Research Methods (PHAR6000)

UNIT OF STUDY

Through coursework, assignments, reports and presentations, the unit of study develops the generic skills required to undertake research at a postgraduate level. The main activities are the literature review, laboratory safety, data management, research project design, scientific writing and oral presentation. In addition, each discipline has the option to expand on these core methodologies as seen appropriate by the Head of Discipline in which the candidate is undertaking their research component.

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Classes

Workshops/tutorials

Assessment

Oral presentation and journal article (5%), statistics oral presentation (10%), statistics project logbook (5%), faculty seminar attendance (5%), research project proposal (25%), written report (40%) and supervisor's feedback (10%).

Faculty/department permission required?

Yes

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