Health (2 years)
The MIT with a specialisation in Health is a program for students who want to use their technical expertise to create IT solutions in the healthcare and medical sphere. Every aspect of healthcare analysis is being driven by IT, yet the experts needed to innovate and drive these complex systems are in critically short supply.
As a MIT (Health) student, you will be in the midst of the most exciting health technology precinct in the southern hemisphere, alongside world-leading medical researchers and cutting edge technology such as Australia’s greenest supercomputer, the IBM Blue Gene/Q.
Major strands of study include:
- eHealth and biomedical informatics
- Information systems in health
- Health record management
- Biomedical and clinical data and knowledge
Entry Level 1 (200 points) — 2 years full-time
Any undergraduate degree, with a final year grade average of at least 65% (or University of Melbourne equivalent), and at least one technical subject focused on computer programming (taken at any year level).
English Language Requirements
All applicants must meet the University’s English language requirements. For graduate entry an alternative is offered.
Plus 25 points of electives chosen from:
Advanced Specialisation Subjects
Plus 62.5 points of electives chosen from:
* Subject descriptions not yet available.
Subject choice details for the Master of Information Technology will be available from the University of Melbourne Handbook.