The School of Medical Sciences Honours course is run part-time over six terms. It provides advanced research training in medical science research including the disciplines of Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, Pathology, Pharmacology and Physiology. Students will undertake a supervised research project that places emphasis on advanced disciplinary knowledge, the use of specialised techniques relevant to their chosen research area, critical thinking and scientific communication. Assessment tasks will include a research manuscript based on substantial independent research activity. For additional information regarding the course structure and assessment details, please visit the School of Medical Sciences website Honours pages, which may be found in the "Course Outline" link in the box below.
The School does not routinely offer part-time enrolment, and this course is reserved for enrolled students who have to switch enrolment status.
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