The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences awards credit towards its programs based on the University Credit Policy.
The Faculty’s principles regarding assessments of credit are that:
- the credit awarded does not undermine the students' chance at academic success
- the studies are relevant to the curriculum and academic standards of the Faculty and University
- It is at the discretion of the Course Coordinator or the Chief Examiner whether credit for previous study be granted based on the syllabus and transcript provided.
Relevancy & Recency
The following Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences programs have lesser requirements:
|Name of School or Department||Program titles||Recency Requirement (in years)||Reason for |
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Units at first year level which contain a clinical component must be completed within 5 years of application
|School of Nursing and Midwifery||Specified credit 7 years Unspecified credit 10 years||Specialist knowledge in nursing field changes rapidly. Discretion may be used where an applicant demonstrates continuous employment and continuing education in the specialist field.|
|Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences||5 years||Technology, techniques and knowledge is rapidly changing in this field of medical imaging, making studies completed longer.|