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Graduates of all academic disciplines are encouraged to apply. Credit for Prior Learning will be determined on a case-by-case basis; however completion of a previous degree may attract credit against the first year of the course. Applicants should be aware that the course structure makes it difficult to grant direct entry into the Master of Optometry and it is therefore envisioned that few applicants would enrolled in this way.
The Master of Optometry is a 4-trimester, 16 credit point course. Graduates of H310 Bachelor of Vision Science are eligible to articulate directly into H710 Master of Optometry. Graduates of other equivalent Bachelor degrees will be considered for selection into The Master of Optometry on a case by case basis. Subject to accreditation by OCANZ and with approval of the Optometry Registration Board, students who satisfactory complete The Master of Optometry will be able to register and practise optometry in Australia and New Zealand.