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

This handbook was originally published on 13 November 2018.

Item Errata Link Date
1.

The following units of study are now available in 2019:

ECOP6010 International Trade: Theory and Practice Session: Semester 2
ECOP6015 Global Employment and Migration Session: Semester 1 (Note: ECOP6015 availability updated again 7/2/2019)
ECOP6017 Inequality in the Global Economy Session: Semester 2

Political Economy table

Political Economy descriptions

Intrenational Relations table

Intrenational Relations descriptions

 18/12/2018

 

2.

The following unit is now available in 2019:

GOVT6313 Leadership in Theory and Practice Session: Semester 2.

Development Studies table

Development Studies descriptions

International Security table

International Security descriptions

Public Policy table

Public Policy descriptions

International Studies table

International Studies descriptions

International Relations table

International Relations descriptions

Health Security table

Health Security descriptions

 18/12/2018
3.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

GOVT6222 Australian Enviro Politics and Policy

 International Security table

International Security descriptions

Public Policy table

Public Policy descriptions

International Studies table

International Studies descriptions

International Relations table

International Relations descriptions

18/12/2018
4.

The following unit is now available in 2019:

PACS6931 Conflict in Organisations Session: Intensive September

International Security table

International Security descriptions

Public Policy table

Public Policy descriptions

International Studies table

International Studies descriptions

International Relations table

International Relations descriptions

 18/12/2018
5.

The following units are no longer available in 2019:

ECON6901 Microeconomics Analysis 2
ECON6902 Macroeconomics Analysis 2

Economic Analysis table

Economic Analysis descriptions

 18/12/2018
6.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

DVST6913 Development Collaboration

Development Studies table

Development Studies descriptions

15/1/2019
7.

Prohibition has been added for the following unit of study

EDSE5011 Inclusive Education N EDGU2000, EDGU3000 and EDGU4000

Education (Special and Inclusive Education) table

Education (Special and Inclusive Education) descriptions

15/1/2019
8.

The following information is missing from the table:

LNGS7504 Medical Discourse
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessments: 1x1000wd research article review (20%), 1x2000wd group research case study (40%), 1x3000wd individual project (40%) Description: This unit explores the way language, body language and images interact in communication in medical discourse - including consideration of doctor, nurse and patient interaction, mental health and speech disorders, print and web-based health advice and the regulatory procedures governing medical services.

Croscultural Applied Linguistincs table

Croscultural Applied Linguistincs descriptions

15/1/2019
9.

The following unit is on offer in 2019 and sessions have changed. Now available:

PACS6931 Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice Session: Intensive September

Peace and Conflict table

Peace and Conflict descriptions

22/1/2019
10.

Classes have changed for the following unit. They are now:

EDPT5002 Understanding Conservation Science Classes: Taronga Zoo, Sydney Site: 1x2hr seminar/week 


Education (Taronga Conservation Educationtable

Education (Taronga Conservation Education descriptions

22/1/2019
11.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

ECOP6115 History of Australian Capitalism

Political Economy table

Political Economy descriptions

24/1/2019
12.

The corequisite has been removed from the following unit:

GCST6922 Dissertation Part 1

Cultural Studies table

Cultural Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
13.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

CACA5003 Contemporary Art: Histories and Theories

Contemporary Art table

Contemporary Art descriptions

14/2/2019
14.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

CISS6018 Nuclear Arms Control and Non-proliferation

Human Rights table

Human Rights descriptions

International Relations table

International Relations table

International Relations descriptions

International Security table

International Security descriptions

International Studies table

International Studies descriptions

Public Policy table

Public Policy descriptions

US Studies table

US Studies descriptions

14/2/2019
15.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

CACA5003 Contemporary Art: Histories and Theories

Contemporary Arts table

Contemporary Arts descriptions

14/2/2019
16.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

CISS6018 Nuclear Arms Control and Non-proliferation

Human Rights table

Human Rights descriptions

International Relations table

International Relations descriptions

International Security table

International Security descriptions

International Studies tables

International Studies descriptions

Peace and Conflict Studies table

Peace and Conflict Studies descriptions

Public Policy table

Public Policy descriptions

US Studies table

US Studies descriptions

14/2/2019

 

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
3.

The following units offered are now available as Table A electives:

PRFM2603 Between Improvisation and Text
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit points from subject areas listed in Table A or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Theatre and Performance Studies Prohibitions: PRFM3005 or PRFM3014 or PRFM3016 Assessment: 1x500wd equivalent group performance (10%), 1x1500wd tutorial paper (40%), 1x500wd equiv group seminar (10%), 1x2000wd research essay (40%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
All performances exist at the interface of oral and literate culture, involving combinations of 'fixed' and 'free' elements. In this unit, you will explore, through practical workshops and group research, the flexibility of traditional genres like Commedia dell'Arte as well as contemporary forms of performance where improvisation can occur.

PRFM2605 Rehearsing Shakespeare 
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr workshop/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 1000 level in Theatre and Performance Studies Assessment: 1x1500wd Analytical Rehearsal Log (30%), 3x In Class Scene-work (equiv to 500wd) (20%), 1x2500wd Essay (50%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
How did actors in Shakespeare's time rehearse a play? In this unit students will explore rehearsal in the Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre: from part playing, cueing and exploring the relationship between voice and gesture through to the general rehearsal. Students will have the opportunity to workshop selected scenes from plays by Shakespeare or his contemporaries in order to understand how a Renaissance English actor embodied his part.

Theatre and Performance Studies table

Theatre and Performance Studies descriptions

17/12/2018
4.

The following elective units of study are now available in 2019:

SCLG2637 Society and Identity Session: Semester 2

SCLG3607 Nature and Society Session: Semester 1

Sociology table

Sociology desciptions

18/12/2018
5.

The following elective units of study are now available in 2019:

ECOP2616 Inequality and Distribution Session: Semester 2

ECOP2617 Globalisation and Labour Session: Semester 1

ECOP3022 Political Economy of Gender Session: Semester 1

 Political Economy table

Political Economy descriptions

18/12/2018
6.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

GOVT2992 Quantitative Analysis of Politics

American Studies table

American Studies descriptions

18/12/2018
7.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units of study:

PHIL2642 Critical Thinking  P 12 credit points at 1000 level
PHIL2647 Philosophy of Happiness P 12 credit points at 1000 level
PHIL2617 Practical Ethics P 12 credit points at 1000 level

Philosophy table

Philosophy descriptions

 

15/1/2019
8.

Prerequisites have changed on the following unit of study:

ANHS3602 Law and Disorder at Rome P 12 credit points at 2000 level in Ancient History, History, Philosophy, Ancient Greek or Latin.

Ancient History table

Ancient History descriptions

15/1/2019
9.

Prerequisite has changed for the following unit of study:

SCLG2638 Sociology of the Other P 12 credit points at 1000 level in Sociology

Sociology table

Sociology descriptions

 

15/1/2019
10.

The following unit information is missing:

ENGL2668 Australian Gothic
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 1000 level in English or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Australian Literature 12 credit points at 1000 level in English or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Australian Literature Prohibitions: ASLT2619 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Faculty: Arts and Social Sciences Classes: 2x1hr lecture/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessment: 1x 5-10mins (approximately 500wd) oral presentation/summary (20%), 1x2000wd essay (40%), 1x2000wd take-home exercise (40%) Description: From the earliest days of European colonisation alongside visions of its promise, Australia has also been seen as the worst of all possible worlds, a hellish place of exile where nature seemed uncannily strange or hostile. The 'gothic' has offered a powerful means of representing this dystopian theme. This unit examines the gothic mode in Australian literature and film from the nineteenth century to the present, taking in such issues as 'Weird Melancholy', ghosts, bunyips, badlands and postcolonial (dis)enchantment. 

ENGL2670 Revolutionary Writing: 1960s and Beyond
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 1000 level in Australian Literature or 12 credit points at 1000 level in English Prohibitions: ASLT2602 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Faculty: Arts and Social Sciences Classes: 2x1hr lecture/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessments: 5x200wd online tasks (10%), 1x1500wd essay (40%), 1x2000wd take-home exercise (50%) Description: The 1960s through to the 1970s were decades of international cultural and social upheaval. A new range of cultural influences, drugs, pop art, sexual, women's and gay liberation, and the predominantly American counter-culture, influenced a new generation of Australian writers. Bush realism gave way to previously censored subject material - sex, drugs, anti-Vietnam War sentiment - and innovative forms of writing. This unit of study investigates these issues through the works of some of the key writers and films of this period. 

ENGL3635 Old Norse
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 2000 level in English or 12 credit points at 2000 level in Australian Literature or 12 credit points at 2000 level in Linguistics or 12 credit points at 2000 level in Celtic Studies Prohibitions: ENGL3631 or ENGL3632 or ENGL3622 or ENGL3621 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr tutorial/week Assessments:2x1500wd essays (70%), 1x1hr exam (30%) Description: Old Norse is the name given to the language of medieval Scandinavia which was spoken by the Viking invaders of Britain in the early Middle Ages. Old Norse literature presents a rich variety, from mythological and legendary poetry to Icelandic sagas. This unit extends students' understanding of the Germanic culture which the Anglo-Saxons brought to Britain by introducing them to the language of medieval Iceland, the literary centre of medieval Scandinavia, through texts written in Old Icelandic.

ENGL3608 Transpacific American Literature
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 2000 level in English or 12 credit points at 2000 level in Australian Literature Prohibition: ENGL2664 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week, 1x2-hr seminar/week Assessments: 1x2000wd research essay (40%), seminar participation 10%, 1x1000wd textual commentary (20%), 1x1.5hr exam (30%) Description: Students will apply advanced literary methods to address the broad ways in which American Literature in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries has engaged with the opening of transpacific space. Themes will include the nature of westward exploration, the emergence of planetary perspectives and how these have affected US culture. Students will build on their knowledge of literary study to consider the key methodological question of how relationships between nation and narrative should be defined.

ENGL4120 History Writing in English, 1500 to 1900
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x 2hr seminar / week Assessments: 1x2000wd essay or seminar paper (30%), 1x4000wd essay (70%) Description: We pose a number of interdependent questions. First, how and why have English authors from Tudor to Victorian times considered historical matters in different literary genres - verse, prose, prose-drama, and verse-drama? Second, how and why have these authors and their audiences deemed such historical writings to be literary or not? To determine the interdependence of these questions we pose a third. What are the literary and historical relations between literature and history? 

ENGL4123 Reading Suburbia
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x2hr seminar/week Assessments: 8x250wd online writing tasks (20%), 1x500wd research essay proposal (5%), 1x3500wd research essay (75%) Description: Suburbia is a bad object in Australian literature. Neither city nor bush, suburbs can seem culturally bland zones of consumerist domesticity from which artists and writers want to escape. Yet loathing of suburbia can be mixed with desire. This unit explores various topographies of suburbia in fiction, poetry, non-fiction and film. Why do writers return to suburbia? How do suburbs give shape to settler modernity, or stimulate literary modernism? Is the suburb a national or transnational scene in Australian writing?

English table

English descriptions

15/1/2019
11.

The following unit information is missing:

RLST4116 Secular and Civil Religion
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Faculty: Arts and Social Sciences Classes: 2x1hr seminar/wk Assessments: 2x3000wd essay (100%) Description: Peter Berger defined secularisation as "the process whereby sectors of society and culture are removed from the domination of religious institutions and symbols", which does not fit with the non-institutional religious forms that have emerged since the 1960s. Definitions of 'religion', 'religious', 'secular', and 'sacred' are the focus of this unit.

Studies in Religion table

Studies in Religion descriptions

15/1/2019
12.

Requirements have changed

Major (ii) should read: 18cp of 2000-level units with at least 12cp of language units

Minor (ii) should read: 18cp of 2000-level units with at least 12cp of language units

Chinese Studies table

Chinese Studies descriptions

15/1/2019
13.

The following units are now offered as Selective units of study:

GOVT2120 New Zealand and Pacific Politics
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 1000 level in Politics or 12 credit points at 1000 level in International Relations or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Government and International Relations Faculty: Arts and Social Sciences Classes: 2x1hr lecture/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessments: 1x1100wd case study, short paper (30%), 1x1700wd comparative analysis essay (35%), 1x1700wd policy/governance report (35%) Description: Using the comparative method, this unit examines the politics of New Zealand and a number of significant Pacific nations. The unit examines these nations' political cultures, structures and history, and explores regional governance and regionally-significant policy issues.

GOVT2552 Policy Analysis 
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1, Semester 2 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessment: 1x2500wd eval case study (40%), 1x2hr exam (50%), tutorial participation (10%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Description: The unit outlines the nature of public policy - dealing with such matters as definitions of policy and approaches to analysing public policy; Examines the main building blocks of the policy process: actors, institutions, and policy instruments; Explores key stages of the public policy process: notably problem definition, agenda setting, policy formation, decision making, implementation and evaluation. Examples are drawn from Australia and a range of countries throughout the world; Addresses policy-making in extreme, 'crisis' situations. Additional Information: Departmental Permission is required for this unit.

Politics table

Politics descriptions

22/1/2019
14.

The prerequisite has been changed for the following units. It now reads:

EDHP4002 Physical Education 4 P: 120 credit points from the BED(HPE) program
EDHP4004 Professional engagement and leadership P: 120 credit points from the BED(HPE) program
EDHP4005 Professional Practice for HPE 3 P:  120 credit points from the BED(HPE) program

Education (Health and Physical Education table)

Education (Health and Physical Education) descriptions

22/1/2019
15.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

SANS3601 Sanskrit Advanced 1

Sanskrit table

Sanskrit descriptions

24/1/2019
16.

The following units are no longer available in 2019:

ANTH2654 Forms of Families
ANTH3607 The Social Production of Space

Anthropology table

Anthropology descriptions

24/1/2019
17.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

GOVT3996 Science, Tech and International Security

Politics and International Relations table

Politics and International Relations descriptions

24/1/2019
18.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

GOVT3644 Political Campaigning

 

Politics table

Politics descriptions

25/1/2019
19.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit:

EDSE3048 Teaching Languages 1B 72 credit points including 12 senior credit points from two of the foreign languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Modern Greek, Spanish)

Education (Humanities and Social Sciences)/Arts table

Education (Humanities and Social Sciences)/Arts descriptions

25/1/2019
20.

The Prohibition has been removed from the following unit:

FRNC2656 French Sociolinguistics.

French and Francophone studies table

French and Francophone studies descriptions

25/1/2019
21.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

ARBC3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Arabic Languages and Culture

Arabic Language and Cultures table

Arabic Language and Cultures descriptions

31/1/2019
22.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

CHNS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Chinese Studies

Chinese Studies table

Chinese Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
23.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

FRNC3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in French and Francophone Studies

French and Francophone Studies table

French and Francophone Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
24.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

GRMN3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Germanic Studies

Germanic Studies table

Germanic Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
25.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

HBRW3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Hebrew (modern)

Hebrew (Modern) table

Hebrew (Modern) descriptions

31/1/2019
26.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

INMS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Indonesian Studies

Indonesian Studies table

Indonesian Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
27.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

ITLN3999 Interdisciplinary Impact 30 credit points in Italian Studies

Italian Studies (Beginner) table

Italian Studies (Intermediate) table

Italian Studies (Advanced) table

Italian Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
28.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

JPNS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Japanese Studies

JPNS2670 Love and Death in Japanese Literature P JPNS1124 or JPNS2222 or JPNS2612 and 12 credit points at 1000 level in Japanese Studies or Asian Studies

Japanese Studies table

Japanese Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
29.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

KRNS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Korean Studies

Korean Studies table

Korean Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
30.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

MGRK3999 Interdisciplinary Impact 30 credit points in Modern Greek

Modern Greek Studies table

Modern Greek Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
31.

The prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

SPAN3999 Interdisciplinary Impact 30 credit points in Spanish and Latin American Studies

SPAN3615 Indigenous Movements in Latin America P 12 credit points at 2000 level in the Spanish and Latin American Studies or Anthropology or Sociology or American Studies or Indigenous Studies.

Spanish and Latin American Studies table

Spanish and Latin American Studies table

31/1/2019
32.

The following unit is no longer on offer in 2019:

GOVT3643 Emotions and Public Policy

Politics table

Politics descriptions

Politics and International Relations table

Politics and International Relations descriptions

31/1/2019
33.

The following unit is no longer on offer in 2019:

SANS3602 Sanskrit Advanced 2

Sanskrit table

Sanskrit descriptions

31/1/2019
34.

The prerequisite has been changed for the following unit. It now reads:

SPAN3615 Indigenous Movements in Latin America P 12 credit points at 2000 level in the Spanish and Latin American Studies or Anthropology or Sociology or American Studies or Indigenous Studies.

Anthropology table

Anthropology descriptions

5/2/2019
35.

The co-requisite has been removed from the following unit:

LATN3603 Latin Imperial Poetry

Latin table

Latin descriptions

14/2/2019
36.

The prerequisite has been removed from the following unit:

LATN3605 Latin Republican Prose

Latin table

Latin descriptions

14/2/2019
37.

The following units are not available in 2019:

SCLG3611 Space, Place and Society

SCLG3608 Sociology of Deviance and Difference

SCLG2000 Global Social Problems

Sociology table

Sociology descriptions

14/2/2019
38.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

SCLG3608 Sociology of Deviance and Difference

Criminology table

Criminology descriptions

14/2/2019
39.

The following units are not available in 2019;

SCPL3605 East Asian Social Policy

SCLG3611 Space, Place and Society

Social Policy table

Social Policy descriptions

14/2/2019
40.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

ENGL4127 Wooing Women in Middle English Romantics

English table

English descriptions

14/2/2019
41.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

GOVT3984 Policy and Politics of Governing Cities

Politics table

Politics descriptions

Politics and International Relations table

Politics and International Relations descriptions

14/2/2019

Business School Postgraduate

This handbook was originally published on 12 November 2018.

Item Errata Link Date
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:

ITLS6400Airline Strategy and Supply Chains
Assesment is now: individual assignment (50%), presentation (30%), final exam (20%)

ITLS6101Global Freight Logistics ManagementAssesment 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:

QBUS5001Quantitative 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

12/12/2018
4.

Sessions have changed for the following unit:

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
7.

Sessions have changed for the following units:

SMBA6005 Critical Analysis and Thought Leadership Session: Intensive June and Semester 2 only

SMBA6115 Creativity, Innovation and Business Session: Intensive December only

MBA table

MBA descriptions

20/12/2018
8.

The following units have been cacelled for 2019:

IBUS6006 Comparative International Management

IBUS6021 Global Outsourcing and Offshoring

Subject area: International Business table

Subject area: International Business descriptions

International Business table

International Business descriptions

20/12/2018
9.

Assessment has changed for the following unit:

IBUS6011 New Business Opportunities and Startups Assessment: Start-up financials (15%), evidence-based decision-making (35%), business progress assignment and presentation (50%), ideation (0%)

Subject area: Strategy Innovation and Entrepreneurship

International Business descriptions
20/12/2018
10.

Assessment has changed for the following unit:

ITLS6003 Contemporary Procurement Assessment: Quiz (30%), group presentation (25%), final exam (45%)

Subject areas: Logistics and Supply Chain Management descriptions

Logistics and Supply Chain Management descriptions 
20/12/2018
11.

Assessment has changed for the following unit:

BUSS7902 Quantitative Research Methods Assessment: Test (10%), assignment 1 (40%); assignment 2 (50%)

Research descriptions 20/12/2018

Business School Undergraduate

This handbook was originally published on 30 October 2018.

Item Errata Link Date
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:

QBUS3850 Time Series and Forecasting

Business Analytics table

Business Analytics descriptions
12/12/2018
4.

Assessment has changed for the following units:

IBUS1102 Cross-Cultural Management Assessment: Tutorial attendance and participation (10%), quizzes (10%), research project (20%), mid-semester test (20%), final exam (40%)

IBUS3106 International Business Special Project Assessment: Participation and engagement (10%), practice pitch (15%), final pitch (25%), final report (30%), reflective piece (20%)

Subject areas: International Business descriptions 20/12/2018
5.

The following unit has been cancelled:

ACCT3015 Data Analytics for Accounting

Subject areas: Accounting table

Subject areas: Accounting descriptions

 

15/1/2019

 

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 Undergraduate

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.

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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

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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

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12/12/2018
7.

Prerequisites have been removed from the following unit:.

MATH1011 Applications of Calculus

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12/12/2018
8.

Prerequisites have been removed from the following unit:

MATH1013 Mathematical Modelling

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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)

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Mathematics table

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Statistics table

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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.

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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)]

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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)]

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12/12/2018
13.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit:

AVBS3003 Wildlife Management:
Prerequisites now read:
BIOL2032 or BIOL2X2X

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12/12/2018
14.

Session availability has changed for the following unit:

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

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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.

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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

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17/12/2018
 17

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

PRFM2603 Between Improvisation and Text
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit points from subject areas listed in Table A or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Theatre and Performance Studies Prohibitions: PRFM3005 or PRFM3014 or PRFM3016 Assessment: 1x500wd equivalent group performance (10%), 1x1500wd tutorial paper (40%), 1x500wd equiv group seminar (10%), 1x2000wd research essay (40%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
All performances exist at the interface of oral and literate culture, involving combinations of 'fixed' and 'free' elements. In this unit, you will explore, through practical workshops and group research, the flexibility of traditional genres like Commedia dell'Arte as well as contemporary forms of performance where improvisation can occur.

PRFM2605 Rehearsing Shakespeare
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr workshop/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 1000 level in Theatre and Performance Studies Assessment: 1x1500wd Analytical Rehearsal Log (30%), 3x In Class Scene-work (equiv to 500wd) (20%), 1x2500wd Essay (50%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day How did actors in Shakespeare's time rehearse a play? In this unit students will explore rehearsal in the Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre: from part playing, cueing and exploring the relationship between voice and gesture through to the general rehearsal. Students will have the opportunity to workshop selected scenes from plays by Shakespeare or his contemporaries in order to understand how a Renaissance English actor embodied his part.

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17/12/2018
18.

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

ARHT3676 Cinematic Time
ARHT3677 Cinematic Spectatorship

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17/12/2018
19.

Prerequistes have changed for the following unit. They now read:

MATH2088 Number Theory and Cryptography Prerequisites: (MATH1014 or MATH1002 or MATH1902) and (MATH1001 or MATH1901 or MATH1906 or MATH1003 or MATH1903 or MATH1907 or MATH1011 or MATH1021 or MATH1921 or MATH1931 or MATH1013 or MATH1023 or MATH1923 or MATH1933 or MATH1008 or MATH1904 or MATH1064)

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18/12/2018
 20.

The following elective units of study are now available in 2019:

ECOP2616 Inequality and Distribution Session: Semester 2

ECOP2617 Globalisation and Labour Session: Semester 1

ECOP3022 Political Economy of Gender Session: Semester 1

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 18/12/2018
21.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

GOVT2992 Quantitative Analysis of Politics

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18/12/2018
22.

Classes have changed for the following units:

IMMU3102 Molecular and Cellular Immunology. Classes are now: Three lectures (1 hour each) will be given each fortnight:  2 lectures in one week and one lecture the following week.  Two hour tutorials will run weeks 2 to 7 and four hour practical will run from week 8 to 13.

IMMU3902 Molecular and Cellular Immunology (Advanced). Classes are now: Three lectures (1 hour each) will be given each fortnight: 2 lectures in one week and one lecture the following week. Two hour tutorials will run weeks 2 to 7 and four hour practical will run from week 8 to 13.

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Immunology and Pathology major table

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14/1/2019
23.

The description has changed for the following unit. The description should now read:

IMMU3102 Molecular and Cellular Immunology. Description: This study unit builds on the series of lectures that outlined the general properties of the immune system, effector lymphocytes and their functions, delivered in the core courses, IMMU2101 - Introductory Immunology and BMED2404 - Microbes, Infection and Immunity (formerly IMMU2001 and BMED2807). In this unit the molecular and cellular aspects of the immune system are investigated in detail. We emphasise fundamental concepts to provide a scientific basis for studies of the coordinated and regulated immune responses that lead to elimination of infectious organisms. Guest lectures from research scientists eminent in particular branches of immunological research are a special feature of the course. These provide challenging information from the forefront of research that will enable the student to become aware of the many components that come under the broad heading 'Immunology'. Three lectures (1 hour each) will be given each fortnight: 2 lectures in one week and one lecture the following week, for the duration of the course.

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14/1/2019
24.

The description has changed for the following unit. The description should now read:

IMMU3902 Molecular and Cellular Immunology (Advanced). Description: This unit is available to students who have performed well in Introductory Immunology (IMMU2101). Advanced students will complete the same core lecture material and carry out practical work as students in IMMU3102 but attend a series of specialized seminar and research based tutorial classes.

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Immunology minor descriptions

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Immunology and Pathology major table

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14/1/2019
25.

Prohibitions for the following units have changed. They now read:

PSYC2015 Brain and Behavioural Psychology Prohibition: PSYC2010 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2013 or PSYC2915 or PSYC2014

PSYC2915 Brain and Behavioural Psychology (Advanced) Prohibition: PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2010 or PSYC2013 or PSYC2015 or PSYC2014

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14/1/2019
26.

Prohibitions for the following units have changed. They now read:

PSYC2017 Personality and Social Psychology Prohibition: PSYC2013 or PSYC2014 or PSYC2010 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2011 or PSYC2911

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14/1/2019
27.

The following unit has been cancelled:

ACCT3015 Data Analytics for Accounting

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15/1/2019
28.

Sessions have changed for the following units:

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

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15/1/2019
29.

The following unit has been cancelled:

QBUS3850 Time Series and Forecasting 

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15/1/2019
30.

Assessment has changed for the following units:

IBUS1102 Cross-Cultural Management Assessment: Tutorial attendance and participation (10%), quizzes (10%), research project (20%), mid-semester test (20%), final exam (40%)

IBUS3106 International Business Special Project Assessment: Participation and engagement (10%), practice pitch (15%), final pitch (25%), final report (30%), reflective piece (20%)

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15/1/2019
31.

Prerequisites have changed on the following units of study:

PHIL2642 Critical Thinking P 12 credit points at 1000 level
PHIL2647 Philosophy of Happiness P 12 credit points at 1000 level
PHIL2617 Practical Ethics P 12 credit points at 1000 level

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15/1/2019
32. Prerequisite has changed for the following unit of study:

SCLG2638 Sociology of the Other P 12 credit points at 1000 level in Sociology

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15/1/2019
33. Prerequisites have changed on the following unit of study:

ANHS3602 Law and Disorder at Rome P 12 credit points at 2000 level in Ancient History, History, Philosophy, Ancient Greek or Latin.

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15/1/2019
34.

The following unit information is missing:

ENGL2668 Australian Gothic
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 1000 level in English or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Australian Literature 12 credit points at 1000 level in English or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Australian Literature Prohibitions: ASLT2619 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Faculty: Arts and Social Sciences Classes: 2x1hr lecture/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessment: 1x 5-10mins (approximately 500wd) oral presentation/summary (20%), 1x2000wd essay (40%), 1x2000wd take-home exercise (40%) Description: From the earliest days of European colonisation alongside visions of its promise, Australia has also been seen as the worst of all possible worlds, a hellish place of exile where nature seemed uncannily strange or hostile. The 'gothic' has offered a powerful means of representing this dystopian theme. This unit examines the gothic mode in Australian literature and film from the nineteenth century to the present, taking in such issues as 'Weird Melancholy', ghosts, bunyips, badlands and postcolonial (dis)enchantment. 

ENGL2670 Revolutionary Writing: 1960s and Beyond
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 1000 level in Australian Literature or 12 credit points at 1000 level in English Prohibitions: ASLT2602 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Faculty: Arts and Social Sciences Classes: 2x1hr lecture/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessments: 5x200wd online tasks (10%), 1x1500wd essay (40%), 1x2000wd take-home exercise (50%) Description: The 1960s through to the 1970s were decades of international cultural and social upheaval. A new range of cultural influences, drugs, pop art, sexual, women's and gay liberation, and the predominantly American counter-culture, influenced a new generation of Australian writers. Bush realism gave way to previously censored subject material - sex, drugs, anti-Vietnam War sentiment - and innovative forms of writing. This unit of study investigates these issues through the works of some of the key writers and films of this period. 

ENGL3635 Old Norse
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 2000 level in English or 12 credit points at 2000 level in Australian Literature or 12 credit points at 2000 level in Linguistics or 12 credit points at 2000 level in Celtic Studies Prohibitions: ENGL3631 or ENGL3632 or ENGL3622 or ENGL3621 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr tutorial/week Assessments:2x1500wd essays (70%), 1x1hr exam (30%) Description: Old Norse is the name given to the language of medieval Scandinavia which was spoken by the Viking invaders of Britain in the early Middle Ages. Old Norse literature presents a rich variety, from mythological and legendary poetry to Icelandic sagas. This unit extends students' understanding of the Germanic culture which the Anglo-Saxons brought to Britain by introducing them to the language of medieval Iceland, the literary centre of medieval Scandinavia, through texts written in Old Icelandic.

ENGL3608 Transpacific American Literature
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 2000 level in English or 12 credit points at 2000 level in Australian Literature Prohibition: ENGL2664 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x1-hr lecture/week, 1x2-hr seminar/week Assessments: 1x2000wd research essay (40%), seminar participation 10%, 1x1000wd textual commentary (20%), 1x1.5hr exam (30%) Description: Students will apply advanced literary methods to address the broad ways in which American Literature in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries has engaged with the opening of transpacific space. Themes will include the nature of westward exploration, the emergence of planetary perspectives and how these have affected US culture. Students will build on their knowledge of literary study to consider the key methodological question of how relationships between nation and narrative should be defined.

ENGL4120 History Writing in English, 1500 to 1900
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x 2hr seminar / week Assessments: 1x2000wd essay or seminar paper (30%), 1x4000wd essay (70%) Description: We pose a number of interdependent questions. First, how and why have English authors from Tudor to Victorian times considered historical matters in different literary genres - verse, prose, prose-drama, and verse-drama? Second, how and why have these authors and their audiences deemed such historical writings to be literary or not? To determine the interdependence of these questions we pose a third. What are the literary and historical relations between literature and history? 

ENGL4123 Reading Suburbia
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Classes: 1x2hr seminar/week Assessments: 8x250wd online writing tasks (20%), 1x500wd research essay proposal (5%), 1x3500wd research essay (75%) Description: Suburbia is a bad object in Australian literature. Neither city nor bush, suburbs can seem culturally bland zones of consumerist domesticity from which artists and writers want to escape. Yet loathing of suburbia can be mixed with desire. This unit explores various topographies of suburbia in fiction, poetry, non-fiction and film. Why do writers return to suburbia? How do suburbs give shape to settler modernity, or stimulate literary modernism? Is the suburb a national or transnational scene in Australian writing?

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15/1/2019
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The following unit information is missing:

RLST4116 Secular and Civil Religion Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Faculty: Arts and Social Sciences Classes: 2x1hr seminar/wk Assessments: 2x3000wd essay (100%) Description: Peter Berger defined secularisation as "the process whereby sectors of society and culture are removed from the domination of religious institutions and symbols", which does not fit with the non-institutional religious forms that have emerged since the 1960s. Definitions of 'religion', 'religious', 'secular', and 'sacred' are the focus of this unit.

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36.

Requirements have changed

Major (ii) should read: 18cp of 2000-level units with at least 12cp of language units

Minor (ii) should read: 18cp of 2000-level units with at least 12cp of language units

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15/1/2019
37.

Prerequisites for PSYC3014 Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience have been corrected for a typing error.Where is says PSYC015 it should read PSYC2015.

The prerequisites are now:
Prerequisites: [(PSYC2010 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2015 or PSYC2915) and 6 credit points from (PSYC2012 or PSYC2013 or PSYC2014 or PSYC2016 or PSYC2017)] OR [(PSYC2010 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2015 or PSYC2915) and (ANAT2010 or ANAT2910) and PCOL2011]

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Neuroscience descriptions

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21/1/2019
38.

The following unit is missing from Table S Electives - Science

PHYS2923 Astrophysics and Relativity (SSP)
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Prof Iver Cairns Session: Semester 2 Classes: Lectures 2hrs/week for 13 weeks; laboratory 3hrs/wk for 12 weeks, tutorial 1 hr/wk for 12 wks, duty tutor 1 hr/wk. Prerequisites: 75 or above in (PHYS1003 or PHYS1004 or PHYS1902 or PHYS1904) and 75 or above in (PHYS1001 or PHYS1002 or PHYS1901 or PHYS1903 or PHYS2011 or PHYS2911 or PHYS2921). Prohibitions: PHYS2013 or PHYS2913 Assumed knowledge: (MATH1X21 or MATH1931 or MATH1X01 or MATH1906) and (MATH1X02) and (MATH1X23 or MATH1933 or MATH1X03 or MATH1907) and (MATH1X05) Assessment: Final examination 40% (Relativity/Astrophysics modules), Experimental Lab sessions and logbook 25%, Experimental Lab Talk 6%, Experimental Lab report (draft and final) 11%, Assignments (3x Relativity, 2x Astrophysics) 14%, and in class Quiz (Astrophysics) 4%. Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial)
day

Note: Department permission required for enrolment.

Are you someone with a very strong interest in Physics who wants a more open-ended approach to your learning? This unit of study delves into Cosmology/Astrophysics, Special Relativity, and Laboratory Experimental Physics. In Special Relativity, you will  earn about Einstein's theory of special relativity, relative motion, twin paradox, Doppler shift, Lorentz transformations, spacetime and causality, relativistic momentum, relativistic kinetic energy, and mass as a measure of energy. In Cosmology/Astrophysics, you will learn about cosmological models, the cosmological principle, the Friedmann equations, the Friedmann-Robertson Walker metric, cosmological redshift, the cosmic microwave background radiation, big-bang nucleosynthesis, the thermal history of the Universe, inflation, dark
matter and dark energy. Experimental Physics Laboratory will involve you performing experimental test and investigations of relevant topics in a mix of prescribed measurement exercises and open ended investigations, as well as the option of a research project. The lecture modules will be identical to PHYS2913 Astrophysics and Relativity (Advanced) but the labs will be different. The differentiation from PHYS2913 Astrophysics and Relativity (Advanced) is that Experimental Laboratory for PHYS2923 Astrophysics and Relativity (SSP) offers open-ended style, prescribed experiments in place of conventional prescribed exercises, as well as the option of doing a research style project (subject to not also choosing a 2nd research project in the Computational Lab of Phys2922 Physics 2B (SSP)).

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21/1/2019
39.

The following unit is now offered as a selective unit:

GOVT2552 Policy Analysis 
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1, Semester 2 Classes: 1x2hr lecture/week, 1x1hr tutorial/week Assessment: 1x2500wd eval case study (40%), 1x2hr exam (50%), tutorial participation (10%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day Description: The unit outlines the nature of public policy - dealing with such matters as definitions of policy and approaches to analysing public policy; Examines the main building blocks of the policy process: actors, institutions, and policy instruments; Explores key stages of the public policy process: notably problem definition, agenda setting, policy formation, decision making, implementation and evaluation. Examples are drawn from Australia and a range of countries throughout the world; Addresses policy-making in extreme, 'crisis' situations. Additional Information: Departmental Permission is required for this unit.

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40.

Sessions have changed for the following unit offered by the Faculty of Medicine and Health. Sessions are Semester 2 only:

OLET1506 Health Challenges: Allergy and Autoimmunity

Open Learning Environment table

Open Learning Environment descriptions

24/1/2019
41.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

SANS3601 Sanskrit Advanced 1

Sanskrit table

Sanskrit descriptions

24/1/2019
42.

The following units are no longer available in 2019:

ANTH2654 Forms of Families

ANTH3607 The Social Production of Space

Anthropology table

Anthropology descriptions

 24/1/2019
43.

The following unit is no longer available in 2019:

GOVT3644 Political Campaigning

Politics table

Politics table

25/1/2019
44.

The Prohibition has been removed from the following unit:

FRNC2656 French Sociolinguistics.

French and Francophone Studies table

French and Francophone Studies descriptions

25/1/2019
45.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

ARBC3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Arabic Languages and Culture

Arabic Languages and Culture table

Arabic Languages and Culture descriptions

31/1/2019
46.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

CHNS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Chinese Studies

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31/1/2019
47.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

FRNC3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in French and Francophone Studies

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31/1/2019
48.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

GRMN3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Germanic Studies

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31/1/2019
49.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

HBRW3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Hebrew (Modern)

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31/1/2019
50.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

INMS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Indonesian Studies

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31/1/2019
51.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

ITLNS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Italian Studies

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31/1/2019
52.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

JPNS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Japanese Studies

JPNS2670 Love and Death in Japanese Literature P JPNS1124 or JPNS2222 or JPNS2612 and 12 credit points at 1000 level in Japanese Studies or Asian Studies

Japanese Studies table

Japanese Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
53.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

KRNS3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Japanese Studies

Korean Studies table

Korean Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
54.

The prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

MGRK3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Modern Greek Studies

Modern Greek Studies table

Modern Greek Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
55.

The prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

SPAN3999 Interdisciplinary Impact P 30 credit points in Spanish and Latin American Studies

SPAN3615 Indigenous Movements in Latin America P 12 credit points at 2000 level in the Spanish and Latin American Studies or Anthropology or Sociology or American Studies or Indigenous Studies.

Spanish and Latin American Studiestable

Spanish and Latin American Studies descriptions

31/1/2019
56.

The following unit of study is no longer on offer in 2019:

GOVT3643 Emotions and Public Policy

Politics table

Politics descriptions

5/2/2019
57.

The following unit of study is no longer on offer in 2019:

SANS3602 Sanskrit Advanced 2

Sanskrit table

Sanskrit descriptions

5/2/2019
58.

The prerequisite has been changed for the following unit. It now reads:

SPAN3615 Indigenous Movements in Latin America P 12 credit points at 2000 level in the Spanish and Latin American Studies or Anthropology or Sociology or American Studies or Indigenous Studies.

Anthropology table

Anthropology descriptions

5/2/2019
59.

The following units offered are now available as Table A electives:

PRFM2603 Between Improvisation and Text
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 2 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr tutorial/week Prerequisites: 18 Junior credit points from subject areas listed in Table A or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Theatre and Performance Studies Prohibitions: PRFM3005 or PRFM3014 or PRFM3016 Assessment: 1x500wd equivalent group performance (10%), 1x1500wd tutorial paper (40%), 1x500wd equiv group seminar (10%), 1x2000wd research essay (40%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
All performances exist at the interface of oral and literate culture, involving combinations of 'fixed' and 'free' elements. In this unit, you will explore, through practical workshops and group research, the flexibility of traditional genres like Commedia dell'Arte as well as contemporary forms of performance where improvisation can occur.

PRFM2605 Rehearsing Shakespeare 
Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 1x1hr lecture/week, 1x2hr workshop/week Prerequisites: 12 credit points at 1000 level in Theatre and Performance Studies Assessment: 1x1500wd Analytical Rehearsal Log (30%), 3x In Class Scene-work (equiv to 500wd) (20%), 1x2500wd Essay (50%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
How did actors in Shakespeare's time rehearse a play? In this unit students will explore rehearsal in the Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre: from part playing, cueing and exploring the relationship between voice and gesture through to the general rehearsal. Students will have the opportunity to workshop selected scenes from plays by Shakespeare or his contemporaries in order to understand how a Renaissance English actor embodied his part.

Theatre adn Performance Studies table

Theatre adn Performance Studies descriptions

 

17/12/2018
60.

The co-requisite has been removed from the following unit:

LATN3603 Latin Imperial Poetry

Latin table

Latin descriptions

14/2/2019
61.

The prerequisite has been removed from the following unit:

LATN3605 Latin Republican Prose

Latin table

Latin descriptions

14/2/2019
62.

The following units are not available in 2019:

SCLG3611 Space, Place and Society

SCLG3608 Sociology of Deviance and Difference

SCLG2000 Global Social Problems

Sociology table

Sociology descriptions

14/2/2019
63.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

SCLG3608 Sociology of Deviance and Difference

Criminology table

Criminology table

14/2/2019
64.

The following units are not available in 2019:

SCPL3605 East Asian Social Policy

SCLG3611 Space, Place and Society

Social Policy table

Social Policy descriptions

14/2/2019
65.

The following unit is not available in 2019;

ENGL4127 Wooing Women in Middle English Romantics

English table

English descriptions

14/2/2019
66.

The following unit is not available in 2019:

GOVT3984 Policy and Politics of Governing Cities

Politics table

Politics descriptions

International Relations table

International Relations descriptions

14/2/2019
67.

The following unit has been added to the list of Table S Science electives:

MATH1111 Introduction to Calculus
Sessions: Semester 1 Prohibition: MATH1011 or MATH1901 or MATH1906 or MATH1001 or HSC Mathematics Extension 1 or HSC Mathematics Extension 2 or ENVX1001 or MATH1021 or MATH1921 or MATH1931 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of algebra and trigonometry equivalent to NSW Year 10

Table S Electives: Science table

Table S Electives: Science descriptions

21/2/2019
68.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units:

BCHM3071 Molecular Biology and Biochem-Genes Prerequisites: [12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003)] OR [BMED2401 and BMED2405 and 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

BCHM3971 Molecular Biology and Biochem-Genes (Adv) Prerequisites: [An average mark of 75 in 12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003)] OR [BMED2401 and a mark of 75 or above in BMED2405 and a mark of 75 or above in 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

Table S Electives: Science table

Table S Electives: Science descriptions

21/2/2019
69.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

BCHM3081 Mol Biology and Biochemistry-Proteins  Prerequisites: [12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003)] OR [BMED2401 and BMED2405 and 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

BCHM3981 Mol Biology and Biochem-Proteins (Adv) Prerequisites: [An average mark of 75 in 12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003)] OR [BMED2401 and a mark of 75 or above in BMED2405 and a mark of 75 or above in 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

Table S Electives: Science table

Table S Electives: Science descriptions

21/2/2019
70.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

BCHM3082 Medical and Metabolic Biochemistry Prerequisites: [12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003)] OR [BMED2401 and BMED2405 and 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

BCHM3982 Medical and Metabolic Biochemistry (Adv) Prerequisites: [An average mark of 75 in 12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003)] OR [BMED2401 and a mark of 75 or above in BMED2405 and a mark of 75 or above in 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

Table S Electives: Science table

Table S Electives: Science descriptions

21/2/2019
71.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

BCHM3092 Proteomics and Functional Genomics  Prerequisites: [12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or DATA2002 or ENVX2001 or BIOL2X22 or GEGE2X01 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003 or QBIO2001)] OR [BMED2401 and BMED2405 and 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

BCHM3992  Proteomics and Functional Genomics (Adv)  Prerequisites: [An average mark of 75 or above in 12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or DATA2002 or ENVX2001 or BIOL2X22 or GEGE2X01 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003 or QBIO2001)] OR [BMED2401 and a mark of 75 or above in BMED2405 and a mark of 75 or above in 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

Table S Electives: Science table

Table S Electives: Science descriptions

21/2/2019
72.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

BIOL3018 Gene Technology and Genomics Prerequisites: (MBLG2X72 or GEGE2X01 or GENE2002) and 6cp from (MBLG2X71 or BCMB2XXX or QBIO2001 or IMMU2XXX or BIOL2XXX or MEDS2003)

BIOL3918 Gene Technology and Genomics (Adv) Prerequisites: An average mark of 75 or above in [(MBLG2X72 or GEGE2X01 or GENE2002) and (MBLG2X71 or BCMB2XXX or QBIO2001 or IMMU2XXX or BIOL2XXX or MEDS2003)]

Table S Electives: Science table

Table S Electives: Science descriptions

21/2/2019
73.

The following unit has been cancelled for 2019:

QBIO3001 Molecular Systems Biology

Quantitative Life Sciences table

Quantitative Life Sciences descriptions

Genetics and Genomics table

Genetics and Genomics table

21/2/2019
74.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

MEDS2004 Microbes, Infection and Immunity Prerequisites: BIOL1XX3 or BIOL1XX7 or BIOL1X08 or MEDS1X01 or MBLG1XX1

Anatomy and Histology table

Anatomy and Histology descriptions

Animal Health, Disease and Welfare table

Animal Health, Disease and Welfare descriptions

Applied Medical Science table

Applied Medical Science descriptions

Immunology table

Immunology descriptions

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[[/handbooks/interdisciplinary_studies/units_of_study/tables_io/immunology_pathology_descriptions.shtml|Immunology and Pathology descriptions]]

Infectious diseases table

Infectious diseases descriptions

Microbiology table

Microbiology descriptions

Pathology table

Pathology descriptions

Virology table

Virology descriptions

21/2/2019

 

Medicine and Health Postgraduate

This handbook was originally published on 21 November 2018.

Item Errata Link Date
1.

The following units are no longer on offer:

INIM5001 Fundamental Immunology (Semester 1)

INIM5016 Clinical and Translational Immunology (Semester 2)

infection and Immunity table

infection and Immunity descriptions

12/12/2018
2. 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
3.

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.

infection and Immunity table

infection and Immunity descriptions

12/12/2018
4.

The following unit has been cancelled for 2019:

CEPI5555 Making Decisions in Clinical Practice.

Clinical Epidemiology table

Clinical Epidemiology descriptions

18/12/2018
5.

The following courses are not on offer in 2019:


Graduate Certificate in Science in Medicine (Metabolic Health)
Graduate Diploma in Science in Medicine (Metabolic Health)
Master of Science in Medicine (Metabolic Health)
Master of Science in Medicine (Advanced) (Metabolic Health)

Metabolic Health

Metabolic Health enrolment

Metabolic Health table

Metabolic Health descriptions

19/12/2018
6.

The following units are missing from the Part 2 Electives:

HPOL5001 Health Systems and Financing
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: A/Professor James Gillespie, Dr Carmen Huckel Schneider Session: Semester 1 Classes: online students: 12 x week by week online tasks and activities (lectures, discussion boards, quizzes, short videos, interactive readings) block mode students 2 x 2 full day workshops, plus 12 x week by week online tasks Assessment: online quiz (20%), assignment 1: 2500 word individual written report on comparative health systems analysis (40%) assignment 2: 2500 word individual written report on analysis of health finance and policy objectives (40%) Mode of delivery: Block mode, Online
Description: This unit aims to equip students with operational knowledge of the structures and financing of health systems. The focus will be on Australia and comparable countries. However, we will also look at the particular issues around lower income and aid dependent health systems. Topics covered include funding priorities and mechanisms, the debates over the public-private mix, governance and accountability. The unit addresses questions such as: Who makes decisions about funding priorities? To whom should decision makers be held accountable and for what aspects of their work? How does health financing shape universal health coverage? By the end of this unit students will be able to: Apply a critical understanding of the basic history and features of the Australian and comparable health systems; Debate the main models and principles of health system funding, including principles of insurance, risk-pooling, equity, delivery and governance; Undertake a cross-country comparative analysis of health system features and outcomes, including low and middle income countries; Critically analyse national health budgets and funding Clinical Surgery programs; Locate finance policy in the wider context of health systems and economies.
Textbooks
Recommended: Blank, RH and Burau, V. Comparative Health Policy (5th Edition) Macmillan, 2017. (Readings are available on the unit's eLearning site)

HPOL5003 Analysing Health Policy
Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Samantha Rowbotham Session: Semester 2 Classes: Block mode: 2 x 2 day workshops plus online activities. Online mode: pre-recorded lectures and week-by-week online discussion and activities. Assessment: 1x2500 word assignment (35%), participation grade (5 x short online or face-to-face learning activities) (15%), 1x3000 word policy analysis project proposal (50%) Mode of delivery: Block mode, Online
Description: This unit aims to develop skills for undertaking policy research and analysis from a systems thinking perspective. A multidisciplinary approach familiarises students with fundamental frameworks and methodologies that can be applied to analyse policy by drawing on multiple disciplines including public health, social and political sciences, behavioural sciences, public policy and history. By the end of the unit students will be able to: Define policy and formulate research questions that can be used to analyse policy and policy processes; Take a systems thinking approach to policy analsys and research; Understand and explain the different methodological approaches and research paradigms that can be applied in policy analysis and research; Apply a critical analysis to a case study of policy success or failure; Identify appropriate study designs, research methodologies, data collection methods and analysis frameworks for specific policy research questions; Design a systems thinking-informed analysis of a current policy issue.
Textbooks
Required and recommended readings and reference lists will be available through eLearning.

Public Health table

25/1/2019
7.

The following unit is now available as an Elective: 

WARC5001 Research Translation, Impact and Evaluation

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Julie Redfern Session: Semester 2 Classes: online lectures, discussion forums, video tutorials Assumed knowledge: This unit of study is best suited to students who have a solid understanding of research methodology and clinical trials. It is not limited to but is ideally suited to people with a clinical background. Assessment: online quizzes (10%); case-based discussion boards (20%); research proposal (40%); evaluation assignment (30%) Mode of delivery: Online

To optimise healthcare delivery, we need evidence-based strategies to enable research translation and to assess impact. This unit of study will teach these skills including fostering and maintaining stakeholder engagement, pragmatic study design, cost effectiveness analysis, recognising and managing barriers and enablers to implementation and post-research translation. Participation in case-based discussions and preparation of a research proposal will enable students to develop the skills to enhance impact and hasten adoption of research into routine care. This unit of study will have a practical focus with the aim of facilitating students to deliver impactful research within the clinical setting.

Internal Medicine table

Internal Medicine descriptions

4/2/2019
8.

Credit points were listed incorrectly for the following unit. They should be:

DENT5218 Oral Medicine Level 1B Credit points: 12

Clinical Dentistry - Oral Medicine

5/2/2019

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.

Item Errata Link Date
1.

The following units have been cancelled for 2019:

AFNR5502 Remote Sensing, GIS and Land Management

AFNR5512 Water Management and Variable Climate

Sustainability table

Sustainability descriptions

Agriculutre and Environment table

Agriculutre and Environment descriptions

20/2/2019

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

12/12/2018
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
 10.

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
11.

Prerequistes have changed for the following unit. They now read:

MATH2088 Number Theory and Cryptography Prerequisites: (MATH1014 or MATH1002 or MATH1902) and (MATH1001 or MATH1901 or MATH1906 or MATH1003 or MATH1903 or MATH1907 or MATH1011 or MATH1021 or MATH1921 or MATH1931 or MATH1013 or MATH1023 or MATH1923 or MATH1933 or MATH1008 or MATH1904 or MATH106

Mathematics Table

Mathematics Descriptions

Table 1 Mathematics

20/12/2018
12.

Classes have changed for the following units:

IMMU3102 Molecular and Cellular Immunology. Classes are now: Three lectures (1 hour each) will be given each fortnight:  2 lectures in one week and one lecture the following week.  Two hour tutorials will run weeks 2 to 7 and four hour practical will run from week 8 to 13.

IMMU3902 Molecular and Cellular Immunology (Advanced). Classes are now: Three lectures (1 hour each) will be given each fortnight: 2 lectures in one week and one lecture the following week. Two hour tutorials will run weeks 2 to 7 and four hour practical will run from week 8 to 13

Immunology minor table

Immunology minor descriptions

Immunology and Pathology minor table

Immunology and Pathology minor descriptions

Medical Science major table

Medical Science major descriptions

Table 1 Immunobiology

14/1/2019
13.

The description has changed for the following unit. The description should now read:


IMMU3102 Molecular and Cellular Immunology. Description: This study unit builds on the series of lectures that outlined the general properties of the immune system, effector lymphocytes and their functions, delivered in the core courses, IMMU2101 - Introductory Immunology and BMED2404 - Microbes, Infection and Immunity (formerly IMMU2001 and BMED2807). In this unit the molecular and cellular aspects of the immune system are investigated in detail. We emphasise fundamental concepts to provide a scientific basis for studies of the coordinated and regulated immune responses that lead to elimination of infectious organisms. Guest lectures from research scientists eminent in particular branches of immunological research are a special feature of the course. These provide challenging information from the forefront of research that will enable the student to become aware of the many components that come under the broad heading 'Immunology'. Three lectures (1 hour each) will be given each fortnight: 2 lectures in one week and one lecture the following week, for the duration of the course.

Immunology minor table

Immunology minor descriptions

Immunology and Pathology minor table

Immunology and Pathology minor descriptions

Medical Science major table

Medical Science major descriptions

Table 1 Immunobiology

14/1/2019
14.

The description has changed for the following unit. The description should now read:

IMMU3902 Molecular and Cellular Immunology (Advanced). Description: This unit is available to students who have performed well in Introductory Immunology (IMMU2101). Advanced students will complete the same core lecture material and carry out practical work as students in IMMU3102 but attend a series of specialized seminar and research based tutorial classes.

Immunology minor table

Immunology minor descriptions

Immunology and Pathology minor table

Immunology and Pathology minor descriptions

Medical Science major table

Medical Science major descriptions

Table 1 Immunobiology

14/1/2019
15.

Prohibitions for the following units have changed. They now read:

PSYC2015 Brain and Behavioural Psychology Prohibition: PSYC2010 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2013 or PSYC2915 or PSYC2014

PSYC2915 Brain and Behavioural Psychology (Advanced) Prohibition: PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2010 or PSYC2013 or PSYC2015 or PSYC2014

Neuroscience table

Neuroscience descriptions

Psychological Science table

Psychological Science descriptions

Psychology table

Psychology descriptions

Table 1 Psychology

14/1/2019
16.

Prohibitions for the following units have changed. They now read:

PSYC2017 Personality and Social Psychology Prohibition: PSYC2013 or PSYC2014 or PSYC2010 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2011 or PSYC2911

Psychological Science table

Psychological Science descriptions

Psychology table

Psychology descriptions

Table 1 Psychology

14/1/2019
17.

Prohibitions for the following units have changed. They now read:

PSYC2010 Brain and Behaviour Prohibition: PSYC2015 or PSYC2915 or PSYC2016 or PSYC2017 or PSYC2910

PSYC2910 Brain and Behaviour (Advanced) Prohibition: PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2010 or PSYC2015 or PSYC2915 or PSYC2016 or PSYC2017 or PSYC2910

Table 1 Neuroscience 14/1/2019
18.

Table 1 Finanacial Mathematics Major requirements (ii) and (iv) ommitted unit codes. The units were included in the body of the table. Requirements (ii) and (iv) should read:

(ii) STAT3021/3911
(iv) One of the following units of study: MATH3076/3976, MATH3078/3978, MATH3969, MATH3974, STAT3888, FMAT3888, DATA3404, MATH3971, STAT3914 or STAT3023/3923

Table 1 Mathematics  
19.

The following unit is missing from the Intermediate units of study:

PSYC2012 Statistics and Research Methods for Psych

Credit points: 6 Session: Semester 1 Classes: 3 x 1 hour lectures per week for 6 weeks (even weeks) and 2 x 1 hour lectures per week for the remaining 7 weeks (odd weeks); 2 hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: PSYC1001 OR PSYC1002 Assumed knowledge: Recommended: HSC Mathematics, any level Assessment: One 2 hour final exam, research participation, plus a combination of in class tests, midsemester exam, and/or a written assignment (100%). Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
The aim is to introduce students to fundamental concepts in statistics and research design as applied to psychological research. These include summary descriptive statistics, an introduction to the principles and practice of research design, and the use of inferential statistics. Building upon this framework, the unit of study aims to develop each student's expertise in understanding the rationale for, and application of, a variety of statistical tests to the sorts of data typically obtained in psychological research.
Table 1 Psychology 17/1/2019
20.

Prerequisites for PSYC3014 Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience have been corrected for a typing error.Where is says PSYC015 it should read PSYC2015.

The prerequisites are now:
Prerequisites: [(PSYC2010 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2015 or PSYC2915) and 6 credit points from (PSYC2012 or PSYC2013 or PSYC2014 or PSYC2016 or PSYC2017)] OR [(PSYC2010 or PSYC2910 or PSYC2011 or PSYC2911 or PSYC2015 or PSYC2915) and (ANAT2010 or ANAT2910) and PCOL2011]
Neuroscience table

Neuroscience descriptions

Psychological Sciences table

Psychological Sciences descriptions

Table 1 - Neuroscience

Table 1 - Psychology
21/1/2019
21.

In Table 3: Animal Production Systems Major: ANSC3107 Animal Genetics 3 has been replaced by:

GEGE3004 Computational Genomics.
Session: Semester 2 Prerequisites: 6cp of (GEGE2X01 or QBIO2XXX or DATA2X01 or GENE2XXX or MBLG2X72 or ENVX2001 or DATA2X02) Prohibiton: ANSC3107 Assumed Knowledge: Genetics at 2000 level, Biology at 1000 level, algebra

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

Pre-2018 Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience – Majors - Descriptions
24/1/2019
22.

The following unit replaces AGEC1006 Economic Environment of Agriculture:
ECON1040 Principals of Economics Session: Semester 1 Prohibition: ECON1001 or BUSS1040
Students are strongly advised to take GEGE2X01 in Semester 2.

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience table

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience descriptions

19/2/2019
23.

Prerequisites have changes for the following unit. They now read:

AVBS4002 Dairy Production and Technology: Prerequisites: 48cp of 2000 or 3000-level units

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience table

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience descriptions

Animal and veterinary Bioscience table

Animal and veterinary Bioscience descriptions

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Food and Agribusiness table

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Food and Agribusiness descriptions

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Food and Agriculture table

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Food and Agriculture descriptions

19/2/2019
24. Bioinformatics major requirement (ii) has changed. It now reads:

(ii) At least one of STAT3022/3922 and STAT3888/3914; and
Table1 Bioinformatics 19/2/2019
25.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit. They now read:

AVBS4003 Wildlife and Evolutionary Genetics: Prerequisites: 48cp of 2000 or 3000-level units

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience table

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience majors table

Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience descriptions
Pre-2018 Coursework: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience majors descriptions
19/2/2019
26.

The following units have been cancelled for 2019:

BIOL2010 Intro to Tropical Wildlife Biology

BIOL2910 Intro to Tropical Wildlife Biology (Adv)

Table 1: Environmental Studies

20/2/2019
27.

The following unit has been cancelled for 2019:

QBIO3001 Molecular Systems Biology

Quantitative Life Sciences table

Quantitative Life Sciences descriptions

Genetics and Genomics table

Genetics and Genomics descriptions

20/2/2019
28.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit, they now read:
MEDS2004 Microbes, Infection and Immunity Prerequisites:MEDS2004: BIOL1XX3 or BIOL1XX7 or BIOL1X08 or MEDS1X01 or MBLG1XX1

Anatomy and Histology table

Anatomy and Histology descriptions

Animal health, disease and welfare table

Animal health, disease and welfare descriptions

Applied medical science table

Applied medical science descriptions

Immunology table

Immunology descriptions

Immunology and pathology table

Immunology and pathology descriptions

Infectious diseases table

Infectious diseases descriptions

Medical Science table

Medical Science descriptions

Microbiology table

Microbiology descriptions

Pathology table

Pathology descriptions

Virology table

Virology descriptions

20/2/2019
29.

Prerequisites have changed for the following unit, they now read:

MEDS2005 Human Anatomy and Histology Prerequisites: 6 cp from (BIOL1003 or BIOL1903 or BIOL1993 or BIOL1008 or BIOL1908 or BIOL1998 or MEDS1001 or MEDS1901)

Anatomy and Histology table

Anatomy and Histology descriptions

Medical Science tableMedical Science descriptions

Neuroscience table

Neuroscience descriptions

20/2/2019
30.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

BCHM3071 Molecular Biology and Biochem-Genes Prerequisites: [12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003)] OR [BMED2401 and BMED2405 and 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

BCHM3971 Molecular Biology and Biochem-Genes (Adv) Prerequisites: [An average mark of 75 in 12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003)] OR [BMED2401 and a mark of 75 or above in BMED2405 and a mark of 75 or above in 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

Biochemistry and molecular biology table

Biochemistry and molecular biology descriptions

Medical Science table

Medical Science descriptions

Nutrition and dietetics table

Nutrition and dietetics descriptions

Nutrition science table

Nutrition science descriptions

Table 1 Cell pathology

Table 1 Immunobiology

Table 1 Molecular Biology and Genetics

Table 1 Nutrition and metabolism

20/2/2019
31.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

BCHM3092 Proteomics and Functional Genomics Prerequisites: [12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or DATA2002 or ENVX2001 or BIOL2X22 or GEGE2X01 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003 or QBIO2001)] OR [BMED2401 and BMED2405 and 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

BCHM3992 Proteomics and Functional Genomics (Adv) Prerequisites: [An average mark of 75 or above in 12cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCHM2X72 or BCMB2X01 or BCMB2X02 or DATA2002 or ENVX2001 or BIOL2X22 or GEGE2X01 or MBLG2X71 or MEDS2003 or QBIO2001)] OR [BMED2401 and a mark of 75 or above in BMED2405 and a mark of 75 or above in 6cp from (BCHM2X71 or BCMB2X02 or MBLG2X71)]

Biochemistry and molecular biology table

Biochemistry and molecular biology descriptions

Genetics and Genomics table

Genetics and Genomics descriptions

Quantitative Life Sciences table

Quantitative Life Sciences descriptions

Table 1 Bioinformatics

 
32.

The following unit has been canelled for 2019:

ANAT3888 Anatomy and Histology Projects

Anatomy and Histology table

Anatomy and Histology descriptions
20/2/2019
33.

Prerequisites have changed for the following units. They now read:

BIOL3018 Gene Technology and Genomics Prerequisites: (MBLG2X72 or GEGE2X01 or GENE2002) and 6cp from (MBLG2X71 or BCMB2XXX or QBIO2001 or IMMU2XXX or BIOL2XXX or MEDS2003)

BIOL3918 Gene Technology and Genomics (Adv) Prerequisites: An average mark of 75 or above in [(MBLG2X72 or GEGE2X01 or GENE2002) and (MBLG2X71 or BCMB2XXX or QBIO2001 or IMMU2XXX or BIOL2XXX or MEDS2003)]

Animal and Veterinary Bioscience table

Animal and Veterinary Bioscience descriptions

Animal and Veterinary Bioscience majors table

Animal and Veterinary Bioscience majors descriptions

Pre-2018 Science in Agriculture table

Pre-2018 Science in Agriculture descriptions

Table1 Bioinformatics

Table 1 Biology

Table 1 Immunobiology

Table 1 Molecular Biology and Genetics

Biology table

Biology descriptions

Genetics and genomics table

Genetics and genomics descriptions

20/2/2019

 

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.