University of Newcastle

Graduate Certificate in Clinical Epidemiology

University of Newcastle

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00109J

The University of Newcastle Graduate Certificate in Clinical Epidemiology provides health care professionals with an introduction to clinical epidemiology. You will learn basic research skills and obtain fundamental principles of clinical epidemiology, which can be applied to your current profession. You will learn to apply the principles of epidemiology and biostatistics in a practical manner to improve your clinical decision making and develop your research skills to investigate clinical and population based health problems


Candidates must complete 30 units of Core Courses and 10 units of Directed Courses, keeping in mind assumed knowledge requirements.


  • Biostatistics
  • Clinical Epidemiology
  • Epidemiology A - Basic Methods
  • Clinical Statistics and Randomised Control Trials for Medical Researchers
  • Epidemiology B - Research Designs
  • plus more

Standard entry requirements

Minimum of a three year undergraduate degree in a field such as mathematics, science applied science, nursing, medicine, pharmacy allied health, psychology, sociology and social/behavioural science. Applicants with degrees in other fields or equivalent qualifications will also be considered for entry to the degree.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Callaghan Domestic: $9,740
International: $18,755
Online International: $18,755 Yes
  • Online/Off-campus : 0.5 years

Fee comments

Campuses: Callaghan.

Fees are indicative only and may be subject to change dependent on course selection.

Campuses: Online.

Fees are indicative and subject to variation. Overall program fee may vary based on course selection.

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