A medical science degree is a doctorate of science or medical knowledge that is recognized by the Australian Government.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) is a bachelor degree in medicine and requires a Bachelor of Medicine (B.M.) degree.
The Doctor of Medicine degree (MD) is required for certain specialties and is required to practice medicine.
For example, a medical doctor would need a doctor of medicine degree in surgery, a doctor in medicine or a doctor with a clinical specialty in surgery.
There are also other degrees that are recognised as medical degrees.
For more information on the various medical degrees, see the Bachelor of Doctor of Philosophy (D.D.P.).
Bachelor of Medical Science (BMS) The Bachelor is a master’s degree in medical science that is recognised by the Commonwealth.
The BMS degree is also known as the master of science degree or MSc.
This degree is required only for certain medical fields such as orthopaedics and medicine.
A doctor with an MSc would be able to practise medicine without a medical degree.
For further information on MSc degrees, refer to the Medical Education Guide.
Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BCBS) The BBS is a medical science equivalent to a doctor’s degree.
This is an equivalent of a doctor who has completed a Bachelor’s degree but has not completed a PhD. This doctor would be required to practise only as a medical practitioner.
For details, see Bachelor of Clinical Science (CCC).
Doctor of Clinical Practice (DCP) The Doctor is a professional in the field of clinical medicine.
This means that the doctor is a specialist in a particular specialty or area of medicine, or is trained in that field.
For a list of clinical doctors, see Clinical Doctors.
The DCP degree requires a doctor to practise in a specialty or in a specific field.
The MSc or Doctor of Medical Practice degree is not recognised by any government, so it is not accepted as a qualification.
The doctor must have a BSc, MSc, or equivalent.
For additional information on clinical practising doctors, refer a medical specialty, refer an orthopsychiatry specialty, or consult a physician for advice.
Master of Public Health (MPH) The MPH is a Bachelor in Public Health that is required by some states and territories to be recognised as a recognised qualification.
This may include the BSc in Public health or a Doctor of Public health.
For other information on practising in public health, refer your health practitioner.
Bachelor’s of Public Administration (BPA) The MPA is a masters in public administration degree.
It is required in some states, territories and colleges to be recognized as a recognized qualification.
It does not require a medical qualification, but it does require some medical qualifications to qualify for a certificate.
The CPA degree is recognised only in certain specialisations.
For information on some specialisations, refer or consult your health doctor.
Doctor of Pharmacy (DPP) The DPh is a Master of Pharmacies degree that is not a recognised degree.
However, a certificate of completion in a Pharmacy degree is recognized.
For some medical conditions, consult your doctor.
Master’s of Science In this degree, the doctor will be trained in the areas of health science and public health and will study subjects such as the health, environmental, social, and economic effects of disease.
The degree may be recognised for medical reasons, such as a doctor practising as a physician or a physician practising medicine, as well as in other areas such as in healthcare, public policy, education and health policy.
The general requirements for the MSc are: three years of medical school, and one year of practising