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On completion of the Graduate Diploma you may apply for entry to the Master program (144 credit points). Entry into the Master program is dependent on a Distinction average grade achieved in the Graduate Diploma, and a specific topic for research to be undertaken.
The Research Methods course is taught online with some requirement for weekend contact. The project activity does not require any formal time on campus, but there will be a requirement for frequent interaction with the project supervisor on a mutually agreed basis.
There will be discussion groups featuring all Master students. Should you wish to utilise specific occupational hygiene or ergonomics instrumentation or equipment for your project, this would be through agreement with your project supervisor.
The following is an example of courses offered:
- Research Methods (12 credit points)
- Research Project 1 (12 credit points)
- Research Project 2 (24 credit points)
Plans are variations offered for a program such as specialisations, modes of delivery or location. Browse a plan to see the courses our students are currently studying.
Master of Occupational Health and Safety
3 years part time, 6 semesters part time
|City Campus||3 years part time, 6 semesters part time|