Master of Clinical Ultrasound

What will I study?


What you will learn

Gain a deep understanding of echocardiography

Understand advanced echocardiography interpretation and the role of echocardiography in clinical situations relevant to perioperative and critical care.

Examine the latest developments in clinical ultrasound

Gain insight into 3D echocardiography, new technologies and novel applications of clinical ultrasound, as well as examining how to approach echocardiography for unusual medical conditions.

Complete an advanced case studies practicum

In your final year, you will undertake a case studies practicum to put your advanced knowledge of clinical ultrasound into practice. You will also examine best-practice research methods and the latest literature.

You will need to obtain practical experience at your institution or attend hands-on workshops to supplement your knowledge base; The UEG offers a variety of hands on workshops, giving you access to our innovative simulator room.

Clinical Ultrasound Pathways

Course structure

The Master of Clinical Ultrasound is a 150-point program, designed to take eighteen months if studying full time or three years if studying part-time. You must complete twelve subjects, each worth 12.5 points.


  • A part-time workload involves two subjects per semester, with an estimated 10 hours study time per week.
  • A full-time workload involves four subjects per semester and an estimated 20 hours study time per week.

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