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1 HEALTH SCIENCES Postgraduate Course Guide 2014/2015 Make tomorrow better. healthsciences.curtin.edu.au

2 MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE The Faculty of Health Sciences is making tomorrow better by educating more health professionals than any other WA tertiary institution, and providing you with access to knowledge and discoveries that can help you improve the standard of healthcare in Australia and make a real difference to people s lives. healthsciences.curtin.edu.au Contents Entry Requirements...2 Research Excellence...6 Your Study Options...8 Postgraduate Tuition Fees Scholarships Applying to Curtin Important Information Doctoral Degree Information Health Sciences Postgraduate Coursework Degrees

3 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS COURSE PAGE DURATION WHEN STUDY MODE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE M/GDip 17 M: 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time N/A CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH NURSING GDip/GCert 17 GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time GCert: 6 months full-time or equivalent part-time February or July (July intake is only available to those with prior learning or experience in this area. Contact the faculty to discuss your application). February or July M: on-campus or mixed on and off-campus GDip: on campus GDip: mixed on and off-campus GCert: mixed on and off-campus CLINICAL NURSING M 18 3 years part-time February On-campus or mixed onand off-campus CLINICAL PHARMACY M/GDip 18 M: 1.5 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time CLINICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY M/GCert 18 M: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time GCert: 6 months full-time. DIABETES MSc/GDip/GCert 18 MSc: 1.5 years full-time or equivalent parttime GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time GCert: 6 months full-time or equivalent part-time DIETETICS M 18 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time. The second year is offered on a full-time basis only. See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. M: A bachelor degree in a biology or biomedical/life science based discipline or equivalent. Graduates from other science disciplines are considered. GDip: A Bachelor of Science (Medical Science) or a Bachelor of Science degree with an appropriate major. Candidates holding qualifications other than those specified are assessed on an individual basis. Applicants must be registered in Division One with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia with a Bachelor of Science (Nursing), or its equivalent. Alternate mode of entry (non-degree) will be offered to nurses registered in Division One with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia but without an undergraduate degree. Non degree students must meet the School of Nursing and Midwifery s criteria for alternate mode of entry. Nurses who do not have an undergraduate comprehensive or postgraduate midwifery qualification will be required to complete a maternity nursing bridging program prior to entry. Registered Midwives who do not hold a Registered Nursing qualification will not be eligible to apply for this program. A Bachelor of Science (Nursing) degree or equivalent with a course weighted average of at least 65 per cent. Applicants must also be registered in Division One with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia and have at least 12 months full-time experience in the specialist area of practice relevant to the stream for which they are applying and must be concurrently employed in an approved area, working at least 18 hours per week. February On-campus N/A M: A pharmacy degree, an appropriate honours degree or a relevant postgraduate diploma with a minimum of one year of work experience as a registered pharmacist, preferably with experience in hospital pharmacy. GDip: A Bachelor of Pharmacy or another relevant degree, and a minimum of one year of work experience as a registered pharmacist, preferably with experience in hospital pharmacy. Selection is competitive, and is based on grades achieved in previous study and relevant experience. February or July The mid-year intake is part-time study only. This will extend the course duration. M: on-campus or mixed on and off-campus GCert: on-campus or mixed on and off-campus All students will need to provide evidence of successful completion of an approved course in first aid (CPR). See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. February or July Off-campus See advice on communicable diseases, criminal screening and working with children page 13. February On-campus See advice on criminal screening on page 13. If you are eligible, you will be required to submit supplementary information regarding personal attributes that are essential for dietetic practitioners, particularly communication skills. Your application will be reviewed by a selection panel. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH GDip 19 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time February or July Mixed on and off-campus or fully online FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MSc/GDip/GCert HEALTH ADMINISTRATION M/GDip HEALTH PROMOTION M/GDip/GCert INTERNATIONAL HEALTH M/GDip/GCert 20 MSc: 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time GCert: 6 months full-time or equivalent part-time 21 M: 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time 21 M: 1.5 years full-time, or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time (if commencing in semester 1), or equivalent part-time GCert: 1 year part-time 22 M: 1.5 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time GCert: 6 months full-time or equivalent part-time See advice on communicable diseases and February or July On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and February or July M: on-campus, off-campus and mixed on and off-campus GDip: on-campus or off-campus N/A February or July On-campus or off-campus See advice on communicable diseases and February or July Fully-online See advice on communicable diseases and MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY M 22 3 years part-time February or July Off-campus Supplementary information is required see curtin.edu.au. M: A 4-year bachelor degree and a minimum of 2 years of relevant clinical experience (for example experience in fields of clinical practice directly related to the chosen course of study) or, a graduate-entry masters degree and a minimum of 2 years relevant clinical experience. Applicants with a Diploma of Physiotherapy or a 3-year bachelor degree can apply for the graduate certificate pathway. GCert: A bachelor degree in physiotherapy or equivalent, plus at least six months relevant clinical experience. Applicants must be registered physiotherapists with the Physiotherapy Board of Australia or eligible for limited registration for postgraduate training in Australia. MSc: A Graduate Certificate in Diabetes or industry equivalent. You will also be required to provide supplementary information with your application. Additional requirements - students must have current health discipline-specific registration, where appropriate, to undertake any unit involving clinical practice. GDip and GCert: A bachelor degree in a relevant clinical based health, allied health or other relevant field plus at least 12 months experience in a specialist area of practice. Registered nurses, enrolled nurses and Indigenous health workers who do not hold a bachelor degree may be considered on the basis of their clinical practice, education and professional development. The course entry is competitive and a high course weighted average is required, for example a course weight average of 65 per cent or more. An equivalent undergraduate degree needs to meet the Dietician s Association of Australia (DAA) requirements for entry to a graduate entry master. These requirements specify that 50 per cent of each of the first and second years of undergraduate study must comprise bioscience, chemistry, physiology and biochemistry, as outlined in the Manual for Accreditation of Dietetic Education Programs. You will also need to have completed the equivalent of 100 credit points of undergraduate nutrition at second- and third-year level. You are not eligible to enter this program if you have a dietetic qualification that can be considered by the DAA for recognition of overseas skills. A bachelor degree in a related discipline including public health, human biology, food technology, environmental science, biology, chemistry and allied health. Graduates with a degree from other disciplines may be admitted following successful completion of prescribed units. MSc: A bachelor degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline plus at least two years of relevant post-qualification work experience. Your work experience will be assessed on the basis of your level of seniority, job description, work-based referee reports, publications or other written reports and short courses or conference attendance. GDip: A bachelor degree or equivalent in science, engineering, nutrition, environmental health, home economics, agriculture or other appropriate discipline. Applicants with other qualifications and experience are considered but may be required to complete additional bridging units. GCert: A bachelor degree in an appropriate field or equivalent. Applicants usually require a bachelor degree or advanced diploma but, in certain cases, relevant work experience may be recognised. A bachelor degree or equivalent in an appropriate discipline plus work experience in health administration. Applicants without the required qualifications and work experience may be required to undertake additional bridging units. M: A relevant bachelor degree plus two years of relevant post bachelor degree work experience. Work experience is assessed on the basis of the following level of seniority and responsibility, job description, work based referee report, publications or other written reports, short courses or conference attendance. GDip: An undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification from a tertiary institution preferably in a health professional area, education, behavioural sciences, social sciences, or management. Applicants with other qualifications and expertise are considered for admission, but may be required to complete appropriate bridging units. GCert: A Bachelor degree or equivalent with a health related background from a recognised tertiary institution. M: A bachelor degree or equivalent and/ or a graduate qualification plus significant work experience at a senior level in a health science or a relevant professional discipline. Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae and a brief statement of their specific interests in international health (maximum 250 words) with their application. GDip and GCert: A bachelor degree or equivalent and relevant work experience. Selection is based on academic background and work experience. Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae and a brief statement of their specific interests in international health (maximum 250 words) with their application. Entry to the masters degree requires a recognised bachelor degree in medical imaging science or a related area. Those applicants without a medical imaging science background will need to demonstrate evidence of tertiary level tuition in human biology and psychology and provide referees for patient-based clinical experience. 2 3

4 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS COURSE PAGE DURATION WHEN STUDY MODE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS MIDWIFERY M years full-time or equivalent part-time February or July On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and MIDWIFERY GDip years full-time February or July On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and NURSING M/GDip 24 M: 1.5 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time NURSING PRACTICE M (GRADUATE ENTRY) February or July M: on-campus, off-campus and mixed on and off-campus GDip: on-campus See advice on communicable diseases and 25 2 years plus a summer term July Mixed mode and partially online See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. NURSE PRACTITIONER M 25 3 years part-time February or July On-campus, off-campus and mixed on and off-campus OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY M/GDip OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT GCert 26 M: 1.5 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. A Postgraduate Diploma in Midwifery or equivalent and recent midwifery practice. Registration as a midwife with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. Those meeting these requirements may be eligible for recognition of prior learning to the third semester of the course. Applicants who are eligible for registration as a midwife with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, a hospital based certificate in midwifery, and recent midwifery practice, may be eligible for recognition of prior learning to the second semester of the course. A bachelor degree in nursing or equivalent and registration as a nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. Non-degree Registered Nurses may be admitted with an alternative mode of entry assessment. Recent clinical experience is necessary. M: A bachelor degree in nursing or equivalent with a course-weighted average (CWA) of at least 70 per cent or a postgraduate diploma in nursing or equivalent with a CWA of at least 65 per cent, plus Division One registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia and at least one year of post-registration clinical experience. Applicants with a degree in a relevant field may be considered but will be required to undertake additional units to develop essential nursing knowledge and skills. Students must have successfully completed appropriate research units in their undergraduate degree. GDip: A bachelor degree in nursing or equivalent with a course-weighted average of at least 60 per cent, plus Division One registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia and at least one year of post-registration clinical experience. Applicants with a degree in a relevant field may be considered. Selection is based on academic performance, clinical experience, professional references and, where necessary, an interview. All applicants must hold a recognised bachelor degree or graduate degree with a high course weighted average (greater than 70 per cent). It is essential that applicants have successfully completed a research unit and a human biology related unit at tertiary level. Students who have not completed these units may be able to study them through the Health Sciences Graduate Entry Foundation course. A Bachelor of Science (Nursing) or equivalent plus a one year graduate clinical practice program (or equivalent) with a course-weighted average (CWA) of at least 70 per cent or greater in the bachelor degree.students must be registered in Division One of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia and should have four years full-time equivalent practice in their selected clinical specialisation. Their application will be assessed on the basis of clinical and education experience, academic performance and professional development. February or July Off-campus M: A Bachelor of Science degree which may include health sciences, engineering, medicine or similar plus 2 years relevant work experience. GDip: A bachelor degree which many include health (sciences), engineering, medicine or similar months full-time or equivalent part-time February or July Off-campus See advice on communicable diseases and OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE M 27 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time February or July Mixed on and off-campus See advice on communicable diseases and OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY GCert 28 5 months full-time or equivalent part-time February or July On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY M (GRADUATE ENTRY) years full-time or equivalent part-time January On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. PARAMEDICINE GCert 28 1 year part-time February Mixed on and off-campus two units are offered online PHARMACY M (GRADUATE ENTRY) PHYSIOTHERAPY M (GRADUATE ENTRY) See advice on communicable diseases and 30 2 years full-time January On-campus Supplementary information is required see page years full-time January On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. PSYCHOLOGY M 32 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time February On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. PSYCHOLOGY M (PROFESSIONAL) PUBLIC HEALTH M/GDip/GCert RADIATION THERAPY M (GRADUATE ENTRY) 32 1 year full-time February On-campus Applicants must be eligible for registration with the Psychology Board of Australia as a provisional psychologist. 32 M: 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time GCert: 6 months full-time or equivalent part-time 34 2 years and 3 months full-time or part-time equivalent SEXOLOGY M/GDip 34 M: 2 years full-time or equivalent part-time GDip: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time SPEECH PATHOLOGY M (GRADUATE ENTRY) February or July M, GDip and GCert: available fully online, on-campus, off-campus and mixed on and off-campus See advice on communicable diseases and February On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and February On-campus or mixed on and off campus Supplementary information is required see page years full-time February On-campus See advice on communicable diseases and Supplementary information is required see page 12. A bachelor degree from a recognised tertiary institution. Applicants must have a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree or equivalent and relevant work experience for entry into the program. A Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) or equivalent. Applicants must have a bachelor degree preferably in a health or human science related discipline. Entrance into this course is competitive. Evidence of studies in human biosciences (for example, human biology) and psychology or behavioural science is required. If such evidence is not available, applicants may need to undertake prerequisite bridging units before commencing the program. A Bachelor of Science (Nursing) or equivalent is desirable, and applicants must hold a Division One registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. Applicants must have at least 24 months experience in an acute area of practice. A hospital-based diploma may be considered. A current WA driver s licence is required. All prospective applicants will be subject to an interview and selection process with St John Ambulance Association and Curtin University. A relevant bachelor degree or equivalent with a history of above average grades. You will need to have completed at least one tertiary unit in mathematics, statistics, chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, human biology and physiology. A relevant bachelor degree or equivalent and completion of units in musculoskeletal anatomy, psychology and human biology or physiology at university level. Study of units in research methods or evidence based practice, physics and statistics is desirable. A four-year Bachelor of Psychology or equivalent, approved by the Australian Psychological Society (APS). A psychology degree with 2A Honours or equivalent within the last 10 years. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed. M: A bachelor degree or equivalent in a health-related discipline. Those with bachelor degrees in behavioural sciences, commerce and management, education, science and social science are also encouraged to apply. GDip: A bachelor degree or equivalent, preferably in a health science field, behavioural science, education, social science or management. Those with other qualifications and expertise will be considered but may be required to complete additional bridging units which will extend the course duration. GCert: A bachelor degree or advanced diploma or equivalent. In certain cases relevant work experience may be recognised. A relevant bachelor degree or equivalent, and the completion of units in anatomy and human biology, or physiology at tertiary level. The study of physics or mathematics at tertiary level is also desirable. M: A recognised degree in a related health profession such as medical, social work or welfare studies, theology, education, health promotion, health sciences, psychology, sociology, anthropology, or biological sciences. GDip: A bachelor degree in a professional health field, social work or welfare studies, psychology, theology, education, biological sciences or behavioural sciences, including sociology or anthropology. Applicants with an honours degree or a bachelor degree with a course weighted average of 65% are eligible for entry to the program. The application process is competitive and typically successful applicants have demonstrated a distinction average. Evidence of studies in human biology and statistics at university level is essential. Applicants without this background will have to complete additional units in this area before commencing the course. Applicants will also submit a personal statement that reflects relevant work experience and knowledge of the profession. 4 ULTRASOUND GCert 36 1 year part-time February or July Off-campus Entry to the Graduate Certificate in Ultrasound requires a recognised Bachelor Degree in Medical Imaging Science or a related area. 5

5 RESEARCH EXCELLENCE With a breadth of research activity, the Faculty of Health Sciences works across disciplines and beyond the University, connecting bright minds to find innovative solutions to the world s greatest health challenges. We offer pioneering taught courses that draw upon our leading research and strong links to global industry. Our research strengths include: Biomolecular Interactions and Drug Discovery in Chronic Conditions Health Informatics and Genomics Healthy Environment and Behaviours Human Movement and Rehabilitation Lifespan Development and Ageing Metabolic Health Neurosciences and Mental Health Pathogenesis and Management of Disease Vulnerable Populations. Innovative Research Facilities Curtin University is committed to providing high-quality facilities for its research students. It has recently invested millions in innovative facilities including the Curtin Health Innovative Research Institute (CHIRI) Biosciences Research Precinct and a dedicated graduate research hub for research students. The CHIRI Biosciences precinct is a $35 million investment uniting leading researchers and educators across biomedical sciences, pharmacy and public health in a central multidisciplinary research and teaching community. The precinct is helping to drive the search for better methods of preventing, diagnosing and treating a range of chronic diseases and reducing the impact of diseases that burden populations worldwide. It provides 24 specialised suites and laboratory space for more than 100 scientists and research students. One laboratory houses a live-cell confocal microscope a sophisticated instrument for the high-resolution imaging of cells. A further $2 million worth of diagnostic equipment for advanced gene, protein and cell analysis will help deliver unprecedented capabilities to researchers. 6 7

6 YOUR STUDY OPTIONS Your decision to enrol in a coursework program, a research program, or a program featuring both modes of study, largely depends on what you want to achieve and your study preferences. Postgraduate programs are for students who already have an undergraduate degree and want to study further. Postgraduate Studies by Coursework GRADUATE CERTIFICATE (GCert) Graduate certificate courses are designed to develop advanced knowledge and skills in a specialised area that may or may not be directly related to your undergraduate degree. Some graduate certificates are available for non-graduates and most allow you to progress towards further postgraduate study. All of the programs are career oriented, and usually take one semester full-time or equivalent part-time. GRADUATE DIPLOMA (GDip) The graduate diploma is a specialised, vocationally oriented award designed to develop knowledge and skills beyond the level achieved in a graduate certificate. Entry is normally based on completion of a bachelor degree or graduate certificate, although this can be in an unrelated field if you have work experience in the field of study. Less academically qualified applicants may still apply. Graduate diplomas are usually completed in two semesters fulltime or equivalent part-time. GRADUATE ENTRY MASTER (M) Graduate entry master courses provide a pathway for students who already hold a bachelor degree to gain an entry-level qualification in a profession. Graduate entry masters are available in dietetics, nursing practice, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physiotherapy, radiation therapy and speech pathology. MASTER DEGREE (M) A masters degree provides you with specialised knowledge and skills for research or advanced professional practice. Entry is normally based on completion of a bachelor degree, sometimes combined with relevant work experience, or completion of a graduate diploma. Where appropriate, provision may be made for you to undertake a bridging unit for entry into a masters degree. Doctoral Degrees Coursework or Research A doctoral degree helps you develop systematic and critical understanding of a complex area of learning or professional practice. It usually requires at least three years of study. Students with a master degree, or a bachelor degree with first or upper second-class honours, may be considered for admission. In exceptional cases, applicants with a bachelor pass degree may also be considered if they can demonstrate superior academic achievement, significant work experience, and the capacity to undertake significant research. Research doctorates may sometimes be undertaken in a mixed mode with one or two semesters completed in Perth and the remainder in your home country if applicable. This arrangement depends on your project and must be negotiated with your supervisor. Master by Research and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees At least two-thirds of work towards a master by research degree must be pure research. The award indicates that you have contributed significantly to your field and are capable of carrying out independent research. Applications for master by research or PhD degrees must include a written two-page research proposal outlining the parameters and purpose of the research you wish to undertake. Visit: futurestudents.curtin.edu.au/postgraduates/how-to-get-in/ how-to-apply.cfm for more information and to download the application form. Although students may need to complete some coursework units, the major part of the work will be in the form of a thesis written under the guidance of a supervisor. Distance and Online Education Learn anywhere, any time with our range of distance and online education options. Studying at a distance or online gives you the flexibility to fit your degree around your lifestyle, while access to Curtin s library, support services and learning tools such as UniEnglish, Blackboard and the learning centre will help you to reach your potential. For details on online courses visit online.curtin.edu.au. Open Universities Australia Curtin is a member of Open Universities Australia (OUA), a program that allows students to complete university degrees through distance or online education. The courses offered through OAU include: Graduate Diploma in International Health Graduate Certificate in International Health Master of Public Health Graduate Diploma in Public Health Graduate Certificate in Public Health Master of Health Promotion Postgraduate Diploma in Health Promotion Graduate Certificate in Health Promotion Master of Health Industry Management Graduate Diploma in Health Industry Management Graduate Certificate in Health Industry Management. For more information visit open.edu.au. 8 9

7 POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS TUITION FEES Postgraduate courses attract fees. However, there are a range of schemes and services to help students with fees, including government loan programs. COMMONWEATLTH SUPPORT PLACES (CSP) Some postgraduate coursework programs may have Commonwealth supported places available to students. This means that students pay a proportion of the cost of their course and the Government funds the balance. In previous years this type of place was known as HECS the Higher Education Contribution Scheme. FULL-FEE PLACES Many postgraduate coursework programs only offer full-fee places. Students in these courses pay the full tuition cost of the course and must make payment upfront each semester. For indicative course fees, refer online to: fees.curtin.edu.au. There are a range of scholarships open to students, which are detailed below. Research Scholarships AUSTRALIAN POSTGRADUATE AWARD Australian Postgraduate Awards (APA) are awarded to students with exceptional research potential who undertake a higher degree by research at an eligible Australian higher education provider. Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents are eligible to receive an APA. The APA is available for a period of two years for a research masters, and three years, for a research doctorate. Doctoral students are eligible to apply for an extension of up to six months. The APA provides an annual living allowance of $24,653 (2013 value). This stipend is indexed annually and is tax-free unless taken on a part-time basis#. The APA also provides a thesis allowance and a relocation allowance for successful applicants who relocate from another Australian state to take up the award*. In addition, all successful applicants of the APA will receive a Curtin Research Scholarship (CRS) bringing the total scholarship package to $32,500 per annum tax-free. HIGHER EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM (HELP) HECS-HELP AND FEE-HELP HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP are loan programs (or discounts for up-front payments) for eligible students studying at public universities. The HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP schemes provide interest-free, incomecontingent loan facilities for students. HECS-HELP can be used for students who have a Commonwealth supported place. FEE-HELP is available to students who have a full-fee place. Australian citizens, holders of a permanent humanitarian visa, and holders of a permanent visa who are undertaking a bridging study for overseas-trained professionals*, are eligible for the schemes. A student can elect to pay a portion of fees directly to the University and the remaining debt will be registered as a loan through the Australian Tax Office (ATO). Students will commence repaying any of their HELP loan through the ATO once their income reaches the minimum threshold for compulsory repayment. For more information visit: studyassist.gov.au. For indicative course fees, refer online to: fees.curtin.edu.au. For further information visit: scholarships.curtin.edu.au. NATIONAL HEALTH AND MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (NHMRC) SCHOLARSHIPS The aim of the NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarships scheme is to support outstanding Australian health and medical graduates early in their career so that they can be trained to conduct research that is internationally competitive, and develop a capacity for original independent research. This is usually achieved by the NHMRC funding successful applicants to attain a research based postgraduate degree, which may be a PhD, a PhD equivalent degree, or Masters degree. For further information visit nhmrc.gov.au. CURTIN UNIVERSITY POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS (CUPS) CUPS are awarded to students of exceptional research potential who undertake a higher degree by research at Curtin University. Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents are eligible to receive a CUPS. CUPS are available for a period of two years for a research masters and three years for a research doctorate. Doctoral students are eligible to apply for an extension of up to six months. CUPS provides an annual living allowance of $24,653 (2013 value). This stipend is indexed annually and is tax-free unless taken on a part-time basis#. The CUPS also provides a thesis allowance; and a relocation allowance for successful applicants who relocate from another Australian state to take up the award*. In addition, all successful applicants of the CUPS will receive a Curtin Research Scholarship (CRS) bringing the total scholarship package to $27,500 per annum tax-free. For further information visit: scholarships.curtin.edu.au. #Successful applicants must be enrolled on a full-time basis while in receipt of an APA or CUPS, unless permission has been sought to hold the scholarship on a part- time basis. *Successful applicants of the APA or CUPS are expected to be enrolled as an internal student unless permission has been sought to be external. * Students must reside in Australia for the duration of their study

8 APPLYING TO CURTIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION Entry Requirements Criminal Record Screening Working With Children Checks COURSEWORK ENTRY REQUIREMENTS See pages 2 to 5. RESEARCH ENTRY REQUIREMENTS A higher degree by research differs from other postgraduate degrees in that at least two-thirds of the study program must involve research. Although you may need to complete some coursework units, the main part of the work will be a thesis written under the guidance of a supervisor. You can check the specific requirements for master and doctoral research degrees at: curtin.edu.au/research/ futurestudents/admission.cfm. Applications for most higher degrees by research can be made at any time of the year. Applicants for a number of postgraduate courses should be aware that many of these areas of employment require practitioners to have a criminal record screening. Students in these areas often undertake external placements and clinical practice or practicums that involve contact with the public as a component of the course. External agencies, such as government departments, non-government agencies and hospitals, may require these students to obtain a criminal record screening prior to an external placement, clinical practice or practicum. Note that external agencies can vary their requirements without notice and may not always advise the universities of changes. A criminal record may not necessarily preclude a student from participating in an external placement, clinical practice or practicum. However, serious crimes: of a violent or sexual nature where the victim was under 18 years of age or elderly for dealing or trafficking in drugs involving fraud or any offence which resulted in a jail sentence may render a person unsuitable for employment and/or provision of services to clients. Applicants should be aware that if they apply for a criminal record screening this information may be placed on a national database and made available to other authorities (if it is of a sexual or child-related nature). The University will issue further details on obtaining the relevant criminal record screening to successful applicants upon enrolment, or include the information with an offer of a student place. Successful applicants should apply promptly for criminal record screening as this application may take time to be processed. At this time the University is aware that a criminal record screening is required from students enrolling in the following fields of study: The Working with Children (Criminal Record Checking) Act 2004 aims to protect children from harm by introducing a high standard of compulsory national criminal record checking for people wishing to do paid, unpaid or volunteer work with children in Western Australia. Health Sciences students who will be working with children between the ages of zero and 17, for the purposes of their practicum, require a Working with Children Check. An application for a Working with Children Check is made through Australia Post agencies. For a list of these agencies, go to: apps.nowwhere.com.au/ austpost/postofficelocator or Coursework Degrees Research Degrees AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND APPLICANTS It is important to check the entry requirements for your intended course before beginning the application process. Remember, entry requirements are minimum requirements for a course and the qualifications and experience of past candidates have usually exceeded these. Download, print and complete the application form. The application form for all postgraduate coursework degrees can be downloaded at: futurestudents.curtin.edu.au/postgraduates/how-to-get-in/how-to-apply.cfm. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION A number of our postgraduate courses require supplementary information to support your application, these courses are listed below. For more information visit: futurestudents.curtin.edu.au/postgraduates/ how-to-get- in/supplementary-info.cfm. Child and Adolescent Health Nursing Clinical Nursing Clinical Physiotherapy Diabetes Dietetics Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology) Midwifery Midwifery Nursing Nurse Practitioner Nursing Practice Occupational Therapy Pharmacy Physiotherapy Psychology Sexology Speech Pathology. It is important to check the entry requirements for your intended course before beginning the application process. Remember, entry requirements are minimum requirements for a course and the qualifications and experience of past candidates have usually exceeded these. All applicants must complete the Application for Admission to a Higher Degree by Research. Your application form must be submitted with a summary of your proposed research topic. Guidelines are available to assist you with structuring your proposal. Please limit your proposal to two pages (excluding references). The application form and guidelines can be downloaded at: research.curtin.edu.au/guides/ forms/forms.cfm. If you would like to find out more about applying contact: Faculty of Health Sciences Tel: Fax: health.curtin.edu.au. Child Adolescent Health Nursing Diabetes Dietetics Environmental Health Food Science and Technology Health Promotion International Health Medical Sonography Midwifery Nursing Nursing Practice Nurse Practitioner Occupational Health and Safety Occupational Medicine Occupational Therapy Physiotherapy Psychology Public Health Speech Pathology Communicable Diseases 12 Students in courses that include supervised practice (including research) in a clinical setting are required to undergo screening for, and vaccination against a range of infectious disease before beginning their placement. For specific details relating to these requirements go to: healthsciences.curtin.edu.au/ current_students/immunisation.cfm. 13

9 DOCTORAL DEGREE INFORMATION COURSE NAME MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY CRICOS CODE DURATION LOCATION INTAKES Biomedical Sciences C 2 years Bentley January, July Health Administration B 2 years Bentley January, July Health Sciences J 2 years Bentley January, July Human Communication Science G 2 years Bentley January, July Human Services M 2 years Bentley January, July International Health G 2 years Bentley January, July Medical Imaging Science F 2 years Bentley January, July Nursing and Midwifery F 2 years Bentley January, July Occupational Therapy E 2 years Bentley January, July Pharmacy D 2 years Bentley January, July Physiotherapy C 2 years Bentley January, July Psychology B 2 years Bentley January, July Public Health G 2 years Bentley January, July DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Biomedical Science D 4 years Bentley January, July Clinical Psychology M 4 years Bentley January, July Counselling Psychology C 4 years Bentley January, July Health Sciences A 4 years Bentley January, July Human Communication Science E 4 years Bentley January, July International Health J 4 years Bentley January, July Medical Imaging Science B 4 years Bentley January, July Nursing and Midwifery F 4 years Bentley January, July Occupational Therapy E 4 years Bentley January, July Pharmacy D 4 years Bentley January, July Physiotherapy C 4 years Bentley January, July Psychology B 4 years Bentley January, July Public Health B 4 years Bentley January, July Social Work and Social Policy M 4 years Bentley January, July DOCTOR Clinical Physiotherapy K 4 years Bentley February, July For more information on doctoral degrees at Curtin go to: curtin.edu.au/research/conduct-research/research-degrees.cfm 14 15

10 For entry requirement information, please see pages 2 to 5. Many high-quality research students are attracted to Curtin from across the globe, and it s been great to network with like-minded students in the field of biomedical sciences. Vishal Chaturvedi Doctor of Philosophy Biomedical Science Biomedical Science M/GDip The Master of Biomedical Science allows you to choose elective units that will focus on molecular biotechnology or on infectious diseases, within a biomedical context. You can learn key laboratory techniques in modern molecular genetics, microbiology,biotechnology, and medical sciences and can put your learning into practice in an advanced laboratory unit, or through individual projects within a research or diagnostic laboratory. In practical work, you will be presented with real-life situations involving experimental design, technique selection and solving practical problems in the laboratory. Graduates can seek employment in biotechnology and allied industries, in government, hospital and university research and development laboratories and in other professions that require an advanced understanding of molecular biosciences. Graduates are eligible for membership of the Australian Biotechnology Association and equivalent industry organisations internationally. Child and Adolescent Health Nursing GDip/GCert This course is designed to prepare registered nurses for the diverse role of the community health nurse. Key elements of the curriculum are professional accountability, evidence-based practice and competence to practice. You will learn to assess, plan, develop, implement and evaluate health promotion and education programs with community participation. You will also develop effective health research skills and learn to critically evaluate research findings and incorporate evidence-based knowledge into their community health nursing practice. Graduates can seek employment in community health practice in metropolitan, rural and remote area settings

11 For entry requirement information, please see pages 2 to 5. Clinical Nursing M This course is designed to develop your specialist practice with a focus on clinical leadership, promotion and integration of evidence-based nursing. You will have the opportunity to take specialist streams in critical care nursing, coronary care nursing, high dependency nursing, paediatric intensive care nursing, emergency nursing, orthopaedic nursing, perianaesthesia nursing, acute care nursing, perioperative nursing and neonatal nursing. The course emphasis is on developing graduates consistent with the profile of the specialist nurse. It is a collaborative program delivered in conjunction with clinical partners such as Royal Perth Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital for Children. Many graduates achieve promotional positions in clinical fields such as clinical nurse and clinical nurse specialist. This course also provides the foundation for professional doctoral studies. Clinical Pharmacy M/GDip This degree offers qualified pharmacists an opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills. It also provides advanced knowledge and skills in clinical pharmacy, with a focus on enhanced clinical capability. The course places special emphasis on the effective use and interpretation of clinical and laboratory data, and evidence from the scientific literature in the identification and mangement of drug-related problems. You will also undertake practice-relevant research designed to develop your skills to solve real-world problems. For pharmacists, this program can lead to careers in areas such as: medication reviews and cognitive services hospital pharmacy specialisation (many graduates can apply for promotion after completion of this course) introduction of new cognitive services in community pharmacy academia. This course does not qualify graduates for registration as a pharmacist in Australia. Clinical Physiotherapy M/GCert In this course you ll major in continence and women s health, manipulative therapy or sports physiotherapy. All majors study the philosophy of evidence-based practice and develop practical skills in identifying, acquiring, evaluating and using evidence. You will further your clinical decision- making skills through the use of statistical analysis, including the examination of various forms of statistical testing. You will choose from a range of specialised higher-level units and be given the opportunity to study clinical management, and examine the theories and techniques of physiotherapy practice. You will also study models of service delivery, current developments in physiotherapy care, promotion of health, and prevention of disease and dysfunction in the client group. Diabetes MSc/GDip/GCert This course provides you with the opportunity to advance foundation knowledge and skills in diabetes selfmanagement within the framework of chronic disease and the health impacts associated with the disease. In addition you will undertake advanced scholarly activity primarily in the diabetes field. Graduates generally find advanced career prospects in the chronic disease management field. Eligible health professionals will be able to use completion of this course as part evidence for credentialing. Dietetics M (Graduate Entry) In this course you complete a range of specialist topics in nutrition, counselling and food service. You also take two clinical placements, one in a hospital and one in a metropolitan or regional community health centre. Graduates may find employment as members of health teams in hospitals, community or public health, food services, sporting groups, research teams and private practice. This course is designed to meet the accreditation standards of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA). Accreditation is currently under review by the DAA. Environmental Health GDip In this course you will undertake a range of coursework units covering the core aspects of environmental health science, including environmental health management, law, and risk assessment. Your learning will be supported by studies in public health. You ll learn to effectively conduct environmental research and to plan, assess, implement and evaluate public health programs. This course is fully accredited by Environmental Health Australia and also the Western Australian Environmental Health Officers Professional Review Board. In Western Australia, if you wish to be appointed to positions in local government, you may be required to undertake a workplace practicum. Graduates can gain employment in a variety of government positions at local, state, and federal level, as well as in private industry, including the food and resource sectors. At local government level graduates are typically employed as environmental health officers, while at state and federal level they may be employed in various departments across both the health and environment areas. The skills and knowledge that I gained while studying at Curtin are things that I use on a daily basis in my career. Merrin Lowe Graduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy 18 19

12 For entry requirement information, please see pages 2 to 5. Food Science and Technology MSc/GDip/GCert The food industry is the largest industry in the world and needs highly trained professionals in food science and technology to ensure the supply, quality and safety of food. This field offers diverse and challenging careers and has been designed to provide you with professional training if you are already employed in the food industry, or if you are in other science fields such as: agriculture, nutrition, engineering, environmental health, consumer science and other related disciplines. It is ideal if you are looking to increase your professional status and to diversify your career opportunities as the course provides an increased knowledge base in the food science and technology field. There is a high and growing demand for graduates of food science and technology in a range of professional areas including food quality assurance, research and development of new products and new processing technologies, microbiology, technical consulting, and sales and marketing. This program has an excellent reputation with government bodies and industry in Australia and overseas. These courses are professionally recognised by the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) and graduates are encouraged to become members. Health Administration M/GDip In these courses you will develop conceptual knowledge in the field of health policy management. They are designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in senior policy, management, leadership and planning positions within health related organisations. You will choose from a range of specialist topics in health planning, health management, leadership, health policy, quality and safety and economics. Graduates are prepared for roles in the public and private sectors in health management, administration and clinical management. Health Promotion M/GDip/GCert This course has been developed to further your knowledge and increase your skills in the major principles pertaining to health promotion. Current issues in optimising health and prevention of disease are addressed, research skills are developed, and planning, implementation and evaluation of health promotion programs in various settings are undertaken. The research component of the course is taken under appropriate academic supervision and tailored to meet your needs. Employment can be found at local, state, national and international government agencies, and nongovernment agencies such as the National Heart Foundation, Cancer Council, Health Department, Main Roads, local government, Medicare locals and the WA AIDS Council

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