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Master students must take:

Five core units, including:

  • Anatomy and Biology for Medical Physicists (ANHB5451)

  • Radiation Physics and Dosimetry (PHYS5404)

  • Radiation Biology and Protection (PHYS5402)

  • Medical Imaging Physics (PHYS5401); 

  • Radiotherapy Physics (PHYS5403)

 

And one to five optional units form this list:

  • Advanced Computational Physics [Machine Learning] (SHPC4002)

  • Computational Statistics for Physics (PHYS5513)

  • Computational Methods for Physics (SHPC4001)

  • Physics Reading Unit I (PHYS5512)

  • Computer Vision (CITS4402)

 

In addition to the following six research project units:

  • Research Proposal in Medical Physics (PHYS5435)

  • Master's Dissertation - Medical Physics Part 1 (PHYS5431)

  • Master's Dissertation - Medical Physics Part 2 (PHYS5432)

  • Master's Dissertation - Medical Physics Part 3 (PHYS5433)

  • Master's Dissertation - Medical Physics Part 4 (PHYS5434)

  • Final Dissertation in Medical Physics (PHYS5436)

 

Some international students or applicants with engineering or other relevant backgrounds may need to take four (or less- depending on the situation) of the following conversion units:

  • Quantum Physics and Electromagnetism (PHYS2001)

  • Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Physics (PHYS3001)

  • Computer Analysis and Visualisation (CITS2401)

  • Advanced Mathematical Methods (MATH2501)

  • Problem Solving and Programming (CITS1401)

  • Electrodynamics and Relativity (PHYS3002)

  • Frontiers in Modern Physics (PHYS3012)

  • Many Particle Systems (PHYS2002)

  • Mathematical Physics (PHYS3011)

  • Statistics for Science (STAT1400)

 

It is highly recommended that students take programming, statistics, modelling, and biology units in their undergraduate studies.

UWA International Master’s by Coursework Scholarships

POSTGRADUATE COURSE GUIDE, INTERNATIONAL, 2020–2021

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