Science

Optometry and Vision Science - Masters Degree (Coursework)

1.5YEARS
KENSINGTON CAMPUS
MAP
INTAKE S1 & S2
ATTENDANCE PT or FT
MODE Classroom, Online, Distance, Directed Research, Independent Research

The Master of Optometry program is intended to provide students with advanced knowledge and clinical skills in Optometry and Vision Science.

The program is designed to provide a broad range of courses that offer students training in clinical and theoretical aspects of Optometry with opportunities to advance their knowledge in a number of fields such as Contact Lenses, Business Skills, Public and Community Eye Health, Evidence-Based Practice, Advanced Ocular Disease and Behavioural Optometry.

Admission is limited to students with a minimum of a three-year undergraduate degree in Optometry with a credit average. Upon completion graduates will have advanced disciplinary knowledge and skills to meet the demands of the profession.

Program Code: 

8073

UAC Code: 

N/A

CRICOS Code: 

081122G

Award Level: 

  • Masters Degree (Coursework)

Award: 

Master of Optometry

Minimum Units Of Credit for Award: 

72