GCU’s Optometry degree course is designed to provide the theoretical and practical training to equip graduates with advanced clinical skills which they will use to work as independent eyecare professionals.
Medicine & Health, Ophthalmology& optometry
4 years | Full time
Foundations of Optics, Ophthalmic Anatomy & Physiology, Ophthalmic Materials, Refraction & Binocular Vision.
Diagnostic Techniques, Refraction & Binocular Vision 2, General & Systemic Pathology, Physiology & Microbiology, General & Ocular Diagnostic Pharmacology, Clinical Practice & Communication, Introductory Ocular Disease.
Clinical Ophthalmology, Contact Lenses, Clinical Studies, Visual Neuroscience, Clinical Research Methods & Statistics, Visual Ergonomics, Incomitant Strabismus.
General Optometric Practice, Concomitant Strabismus & Visual Development, Low Vision & Speciality Clinics; Shared Care & Ocular Therapeutics, Ophthalmic Professional Studies, Law & Management, Project/Dissertation.
Only one is required