Internal Medicine

Study Internal Medicine at the University of Sydney

 

The Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine) is practical and clinically focused. It will refine your ability to diagnose, investigate and manage common and important diseases in adults. It will guide your care of patients and will be readily integrated into your daily clinical work.

Why study with us?

  • Join a new degree that will be jointly delivered by the University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne to bring a unique breath of teaching and clinical experience to the course
  • Study at a basic or advanced level in a range of medical specialties
  • Tailor your study to suit your needs and interests
  • Acquire the knowledge and skills required for the Royal Australasian College of
    Physicians
    Adult Medicine Basic Training examination, and
  • Choose from a broad range of electives, including units in clinical teaching, statistical analysis, grant writing and other research skills.

Who should study this course?

This course is for medical graduates who are working in an Australian or New Zealand jurisdiction and undertaking training with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. It will also be useful for trainees and established clinicians working in Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care Medicine or adult General Practice.

Graduate opportunities

Graduates of this course will acquire the knowledge and skills required for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians Adult Medicine Basic Training examinations, as well as being able to pursue areas of future practice or interest.

Course options

Technical Requirements

The coursework is mostly delivered online and there are minimal technical requirements for the course. These include high speed internet access, a microphone and a webcam. For more information about the technical requirements, please see:

Additional information

Coursework is delivered online except for the capstone unit, which will be available from 2018. The capstone unit will provide an intensive face-to-face opportunity to consolidate and reinforce your knowledge, as well as a chance to interact with senior clinicians and fellow trainees. If you are working full-time consider undertaking 6 - 12 credit points per semester.

Capstone workshop

The compulsory face to face workshop for INTM5001 Internal Management Advanced Management will be held Sunday 28 October – Friday November 2018 inclusive.

For further information, please contact Associate Professor Leo Davies at leo.davies@sydney.edu.au