This Master of Dementia Program provides a global perspective of this key public health area. It offers a Graduate Certificate in Dementia, a Graduate Diploma of Dementia and a Master of Dementia.
This program is aimed at graduates and professionals currently working with or building their expertise in dementia. The rising prevalence of dementia is creating new challenges and a pressing need for change in the way our systems and practices support people who live with dementia - equip yourself with the expertise to lead transformation, based on the latest evidence.
Not ready to apply yet? Would you like to learn more about our Postgraduate Study options?
Join our webinar on Monday 25 November
at 12.30pm AEDT
If you are unable to join the webinar at this time, please register and a video will be sent after the event.
The courses offer a comprehensive understanding of dementia from the perspectives of individuals, families, communities, health care systems and governments, and cover the neurobiology of dementia, including pathology, biomarkers and therapeutics.
Join an international community of highly motivated professionals in our postgraduate dementia program.
Graduate Certificate in Dementia (4 units – full-time 6 months or part-time equivalent)
Graduate Diploma of Dementia (8 units – full-time 12 months or part-time equivalent)
Master of Dementia (11 units – full-time 18 months or part-time equivalent)
|Study Load:||Full-time or Part-time|
|Intake:||February and July|
|Study mode:||Fully online, available for Australian and international students|
|Entry requirements:||Any completed bachelor degree|