Graduate Certificate in Public Health (Curtin OUA Postgraduate) - Certificado de Postgrado en Salud Pública
Reproductive medicine is an expanding field. It is at the forefront of emerging medico-scientific technology offering hope to many needy couples, and career opportunities to those with demonstrable skills and knowledge. Increasing numbers of medical practitioners are developing special interests in this area - particularly GPs, family planning practitioners and specialist gynaecologists working in menopause and infertility. In addition there are similar specialisations emerging in nursing and counselling, and amongst biological scientists.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The Graduate Certificate in Reproductive Medicine will be awarded after the satisfactory completion of 24 Units of Credit. Students must complete SWCH9001 Basic Reproductive Physiology (if studying SWCH 9003, 9004 or 9005) and 18 UOC´s from the following list of electives or 24 UOC from the following list. Students may take up to 12 UOC´s in courses from outside the School, with approval from the Program Coordinator.
SWCH9001 Basic Reproductive Physiology (6 UOC)
SWCH9002 Contraception (6 UOC)
SWCH9003 Clinical Reproductive Endocrin (6 UOC)
SWCH9004 Clinical Reproductive Med 1 (6 UOC)
SWCH9005 Clinical Reproductive Med 2 (6 UOC)
SWCH9006 Laboratory Aspects of ART (6 UOC)
SWCH9007 Menopause (6 UOC)
SWCH9008 Psychosocial Issues In Reprod (6 UOC)
SWCH9009 Ethics & Law In Reprod Med (6 UOC)
SWCH9011 Repro Epi Biostats (6 UOC)
SWCH9012 Infections in Reproduction (6 UOC)