About this course
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Dr Mahesh Jayaram
|Award title||Master of Psychiatry|
|Year & campus||2019 — Parkville|
|Fees information||Subject EFTSL, level, discipline and census date|
|Study level & type||Graduate Coursework|
|Credit points||150 credit points|
|Duration||36 months part-time|
Please note this is the Online version of the Master of Psychiatry. Please refer to: https://handbook.unimelb.edu.au/view/current/342aa for the face-to-face mode.
The Master of Psychiatry Program is run by the Department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne and was developed following extensive consultation with academic staff, students and Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Psychiatry (RANZCP).
With the need to improve and facilitate the delivery of psychiatric care to a broader cross section of the community, this academic qualification provides doctors with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in working with patients experiencing mental illness.
Psychiatric trainees will particularly appreciate the benefits of this program, as they complement the RANZCP Training Program.
The course comprises core and elective subjects which range from the basics through to cutting-edge research, via exploration of the theoretical concepts in psychiatry and the interrelationship with clinical practice.
The course promotes understanding of the diversity within our community and our geographical region, equity to appropriate treatment for all individuals, and encourages the practitioner to consider the sociocultural factors in their interactions with patients and their broader community.
The seminar format of the course provides a graduate-level learning environment with high quality teaching led by a facilitator/lecturer, whilst encouraging self-directed learning, participation and problem solving.
This course is taken as a three-year part time course (online).
Students have the option to complete a thesis or do a dissertation if they choose the Psychiatric Research Subject. Those not undertaking the Psychiatric Research Project will complete the other Capstone subject, Special Topics in Psychiatry. There is also the possibility of taking some or the entire course on a continuing education, rather than a degree basis.
Last updated: 18 December 2020