The Master of Science (Vision Science) by Research programme aims to provide you with a firm grounding in scholarly research work in vision science that encompasses the subject areas of ocular and visual science through clinical optometry.
The programme forms the initial platform for vision related professionals to advance their knowledge on the scientific foundations of vision science by pursuing supervised research work in clinical optometry or clinical vision science.
Bachelors Degree in Optometry with Honours, or Bachelors degree in a related Science discipline with Honours or any equivalent qualification with a minimum CGPA of 2.75, or 2 years of working experience in a relevant field
Minimum band of 5 in the IELTS or equivalent
Advanced Quantitative Research Methods
Advanced Qualitative Research Method
An optometrist is a healthcare professional who provides Primary Eye Care ranging from vision testing and correction to the diagnosis and management of vision disorders with pathological causes. With routine hours and a good income, optometrists enjoy a lifelong career with a satisfying lifestyle. Career opportunities include professional private optometric practice (solo or group), retail optical practices, ophthalmology clinics, hospital eye departments, and multi-national optical industry.