Master of Clinical Optometry

by | Apr 16, 2019

Master of Clinical Optometry program prepares students with advanced techniques and skills to enhance their clinical ability in managing visual problems and care for vision disorders. There will be lectures, workshops, presentations, and hospital attachments. Students will undertake clinical attachments in several hospitals throughout the course. These extensive clinical attachments will enable students to consolidate their knowledge and skills under the supervision of Consultant Ophthalmologists. In the final semester, students are also required to carry out a research project, writing a thesis and manuscript.

Course Structure

Semester 1

  • Ocular Therapeutics I
  • Advanced Clinical Optometry
  • Advanced Contact Lenses
  • Methods & Ethics of Research

Semester 2

Core Courses

  • Clinical Medicine
  • Ocular Therapeutics II
  • Statistics

Elective Courses (Choose one elective course only)

  • Advanced Binocular Vision
  • Geriatric Optometry

Semester 3

  • Clinical Management
  • Project

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