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Master of Applied Science (Respiratory Science)

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Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available

What is this course about?

The Master of Applied Science (Respiratory Science) qualification will provide the respiratory scientist with the competency to carry out fundamental scientific and clinically related research.

The primary objective of this course is to provide appropriate training for technical, paramedical and scientific staff of hospital, universities, private clinics and associated workplaces involved in respiratory health services. It is tailored to meet current and prospective professional development needs and to provide competency to carry out fundamental and clinically related research.

This Charles Sturt University qualification is an investment in your future.

The Master degree offers:

  • the advantages of distance education - flexibility in study times means that you can remain in employment and you can study from your home country
  • teaching materials that are relevant, up-to-date and that meet the standards set by accrediting bodies
  • quality teaching materials and assessment
  • easy access to qualified staff - contact your lecturers in Australia by telephone, facsimile or electronic mail


Applicants with additional degree level qualifications may apply for credit for some subjects. When applying for credit, applicants are required to submit full documentation and details of previous study.

Research component

Students must have access to an approved laboratory to undertake a research project. They will also need to arrange for an external supervisor (of at least Master level qualification) on site for consultation on the project.

An academic supervisor from the School of Biomedical Sciences at Charles Sturt University will also be appointed.

The student, or the laboratory sponsoring them, is responsible for any funds that may be required to undertake the project work.


Initial contact with Bruce Graham in the School of Biomedical Sciences, Charles Sturt University is highly advisable. Please email inquiry@csu.edu.au for the contact details.

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3 years by distance education



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