall full time course duration.

Actual fees will vary according to:

  • your choice of subjects and their point value
  • whether the course (and mode) allows you to study full or part-time
  • whether you want to study full or part-time

8 Points

Note: the 8 point value is a subject indicative value only. Not all CSU subjects are 8 points – refer to the CSU handbook (links in the Subject section) for actual point value for the subjects required for your course.

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Please contact us to find out more.

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This course is offered in the following sessions for enrolment:

Master of Medical Radiation Science (with specialisations) specific fee details

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If you are an international student, find out more about international fees.

Additional course-related expenses you may need to consider:

  • Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF)
  • Textbooks (you may be able to purchase these second-hand)
  • Travel and accommodation expenses for any workplace learning, field trips or residential schools
  • Uniforms (e.g. shirts, polo tops, scrubs or overalls)
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Subjects

For each 8 point subject you are enrolled in, you should expect to spend 10 to 12 hours per week working on assignments and assigned readings, tutorial assistance, individual or group research/study, forum activity, workplace learning, and attending lectures, residential schools, or examinations.

If you are studying four subjects per session, this is equivalent to a full-time job. The workload for some subjects may vary as a result of approved course design.

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Students in this course can choose from one of five specialisations or a generic stream.

Computed Tomography

Recent advances in computed tomography (CT) have made this well-established imaging modality an even more important tool in patient management. The Master of Medical Radiation Science CT specialisation has been developed for those working in the field of CT. This specialisation covers all aspects of modern CT practice. Students have the opportunity to research an aspect of CT for their final project.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

This specialisation explores the rapidly evolving field of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and is designed to support practitioners working within the clinical MRI environment. The specialisation provides a theoretical grounding in the principles and applications of MRI scanning to include instrumentation, underpinning physics, safety, patient care, scan techniques, service provision and emerging developments. The course will prepare students to respond to the ever-increasing diagnostic capabilities of this exciting modality.

Molecular Imaging

This is a new specialisation that explores the burgeoning field of molecular imaging. It caters specifically to the medical radiation scientists engaged in imaging across the modalities that comprise molecular imaging: PET, SPECT, CT, MRI and ultrasound. Medical imaging and nuclear medicine students will learn the principles and applications of imaging and hybrid imaging technologies in the assessment of biological activity in the body at the molecular level, including oncology, neurological and cardiovascular diseases. Recent innovation and development in imaging technology, radiopharmacy (molecular probes) and image-guided therapy are the prime focus of this specialisation and will provide you with a sound platform of knowledge to apply clinically in molecular imaging.

Nuclear Medicine

The Nuclear Medicine specialisation has been developed for those working in the field of nuclear medicine. The course covers all aspects of modern nuclear medicine practice including advanced instrumentation, radiopharmacy and procedures and CT for nuclear medicine. Elective subjects include areas such as clinical education and management. Students have the opportunity to undertake original research into an aspect of nuclear medicine.

Radiographic Image Interpretation

This specialisation will meet the needs of students working in Australia and overseas. It is designed to give students an in-depth appreciation of medical images, in order to enhance their radiographic practice and allow them to make more informed decisions regarding radiography. This specialisation will also better equip students to give informal verbal radiographic opinions to referring clinicians, within the scope of professional codes of conduct. It will prepare the student for a radiographic reporting role if that is appropriate for the country in which they are working. This specialisation may be done entirely by coursework or may include the research project subjects.

Generic course

If you choose to study the generic stream of CSU's Master of Medical Radiation Science, you can tailor the program to best suit your individual professional needs and preferences. This flexibility allows you the option of selecting a range of electives from two groups.

Group A includes subjects specific to the Master of Medical Radiation Science such as processes of pathology, image guided therapy, digital imaging technology, MRI, CT and image interpretation subjects.

Group B offers a wide range of subjects from the allied health, marketing and information technology areas such as clinical issues in health, clinical teaching techniques, perspectives on health care systems, ethics, law and medical science, marketing management, systems analysis, ethics and information technology. You will have the option to complete the degree entirely by coursework or by including a research project if desired.

In addition to being available to radiographers and nuclear medicine technologists, the generic course is also open to radiotherapists.

The below information is for new students. Current students should select their subjects by checking the Handbook for the year of their enrolment

The 96-point Master of Medical Radiation Science program is made up of a generic Master of Medical Radiation Science course and specialisations in Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Radiographic Image Interpretation, Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. Each is run by distance education mode. The CT and MRI specialisations comprise both DE and Internal programs, with the latter catering to targeted groups of international and domestic clientele. The generic course and each DE specialisation consist of core compulsory subjects, along with a small group of restricted electives. In contrast to the specialisations, the generic course has only a small number of core subjects and a large number of restricted electives. The Internal versions of the CT and MRI specialisations only contain compulsory core subjects with no electives.

The generic course and all DE specialisations will have two alternative study pathways, one of which is chosen by the student. These pathways are called the “research option” and the “coursework option”. This option of pathway is not available in the Internal CT and MRI programs. The generic course and all DE specialisations will have three entry levels. These are the zero-point, 16-point and 32-point credit entry levels. These will be referred to as Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3, respectively. The subject points to be earned for a Masters qualification would be: 96 points for Level 1 (zero-point credit entry), 80 subject points for Level 2 (16-point credit entry) and 64 subject points for Level 3 (32-point credit entry). The generic course and all DE specialisations of the Masters course are articulated sets, as they each possess a Graduate Diploma exit point only course. This however, is not the case with the Internal versions of the CT and MRI specialisations, for which there is no Graduate Diploma exit. Students exiting the Masters with a Graduate Diploma will require 64 subject points for Level 1 entry and 48 subject points for Level 2 entry. No Graduate Diploma exit is possible for students with Level 3 entry.

Restricted elective subjects used in the course may be chosen from two banks. These are defined as “Group A” and “Group B”, as discussed in Part A, Field 2.6. The general listings are shown, with the session(s) of offering (Session 1/Session 2/Session 3) of each subject shown in brackets as (1, 2 or 3). Group A consists of subjects taught within the Masters course in different specialisations. These subjects become a restricted elective, when not compulsory in a specialization. The choice of the elective depends on the session and on the specialisation. Conditions that have to be met before doing some elective subjects are indicated. Group B comprises non medical radiation science subjects which have relevance to medical radiation science professionals. These subjects are taught from other schools/faculties.

Group A Electives
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (dual session, 1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (dual session, 1 + 2)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in MRI* (dual session, 1 + 2)
MRS565 Advanced Principles in CT* (dual session, 1 + 2)
MRS575 Appendicular & Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (dual session, 1 + 2)
MRS554 MRI Practice & Trends* (dual session, 1 + 2)
MRS564 CT Practice & Trends* (dual session, 1 + 2)
MRS574 Chest & Abdomen Image Interpretation (dual session, 1 + 2)
HLT511 Clinical Judgment & Decision Making (1, 2)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS432 Computed Tomography (a) (2)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (b) (2)

*To do these subjects, clinical access to MRI/CT is required.
**,(a),(b) These electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalents) have previously been successfully
completed at U/G degree level.
(a) Cannot be chosen, if wishing to do MRS565
(b) Cannot be chosen, if wishing to do MRS555

Group B Electives
HLT510 Clinical Issues in Health (1, 2)
HSM401 Perspectives on Health Care Systems (1, 2)
HSM402 Human Resources Management (Health Services) (2)
HSM404 Management of Health & Aged Care Services (1, 2)
HSM406 Resourcing Health and Aged Services (1)
PHL401 Critical Reasoning (1, 2)
PHL402 Ethical Theory (1, 2)
SSC502 Ethics, Law and Medical Science (1)
BMS513 Laboratory Quality Control (1)
MKT501 Marketing Management (1)
MGT501 Management Theory & Practice (1)
MGT536 Leadership and Entrepreneurship (2)
MGT540 Management of Change (2)
ITC475 Ethics and Information Technology (1, 2, 3)
ITC544 Computer Organisation and Architecture (1)

The combination of the above electives that may be chosen from Groups A and B are defined for each specialization and will be detailed in Enrolment Pattern Section, following.

The structure of each of the five DE Masters specialisations and the generic Master of Medical Radiation Science course, will first be presented. Following this, the structure of the two Internal mode programs within the CT and MRI specialisations will be given. While the latter are classed as versions of the CT and MRI specialisations, they are specially mounted programs for targeted international and domestic clientele and are not alternative pathways for normal DE students entering the CT and MRI specialisations. For this reason they are presented separately.

1. Computed Tomography specialisation.

Level 1:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48 points)
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
5 Elective subjects, two from Group A, one from Group B and two from Group A or B, above


Level 2:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48 points)
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (24 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16 points)
or:
3 Elective subjects from either Group A or Group B
 

Level 3:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (32 points)
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (24 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16 points)
or:
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
1 Elective subject from either Group A or Group B
 

2. Magnetic Resonance Imaging specialisation.

Level 1:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48 points)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
4 Elective subjects from either Group A or B, above
 

Level 2:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48 points)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (24 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16 points)
or:
2 Elective subjects from Group A or B, above
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
or
1 Elective subject from either Group A or B, above
 

Level 3:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (32 points)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (24 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16 points)
or:
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
1 Elective subject from either Group A or B, above


3. Radiographic Image Interpretation specialisation.

Level 1:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48 points)
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
3 Elective subjects from either Group A or B, above
 

Level 2:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48 points)
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (24 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16 points)
or:
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
1 Elective subject from either Group A or B, above

(Note there is no Level 3 program for RII).
 

4. Nuclear Medicine specialisation.

Level 1:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48 points)
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
MRS432 Computed Tomography
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
5 Elective subjects, two from Group A and three from Group A or B, above
 

Level 2:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (32 points)
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
3 Elective subjects, from either Group A or B, above
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography
or
1 Elective subject from Group A or B, above
 

Level 3:
Restricted Electives 1 (16 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography
or
1 Elective subject from Group A or B
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (24 points)
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (24 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16 points)
or:
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
1 Elective subject from Group A or B, above


5. Molecular Imaging specialisation.

Level 1:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48 points)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
or
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
1 Elective subject from Group B, above
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
 

Level 2:
Restricted Electives 1 (16 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
or
1 Elective subject from Group A or B, above
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (40 points)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
Restricted Electives 2 (24 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16 points)
or:
1 Elective subject from Group A or B, above
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
 

Level 3:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (32 points)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
Restricted Electives 2 (24 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16 points)
or:
1 Elective subject from Group A or B, above
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
 

6. Generic Master of Medical Radiation Science course.

Level 1:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (48points)
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
4 Elective subjects, two from Group A and two from Group A or B, above
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
5 Elective subjects, two from Group A and three from Group A or B, above
 

Level 2:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)

HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (32points)
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
2 Elective subjects from Group A or B, above
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
5 Elective subjects, four from Group A and one from Group A or B, above
 

Level 3:
Restricted Electives 1 (8 points)
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (16points)
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
Restricted Electives 2 (40 points)
Either:
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32 points)
or:
5 Elective subjects, two from Group A and three from Group A or B


7. Internal Mode Program in the Computed Tomography specialisation

Level 1 (only):
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (96 points)
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
HLT430 Research Methods in Health Sciences
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16 points)
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16 points)
MRS590 Medical Radiation Science Clinical Placement (32 points)


8. Internal Mode Program in the Magnetic Resonance Imaging specialisation

Level 1 (only):
Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (96 points)

MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
HLT430 Research Methods in Health Sciences
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16 points)
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16 points)
MRS590 Medical Radiation Science Clinical Placement (32 points)
 

For the Masters program, there will be different enrolment patterns within the generic course and within each specialisation. These will vary with level of student entrance, with session of entry and with chosen study pathway. Level of entrance will be Level 1 (zero-point credit entry), Level 2 (16-point credit entry) and Level 3 (32-point credit entry). Session of entry will be Session 1 or Session 2, and chosen study pathway will be the Research Option or the Coursework Option. The enrolment pattern for the Graduate Diploma exit program within the generic course and each specialisation will also vary with level of entrance and session of entry. Further, the listing of elective subjects for each enrolment pattern within a specialisation will often differ with session of entry. These will be presented with the enrolment patterns. Appendices 11 and 12 summarise in block diagram form, enrolment patterns for the generic course and each specialisation, for each entry level. Appendix 11 shows enrolment patterns for Session 1 entry into the course, and Appendix 12 for Session 2 entry. (These appendices also show entry criteria for each program).

 

1. Computerised Tomography (CT) specialisation

 Level 1 Masters Program
Session 1 Intake:
Year 1

Session 1
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2
Session 1
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16 )

Session 2  
Research Option
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group B)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 3
Session 1  
Research Option
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2   
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32) (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Computed Tomography) MMedRadSc(CT).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 1 CT programs presented here. The Group B Electives, earlier presented in Part B, Field 15.1, are also presented after the Level 1 CT programs.

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (CT)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)


Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Computed Tomography GradDipCT.

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 1 CT programs presented here. The Group B Electives are also presented in the same place.

 

Level 1 Masters Program (CT)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2 
Research Option
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
Coursework Option
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
Elective (from Group B)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16 )

Session 2
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 4

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Computed Tomography) MMedRadSc(CT).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 1 CT programs presented here. The Group B Electives are also located in the same place.

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (CT)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2

HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Computed Tomography GradDipCT.

For the above four programs, i.e. Level 1 Masters, Sessions 1 and 2 Intake and Level 1 Graduate Diploma, Sessions 1 and 2 Intake, students must choose from the following Group A elective subjects for study. The choice will change for Level 2 programs to be presented later. The full listing of Group B elective subjects is also presented, with sessions of offering indicated. Before choosing, students need to observe which session(s) the elective subjects will be available. Many subjects are only available in a given session.
 

Group A Electives
(sessions available are in brackets, with (1 + 2) representing a two-session offering for a 16-point subject)

BMS511 Processes of Pathology (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in MRI* (1 + 2)
MRS575 Append. & Axial Skeleton II (1 + 2)
MRS554 MRI Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS574 Chest & Abdomen II (1 + 2)

* To do these subjects, clinical access to
MRI is required.

Group B Electives

HLT510 Clinical Issues in Health (1, 2)
HSM401 Perspectives on Health Care Systems (1, 2)
HSM402 Human Resources Management (Health Services) (2)
HSM404 Management of Health & Aged Care Services (1, 2)
HSM406 Resourcing Health and Aged Services (1)
PHL401 Critical Reasoning (1, 2)
PHL402 Ethical Theory (1, 2)
SSC502 Ethics, Law and Medical Science (1)
BMS513 Laboratory Quality Control (1)
MKT501 Marketing Management (1)
MGT501 Management Theory & Practice (1)
MGT536 Leadership and Entrepreneurship (2)
MGT540 Management of Change (2)
ITC475 Ethics and Information Technology (1, 2, 3)
ITC544 Computer Organisation and Architecture (1)

 

Level 2 Masters Program (CT)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1

MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Computed Tomography) MMedRadSc(CT).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 2 CT programs presented here. The Group B Electives can also be seen at the end of the Level 1 CT programs in this Field.

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (CT)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making


Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Computed Tomography GradDipCT.

 

Level 2 Masters Program (CT)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Computed Tomography) MMedRadSc(CT).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 2 CT programs presented here. The Group B Electives can also be seen at the end of the Level 1 CT programs in this Field.

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (CT)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2

HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Computed Tomography GradDipCT.

For the Level 2 Masters, Session 1 and 2 Intake programs presented above, students must choose from the following Group A elective subjects for study. Choice of Group B Electives can be made from the list presented earlier.

Group A Electives

BMS511 Processes of Pathology (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in MRI* (1 + 2)
MRS575 Appendicular & Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS574 Chest & Abdomen Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging**,# (2)

  *To do this subject, clinical access to MRI is required.

** These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalent) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

  # MRS434 cannot be done, if MRS555 is chosen.

 

Level 3 Masters Program (CT)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
Coursework Option
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Computed Tomography) MMedRadSc(CT).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 3 CT programs presented here. The Group B Electives can also be seen at the end of the Level 1 CT programs in this Field.

 

Level 3 Masters Program (CT)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
Coursework Option
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Computed Tomography) MMedRadSc(CT).

For the Level 3 Masters, Session 1 and 2 Intake programs presented above, students will have only one elective choice from Group A elective subjects for study. Choice of Group B Electives can be made from the list presented at the end of the Level 1 CT programs.

Group A Electives

MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging

This Elective is not allowed if it (or its equivalent) has previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

 

2. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) specialisation

 

Level 1 Masters Program

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) MMedRadSc(MRI).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program are listed at the end of the Level 1 MRI programs presented in this section. The Group B Electives can also be seen at the end of the Level 1 CT programs (dealt with earlier in this Field).

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (MRI)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Magnetic Resonance Imaging GradDipMRI.

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 1 MRI programs presented here. The Group B Electives are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs (dealt with earlier in this Field).

 

Level 1 Masters Program (MRI)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)

Session 2
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 4

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) MMedRadSc(MRI).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 1 MRI programs presented here. The Group B Electives are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field.

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (MRI)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)

Session 2
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Magnetic Resonance Imaging GradDipMRI.

For the above four programs, i.e. Level 1 Masters, Sessions 1 and 2 Intake and Level 1 Graduate Diploma, Sessions 1 and 2 Intake, Group A elective subjects must be chosen from the following listing. Group B electives can be appropriately picked from the complete list presented before. Students doing the Level 1 Graduate Diploma can also include HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A as a Group A elective.

Group A Electives

BMS511 Processes of Pathology (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS565 Advanced Principles in CT* (1 + 2)
MRS564 CT Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS574 Chest & Abdomen Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS575 Appendicular & Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A (for Grad. Dip. students)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS432 Computed Tomography** (2)

 * To do these subjects, clinical access to CT is required.
** These elective subjects are not allowed if they (or their equivalents) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

 

Level 2 Masters Program (MRI)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) MMedRadSc(MRI).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 2 MRI programs presented here. The Group B Electives are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field.

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (MRI)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making


Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Magnetic Resonance Imaging GradDipMRI.

 

Level 2 Masters Program (MRI)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)

Session 2
Research Option
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) MMedRadSc(MRI).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 2 MRI programs presented here. The Group B Electives are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field.

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (MRI)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology


Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Magnetic Resonance Imaging GradDipMRI.

For the Level 2 Masters, Session 1 and 2 Intake, Group A elective subjects must be chosen from the following listing. Group B elective subjects can be appropriately picked from the complete list presented earlier, at the end of the Level 1 CT programs.

Group A Electives

BMS511 Processes of Pathology (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS565 Advanced Principles in CT* (1 + 2)
MRS564 CT Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS574 Chest & Abdomen Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS575 Appendicular & Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS432 Computed Tomography** (2)

 * To do these subjects, clinical access to CT is required.
** These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalents) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

 

Level 3 Masters Program (MRI)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
Research Option
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) MMedRadSc(MRI).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program, are listed at the end of the Level 3 MRI programs presented here. The Group B Electives are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field.

 

Level 3 Masters Program (MRI)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)

Session 2
Research Option

MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) MMedRadSc(MRI).

For the Level 3 Masters, Session 1 and 2 Intake, there is one available Group A elective subject, which can be chosen if desired. Group B elective subjects can be appropriately picked from the list shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs (presented earlier in this Field).

Group A Elective

MRS432 Computed Tomography
This elective subject is not allowed if it (or its equivalent) has previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

 

3. Radiographic Image Interpretation (RII) specialisation

 

Level 1 Masters Program

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (cont.)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A or B)


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Radiographic Image Interpretation) MMedRadSc(RadiogImageInt).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program are presented at the end of the Level 1 RII programs presented here. Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field.

Students are advised that if they do not study BMS511 Processes of Pathology and MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation together, they should complete BMS511 prior to MRS575.

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (RII)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (cont.)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Radiographic Image Interpretation GradDipRadiogImageInt.

Students are advised that if they do not study BMS511 Processes of Pathology and MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation together, they should complete BMS511 prior to MRS575.

 

Level 1 Masters Program (RII)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (cont.)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 4

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Radiographic Image Interpretation) MMedRadSc(RadiogImageInt).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program are presented at the end of the Level 1 RII programs presented here. Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field.

Students are advised that if they do not study BMS511 Processes of Pathology and MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation together, they should complete BMS511 prior to MRS575.



Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (RII)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (cont.)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)


Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Radiographic Image Interpretation GradDipRadiogImageInt.

Students are advised that if they do not study BMS511 Processes of Pathology and MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation together, they should complete BMS511 prior to MRS575.

For the Level 1 Masters, Session 1 and 2 Intake, Group A elective subjects must be chosen from the following listing. Group B electives can be appropriately picked from the complete list presented before.

Group A Electives

MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in MRI*,# (1 + 2)
MRS565 Advanced Principles in CT*,# (1 + 2)
MRS554 MRI Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS564 CT Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS432 Computed Tomography** (2)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging** (2)

 * To do these subjects, clinical access to MRI/CT is required.
** These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalents) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.
 # Note that MRS555 cannot be chosen if MRS434 is picked, and MRS565 cannot be chosen if MRS432 is picked.



Level 2 Masters Program (RII)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (cont.)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Session 2
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Radiographic Image Interpretation) MMedRadSc(RadiogImageInt).

The available Group A elective subjects for this program are presented at the end of the Level 2 RII programs presented here. Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field.

Students are advised that if they do not study BMS511 Processes of Pathology and MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation together, they should complete BMS511 prior to MRS575.



Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (RII)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (cont.)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Radiographic Image Interpretation GradDipRadiogImageInt.

Students are advised that if they do not study BMS511 Processes of Pathology and MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation together, they should complete BMS511 prior to MRS575.

 

Level 2 Masters Program (RII)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (16)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
BMS511 Processes of Pathology (cont.)
and
MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS574 Chest and Abdomen Image Interpretation (cont.)

Year 4

Session 1
Research Option
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Session 2
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Radiographic Image Interpretation) MMedRadSc(RadiogImageInt).

Students are advised that if they do not study BMS511 Processes of Pathology and MRS575 Appendicular and Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation together, they should complete BMS511 prior to MRS575.

For the Level 2 Masters, Session 1 and 2 Intake, there are only a few available Group A elective subjects, which may be chosen (if desired). Group B electives can be appropriately picked from the complete list presented before.

Group A Electives

MRS432 Computed Tomography*
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging*
* These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalents) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

Note, that there is no Level 2 Graduate Diploma (RII) program for Session 2 Intake. It is not possible for Session 2 Intake students in Level 2 Master of Medical Radiation Science (Radiographic Image Interpretation) program, to exit with a Graduate Diploma with the minimum required 48 subject points. It is a requirement to complete the key subjects MRS574, MRS575 and BMS511 to gain a Graduate Diploma in RII. However, these 16-point subjects do not commence in Session 2. Hence an extra 8-point subject would need to be taken in the commencing Session 2. Students are recommended to enrol in Session 1 and follow the Level 2 Graduate Diploma program for Session 1 Intake, if their wish is to exit with a Graduate Diploma. Students should contact the Program Leader if they feel they have to exit the Level 2, Session 2 Intake Masters RII program with a Graduate Diploma.

Also note, that Level 3 Masters programs do NOT exist in the RII specialisation.

 

4. Nuclear Medicine (NM) specialisation

 

Level 1 Masters Program

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) MMedRadSc(NucMed).

The Group A Electives available for this program are the same as those for the Level 1 Masters (NM) program for Session 2 Intake. The Electives are detailed in the latter section. The Group B selection is the complete listing, as presented before.

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (NM)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
MRS432 Computed Tomography
and
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging


Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Nuclear Medicine GradDipNucMed.

The Group A Elective choice for this program is the same as that for the Level 1 Graduate Diploma program for Session 2 Intake. The Electives are detailed in the latter section. The Group B choice is the complete listing, as presented before.

 

Level 1 Masters Program (NM)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
MRS432 Computed Tomography
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 4

Session 1
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) MMedRadSc(NucMed).

Group A Electives for Level 1 Masters programs in NM for both Session 1 and 2 Intakes:

BMS511 Processes of Pathology (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in MRI* (1 + 2)
MRS565 Advanced Principles in CT* (1 + 2)
MRS575 Appendicular & Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS554 MRI Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS564 CT Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS574 Chest & Abdomen Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging**,1 (2)

* To do these subjects, clinical access to MRI/CT is required.
**These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalents) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.
 1 MRS434 cannot be chosen, if wishing to do MRS555.

The Group B choice is the full listing, as presented at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, earlier in this Field.

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (NM)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
MRS432 Computed Tomography
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Nuclear Medicine GradDipNucMed.

Group A Electives for Level 1 Graduate Diploma programs in NM for both Session 1 and 2 Intakes:

MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound*

* This Elective is not allowed if it (or its equivalent) has been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The Group B choice is the full listing, as presented at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, earlier in this Field.

 

Level 2 Masters program (NM)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

* Students who have previously done Computed Tomography in their U/G studies, or who currently possess a CT ticket, should not enrol in
   MRS432. Instead, they should do a Group A or B Elective.

Year 3

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) MMedRadSc(NucMed).

The Group A Elective choice for this program is the same as that for the Level 2 Masters program for Session 2 Intake. The elective subjects are presented in the latter section. The Group B choice is the complete listing, as presented at the end of the Level 1 CT programs.

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (NM)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy

Session 2
MRS432 Computed Tomography*
or
Elective (from Group B)
and
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging#
or
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

 * Students who have previously done Computed Tomography in their U/G studies, or who currently possess a CT ticket, should not enrol in MRS432. Instead, they should do a Group B elective subject.
# Students who have previously done Magnetic Resonance Imaging in their U/G studies, should not enrol in MRS434. Such students should pick HLT511.
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Nuclear Medicine GradDipNucMed.

The Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field. The listing gives the session(s) of offering of the subjects, to allow students to appropriately choose.

 

Level 2 Masters Program (NM)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option
HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

* Students who have previously done Computed Tomography in their U/G studies, or who currently possess a CT ticket, should not enrol in MRS432. Instead, they should do a Group A or B elective subject.
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) MMedRadSc(NucMed).

Group A Electives for Level 2 Masters programs in NM for both Session 1 and 2 Intakes:

BMS511 Processes of Pathology (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in MRI* (1 + 2)
MRS575 Appendicular & Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS554 MRI Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS564 CT Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound ** (1)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging **,1 (2)

 * To do these subjects, clinical access to MRI/CT is required.
** These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalent) have been successfully completed at U/G degree level.
 1 MRS434 cannot be chosen, if wishing to do MRS555.

The Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field.

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (NM)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
MRS432 Computed Tomography*
or
Elective (from Group B)
and
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging#
or
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

 * Students who have previously done Computed Tomography in their U/G studies, or who currently possess a CT ticket, should not enrol in MRS432. Instead, they should do a Group B elective subject.
# Students who have previously done Magnetic Resonance Imaging in their U/G studies, should not enrol in MRS434. Such students should pick HLT511.

Year 2

Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy

Session 2
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Nuclear Medicine GradDipNucMed.

The Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field. The listing gives the session(s) of offering of the subjects, to allow students to appropriately choose.

 

Level 3 Masters Program (NM)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)
* Students who have previously done Computed Tomography in their U/G studies, or who currently possess a CT ticket, should not enrol in MRS432. Instead, they should do a Group A or B elective subject.
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)
* Students who have previously done Computed Tomography in their U/G studies, or who currently possess a CT ticket, should not enrol in MRS432. Instead, they should do a Group A or B Elective.

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) MMedRadSc(NucMed).

For the session of offering, there is only one 8-point Group A elective subject available for this program. This is:

MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging

This elective is not allowed if it (or its equivalent) has been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field. The listing gives the session(s) of offering of the subjects, to allow students to appropriately choose.

 

Level 3 Masters Program (NM)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods
and
MRS432 Computed Tomography*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)
* Students who have previously done Computed Tomography in their U/G studies, or who currently possess a CT ticket, should not enrol in MRS432. Instead, they should do a Group A or B elective subject.

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) MMedRadSc(NucMed).

The following are the Group A elective subjects available for this program. The electives are slightly different for the Research Option and Coursework Option pathways:

Group A Electives for Research Option:
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging*
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
* This elective is not allowed if it (or its equivalent) has been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

Group A Electives for Coursework Option:
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound **
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging **
** These electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalent) have been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, presented earlier in this Field. The listing gives the session(s) of offering of the subjects, to allow students to appropriately choose.

 

5. Molecular Imaging (MolecImag) specialisation

 

Level 1 Masters Program

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group B)
and
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging* (16)
or
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography* (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends* (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends* (16)

*Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
or
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

(Note that clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects)


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Molecular Imaging) MMedRadSc(MolecImag).

The choice of a Group B elective subject can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (MolecImag)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends* (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends* (16)

*Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for MRS554 / MRS564

Session 2
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

(Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for MRS554 / MRS564)


Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Molecular Imaging GradDipMolecImag.

 

Level 1 Masters Program (MolecImag)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group B)
and
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)

Year 4

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging* (16)
or
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography* (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends* (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends* (16)

Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
or
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

(Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Molecular Imaging) MMedRadSc(MolecImag).

The choice of a Group B elective subject can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (MolecImag)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends* (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends* (16)

*Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects

Session 2
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

(Note that clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy

Session 2
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Molecular Imaging GradDipMolecImag.

 

Level 2 Masters Program (MolecImag)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends* (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends* (16)

*Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects

Session 2
Research Option

MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

(Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects)

Year 3

Session 1
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

* PHM412 is a compulsory requirement of the course, but if this subject or its equivalent, has previously been successfully completed at U/G level, an Elective subject from Group A or B should be chosen. If not, PHM412 must be completed.


Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Molecular Imaging) MMedRadSc(MolecImag).

For this program, the following are the Group A Electives available:

MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging** (2)
MRS432 Computed Tomography** (2)
** These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalent) have been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (MolecImag)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

* PHM412 is a compulsory requirement of the course, but if this subject or its equivalent, has previously been successfully completed at U/G level, an Elective subject from Group A or B should be chosen. If not, PHM412 must be completed.
 

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Molecular Imaging GradDipMolecImag.

For this program, the following are the Group A elective subjects available:

MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
** This elective subject is not allowed if it (or its equivalent) has been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The choice of a Group B elective subject can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 2 Masters Program (MolecImag)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
PHM412 Radiopharmacy*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

* PHM412 is a compulsory requirement of the course, but if this subject or its equivalent, has previously been successfully completed at U/G level, an elective subject from Group A or B should be chosen. If not, PHM412 must be completed.

Session 2
Research option
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends* (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends* (16)

*Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects

Session 2
Research Option

MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

(Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Molecular Imaging) MMedRadSc(MolecImag).

For this program, the following are the Group A Electives available:

MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging** (2)
MRS432 Computed Tomography** (2)

** These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalent) have been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (MolecImag)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
PHM412 Radiopharmacy*
or
Elective (from Group A or B)

* PHM412 is a compulsory requirement of the course, but if this subject or its equivalent, has
previously been successfully completed at U/G level, an Elective subject from Group A or B should
be chosen. If not, PHM412 must be completed.

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Molecular Imaging GradDipMolecImag.

For this program, the following are the Group A elective subjects available:

MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)

** This elective subject is not allowed if it (or its equivalent) has been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The choice of a Group B elective subject can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 3 Masters Program (MolecImag)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends* (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends* (16)

*Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects

Session 2
Research Option

MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

(Note that clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Molecular Imaging) MMedRadSc(MolecImag).

For this program, the following are the Group A Electives available:

MRS432 Computed Tomography* (2)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging* (2)
HLT511 Clinical Judgment & Decision Making (1, 2)

* These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalent) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The choice of a Group B elective subject can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 3 Masters Program (MolecImag)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (16)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
NMT500 Advanced Practice in Nuclear Medicine (cont.)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (16)
Coursework Option
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (16)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends* (16)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends* (16)

*Clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects

Session 2
Research Option

MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
HLT508 Health Masters Project (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (cont.)
and
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
or
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)

(Note that clinical access to MRI / CT will be necessary for these MRI / CT subjects)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Molecular Imaging) MMedRadSc(MolecImag).

For this program, the following are the Group A Electives available:

MRS432 Computed Tomography* (2)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging* (2)
HLT511 Clinical Judgment & Decision Making (1, 2)

* These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalent) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.

The choice of Group B elective subjects are shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs, dealt with earlier in this Field.

 

6. Generic Master of Medical Radiation Science Course

 

Level 1 Masters Program

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A)

Year 2

Session 1
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
 

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science MMedRadSc.

For this program, the entire suite of Group A elective subjects is available. This is shown further on, at the end of the Level 2 programs in this specialisation. For coursework option students, the provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from the listing, shown at the end of the Level 1 CT programs (presented earlier in this Field).

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (Generic Course)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A)

Year 2

Session 1
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Medical Radiation Science GradDipMedRadSc.

For this program, the entire suite of Group A elective subjects is available. The listing is shown further on, at the end of the Level 2 programs in this specialisation. The provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 1 Masters Program (Generic Course)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 2

Session 1
Elective (from Group A)
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
Elective (from Group A)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 4

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A)

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science MMedRadSc.

For this program, the entire suite of Group A elective subjects is available. This is shown at the end of the Level 2 programs in this specialisation. For coursework option students, the provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 1 Graduate Diploma Program (Generic Course)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 2

Session 1
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 3

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Medical Radiation Science GradDipMedRadSc.

For this program, the entire suite of Group A elective subjects is available. This is shown at the end of the Level 2 programs in this specialisation. The provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 2 Masters Program (Generic Course)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option
HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A)

Year 3

Session 1
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science MMedRadSc.

For this program, the entire suite of Group A elective subjects is available. This is shown at the end of the Level 2 programs in this specialisation. For coursework option students, the provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (Generic Course)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1


Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A)

Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A)

Year 2

Session 1
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Medical Radiation Science GradDipMedRadSc.

For this program, the entire suite of Group A elective subjects is available. This is shown at the end of the Level 2 programs in this specialisation. The provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 2 Masters Program (Generic Course)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
Elective (from Group A or B)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A)

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science MMedRadSc.

For this program, the entire suite of Group A elective subjects is available. This is shown at the end of the Level 2 programs in this specialisation. For coursework option students, the provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 2 Graduate Diploma Program (Generic Course)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A)

Session 2
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A)

Successful completion of the above subjects will allow exit at this point from the Masters program, for students wishing to graduate with the award Graduate Diploma of Medical Radiation Science GradDipMedRadSc.

For this program, as well as for all the other Level 1 and Level 2 Masters and Graduate Diploma programs in the Generic Course, the entire suite of Group A elective subjects available is, as shown:

Group A Electives

BMS511 Processes of Pathology (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in MRI* (1 + 2)
MRS565 Advanced Principles in CT* (1 + 2)
MRS575 Appendicular & Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS554 MRI Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS564 CT Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS574 Chest & Abdomen Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS426 Diagnostic Ultrasound** (1)
MRS432 Computed Tomography1 (2)
MRS434 Magnetic Resonance Imaging2 (2)
*To do these subjects, clinical access to MRI/CT is required
**, 1, 2 These Electives are not allowed if they (or their equivalents) have previously been successfully completed at U/G degree level.
1 Cannot be chosen, if wishing to do MRS565
2 Cannot be chosen, if wishing to do MRS555

The provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen. Note that these 16-point subjects only commence in Session 1.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from viewing the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 3 Masters Program (Generic Course)

Session 1 Intake:

Year 1

Session 1
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Session 2
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A)
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science MMedRadSc.

The Group A elective subjects for this program, are the same as those for the Level 3 Masters program for Session 2 Intake. These electives will be identified at the end of the latter program (see next). For coursework option students, the provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

Level 3 Masters Program (Generic Course)

Session 2 Intake:

Year 1


Session 2
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Science A
or
BMS500 Biomedical Research Methods

Year 2

Session 1
Research Option

HLT506 Health Masters Proposal
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A)

Session 2
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (32)
Coursework Option
Elective (from Group A or B)
and
Elective (from Group A)

Year 3

Session 1
Research Option

HLT509 Health Masters Dissertation (cont.)
Coursework Option
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
Elective (from Group A or B)

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science MMedRadSc.

The Group A elective subjects for the two Level 3 Masters programs in the Generic Course are as follows:

Group A Electives

BMS511 Processes of Pathology (1 + 2)
MRS580 Image Guided Therapy (1 + 2)
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology (1)
MRS555 Advanced Principles in MRI* (1 + 2)
MRS565 Advanced Principles in CT* (1 + 2)
MRS575 Appendicular & Axial Skeleton Image Interpretation (1 + 2)
MRS554 MRI Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS564 CT Practice & Trends* (1 + 2)
MRS574 Chest & Abdomen Image Interpretation (1 + 2)

* To do these subjects, clinical access to MRI / CT is required.

For coursework option students, the provision of Group A elective slots in consecutive Sessions 1 and 2, will allow two-session (16-point) Group A elective subjects to be chosen.

The choice of Group B elective subjects can be made from the listing shown earlier in this Field (at the end of the Level 1 CT programs).

 

7. Internal Mode Program in the Computed Tomography specialisation

 

Level 1 Masters Program

Year 1

Session 1
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
HLT430 Research Methods in Health Sciences

Session 2
MRS565 Advanced Principles in Computed Tomography (cont.)
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology


Year 2

Session 1
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (16)
and
MRS590 Medical Radiation Science Clinical Placement (32)

Session 2
MRS564 Computed Tomography Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
MRS590 Medical Radiation Science Clinical Placement (cont.)

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Computed Tomography) MMedRadSc(CT).

This program is for onshore students only, and will allow, at Masters level, internal study and formal clinical training in CT, within Australia. The program is being introduced following high demand in certain countries, for Australian clinical training and CT Masters onshore study. International and Australian students doing the Master of Medical Radiation Science (Computed Tomography) by distance education (Specialisation 1, described earlier), will gain their clinical training while on the job and not through a formal clinical placement subject. Hence the two versions of the CT specialisation are tailored to different groups of applicants wanting to gain a Masters qualification in this field.

 

8. Internal Mode Program in the Magnetic Resonance Imaging specialisation

 

Level 1 Masters Program

Year 1

Session 1
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (16)
and
MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy
and
MRS513 Digital Imaging Technology

Session 2
MRS555 Advanced Principles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (cont.)
and
HLT511 Clinical Judgment and Decision Making
and
HLT505 Research Methods in Health Sciences (PG)

Year 2

Session 1
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (16)
and
MRS590 Medical Radiation Science Clinical Placement (32)

Session 2
MRS554 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Practice and Trends (cont.)
and
MRS590 Medical Radiation Science Clinical Placement (cont.)

Students who successfully complete this program will graduate with the award Master of Medical Radiation Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) MMedRadSc(MRI).

This program is for onshore students only, and will allow, at Masters level, internal study and formal clinical training in MRI, within Australia. The program is being introduced following high demand in certain countries, for Australian clinical training and MRI Masters onshore study. International and Australian students doing the Master of Medical Radiation Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) by distance education (Specialisation 2, described earlier), will gain their clinical training while on the job and not through a formal clinical placement subject. Hence the two versions of the MRI specialisation are tailored to different groups of applicants wanting to gain a Masters qualification in this field.

 

Graduation requirements

As a CSU student, throughout your course you have a responsibility to continue to develop skills in English language, literacy and numeracy as appropriate to your discipline. This ongoing development will enable you to effectively participate in your course and graduate prepared to enter the workforce.

Minimum Graduation Requirements

To graduate, students must successfully complete a total of 96 subject points in the generic Masters course or in any one of the five chosen specialisations. This total will include either a 32 point- or 16 point- credit package awarded upon admission (in recognition of specific previous academic and clinical experience), or a zero point credit entry level for other minimum acceptable qualifications and experience. Students entering with the 32 point credit package (Level 3 entry) must complete 64 subject points (at Pass level or better) during enrolment in the course. Students entering with 16 point entry credit (Level 2 entry) must successfully complete 80 subject points, and students entering with zero credit (Level 1 entry) must successfully complete a full 96 subject points to graduate.

Additional Graduation Requirements

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Browse through the tabs below for more information or visit our International website to discover more about an Australian university experience like no other.

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29 Jun 2018
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Other courses to consider

Master of Medical Science (with specialisations)

Graduate Diploma of Medical Ultrasound

Master of Paramedicine (with specialisations)

Master of Speech Pathology

Graduate Diploma of Paramedicine (with specialisations)

Graduate Diploma of Dental Implantology

Graduate Certificate in Paramedicine (with specialisations)

Graduate Certificate in Applied Mindfulness

Bachelor of Medical Science (with specialisations)

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Bachelor of Paramedicine

Graduate Diploma of Health Services Management

Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine

Bachelor of Pharmacy

Graduate Diploma of Clinical Practice (Paramedic)

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