We are committed to providing postgraduates with the opportunity to engage in innovative learning and collaborative engagement across the breadth of our disciplinary focus.
We have developed a new, interdisciplinary master’s program in Health Technology Innovation and will be exploring opportunities for new approaches in nutrition and urban design.
We have a large community of early-mid-career researchers, including honours students, who provide a range of education opportunities. We also offer short courses that can provide a taster for further formal courses at the postgraduate level.
Scholarship now available. For more information visit the scholarships page.
The Master of Health Technology Innovation is a new professional degree designed to equip students from science, technology, engineering or medical backgrounds with the skills to apply advanced technologies to deliver innovative healthcare solutions.
Developed with support from industry and taught by leaders in medicine and technology, this program will provide graduates with a unique skill set allowing them to bridge the gap between the technical and clinical arenas. It will involve working with a group of professionals and clinicians to develop creative technology-based solutions to real healthcare issues.
The degree will allow you to broaden your career and take advantage of exciting opportunities in the emerging health technology sector.
To accommodate your professional commitments, the Master of Health Technology Innovation offers flexible study options. Units of study can be completed in block/intensive mode, during the evening, online or through a combination of options. Some subjects will also be offered as short courses throughout the year.
Visit the Sydney Courses website to learn more about the Master of Health Technology Innovation, including majors, specific subjects, admission requirements and how to apply.
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