Regulations - Medical And Health Sciences


The Degree of Master of Stroke Care – MStrokeCare

Admission

1 In order to be admitted to this degree, a student must have:

either

a completed the requirements for a Bachelors degree in a relevant subject from this University with a Grade Point Average of 5.0 or higher in 75 points of the most advanced courses, or the equivalent as approved by Senate or its representative

or

b (i) completed the requirements for a Bachelors degree in a relevant subject from this University, or its equivalent as approved by Senate or its representative

and

(ii) passed 60 points of courses towards the Postgraduate Certificate in Stroke Care or Postgraduate Diploma in Stroke Care from this University with a Grade Point Average of 5.0 or higher, provided that the postgraduate certificate or diploma has not been awarded.

2 In exceptional circumstances, Senate or its representative may approve the admission of a student who has not met the above requirements, but who has extensive relevant professional experience deemed to be the equivalent of the requirements in Regulation 1.

Note: Relevant subjects may include clinical exercise physiology, counselling, dietetics, medicine, nursing, nutrition, occupational therapy, optometry, paramedicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, population health, psychology, social work, and speech language therapy.

Duration and Total Points Value

3 A student admitted to this degree must:

a pass courses with a total value of 180 points

and

b complete within the time limit specified in the General Regulations – Masters Degrees

and

c not exceed 220 points for the total enrolment of this degree.

Structure and Content

4 a A student enrolled for this degree must complete the requirements as listed in the Master of Stroke Care Schedule.

b A student enrolled for this degree must achieve a Grade Point Average of 5.0 or higher in the first 60 points of taught courses. If this Grade point Average is not achieved, enrolment in the Master of Stroke Care cannot continue.

5 A student must complete the University of Auckland Academic Integrity course as specified in the Enrolment and Programme Regulations, Academic Integrity, of the University Calendar.

Reassignment

6 A student may apply to reassign courses passed to the Postgraduate Diploma in Stroke Care or the Postgraduate Certificate in Stroke Care.

Transfer from Postgraduate Certificate in Stroke Care or Postgraduate Diploma in Stroke Care

7 A student who has passed courses towards the Postgraduate Certificate in Stroke Care may apply to reassign those courses to this degree provided that the postgraduate certificate has not been awarded.

Honours

8 This degree may be awarded with Honours as specified in the General Regulations – Masters Degrees.

Variations

9 In exceptional circumstances Senate or its representative may approve a personal programme which does not conform to these regulations.

Commencement

10 These regulations came into force on 1 January 2022.

Master of Stroke Care (MStrokeCare) Schedule

Requirement:

Taught Masters

135 points: HLTHSCI 710–714

45 points: HLTHSCI 792 Research Project

Top