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La Trobe University

  • 24% international / 76% domestic

Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Orthoptics

  • Bachelor

Commencing semester 1: 4 years full-time as accelerated (equivalent to 4.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor
Duration
3.5 years full-time, 4.5 years part-time
Course Code
HZVSO, 083317C/062808B
Study Mode
In person

About this course

Commencing semester 1: 4 years full-time as accelerated (equivalent to 4. 5 years full-time study). Some students may take longer. Commencing June: 3. 5 years full-time as accelerated (equivalent to 4. 5 years full-time study). Some students may take longer. Along with this fundamental knowledge, you'll develop an understanding of neuroscience, pathology and pharmacology in your applied science studies. In the last 18 months of your course, you will participate in four block clinical placements. You will undertake placements in hospitals with dedicated ophthalmology programs such as the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, Alfred Health, the Royal Children's Hospital or with one of the Orthoptic Clinical School Network's private or public practices around Melbourne. You will also complete one placement outside Melbourne with one of our partner clinics in regional Australia, interstate or overseas in places like Auckland, London, New York, Dubai and Singapore. These placements will test your classroom knowledge in a practical environment, demonstrating your ability to detect eye conditions and administer treatments to a range of patients.

Entry requirements

Health sciences courses

Study locations

Bundoora

Graduate outcomes

Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Science & Mathematics courses at La Trobe University.
84.4%
Overall satisfaction
87.4%
Skill scale
75.4%
Teaching scale
50.8%
Employed full-time
$54k
Average salary