Students will have undertaken an approved, supervised research or capstone project culminating in the submission of a written report in the form of a thesis or in the form of an article suitable for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. The report will be examined and graded. Students will be required to attend Conference Week in semester 2, and encouraged to present their work in the form or a poster or, by invitation, an oral presentation. Students must have achieved a pass standard in their MD Final Report in order to undertake the PRINT term and to graduate. Students whose MD Final Reports require remediation will need to revise and resubmit the report prior to the end of Term I. Students whose MD Final Report is not satisfactory after remediation or whose final report is not remediable will be required to complete an 8 week capstone project in Term J, and will undertake a delayed PRINT term.
Lectures, seminars, tutorials, on-line learning tasks.
This will comprise: (a) effective participation in small-group/tutorial learning sessions, (b) satisfactory completion of online learning tasks, (c) satisfactory completion of the final MD Project or Capstone Report, and (d) attendance at the MD Research Conference Week activities.
Designated staff known as Research Tutors will monitor students' progress in accordance with scheduled milestones. Additional prerequisite: Students in the 2016 and subsequent cohorts will also be required to have satisfactorily completed MDMP5126
MDMP5211 and MDMP5212 and MDMP5213 and MDMP5214 and MDMP5225 and MDMP5310 and MDMP5320