GRADUATE ENTRY MASTER'S (GEM) DEGREES

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Once you have chosen a career, you’ll want to start work as soon as you can, while being as prepared as possible.  Our Graduate Entry Master’s (GEM) degrees help you do both.

Our (GEM) degrees enable you to attain professional recognition in 2 years and are designed to deliver work-ready graduates in a variety of professions.  Learn more about our courses and register to join our information sessions.


rehab

Rehabilitation Counselling
The aim of rehabilitation counseling is to assist people with disabilities or disadvantage to achieve maximum participation in employment and community life…  more

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OT

Occupational Therapy
Completing school work tasks or getting around town can be difficult for some.  OT’s work closely with their clients to help them participate more fully in everyday life. more

INFO SESSION REGISTRATION - 11 October 2012

Ex Phys

Exercise Physiology
Chronic diseases such as diabetes are responsible for about 70% of illness in Australians. The Master of Exercise Physiology is designed to help us change this statistic... more 

INFO SESSION REGISTRATION - 11 October 2012

Orth

Orthoptics
Orthoptists are eye therapists who specialise in the diagnosis and management of eye disorders. They are are experts in eye movement, paediatrics and rehabilitation.  more    

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Speech

Speech Language Pathology
Communications is the key.  Many Australians have some form of communication disability, such as a problem with speech, hearing, reading and writing.  Speech pathologists assess and treat people across the life-cycle… more

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Physiotherapy
Physiotherapists assess, diagnose and treat people with movement problems caused by a wide variety of joint, muscle and nerve disorders.  Physios use a range of drug free techniques such as joint mobilisation and manipulation.  more

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Radiation Therapy
Radiation therapists are responsible for the delivery of high-energy radiation to cure or relieve symptoms of cancer and other diseases.  Students will have access to the Virtual Environment for Radiotherapy Training (VERT) system that simulates a radiation therapy treatment room to bridge the gap between theory and practice.  more

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Nuc Med

Nuclear Medicine
Nuclear medicine scientists use radionuclides and advanced medical imaging techniques to aid the diagnosis of common human diseases such as cancer and heart disease.  By capturing images using sophisticated instruments, they carry out critical analysis of images and data and work closely with clients.  more

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Diag Rad

Diagnostic Radiography
Diagnostic radiographers are on the frontline of 21st century medicine, working with innovative imaging technologies.  more

INFORMATION SESSION REGISTRATION - 11 October 2012