Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

 

How to apply

Domestic students

Please complete the application form

International students

Information for International students

In addition to the attachments required in the application form applicants who are not graduates of this University must submit an original transcript or certified copy of their academic record for all tertiary qualifications to date.

Scholarships

Key information

  • 144 credit points
  • 3 years full time, 6 years part time
  • Course code: 90820
  • Intake periods: February only

Important dates

Applications

Semester 1 2010: December 11

Commence

Semester 1 2010: February 22

This course provides additional theoretical and clinical knowledge in podiatric medicine and surgery beyond the BPodM degree.

Topics include biostatistics and research methodology, practical aspects of extended patient care and patient-oriented research, including the ethics and communication of research, resulting in publication of an original thesis. It is anticipated graduates will be eligible for registration as a specialist podiatric physician with the Podiatrists Registration Board of WA.

Course outline

The course consists of units to a total value of 144 points

(a) All Core units—138 points

Group A

Group B

(b) one unit from the following list of Options—6 points

1 full-time; 2 part-time

Admission requirements

Admission to the Master of requires the following:

  • Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine from this University or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty
  • a minimum of one year's relevant work experience

English Language Competence

All UWA doctorate programs have a necessary minimum level of competence in English.

Course enquiries

Professor Alan Bryant

Telephone: (+61 8) 6488 4523
Email: alan.bryant@uwa.edu.au