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Programmes of Study (Qualifications)

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AVAILABLE QUALIFICATIONS / PROGRAMMES
ProgrammePointsDuration
Certificate601-2 years
Diploma601-2 years
Masters601-2 years
PhD (Doctrate)3603-8 years

 

 

 

 

 

 

To put it another way (and with maximum time): Certificate (2 years/60 points) + Diploma (2 years/60 points) + Masters (2 years/60 points) = 6 years / 180 points

Note: Masters = Master of Health Practice (in ICAMH); There is also a Master of Health Science (in ICAMH) which requires a total of 240 points

 

The Courses

 

Course Name

Course Code

Semester

Points

Teaching Days 2022

Funding

CORE COURSES (aka Certificate Courses)

Child & Adolescent Development

PSYCHIAT 747

     1

 15

 21 & 22 Feb

 Te Pou

Child & Adolescent Psychopathology

PSYCHIAT 740

     2

 15

N/A

 Te Pou

Assessment, Formulation & Treatment Planning in ICAMH

PSYCHIAT 768 

  1 & 2

 30

23 & 24 Feb, 25 & 26 May, 1 & 2 Aug, 31 Oct & 1 Nov  

 Te Pou

ELECTIVE COURSES (select based on work / need / interest)

 Early Childhood Mental Health

 PSYCHIAT 730

  1 & 2

 30

F2F or online 2-hour seminars

1 & 15 & 29 Mar, 12 Apr, 3 & 17 & 31 May

19 July, 2  & 16 Aug,  13 & 27 Sep, 11 & 25 Oct

  N/A

 Therapy in Child and Adolescent Mental Health - Theory

 PSYCHIAT 741

     1 

 15

16 & 17 Mar and 18 & 19 May

 N/A

 Youth Addiction and Co-existing Problems

 PSYCHIAT 766

     2 

 15

20 July (zoom ) 13 & 14 Sep

N/A

 CBT with Children, Adolescents and their Families I

 PSYCHIAT 769

     1

 15

9 & 10 Mar; 11 & 12 May

 Werry Whāraurau

 CBT with Children, Adolescents and their Families II

 PSYCHIAT 770

     2

 15

3 & 4 Aug; 5 & 6 October

 Werry Whāraurau

 Youth Forensic Psychiatry

 PSYCHIAT 773

  1 & 2

 30

7 & 8 March and 2 & 3 May

1 & 2 Aug and 17 & 18 Oct

 Werry Whāraurau

A research methods course (see table below)

POPLHLTH701/7

table below

 15

table below

   N/A 

      MASTERS (one of the two below; if 795, another 15 point taught course from the list above)

 Research Dissertation

HLTHSCI 790 

   1 & 2

 60

 N/A

    N/A

 Research Project

HLTHSCI 795 

   1 & 2

 45

 TBA

    N/A

 

 

Points to Note

  • Teaching days are held in Auckland at Grafton Campus
  • Doing the  Research Project (HLTHSCI 795) does not allow for continuation to PhD; doing the Dissertation (HLTHSCI 790) does
  • All programmes are governed by University regulations, available in the University Calendar 
  • All courses can be done as a stand alone course for a Certificate of Competency

 

Research Methods Courses

One of the 15-point research methods courses offered by the School of Population Health must be completed for the Diploma or the Masters.

A link to the University website with the full list is given here

Of these, the four most popular to date are given below

Research Methods Courses (offered by School of Population Health)     
Course NameCourse CodeSemesterPointsTeaching Days
 Research Methods in Health POPLHLTH 701    1 & 2   15   Online and Campus 
 Qualitative Health Research POPLHLTH 704     1   15   Campus

 Evaluation Research Methods

 POPLHLTH 705     1  15   Campus
 Health Services Research Methods POPLHLTH 767     1  15   Campus

 
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