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Master of Laboratory Medicine - Coursework and Dissertation

This course provides an in-depth knowledge of the patho-physiological basis of disease.

Introduction

The Master of Laboratory Medicine is a 96 point course consisting of 36 points of core units and 60 points of discipline-specific units.

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Course description, features and facilities

This course provides an in-depth knowledge of the patho-physiological basis of disease. While developing proficiency in advanced laboratory techniques and expertise in the logical use and interpretation of laboratory tests, students also acquire knowledge of the clinical utility and scientific basis of laboratory tests and the statistical tools for assessment of their value and reliability.

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Structure

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Career opportunities

This degree is designed for professionals interested in further study who are seeking to familiarise themselves with recent developments in the field, or to enhance their intellectual and research skills.

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Further study opportunities

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

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Check the Entrance requirements

This course is available to all students other than those holding an international student visa.

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  1. Admission Requirements
  2. English competency

Admission Requirements

The UWA Bachelor of Science degree, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; and at least 2 years’ postgraduate laboratory experience in a biomedical discipline; or

The UWA Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; and at least 2 years’ postgraduate laboratory experience in a biomedical discipline.

English competency

See the full list of English Language Requirements.

Please note: Requirements may be higher for some individual courses, where this is the case the additional requirements will be specified.  

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How to apply

This course is available to all students other than those holding an international student visa.

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  1. How to apply
  2. Fees
  3. Contact details - admission information

How to apply

Apply online. Refer below for application dates and access to the Online Application System (OASys):

Fees

Annual fee: $9267.

For courses that are less than one year in duration, the annual fee listed is the total for the course. Unless otherwise indicated, for courses that are 18 months in duration, the annual fee is two-thirds of the total cost of the course.

As some units vary in cost, the actual student contribution will depend on the mix of units you choose. See the unit costs website for details of individual unit costs.

Contact details - admission information

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  2. Contact details - admission information

Application Deadlines

Contact details - admission information

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Master of Laboratory Medicine - Coursework and Dissertation: the details

Status
Available 2014
Locations offered
Crawley
Attendance types
Part-time
Delivery mode
Internal
Starting dates
Semester 1, Semester 2
Weekly first year time commitment
The estimated time commitment for a standard full-time enrolment is approximately 46 hours per week (over 13 weeks) which includes contact hours, personal study and examinations.
Standard full-time completion
This course is only available part-time.
Maximum time to complete
5 years
Contact details: course information
Pauline Ferguson
School of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
pauline.ferguson@uwa.edu.au
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9346 3175
Course code
92530

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