Postgraduate course information
The Graduate School of Health offers a range of innovative graduate entry masters (GEM) programs, most of which require students to have a previous health/science-related undergraduate degree.
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Like our coursework content, the research program in the Graduate School of Health responds to the needs of the contemporary health care profession. We're known for projects that shape health care policy and practice, and our work plays an important role in building the broader UTS research profile.
In fact, GSH research embodies everything that UTS is known for – it's collaborative and interdisciplinary, it uses technology in innovative ways, it demonstrates a commitment to research development, and it's enhancing the links between research, teaching and learning.
Research students are guided by supervisors who are leading researchers in their fields and are supported by a strong research culture. Research degrees offer students the opportunity to gain research training by undertaking original research and investigating questions related to a broad range of areas.
Initial inquiries regarding UTS: Graduate School of Health research degrees should be directed to: