Master of Applied Science


This course allows students to conduct high-impact, multidisciplinary research that spans across our broad priority research areas of: cancer diagnosis and rehabilitation; communication sciences and disorders; disability and mental health; musculature health; and physical activity, lifestyle, ageing and well-being. 

Across the 1-2 year research period, you will gain advanced research and critical thinking skills that will see you publish work in journals, influence health policy and expand your career prospects particularly in industrial research, government, and developmental organisations.

Admission requirements

To be eligible for admission to the Master of Applied Science, you must have completed the equivalent of one of the following in a subject area related to your proposed research area: bachelor's degree master's degree by coursework.