Overview of Course
This Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) accredited postgraduate course is aligned to the current 4 year post graduate specialist medical Training Program conducted by the Australasian College of Dermatologists and will provide successful candidates with a recognised higher education qualification in the area of dermatology.
Students who enrol in this course will complete it in parallel with their participation in the specialist training program. The Master of Dermatology (Coursework) extends the depth of knowledge and understanding of key areas of the current specialist training program’s curriculum through course work and research to equip students to apply this in making better clinical decisions and making a positive contribution to advancing dermatological understanding.
On completion of this course students will be able to:
To be eligible to apply for entry^ into this course, applicants must
^ The Academic Standards Committee (ASC) may from time to time, on a strict case by case basis, determine to admit a person to the program who fails to satisfy any of the criterion listed.
What you’ll study
Students must complete 12 Core subjects
Teaching and Assessment
This is a blended course involving teaching strategies which may include:
The following assessment strategies may be used in this course:
This course is aligned with the AQF standards and meets the ‘threshold standards’ laid down by TEQSA for higher education courses)Specific policies relating to Higher Education Provider (HEP) courses can be found in the Education Policies section of the website.
Existing holders of FACD may be eligible for RPL and exemptions into this course.
Expression of interest
If you are interested in finding out more about this course, (including: curriculum, course and subject outlines, study load, assessment and progression guidelines, please forward your details to MADerm@dermcoll.edu.au