Admission to Doctor of Clinical Surgery requires:
- a medical degree;
- evidence of excellence in study;
- successful interview or examination; and
- advance post graduate knowledge of anatomy, surgical pathology and applied physiology; or
completion of the basic training requirements of the Australian College of Surgeons, or a Fellowship of the Australian College of Surgeons.
See the course rules for further details.
The Doctor of Clinical Surgery requires the successful completion of 144 credit points of units of study including:
- 108 credit points of core units of study including a 36 credit
point research dissertation; and
- 36 credit points of elective units of study.
Generally, in each semester, students enrol in two clinical surgery units, (unless exemptions are granted), one research unit of study and one elective. In special circumstances a student may apply to undertake two electives in one semester but then must undertake two research units of study the following semester.