Use your scientific skills to help people achieve their family dreams with this Master of Science (Assisted Reproductive Technology) course from Edith Cowan University.
Designed for graduates of medical, biomedical and biological science courses who want to work in the field of assisted reproduction, this qualification will equip you with the foundation skills and knowledge required to work in the field of assisted reproduction – understanding the challenges and barriers people face to having children.
This qualification will teach you theoretical knowledge in a broad range of biological sciences, including ovarian and testicular biology, fertility and pathophysiology, gamete and embryo preservation, grounded in a deeper contextual understanding of contemporary reproductive technology. You’ll also develop sound skills in research, laboratory management and analysis, reducing the training time required once you enter the workplace and ensuring you stand out in a growing new industry.
If you’re a scientific thinker with an interest in reproductive health and want to help families, this course could be your next step towards a dynamic, challenging and rewarding career.