Handbooks Online 2019 Errata

The following updates should be read in conjunction with the complete published version of the handbook found at sydney.edu.au/handbooks.

Any enquiries related to the updates should be directed to the faculty.

Architecture, Design and Planning

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 16 November 2018.

Arts and Social Sciences Postgraduate

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 13 November 2018.

Arts and Social Sciences Undergraduate

This handbook was originally published on 9 November 2018.

Item Errata Link Date
1.

The following units of study are no longer available in 2019:

ARBC3201 Arab Cities: Texts and Contexts
ARBC1651 Introduction to Arab Cultures
ARBC1652 Visions of Contemporary Arab Cultures

Arabic Language and Cultures table

Arabic Language and Cultures descriptions

10/12/2018
2.

The following units no longer count towards an Art History major:

ARHT3676 Cinematic Time
ARHT3677 Cinematic Spectatorship

 


Art History table

Art History descriptions

17/12/2018

Business School Postgraduate

This handbook was originally published on 12 November 2018.

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1.

Corequisites have changed for the following unit:

ITLS6400 Airline Strategy and Supply Chains
The corequisite ITLS6101 has been removed

Logistics and Supply Chain Management table

Logistics and Supply Chain Management descriptions

Aviation and Maritime Management table

Aviation and Maritime Management descriptions

12/12/2018
2.

Assessment has changed for the following units:

ITLS6400 Airline Strategy and Supply Chains
Assesment is now: individual assignment (50%), presentation (30%), final exam (20%)

ITLS6101 Global Freight Logistics Management
Assesment is now: Individual report (25%); case discussion (15%); individual presentation (30%); final exam (30%)

Logistics and Supply Chain Management descriptions

Aviation and Maritime Management descriptions

 
12/12/2018
3.

Assessment has changed for the following unit:

QBUS5001 Quantitative Methods for Business: Assessment: Weekly homework (10%), assignment (20%), mid-semester exam (20%), final exam (50%)

Commerce descriptions

Business Analytics descriptions

Big Data in Business descriptions

Quantitative Finance descriptions
12/12/2018
4. Sessions have changed for the following unit:

BUSS6104 Business Practicum Session: Available Semester 2 only

Commerce table

Commerce descriptions
12/12/2018
5.

The following unit is now available as an elective:

BUSS6104 Business Practicum
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1 x 2 hours weekly tutorials Prerequisites: Completion of at least 48 credit points Assumed knowledge: A sound understanding of business and strong written and oral communication skills. Assessment: project proposal (15%); mid-way reflection (25%); field-base final paper (60%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
This unit allows students to reflect on the link between what they have learnt on business subjects in theory and its application in an actual firm/business they have visited. Students will receive support to visit a selection of appropriate companies and how to approach the companies for which they will make a thorough analysis; the companies will be local Sydney companies. Students have the opportunity to integrate their classroom knowledge with the current and future business activities of Australian businesses. Students are expected to determine the current and future opportunities and threats the businesses, given the strength and weaknesses of the business. A comparison across different businesses will also be undertaken. Students reflect on what they have learnt, and how their theoretical knowledge may apply to practicality in businesses across a variety of sectors. Additionally, students are expected to reflect on how they have developed as an individual/student across their studies in terms of their professional identity that highlights their distinctive self.

Human Resource Management and Industiral Relations table

Human Resource Management and Industiral Relations descriptions

12/12/2018
6.

The following unit has been cancelled:

ACCT6019 Analytics for Accounting

Professional Accounting table

Professional Accounting descriptions 
12/12/2018

Business School Undergraduate

This handbook was originally published on 30 October 2018.

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1.

Classes have changed:

BUSS2000 Leading and Influencing in Business
Classes: Lecture is now 2 hours

Commerce core descriptions

12/12/2018
2.

Sessions have changed for the following units:

INFS3600
Business Information Systems in Practice Session: Available Semester 1 only

Business information Systems table

Business Information Systems descriptions
12/12/2018
3.

The following unit has been cancelled:

INFS3080 Business Information Systems Projects

Business information Systems table

Business Information Systems descriptions
12/12/2018
4.

The following unit has been cancelled:

QBUS3850 Time Series and Forecasting

Business Analytics table

Business Analytics descriptions
12/12/2018

Engineering and Information Technologies Postgraduate

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 16 November 2018.

Engineering and Information Technologies Undergraduate

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 16 November 2018.

Health Sciences

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 20 November 2018.

Interdisciplinary Studies

This handbook was originally published on 22 November 2018.

Item Errata Link Date
1.

The following units of study are no longer available in 2019:

ARBC3201 Arab Cities: Texts and Contexts
ARBC1651 Introduction to Arab Cultures
ARBC1652 Visions of Contemporary Arab Cultures

Arabic Language and Cultures table

Arabic Language and Cultures descriptions

 

10/12/2018
2.

The following units of study are no longer available in 2019:

ARBC3201 Arab Cities: Texts and Contexts

Arts and Social Sciences Electives table

Arts and Social Sciences Electives descriptions

10/12/2018
3.

Please note that there are additional fees associated with the following units offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Contact the relevant unit of study coordinator for more information.
OLES2137 Experience China
OLES2139 Experience Germany
OLES2141 Experience Indonesia
OLES2143 Experience Italy
OLES2145 Experience Korea
OLES2147 Experience the French-speaking World
OLES2149 Experience the Spanish-speaking World
OLES2153 Experience Japan

Open Learning Environment table

Open Learning Environment descriptions

11/12/2018
4.

The following units offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences are now available as Table S electives:

WRIT1000 Introduction to Academic Writing
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1, Semester 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr seminar/week Assessment: 1x900wd sentence task (20%), 1x900wd research task (20%), 1x900wd paragraph task (20%), 1x900wd review task (20%), 1x900wd revision/reflection task (20%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
This unit teaches the fundamentals of academic writing. Frequent, short writing assignments are designed to help students engage with the writing process at the sentence and paragraph levels and and to make appropriate style, grammar, punctuation, and syntax choices. Students will learn how to research a topic, document sources in keeping with academic honesty principles, and edit and revise their own writing, as well as the writing of others. This UoS is appropriate for both native and non-native English speakers and offers a solid foundation for academic writing in any discipline.

WRIT3000 Business and Workplace Communications
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1hr online lecture/week, 1x2hr seminar/week Prerequisites: 48 credit points at 2000 level Assessment: 1x1000wd business presentation slides (35%), 1x1000wd presentation (25%), 1x2500wd business document e-portfolio (40%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
To be persuasive and effective, communication in the modern workplace must be tailored to address the needs of differing audiences while sustaining a coherent corporate narrative. This unit teaches the concepts of rhetorical awareness to enable you to craft and disseminate a range of audience-focused documents speeches and visual texts.

Table S Electives - Arts and Social Sciences P-Z table

Table S Electives - Arts and Social Sciences P-Z descriptions

11/12/2018
5.

Sessions have changed for the following units offered by the Business School. Sessions are now Feburary Intensive and July Intensive:

OLET1201 Business Entrepreneurship: Business Models
OLET1202 Business Entrepreneurship: Guerrilla Tactics
OLET1203 Business Entrepreneurship: Bootstrap Finance

Open Learning Environment table

Open Learning Environment descriptions

12/12/2018
6.

Open Learning Environment
The following Faculty of Medicine and Helath unit has been cancelled. It will run in 2020.

OLET1516 Health Challenges: Oral Health

Open Learning Environment table

Open Learning Environment descriptions

12/12/2018
7.

Prerequisites have been removed from the following unit:.

MATH1011 Applications of Calculus

Quantitative Life Sciences table

Quantitative Life Sciences descriptions

Statistics table

Statistics descriptions

Table S Electives - Science tabe

Table S Electives - Science descriptions

12/12/2018
8.

Prerequisites have been removed from the following unit:

MATH1013 Mathematical Modelling

Quantitative Life Sciences table

Quantitative Life Sciences descriptions

Table S Electives - Science tabe

Table S Electives - Science descriptions

12/12/2018
9.

Prerequisites have been removed from the following units:

MATH1021 Calculus Of One Variable

MATH1023 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling

MATH1921 Calculus Of One Variable (Advanced)

MATH1931 Calculus Of One Variable (SSP)

MATH1923 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (Adv)

MATH1933 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (SSP)

Data Science table

Data Science descriptions

Financial Mathematics and Statistics table

Financial Mathematics and Statistics descriptions

Mathematics table

Mathematics descriptions

Statistics table

Statistics descriptions

Table S Electives - Science table

Table S Electives - Science descriptions
12/12/2018
 10.

Assumed knowledge has changed for the following units. 

MATH1921 Calculus Of One Variable (Advanced): Assumed knowledge now reads: (HSC Mathematics Extension 2) OR (Band E4 in HSC Mathematics Extension 1) or equivalent.

MATH1931 Calculus Of One Variable (SSP):Assumed knowledge now reads: (HSC Mathematics Extension 2) OR (Band E4 in HSC Mathematics Extension 1) or equivalent.

MATH1923 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (Adv):Assumed knowledge now reads: (HSC Mathematics Extension 2) OR (Band E4 in HSC Mathematics Extension 1) or equivalent.

MATH1933 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (SSP):Assumed knowledge now reads: (HSC Mathematics Extension 2) OR (Band E4 in HSC Mathematics Extension 1) or equivalent.

Data Science table

Data Science descriptions

Financial Mathematics and Statistics table

Financial Mathematics and Statistics descriptions

Mathematics table

Mathematics descriptions

Statistics table

Statistics descriptions

Table S Electives - Science table

Table S Electives - Science descriptions

12/12/2018
11.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units:

AMED3001 Cancer: Prerequisites now read:

12cp from (IMMU2101 or MEDS2004 or MIMI2002 or MIMI2902 or PHSI2005 or PHSI2905 or PHSI2006 or PHSI2906 or PHSI2007 or PHSI2907 or MEDS2001 or PCOL2011 or PCOL2021 or MEDS2002 or BCMB2001 or BCMB2901 or MEDS2003) or [BMED2401 and 6cp from (BMED2402 or BMED2403 or BMED2404 or BMED2405 or BMED2406)]

AMED3003 Diagnostics & Biomarkers
Prerequisites now read:12cp from (IMMU2101 or MEDS2004 or MIMI2002 or MIMI2902 or PHSI2005 or PHSI2905 or PHSI2006 or PHSI2906 or PHSI2007 or PHSI2907 or MEDS2001 or PCOL2011 or PCOL2021 or MEDS2002 or BCMB2001 or BCMB2901 or MEDS2003) or [BMED2401 and 6cp from (BMED2402 or BMED2403 or BMED2404 or BMED2405 or BMED2406)]

Applied Medical Science Table

Applied Medical Science Descriptions

Table S Electives - Science table

Table S Electives - Science descriptions

12/12/2018
12.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit:

AMED3888 Clinical Science
Prerequisites now read:
12cp from (IMMU2101 or MEDS2004 or MIMI2002 or MIMI2902 or PHSI2005 or PHSI2905 or PHSI2006 or PHSI2906 or PHSI2007 or PHSI2907 or MEDS2001 or PCOL2011 or PCOL2021 or MEDS2002 or BCMB2001 or BCMB2901 or MEDS2003) or [BMED2401 and 6cp from (BMED2402 or BMED2403 or BMED2404 or BMED2405 or BMED2406)]

Applied Medical Science Table

Applied Medical Science Descriptions

12/12/2018
13.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit:

AVBS3003 Wildlife Management:
Prerequisites now read:
BIOL2032 or BIOL2X2X

Table S Electives - Science table

Table S Electives - Science descriptions

12/12/2018
14.

Session availability has changed for the following unit:

BIOL3029 Molecular Plant Biology: Now available in Semester 2 only.

Biology table

Biology descriptions

Plant Science table

Plant Science descriptions

Table S Electives - Science table

Table S Electives - Science descriptions

12/12/2018
15.

Session availability has changed for the following unit:

OLET2602 Psychology of Crime: Now available in April Intensive and May Intensive only.

Open Learning Environment table

Open Learning Environment descriptions

12/12/2018
16.

The following units offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences are now available as Table S electives:

WRIT1001 Writing and Rhetoric: Academic Essays
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1, Semester 2, Summer Main Classes: 2x1hr lectures/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessment: 4x500wd Written assignments (40%), 1x1000wd Oral Presentation (20%), 1x1500wd Essay (40%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
The persuasive power of the English language emerges from its richness and variation. This unit introduces students to rhetorical theory as a resource for the creative construction of meaning. Students will learn to discover topics, arrange ideas, and analyse the delivery of arguments across a variety of contexts. We examine print, visual media, political debates and engage in virtual exchanges with universities around the world.

WRIT1002 Writing and Rhetoric: Argumentation
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1, Summer Main Classes: 1x1hr online lecture/week, 1x1hr online readings and activities/week, 1x1hr online tutorial/week Assessment: 1x1000wd annotated bibliography (20%),1x1000wd literature review (20%), 1x500wd critical analysis video (10%), 1x500wd critical analysis report (10%), 1x1500wd argumentative essay (40%) Mode of delivery: Online
This is a fully online unit of study. It focuses on advanced rhetorical reasoning and the theory, construction, and delivery of sound arguments, which are critical to success in the university and the workplace. Designed to improve writing and critical thinking abilities, the unit teaches students to craft persuasive, ethical, and engaging arguments. It will focus on the production and reception of arguments across a range of genres, including digital environments. Online tutorials feature collaborative writing and editing exercises on global, participatory writing platforms.

Table S Electives - Arts and Social Sciences P-Z table

Table S Electives - Arts and Social Sciences P-Z descriptions

17/12/2018
17.

The following units no longer count towards an Art History major:

ARHT3676 Cinematic Time
ARHT3677 Cinematic Spectatorship

Art History table

Art History descriptions

17/12/2018

Medicine and Health Postgraduate

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 21 November 2018.

Medicine and Health Undergraduate

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 21 November 2018.

Science Postgraduate

This handbook was originally published on 16 November 2018.

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1. The following unit replaces INIM5001 Fundamental Immunology (Semester 1):

INIM5111 Principles in Immunology
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Mainthan Palendira Session:
Semester 1 Classes: Face-to-face and online lectures supported by weekly
tutorials/seminars/workshops. 1x4hr practical class each week Prohibitions:
INIM5001 or IMMU3102 or IMMU3902 or IMMU3202 or IMMU3903 Assumed
knowledge: Fundamental concepts in Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Assessment: progressive assessment: includes written (15%), practical (15%),
oral (10%) and online based assessments (10%); formal assessment: one 2
hour examination (50%) Mode of delivery: Online, Block mode, Normal
(lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Immunology is the study of defence mechanisms that protect
individuals against infections and cancers. Studies in immunology are
leading advances in clinical medicine, including understanding
allergies, transplant rejection, cancer and autoimmune diseases, as
well as the development of new vaccines. In this unit you will explore
the essential features of the immune system at the molecular and
cellular level, the mechanisms of pathalogical immune processes and
immune system dysfunction, mechanisms of immune responses to
microorganisms and imunological techniques used in clinical diagnostic
and research laboratories. Practical and tutorial sessions are designed
to illustrate particular concepts introduced in otther face-to-face
activities. Further self-directed learning activities, including online
learning activities, will facilitate integratino of fundamental information
and help you apply this knowledge to the ways in which the host
organism fights disease. Consequently, you will develop skills in
problem-solving, evaluation of scientific literature, as well as oral and
written communication skills. Upon completion, you will have developed
the skills required to follow a career in medical research, clinical and
diagnostic services and/or the corporate system that supports the
prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Textbooks
Abul K Abbas, Andrew H Lichtman and Shiv Pillai. Basic Immunology: Functions
and Disorders of the Immune System. 5th Ed. 2016

infection and Immunity table

infection and Immunity descriptions

12/12/2018
2.

The following unit replaces INIM5016 Clinical and Translational Immunology (Semester 2):

INIM5211 Clinical and Laboratory Immunology
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Prof Warwick Britton Session:
Semester 2 Classes: Combination of lectures delivered face-to-face and/or
online; 1x2-4 hr practical classes or tutorials or seminars/week Assumed
knowledge: Undergraduate immunology; undergraduate bacteriology and
virology It is preferable to complete INIM5111, Principles of Immunology, in
First Semester, before Clinical and Translational Immunology. But this is not
essential if a student starting in Second Semester has previously studied any
undergraduate immunology. Assessment: progressive assessment: includes
written (10%), practical (15%), oral (15%) and online based assessments (10%);
formal assessment: one 2 hour examination (50%) Mode of delivery: Online,
Block mode, Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: It is preferable to complete INIM5111, Principles of Immunology, in First
Semester, before Clinical and Translational Immunology. But this is not essential
if a student starting in Second Semester has previously studied any
undergraduate immunology.
The course will have two concurrent themes. Clinical Immunology:
this theme will concentrate on the immunological methods used to
evaluate human disease and include the theoretical basis for tests of
immune function, practical laboratory application of assays based on
these principles and case-based seminars. The application of these
methods to translational immunology will be discussed for a range of
immune-mediated diseases. Research immunology: This theme will
focus on investigation of immune function in humans with lectures
and seminars reviewing current molecular and cellular approaches.
Instruction will comprise lectures and online material on the
immunopathology of disease, the immunological methods used in
diagnosis and research and translation into new immunological
interventions; laboratory classes on methods and techniques used in
clinical immunology; and tutorials involving clinical cases, journal
articles, review of laboratory problems and seminars on specified
topics by individual students. The learning objectives of this unit are
to: 1. understand the immunological basis for infection and immunity
and how these concepts are applied in the diagnostic laboratory; 2.
understand how the immune system causes and prevents disease
and the use and performance of immunological tests in the
investigation of disease 3. develop effective skills in problem-solving
and self-directed learning; and 4. foster advanced verbal and written
communication skills.
Textbooks
Clinical Immunology and Serology: A Laboratory Perspective, 3nd Edition
Stevens CD. F. A. Davis Company, Philadelphia, 2010. This is a reference book
that should not be purchased, and a copy will be available in practical classes
and the library. Abul K Abbas, Andrew H Lichtman and Shiv Pillai. Basic
Immunology: Functions and Disorders of the Immune System. 5th Ed. 2016.
This provides background on the immunopathology of human disease.
For

infection and Immunity table

infection and Immunity descriptions

12/12/2018

Science Undergraduate

This handbook was originally published on 21 November 2018.

Item Errata Link Date
1.

Prerequisites have been removed from the following unit:.

MATH1011 Applications of Calculus
Table A Degree Core units of study

Quantitative Life Sciences Table

Quantitative Life Sciences Descriptions

Statistics Table

Statistics Descriptions

Table 1 Mathematics
12/12/2018
2.

Prerequisites have been removed from the following unit:

MATH1013 Mathematical Modelling

Veterinary Biology/Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Table

Veterinary Biology/Doctor of Veterinary Medicine descriptions

Table A Degree Core units of study

Quantitative Life Sciences Table

Quantitative Life Sciences Descriptions

Table 1 Mathematics

12/12/2018
3.

Prerequisites have been removed from the following units:

MATH1021 Calculus Of One Variable
MATH1023 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling
MATH1921 Calculus Of One Variable (Advanced)
MATH1931 Calculus Of One Variable (SSP)
MATH1923 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (Adv)
MATH1933 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (SSP)

Table A Degree Core Units Of Study

Data Science Table

Data Science Descriptions

Financial Mathematics and Statistics Table

Financial Mathematics and Statistics Descriptions

Mathematical Sciences Table

Mathematical Sciences descriptions

Mathematics Table

Mathematics Descriptions

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Table

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Descriptions

Statistics Table

Statistics Descriptions

Table 1: Financial Mathematics And Statistics

Table 1 Mathematics
12/12/2018
4.

Assumed knowledge has changed for the following units.

MATH1921 Calculus Of One Variable (Advanced): Assumed knowledge now reads: (HSC Mathematics Extension 2) OR (Band E4 in HSC Mathematics Extension 1) or equivalent.

MATH1931 Calculus Of One Variable (SSP):Assumed knowledge now reads: (HSC Mathematics Extension 2) OR (Band E4 in HSC Mathematics Extension 1) or equivalent.

MATH1923 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (Adv):Assumed knowledge now reads: (HSC Mathematics Extension 2) OR (Band E4 in HSC Mathematics Extension 1) or equivalent.

MATH1933 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (SSP):Assumed knowledge now reads: (HSC Mathematics Extension 2) OR (Band E4 in HSC Mathematics Extension 1) or equivalent.

Table A Degree Core Units Of Study

Data Science Table

Data Science Descriptions

Financial Mathematics and Statistics Table

Financial Mathematics and Statistics Descriptions

Mathematical Sciences Table

Mathematical Sciences descriptions

Mathematics Table

Mathematics Descriptions

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Table

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Descriptions

Statistics Table

Statistics Descriptions

Table 1: Financial Mathematics And Statistics

Table 1 Mathematics
12/12/2018
 5.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units:

AMED3001 Cancer: Prerequisites now read: 12cp from (IMMU2101 or MEDS2004 or MIMI2002 or MIMI2902 or PHSI2005 or PHSI2905 or PHSI2006 or PHSI2906 or PHSI2007 or PHSI2907 or MEDS2001 or PCOL2011 or PCOL2021 or MEDS2002 or BCMB2001 or BCMB2901 or MEDS2003) or [BMED2401 and 6cp from (BMED2402 or BMED2403 or BMED2404 or BMED2405 or BMED2406)]

AMED3003 Diagnostics & Biomarkers
Prerequisites now read:12cp from (IMMU2101 or MEDS2004 or MIMI2002 or MIMI2902 or PHSI2005 or PHSI2905 or PHSI2006 or PHSI2906 or PHSI2007 or PHSI2907 or MEDS2001 or PCOL2011 or PCOL2021 or MEDS2002 or BCMB2001 or BCMB2901 or MEDS2003) or [BMED2401 and 6cp from (BMED2402 or BMED2403 or BMED2404 or BMED2405 or BMED2406)]

Applied Medical Science Table

Applied Medical Science Descriptions

Medical Science Table

Medical Science Descriptions

Table 1: Applied Medical Science

Table 1: Immunobiology
12/12/2018
6.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit:

AMED3888 Clinical Science
Prerequisites now read:
12cp from (IMMU2101 or MEDS2004 or MIMI2002 or MIMI2902 or PHSI2005 or PHSI2905 or PHSI2006 or PHSI2906 or PHSI2007 or PHSI2907 or MEDS2001 or PCOL2011 or PCOL2021 or MEDS2002 or BCMB2001 or BCMB2901 or MEDS2003) or [BMED2401 and 6cp from (BMED2402 or BMED2403 or BMED2404 or BMED2405 or BMED2406)]

Applied Medical Science Table

Applied Medical Science Descriptions

Table 1: Applied Medical Science

Table 1: Immunobiology
12/12/2018
7.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit:

AVBS3003 Wildlife Management:
Prerequisites now read:
BIOL2032 or BIOL2X2X
Environmental Science Table

Environmental Science Descriptions

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Table
Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Descriptions

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience – Majors - Table

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience – Majors - Descriptions
12/12/2018
8.

The following unit is not on offer in 2019:

AVBS4005 Feed Technology

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Table

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Descriptions

Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Table

Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Descriptions

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9.

The following unit is not on offer in 2019:

GENE4015 Cytogenetics

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Table

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Descriptions

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Majors Table

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience Majors Descriptions

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Table

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Descriptions

12/12/2018
 

Session availability has changed for the following unit:

BIOL3029 Molecular Plant Biology

Session: Now available in Semester 2 only.

Biology Table

Biology Descriptions

Plant Science Table

Plant Science Descriptions

Table 1: Plant Science

12/12/2018

 

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 30 October 2018.

Sydney Law School

There have been no updates since the handbook was originally published on 23 November 2018.