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Specialisation

About this specialisation

Research Studies will allow students to design and implement a research project in the field of Medical Imaging Science with the identification of appropriate statistical methods of analysis. Students must achieve a distinction average in the preceding full-time equivalent semester to be eligible to commence this specialisation. The research units of study are designed to allow students with a research specialisation and high weighted average mark (WAM) to apply for direct entry to a PhD research degree and also apply for an Australian or University Postgraduate Award. This specialisation is only available in the Master of Medical Imaging Science.

Graduate opportunities

Graduates will gain advanced skills and knowledge in appraising, planning and performing research within medical radiations practice. Students will be well prepared for further research higher degrees such as Master of Applied Science (M.App.Sc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). This course is designed to allow students with a research specialisation and high weighted average mark (WAM) to apply for direct entry to a PhD research degree and also apply for an Australian or University Postgraduate Award. 

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