Master of Health (Research)

Study Discipline: Medical & Health Sciences
Study Programme Details
City:Bruce, Canberra
Country: Australia
Admission Sessions:Autumn Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Full Time, Part Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Master's degree


24 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Elevate your expertise in health research with the Master of Health (Research) at the University of Canberra. Tailored for experienced graduates in health-related disciplines, this program is designed to equip you with the qualifications to be recognized as a research specialist. Immerse yourself in evaluating and exploring evidence for practice, and gain the skills to conduct impactful health research. Stay at the forefront of industry advancements and contribute to shaping the future of health research.


The Master of Health (Research) offers flexible pathways, allowing you to choose between a research-only or a coursework and research program. Whether you opt for an intensive two-year course or a part-time online program, each research project is meticulously planned and executed under the guidance of leading academics or industry partners in the field. This course is your opportunity to develop critical research skills and gain hands-on experience in researching the health field of your choice. Upon completion, you will produce a thoroughly researched and documented paper or thesis, ready for presentation and peer review.

Admission Requirements

To enroll in this program, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • A recognized undergraduate health sciences degree at honors level or an approved degree or equivalent from a recognized tertiary institution with demonstrated capacity and/or aptitude for research.

CRICOS Code: 069272F

  • Master of Health Research Thesis
  • Research Planning
  • Qualitative Research Practice in Health
  • Quantitative Research Practice in Health
  • Epidemiology and Principles of Research

The programme fee is  $31,500 per year.

Future Career Outcomes

The Master of Health (Research) opens doors to future career outcomes where graduates play pivotal roles in shaping health research. As a recognized research specialist, you contribute to evidence-based practices, influence health policies, and drive positive change in the healthcare landscape.

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