Research Project B2 (AVBS4014)
UNIT OF STUDY
Research Project B is composed of 12 credit points and consists of units 4013 (Research Project B1) and 4014 (Research Project B2). AVBS4013 and AVBS4014 must be completed in separate semesters, and unit AVBS4013 must be completed prior to unit AVBS4014. In AVBS4014, students, after consultation with an academic(s) and/or researcher(s) choose to:
Undertake the evaluation and analysis of existing experimental data and produce a report (written/ oral);in conjunction with a student undertaking units of study in Research Project A, participate in a defined component of this project and produce a report (written/ oral); undertake a laboratory project or small project involving animal experimentation and produce a suitable report (written/ oral); produce a desktop review of an animal industry problem or issue; participate in a group project with other students undertaking Unit 4014 and produce a report (written/ /oral); undertake some other activity that meets the learning outcomes for this unit of study and produce a report (written/poster/oral). This activity will need to be sanctioned by the Program Coordinator and the year 4 coordinators of the BAnVetBioSc course as well as supervising academic(s)/researcher(s).
Further unit of study information
There is no regular face-to-face teaching, the equivalent of 6 hours of course work time will be allocated each week to this unit of study for research project activity.
Relevant workshops, for example on statistical analysis, will be completed during the sessions when the student is enrolled in AVBS4013 and AVBS 4014.
The students will be assessed on their research capabilities and will submit a report (Written/poster/oral)
Faculty/department permission required?
Unit of study rules
Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
(Animal and Veterinary Bioscience years 1-3) and AVBS4013
AVBS4015 or AVBS4016 or AVBS4017 or AVBS4018
Study this unit outside a degree
If you wish to undertake one or more units of study (subjects) for your own interest but not towards a degree, you may enrol in single units as a non-award student.
If you are from another Australian tertiary institution you may be permitted to underake cross-institutional study in one or more units of study at the University of Sydney.