Program Details


This course commences in early February and finishes late October. There is no mid-year intake.

Time Commitment

This particular Honours program can only be undertaken on a full-time basis. A student would be expected to be engaged in their research for an average of thirty hours per week over two semesters.


Department of General Practice and Primary Care
780 Elizabeth St

Some students may choose to undertake research projects either based in the community or which require data collection to be undertaken in the community.


Honours students will be supervised by individual staff members, but will also have access to all of the facilities of the Department. Each student will have a desk with a computer. Students will also be fully-fledged members of the Department, with access to the Department and full involvement in all departmental activities, from seminars to parties.

Further Information

If you require further information about this Honours program please contact:

Ms Sam Parkin
Honours Program Coordinator (Administrative)
Department of General Practice and Primary Care
Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences