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Master of Clinical Research

    • CRICOS Code: 055848G

    What will I study?

    Overview

    The Master of Clinical Research builds on the fundamentals of clinical research methodology, ethical responsibilities, project management, knowledge translation and the dedicated research elective stream delivered as part of the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma programs. The final stage in the Master of Clinical Research is a dedicated research project and thesis.

    Flexible study options for those looking to develop a clinical research career

    The Master of Clinical Research is a 150 credit point award taken over 1.5 years full time or 3 years part time.

    The Master thesis year is a full 50 point research project subject. You will focus on an area of research interest with the support and supervision of some of the best researchers globally.

    Please note: graduates of the Specialist Certificate in Clinical Research in Neuroscience can have this award credited as an elective towards the Graduate Diploma or Master awards. Those with a Specialist Certificate are encouraged to complete the remaining core subjects to earn the full award.

    Pathway to a PhD

    The Master of Clinical Research satisfies the 25 point research pathway to PhD admission.

    Course delivery dates

    Study periodDate Core Subjects
    Semester 1
    Or
    Semester 2
    Or
    Year long
    4 March - 2 June 2019

    29 July - 27 October 2019

    4 March - 27 October 2019
    Clinical Research Thesis
    Semester 1 25 - 28 February 2019 Principles of Clinical Research
    Semester 1 25 - 28 March 2019 Study Design in Clinical Research
    Year long 29 April - 13 September 2019 Research Development & Translation
    Semester 2 5 - 9 August 2019 Responsibilities in Clinical Research
    Semester 2 28 October - 1 November 2019 Data Analysis in Clinical Research
    Study periodDate Elective Subjects
    Year long Session 1: 6 - 8 May 2019
    Session 2: 24 - 26 June 2019
    Session 3: 16 - 18 September 2019 
    Advanced Clinical Trial Design
    Semester 1 20 - 22 March 2019 Leadership in a Clinical Setting
    Semester 2 7 - 9 August 2019 Leading Healthcare Change for Impact
    Year long
    Or
    Semester 1
    Or
    Semester 2 
    4 April 2019 - 27 October 2019

    4 April 2019 - 2 June 2019

    29 July 2019 - 27 October 2019 
    Clinical Research Proposal
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    Tam Nguyen

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