The Master of Health Research equips students with advanced knowledge and skills in health research design and practice, including the ability to plan and implement a substantial research project.

Unique features of the course include learning from acclaimed Menzies professionals and supervisors in the specialist areas of Indigenous health, public health and global health.

Our students acquire theoretical and practical capabilities in epidemiology; biostatistics; quantitative and qualitative research methods.

Career opportunities for graduates include the areas of health research and professional public health practice.

2020 Modes of Study

Internal Mode- on offer at CDU Casuarina Campus for:

Semester 1 - PHM516 Indigenous Health, PHM526 Research Design, PHM552 Epidemiology, PHM592 Global Health,  

Semester 2 - PHM527 Health Research Skills, PHM553 BiostatisticsPHM559 Health Policy, PHM588 Qualitative Research Methods

External Mode: (without intensives) for all PHM units delivered through Charles Darwin University’s online learning environment ‘Learnline’.

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Academic Pathway

Following the completion of the Master of Health Research students may proceed, with approval, to Higher Degree Research (HDR) training.