The Postgraduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine (PGDipSEM) is designed for graduates in Medicine, Physiotherapy, Physical Education, Human Nutrition, Pharmacy, or Sciences, or those with a comparable qualification in the health care professions. Although sports medicine may form a significant part of their work, most practitioners have minimal or no formal training at an undergraduate or postgraduate level.
This course will reflect the multidisciplinary nature of sports medicine and provide the opportunity to gain academic and clinical training through the:
- Dunedin School of Medicine
- University of Otago, Christchurch
- University of Otago, Wellington
- School of Physical Education
- School of Physiotherapy
- Department of Human Nutrition
The Postgraduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine (PGDipSEM) is also available through Distance Learning.
Postgraduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine
Dunedin School of Medicine
Tel 64 3 470 9873 Ext 59193
Fax 64 3 470 9916
Schedule of Papers
The programme shall consist of:
and additional papers from the schedule to a total of 120 points from:
Regulations for the Postgraduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine (PGDipSEM)
Admission to the Programme
- Admission to the programme shall be subject to the approval of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Health Sciences).
- Every applicant shall
Structure of the Programme
- The programme of study shall consist of SPME 701 and SPME 711 and additional papers from the schedule, to a total value of 120 points.
- A candidate may be granted exemption for up to 30 points based on equivalent study in a relevant or related subject successfully completed at a university or other tertiary institution.
Duration of the Programme
- A candidate for the diploma shall normally follow a programme of study for not less than one year of full-time study or the equivalent in part-time study.
- A candidate shall complete the requirements for the diploma within four years of admission to the programme.
Level of Award of the Diploma
The diploma may be awarded with distinction or with credit.
The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Health Sciences) may in exceptional circumstances approve a course of study which does not comply with these regulations.