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Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Research

Glasgow Caledonian University

Content

The MSc Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Research is designed to provide eye care professionals with academic knowledge and practical skills they need to contribute to groundbreaking medical advancements and effectively diagnose and treat a wide range of ocular conditions.

A combination of core and elective modules and research opportunities – with a research project making up one-third of the programme – allows you to customise your studies based on your personal interests and professional requirements. This includes the option to select a specialisation leading to a named degree on completion of your dissertation:
MSc Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Research (General); MSc Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Research (Diabetes); MSc Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Research (Therapeutics).

Entry Requirements

A UK 2:2 Honours degree (or equivalent) in Optometry, or other vision-related subject. Alternatively UK General Optical Council (GOC) registration (MCOptom).

Start Date

September

Qualification

Postgraduate Master's

Award

MSc

Study Method

Part time (day)

Course Length

2 years

Faculty

School of Health and Life Sciences

Department

Life Sciences

SCQF Level

11

Website

www.gcu.ac.uk

Career Area

Health and Medicine

Career Sectors

Alternative Medicine

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