Master of Addictive Behaviours
Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre and Monash University are offering the Master of Addictive Behaviours from 2014 as an exciting and innovative academic opportunity for students and professionals. The course covers key topics around epidemiology, public health and policy, prevention, treatment and research. A multi-disciplinary, modular course, it is delivered exclusively online but retains a strongly interactive and dynamic focus.
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Graduate Courses 2015
Turning Point is registered and accredited under the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Act 2011 (Clth) to offer the Graduate Course in Alcohol and other Drugs Studies, leading to either a Graduate Diploma or a Graduate Certificate.
These qualifications are recognised by higher education institutions and completion will enable credit transfer into postgraduate courses at universities. The Graduate Course in Alcohol and Other Drug Studies can lead to a Graduate Diploma or a Graduate Certificate. All students are enrolled for a Graduate Diploma, but after completing half the requirements, a student can exit the course with a Graduate Certificate.
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2015 Scholarship Information & Application >> (Applications close Friday 23rd January 2015)
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2015 Application for Enrolments >>
Mid-year applications close Wednesday July 8th 2015.
Application forms for the Graduate Program are available to view & download below:
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The Graduate Certificate in Alcohol & Other Drug Studies is a Post Graduate course and is conducted on a part-time basis over two semesters. Students will be able to complete the Graduate Certificate over one year, however may complete in up to three years.
The Graduate Diploma in Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) Studies is a postgraduate course and is conducted on a part-time basis over two semesters. Students will be able to complete the Graduate Diploma over two years, however, may complete in up to four years.