November 29, 2018

Study Master of Cancer Science in 2019

Explore an unprecedented breadth of integrated, advanced cancer knowledge

In 2019 the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre with the University of Melbourne is offering a Master of Cancer Sciences program for the first time.

The two-year, part-time course will be Australia’s first cancer-specific, wholly online program, delivered by world-class experts from the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) and Australia’s leading university. It will equip students with cutting-edge, specialist knowledge from the forefront of the rapidly evolving fields of clinical care and cancer research.

Whether you aspire to provide top quality clinical care or high impact cancer research, our Master of Cancer Sciences program will enable you to connect the latest evidence-based knowledge to practical skills, positioning you to make a strong contribution to a world-class cancer workforce.

 

The VCCC is offering 20 supported places to study in 2019

 

Twenty supported places are being offered in 2019, providing 50% fee reduction for the first year. Apply by 30 November.

Core subjects for Masters:

Foundations of Cancer
Cancer Research
Research Thesis Capstone – Part 1 (Core for Masters)
Research Thesis Capstone – Part 2 (Core for Masters)
Electives:
Cancer in Society
Cancer Therapeutics
Cancer Diagnostics
Supportive Care and Palliative Care
Cancer Prevention and Control
Drug Discovery and Development
Cancer Across the Lifespan
End of Life Issues
Foundations of Leadership
Quantitative Methods for Evaluation
Psychosocial Oncology
Health Behaviour Change
Leadership in Practice

Online course options
Term 1 February 2019
Term 2 April 2019
Term 3 July 2019
Term 4 October 2019

Applications close: 14 January 2019

For further information and to register your interest: online.unimelb.edu.au/cancer-sciences

You can also contact The University of Melbourne student support team at study-online@unimelb.edu.au or +61 3 8344 0149 (Mon–Fri 8.00am–9.00pm, Sat–Sun 10.00am–5.00pm, public holidays 10.00am–5.00pm).

This article is sourced from our proud Precinct Partner, VCCC 

 

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