The UNSW Master of Women’s Health Medicine is a 1-year full-time (2-years part-time) degree that offers a broad education in the expanding and diverse field of practice that characterises contemporary women’s healthcare. This degree encompasses the timely provision of sexual and reproductive care at all ages, as well as covering pre-pregnancy and pregnancy care. You’ll also learn to address the management of female-specific conditions and malignancies from experts in their fields.
This degree was created in response to feedback from students enrolled in the Master of Reproductive Medicine who indicated an interest in a postgraduate degree offering a broader range of Women’s Health courses, delivered within the same flexible learning environment. This highly popular postgraduate degree is likely to be most useful to family physicians, sexual health physicians, gynaecologists, nurses, midwives and medical scientists.
We also offer this degree program as a Graduate Certificate for those who wish to increase their knowledge in specific areas of study. Credit for courses completed as part of the Graduate Certificate can later be transferred to the Master's program.