The Master of Medical Physics is the entry level qualification that medical physicists have as clinical physical scientists. It provides you with the tools to apply your knowledge and training to many different areas of medicine including the treatment of cancer, diagnostic imaging, physiological monitoring and medical electronics.
Our postgraduate medical physics program is designed to meet the growing global demand for graduate physical scientists with the specialised knowledge, skills and expertise to work within a clinical setting in the highly scientific and technical environment of medical physics. The University of Sydney Medical Physics Program offers you a wide variety of coursework units of study in radiation physics, nuclear physics, radiation dosimetry, anatomy and biology, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy physics, medical imaging physics, image processing, radiation biology, health physics and research methodology.
This program is offered through the School of Physics, which has access to world-class teaching and research facilities and provides highly experienced teaching and research staff in this discipline area through the Institute of Medical Physics and affiliated teaching hospitals and research institutes.
You will learn the latest knowledge and techniques enabling you to find employment in the areas of medical physics applied to the treatment of cancer, medical imaging, physiological monitoring and medical electronics.
To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/