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Graduate Certificate in Clinical Neurophysiology

Graduation requirements

To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 32 points.

Study Mode

Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available

What is this course about?

CSU's Graduate Certificate in Clinical Neurophysiology aims to further develop the underpinning neurophysiological background of practising clinical neurophysiology technicians and develop academic skills in literature review, analysis and scientific/clinical communication.

The course is offered by distance education to maximise access to students who will be working in clinical neurophysiology laboratories across Australia and New Zealand . All distance education subjects have an online subject forum which facilitates interaction between students and academic staff.

Course structure

The course of 32 points duration, contains the following 4 X 8 point subjects:

BMS239 Clinical Measurement
BMS301 Medical Science Special Topic
BMS321 Clinical Neuroscience
BMS329 Clinical Neurophysiology

Enrolment pattern

BY PART-TIME STUDY:

Session 1 (Autumn)
BMS239 Clinical Measurement
BMS329 Clinical Neurophysiology

Session 2 (Spring)
BMS321 Clinical Neuroscience
BMS301 Medical Science Special Topic

Professional recognition

The Association of Neurophysiology Technologists of Australia (ANTA), the peak professional body, is keen to access the suite of specialist neurophysiology subjects, as a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Neurophysiology. However, there is no formal accreditation for this course.

At a glance

Study Mode

Distance education

Where

Wagga Wagga

When

Session 1; Session 2

Level

Postgraduate

Duration

1 year by distance education

International?

YES

Indicative ATAR

N/A

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