Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Doctor of Medical Science is awarded on the basis of a body of work completed over the course of your career. You must hold a degree qualifying you to practise medicine, and submit a thesis comprised of an original exegesis and a collection of publications completed over your research career.
The Doctor of Medical Science degree is based on the examination of a portfolio comprised of selected key published works by the candidate, bound with an original unifying paper synthesising the results contained in the individual papers. The portfolio should be submitted at the time of enrolment in the program.
- Medical Science
Standard entry requirements
- Refer to Notre Dame High Degrees by research
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