The UNSW Master of Reproductive Medicine is a 1-year full-time (2-years part-time) degree that will give you an advanced understanding of reproductive medicine and the ethical, social and professional knowledge required to provide clinical care to patients.
Reproductive medicine is at the forefront of medico-scientific technology, offering hope and clinical support to many people trying to have a child. There is a growing number of practitioners who are specialising in this area. As a specialist in Reproductive Health you’ll have the opportunity to explore careers as a GP, a family planning practitioner or a specialist gynaecologist working in menopause and infertility. You can also specialise in nursing and counselling or as a biological scientist.
The Master of Reproductive Medicine has a proven track record in providing exceptional postgraduate level education across all subjects related to the study of reproductive medicine. You’ll gain the knowledge, skills and values necessary to further your career. The program is also available as a Graduate Certificate and a Graduate Diploma.