Master of Molecular Imaging – MAMOLIMG2000

 

Master of Molecular Imaging


These resolutions must be read in conjunction with applicable University By-laws, Rules and policies including (but not limited to) the University of Sydney (Coursework) Rule 2010 (the 'Coursework Rule'), the Resolutions of the Faculty, the University of Sydney (Student Appeals against Academic Decisions) Rule 2006 (as amended) and the Academic Board policies on Academic Dishonesty and Plagiarism.

Course resolutions

1 Course codes

Code

Course  and stream title

SC159

Master of Molecular Imaging

2 Admission

Applicants for admission as candidates for the Master of Molecular Imaging shall possess a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with a minimum credit (65%) average in one of the following areas:
2.1
Bachelor of Science; or
2.2
Bachelor of Medical Science; or
2.3
Bachelor of Pharmacy; or
2.4
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical); or
2.5
Bachelor of Engineering (Biomedical); or
2.6
Computer Science and Technology; or
2.7
such studies from a recognised tertiary institution as are deemed to be equivalent to 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, and 2.6.

3 Units of study

A student who is a candidate for the Master of Molecular Imaging degree is to complete all core and elective units of study for the degree as shown in the Table of Units of Study, as set out in the chapter of the Faculty of Health Sciences Handbook relating to the degree.

4 Requirements for the Master of Molecular Imaging

4.1
To qualify for the award of the pass degree of Master of Molecular Imaging, a candidate shall successfully complete a minimum of 72 credit points as set out in the Table of Units of Study for the Master of Molecular Imaging.
4.2
The requirements of the award must be completed within a maximum of three years for full-time students and six years for part-time students.

5 Award of Master of Molecular Imaging

The degree shall be awarded in one grade, namely pass.

6 Details of units of study

Details of units of study are set out in the entry for the degree in the Faculty of Health Sciences Handbook.

7 Enrolment in more/less than minimum load

7.1
Candidates who have a shown significant academic ability may, at the discretion of the Dean, be allowed to undertake more than the prescribed 24 credit points per semester.
7.2
Candidates who can demonstrate good reason as to why they should be allowed to undertake less than 12 credit points in any one semester may, at the discretion of the Dean, be permitted to do so.

8 Cross-institutional study

Credit granted on the basis of work completed at another university or institution as part of a program of cross-institutional study may not exceed 36 credit points.

9 Restrictions on enrolment

In considering an application for admission to candidature the Faculty will select in preference applicants who are most meritorious in terms of the admission criteria.
9.2
The enrolment of candidates in units of study shall be limited by the exigencies of the timetable.
9.3
The applicant must demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the Faculty, that during the candidature the student will be able to complete field experience required for the course.
9.4
Except with the permission of the Dean, a candidate may not enrol in units of study with a total value 30 credit points or more in any one semester.

10 Discontinuation of enrolment

A candidate who wishes to suspend or discontinue his or her candidature must apply to do so in accordance with the procedures set out in the Faculty of Health Sciences Handbook.

11 Suspension of candidature

11.1
A candidate who wishes to suspend their candidature must complete an 'Application for suspension of candidature' form.
11.2
The application must be received by the Faculty prior to the commencement of the relevant semester.
11.3
Suspension of candidature will be for a minimum of one semester and a maximum of two semesters and may be granted only once for a total of two semesters during the degree.
11.4
The granting of a suspension of candidature is at the discretion of the Dean.
11.5
Students must submit 'Recommencement of Candidature' form prior to completion of approved period of leave.
11.6
If a suspension of candidature is not granted, students may be required to discontinue their studies and follow the procedures for re-admission.

12 Re-enrolment after an absence

12.1
The Faculty of Health Sciences may require a student to show good cause why it should allow the student to re-enrol in a degree, diploma, graduate diploma or graduate certificate in the Faculty if it considers that the student has not made satisfactory progress towards fulfilling the requirements for the award.
12.2
It is not possible to define satisfactory progress in all cases in advance, but the Faculty considers that a student's progress is unsatisfactory if the student has:
12.2.1
enrolled on a full-time basis but has not successfully completed all first year requirements within two years;
12.2.2
enrolled on less than a full-time basis, but has not successfully completed those units of study that the Faculty requires him or her to complete in the first year of his or her approved program of study within two years;
12.2.3
enrolled following exclusion from another Faculty or degree or diploma in the University or in another tertiary institution but has not successfully completed those subjects that the Faculty requires him or her to complete in the first year.
12.3
The Faculty may require a student to show good cause why it should allow the student to re-enrol in a unit of study that the student has failed or discontinued with failure more than once.
12.4
If the Faculty permits a student whose progress it considers unsatisfactory to re-enrol, the Faculty may require the student to complete specified units of study within a specified time. If the student does not satisfy this requirement the Faculty may again call upon the student to show good cause why the Faculty should allow him or her to re-enrol.

13 Satisfactory progress

13.1
To satisfy the academic requirement for a University award, students must obtain a passing grade in all units of study in their courses.
13.2
Students must repeat failed units of study or their equivalent at the first opportunity and will be permitted to progress to the next semester in addition to repeating failed units of study, providing course requirements, including any prerequisites, corequisites and attendance requirements, can be met.
13.3
Detailed information about progression and show cause is set out in the Faculty of Health Sciences Handbook.

14 Time limit

All candidates must complete the requirements for the degree no later than the end of the twelfth semester of candidature.

15 Assessment policy

Assessment will be carried out in accordance with the University of Sydney (Coursework) Rule 2000 (as amended) and the general Resolutions and relating policy of the Faculty of Health Sciences.

16 Transitional provisions

These resolutions apply to students who commenced their candidature after 1 January, 2014 and students who commenced their candidature prior to 1 January, 2014 who elect to proceed under these resolutions. Candidates who commenced prior to 1 January, 2014 may complete the requirements in accordance with the resolutions in force at the time of their commencement, provided that requirements are completed by 1 January, 2017. The Faculty may specify a later date for completion or specify alternative requirements for completion of candidatures that extend beyond this time.