UWA Handbook 2016

Rules

Rules

Student Rules

The Student Rules set out below must be read in conjunction with the University’s policies and procedures.

Part 1—Preliminary

1. Title

These rules are the Undergraduate Degree Course Rules.

2. Terms used

The Glossary provides an explanation of the terms used in these rules.

3. Range of undergraduate enrolments

A student who is an undergraduate must be enrolled in—

(a) an undergraduate pass degree course; or

(b) an honours degree course referred to in Rule 9; or

(c) the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course referred to in Rule 12.

4. Nomination of degree-specific major for undergraduate degree course

A student enrolled in an undergraduate pass degree course or the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course must nominate a degree-specific major for the course in which the student is enrolled.

Part 2—Admission and enrolment

Division 1—General requirements relating to admission and enrolment

5. Applying for admission, re-admission and enrolment

(1) Before first enrolling in a course, a person must have applied for, and been granted, admission to the University.

(2) Before first enrolling in non-award studies, a person must have applied for, and been granted, permission to enrol in those studies.

(3) A person who has been classed as having discontinued their course must apply for, and be granted, re-admission to the University before re-enrolling in a course.

(4) A person must apply for admission or re-admission to the University, or for permission to enrol in non-award studies, by the relevant dates, and in the manner, published by the University.

6. Offer of admission or re-admission

(1) An offer of admission or re-admission to the University is valid only if the offer is made by the Registrar.

(2) An offer of admission or re-admission made to a person may require the person to provide documents, or fulfil other requirements or conditions, as specified in the offer.

(3) The Registrar may withdraw or refuse to confirm an offer of admission or re-admission made to a person and reject the person's enrolment if

(a) the person fails to provide documents or to fulfil enrolment or other requirements or conditions specified in the offer of admission by the required date; or

(b) the offer of admission or re-admission was made as the result of the provision of incomplete or inaccurate information by or on behalf of the person.

7. Enrolment responsibilities and procedures

(1) A person who has been granted permission to enrol in a course of the University or in non-award studies is responsible for enrolling and, where relevant, re-enrolling.

Note: Rule 21(3) deals with a student's failure to re-enrol and the cancellation of their enrolment.

(2) A student must ensure that their enrolment record is accurate and must rectify any identified discrepancies in that record that relate to their enrolment.

(3) To complete a valid enrolment, a person must submit an enrolment

(a) unless (4) applies, by the relevant closing date; and

(b) in the manner, and with the required information and payment of any required fees, as specified by the Registrar.

(4) A person may apply to enrol after the relevant closing date.

(5) A person who is permitted to enrol after the relevant closing date must pay a late fee unless (6) applies.

(6) A person may have the late fee waived by the Registrar because of exceptional circumstances.

(7) A person enrolling in non-award studies only must do so in accordance with their approved enrolment details.

(8) A person enrolling in either a course of the University or non-award studies must sign a declaration acknowledging that they are subject to all laws, relevant to them including the statutes, by-laws, regulations, rules and policies of the University.

Note: The Charter of Student Rights and Responsibilities (UP07/132) includes the following provision:
1.2(d) Every student has the responsibility to make themselves aware of and comply with statutes, regulations, rules and policies of the University which apply to them.

8. Personal information

(1) A student must provide information, including their full name, address for correspondence and other contact details, as required by the University for purposes such as record keeping, compiling statistical information and complying with State or Commonwealth legislation.

(2) A student who changes their name or other relevant personal information after admission to the University must inform the University in writing accordingly.

(3) A student who changes their name must provide the University with original or certified copies of any relevant documents, such as a birth certificate, marriage certificate or other change of name documents.

Note: A student's name recorded by the University at the time results are officially released for the last period of their enrolment is the name used by the University for the purposes of the student's graduation.

Division 2—Enrolment

9. Addition of a unit to an enrolment

(1) This rule applies to a student who is permitted by the rules that apply to their course to add a unit to their enrolment in a teaching period.

(2) If this rule applies to a student, the student may add the unit to their enrolment

(a) no later than the relevant addition date set out in Schedule 1: Dates (changing enrolment); or

(b) after the relevant addition date, if

(i) the student pays the relevant administrative charge set out in Schedule 2: Fees (undergraduate) and Schedule 2: Fees (postgraduate); and

(ii) the student satisfies the relevant faculty or board that exceptional circumstances exist that justify the addition of the unit; and

(iii) the relevant faculty or board agrees to the addition of the unit.

Note: The HES Act census date applies to Commonwealth-supported students in relation to the addition of units.

10. Repeating units

(1) Unless the relevant faculty or board decides that there are sound academic reasons for a student to do so, the student must not enrol in a unit with the same content, or substantially the same content, as the content of a unit that they have previously passed or had credited towards their course.

(2) If a student is permitted to repeat a unit, the unit is credited only once towards their course.

11. Non-award enrolments

Except in the case of—

(a) an enrolment under a student exchange program; or

(b) a cross-institutional enrolment; or

(c) an enrolment involving exceptional circumstances approved by the Registrar and the relevant faculty, a student proposing to enrol in a unit on a non-award basis must apply to University Extension to take the unit on a continuing education or audit basis.

12. Withdrawal from a unit

(1) (2) applies to a student who is permitted by the rules that apply to their course to withdraw from enrolment in a unit.

(2) A student may withdraw from enrolment in the unit

(a) without academic penalty—if the withdrawal is no later than the relevant withdrawal date set out in Schedule 1: Dates (changing enrolment); or

(b) subject to (3), with academic penalty—if the withdrawal is after the relevant withdrawal date set out in Schedule 1: Dates (changing enrolment) and no later than the last day of the teaching period for the unit.

(3) A student may withdraw from enrolment in a unit without academic penalty in the period described in (2)(b) if the student satisfies the relevant faculty or board that there are extreme mitigating circumstances.

(4) Subject to (5), a student cannot withdraw from enrolment in a unit after the last day of the teaching period for the unit.

(5) A student may withdraw from enrolment in a unit after the last day of the teaching period for the unit if the student satisfies the relevant faculty or board that there are extreme mitigating circumstances.

13. Prerequisite units, co-requisite units and incompatible units

When selecting units for a course, a student must comply with any relevant requirement relating to prerequisite units, co-requisite units or incompatible units, unless that requirement has been waived by the relevant faculty or board because of exceptional circumstances.

14. Relationship between majors

When nominating a major for a course, a student must comply with any relevant requirement relating to a prerequisite unit or a complementary unit, a co-requisite major or an incompatible major, unless that requirement has been waived by the relevant faculty or board because of exceptional circumstances.

15. Full-time and part-time enrolments, and overloads

(1) Although the standard annual full-time load for a student is 48 points, a student is considered to be enrolled on a full-time basis if enrolled in units

(a) with a value of at least 18 points in a semester; or

(b) with a value at least equivalent to the value stated in (a), calculated on a proportional basis, for a teaching period that is other than a semester.

(2) If the value of units in which a student is enrolled is less than that described in (1)(a) for a semester or less than that described in (1)(b) for a teaching period other than a semester, the student is enrolled on a part-time basis.

(3) A student must apply to the relevant faculty or board for approval to enrol in units that will result in the standard annual full-time load being exceeded.

16. Concurrent enrolment in two courses

A student must apply to the relevant faculty or board for approval to enrol concurrently in two courses where such enrolment is permitted in terms of University policy.

17. Time limits for completion of courses

A student enrolled in a course must complete the course within the relevant time limit specified by the Academic Board unless the relevant faculty or board has given the student approval to complete the course within a specified extended time limit in recognition of exceptional circumstances.

Division 3—Prior learning and professional experience

18. Recognition of previously completed study or professional experience

(1) A person must apply to the relevant faculty or board if they wish a qualification or unit of study that they have completed at another institution to be recognised as equivalent to a qualification or unit completed at this University.

(2) A person must apply to the relevant faculty or board if they wish relevant professional experience to be recognised as equivalent to a qualification or unit completed at this University.

(3) A person who makes an application under this rule must provide any evidence in support of the application that is required by the relevant faculty or board for a proper consideration of the application.

19. Credit for previously completed study or professional experience

(1) Subject to (2), a student must apply to the relevant faculty or board if they are seeking credit towards a course to be granted on the basis of

(a) a unit of study or other work completed in another course at the University or at another institution, including a course provided by a professional provider, a private educational institution or a similar body;

(b) non-award studies that have been completed; or

(c) relevant professional experience.

(2) The University Policy on credit transfer, advanced standing and recognition of prior learning specifies the maximum amount of credit that may be granted towards each award course.

(3) A person who makes an application under this rule must provide any evidence in support of the application that is required by the relevant faculty or board for a proper consideration of the application.

Division 4—Approved leave, cancellation and termination of enrolment

20. Approved leave

(1) A student must apply to the relevant faculty or board for approval of a period of leave from a course if the student

(a) does not wish to re-enrol in any units in the course in the following teaching period; or

(b) withdraws from each unit in which they are enrolled before achieving any results for that teaching period; and

(c) intends to return to the award course after the period of leave.

(2) To extend a period of approved leave a student must apply to the relevant faculty or board, setting out the reasons why the extension is wanted.

21. Cancellation of enrolment

(1) A student may cancel their enrolment in a course or in non-award studies by notifying the relevant faculty or board that

(a) they are withdrawing from each unit in which they are enrolled; and

(b) they do not intend to return to the course or non-award studies at a later time.

(2) Rule 12 applies to a student who withdraws from one or more units as the result of cancelling their enrolment under (1).

(3) A student who—

(a) does not re-enrol in any teaching period during their course; and

(b) has not successfully applied for approved leave under Rule 20, is taken to have cancelled their enrolment under (1) and is classed as having discontinued their course.

22. Termination of enrolment

(1) A student's admission and/or enrolment may be terminated or re-enrolment may be denied at the discretion of the University in situations where:

(i) the student has engaged in dishonest and/or deceitful behaviour (not already covered under the University Policy on Academic Conduct) during the course of study at the University;

(ii) the student has been excluded from a course at the University on more than one occasion;

(iii) the student has previously been suspended or excluded from a course at another institution;

(iv) there is evidence that the student has made minimal or no academic progress during the enrolled course of study over three academic years and/or would be unable to meet the requirements of the course within the time limit specified for the course; or

(v) the University considers that the student poses a risk to members of the University and/or the wider community.

Part 3—Fees

22. Payment of student contribution amounts and tuition and other fees

(1) A student who is liable to pay a student contribution amount and has not made a successful application to defer that payment must pay the amount by the date for payment specified by the Registrar.

(2) A student who is liable to pay a tuition fee must pay that fee by the date for payment specified by the Registrar.

(3) A student's enrolment in a unit is not valid unless they have paid by the date that the payment is required any

(a) student contribution amount due;

(b) tuition fee due; or

(c) other fee due referred to in these rules, that is payable by the student in relation to the enrolment.

23. Tuition fees

(1) This rule applies to a student who is not liable to pay a student contribution amount in respect of a unit in which the student is enrolled at the University.

(2) A student, other than an international student, who enrols in one or more units in a course must pay the appropriate tuition fee set out in Schedule 2: Fees (undergraduate) and Schedule 2: Fees (postgraduate).

(3) Subject to (4), a visiting student, other than an international student, who enrols in one or more units must pay the appropriate tuition fee set out in Schedule 2: Fees (undergraduate) and Schedule 2: Fees (postgraduate).

(4) Different tuition fees may apply for the purposes of (3) according to the unit or units in which the visiting student enrols.

(5) An international student must pay, for each teaching period, the international student tuition fee specified under the conditions set out in the offer of admission accepted by the student.

24. Amenities and services fee

A student, other than an exempt student, must pay the amenities and services fee by the relevant date specified in Schedule 2: Fees (undergraduate) and Schedule 2: Fees (postgraduate).

25. Other fees and charges

(1) A student who is provided, or is to be provided, with a service for which an approved fee or charge is payable must pay the fee or charge.

(2) If the University specifies a date by which an approved fee or charge is payable, the fee or charge must be paid by that date.

Note: Administrative encumbrances may occur in cases where a student does not pay an approved fee or charge.

26. Forfeiture of student contribution amount or tuition fee on withdrawal from unit

(1) A student who withdraws from enrolment in a unit is liable to forfeit some or all of the student contribution amount or tuition fee paid in respect of the unit according to when the withdrawal takes place.

(2) For the purposes of (1), Schedule 2: Fees (undergraduate) and Schedule 2: Fees (postgraduate) set out details about when the withdrawal from enrolment in a unit results in the forfeiture of some or all of the student contribution amount or tuition fee paid in respect of the unit.

(3) A student who withdraws from enrolment in a unit and is not liable to forfeit all of the student contribution amount or tuition fee paid in respect of the unit is entitled to a refund of the portion of the amount or fee that is not forfeited.

(4) A student

(a) who is liable under this rule to forfeit some or all of a student contribution amount or tuition fee; and

(b) has not yet paid the student contribution amount or tuition fee, must make a payment equal to the forfeited amount or fee.

Note: Penalties may occur in cases where a student does not pay an approved fee or charge.

27. Fee exemption and later payment of fees

(1) A student may apply to the relevant faculty or board to be exempted, either in whole or in part, from the requirement to pay a fee set out in Schedule 2: Fees (undergraduate) and Schedule 2: Fees (postgraduate).

(2) A student may apply to the relevant faculty or board to pay a fee set out in Schedule 2: Fees (undergraduate) and Schedule 2: Fees (postgraduate) at a date later than its due date.

(3) An applicant under (1) or (2) must provide any evidence that the relevant faculty or board requires for a proper consideration of the application.

(4) A student who is permitted to pay a fee at a later date as the result of an application under (2) must pay the fee by that date.

Part 4—Assessment

Division 1—General matters relating to assessment

28. Submission of same work for assessment in more than one unit prohibited

(1) Subject to (2), a student must not submit, and cannot receive academic credit for, a piece of work for assessment that is the same, or substantially the same, as a piece of work for assessment for which the student has received, or will receive, academic credit in another unit.

(2) (1) does not prohibit a student from employing or expanding on data that the student has relied on or will rely on in relation to another piece of work for assessment.

29. Special consideration

(1) A student may apply to the relevant faculty or board for special consideration in relation to assessable work if, in the course of producing the work, the student was adversely affected by

(a) serious illness; or

(b) any other serious matter that could reasonably be expected to have caused the student to perform less well in producing the work than otherwise would have been anticipated.

(2) A student applying for special consideration must do so in accordance with the policy that applies to special consideration and must arrange for the application to be submitted to the relevant faculty or board—

(a) on the appropriate form, with supporting documentary evidence; and

(b) no later than three University working days after the date on which the assessable work was due.

30. Fulfilling unit requirements

A student fulfils the requirements of a unit by

(a) complying with the requirements set out in the unit outline in relation to attending specified classes, lectures, seminars, tutorials, practicals and clinical practice, as appropriate, and sitting examinations; and

(b) completing assignments and other specified work of the unit at a standard acceptable to the relevant faculty or board; and

(c) obtaining a grade of Pass or higher for the unit.

Division 2—Examinations

31. Availability for examinations

(1) A student must take appropriate steps to be informed of the time when, and the place where, an examination is to take place.

(2) Subject to rules 32 and 33, a student must be available to take an examination

(a) at the time and place specified for the examination during the central examination period; and

(b) at any other time or place specified for the examination in the notification of assessment requirements.

32. Alternative examination sittings

(1) A student whose religious beliefs prevent the student from taking an examination at the specified time may apply to the relevant faculty or board to take the examination at another time.

(2) An application under (1) must be made as soon as possible and at least within five University working days after the publication of the final examination timetable.

33. Deferred examinations

(1) A student may apply to take a deferred examination if, for medical or other exceptional reasons, the student—

(a) was substantially hindered in their preparation for an examination (the initial examination); or

(b) was absent from, or unable to complete, the initial examination.

(2) A student applying to take a deferred examination must arrange for the application to be submitted to the relevant faculty or board—

(a) on the appropriate form, with supporting documentary evidence; and

(b) no later than three University working days after the date on which the initial examination was held.

(3) A student must take a deferred examination at the campus where the initial examination was held unless the Registrar after receiving advice from the relevant faculty or board, authorises otherwise on the basis of extreme mitigating circumstances.

Part 5—Academic performance

34. Making satisfactory or unsatisfactory progress in academic performance

A student undertaking a course makes satisfactory progress or unsatisfactory progress in their academic performance in accordance with this Part.

35. Satisfactory or unsatisfactory progress in academic performance

(1) To make satisfactory progress a student must meet the requirements for doing so provided for in the rules that apply to their course.

(2) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

(3) Subject to (4), a student who does not make satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'On Probation', 'Suspended' or 'Excluded'.

(4) The assignment of a status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' takes effect—

(a) on the expiry of the period for submitting a statement under Rule 36(2) if the student has not submitted a statement; or

(b) if after a student's statement is considered by the relevant faculty or board the student is not assigned a status of 'On Probation'.

36. Suspended or excluded students may submit explanation (show cause)

(1) A student who has been assigned the status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' under Rule 35 may submit to the relevant faculty or board a statement of the reasons for their failure to make satisfactory progress and of the steps they have taken or are taking to address them.

(2) The statement must be submitted within 20 University working days after the formal release of the results in respect of which the student has been assigned the status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded'.

(3) The statement must be accompanied by any available supporting documentary evidence.

(4) If the relevant faculty or board permits a student who has submitted a statement under (1) to re-enrol, the student is assigned the status of 'On Probation'.

37. Conditions of probationary enrolment

(1) If a student is assigned the status of 'On Probation', the period of probation is 12 months.

(2) A student who is assigned the status of 'On Probation' must—

(a) consult their student adviser about their enrolment; and

(b) if their student adviser specifies an enrolment, submit the enrolment as specified.

(3) If a student who has been assigned the status of 'On Probation' cancels their enrolment in a course and is later re-admitted to the University and proposes to re-enrol in that course, the student—

(a) may be assigned the status of 'On Probation' for the balance of the period of 12 months that remained at the time of cancellation; and

(b) may be required to submit an enrolment specified by their student adviser.

38. Consequences of suspension

(1) A student who is assigned the status of 'Suspended' under Rule 35—

(a) is suspended from their course for the period of 12 months; and

(b) cannot enrol in that course during that period.

(2) A student who, after the period of suspension, re-enrols in one or more units forming part of the course from which they were suspended is assigned the status of 'On Probation' for the period of 12 months.

39. Consequences of exclusion

A student who is assigned the status of 'Excluded' under Rule 35 is excluded from their course indefinitely, unless permitted to re-enrol in accordance with Rule 40.

40. Enrolment following exclusion

(1) A student who is assigned the status of 'Excluded' in respect of their course under Rule 35 may re-enrol in one or more units forming part of that course if—

(a) the student successfully appeals under Part 6 against the assignment of the status of 'Excluded'; or

(b) having been assigned that status for a period of at least 12 months, the student applies and is permitted to re-enrol by the relevant faculty or board.

(2) A student who is permitted to re-enrol in accordance with (1)(b) is assigned the status of 'On Probation' for the period of 12 months.

(3) A student must apply to re-enrol in the relevant teaching period.

41. Academic misconduct

(1) A student must not act in a manner that constitutes academic misconduct.

(2) A student who acts in a manner that constitutes academic misconduct is liable to one or more penalties.

Note: This rule should be read in conjunction with information on academic conduct, including the University Policy on: Academic Conduct: Ethical Scholarship, Academic Literacy and Academic Misconduct. Further Information is also available from academic conduct.

42. Eligibility to graduate from course

(1) To be eligible to graduate from a course, a student must have—

(a) fulfilled the relevant course requirements specified in the rules that apply to that course; and

(b) complied with all statutes, by-laws, regulations and rules of the University.

(2) A student who considers that they are eligible to graduate from a course must apply to the relevant faculty or board to do so.

(3) If a student who is eligible to graduate from a course has not applied under (2) within the period of two years after first becoming eligible to make an application under that provision, the student may be taken to have applied to graduate under (2).

Part 6—Appeals

43. Appeals against academic assessments

A student may appeal against an academic assessment in accordance with the Appeals Process in the Case where there is Dissatisfaction with an Assessment Result, Outcome of an Application for Special Consideration and/or Progress Status if they believe it does not fairly represent the academic worth of the work submitted relative to established standards and to the assessment of the work of other students.

Note: Students are encouraged to seek informal explanations of assessments as soon as possible from the unit coordinator or in the absence of the unit coordinator from the head of school.

44. Appeals to the relevant faculty or board

A student may appeal against a progress status assigned under Rule 35 in accordance with the Appeals Process in the Case where there is Dissatisfaction with an Assessment Result, Outcome of an Application for Special Consideration and/or Progress Status if they believe that it has not been fairly arrived at by the application of the relevant rules to their final results.

45. Status pending outcome of review or appeal

A student may be permitted by the relevant faculty or board to attend classes or take examinations pending the outcome of an appeal under this Part.

Part 7—Miscellaneous

46. Complying with another institution's or an organisation's regulations and rules

A student who, as part of their course, undertakes a period of study or practical work at another institution or an organisation must comply with the regulations, rules and other requirements of that institution or organisation as they apply to that period of study or practical work.

Undergraduate Degree Course Rules

Part 2—Undergraduate pass degree courses

5. Undergraduate pass degree courses

(1) An undergraduate pass degree course consists of 24 units.

(2) The units must include a degree-specific major in the form of either a single major or a double major.

(3) A single major consists of eight units from the same disciplinary field with, normally—

(a) two Level 1 units; and

(b) two Level 2 units; and

(c) four Level 3 units.

(4) A double major consists of 14 units with, normally—

(a) two Level 1 units that are acceptable to each major; and

(b) four Level 2 units; and

(c) eight Level 3 units.

(5) An undergraduate pass degree course must include—

(a) no more than 12 Level 1 units; and

(b) at least 12 Level 2 or Level 3 units, including at least four Level 3 units; and

(c) four broadening units, at least one of which must be a Category A broadening unit.

(6) A unit that is a complementary unit in relation to a student's degree-specific major must be included in the student's undergraduate pass degree course.

6. Academic Conduct Essentials, Communication and Research Skills and Indigenous Studies Essential modules

(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in an undergraduate pass degree course of the University for the first time, irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake modules called Academic Conduct Essentials (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module, the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

7. Satisfactory progress

(1) To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) in one or more of the ACE module, the CARS module or the ISE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

(3) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the relevant board approves otherwise.

8. Progress status

(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

(2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances—

(a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 7(1) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

(b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 7(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

(c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 7(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded';

(d) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 7(2) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 7(1).

Part 3—Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Science honours degree courses

9. Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Science honours degree courses

(1) The honours degree course consists of the equivalent of eight units.

(2) The honours degree course includes a research dissertation that is normally—

(a) equivalent to four units; and

(b) required to be completed, whether on a full-time or part-time basis, within two consecutive semesters.

(3) Except as stated in (4), a student who enrols in the honours degree course for the first time, irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake modules called Academic Conduct Essentials (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

(4) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module, the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

10. Satisfactory progress

(1) To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass all units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) For the dissertation component of the honours degree course the relevant board determines whether satisfactory progress has been made having regard to the report of the student's supervisor.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) in one or more of the ACE module, the CARS module or the ISE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

11. Progress status

(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

(2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances,

(a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 10(1) or (2) is assigned the progress status of 'Excluded';

(b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 10(3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 10(1) or (2).

Part 4—Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course

12. Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course

(1) The Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course consists of 32 units.

(2) The units must include—

(a) no more than 12 Level 1 units; and

(b) at least 12 Level 2 or above units, including at least four Level 3 units; and

(c) four broadening units including at least one Category A broadening unit; and

(d) the equivalent of eight Level 4 units; and

(e) a degree-specific major in the form of either a single major or a double major; and

(f) a research dissertation component equivalent to four Level 4 units.

(3) A single major consists of eight units from the same disciplinary field with, normally—

(a) two Level 1 units; and

(b) two Level 2 units; and

(c) four Level 3 units.

(4) A double major consists of 14 units with, normally—

(a) two Level 1 units that are acceptable to each major; and

(b) four Level 2 units; and

(c) eight Level 3 units.

(5) At least one of the units in the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course must normally involve the study of a language other than English.

(6) A unit that is a complementary unit in relation to a student's degree-specific major must be included in the student's degree course.

(7) Students are normally required to undertake a residential program approved by the Academic Board before the Level 1 units are completed.

(8) A semester of study outside of Australia (that may include a research placement) must normally be undertaken after the Level 1 units are completed and before the Level 3 units are completed.

13. Academic Conduct Essentials, Communication and Research Skills and Indigenous Studies Essential modules

(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course for the first time, irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake modules called Academic Conduct Essentials (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module, the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

14. Satisfactory progress

(1) To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass all units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty and maintain a course weighted average mark of at least 75.

(2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) in one or more of the ACE module, the CARS module or the ISE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

15. Progress status

(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

(2) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 14(2) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation'.

(3) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances or (2) or (4) applies, a student who does not make satisfactory progress is assigned the progress status of 'Excluded'.

(4) A student who has a weighted average mark below 75 in their first academic year but who, in the opinion of the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) Selection Group of the Curriculum Committee, has a reasonable prospect of attaining a cumulative weighted average mark of 75 by the time their progress is next assessed, is assigned the progress status of ‘On Probation’ and appropriate conditions are applied to allow close monitoring of the student’s progress in the next period with a view to course transfer if appropriate.

(5) To be awarded the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) a student must achieve an Honours classification of 2A or above.

(6) A student who is awarded an Honours classification below 2A is awarded the degree to which their degree-specific major belongs with the relevant classification of Honours.

Advanced Diploma Rules

Advanced Diploma in Medical and Aboriginal Health Sciences (DA001)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply to students in this course.

(2) The policies and procedures in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

1.A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

Admission

2. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must—

(a) be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and aged 20 years or older on 1 March in the year of entry to the course;

and

(b) have—

(i) formal prior educational achievement in primary health care at Australian Qualifications Framework Level 4 or above, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; and

(ii) at least two years' work experience in a health field, or equivalent, at a level approved by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health; and

(iii) successfully completed a written assessment and interview conducted by the Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health.

Course structure

3. The course consists of units to a total value of 72 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table a (Advanced Diploma in Medical and Aboriginal Health Sciences core units)—48 points

and

(b) 24 points of prior learning as recognised by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health.

Satisfactory progress

4.(1) To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

Progress status

5.(1) Unless the Faculty determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances.

(a) a student who fails to make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 4(1) is assigned the progress status of 'Suspended' by the Faculty;

(b) a student who fails to make satisfactory progress for a second time under Rule 4(1) is assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' by the Faculty;

(c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 4(2) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 4(1).

Table a—Advanced Diploma in Medical and Aboriginal Health Sciences core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1AHEA1103Introduction to Human Biological Sciences I
S1AHEA1104Introduction to Human Biological Sciences II
S2AHEA2203Advanced Human Biological Sciences I
S2AHEA2204Advanced Human Biological Sciences II
S1AHEA1101Aboriginal Health
S2AHEA2202Aboriginal Health Context and Application
S1AHEA1102Communication and Research Methods
S2AHEA2205Human Sciences Research Project

Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies (DA002)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply to students in this course.

(2) The policies and procedures in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

1.A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

Admission

2.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must—

(a) be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and aged 20 years or older on 1 March in the year of entry to the course;

and

(b) have an appropriate educational background and/or work experience as determined by the Selection Committee described in Rule 3, namely:

(i) formal prior educational achievement at Australian Qualifications Framework Level 4 or above, or equivalent as recognised by the Selection Committee; or

(ii) at least two years' work experience at a level recognised by the Selection Committee.

(2) Applicants who meet the criteria in (1) are also required to undertake a written assessment and interview conducted by the School of Indigenous Studies.

Selection committee

3. The selection committee for the course comprises—

(a) the Dean of the School of Indigenous Studies, or a nominee who is an academic staff member of the School of Indigenous Studies; and

(b) the Dean of the Faculty of Law, or a nominee who is an academic staff member of the Faculty of Law; and

(c) the Law Coordinator of the School of Indigenous Studies.

Course structure

4. The course consists of units to a total value of 72 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table a (Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies core units)—30 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table b (Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies options)—6 points

and

(c) one unit from Group B in Table b (Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies options)—6 points

and

(d) one unit from Group C in Table b (Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies options)—6 points

and

(e) one unit from Group D in Table b (Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies Options)—6 points

and

(f) one unit from Group E in Table b (Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies options)—6 points

and

(g) 12 points of prior learning as recognised by the Faculty of Law and the School of Indigenous Studies on the recommendation of the Selection Committee.

Satisfactory progress

5.(1) To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

Progress status

6.(1) Unless the Faculty determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances,

(a) a student who fails to make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 5(1) is assigned the progress status of 'Suspended' by the Faculty;

(b) a student who fails to make satisfactory progress for a second time under Rule 5(1) is assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' by the Faculty;

(c) a student who fails to make satisfactory progress under Rule 5(2) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation' by the Faculty unless they have been assigned the progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 5(1).

Progression to Juris Doctor

7.(1) Subject to (2), a student who completes the Advanced Diploma with a grade point average (GPA) of 5.5 or higher is eligible to enrol in the course for the Juris Doctor.

(2) In exceptional circumstances, a student who obtains a GPA of less than 5.5 may be eligible to enrol in the course for the Juris Doctor at the discretion of the Faculty of Law.

Table a—Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1INDG1120Legal Studies Professional Practicum 1 (12 points)
S2LAWS2120Legal Studies Professional Practicum 2 (12 points)
S2INDG2200Advanced Indigenous Legal Studies

Table b—Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1 LAWS1120 Australian Legal Principles and Institutions
S2 LAWS1104 Introduction to Law

Group B

S2 INDG1150 Aboriginal Encounters: Strangers in our Backyard
  INDG1140 Knowing Country: The Dreaming and Darwin

Group C

S1 LAWS1110 Crime and Society
S2 LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change

Group D

N/A LAWS2221 Creative Expression and the Law
S2 LAWS2223 Criminal Justice System
S1 LAWS2224 Evolution of Human Rights
S2 LAWS2225 Indigenous Peoples and the Law
S2 LAWS2226 International Legal Institutions
S1 LAWS2227 Law in Action
S1 LAWS2201 Legal Framework of Business

Group E

S1 INDG2300 Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit
  INDG2400 Looking South: Noongar Voices
S2 INDG2500 Looking North: The Wild West
 

Diploma Rules

Part 1—Preliminary

1. Title

These rules are the Diploma Rules.

2. Terms used

In these rules—

course means a plan of study, approved by the Academic Board, that a student must successfully undertake before qualifying for a diploma;

diploma means an award that results from the completion of a single major comprising units at Levels 1, 2 and 3 as distinct from a graduate diploma which consists of units above Level 3;

normally, in relation to a statement made in these rules, means the statement applies subject to one or more exceptions approved by the Academic Board;

undergraduate degree course means an undergraduate pass degree course or the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) degree course;

unit means a discrete element in a course that normally represents six credit points;

the University means The University of Western Australia.

Part 2—Admission

3. Admission

To be considered for admission to a diploma course a person must have a bachelor's degree of the University, or equivalent as recognised by the relevant board.

4. Course requirements

(1) Subject to (2), a diploma course normally consists of eight units comprising a single major offered in an undergraduate degree course of the University, excluding any complementary units.

(2) Students are permitted to include additional units to satisfy prerequisites and/or co-requisites.

(3) A single major consists of eight units from the same disciplinary field.

(4) The eight units of a single major are made up of—

(a) in most cases:

(i) two Level 1 units; and

(ii) two Level 2 units; and

(iii) four Level 3 units;

or

(b) in exceptional cases:

(i) two Level 1 units; and

(ii) three Level 2 units; and

(iii) three Level 3 units;

5. Credit

Credit is not granted towards the course on the basis of units successfully undertaken as part of a previously completed award.

6. Academic Conduct Essentials modules

(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in a course of the University for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

7. Satisfactory progress

(1) Subject to (2), to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) in the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

(3) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the relevant board approves otherwise.

8. Progress status

(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

(2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise in recognition of exceptional circumstances

(a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 7(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

(b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 7(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded';

(c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 7(2) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 7(1).

2. Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts Rules

Note: For the convenience of students and staff, the course code is recorded against the title of each course. This information, however, does not form part of the rules.

Rules approved up to May 2014.

Definitions

Unless the context suggests otherwise—

a core unit means a unit which is a compulsory unit in a course;

an option means a unit chosen from among a range of given options;

an elective means a unit which a student may choose freely from among the units available in the University, subject to the rules of the unit concerned and to any Faculty rule that governs the number of points that must or may be counted towards the degree from units of a particular level;

the level of a unit indicates the amount of prior knowledge or maturity of learning required to study it successfully;

the Faculty includes a body or person to whom the Faculty has delegated responsibility for a function covered by the rule concerned;

a Design unit means a unit to the value of 12 points undertaken in a studio-based environment resulting in the production of a portfolio of design work in the disciplines of Architecture, Landscape Architecture or Fine Arts.

Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts Rules for undergraduate courses

2.1 Rescinded

2.2 Bachelor's degrees

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

2.2.1 General provisions for bachelor's degrees

Prerequisites

2.2.1.1(1) Prerequisites for units are set out under ‘Unit details’.

(2) Unless the Faculty approves otherwise, students are not permitted to enrol in units unless they have completed the necessary prerequisite unit(s) within the previous seven years.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

2.2.1.1A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in a course of the University for the first time, irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake a module called Academic Conduct Essentials (the ACE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for the course.

(4) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet the other requirements for satisfactory progress set out in the rules for the course.

Satisfactory progress

2.2.1.2(1) Subject to (2) and (3) to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) Students who remain enrolled in a Design unit after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty in two or more teaching periods in a calendar year must pass at least one of those Design units.

(3) Students who fail the same Design unit twice will not have made satisfactory progress.

[(2) and (3) are approved additions to University Policy]

Progress status

2.2.1.3 Unless the Board of Examiners determines otherwise in light of exceptional circumstances—

(a) when a student fails to make satisfactory progress for the first time, a progress status of ‘Suspended’ is assigned;

(b) when a student fails to make satisfactory progress for the second time, a progress status of ‘Excluded’ is assigned.

Restriction on enrolment

2.2.1.4 A student must not enrol in more than one Design unit or more than one Art: Studio Investigations unit or more than one Art: Advanced Studio unit in each semester.

2.2.2 Bachelor of Environmental Design pass degree (25120)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students. Re-enrolling students should contact the ALVA Student Office via askUWA for a revised study plan in line with the University Policy on: Courses: Transition Arrangements (Undergraduate).

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

2.2.2.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Course structure

2.2.2.2 The course consists of units to a total value of 144 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 2.2.2a (Bachelor of Environmental Design pass degree core units)—90 points

and

(b) two units from Group A and two units from Group B in Table 2.2.2b (Bachelor of Environmental Design pass degree options)—48 points

and

(c) one unit from Group C in Table 2.2.2b (Bachelor of Environmental Design pass degree options)—6 points.

Prerequisites

2.2.2.3(1) A student—

(a) must complete all the core units of a level before being permitted to enrol in any Design units of a higher level; and

(b) must not take any Level 3 unit without having successfully completed all Level 1 requirements.

(2) In exceptional circumstances, the Faculty may waive the requirements of (1)(a) and (b).

Time limit

2.2.2.4(1) Unless the Faculty approves an extension, the time limit is six years from the beginning of the semester in which the first unit is credited towards the course.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

(2) Where a student is permitted to credit a unit or units from a completed degree course, the credit dates from the year of first enrolment in the course for the degree of Bachelor of Environmental Design.

(3) Where a student is permitted to credit a unit or units from an incomplete degree course, the credit dates from the year in which the unit or units were passed.

Table 2.2.2a—Bachelor of Environmental Design pass degree core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Level 1

ARCT1100 Environmental Design 1a (12 points) 1
ARCT1101 Environmental Design 1b (12 points) 1
ARCT1120 Art and Architectural History 1
ARCT1130 Introduction to the Constructed Environment 1
ARCT1141 Digital Design 1 1
VISA1102 Art: Idealism to the Everyday 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Level 2

ARCT2210 Architecture: Modern History 1
ARCT2220 Architecture: Australian Studies 1
ARCT2230 Architectural Technology 2 1
ARCT2241 Digital Design 2 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Level 3

ARCT3310 History and Theories of the Built Environment 1
ARCT3330 Architectural Technology 3 1
ARCT3350 Environmental Architecture 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table 2.2.2b—Bachelor of Environmental Design pass degree options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

ARCT2201 Architectural Design 2b (12 points) 1
ARCT2203 Architectural Design 2a—Sustainability (12 points) 1
ARCT2205 Architectural Design 2c—Sustainability (12 points) 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Group B

N/A ARCT3301 Architectural Design 3b (12 points)
N/A ARCT3303 Architectural Design 3a—Project Implementation (12 points)
ARCT3305 Architectural Design 3c—Project Implementation (12 points) 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Group C

ARCT3320 Architecture: Special Elective Studies 1
ARCT3391 Sharing Space 1
S1 HART2207 Art of the Counter-Reformation
N/A HART2234 Film Noir to the New Wave
N/A HART2243 Imagist Avant-Garde Film
N/A HART2266 Aboriginal Contemporary Art
S1 HART3310 Art and Games: from Dada to Data
S2 HART3330 Art Theory
N/A HART3340 Materialist Avant-Garde Film
N/A HART3375 Twenty-first-century Art
LACH2220 Landscape in Australia 1
LACH3320 Landscape Theory: Culture of Nature 1
VISA2203 Art in Australia 1
VISA2204 Art and Ecology in Digital Culture 1
VISA2211 The Big Picture: Recurring Themes in Western Art and Architecture 1
N/A VISA2213 Art: Special Studies
S2 VISA2214 Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science
VISA2216 Art, Place and Identity 1
VISA2227 Feminist Interventions in Art 1
VISA2228 Feminist Theory and Practice 1
N/A VISA2232 Art of Drawing 2
N/A VISA2237 Nineteenth-century British Art
VISA2241 History of Industrial Design 1
N/A VISA2244 Art of Sculpture
VISA2245 Transcultural Desires 1
N/A VISA2246 Video Art
N/A VISA2248 American Visual Culture
N/A VISA2249 Art and Life Manipulation
VISA2250 The Body in Art 1
N/A VISA2251 Art in the Environment
VISA2252 Art, Alchemy and Shamanism 1
VISA2267 Perth Visual Culture: Internationalism and Modernisation 1870–1930 1
N/A VISA2268 Surrealism
VISA2269 Studies in the Renaissance: Italian Art History and Theory of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries 1
VISA3320 Art of the Reformation 1
VISA3360 Painting into Film: the Reversed Canvas from Velazquez to Antonioni 1
VISA3370 Art and Pop 1
VISA3385 Cubism and its Diasporas 1
VISA3390 The Grand Tour: Visual and Verbal Contrasts from the Age of Enlightenment to the Era of Mass Tourism 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

2.2.3 Rescinded

2.2.4 Rescinded

2.2.5 Bachelor of Fine Arts pass degree (25150)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students. Re-enrolling students should contact the ALVA Student Office via askUWA for a revised study plan in line with the University Policy on: Courses: Transition Arrangements (Undergraduate).

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

2.2.5.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Course structure

2.2.5.2 The course consists of units to a total value of 144 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 2.2.5a (Bachelor of Fine Arts pass degree core units)—96 points

and

(b) units to a total value of 48 points chosen from Level 2 or 3 in Table 2.2.5b (Bachelor of Fine Arts pass degree options).

Prerequisites

2.2.5.3 Unless the Faculty permits otherwise in light of exceptional circumstances, a student must complete—

(a) all Level 1 requirements before being permitted to enrol in any Level 2 Art: Studio Investigations unit; and

(b) Level 2 units to a minimum of 12 points from Table 2.2.5b (Bachelor of Fine Arts pass degree options) before being permitted to enrol in any Level 3 Art: Advanced Studio units.

Time limit

2.2.5.4(1) Unless the Faculty approves an extension, the time limit is six years from the beginning of the semester in which the first unit is credited towards the course.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

(2) Where a student is permitted to credit a unit or units from a completed degree course, the credit dates from the year of first enrolment in the course for the degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts.

(3) Where a student is permitted to credit a unit or units from an incomplete degree course, the credit dates from the year in which the unit or units concerned were passed.

Table 2.2.5a—Bachelor of Fine Arts pass degree core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

VISA1102 Art: Idealism to the Everyday 1
VISA1105 Art in the Age of Modernism 1
VISA1106 Art in Postmodern Visual Culture 1
VISA1107 Art of Drawing 1 1
VISA1151 Art: Studio Introduction 1 1
VISA1152 Art: Studio Introduction 2 1
VISA1161 Art: Film Introduction 1 1
VISA1162 Art: Film Introduction 2 1
VISA2253 Art: Studio Investigations 1 1 (12 points)
VISA2254 Art: Studio Investigations 2 1 (12 points)
N/A VISA3355 Art: Advanced Studio 1 (12 points)
N/A VISA3356 Art: Advanced Studio 2 (12 points)

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table 2.2.5b—Bachelor of Fine Arts pass degree options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Level 2

ARCT2210 Architecture: Modern History 1
ARCT2220 Architecture: Australian Studies 1
ARCT3310 History and Theories of the Built Environment 1
S1 HART2207 Art of the Counter-Reformation
N/A HART2234 Film Noir to the New Wave
N/A HART2243 Imagist Avant-Garde Film
N/A HART2266 Aboriginal Contemporary Art
LACH2220 Landscape in Australia 1
LACH3320 Landscape Theory: Culture of Nature 1
VISA2203 Art in Australia 1
VISA2204 Art and Ecology in Digital Culture 1
VISA2211 The Big Picture: Recurring Themes in Western Art and Architecture 1
N/A VISA2213 Art: Special Studies
S2 VISA2214 Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science
VISA2216 Art, Place and Identity 1
VISA2227 Feminist Interventions in Art 1
VISA2228 Feminist Theory and Practice 1
N/A VISA2232 Art of Drawing 2
N/A VISA2237 Nineteenth-century British Art
VISA2241 History of Industrial Design 1
N/A VISA2244 Art of Sculpture
VISA2245 Transcultural Desires 1
N/A VISA2246 Video Art
N/A VISA2248 American Visual Culture
N/A VISA2249 Art and Life Manipulation
VISA2250 The Body in Art 1
N/A VISA2251 Art in the Environment
VISA2252 Art, Alchemy and Shamanism 1
VISA2267 Perth Visual Culture: Internationalism and Modernisation 1870–1930 1
N/A VISA2268 Surrealism
VISA2269 Studies in the Renaissance: Italian Art History and Theory of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Level 3

S1 HART3310 Art and Games: from Dada to Data
S2 HART3330 Art Theory
N/A HART3340 Materialist Avant-Garde Film
N/A HART3375 Twenty-first-century Art
VISA3320 Art of the Reformation 1
VISA3360 Painting into Film: the Reversed Canvas from Velazquez to Antonioni 1
VISA3370 Art and Pop 1
VISA3385 Cubism and its Diasporas 1
VISA3390 The Grand Tour: Visual and Verbal Contrasts from the Age of Enlightenment to the Era of Mass Tourism 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

2.2.6 Bachelor of Fine Arts honours degree (2515H)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students. Re-enrolling students should contact the ALVA Student Office via askUWA for a revised study plan in line with the University Policy on: Courses: Transition Arrangements (Undergraduate).

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

2.2.6.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Admission

2.2.6.2 To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have the Bachelor of Fine Arts pass degree of this University with an average of at least 65 per cent over the Level 2 and 3 units to the value of 72 points in which the student has gained their highest marks, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty.

Course structure

2.2.6.3 The course consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising all units in Table 2.2.6a (Bachelor of Fine Arts honours degree core units).

Submission date

2.2.6.4 Unless the Faculty permits otherwise, VISA7480 Honours Project 2 must be submitted by the last day of the last teaching week of the semester in which it is to be completed.

Examination of dissertation and exhibition

2.2.6.5 The Faculty must appoint two examiners for each dissertation and two examiners for each exhibition, who provide written reports.

Table 2.2.6a—Bachelor of Fine Arts honours degree core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2VISA7479Honours Project 1 (12 points)
S1, S2VISA7480Honours Project 2 (18 points)
N/AVISA7481Honours Seminar 1
N/AVISA7482Honours Seminar 2
S1, S2VISA7483Honours Seminar 3

2.2.7 Bachelor of Landscape Architecture pass and honours degree (25140)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students. Re-enrolling students should contact the ALVA Student Office via askUWA for a revised study plan in line with the University Policy on: Courses: Transition Arrangements (Undergraduate).

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

2.2.7.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Pass degree

Course structure

2.2.7.2 The course consists of units to a total value of 192 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 2.2.7a (Bachelor of Landscape Architecture pass degree core units)—180 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 2.2.7b (Bachelor of Landscape Architecture pass degree options)—6 points

and

(c) one unit from Group B in Table 2.2.7b (Bachelor of Landscape Architecture pass degree options)—6 points

and

(d) professional work experience as set out in Rule 2.2.7.4.

Prerequisites

2.2.7.3 Unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional circumstances, a student—

(a) must complete all requirements of a level before being permitted to enrol in any Design units of a higher level;

(b) must not take any Level 3 unit of the course without having successfully completed all Level 1 requirements;

(c) must not take any Level 4 unit of the course without having successfully completed all Level 2 requirements.

Professional work experience

2.2.7.4(1) Before qualifying for the degree, a student must have completed at least 16 weeks of full-time, or the equivalent part-time, professional work experience considered appropriate by the Faculty.

(2) Of the period of professional work experience required, students must complete at least four weeks full-time, or the part-time equivalent, prior to commencing the final 48 points of study in the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture.

(3) Of the period of professional work experience required, students must complete at least eight weeks full-time, or the part-time equivalent, under the supervision of a registered landscape architect.

(4) Any professional work experience gained must be for a minimum period of four consecutive weeks with one employer.

(5) Students must make their own arrangements for professional work experience with advice from the Associate Dean.

(6) Students must provide proof of their professional work experience in accordance with the guidelines available from the Faculty.

(7) The Faculty may waive or vary the requirement for professional work experience if it is satisfied that the conditions of (1) to (6) cannot be met.

Time limit

2.2.7.5(1) Unless the Faculty approves an extension, the time limit is eight years from the beginning of the semester in which the first unit is credited towards the degree.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

(2) Where a student is permitted to credit a unit or units from a completed degree course, the credit dates from the year of first enrolment in the course for the degree of Bachelor of Landscape Architecture.

(3) Where a student is permitted to credit a unit or units from an incomplete degree course, the credit dates from the year in which the unit or units concerned were passed.

Honours degree

Admission

2.2.7.6(1) The admission requirements are—

(a) completion of the Level 1, 2 and 3 requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from this University with an average weighted mark of at least 65 per cent;

and

(b)(i) for students who intend to pursue the Landscape Honours Dissertation option, a mark of at least 70 per cent in LACH3320 Landscape Theory: Culture of Nature and completion of LACH4420 Research in Landscape Architecture at a sufficiently high level; or

(ii) for students who intend to pursue the Landscape Honours Studio option, a mark of at least 70 per cent in each of LACH3301 Landscape Urban Studio and LACH3302 Landscape Garden Studio and completion of LACH4420 Research in Landscape Architecture at a sufficiently high level;

and

(c) for students who intend to pursue the Landscape Honours Studio option, completion of LACH4401 Landscape Detail Studio at a sufficiently high level.

(2) A student who has obtained a fail grade for any Level 3 or 4 unit will not be considered for the award of honours.

(3) In exceptional circumstances, the Faculty may permit a student who does not meet the requirements set out in (1) and (2) to study for the degree with honours.

Course structure

2.2.7.7(1) The course consists of the course for the pass degree as set out in Rule 2.2.7.2 but including either—

(a) LACH4402 Landscape Honours Studio instead of LACH4403 Landscape Design Studio;

or

(b) LACH7721 Landscape Honours Dissertation instead of the unit required under Rule 2.2.7.2(c).

(2) Students are permitted to complete both LACH4402 Landscape Honours Studio and LACH7721 Landscape Honours Dissertation as part of their honours course if they have satisfied the appropriate admission requirements for those units.

Grade of honours

2.2.7.8 The grade of honours to be awarded is determined on the basis of a student’s performance in the course in accordance with the Faculty’s honours policy.

Submission dates

2.2.7.9(1) Unless the Faculty permits otherwise, the dissertation required for LACH7721 Landscape Honours Dissertation must be submitted no later than two weeks prior to the last day of the last teaching week of the semester in which it is to be completed.

(2) Unless the Faculty permits otherwise, the work for LACH4402 Landscape Honours Studio must be submitted no later than the last teaching day of the semester in which it is to be completed.

Examination of dissertation

2.2.7.10 The Faculty must appoint two examiners for each dissertation, who provide written reports.

Table 2.2.7a—Bachelor of Landscape Architecture pass degree core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Level 1

ARCT1100 Environmental Design 1a (12 points) 1
ARCT1120 Art and Architectural History 1
ARCT1130 Introduction to the Constructed Environment 1
ARCT1141 Digital Design 1 1
LACH1101 Landscape Bioregional Studio (12 points) 1
VISA1102 Art: Idealism to the Everyday 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Level 2

LACH2201 Landscape Rural Studio (12 points) 1
LACH2202 Landscape Suburban Studio (12 points) 1
LACH2220 Landscape in Australia 1
LACH2230 Landscape Technology 2 1
LACH2240 Landscape Ecology 1
LACH2250 Landscape Computing 2 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Level 3

LACH3301 Landscape Urban Studio 1 (12 points)
LACH3302 Landscape Garden Studio 1 (12 points)
LACH3320 Landscape Theory: Culture of Nature 1
N/A LACH3330 Landscape Technology 3
PLNT3331 Plants in Managed Landscapes 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Level 4

N/A LACH4401 Landscape Detail Studio (12 points)
N/A LACH4403 Landscape Design Studio (12 points)
N/A LACH4414 Landscape Professional Documents
N/A LACH4420 Research in Landscape Architecture
N/A LACH4460 Landscape Practice

Table 2.2.7b—Bachelor of Landscape Architecture pass degree options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

ARCT2210 Architecture: Modern History 1
ARCT2220 Architecture: Australian Studies 1
ARCT3310 History and Theories of the Built Environment 1
ARCT3320 Architecture: Special Elective Studies 1
ARCT3391 Sharing Space 1
S1 HART2207 Art of the Counter-Reformation
N/A HART2234 Film Noir to the New Wave
N/A HART2243 Imagist Avant-Garde Film
N/A HART2266 Aboriginal Contemporary Art
S1 HART3310 Art and Games: from Dada to Data
S2 HART3330 Art Theory
N/A HART3340 Materialist Avant-Garde Film
N/A HART3375 Twenty-first-century Art
VISA2203 Art in Australia 1
VISA2204 Art and Ecology in Digital Culture 1
VISA2211 The Big Picture: Recurring Themes in Western Art and Architecture 1
N/A VISA2213 Art: Special Studies
S2 VISA2214 Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science
VISA2216 Art, Place and Identity 1
VISA2227 Feminist Interventions in Art 1
VISA2228 Feminist Theory and Practice 1
N/A VISA2232 Art of Drawing 2
N/A VISA2237 Nineteenth-century British Art
VISA2241 History of Industrial Design 1
N/A VISA2244 Art of Sculpture
VISA2245 Transcultural Desires 1
N/A VISA2246 Video Art
N/A VISA2248 American Visual Culture
N/A VISA2249 Art and Life Manipulation
VISA2250 The Body in Art 1
N/A VISA2251 Art in the Environment
VISA2252 Art, Alchemy and Shamanism 1
VISA2267 Perth Visual Culture: Internationalism and Modernisation 1870–1930 1
N/A VISA2268 Surrealism
VISA2269 Studies in the Renaissance: Italian Art History and Theory of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries 1
VISA3320 Art of the Reformation 1
VISA3360 Painting into Film: the Reversed Canvas from Velazquez to Antonioni 1
VISA3370 Art and Pop 1
VISA3385 Cubism and its Diasporas 1
VISA3390 The Grand Tour: Visual and Verbal Contrasts from the Age of Enlightenment to the Era of Mass Tourism 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Group B

NS ARCT5503 Built Work: Architecture in Construction
S1 ARCT5511 Utopia/Disaster and Imagining the City
S2 ARCT5514 Practical and Theoretical Problems in Global Design Practice (B): History/Theory Stream
N/A ARCT5515 High Density: the Urban Model
S2 ARCT5516 Daguerre to Digital
S1 ARCT5580 Key Texts—Virtual
S2 ARCT5581 Key Texts
ARCT5582 Non-Western Architecture 1
S1 ARCT5583 Introduction to Architectural Conservation
N/A ARCT5584 Publications
N/A ARCT5585 City as Site
S1 ARCT5586 Australian Architecture in a global setting
N/A ARCT5587 Urban Design
N/A ARCT5588 Westralian Architecture
S2 ARCT5589 Architecture of Furniture
S1, S2 ARCT5590 Architectural Studies

1 This unit is no longer available.

2.3 Undergraduate diplomas

Currently there are no undergraduate diplomas offered by the Faculty.

Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts Rules for postgraduate courses

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

Master of Urban Design (by coursework) (25510)*

Note: (1) This course is only available to re-enrolling students. Commencing students in 2015 should refer to the Master of Urban Design (dissertation and coursework) (25530).

(2) This course has an advisory board known as the Urban Design Program (UDP) Academic Committee.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

1.A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation'.

Admission

2. To be considered for admission to the Master of Urban Design (by coursework) an applicant must have—

(a) a relevant bachelor's degree from this University or another recognised institution;

or

(b) the Graduate Diploma in Urban Design with an average mark of at least 60 per cent, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee.

Course structure

3. The course consists of units to a total value of 96 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table a [Master of Urban Design (by coursework) core units]—66 points

and

(b)(i) the unit from Group A in Table b [Master of Urban Design (by coursework) options]—18 points

or

(ii) both units from Group B in Table b [Master of Urban Design (by coursework) options]—18 points

or

(iii) both units from Group C in Table b [Master of Urban Design (by coursework) options]—18 points

and

(c) two units from Group D in Table b [Master of Urban Design (by coursework) options] selected to complement but not repeat previous relevant coursework, as advised by the Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee—12 points.

Credit

4.(1) The Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee, may grant credit towards the course up to a value of 24 points for units completed in a relevant postgraduate degree course from this University or another recognised institution other than a course described in (4) and (5).

(2) Credit described in (1) is normally granted only for units completed within the previous five years but the Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee, may in special circumstances approve an extension to the five-year limitation.

(3) Credit for URBD5804 Urban Design Workshop is only granted on submission of a satisfactory portfolio of relevant design work or related graphics produced within the previous five years.

(4) Subject to (6), the Faculty may grant credit up to a value of 24 points to a student who has completed the Graduate Certificate in Urban Design.

(5) Subject to (6), the Faculty may grant credit up to a value of 42 points to a student who has completed the Graduate Diploma in Urban Design.

(6) If a student has completed both the Graduate Certificate in Urban Design and the Graduate Diploma in Urban Design the total value of credit for units completed in those courses will not exceed 42 points.

Approval of course

5. Students must submit to the Faculty for approval—

(a) their proposed course of studies;

and

(b) any proposed changes to the approved course of studies.

Satisfactory progress

6.(1) Subject to (2) and (3), to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) Students who fail a Design unit must pass that unit at the next attempt.

[(2) is an approved addition to University Policy]

Progress status

7.(1) Unless the Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee, determines otherwise in light of exceptional circumstances—

(a) when a student fails to make satisfactory progress for the first time, a progress status of 'Suspended' is assigned;

(b) when a student fails to make satisfactory progress for the second time, a progress status of 'Excluded' is assigned.

(2) Students applying to re-enrol in the course after being assigned a progress status of 'Excluded' must submit sufficient reason, in writing, demonstrating why an improvement in performance could reasonably be expected.

(3) Students who have been assigned a progress status of 'Excluded' and are subsequently permitted by the Faculty to re-enrol are assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' and must meet any conditions determined by the Faculty.

(4) Students who have had conditions attached to their enrolment in terms of University Policy and who meet those conditions are assigned a progress status of 'Good Standing' by the Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee.

(5) Students who have had conditions attached to their enrolment in terms of University Policy and who fail to meet those conditions are assigned a progress status of 'Excluded' by the Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee.

Repeat withdrawal from a unit

8. A student who withdraws twice from a unit may only re-enrol in that unit with the permission of the Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee.

Award of Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Urban Design

9. A student who withdraws from the course before completing the course requirements but after completing required units to the value of 24 points for the Graduate Certificate in Urban Design or 48 points for the Graduate Diploma in Urban Design may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the relevant qualification.

Time limit

10.(1) The time limit is eight years from the beginning of the semester in which the first unit is credited towards the course.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

(2) The Faculty, on the recommendation of the UDP Academic Committee, may in special circumstances approve an extension to the time limit in (1).

[Approved addition to University Policy]

Award of degree with distinction

11. To be awarded the degree with distinction a student must achieve a course weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 80 per cent in—

(a) all units attempted as part of the course that are awarded a final percentage mark; and

(b) all relevant units undertaken in articulating courses of this university that are awarded a final percentage mark.

Table a—Master of Urban Design (by coursework) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2URBD5802Urban Design Studio (12 points)
S1, S2URBD8803 Urban Strategies Studio (12 points)
S1URBD5804Urban Design Workshop (12 points)
S2URBD5805Contemporary Urbanism (Twentieth and Twenty-first Century)
URBD8806 Readings in Urban Design 1
S1URBD5807The Forces that Shape Cities
S1URBD5808Case Studies in Urban Design
S1, S2URBD5820Urban Design Research Methods

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table b—Master of Urban Design (by coursework) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1, S2URBD8801Urban Design Thesis (18 points)

Group B

S1, S2URBD8811Urban Design Thesis Part 1
S1, S2URBD8812Urban Design Thesis Part 2 (12 points)

Group C

S1, S2URBD8813Urban Design Thesis Part 1 (12 points)
S1, S2URBD8814Urban Design Thesis Part 2

Group D

S2ARCT5514Practical and Theoretical Problems in Global Design Practice (B): History/Theory Stream
NSPLNG4401Planning Theory and Practice
NSPLNG4402Planning Law
N/ALACH4420Research in Landscape Architecture

Professional doctorates

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

The University Policy on: Professional Doctorates applies in this Faculty.

Higher doctorates

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

The University Policy on: Higher Doctorates applies.

3. Faculty of Arts Rules

Note: For the convenience of students and staff, the course code is recorded against the title of each course. This information, however, does not form part of the rules.

Rules approved up to May 2014.

Definitions

Unless the context suggests otherwise—

a core unit means a unit which is a compulsory unit in a course;

an option means a unit chosen from among a range of given options;

an elective means a unit which a student may choose freely from among the units available in the University, subject to the rules of the unit concerned and to any Faculty rules which govern the number of points that must or may be counted towards the degree from units of a specific level;

the level of a unit indicates the amount of prior knowledge or maturity of learning required to study it successfully;

the Faculty includes a body or person to whom the Faculty has delegated responsibility for a function covered by the rule concerned.

Faculty of Arts Rules for undergraduate courses

3.1 Rescinded

3.2 Bachelor's degrees

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

3.2.1 Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

Prerequisites

3.2.1.1(1) A student must complete Level 1 units to the value of at least 24 points before progressing to Level 2 units.

(2) A student may, with the approval of the Faculty in exceptional circumstances, enrol in a Level 2 or 3 unit without having completed the normal prerequisite(s).

Academic Conduct Essentials module

3.2.1.1A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in a course of the University for the first time, irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake a module called Academic Conduct Essentials (the ACE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for the course.

(4) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet the other requirements for satisfactory progress set out in the rules for the course.

Units from other courses offered in the University or from other Faculties

3.2.1.2(1) A student may include in their course Level 1 units up to the value of 24 points offered by another faculty in the University.

(2) The Faculty may permit a student to include in their course Level 2 and 3 units up to the value of 24 points offered in another course in the Faculty or offered by another faculty in the University.

Course structure for students who have previously completed a degree

3.2.1.3 A bachelor's degree course for students who have previously completed a relevant degree as recognised by the Faculty comprises units approved by the Faculty which—

(a) must not have formed part of the course for any degree for which the student has already qualified;

and

(b) must have a total points value of at least half that usually required for the course;

and

(c) must include units of a level higher than Level 1 to a total value of at least 60 points.

Time limit on credit

3.2.1.4 Credit granted towards an undergraduate degree course for a unit or units from either a previously completed course or an incomplete course will date from the year in which the unit or units concerned were passed.

[Approved addition to University Policy]

Special units

3.2.1.5(1) In exceptional circumstances the Faculty may permit a student to take a special unit.

(2) A special unit may—

(a) be made up of elements of approved units in a subject area;

or

(b) cover topics within the subject area but not usually taught.1

1 For example, a unit offered by a visiting academic.

Satisfactory progress

3.2.1.6 To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

Progress status

3.2.1.7(1) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress after being enrolled at the University for one or two semesters only is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' by the Faculty.

(2) Unless the Faculty determines otherwise in exceptional circumstances a student who fails to make satisfactory progress and has been enrolled at the University for more than two semesters is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' by the Faculty.

(3) Unless the Faculty determines otherwise in exceptional circumstances a student who has previously been allocated a progress status of 'Suspended' and fails again to make satisfactory progress is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded' by the Faculty.

Overloads

3.2.1.8(1) Students are permitted to take up to a 12.5 per cent overload each year without special approval.

(2) The Faculty may permit a student to take an overload greater than 12.5 per cent in a year in exceptional circumstances.

(3) The Faculty may permit a student in a combined course to take an overload greater than 25 per cent in a semester in exceptional circumstances.

3.2.2 Bachelor of Arts pass degree (10110)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

3.2.2.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

3.2.2.2 Rescinded

Applicability of the Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

3.2.2.3 The Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees in 3.2.1 apply to the course.

Course structure

3.2.2.4(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 144 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 units to a minimum value of 48 points and a maximum value of 72 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 units to a minimum value of 72 points and a maximum value of 96 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) Students must include in the course at least one of the majors set out in Rules 3.2.2.7 to 3.2.2.44.

(3) Students are not permitted to include in the course Level 1 units in any one subject area to a total value greater than 12 points.

(4) Unless the Faculty approves otherwise in exceptional circumstances, students are not permitted to include in the course Level 2 and 3 units in any one subject area to a total value greater than 66 points.

Table 3.2.2a—Bachelor of Arts options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

Not all units are available every year. 

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Level 1

Not all units are available each year.

S1 ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human
S2 ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human
S1 ANTH1001 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society
S2 ANTH1002 Global Change, Local Responses
S1 ARCY1001 Discoveries in Archaeology
S2 ARCY1002 Archaeology Today: Principles and Themes
S1 BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology
S2 BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology
S1, S2 CARS1000 Communication and Research Skills (0 points)
S1, S2 CHEM1001 Chemistry—Properties and Energetics
S1, S2 CHEM1002 Chemistry—Structure and Reactivity
S1 CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry
S2 CHEM1004 Biological Chemistry
S1 CITS1001 Object-oriented Programming and Software Engineering
  CITS1002 Programming and Systems
S1 CITS1401 Problem Solving and Programming
S2 EART1104 Introduction to Geology
S1 EART1105 The Dynamic Planet
S1, S2 ECON1120 Environmental Economics 1
S2 GEOG1102 Globalisation, Environment and Development
S1 LING1001 Language and Communication
S2 LING1002 Language as a Cognitive System
S1, S2 MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1
S1, S2 MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2
  MATH1701 Introductory Mathematics Foundations
  MATH1711 Introductory Mathematics Specialist
  MATH1712 Intermediate Mathematics Specialist
S1, S2 PHYS1030 Physics Bridging Unit
S1 PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers
S2 PHYS1002 Modern Physics
S1 PHYS1021 Applied Physics A
S2 PHYS1022 Applied Physics B
S1 PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain
S2 PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
S1 SCIE1103 Science, Society and Communication
S2 SCIE1104 Science, Society and Data Analysis
S2 SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell
S1 SCIE1121 Our Universe
S2 SCIE1122 Our Solar System
S1 SCOM1101 Introduction to Scientific Practices
S1 SSEH1101 The Musculoskeletal System and Movement
S2 SSEH1102 Human Structure and Athletic Performance
S1, S2, SS SSEH1103 Physical Fitness and Health
S2 STAT1400 Statistics for Science

Level 2

Not all units are available each year.

1 Crawley only.

2 Albany only.

3 Hong Kong only.

4 Available even-numbered years.

5 Available odd-numbered years.

S1 ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development
N/A ANHB2213 Human Functional Anatomy
S2 ANHB2214 Human Organs and Systems
S1 ANHB2215 Biological Anthropology: Human Adaptation and Variation
S2 ANHB2216 Human Reproductive Biology
S1 ANHB2217 Human Neurobiology
S2 ANIM2207 Animal Function and Structure
S2 ANIM2208 Animal Ethics and Welfare
S1 ANTH2001 Social Thought
N/A ANTH2401 Constructing Cultures Through Media
N/A ANTH2402 Religion in Society
ANTH2403 Social Meaning of Money
ANTH2404 Social Inequality
S2 ANTH2405 Sex, Gender and Social Life
S2 ANTH2406 Society, Law and Politics
S1 ANTH2407 Australian Society
ANTH2408 Psychological Anthropology
ANTH2501 Healing, Medicine and Culture
ANTH2601 Indigenous Australia
N/A ANTH2702 Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia
S1 ANTH2801 Refugees, Human Rights, Violence and Fear
N/A ANTH2901 Religion and Globalisation
S2 ANTH2902 Aboriginal Art
N/A ARCY2001 The Emerging Human
N/A ARCY2002 Archaeology of Colonisation and Contact
S2 ARCY2003 Historical Archaeology
S1 ARCY2004 The Archaeology of Rock Art
S1, NS ASIA2004 Popular Culture in Asia
S1 BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell
S2 BIOC2002 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function
S2 BIOL2261 Conservation Biology
S1 CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques
S2 CHEM2002 Physical and Analytical Chemistry
S2 CHEM2003 Chemical Synthesis
S1 CITS2200 Data Structures and Algorithms
S2 CITS2211 Discrete Structures
CITS2232 Databases
S1, S2 CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation
S1 1,2 GEOG2201 Geographic Information Systems
S1 EART2222 Geomorphology and Soils
S1 EART2231 Earth Materials
S1 EART2232 Field Geology
S2 EART2234 Earth Processes
S1 ECON2224 Environmental Economics 2
S1 ENVT2220 The Climate System
S2 ENVT2221 Global Climate Change and Biodiversity
S1 ENVT2250 Ecology
S2 ENVT2251 Environmental Hydrology
S2 FNSC2200 Mysteries of Forensic Science
S2, NS GENE2230 Molecular Genetics I
S1 GENE2250 Principles of Inheritance
S1 GEOG2205 Geographies of Economic Development
S2 GEOG2206 Social Geography and Planning
N/A HART2266 Aboriginal Contemporary Art
S1 LING2001 Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences
S1 LING2002 Phonetics and Phonology: the Sounds of the World's Languages
S2 1, N/A 3 LING2003 Language, Culture and Society
S1 MATH2021 Introduction to Applied Mathematics
S1 MATH2031 Introduction to Pure Mathematics
S2 MATH2501 Mathematical Methods 3
S1 MICR2208 Introductory Microbiology
S2 MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology
S1 PATH2210 Fundamentals of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
S2 PATH2220 Introduction to Human Disease
S1 PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology
S2 PHAR2220 Human Pharmacology
S1 PHIL2005 Exploring the Nature of Science
S1 PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems
S2 PHYL2002 Physiology of Cells
S1 PHYS2001 Quantum Mechanics 1 and Electromagnetism
S2 PHYS2002 The Physics of Particles
N/A PLNG2203 Environmental Policy and Planning
S2 PLNT2201 Plants in Action
S2 PLNT2204 Plant Diversity and Conservation
S1 PSYC2203 Psychological Research Methods
S2 PSYC2208 Psychology: Atypical Development 4
S2 PSYC2209 Industrial and Organisational Psychology 4
S1 PSYC2212 Psychology and Social Behaviour 4
N/A PSYC2213 Psychology: Lifespan Development 5
N/A PSYC2214 Adult Psychopathology 5
N/A PSYC2215 Cognitive Psychology 5
S1 PSYC2217 Cognitive Neuroscience 4
N/A PSYC2218 Perception and Sensory Neuropsychology 5
S1 SCIE2204 Marine Systems
SCIE2218 Science Practicum (0 points)
S2 SCOM2205 Science Presentations
S1 SCOM2208 Science Writing
S2 SSEH2240 Motor Learning and Control
S1 SSEH2250 Biomechanics
S1 SSEH2260 Exercise Physiology
S2 SSEH2270 Psychosocial Aspects of Sport, Exercise and Health
S2 SSEH2290 Promoting Lifelong Physical Activity
STAT2061 Probability and Mathematical Statistics
S1 STAT2401 Analysis of Experiments
S2 STAT2402 Analysis of Observations
S2 VISA2214 Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science 4
N/A VISA2249 Art and Life Manipulation 5

Level 3

Not all units are available each year.

 

1 Students commence the unit in January/February 2015.

2 Available even-numbered years.

3 Available odd-numbered years.

4 Singapore only.

NS AGRI4404 Breeding and Animal Biotechnology
NS AGRI4405 Breeding and Plant Biotechnology
S1 ANHB3310 Human Biology: Applications and Investigations I
N/A ANHB3315 Human Evolutionary Ecology
S2 ANHB3316 Human Reproduction
S2 ANHB3320 Human Biology: Applications and Investigations II
S1 ANHB3321 Biological Anthropology: Genes and Society
N/A ANHB3323 Cells, Tissues and Development
S1 ANHB3324 Human Structure and Function
S1 ANIM3320 Comparative Neurobiology
S2 ANIM3353 Wildlife Conservation and Management
S1 ANIM3361 Animal Populations
S1 ANIM3362 Evolutionary Processes
S2 ANIM3363 Environmental Physiology
S2 ANIM3365 Behavioural Ecology
S2 ANTH3001 Advanced Qualitative Methods: Ethnography
S1 ANTH3401 Engaged Anthropology
S2 ANTH3402 Contemporary Social Thought
N/A ANTH3403 Business Anthropology
S1 ANTH3501 Mind, Body, Culture
N/A ANTH3601 Indigenous Australia
S2 ANTH3701 Environment, Landscape and Place
N/A ANTH3801 Migration, Mobilities, Belonging
  ARCY3001 Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Europe
S2 ARCY3002 Archaeological Field Methods
S2 ARCY3003 Archaeological Laboratory Methods
  ARCY3004 Heritage Archaeology
S2 ARCY3005 Archaeology of Indigenous Australia
  ARCY3006 Neolithic and Bronze Age Europe
S1 BIOC3001 Molecular Biology
S1 BIOC3002 Structural and Functional Biochemistry
S2 BIOC3003 Omics—Global Approaches to Cell Function
S2 BIOC3005 Cellular Biochemistry
NS BIOL3360 Saving Endangered Species 1
S1 CHEM3001 Essential Chemical Skills
S2 CHEM3002 Chemical Explorations
S1 CHEM3003 Advanced Chemical Synthesis
S2 CHEM3004 Synthetic Applications
S1 CHEM3005 Chemical Spectroscopy and Structure
S2 CHEM3006 Chemistry Beyond the Laboratory
S1, S2 CITS3001 Algorithms, Agents and Artificial Intelligence
S1 CITS3002 Networks and Security
S1 CITS3003 Graphics and Animation
S2 CITS3200 Professional Computing
S1 CITS3401 Data Warehousing and Data Mining
S2 CITS3402 High Performance Computing
S1 CITS3403 Agile Web Development
N/A CLAN3005 Roman Archaeology
S1 EART3338 Land Use and Management
S2 EART3339 Land Rehabilitation
S1 EART3342 Geochemistry and Petrology
S1 EART3343 Structural Geology and Tectonics
S2 EART3344 Basin Analysis
S2 EART3353 Geological Mapping
S1 EART3360 Soil–Plant Interactions
N/A ENSC3501 Biological Oceanography
N/A ENSC3502 Physical Oceanography
NS ENVT3360 Ecosystem Restoration 1
S1 ENVT3361 Environmental Assessment
S2 ENVT3362 Environmental Modelling
S2 ENVT3363 Ecological Processes
S2 GENE3340 Molecular Genetics II
S2 GENE3350 Evolution and Development
N/A GENE3360 Evolutionary Genetics
S1 GENE3370 Genomics
S2 GEOG3302 Geographic, Environment and Planning Fieldwork
S2 GEOG3304 Environmental Change
S2 GEOG3306 Regional Development and Planning
S1 GEOG3307 Coastal Environments
S2 LING3001 Morphology: the Structure of Words
N/A LING3002 Linguistic Typology: the Diversity of Languages
S1 LING3003 Historical Linguistics: Language History and Language Change
N/A LING3004 Pragmatics: Meaning in Use
N/A LING3005 Semantics: Meaning in Language
S2 LING3006 Topics in Linguistic Theory
N/A LING3007 Linguistics of Australian Indigenous Languages
S1 MATH3021 Dynamics and Control
S2 MATH3022 Scientific and Industrial Modelling
S1 MATH3031 Algebraic Structures and Symmetry
S2 MATH3032 Analysis and Geometry
S1, S2 MATH3329 3A9: Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics (available by invitation only)
S1, S2 MATH3339 3P9: Advanced Topics in Pure Mathematics (available by invitation only)
S2 MICR3310 Applied and Environmental Microbiology
S2 MICR3320 Viruses and Viral Disease
S1 MICR3330 Bacteria and Bacterial Disease
S1 MICR3340 Immunity and Infection
S1 NEUR3310 Neuroscience 2
S2 NEUR3301 Advanced Neuroscience 1
S2 NEUR3302 Advanced Neuroscience 2
S2 PATH3309 Cancer Pathology
S1 PATH3305 Medical Genetics
S1 PATH3307 Pathology and Laboratory Medicine I
S2 PATH3308 Pathology and Laboratory Medicine II
S1 PHAR3310 Molecular Pharmacology
S1 PHAR3311 Molecular Pharmacology Methods
S2 PHAR3320 Systems Pharmacology
S2 PHAR3321 Systems Pharmacology Methods
S1 PHYL3001 Physiology of Membranes, Muscles and Signalling
S1 PHYL3002 Physiology of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
S2 PHYL3003 Physiology of Nutrition and Metabolism
S2 PHYL3004 Physiology of Integrated Organ Function
S1 PHYS3001 Quantum Mechanics 2 and Atomic Physics
S2 PHYS3002 Electrodynamics and Relativity
S1 PHYS3003 Astrophysics and Space Science
S1 PHYS3011 Mathematical Physics
S2 PHYS3012 Frontiers in Modern Physics
S1 PLNG3301 Geographical and Planning Methods
S1 PLNT3301 Plant Physiological Ecology
S2 PLNT3306 Australian Vegetation
S1 PSYC3301 Psychological Research Methods: Design and Analysis
S2 PSYC3302 Psychological Measurement and its Application
S1 PSYC3303 Psychological Science in the Modern World: Challenges and Controversies
S2 PSYC3308 Psychology: Atypical Development 2
S2 PSYC3309 Industrial and Organisational Psychology 2
S2 PSYC3310 Psychology: Specialist Research Topics
S1 PSYC3312 Psychology and Social Behaviour 2
N/A PSYC3313 Psychology: Lifespan Development 3
N/A PSYC3314 Adult Psychopathology 3
N/A PSYC3315 Cognitive Psychology 3
S1 PSYC3317 Cognitive Neuroscience 2
N/A PSYC3318 Perception and Sensory Neuropsychology 3
S1 SCIE3304 Field Techniques in Marine Science
NS, S1, S2 SCOM3318 Science Communication Practicum
S2, NS SCOM3319 Exhibitions and Interpretation
S1, NS SCOM3320 Communication Strategies for Change
S2 SCOM3321 Science and the Media
S1 SCOM3322 Science Performance
S1 SSEH3301 Exercise Prescription and Nutrition for Health and Fitness
  SSEH3333 Practical Aspects of Movement
S2 SSEH3339 Community and Worksite Health Promotion
S1 SSEH3345 Lifespan Motor Development
S1 SSEH3355 Biomechanical Principles
S1 SSEH3365 Sport Physiology
S2 SSEH3366 Bioenergetics in Exercise, Nutrition and Energy Balance
S2 SSEH3375 Psychology of Sport
S2 SSEH3376 Coaching Psychology
N/A SSEH3377 Management in Sport, Health and Recreation
S2 SSEH3385 Motor Development and Dysfunction
S2 SSEH3389 Exercise Rehabilitation
  SSEH3390 Professional Practice Part 1
  SSEH3391 Professional Practice Part 2
S1 STAT3061 Random Processes and their Applications
S2 STAT3062 Statistical Science
S1 STAT3401 Advanced Data Analysis
S2 STAT3402 Communication and Problem Solving with Statistics
S1 STAT3403 Surveys
S2 STAT3404 Statistical Significance

Bachelor of Arts majors

Majors available

3.2.2.5(1) The majors available are—

  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Asian Studies
  • Chinese (Asian Studies)
  • Indonesian (Asian Studies)
  • Japanese (Asian Studies)
  • Ancient History (Classics and Ancient History) 1
  • Latin (Classics and Ancient History) 1
  • Greek (Classics and Ancient History) 1
  • Economics
  • Employment Relations
  • English
  • European Studies (European Languages and Studies)
  • French (European Languages and Studies)
  • German (European Languages and Studies)
  • Italian (European Languages and Studies)
  • Fine Arts 1
  • Geography
  • History
  • Linguistics
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Medieval and Early Modern Studies
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science and International Relations
  • Psychology
  • Women’s Studies 1

1 This major cannot be commenced from 2013.

(2) Except as set out in (3), the requirements of the majors are as set out in Rules 3.2.2.7 to 3.2.2.44.

(3) The requirements of the majors may be varied on academic grounds with the approval of the Faculty on the recommendation of the relevant head of school.

Requirement for a second major

3.2.2.6 Students in the Bachelor of Arts single degree course who choose a major in Asian Studies or European Studies must include a second major in their course.

Anthropology major

3.2.2.7(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Anthropology units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Anthropology units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) The units required under (1)(b) may include the following:

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/AAUST2901Australia: Myths and Realities
S1, NSASIA2004Popular Culture in Asia

Archaeology major

3.2.2.8(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Archaeology units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Archaeology units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) The units required under (1)(b) may include two of the following:

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/ACLAN3005Roman Archaeology
S1CLAN3008Roman Britain
S2HIST3001Making History

Asian Studies

Asian Studies major 1

1 Students in the Bachelor of Arts single degree course who choose a major in Asian Studies must include a second major in their course.

3.2.2.9(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Asian Studies units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Asian Studies units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) Students may substitute for Level 1 units required under (1)(a) Level 1 units from Ancient History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Economics, Employment Relations, English, Geography, History, Linguistics, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations, Japanese, Chinese or Indonesian.

(3) The units required under (1)(b) may include the following:

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/A ANTH2702 Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia

Chinese major (Beginners' stream)

3.2.2.10(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 or 54 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2b [Chinese major (Beginners' stream) core units]—30 points

and

(b) either

(i) all units in Group A in Table 3.2.2c [Chinese major (Beginners' stream) options]—18 points

or

(ii) one unit from Group B in Table 3.2.2c [Chinese major (Beginners' stream) options]—24 points.

(2) After consulting a course adviser, a student may substitute the units in Group B or C in Table 3.2.2c [Chinese major (Beginners' stream) options] for any units in Table 3.2.2b [Chinese major (Beginners' stream) core units] or units in Group A in Table 3.2.2c [Chinese major (Beginners' stream) options] of equivalent value.

Table 3.2.2b—Chinese major (Beginners' stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1CHIN1401Chinese 1
S2CHIN1402Chinese 2
S1CHIN2001Chinese 3A
S1CHIN2403Chinese 3
S2CHIN2404Chinese 4

Table 3.2.2c—Chinese major (Beginners' stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1 CHIN3405 Chinese 5
S2 CHIN3406 Chinese 6
S1 1, N/A 2 ASIA3003 Social Issues in Contemporary China

Group B

CHIN2803 Chinese In-country (24 points)
CHIN3804 Chinese In-country (24 points)

Group C

OS CHIN2801 China Field Study 3 (12 points)
N/A CHIN2802 Chinese Language and Culture Immersion Program (Taiwan) 3

1 Crawley only.

2 Hong Kong only.

3 Places are limited and enrolment must be approved by the unit coordinator.

 

Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream)

3.2.2.11(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 or 54 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2d [Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) core units]—24 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 3.2.2e [Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—6 points

and

(c) either

(i) all units in Group B in Table 3.2.2e [Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—18 points

or

(ii) one unit from Group C in Table 3.2.2e [Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—24 points.

(2) After consulting a course adviser, a student may substitute the units in Group C or D in Table 3.2.2e [Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) options] for any units in Table 3.2.2d [Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) core units] or units in Group B in Table 3.2.2e [Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) options] of equivalent value.

Table 3.2.2d—Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1CHIN1403Chinese 3
S2CHIN1404Chinese 4
S1CHIN2405Chinese 5
S2CHIN2406Chinese 6

Table 3.2.2e—Chinese major (Post-Secondary stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

N/A ASIA2001 Culture, Society and the State in Asia
S2 ASIA2002 Australia and Asia
S1, NS ASIA2004 Popular Culture in Asia
N/A ANTH2702 Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia

Group B

S1 CHIN3407 Chinese 7
S2 CHIN3408 Chinese 8
S1 1, N/A 2 ASIA3003 Social Issues in Contemporary China

Group C

CHIN2803 Chinese In-country (24 points)
CHIN3804 Chinese In-country (24 points)

Group D

OS CHIN2801 China Field Study (12 points)
N/A CHIN2802 Chinese Language and Culture Immersion Program (Taiwan) 3

1 Crawley only.

2 Hong Kong only.

3 Places are limited and enrolment must be approved by the unit coordinator.

Chinese major (Advanced stream)

Students who have studied standard modern Chinese Mandarin at primary/secondary school level in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore or Taiwan, may enrol in the Chinese major (Advanced stream). This stream is also open to students who have completed Advanced Chinese at secondary school. Native speakers of Chinese may not complete a major in Chinese without special approval from the Faculty.

Indonesian major (Beginners' stream) 1

1 Students who are native speakers of Indonesian and/or Malay or who have been fully or partially educated in one of these languages are not admitted to Indonesian language units.

3.2.2.12 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 or 54 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2f [Indonesian major (Beginners' stream) core units]—30 points

and

(b) either

(i) all units in Group A in Table 3.2.2.g [Indonesian major (Beginners' stream) options]—18 points

or

(ii) the unit in Group B in Table 3.2.2g [Indonesian major (Beginners' stream) options]—24 points.

Table 3.2.2f—Indonesian major (Beginners' stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1INDO1401Indonesian 1
S2INDO1402Indonesian 2
S1INDO2001Indonesian 3A
S1INDO2403Indonesian 3
S2INDO2404Indonesian 4

Table 3.2.2g—Indonesian major (Beginners' stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1INDO3405Indonesian 5
S2INDO3406Indonesian 6
S1ASIA3001Indonesian Politics and Culture

Group B

INDO3801Indonesian In-country 5 (24 points)

Indonesian major (Post-Secondary stream) 1

1 Students who are native speakers of Indonesian and/or Malay or who have been fully or partially educated in one of these languages are not admitted to Indonesian language units.

3.2.2.13 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 or 54 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2h [Indonesian major (Post-Secondary stream) core units]—24 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 3.2.2i [Indonesian major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—6 points

and

(c) either

(i) all units in Group B in Table 3.2.2i [Indonesian major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—18 points

or

(ii) the unit in Group C in Table 3.2.2i [Indonesian major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—24 points.

Table 3.2.2h—Indonesian major (Post-Secondary stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1INDO1403Indonesian 3
S2INDO1404Indonesian 4
S1INDO2405Indonesian 5
S2INDO2406Indonesian 6

Table 3.2.2i—Indonesian major (Post-Secondary stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

N/A ASIA2001 Culture, Society and the State in Asia
S2 ASIA2002 Australia and Asia
S1, NS ASIA2004 Popular Culture in Asia
N/A ANTH2702 Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia

Group B

S1 INDO3407 Indonesian 7
S2 INDO3408 Indonesian 8
S1 ASIA3001 Indonesian Politics and Culture

Group C

S1, S2 INDO3802 Indonesian In-country 6 (24 points)
 

Japanese major (Beginners' stream) 1

1 Students who are native speakers of Japanese or who have been fully or partially educated in Japanese are not admitted to Japanese language units.

3.2.2.14 The major consists of units to the value of 48 or 54 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2j [Japanese major (Beginners' stream) core units]—30 points

and

(b) either

(i) all units in Group A in Table 3.2.2k [Japanese major (Beginners' stream) options]—18 points

or

(ii) one of the units in Group B in Table 3.2.2k [Japanese major (Beginners' stream) options]—24 points.

Table 3.2.2j—Japanese major (Beginners' stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, NSJAPN1401Japanese 1
S2, NSJAPN1402Japanese 2
S1, NSJAPN2001Japanese 3A
S1, NSJAPN2403Japanese 3
S2, NSJAPN2404Japanese 4

Table 3.2.2k—Japanese major (Beginners' stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1 JAPN3405 Japanese 5
S2 JAPN3406 Japanese 6
S2 ASIA3002 Issues in Japanese Society and Culture

Group B

JAPN2801 Japanese Exchange (24 points)
JAPN3802 Japanese Exchange (24 points)

Japanese major (Post-Secondary stream) 1

1 Students who are native speakers of Japanese or who have been fully or partially educated in Japanese are not admitted to Japanese language units.

3.2.2.15 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 or 54 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2l [Japanese major (Post-Secondary stream) core units]—24 or 30 points

and

(b)(i) one unit from Group A in Table 3.2.2m [Japanese major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—6 points

and

(ii) all units in Group B in Table 3.2.2m [Japanese major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—18 points

or

(c) one of the units in Group C in Table 3.2.2m [Japanese major (Post-Secondary stream) options]—24 points.

Table 3.2.2l—Japanese major (Post-Secondary stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1 JAPN1001 Japanese 3A 1
S1JAPN1403Japanese 3
S2JAPN1404Japanese 4
S1JAPN2405Japanese 5
S2JAPN2406Japanese 6

1 WACE 2 students only

Table 3.2.2m—Japanese major (Post-Secondary stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

N/A ASIA2001 Culture, Society and the State in Asia
S2 ASIA2002 Australia and Asia
S1, NS ASIA2004 Popular Culture in Asia
N/A ANTH2702 Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia

Group B

S1 JAPN3407 Japanese 7
S2 JAPN3408 Japanese 8
S2 ASIA3002 Issues in Japanese Society and Culture

Group C

JAPN2801 Japanese Exchange (24 points)
JAPN3802 Japanese Exchange (24 points)

Ancient History major

3.2.2.16(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Ancient History units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Ancient History units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) A student may substitute Level 1 units from History, Political Science and International Relations, Anthropology or Archaeology for the Level 1 units required under (1)(a).

(3) The Level 2 or 3 units required under (1)(b) may include ARCY3002 Archaeological Field Methods and/or ARCY3003 Archaeological Laboratory Methods.

Latin major

3.2.2.17 The major consists of units to the value of 48 points comprising all units in Table 3.2.2n (Latin major core units) or equivalents as determined by the Faculty, and additional units to the value of 24 points as determined by the Faculty.

Table 3.2.2n—Latin major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2CLAN1101Latin 1
S1CLAN2102Latin 2
S2CLAN2103Latin 3
S1CLAN3104Latin 4

Greek major

3.2.2.18 The major consists of units to the value of 48 points comprising all units in Table 3.2.2o (Greek major core units) or equivalents as determined by the Faculty, and additional units to the value of 24 points as determined by the Faculty.

Table 3.2.2o—Greek major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1CLAN2201Greek 1
S2CLAN2202Greek 2
S1CLAN3203Greek 3
S2CLAN3204Greek 4

Economics major

3.2.2.19 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2p (Economics major core units)—24 points

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Economics units to the value of 24 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

Table 3.2.2p—Economics major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2 ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
S1, S2 ECON1102 Macroeconomics: Money and Finance
S1, S2 ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2 ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
 

Employment Relations major

3.2.2.20 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) both units in Table 3.2.2q (Employment Relations major core units)—12 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 3.2.2r (Employment Relations major options)—6 points

and

(c) one unit from Group B in Table 3.2.2r (Employment Relations major options)—6 points

and

(d) units to the value of 24 points from Group C in Table 3.2.2r (Employment Relations major options).

Table 3.2.2q—Employment Relations major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

EMPL2203Work, Power and Society
S2EMPL2206Social Psychology of Work

Table 3.2.2r—Employment Relations major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1EMPL1101Introduction to Employment Relations
N/AEMPL2201Foundations of Employment Relations

Group B

N/AEMPL1102Australian Employment Relations
S2EMPL2202Australian Employment Relations

Group C

S1, SSHRMT2237Human Resource Management
EMPL2208Managing Diversity
EMPL2241International Employment Relations
EMPL2270Negotiation: Theory and Practice
LAWS3309Workplace Law

English major

3.2.2.22(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 English units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 English units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) Students may substitute Level 1 units from Ancient History, Anthropology, Asian Studies, European Studies, European and Classical Languages, History, Linguistics, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations or GEND1901 Days of Our Lives: Gender in Australia for Level 1 English units of equivalent value required under (1)(a).

(3) The units required under (1)(b) may include the following:

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2 ENGL3003 The Arthurian Legend
S1 GEND2901 Sex, Bodies and Spaces
S2 MEMS2001 Classical Traditions and Transformations in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
  MEMS3002 Parchment, Print and Paint: Analysing Sources of Pre-modern Europe

European Languages and Studies

European Studies major 1

1 Students in the Bachelor of Arts single degree course who choose a major in European Studies must include a second major in their course.

3.2.2.23(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 European Studies units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) all units in Table 3.2.2uA (European Studies core units);

and

(c) units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2uB (European Studies major options).

(2) Students may substitute Level 1 units from History, English, French, German, Italian, Greek, Latin or Ancient History for the units required under (1)(a).

(3) If a student is unable to satisfy the requirements of the major due to the unavailability of units in Table 3.2.2uA (European Studies core units), they may substitute units from Table 3.2.2uB (European Studies major options) for units required under (1)(b) of equivalent value.

Table 3.2.2uA—European Studies core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1 EURO2201 Civilisation and Barbarism in European Cultural History
S1 EURO2209 Utopia, Imagination and Modernity in European Culture
S1 EURO3301 The European Individual
S2 EURO3302 Imagining the Nation in European Cultural History
 

Table 3.2.2uB—European Studies major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2ENGL2604Romanticism and Change in the Long Nineteenth Century
S1ENGL2602Shakespeare and Early Modern Studies
N/AENGL2502World Theatre: Cultures and Contexts
N/AHIST2002The Rise and Fall of European Fascism
S2HIST2005Hitler, the Holocaust and the Historians
N/AHIST2012Renaissance, Reformation, Revolt: Europe 1450–1650
S1HIST3011The Vikings
N/APOLS2211History of Political Ideas
S2ENGL3602Shakespeare: Text to Stage and Screen
N/AENGL3603Love and Death in the Renaissance: Reading the Early Modern Period 1450–1700
N/AENGL3605Modernism
N/AHIST3009Mythistory: Science Fiction, Fantasy and the Historical Imagination
N/AHIST3002Russia and the Soviet Union in the Twentieth Century
S2POLS3317Politics of New Europe

French major (Beginners' stream)

3.2.2.24 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2vA [French major (Beginners' stream) core units]—42 points

and

(b) one unit from Table 3.2.2vB [French major (Beginners' stream) options]—6 points.

Table 3.2.2vA—French major (Beginners' stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2 FREN1401 French Studies 1
S2, SS FREN1402 French Studies 2
S1 FREN2001 Specialist French Studies 3A
S1 FREN2403 French Studies 3
S2 FREN2404 French Studies 4
S1 FREN3405 French Studies 5
S2 FREN3406 French Studies 6

Table 3.2.2vB—French Major (Beginners' stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1FREN3813Specialist French Studies 13
S2FREN3814Specialist French Studies 14

French major (Post-WACE stream)

3.2.2.25 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2w [French major (Post-WACE stream) core units]—42 points

and

(b) one unit from Table 3.2.2y (French major options)—6 points.

Table 3.2.2w—French major (Post-WACE stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1FREN1403French Studies 3
S2FREN1404French Studies 4
S1FREN2405French Studies 5
S2FREN2406French Studies 6
S2FREN2812French Studies 12
S1FREN3407French Studies 7
S2FREN3408French Studies 8

French major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream)

3.2.2.26 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2x [French major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream) core units]—36 points

and

(b) all units in Table 3.2.2y (French major options)—12 points.

Table 3.2.2x—French major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1FREN1405French Studies 5
S2FREN1406French Studies 6
S1FREN2407French Studies 7
S2FREN2408French Studies 8
S2FREN2812French Studies 12
S1FREN3409French Studies 9

Table 3.2.2y—French major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1FREN3813Specialist French Studies 13
S2FREN3814Specialist French Studies 14

German major (Beginners' stream)

3.2.2.27 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2zA [German major (Beginners' stream) core units]—36 points

and

(b) two units from Table 3.2.2zB [German major (Beginners' stream) options]—12 points.

Table 3.2.2zA—German major (Beginners' stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2 GRMN1401 German Studies 1
S2, SS GRMN1402 German Studies 2
S1 GRMN2403 German Studies 3
S2 GRMN2404 German Studies 4
S1 GRMN3405 German Studies 5
S2 GRMN3406 German Studies 6

Table 3.2.2zB—German major (Beginners' stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1GRMN2002German Studies 3B
S1, S2GRMN2812German Studies 12
S1, S2GRMN3813German Studies 13

German major (Post-WACE stream)

3.2.2.28 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2aa [German major (Post-WACE stream) core units]—30 points

and

(b) units to the value of 18 points from Table 3.2.2ab (German major options).

Table 3.2.2aa—German major (Post-WACE stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1GRMN1403German Studies 3
S2GRMN1404German Studies 4
S1GRMN2405German Studies 5
S2GRMN2406German Studies 6
S1, S2GRMN2812German Studies 12

Table 3.2.2ab—German major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/AGRMN3407German Studies 7
N/AGRMN3408German Studies 8
S1GRMN3409German Studies 9
S2GRMN3410German Studies 10
S1, S2GRMN3813German Studies 13

German major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream)

3.2.2.29 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising all units in Table 3.2.2ac [German major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream) core units]—48 points.

Table 3.2.2ac—German major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1GRMN1405German Studies 5
S2GRMN1406German Studies 6
N/AGRMN2407German Studies 7
N/AGRMN2408German Studies 8
S1, S2GRMN2812German Studies 12
S1GRMN3409German Studies 9
S2GRMN3410German Studies 10
S1, S2GRMN3813German Studies 13

Italian major (Beginners' stream)

3.2.2.30 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2adA [Italian major (Beginners' stream) core units]—42 points

and

(b) one unit from Table 3.2.2adB [Italian major (Beginners' stream) options]—6 points.

Table 3.2.2adA—Italian major (Beginners' stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2 ITAL1401 Italian Studies 1
S2, SS ITAL1402 Italian Studies 2
S1 ITAL2403 Italian Studies 3
S1 ITAL2811 Italian Studies 11
S2 ITAL2404 Italian Studies 4
S1 ITAL3405 Italian Studies 5
S2 ITAL3406 Italian Studies 6

Table 3.2.2adB—Italian major (Beginners' stream) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1ITAL3813Italian Studies 13
S2ITAL3814Italian Studies 14

Italian major (Post-WACE stream)

3.2.2.31 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2ae [Italian major (Post-WACE stream) core units]—42 points

and

(b) one unit from Table 3.2.2ag (Italian major options)—6 points.

Table 3.2.2ae—Italian major (Post-WACE stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1ITAL1403Italian Studies 3
S2ITAL1404Italian Studies 4
S1ITAL2405Italian Studies 5
S2ITAL2406Italian Studies 6
S2ITAL2812Italian Studies 12
S1ITAL3407Italian Studies 7
S2ITAL3408Italian Studies 8

Italian major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream)

3.2.2.32 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2af [Italian major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream) core units]—42 points

and

(b) one unit from Table 3.2.2ag (Italian major options)—6 points.

Table 3.2.2af—Italian major (Native or Near-Native Speaker stream) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1ITAL1405Italian Studies 5
S2ITAL1406Italian Studies 6
S1ITAL2407Italian Studies 7
S2ITAL2408Italian Studies 8
S2ITAL2812Italian Studies 12
S1ITAL3409Italian Studies 9
S2ITAL3410Italian Studies 10

Table 3.2.2ag—Italian major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1ITAL3813Italian Studies 13
S2ITAL3814Italian Studies 14

Fine Arts major

Note: Students are advised to contact the Faculty regarding unit availability.

3.2.2.33(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Fine Arts units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Fine Arts units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) The units required under (1)(b) may include units from the following to a maximum value of 18 points:

S2 ANTH2902 Aboriginal Art
ARCT3310 History and Theories of the Built Environment
S1 ARCY2004 The Archaeology of Rock Art
S1 CLAN2001 The Golden Age of Athens
N/A HIST2001 Restaging the Past: Cinema and the Practice of History
LACH2220 Landscape in Australia
LACH3320 Landscape Theory: Culture of Nature

Geography major

3.2.2.34(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) both units in Table 3.2.2ah (Geography major core units)—12 points

and

(b) units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2ai (Geography major options), which must include units from Group B to the value of at least 18 points.

(2) Students may substitute for one of the Level 1 units required under (1)(a)—

(a) a unit of equivalent value from Ancient History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Asian Studies, European Studies, History, or Political Science and International Relations;

or

(b) with the permission of the Faculty, a language unit of equivalent value.

Table 3.2.2ah—Geography major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1 GEOG1101 Geographies of Global Cities
S2 GEOG1102 Globalisation, Environment and Development

Table 3.2.2ai—Geography major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1 ENVT2220 The Climate System
S2 ENVT2221 Global Climate Change and Biodiversity
S2 ENVT2251 Environmental Hydrology
S1 EART2222 Geomorphology and Soils
S1 1 GEOG2201 Geographic Information Systems
S1 GEOG2205 Geographies of Economic Development
S2 GEOG2206 Social Geography and Planning
N/A PLNG2203 Environmental Policy and Planning

1 Crawley and Albany.

Group B

S1 EART3338 Land Use and Management
S2 GEOG3302 Geographic, Environment and Planning Fieldwork
S2 GEOG3304 Environmental Change
S1 GEOG3305 Urban Planning and Design
S2 GEOG3306 Regional Development and Planning
S1 GEOG3307 Coastal Environments
S1 PLNG3301 Geographical and Planning Methods

History major

3.2.2.35(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 History units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 History units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) Students may substitute any of the following for Level 1 units of equivalent value required under (1)(a):

units from Ancient History, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Economic History, English, European Studies, Fine Arts, Employment Relations, or Political Science and International Relations.

(3) Students may substitute any of the following for Level 2 and 3 units of equivalent value required under (1)(b):

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1 ANTH2801 Refugees, Human Rights, Violence and Fear
N/A AUST2901 Australia: Myths and Realities
S2 ENGL3003 The Arthurian Legend
S1 EURO2201 Civilisation and Barbarism in European Cultural History
S1 EURO2209 Utopia, Imagination and Modernity in European Culture
S1 EURO3301 The European Individual
S2 EURO3302 Imagining the Nation in European Cultural History
S1 GEND2901 Sex, Bodies and Spaces
S2 GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
IMED2207 Plagues, Pox and Pandemics: the History of Death and Disease
S2 MEMS2001 Classical Traditions and Transformations in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
  MEMS2002 World Views: Religion, Gender and Society in Pre-modern Europe
  MEMS3001 Language and Power: Latin in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
  MEMS3002 Parchment, Print and Paint: Analysing Sources of Pre-modern Europe

1 Crawley only.

2 Albany only.

Linguistics major

3.2.2.36 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Linguistics units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) both units in Table 3.2.2aj (Linguistics major core units)—12 points

and

(c) Level 2 or 3 Linguistics units to the value of 24 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

Table 3.2.2aj—Linguistics major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1LING2001Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences
S1LING2002Phonetics and Phonology: the Sounds of the World's Languages

Mathematics and Statistics major

3.2.2.37 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Mathematics or Statistics units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options) excluding MATH1050 Introductory Calculus;

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Mathematics or Statistics units, or other approved units, to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options), which must include Level 3 units to the value of at least 18 points.

Medieval and Early Modern Studies major

3.2.2.38 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 units to the value of 12 points from the Ancient History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Asian Studies, Economic History, English, European Studies, Fine Arts, History, Latin, Linguistics, Music or Political Science and International Relations units in Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) both units in Table 3.2.2ak (Medieval and Early Modern Studies major core units)—12 points

and

(c) Level 2 or 3 units to the value of 24 points from Table 3.2.2al (Medieval and Early Modern Studies major options).

Table 3.2.2ak—Medieval and Early Modern Studies major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2MEMS2001Classical Traditions and Transformations in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
MEMS2002World Views: Religion, Gender and Society in Pre-modern Europe

Table 3.2.2al—Medieval and Early Modern Studies major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2 CLAN1101 Latin 1
S1 CLAN2102 Latin 2
S2 CLAN2103 Latin 3
S1 CLAN3104 Latin 4
N/A ENGL2601 Narrative and Culture in Pre-modern England
S1 ENGL2602 Shakespeare and Early Modern Studies
S2 ENGL3003 The Arthurian Legend
S1 ENGL3601 Reading the Middle Ages
S2 ENGL3602 Shakespeare: Text to Stage and Screen
S2 GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
S1 HART2207 Art of the Counter-Reformation
N/A HIST2004 Europe: Crusades to Black Death
S1 HIST2011 From 'Glorious Revolution' to Industrial Revolution: Making Britain, 1688–1888
N/A HIST2012 Renaissance, Reformation, Revolt: Europe 1450–1650
N/A HIST3007 Crime and Punishment in Britain 1600–1900
S1 HIST3011 The Vikings
N/A HIST3012 Early Modern France 1500–1789
IMED2207 Plagues, Pox and Pandemics: the History of Death and Disease
MEMS3001 Language and Power: Latin in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
MEMS3002 Parchment, Print and Paint: Analysing Sources of Pre-modern Europe
VISA3320 Art of the Reformation

Music major

Note: Students who commenced the major prior to 2012 are to contact the School of Music for advice on enrolment.

3.2.2.39 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2am (Music major core units)—24 points

and

(b) one music unit approved by the Head of School of Music or the Music Course Adviser—6 points

and

(c) three units from Table 3.2.2an (Music major options) or other music units for which special approval is given by the Faculty on the recommendation of the School of Music—18 points.

Table 3.2.2am—Music major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1MUSC1310Communication Skills in Music
S2MUSC1350Popular Music in Global Perspective
S1MUSC2331Western Art Music 1 (Renaissance and Baroque)
S2MUSC2332Western Art Music 2 (Classical and Romantic)

Table 3.2.2an—Music major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/A MUSC3332 Drama through Music: Studies in Opera
MUSC3333 Music, Aesthetics and Criticism
N/A MUSC3334 Soundscapes of Australia
N/A MUSC3351 Gongs, Punks and Shadow Plays
N/A MUSC3352 Music, Identity and Place
S2 MUSC3353 Music in the Community
N/A MUSC3354 Music, Mind and Medicine

Philosophy major

3.2.2.40 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Philosophy units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Philosophy units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

Political Science and International Relations major

3.2.2.41(1) The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 Political Science and International Relations units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Political Science and International Relations units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) Students may substitute for the units required under (1)(a) Level 1 units from Arts subject areas excluding languages, computer science, human biology, mathematics and music.

(3) The units required under (1)(b) may include ASIA3005 Democratisation in Asia.

Psychology major

Psychology single major

Note: Level 2 and 3 versions of the same unit are incompatible.

3.2.2.42 The single major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2ao (Psychology single major core units)—24 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 3.2.2ap (Psychology single major options)—6 points

and

(c) one unit from Group B in Table 3.2.2ap (Psychology single major options)—6 points

and

(d) two units from Group C in Table 3.2.2ap (Psychology single major options)—12 points.

Table 3.2.2ao—Psychology single major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1PSYC1101Psychology: Mind and Brain
S2PSYC1102Psychology: Behaviour in Context
S1PSYC2203Psychological Research Methods
S1PSYC3303Psychological Science in the Modern World: Challenges and Controversies

Table 3.2.2ap—Psychology single major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1PSYC3301Psychological Research Methods: Design and Analysis
S2PSYC3302Psychological Measurement and its Application

Group B

S2PSYC2208Psychology: Atypical Development
S2PSYC2209Industrial and Organisational Psychology
S1PSYC2212Psychology and Social Behaviour
N/APSYC2213Psychology: Lifespan Development
N/APSYC2214Adult Psychopathology
N/APSYC2215Cognitive Psychology
S1PSYC2217Cognitive Neuroscience
N/APSYC2218Perception and Sensory Neuropsychology

Group C

S2PSYC3308Psychology: Atypical Development
S2PSYC3309Industrial and Organisational Psychology
S1PSYC3312Psychology and Social Behaviour
N/APSYC3313Psychology: Lifespan Development
N/APSYC3314Adult Psychopathology
N/APSYC3315Cognitive Psychology
S1PSYC3317Cognitive Neuroscience
N/APSYC3318Perception and Sensory Neuropsychology

Psychology double major

Note: (1) Level 2 and 3 versions of the same unit are incompatible.

(2) Students who have already passed PSYC2204 Psychological Science: Theory Research and Practice must take an additional unit from Group A in Table 3.2.2ar instead of PSYC3302 Psychological Measurement and its Application.

3.2.2.43 The double major consists of units to a total value of 78 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2aq (Psychology double major core units)—42 points

and

(b) two units from Group A in Table 3.2.2ar (Psychology double major options)—12 points

and

(c) four units from Group B in Table 3.2.2ar (Psychology double major options)—24 points.

Table 3.2.2aq—Psychology double major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1PSYC1101Psychology: Mind and Brain
S2PSYC1102Psychology: Behaviour in Context
S1PSYC2203Psychological Research Methods
S1PSYC3301Psychological Research Methods: Design and Analysis
S2PSYC3302Psychological Measurement and its Application
S1PSYC3303Psychological Science in the Modern World: Challenges and Controversies
S2PSYC3310Psychology: Specialist Research Topics

Table 3.2.2ar—Psychology double major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S2PSYC2208Psychology: Atypical Development
S2PSYC2209Industrial and Organisational Psychology
S1PSYC2212Psychology and Social Behaviour
N/APSYC2213Psychology: Lifespan Development
N/APSYC2214Adult Psychopathology
N/APSYC2215Cognitive Psychology
S1PSYC2217Cognitive Neuroscience
N/APSYC2218Perception and Sensory Neuropsychology

Group B

S2PSYC3308Psychology: Atypical Development
S2PSYC3309Industrial and Organisational Psychology
S1PSYC3312Psychology and Social Behaviour
N/APSYC3313Psychology: Lifespan Development
N/APSYC3314Adult Psychopathology
N/APSYC3315Cognitive Psychology
S1PSYC3317Cognitive Neuroscience
N/APSYC3318Perception and Sensory Neuropsychology

Women's Studies major

3.2.2.44 The major consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.2as (Women's Studies major core units)—30 points

and

(b) one Level 1 unit chosen from the Anthropology, English, History, Asian Studies and Fine Arts units in Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options)—6 points

and

(c) two units from Table 3.2.2at (Women's Studies major options)—12 points.

Table 3.2.2as—Women's Studies major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1 ENGL1902 Reading Bodies
S1 GEND1901 Gender in Australia
S1 GEND2901 Sex, Bodies and Spaces
S2 GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
S1 GEND3901 Feminist Thought

Table 3.2.2at—Women's Studies major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2 ANTH2405 Sex, Gender and Social Life
NS ASIA3004 Gender and Power in Asia
S1 ENGL2703 American Literature: the Search for Justice
GEND3902 Gender Studies Internship
S2 GEND3903 Special unit: Screening Gender
S2 HIST2013 Medieval and Early Modern Women
NS, S1, S2, SS HUMA2901 Arts Practicum
S1 INDG2300 Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit
S2, NS KORE3812 Contemporary Korean Society
MEMS2002 World Views: Religion, Gender and Society in Pre-modern Europe
EMPL2208 Managing Diversity
VISA2250 The Body in Art
VISA2227 Feminist Interventions in Art

Note: Special permission may be sought from the Head of Gender Studies for alternative units to be considered in order for students to complete the Women's Studies major.

3.2.3 Bachelor of Arts honours degree (1011H)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

3.2.3.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

3.2.3.2 Rescinded

Admission

3.2.3.3(1) The admission requirements are—

(a) the corresponding pass degree of this University passed at a sufficiently high level, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty;

and

(b) completion of the prerequisite major of the honours course to which admission is sought.

(2) To be considered for honours candidature, applicants must have completed the requirements of the qualifications on the basis of which admission is sought within the previous seven years and be recommended by the head(s) of school(s) concerned.

Course structure

3.2.3.4(1) A student must fulfil the requirements of a course recommended by the head of school concerned or, in the case of certain joint honours courses, the heads of schools concerned, and approved by the Faculty.

(2) The course has a value of 48 points and includes a dissertation.

(3) The Faculty may approve joint honours courses which may be arranged by one or more schools.

Submission and examination of dissertation

3.2.3.5(1) Unless the Faculty permits otherwise, the dissertation must be received by the examiners by a date specified by the school(s) concerned.

(2) The school(s) concerned must appoint two examiners for each dissertation who, following examination of the dissertation, each provide a written report to the school(s).

(3) Examiners must be independent and not have been involved in the supervision of the student.

3.2.4 Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) pass degree (10200)*

Note: At the Crawley campus this course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

3.2.4.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

3.2.4.2 Rescinded

Applicability of the Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

3.2.4.3 The Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees in 3.2.1 apply to the course.

Course structure

3.2.4.4(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 144 points comprising—

(a) both units in Table 3.2.4a [Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) core units]—12 points

and

(b) Level 2 or 3 Asian Studies units to a value of 24 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(c) units to the value of 30 points from an Asian Language major;1

and

(d) either

(i)A. Level 2 or 3 units to the value of 12 points towards completion of an Asian Studies major;

and

B. one Level 2 unit from a major complementary2 to Asian Studies chosen from the majors listed in Rule 3.2.2.5(1) [see (2)]—6 points

or

(ii) units to the value of 18 points towards completion of an Asian Language major1 [see (2)];

and

(e) Level 1 units to a value of 12 points and Level 2 or 3 units to a value of 18 points from a major complementary2 to Asian Studies chosen from the majors listed in Rule 3.2.2.5(1)—30 points

and

(f) Level 1 units to a value of 12 to 30 points and Level 2 or 3 units if necessary to make up the number of points required from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options)—30 points.

(2) Students must complete either an Asian Language major or an Asian Studies major in the course.

(3) A student may, with the approval of the Faculty, substitute other units on Asia for up to 18 points of Level 2 Asian Studies units.

(4) Students are not permitted to include in the course, Level 1 units in any one subject area to a total value greater than 12 points.

1 The Asian Language major streams are Beginners' stream and Post-Secondary stream.

2 The majors complementary to Asian Studies are Anthropology, Archaeology, Economics, English, Geography, History, Employment Relations, Linguistics, and Political Science and International Relations.

Table 3.2.4a—Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, NSASIA1001Exploring Asian Identities
S2, NSASIA1002Creating Asian Modernities

3.2.5 Rescinded

3.2.6 Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) pass degree (11100)*

Note: At the Crawley campus this course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

3.2.6.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

3.2.6.2 Rescinded

Applicability of the Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

3.2.6.3 The Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees in 3.2.1 apply to the course.

Course structure

3.2.6.4(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 144 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.6a [Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) core units]—42 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 3.2.6b [Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) options]—6 points

and

(c) Level 1 units to a value of 36 to 54 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);1

and

(d) one unit from Group B in Table 3.2.6b [Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) options]—6 points

and

(e) Level 2 or 3 units from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options) to make up the remaining number of points required for the course and including units constituting a major chosen from the majors listed in Rule 3.2.2.5(1), excluding the double major in Psychology—36 to 54 points.

(2) Students are not permitted to include in the course, Level 1 units in any one subject area to a total value greater than 12 points.

1 Students are strongly recommended to include at least one additional Level 1 unit with a social sciences focus.

Table 3.2.6a—Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, NS COMM1001 Power, Participation and Meaning
S2, NS COMM2001 Communication and Mass Media
S1, NS COMM2002 Digital Media
  COMM2202 Cultures, New Media and Communications 1
S2 2, NS 3, N/A 4 COMM3001 Case Studies in Communication
S2, NS COMM3002 Media Production Project
S1, NS COMM3003 Designing Play

1 This unit is no longer available.

2 Crawley only.

3 Hong Kong only.

4 Singapore only.

 

Table 3.2.6b—Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1 ENGL1401 Page and Screen: Fiction in the Digital Age
S1 LING1001 Language and Communication

Group B

N/A ANTH2401 Constructing Cultures Through Media
S1, NS COMM3004 Journalism in Practice
NS COMM3901 Television and Video Production
NS, S1, S2, SS HUMA2901 Arts Practicum
S1, NS POLS2231 Politics of the Mass Media
  VISA3390 The Grand Tour: Visual and Verbal Contrasts from the Age of Enlightenment to the Era of Mass Tourism
 

3.2.7 Rescinded

3.2.8 Rescinded

3.2.9 Rescinded

3.2.10 Bachelor of Letters pass degree (10170)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

3.2.10.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

3.2.10.2 Rescinded

Applicability of the Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

3.2.10.3 The Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees in 3.2.1 apply to the course.

Admission

3.2.10.4 The admission requirement is the degree of Bachelor of Arts of this University.

Course structure

3.2.10.5(1) The course comprises Level 2 or 3 units to a total value of 96 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) Students must include in their course at least one of the majors set out in Rules 3.2.2.7 to 3.2.2.44.

(3) Except as set out in (4), or unless the Faculty approves otherwise in exceptional circumstances, students are not permitted to include in the course Level 2 and 3 units in any one subject area to a total value greater than 66 points.

(4) Students enrolled in a double major in Psychology1 are permitted to include Level 2 and 3 Psychology units to a total value of 72 points.

(5) Students may, with the approval of the Faculty, substitute Level 1 units up to the value of 24 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options) for the Level 2 or 3 units required under (1) of an equivalent value, subject to (6).

(6) Students are permitted to substitute units under (5) where the units are required for the completion of their first and/or second major(s).

1 Students completing the single major in Psychology are unable to complete a second major.

Time limit

3.2.10.6 Unless the Faculty permits otherwise in recognition of exceptional circumstances, the overall time limit for the Bachelor of Letters, whether taken on a full-time or part-time basis, is eight years.

3.2.11 Rescinded

3.2.12 Bachelor of Music pass and honours degree (10120)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students. Students are to contact the School of Music for advice on enrolment.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

3.2.12.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

3.2.12.2 Rescinded

Applicability of the Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

3.2.12.3 The Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees in 3.2.1 apply to the course.

Course structure

3.2.12.4 The course consists of units to a total value of 192 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.12a (Bachelor of Music core units)—90 points

and

(b) units comprising—

(i) the Applied Music (Pass degree) stream as set out in Rule 3.2.12.5—84 points

or

(ii) the Applied Music (Honours degree) stream as set out in Rule 3.2.12.6—84 points

or

(iii) the Music Studies (Pass degree) stream as set out in Rule 3.2.12.7—84 points

or

(iv) the Music Studies (Honours degree) stream as set out in Rule 3.2.12.8—84 points

and

(c) three non-music units approved by the Head of the School of Music or the Music Course Adviser—18 points.

Applied Music (Pass degree) stream

3.2.12.5 The Applied Music (Pass degree) stream comprises—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.12b [Applied Music (Pass degree) core units]—48 points

and

(b) units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.12e (Bachelor of Music options).

Applied Music (Honours degree) stream

3.2.12.6 The Applied Music (Honours degree) stream comprises—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.12c [Applied Music (Honours degree) core units]—72 points

and

(b) units to the value of 12 points from Table 3.2.12e (Bachelor of Music options).

Music Studies (Pass degree) stream

3.2.12.7 The Music Studies (Pass degree) stream comprises units to the value of 84 points from Table 3.2.12e (Bachelor of Music options) and, if necessary, other music and non-music units approved by the Head of the School of Music or the Music Course Adviser.

Music Studies (Honours degree) stream

3.2.12.8 The Music Studies (Honours degree) stream comprises—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.12d [Music Studies (Honours degree) core units]—48 points

and

(b) units to the value of 36 points from Table 3.2.12e (Bachelor of Music options) and, if necessary, other music and non-music units approved by the Head of the School of Music or the Music Course Adviser.

Table 3.2.12a—Bachelor of Music core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1MUSC1310Communication Skills in Music
S2MUSC1350Popular Music in Global Perspective
S1MUSC1321Music Language 1
S2MUSC1322Music Language 2
S1, S2MUSC1341Practical Music 1
S1, S2MUSC1342Practical Music 2
S1MUSC2331Western Art Music 1 (Renaissance and Baroque)
S2MUSC2332Western Art Music 2 (Classical and Romantic)
S2MUSC2350Music in World Cultures
S1MUSC2520Music Language 3
MUSC2550Music and Science
S1, S2MUSC2541Practical Music 3
S1, S2MUSC2542Practical Music 4
S1MUSC3331Western Art Music 3 (Modernist and Postmodernist)
S1MUSC3560Music Education in Research and Practice

Table 3.2.12b—Applied Music (Pass degree) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of 12 points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2MUSC3401Practical Studies 5
S1, S2MUSC3402Practical Studies 6
S1, S2MUSC4401Practical Studies 7
S1, S2MUSC4402Practical Studies 8

Table 3.2.12c—Applied Music (Honours degree) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2MUSC3401Practical Studies 5 (12 points)
S1, S2MUSC3402Practical Studies 6 (12 points)
S1, S2MUSC4140Music Honours Research 1 (12 points)
S1, S2MUSC4141Music Honours Research 2 (12 points)
S1MUSC4101Contemporary Debates in Music
S1MUSC4103Introduction to Music Research
S1MUSC4102Special unit: Professional Music Practices
S1, S2MUSC4104Music Research Project

Table 3.2.12d—Music Studies (Honours degree) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2MUSC4140Music Honours Research 1 (12 points)
S1, S2MUSC4141Music Honours Research 2 (12 points)
S1MUSC4101Contemporary Debates in Music
S1MUSC4103Introduction to Music Research
S1MUSC4102Special unit: Professional Music Practices
S1, S2MUSC4104Music Research Project

Table 3.2.12e—Bachelor of Music options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/A MUSC3332 Drama through Music: Studies in Opera
MUSC3333 Music, Aesthetics and Criticism 1
N/A MUSC3334 Soundscapes of Australia
N/A MUSC3351 Gongs, Punks and Shadow Plays
N/A MUSC3352 Music, Identity and Place
S2 MUSC3353 Music in the Community
N/A MUSC3354 Music, Mind and Medicine
N/A MUSC3521 Digital Audio
N/A MUSC3522 Music Analysis in Theory and Practice
S1, S2 MUSC3543 Advanced Ensemble
S2 MUSC3544 Topics in Performance Practice
MUSC3701 Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy 1 (3 points) 1
MUSC3702 Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy 2 (3 points) 1
MUSC3711 Choral Pedagogy 1: Choir Leadership (3 points) 1
MUSC3712 Choral Pedagogy 2: Choral Artistry (3 points) 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

3.2.13 Bachelor of Music Education pass and honours degree (11180)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

3.2.13.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

3.2.13.2 Rescinded

Applicability of the Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

3.2.13.3 The Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees in 3.2.1 apply to the course.

Course structure

3.2.13.4 The course consists of units to a total value of 192 points for the pass degree and 204 points for the honours degree comprising—

(a) all units in Table 3.2.12a (Bachelor of Music core units) or alternatives as approved by the Faculty on the recommendation of the School of Music—90 points

and

(b) all units in Table 3.2.13a (Bachelor of Music Education core units)—60 points

and

(c) one unit from Group C in Table b (Graduate Diploma in Education options) in the Faculty of Education Rules—6 points

and

(d)(i) MUSC4701 Instrumental and Vocal Music Teaching Practice 1 and MUSC4702 Instrumental and Vocal Music Teaching Practice 2—6 points

or

(ii) one Faculty of Education curriculum unit to the value of six points approved by the Head or Course Adviser of the School of Music;

and

(e) three non-music units approved by the Head or Course Adviser of the School of Music—18 points

and

(f)(i) for pass degree students, units to the value of 12 points comprising one unit from Table 3.2.12e (Bachelor of Music options) excluding:

MUSC3701 Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy 1 (3 points)
MUSC3702 Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy 2 (3 points)
MUSC3711 Choral Pedagogy 1: Choir Leadership (3 points)
MUSC3712 Choral Pedagogy 2: Choral Artistry (3 points)

or

(ii) for honours degree students, MUSC4140 Music Honours Research 1 and MUSC4141 Music Honours Research 2—24 points.

Table 3.2.13a—Bachelor of Music Education core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

MUSC3601 Primary Music Curriculum and Ensemble Training 1 1
MUSC3602 Primary Music Curriculum and Ensemble Training 2 1
MUSC3611 Primary Music Teaching Practice 1 1
MUSC3612 Primary Music Teaching Practice 2 1
MUSC3701 Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy 1 (3 points) 1
MUSC3702 Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy 2 (3 points) 1
MUSC3711 Choral Pedagogy 1: Choir Leadership (3 points) 1
MUSC3712 Choral Pedagogy 2: Choral Artistry (3 points) 1
MUSC4601 Secondary Music Curriculum and Materials 1 1
MUSC4602 Secondary Music Curriculum and Materials 2 1
MUSC4611 Secondary Music Teaching Practice 1 1
MUSC4612 Secondary Music Teaching Practice 2 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

3.3 Undergraduate diplomas

3.3.1 Faculty general provisions for undergraduate diplomas

Undergraduate diplomas with honours

Admission

3.3.1.1(1) The admission requirements for the undergraduate diploma with honours courses are—

(a) the corresponding diploma of this University passed at a sufficiently high level, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty;

and

(b) completion of the prerequisite of the honours course to which admission is sought.

(2) To be considered for honours candidature applicants must have completed the requirements of the qualifications on the basis of which admission is sought within the previous seven years and be recommended by the head of school concerned.

Course structure

3.3.1.2(1) A student must fulfil the requirements of a course recommended by the head of school concerned and approved by the Faculty.

(2) The course has a value of 48 points and includes a dissertation.

(3) The Faculty may approve joint honours courses which may be arranged by one or more schools.

Submission and examination of dissertation

3.3.1.3(1) Unless the Faculty permits otherwise, the dissertation must be received by the examiners by a date specified by the school concerned.

(2) A school must appoint two examiners for each dissertation who, following their examination of the dissertation, each provide a written report to the school.

(3) A student's supervisor will not normally be an examiner for the dissertation.

3.3.2 Rescinded

3.3.3 Rescinded

3.3.4 Diploma in Modern Languages (10300)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

3.3.4.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

3.3.4.2 Rescinded

Admission

3.3.4.3(1) Subject to (2), the Faculty may accept into the diploma course an applicant who is enrolled in an undergraduate degree course of this University.

(2) Unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional academic circumstances, students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts (10110), Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies), Bachelor of Arts (European Studies), Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies), Bachelor of Letters or a combined course are not permitted to enrol concurrently in the diploma course.

Course structure

3.3.4.4(1) In addition to the requirements of the concurrent undergraduate degree, students must complete units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 units to a total value of 12 points in Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian or Japanese language chosen from those listed in Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(b) Level 2 units to a total value of 18 points in the chosen language from those listed in Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options);

and

(c) Level 3 units to a total value of 18 points in the chosen language from those listed in Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options).

(2) Students may substitute an in-country (24 points) or field (12 points) language study unit for Level 2 or 3 units of equivalent value.

3.3.5 Rescinded

3.3.6 Rescinded

Faculty of Arts Rules for postgraduate courses

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

Graduate Diploma in Arts (10050)

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2011 Rules for the course.

Graduate Diploma in Arts (Advanced) (11050)

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course.

Doctor of Letters (10910)

Doctor of Music (10920)

4. UWA Business School Rules

Note: For the convenience of students and staff, the course code is recorded against the title of each course. This information, however, does not form part of the rules.

Rules approved up to July 2014.

Definitions

Unless the context suggests otherwise—

a core unit means a unit which is a compulsory unit in a course;

an option means a unit chosen from among a range of given options;

an elective means a unit which a student may choose freely from among the units available in the University subject to the rules for the unit concerned and to any Faculty rules which govern the number of points that must or may be counted towards the degree in question from units of a specific level;

the level of a unit indicates the amount of prior knowledge or maturity of learning required to study it successfully;

the Faculty includes a body or person to whom the Faculty has delegated responsibility for a function covered by the rule concerned.

UWA Business School Rules for undergraduate courses

4.1 Rescinded

4.2 Bachelor's degrees

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

4.2.1 Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

Academic Conduct Essentials module

4.2.1.1(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in a course of the University for the first time, irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake a module called Academic Conduct Essentials (the ACE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for the course.

(4) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet the other requirements for satisfactory progress set out in the rules for the course.

4.2.2 Bachelor of Economics pass degree (40120)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

4.2.2.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

4.2.2.2 Rescinded

Course structure

4.2.2.3(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 144 to 150 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 core units, options and electives to the value of 48 points;

and

(b) at least one major to a minimum value of 36 points;

and

(c) units to make up the remaining number of points required for the course, which may include an additional major or majors offered by the Faculty or by another faculty, and may include one or more minors.

(2) Students must complete—

(a) the Level 1 core units, options and electives in accordance with Rule 4.2.2.8—48 points

and

(b) at least one major chosen from the Bachelor of Economics majors set out in Rules 4.2.2.10 to 4.2.2.15—at least 36 points

and

(c) units to make up the remaining number of points required for the course chosen from—

the Bachelor of Economics majors set out in Rules 4.2.2.10 to 4.2.2.15; or

the Bachelor of Commerce majors set out in Rules 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A; or

the Bachelor of Economics minors set out in Rules 4.2.2.19 to 4.2.2.24; or

the Bachelor of Commerce minors set out in Rules 4.2.4.23 to 4.2.4.36; or

the Level 2 and 3 units in Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty); or

electives.

(3) Students may only undertake 150 points where the final six points accommodate a unit required to complete a major.

(4) Students who have not obtained a minimum scaled score of 50 in WACE Mathematics 3A/3B, WACE Mathematics 3C/3D, TEE subjects Applicable Mathematics or Calculus, or equivalent, must include ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics as one of their Level 1 options.

(5) Students who do not complete ECON1105/ECON2105 Rise of the Global Economy or ECON1141 Australian Economic History and who do not take a major in Employment Relations must complete as part of the course a Level 2 or Level 3 economic history unit chosen from the options in the Economic History major in the 2010 Rules for the course.

(6) Students must nominate their chosen major(s) when enrolling in units of a level higher than Level 1.

Substitution

4.2.2.3A(1) The Faculty may permit or require students to substitute other units for—

(a) units up to a total value of 12 points in the chosen major; and

(b) a unit to the value of six points in the chosen minor.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

(2) The Faculty may permit or require students to substitute Level 1 units up to a total value of 12 points for Level 2 units of the same points value for the purposes of professional accreditation, or to complete the prerequisites for an additional major or to meet the course requirements.

[Approved addition to University Policy]

Course structure for students who have previously completed a degree

4.2.2.4 The course for students who have been granted credit on the basis of a previously completed degree comprises units to a total value of at least 72 points of which at least 60 points must be from units of a level higher than Level 1.

Prerequisites

4.2.2.5(1) Prerequisites for units are set out under 'Unit details'.

(2) Unless the Faculty approves otherwise on academic grounds, students are not permitted to enrol in a unit unless they have completed the necessary prerequisite unit(s) within the previous five years.

(3) The Faculty may permit a student to enrol concurrently in Level 1 and Level 2 or 3 units but will not do so unless—

(a) the student is enrolled in sufficient Level 1 units to permit them to complete all of the remaining Level 1 requirements in that year of enrolment; or

(b) the student is required to complete Level 2 unit(s) as a prerequisite to further studies in the areas of mathematics or modern languages.

(4) Unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional circumstances, students who are enrolled concurrently in Level 1 and Level 2 or 3 units are not permitted to withdraw from the Level 1 unit(s) while retaining enrolment in the Level 2 or 3 units.

(5) Prerequisites for majors and minors offered by the Faculty are set out in the Faculty Rules for the major or minor concerned.

(6) Unless the Faculty approves otherwise, students are not permitted to commence a major or minor offered by the Faculty unless they have completed the necessary prerequisite unit(s) within the previous five years.

Satisfactory progress

4.2.2.6(1) Students will not have made satisfactory progress if—

(a) in a calendar year, they do not pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty; or

(b) they have failed the same unit for the third time.

(2) In determining whether or not a student has made satisfactory progress in terms of (1)(b), units attempted through University Extension are not taken into account.

[(1)(b) and (2) are approved additions under University Policy]

Progress status

4.2.2.7(1) Students who have made satisfactory progress are assigned the progress status of ‘Good Standing’ by the Faculty.

(2) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress under Rule 4.2.2.6(1)(a) for the first time are assigned the progress status of ‘Suspended’ by the Faculty.

(3) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress under Rule 4.2.2.6(1)(a) for the second time are assigned the progress status of ‘Excluded’ by the Faculty.

(4) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress under Rule 4.2.2.6(1)(b) for the first time are assigned the progress status of ‘Suspended’ by the Faculty.

(5) Students referred to in (4) who are permitted to re-enrol and who—

(a) subsequently fail the unit for a fourth time; or

(b) fail another unit for the third time,

are assigned the progress status of ‘Excluded’ by the Faculty.

Level 1 units

4.2.4.8 Students must complete—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4a (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 core units)—12 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 4.2.4b (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 options)—6 points1, 2

and

(c) units to a total value of 30 points from Group B in Table 4.2.4b (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 options) or Level 1 electives.1, 2

1 See Rule 4.2.4.3(4).

2 When choosing their options students are advised to take into consideration the prerequisites for their chosen major.

Table 4.2.2a—Bachelor of Economics Level 1 core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2ECON1101Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
S1, S2ECON1102Macroeconomics: Money and Finance

Table 4.2.2b—Bachelor of Economics Level 1 options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1, S2STAT1520Economic and Business Statistics
a Level 1 mathematics or statistics unit approved by the Faculty

Group B

S1, S2ACCT1101Financial Accounting
N/AACCT1112Management Accounting
N/AECON1141Australian Economic History
S1EMPL1101Introduction to Employment Relations
N/AEMPL1102Australian Employment Relations
S2LAWS1104Introduction to Law
S1, S2MGMT1135Organisational Behaviour
S1 1, S2 2MGMT1136 Management and Organisations

1 Crawley only; 2 Crawley and Albany

Bachelor of Economics majors

Note: These majors may also be taken by students in the Bachelor of Commerce course.

4.2.2.9(1) The Bachelor of Economics majors comprise units of a level higher than Level 1 to the value of at least 36 points as set out in the respective rules which follow.

(2) If a student has been granted unspecified credit for a Level 1 unit or units on the basis of having previously completed work which is the same or substantially the same as a core unit in their chosen major, the student is required to substitute another unit for that core unit.

[Approved addition to University Policy]

Economics major (MJ-ECONS)

4.2.2.10(1) The prerequisites for the Economics major are the units required under Rule 4.2.2.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Economics major comprises all units in Table 4.2.2c (Economics major core units)—36 points.

Quantitative Economics major (MJ-ECQNT)

4.2.2.11(1) The prerequisites for the Quantitative Economics major are the units required under Rule 4.2.2.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Quantitative Economics major comprises all units in Table 4.2.2d (Quantitative Economics major core units)—36 points.

4.2.2.12 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.2e and 4.2.2f]

Employment Relations (Economics) major (MJ-EMPEC)

4.2.2.13(1) The prerequisites for the Employment Relations (Economics) major are the units required under Rule 4.2.2.8(a).

(2) The co-requisites for the Employment Relations (Economics) major are the following:

S1, S2ECON2233Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2ECON2234Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications

(3) The Employment Relations (Economics) major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.2g [Employment Relations (Economics) major core units]—12 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 4.2.2h [Employment Relations (Economics) major options]—6 points

and

(c) one unit from Group B in Table 4.2.2h [Employment Relations (Economics) major options]—6 points

and

(d) except as set out in (4), two units from Group C in Table 4.2.2h [Employment Relations (Economics) major options]—12 points.

(4) Students who choose EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations from Group A or EMPL1102 Australian Employment Relations from Group B in Table 4.2.2h [Employment Relations (Economics) major options] must take an additional unit from Group C in Table 4.2.2h for each of those units chosen.

Money and Banking major (MJ-MONBK)

4.2.2.14(1) The prerequisites for the Money and Banking major are—

(a) the units required under Rule 4.2.2.8(a);

and

(b) ACCT1101 Financial Accounting.

(2) The Money and Banking major comprises all units in Table 4.2.2i (Money and Banking major core units)—36 points.

International Business Economics major (MJ-INTBE)

4.2.2.15(1) The prerequisites for the International Business Economics major are—

(a) the units required under Rule 4.2.2.8(a);

and

(b) ACCT1101 Financial Accounting.

(2) The International Business Economics major comprises all units in Table 4.2.2j (International Business Economics major core units)—42 points.

4.2.2.16 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.2k and 4.2.2l]

Table 4.2.2c—Economics major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2ECON2233Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2ECON2234Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
S1, S2ECON2271Business Econometrics
S2ECON3272Intermediate Mathematics for Economists
S1ECON3302Applied Microeconomics
S2ECON3303Applied Macroeconomics

Table 4.2.2d—Quantitative Economics major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2ECON2233Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2ECON2234Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
S1, S2ECON2271Business Econometrics
S2ECON3272Intermediate Mathematics for Economists
S2ECON3371Econometrics
N/AECON3372Advanced Mathematics for Economists

Table 4.2.2g—Employment Relations (Economics) major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

EMPL2203Work, Power and Society
S2EMPL2206Social Psychology of Work

Table 4.2.2h—Employment Relations (Economics) major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1 EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations
N/A EMPL2201 Foundations of Employment Relations

Group B

N/A EMPL1102 Australian Employment Relations
S2 EMPL2202 Australian Employment Relations

Group C

S1, SS HRMT2237 Human Resource Management
S2 EMPL3208 Managing Diversity
S2 EMPL3241 International Employment Relations
S1 EMPL3270 Negotiation: Theory and Practice
S2 LAWS2309 Work and the Law
 

Table 4.2.2i—Money and Banking major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2ECON2233Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2ECON2234Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
S1ECON3210Monetary Economics
S1ECON3236International Finance
S2ECON3350Money, Banking and Financial Markets
S1FINA3304Banking: Theory and Practice

Table 4.2.2j—International Business Economics major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2ECON2233Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2ECON2234Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2ECON2245Business Economics
N/AECON3203Asia in the World Economy
S2ECON3235International Trade
S1ECON3236International Finance
S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance

Bachelor of Economics minors

Note: These minors may also be taken by students in the Bachelor of Commerce course.

4.2.2.17 The Bachelor of Economics minors comprise units of a level higher than Level 1 to the value of 24 points as set out in the respective rules which follow.

4.2.2.18 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.2m and 4.2.2n]

Economics minor (MN-ECONS)

4.2.2.19(1) The prerequisites for the Economics minor are the units required under Rule 4.2.2.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Economics minor comprises all units in Table 4.2.2o (Economics minor core units)—24 points.

4.2.2.20 Rescinded [including Table 4.2.2p]

Employment Relations minor (MN-EMPEC)

4.2.2.21(1) The Employment Relations minor comprises units to a minimum total value of 24 points and a maximum total value of 36 points which must include 24 points of Level 2 units including—

(a) one unit from Group A in Table 4.2.2q (Employment Relations minor options)—6 points

and

(b) one unit from Group B in Table 4.2.2q (Employment Relations minor options)—6 points

and

(c) at least two units from Group C in Table 4.2.2q (Employment Relations minor options)—12 points.

(2) Students who choose EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations from Group A or EMPL1102 Australian Employment Relations from Group B in Table 4.2.2q (Employment Relations minor options) must take an additional unit from Group C in Table 4.2.2q for each of those units chosen.

International Business Economics minor (MN-INTBE)

4.2.2.22(1) The prerequisites for the International Business Economics minor are the units required under Rule 4.2.2.8(a) and (b).

(2) The International Business Economics minor comprises units to the value of 24 points from Table 4.2.2r (International Business Economics minor options).

Money and Trade minor (MN-MONT)

4.2.2.23(1) The prerequisites for the Money and Trade minor are the units required under 4.2.2.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Money and Trade minor comprises all units in Table 4.2.2s (Money and Trade minor core units)—24 points.

Quantitative Economics minor (MN-ECQNT)

4.2.2.24(1) The prerequisites for the Quantitative Economics minor are the units required under Rule 4.2.2.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Quantitative Economics minor comprises all units in Table 4.2.2t (Quantitative Economics minor core units)—24 points.

Table 4.2.2o—Economics minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2ECON2233Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2ECON2234Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
S1ECON3302Applied Microeconomics
S2ECON3303Applied Macroeconomics

Table 4.2.2q—Employment Relations minor options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1EMPL1101Introduction to Employment Relations
N/AEMPL2201Foundations of Employment Relations

Group B

N/AEMPL1102Australian Employment Relations
S2EMPL2202Australian Employment Relations

Group C

S1, SSHRMT2237Human Resource Management
EMPL2203 Work, Power and Society 1
S2EMPL2206Social Psychology of Work
S2EMPL3208Managing Diversity
S2EMPL3241International Employment Relations
S1EMPL3270Negotiation: Theory and Practice
S2LAWS2309Work and the Law

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table 4.2.2r—International Business Economics minor options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2ECON2245Business Economics
N/AECON3203Asia in the World Economy
N/AECON3204Finance and Economics for Minerals and Energy
S2ECON3235International Trade
S1ECON3236International Finance

Table 4.2.2s—Money and Trade minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1ECON3210Monetary Economics
S2ECON3235International Trade
S1ECON3236International Finance
S2ECON3350Money, Banking and Financial Markets

Table 4.2.2t—Quantitative Economics minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2ECON2271Business Econometrics
S2ECON3272Intermediate Mathematics for Economists
S2ECON3371Econometrics
N/AECON3372Advanced Mathematics for Economists

Table 4.2.2u—Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/A ABUS2290 Cultural Foundations of Asian Business
S1, S2, SS ACCT2201 Corporate Accounting
N/A ACCT2242 Accounting Information Systems
S1 ACCT2331 Taxation
N/A ACCT3202 Advanced Corporate Accounting
S2 ACCT3203 Contemporary Managerial Accounting
N/A ACCT3206 Performance Measurement and Evaluation
S2 ACCT3302 Financial Statement Analysis
S1 ACCT3321 Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice
S2 ACCT3322 Auditing
S1 ACCT3323 Strategic Management Accounting
NS, S1, S2 BUSN3348 Business Practicum
S1 ECON2105 Rise of the Global Economy
S1, S2 ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2 ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2 ECON2245 Business Economics
S1, S2 ECON2271 Business Econometrics
S1 ECON3210 Monetary Economics
S2 ECON3235 International Trade
S1 ECON3236 International Finance
S2 ECON3272 Intermediate Mathematics for Economists
N/A ECON3203 Asia in the World Economy
N/A ECON3204 Finance and Economics for Minerals and Energy
S1 ECON3300 Agricultural Economics and Marketing
S1 ECON3302 Applied Microeconomics
S2 ECON3303 Applied Macroeconomics
S1 ECON3310 History of Economic Ideas
S2 ECON3350 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
S2 ECON3371 Econometrics
N/A ECON3372 Advanced Mathematics for Economists
S1 FINA2204 Derivative Products and Markets
S1 FINA2205 Quantitative Methods for Finance
S1 FINA2207 Business Analysis and Valuation
S2 FINA2209 Financial Planning
S1, S2 FINA2221 Introduction to Finance
S1, S2, SS FINA2222 Corporate Financial Policy
S1 FINA3304 Banking: Theory and Practice
S2 FINA3306 Derivative Strategies and Pricing
S2 FINA3307 Trading in Securities Markets
S1 FINA3324 Investment Analysis
S2 FINA3326 Applied Financial Management
S1, SS HRMT2237 Human Resource Management
S1 HRMT3344 Staffing Organisations
S2 HRMT3345 Managing Jobs, Performance and Wellbeing
S2 INMT2232 Project Management
N/A EMPL2201 Foundations of Employment Relations
S2 EMPL2202 Australian Employment Relations
  EMPL2203 Work, Power and Society 1
S2 EMPL2206 Social Psychology of Work
S2 EMPL3208 Managing Diversity
S2 EMPL3241 International Employment Relations
S1 EMPL3270 Negotiation: Theory and Practice
S1 LAWS2201 Legal Framework of Business
S2, SS LAWS2301 Company Law
S2 LAWS2309 Work and the Law
S1 LAWS3306 Finance Law
S2 LAWS3308 Marketing, Management and the Law
S1 LAWS3328 International Commercial Law
N/A MGMT2235 Organisational Behaviour
N/A MGMT2236 Management and Organisations
S2 MGMT2311 Organisational Learning and Innovation
S1 MGMT2341 International Management
S2 MGMT3308 Supply Chain Management
S1, SS MGMT3342 Entrepreneurship
S1 MGMT3346 Managing Organisational Change
S2 MGMT3347 Strategic Management
S1 MKTG2203 Marketing Management
S2 MKTG2204 Consumer Behaviour
S2, SS MKTG2238 Advertising and Promotion
S2 MKTG2301 Small Business Management
S2 MKTG3303 New Product Development and Commercialisation
  MKTG3305 Marketing Research 1
S2 MKTG3306 Strategic Marketing
S1 MKTG3307 Contemporary Marketing Issues
S1 MKTG3310 International Marketing
S2 MKTG3311 Services Marketing

1 This unit is no longer available.

 

4.2.3 Bachelor of Economics honours degree (4012H)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

4.2.3.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Admission

4.2.3.2 The admission requirements are a bachelor’s degree of this University passed within the previous five years at a sufficiently high level as determined by the Faculty and including one of the majors set out in Rules 4.2.2.10 to 4.2.2.15; or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty.

Course structure

4.2.3.3 The course consists of units to the value of 48 points comprising the Economics honours specialisation set out in Rule 4.2.3.8.

Substitution

4.2.3.3A The Faculty may permit or require a student to substitute for units in the honours specialisation, up to a value of 12 points, two other honours-level units of the same value, one of which may be a unit offered by another faculty.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

Satisfactory progress

4.2.3.4 To make satisfactory progress in the course students must pass all units in which they are enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

Progress status

4.2.3.5 The Faculty, on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners, may assign a progress status of ‘Excluded’ to a student who has failed to make satisfactory progress.

4.2.3.6 Rescinded

4.2.3.7 Rescinded

Honours specialisation

Economics Honours (Economics) specialisation (MJ-ECONS)

4.2.3.8 The Economics Honours (Economics) specialisation comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.3a [Economics Honours (Economics) specialisation core units]—24 points

and

(b) units to the value of 24 points from Table 4.2.3b [Economics Honours (Economics) specialisation options].

Table 4.2.3a—Economics Honours (Economics) specialisation core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2ECON4486Dissertation (Economics) Part 1
S1, S2ECON4487Dissertation (Economics) Part 2
S1, S2ECON4488Dissertation (Economics) Part 3
S1, S2ECON4489Dissertation (Economics) Part 4

Table 4.2.3b—Economics Honours (Economics) specialisation options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1ECON4401Applied Econometrics and Research Methods
S1ECON4402Microeconomic Theory
S2ECON4405Public Economics
S1ECON4408Advanced Development Economics
NSECON4410Environmental and Resource Economics
S1ECON4413Applied Advanced Econometrics
S2ECON4415International Finance and Markets
S2ECON4418Macroeconomic Theory
S2ECON4450Advanced International Trade
S2ECON4503Advanced Economic Analysis
S2ECON4504Advanced Quantitative Economics
S1ECON4507History of Economic Thought

4.2.4 Bachelor of Commerce pass degree (40110)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

4.2.4.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

4.2.4.2 Rescinded

Course structure

4.2.4.3(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 144 to 150 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 core units, options and electives to the value of 48 points;

and

(b) at least one major to a minimum value of 36 points;

and

(c) units to make up the remaining number of points required for the course which may include an additional major or majors offered by the Faculty or by another faculty, and may include one or more minors.

(2) Students must complete—

(a) the Level 1 core units, options and electives in accordance with Rule 4.2.4.8—48 points

and

(b) at least one major chosen from the Bachelor of Commerce majors set out in Rules 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A—at least 36 points

and

(c) units to make up the remaining number of points required for the course chosen from—

the Bachelor of Commerce majors set out in Rules 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A; or

the Bachelor of Economics majors set out in Rules 4.2.2.10 to 4.2.2.15; or

the Bachelor of Commerce minors set out in Rules 4.2.4.23 to 4.2.4.36; or

the Bachelor of Economics minors set out in Rules 4.2.2.19 to 4.2.2.24; or

the Level 2 and 3 units in Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty); or

electives.

(3) Students may only undertake 150 points where the final six points accommodate a unit required to complete a major.

(4) Students who have not obtained a minimum scaled score of 50 in WACE Mathematics 3A/3B, WACE Mathematics 3C/3D, TEE subjects Applicable Mathematics or Calculus, or equivalent, must include ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics as one of their Level 1 options.

(5) Students must nominate their chosen major(s) when enrolling in units of a level higher than Level 1.

Substitution

4.2.4.3A(1) The Faculty may permit or require students to substitute other units for—

(a) units up to the value of 12 points in the chosen major; and

(b) a unit to the value of six points in the chosen minor.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

(2) The Faculty may permit or require students to substitute Level 1 units up to a total value of 12 points for Level 2 units of the same points value for the purposes of professional accreditation, or to complete the prerequisites for an additional major or to meet the course requirements.

[Approved addition to University Policy]

Course structure for students who have previously completed a degree

4.2.4.4 The course for students who have been granted credit on the basis of a previously completed degree comprises units to a total value of at least 72 points of which at least 60 points must be from units of a level higher than Level 1.

Prerequisites

4.2.4.5(1) Prerequisites for units are set out under 'Unit details'.

(2) Unless the Faculty approves otherwise on academic grounds, students are not permitted to enrol in a unit unless they have completed the necessary prerequisite unit(s) within the previous five years.

(3) The Faculty may permit a student to enrol concurrently in Level 1 and Level 2 or 3 units but will not do so unless—

(a) the student is enrolled in sufficient Level 1 units to permit them to complete all of the remaining Level 1 requirements in that year of enrolment; or

(b) the student is required to complete Level 2 unit(s) as a prerequisite to further studies in the areas of mathematics or modern languages.

(4) Unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional circumstances, students who are enrolled concurrently in Level 1 and Level 2 or 3 units are not permitted to withdraw from the Level 1 unit(s) while retaining enrolment in the Level 2 or 3 units.

(5) Prerequisites for majors and minors offered by the Faculty are set out in the Faculty Rules for the major or minor concerned.

(6) Unless the Faculty approves otherwise, students are not permitted to commence a major or minor offered by the Faculty unless they have completed the necessary prerequisite unit(s) within the previous five years.

Satisfactory progress

4.2.4.6(1) Students will not have made satisfactory progress if—

(a) in a calendar year, they do not pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty; or

(b) they have failed the same unit for the third time.

(2) In determining whether or not a student has made satisfactory progress in terms of (1)(b), units attempted through University Extension are not taken into account.

[(1)(b) and (2) are approved additions to University Policy]

Progress status

4.2.4.7(1) Students who have made satisfactory progress are assigned the progress status of ‘Good Standing’ by the Faculty.

(2) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress under Rule 4.2.4.6(1)(a) for the first time are assigned the progress status of ‘Suspended’ by the Faculty.

(3) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress under Rule 4.2.4.6(1)(a) for the second time are assigned the progress status of ‘Excluded’.

(4) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress under Rule 4.2.4.6(1)(b) for the first time are assigned the progress status of ‘Suspended’ by the Faculty.

(5) Students referred to in (4) who are permitted to re-enrol and who—

(a) subsequently fail the unit for a fourth time; or

(b) fail another unit for the third time,

are assigned the progress status of ‘Excluded’ by the Faculty.

Table 4.2.4a—Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2 ACCT1101 Financial Accounting
S1, S2 ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets

Table 4.2.4b—Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1, S2STAT1520Economic and Business Statistics
a Level 1 mathematics or statistics unit approved by the Faculty

Group B

N/AACCT1112Management Accounting
S1, S2ECON1102Macroeconomics: Money and Finance
N/AECON1141Australian Economic History
S1EMPL1101Introduction to Employment Relations
N/AEMPL1102Australian Employment Relations
S2LAWS1104Introduction to Law
S1, S2MGMT1135Organisational Behaviour
S1 1, S2 2MGMT1136 Management and Organisations

1 Crawley only; 2 Crawley and Albany

Bachelor of Commerce majors

Note: These majors may also be taken by students in the Bachelor of Economics course.

4.2.4.9(1) The Bachelor of Commerce majors comprise units of a level higher than Level 1 to the value of at least 36 points as set out in the respective rules which follow.

(2) If a student has been granted unspecified credit for a Level 1 unit or units on the basis of having previously completed work which is the same or substantially the same as a core unit in their chosen major, the student is required to substitute another unit for that core unit.

[Approved addition to University Policy]

Financial Accounting major (MJ-FINAC)

4.2.4.10(1) The prerequisites for the Financial Accounting major are:

S1, S2ACCT1101Financial Accounting
N/AACCT1112Management Accounting

(2) The Financial Accounting major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4c (Financial Accounting major core units)—24 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 4.2.4d (Financial Accounting major options)—6 points

and

(c) one unit from Group B in Table 4.2.4d (Financial Accounting major options)—6 points.

Managerial Accounting major (MJ-MGACC)

4.2.4.11(1) The prerequisites for the Managerial Accounting major are:

S1, S2ACCT1101Financial Accounting
N/AACCT1112Management Accounting

(2) The Managerial Accounting major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4e (Managerial Accounting major core units)—24 points

and

(b) units to the value of 12 points from Table 4.2.4f (Managerial Accounting major options).

Finance (Corporate) major (MJ-FINCP)

4.2.4.12(1) The prerequisite for the Finance (Corporate) major is ACCT1101 Financial Accounting.

(2) The Finance (Corporate) major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4g [Finance (Corporate) major core units]—24 points

and

(b) units to the value of 12 points from Table 4.2.4h [Finance (Corporate) major options].

(3) Students are not permitted to include both ACCT3302 Financial Statement Analysis and FINA2207 Business Analysis and Valuation.

Finance (Investment) major (MJ-FINIV)

Note: A higher-level statistics unit, especially one associated with a calculus unit, would be an advantage in completing this major.

4.2.4.13(1) The prerequisites for the Finance (Investment) major are:

S1, S2ACCT1101Financial Accounting
S1, S2STAT1520Economic and Business Statistics

(2) The Finance (Investment) major consists of units to the value of 36 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4i [Finance (Investment) major core units]—18 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 4.2.4j [Finance (Investment) major options]—6 points

and

(c) one unit from Group B in Table 4.2.4j [Finance (Investment) major options]—6 points

and

(d) one other unit from Group B or a unit from Group C in Table 4.2.4j [Finance (Investment) major options]—6 points.

Finance (Quantitative) major (MJ-FINQT)

4.2.4.14(1) The prerequisites for the Finance (Quantitative) major are—

(a) ACCT1101 Financial Accounting;

and

(b) mathematics units to the value of 12 points chosen from:

S1, S2MATH1001Mathematical Methods 1
S1, S2MATH1002Mathematical Methods 2
MATH1712Intermediate Mathematics Specialist
S2STAT1400Statistics for Science

(2) The Finance (Quantitative) major consists of units to a total value of 60 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4m [Finance (Quantitative) major core units]—18 points

and

(b) Level 2 units to the value of 12 points chosen from those offered by the School of Mathematics and Statistics;

and

(c) a Level 3 unit to the value of six points chosen from those offered by the School of Mathematics and Statistics;

and

(d) units to the value of 24 points from Table 4.2.4n [Finance (Quantitative) major options].

Management major (MJ-MGMNT)

4.2.4.15(1) The prerequisites/co-requisites for the Management major are—

(a) one of the following:

S1, S2MGMT1135Organisational Behaviour
N/AMGMT2235Organisational Behaviour

and

(b) one of the following:

S1 1, S2 2MGMT1136 Management and Organisations
N/AMGMT2236Management and Organisations

1 Crawley only; 2 Crawley and Albany

(2) The Management major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4o (Management major core units)—24 points

and

(b) units to the value of 12 points from Table 4.2.4p (Management major options).

Human Resource Management major (MJ-HRSMT)

4.2.4.16(1) The prerequisites/co-requisites for the Human Resource Management major are—

(a) one of the following:

S1 1, S2 2MGMT1136 Management and Organisations
N/AMGMT2236Management and Organisations

1 Crawley only; 2 Crawley and Albany

and

(b) one of the following:

S1, S2MGMT1135Organisational Behaviour
N/AMGMT2235Organisational Behaviour

(2) The Human Resource Management major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4q (Human Resource Management major core units)—24 points

and

(b) except as set out in (3), units to the value of 12 points from Table 4.2.4r (Human Resource Management major options).

4.2.4.17 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.4s and 4.2.4t]

Marketing major (MJ-MRKTG)

4.2.4.18(1) The Marketing major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4u (Marketing major core units)—24 points

and

(b) units to the value of 12 points from Table 4.2.4v (Marketing major options).

(2) Students must not include both LAWS3308 Marketing, Management and the Law and LAWS3328 International Commercial Law.

4.2.4.19 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.4w and 4.2.4x]

4.2.4.20 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.4y and 4.2.4z]

Employment Relations (Commerce) major (MJ-EMPCO)

4.2.4.21(1) The Employment Relations (Commerce) major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4aa [Employment Relations (Commerce) major core units]—12 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 4.2.4ab [Employment Relations (Commerce) major options]—6 points

and

(c) one unit from Group B in Table 4.2.4ab [Employment Relations (Commerce) major options]—6 points

and

(d) for students other than those referred to in (2), units to the value of 12 points from Group C in Table 4.2.4ab [Employment Relations (Commerce) major options].

(2) Students who choose EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations from Group A or EMPL1102 Australian Employment Relations from Group B in Table 4.2.4ab [Employment Relations (Commerce) major options] must take an additional unit from Group C in Table 4.2.4ab for each of those units chosen.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major (MJ-ENINV)

4.2.4.21A The Entrepreneurship and Innovation major comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4ac (Entrepreneurship and Innovation major core units)—18 points

and

(b) units to the value of 18 points from Table 4.2.4ad (Entrepreneurship and Innovation major options).

Table 4.2.4c—Financial Accounting major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2, SSACCT2201Corporate Accounting
N/AACCT3202Advanced Corporate Accounting
S1ACCT3321Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice
S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance

Table 4.2.4d—Financial Accounting major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S2ACCT3302Financial Statement Analysis
S1FINA2207Business Analysis and Valuation

Group B

N/AACCT2242Accounting Information Systems
S1ACCT2331Taxation
S2ACCT3203Contemporary Managerial Accounting
S2ACCT3322Auditing
S1ACCT3323Strategic Management Accounting

Table 4.2.4e—Managerial Accounting major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/AACCT2242Accounting Information Systems
S2ACCT3203Contemporary Managerial Accounting
N/AACCT3206Performance Measurement and Evaluation
S1ACCT3323Strategic Management Accounting

Table 4.2.4f—Managerial Accounting major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1ACCT2331Taxation
S2ACCT3322Auditing
S2ECON2245Business Economics
S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance
S1FINA3324Investment Analysis
S1LAWS2201Legal Framework of Business
N/AMGMT2235Organisational Behaviour
N/AMGMT2236Management and Organisations
S2MGMT2311Organisational Learning and Innovation
S1, SSMGMT3342Entrepreneurship
S1MGMT3346Managing Organisational Change
S2MGMT3347Strategic Management

Table 4.2.4g—Finance (Corporate) major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance
S1, S2, SSFINA2222Corporate Financial Policy
S1FINA3324Investment Analysis
S2FINA3326Applied Financial Management

Table 4.2.4h—Finance (Corporate) major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2, SSACCT2201Corporate Accounting
S1ACCT2331Taxation
S2ACCT3302Financial Statement Analysis
N/AECON3204Finance and Economics for Minerals and Energy
S1ECON3210Monetary Economics
S1ECON3236International Finance
S1FINA2207Business Analysis and Valuation
S2FINA2209Financial Planning
S1FINA3304Banking: Theory and Practice
S2, SSLAWS2301Company Law
S1LAWS3306Finance Law

Table 4.2.4i—Finance (Investment) major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1FINA2204Derivative Products and Markets
S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance
S1FINA3324Investment Analysis

Table 4.2.4j—Finance (Investment) major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1, S2ECON2271Business Econometrics
S1 FINA2205 Quantitative Methods for Finance 1

Group B

S2FINA3306Derivative Strategies and Pricing
S2FINA3307Trading in Securities Markets

Group C

S2ACCT3302Financial Statement Analysis
S1, S2ECON2271Business Econometrics
N/AECON3204Finance and Economics for Minerals and Energy
S1ECON3210Monetary Economics
S1ECON3236International Finance
S1FINA2207Business Analysis and Valuation
S2FINA2209Financial Planning
S1FINA3304Banking: Theory and Practice

1 This unit requires an additional prerequisite of six points of calculus.

Rescinded—Tables 4.2.4k and 4.2.4l

Table 4.2.4m—Finance (Quantitative) major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2 FINA2221 Introduction to Finance
S1 FINA3324 Investment Analysis
  STAT3364 3S4: Applied Probability in Commerce and Finance
 

Table 4.2.4n—Finance (Quantitative) major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1FINA2204Derivative Products and Markets
S2FINA2209Financial Planning
S1, S2, SSFINA2222Corporate Financial Policy
S2FINA3306Derivative Strategies and Pricing
S2FINA3307Trading in Securities Markets
S2FINA3326Applied Financial Management

Table 4.2.4o—Management major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, SSHRMT2237Human Resource Management
S2MGMT2311Organisational Learning and Innovation
S1MGMT2341International Management
S2MGMT3347Strategic Management

Table 4.2.4p—Management major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1HRMT3344Staffing Organisations
S2INMT2232Project Management
S2EMPL2202Australian Employment Relations
S2EMPL2206Social Psychology of Work
S1EMPL3270Negotiation: Theory and Practice
S2MGMT3308Supply Chain Management
S1, SSMGMT3342Entrepreneurship
S1MGMT3346Managing Organisational Change
S1MKTG2203Marketing Management
S2MKTG2301Small Business Management
S2MKTG3303New Product Development and Commercialisation

Table 4.2.4q—Human Resource Management major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, SS HRMT2237 Human Resource Management
S1 HRMT3344 Staffing Organisations
S2 HRMT3345 Managing Jobs, Performance and Wellbeing
N/A EMPL2201 Foundations of Employment Relations
 

Table 4.2.4r—Human Resource Management major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2EMPL2202Australian Employment Relations
S2EMPL2206Social Psychology of Work
S2EMPL3208Managing Diversity
S2EMPL3241International Employment Relations
S1EMPL3270Negotiation: Theory and Practice
S2LAWS2309Work and the Law
S2MGMT2311Organisational Learning and Innovation
S1MGMT3346Managing Organisational Change

Table 4.2.4u—Marketing major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1MKTG2203Marketing Management
S2MKTG2204Consumer Behaviour
MKTG3305 Marketing Research 1
S2MKTG3306Strategic Marketing

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table 4.2.4v—Marketing major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2LAWS3308Marketing, Management and the Law
S1LAWS3328International Commercial Law
S2MGMT3308Supply Chain Management
S2, SSMKTG2238Advertising and Promotion
S1MKTG3307Contemporary Marketing Issues
S1MKTG3310International Marketing
S2MKTG3311Services Marketing

Table 4.2.4aa—Employment Relations (Commerce) major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

EMPL2203 Work, Power and Society 1
S2EMPL2206Social Psychology of Work

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table 4.2.4ab—Employment Relations (Commerce) major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1 EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations
N/A EMPL2201 Foundations of Employment Relations

Group B

N/A EMPL1102 Australian Employment Relations
S2 EMPL2202 Australian Employment Relations

Group C

S1, SS HRMT2237 Human Resource Management
S2 EMPL3208 Managing Diversity
S2 EMPL3241 International Employment Relations
S1 EMPL3270 Negotiation: Theory and Practice
S2 LAWS2309 Work and the Law
 

Table 4.2.4ac—Entrepreneurship and Innovation major core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, SSMGMT3342Entrepreneurship
S2MKTG2301Small Business Management
S2MKTG3303New Product Development and Commercialisation

Table 4.2.4ad—Entrepreneurship and Innovation major options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2ACCT3203Contemporary Managerial Accounting
S2ACCT3302Financial Statement Analysis
S2ECON2245Business Economics
S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance
N/AMGMT2235Organisational Behaviour
S2MGMT2311Organisational Learning and Innovation
S1MKTG2203Marketing Management
S2, SSMKTG2238Advertising and Promotion
S2MGMT3347Strategic Management

Bachelor of Commerce minors

Note: These minors may also be taken by students in the Bachelor of Economics course.

4.2.4.22 The Bachelor of Commerce minors comprise units of a level higher than Level 1 to the value of 24 points as set out in the respective rules which follow.

Financial Accounting minor (MN-FINAC)

4.2.4.23(1) The prerequisites for the Financial Accounting minor are the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Financial Accounting minor comprises—

(a) the unit in Table 4.2.4ae (Financial Accounting minor core unit)—6 points

and

(b) one unit from Group A in Table 4.2.4af (Financial Accounting minor options)—6 points

and

(c) units to the value of 12 points from Group B in Table 4.2.4af (Financial Accounting minor options).

Managerial Accounting minor (MN-MGACC)

4.2.4.24(1) The prerequisites for the Managerial Accounting minor are—

(a) the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b);

and

(b) ACCT1112 Management Accounting.

(2) The Managerial Accounting minor comprises all units in Table 4.2.4ag (Managerial Accounting minor core units)—24 points.

Finance (Corporate) minor (MN-FINCP)

4.2.4.25(1) The prerequisites for the Finance (Corporate) minor are the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Finance (Corporate) minor comprises all units in Table 4.2.4ah [Finance (Corporate) minor core units].

Finance (Investment) minor (MN-FINIV)

4.2.4.26(1) The prerequisites for the Finance (Investment) minor are the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Finance (Investment) minor comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4ai [Finance (Investment) minor core units]—18 points

and

(b) one unit from Table 4.2.4aj [Finance (Investment) minor options]—6 points.

Business Law minor (MN-BSLAW)

4.2.4.27(1) The prerequisites for the Business Law minor are—

(a) the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b);

and

(b) LAWS1104 Introduction to Law.

(2) The Business Law minor comprises—

(a) the unit in Table 4.2.4ak (Business Law minor core unit)—6 points

and

(b) units to the value of 18 points from Table 4.2.4al (Business Law minor options).

Human Resource Management minor (MN-HRSMT)

4.2.4.28(1) The prerequisites for the Human Resource Management minor are—

(a) the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b);

and

(b) one of the following:

S1, S2MGMT1135Organisational Behaviour
N/AMGMT2235Organisational Behaviour

(2) Except as set out in (3), the Human Resource Management minor comprises all units in Table 4.2.4am (Human Resource Management minor core units)—24 points.

4.2.4.29 Rescinded [including Table 4.2.4an]

Marketing minor (MN-MRKTG)

4.2.4.30(1) The prerequisites for the Marketing minor are the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Marketing minor comprises all units in Table 4.2.4ao (Marketing minor core units)—24 points.

Strategic Management minor (MN-STRMT)

4.2.4.31(1) The prerequisites/co-requisites for the Strategic Management minor are—

(a) the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b);

and

(b) MGMT1136/MGMT2236 Management and Organisations.

(2) The Strategic Management minor comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4ap (Strategic Management minor core units)—18 points

and

(b) one unit from Table 4.2.4aq (Strategic Management minor options)—6 points.

4.2.4.32 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.4ar and 4.2.4as]

4.2.4.33 Rescinded

Employment Relations minor (MN-EMPCO)

4.2.4.34(1) The Employment Relations minor comprises units to a minimum total value of 24 points and a maximum total value of 36 points which must include 24 points of Level 2 units including—

(a) one unit from Group A in Table 4.2.4at [Employment Relations minor options]—6 points

and

(b) one unit from Group B in Table 4.2.4at [Employment Relations minor options]—6 points

and

(c) at least two units from Group C in Table 4.2.4at [Employment Relations minor options]—12 points.

(2) Students who choose EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations from Group A or EMPL1102 Australian Employment Relations from Group B in Table 4.2.4at [Employment Relations minor options] must take an additional unit from Group C in Table 4.2.4at for each of those units chosen.

Communication Studies minor (MN-COMST)

4.2.4.35(1) The prerequisites for the Communication Studies minor are the units required under Rule 4.2.4.8(a) and (b).

(2) The Communication Studies minor comprises all units in Table 4.2.4au (Communication Studies minor core units)—24 points.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor (MN-ENINV)

4.2.4.36 The Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor comprises—

(a) all units in Table 4.2.4av (Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor core units)—18 points

and

(b) one unit from Table 4.2.4aw (Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor options)—6 points.

Table 4.2.4ae—Financial Accounting minor core unit

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2, SSACCT2201Corporate Accounting

Table 4.2.4af—Financial Accounting minor options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S2ACCT3302Financial Statement Analysis
S1FINA2207Business Analysis and Valuation

Group B

S1ACCT2331Taxation
N/AACCT2242Accounting Information Systems
N/AACCT3202Advanced Corporate Accounting
S2ACCT3203Contemporary Managerial Accounting
S1ACCT3321Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice
S2ACCT3322Auditing
S1ACCT3323Strategic Management Accounting
S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance

Table 4.2.4ag—Managerial Accounting minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

N/AACCT2242Accounting Information Systems
S2ACCT3203Contemporary Managerial Accounting
N/AACCT3206Performance Measurement and Evaluation
S1ACCT3323Strategic Management Accounting

Table 4.2.4ah—Finance (Corporate) minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance
S1, S2, SSFINA2222Corporate Financial Policy
S1FINA3324Investment Analysis
S2FINA3326Applied Financial Management

Table 4.2.4ai—Finance (Investment) minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1FINA2204Derivative Products and Markets
S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance
S1FINA3324Investment Analysis

Table 4.2.4aj—Finance (Investment) minor options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1FINA2205Quantitative Methods for Finance
S2FINA3307Trading in Securities Markets

Table 4.2.4ak—Business Law minor core unit

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1LAWS2201Legal Framework of Business

Table 4.2.4al—Business Law minor options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2, SSLAWS2301Company Law
S2LAWS2309Work and the Law
S1LAWS3306Finance Law
S2LAWS3308Marketing, Management and the Law
S1LAWS3328International Commercial Law

Table 4.2.4am—Human Resource Management minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, SS HRMT2237 Human Resource Management
S1 HRMT3344 Staffing Organisations
S2 HRMT3345 Managing Jobs, Performance and Wellbeing
N/A EMPL2201 Foundations of Employment Relations
 

Table 4.2.4ao—Marketing minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1MKTG2203Marketing Management
S2MKTG2204Consumer Behaviour
MKTG3305 Marketing Research 1
S2MKTG3306Strategic Marketing

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table 4.2.4ap—Strategic Management minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance
S2MGMT2311Organisational Learning and Innovation
S2MGMT3347Strategic Management

Table 4.2.4aq—Strategic Management minor options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1MGMT2341International Management
S1, SSMGMT3342Entrepreneurship
S1MGMT3346Managing Organisational Change

Table 4.2.4at—Employment Relations minor options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A

S1EMPL1101Introduction to Employment Relations
N/AEMPL2201Foundations of Employment Relations

Group B

N/AEMPL1102Australian Employment Relations
S2EMPL2202Australian Employment Relations

Group C

S1, SSHRMT2237Human Resource Management
EMPL2203 Work, Power and Society 1
S2EMPL2206Social Psychology of Work
S2EMPL3208Managing Diversity
S2EMPL3241International Employment Relations
S1EMPL3270Negotiation: Theory and Practice
S2LAWS2309Work and the Law

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table 4.2.4au—Communication Studies minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2, NSCOMM2001Communication and Mass Media
COMM2202 Cultures, New Media and Communications 1
N/AINMT3234Information Systems Management
S2, SSMKTG2238Advertising and Promotion

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table 4.2.4av—Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, SSMGMT3342Entrepreneurship
S2MKTG2301Small Business Management
S2MKTG3303New Product Development and Commercialisation

Table 4.2.4aw—Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S2ACCT3203Contemporary Managerial Accounting
S2ACCT3302Financial Statement Analysis
S2ECON2245Business Economics
S1, S2FINA2221Introduction to Finance
N/AINMT3234Information Systems Management
N/AMGMT2235Organisational Behaviour
S2MGMT2311Organisational Learning and Innovation
S1MKTG2203Marketing Management
S2, SSMKTG2238Advertising and Promotion
S2MGMT3347Strategic Management

4.2.5 Bachelor of Commerce honours degree (4011H)

Note: (1) Students commencing honours in Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, and Marketing should consult the rules for the Bachelor of Commerce honours degree (BH002).

(2) Students commencing honours in Business Information Management and Employment Relations should consult the rules for the Bachelor of Commerce honours degree (4011H) listed below.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

4.2.5.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Admission

4.2.5.2 The admission requirements are a pass degree of this University completed within the previous five years at a sufficiently high level as determined by the Faculty including one of the majors set out in Rules 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty.

Course structure

4.2.5.3(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising one of the honours specialisations set out in Rules 4.2.5.8 to 4.2.5.16.

(2) The Faculty may—

(a) permit a student to substitute an approved unit from another course offered by the Faculty for one unit listed in the student's chosen specialisation; and

(b) require a student to complete additional work.

Satisfactory progress

4.2.5.4 To make satisfactory progress in the course students must pass all units in which they are enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

Progress status

4.2.5.5 The Faculty, on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners, may assign the progress status of 'Excluded' to a student who has failed to make satisfactory progress.

4.2.5.6 Rescinded

Time limit

4.2.5.7(1) The time limit is two semesters for full-time students or four semesters for part-time students.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

(2) In exceptional circumstances, the Faculty may approve an extension of up to two semesters.

Honours specialisations

4.2.5.8 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.5a and 4.2.5b]

4.2.5.9 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.5c and 4.2.5d]

4.2.5.10 Rescinded [including Table 4.2.5e]

4.2.5.11 Rescinded [including Table 4.2.5f]

Business Information Management Honours specialisation (MJ-BSIMG)

4.2.5.12 The Business Information Management Honours specialisation comprises all units in Table 4.2.5g (Business Information Management Honours specialisation core units)—48 points.

4.2.5.13 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.5h and 4.2.5i]

4.2.5.14 Rescinded [including Table 4.2.5j]

4.2.5.15 Rescinded [including Tables 4.2.5k and 4.2.5l]

Employment Relations (Commerce) Honours specialisation (MJ-EMPCO)

4.2.5.16 The Employment Relations (Commerce) Honours specialisation comprises all units in Table 4.2.5m [Employment Relations (Commerce) Honours specialisation core units]—48 points.

Table 4.2.5g—Business Information Management Honours specialisation core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1BUSN4401Qualitative Business Research Methods
S1BUSN4402Quantitative Business Research Methods
S1BUSN4403Business Research Methodology
S2MGMT4401Special Topics in Management Seminar
S1, S2MGMT4485Dissertation (Management) Part 1
S1, S2MGMT4486Dissertation (Management) Part 2
S1, S2MGMT4487Dissertation (Management) Part 3
S1, S2MGMT4488Dissertation (Management) Part 4

Table 4.2.5m—Employment Relations (Commerce) Honours specialisation core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1BUSN4401Qualitative Business Research Methods
S1BUSN4402Quantitative Business Research Methods
S1BUSN4403Business Research Methodology
S2EMPL4401Special Topics in Employment Relations Seminar
S1, S2EMPL4481Dissertation (Employment Relations) Part 1
S1, S2EMPL4482Dissertation (Employment Relations) Part 2
S1, S2EMPL4483Dissertation (Employment Relations) Part 3
S1, S2EMPL4484Dissertation (Employment Relations) Part 4

4.3 Undergraduate diplomas

Currently there are no undergraduate diplomas offered by this Faculty.

UWA Business School Rules for postgraduate courses

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

Master of Business Administration (Advanced) (by coursework) (42530)

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2013 Rules for this course.

Executive Master of Business Administration (42550)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

1.A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation'.

Admission

2. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

(a)(i) a bachelor's degree of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; and

(ii) at least five years' relevant work experience;

or

(b) at least eight years' relevant work experience.

Course structure

3. The course consists of units to a total value of 72 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table a (Executive Master of Business Administration core units)—60 points

and

(b) units to the value of 12 points from Group A (Master of Business Administration).

Substitution

4. The Faculty may permit or require a student to substitute for units from Table a (Executive Master of Business Administration core units), units of equivalent value from Group A (Master of Business Administration).

Credit

5.(1) The Faculty may grant credit towards the course up to a total value of 48 points for units completed in the Graduate Diploma in Business of this University within the previous five years.

(2) For students who have not completed the Graduate Diploma in Business of this University, the Faculty may grant credit towards the course for studies completed within the previous five years to a total value of 36 points.

(3) Within the overall credit limit set out in (2), credit may include—

(a) a maximum of 36 points for relevant studies completed in postgraduate courses at recognised tertiary institutions;

[Approved addition to University Policy]

(b) a maximum of 12 points for units completed through Continuing Education at this University;

(c) a maximum of 18 points for work completed in approved courses provided by professional providers or private educational institutions.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

(4) The Faculty may, in special circumstances, approve an extension to the five-year limitation in (1) and (2).

Satisfactory progress

6.(1) Subject to (2) to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal with academic penalty.

(2) A student will not have made satisfactory progress in the course if they—

(a) fail two or more units;

or

(b) fail three or more units throughout the course including units undertaken as part of the Graduate Diploma in Business course at this University;

or

(c) obtain a mark of 59 per cent or less in any four or more units, including failed units, throughout the course.

[(2) is an approved addition to University Policy]

Progress status

7.(1) Students who make satisfactory progress are assigned a progress status of 'Good Standing' by the Faculty and are permitted to re-enrol.

(2) Unless the Faculty determines otherwise in exceptional circumstances, students who fail to make satisfactory progress are assigned a progress status of 'Excluded' by the Faculty.

(3) Students seeking to re-enrol in the course after being assigned a progress status of 'Excluded' must submit, after a period of at least twelve months, sufficient reason to the Faculty, in writing, demonstrating why an improvement in performance could reasonably be expected.

(4) Students who have been assigned a progress status of 'Excluded' and are subsequently permitted by the Faculty to re-enrol are assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' and must meet any conditions determined by the Faculty.

(5) Students who meet the conditions determined by the Faculty under (4), are assigned a progress status of 'Good Standing' by the Faculty.

(6) Students who have been assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' and who fail to meet conditions determined by the Faculty are assigned a progress status of 'Excluded'.

Award of Graduate Certificate in Business or Graduate Diploma in Business

8. A student who withdraws from the course before completing the course requirements, but after completing units to the value of 24 points for the Graduate Certificate in Business or 48 points for the Graduate Diploma in Business, may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the relevant qualification.

Time limit

9.(1) The time limit is five years from the date of first enrolment in the course.

(2) The Faculty may, in special circumstances, approve an extension to the time limit.

Table a—Executive Master of Business Administration core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

NS, T1, T2, T3 MGMT5501 Organisational Behaviour
NS, T1, T2, T3 ACCT5602 Accounting
NS, T1, T2, T3 ECON5503 Economic Management and Strategy
S1, S2 MGMT5504 Data Analysis and Decision Making
N/A MGMT5505 International Management
S1, S2 MGMT5506 Ethics and Sustainability Management
NS, T1, T2, T3 FINA5530 Managerial Finance
NS, T1, T2, T3 MKTG5550 Marketing Principles
N/A MGMT5623 Leadership Effectiveness
NS, T1, T2, T3 MGMT5700 Strategic Management
 

5. Faculty of Education Rules

Note: For the convenience of students and staff, the course code is recorded against the title of each course. This information, however, does not form part of the rules.

Rules approved up to June 2014.

Definitions

Unless the context suggests otherwise—

a core unit means a unit which is a compulsory unit in a course;

an option means a unit chosen from among a range of given options;

an elective means a unit which a student may choose freely from among the units available in the University, subject to the rules for the unit concerned and to any Faculty rule which governs the number of points that must or may be counted towards the degree in question from units of a specified level;

the level of a unit indicates the amount of prior knowledge or maturity of learning required to study it successfully;

the Faculty includes a body or person to whom the Faculty has delegated responsibility for a function covered by the rule concerned.

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

Master of Curriculum Studies (coursework and dissertation) (32510)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply to students in this course.

(2) The policies and procedures in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements set out in these rules.

Admission

3. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

(a)(i) a bachelor’s degree of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty, and requiring at least three years of full-time study; and

(ii) a relevant graduate diploma of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty;

or

(b) a four-year Bachelor of Education degree of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty.

Articulation

4. The Graduate Diploma in Curriculum Studies in the relevant area of specialisation articulates with the Master of Curriculum Studies.

Course structure

5.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 48 points which must include course core units and units comprising one of the following specialisations:

  • History
  • English
  • Geography

(2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

Satisfactory progress

6. To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty. See also Rule 2(3).

Progress status

7.(1) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress for the first time is assigned the progress status of ‘Suspended’ by the Faculty.

(2) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress for a second time is assigned the progress status of ‘Excluded’ by the Faculty.

See also Rule 2(4).

Award with distinction

8. This rule is not applicable to this course.

Requirements for applying for an articulated or alternative exit award

9. A student who withdraws from the course before qualifying for the degree but after satisfying the requirements of the Graduate Diploma in Curriculum Studies may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the diploma.

Master of Education (by coursework) (31500)

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course.

Master of Education (by thesis and coursework) (31670)

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course.

Master of Educational Leadership (coursework and dissertation) (30520)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply to students in this course.

(2) The policies and procedures in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements set out in these rules.

Admission

3. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have the requirements set out in (a), (b) or (c) which follow or the equivalent as recognised by the Faculty, or the requirements set out in (d):

(a)(i) a bachelor’s degree of this University; and

(ii) a postgraduate course in education requiring at least one year of full-time study; and

(iii) either two years’ full-time relevant professional experience or adequate research preparation demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Faculty;
or

(b)(i) the Bachelor of Education of this University and

(ii) either two years’ full-time relevant professional experience or adequate research preparation demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Faculty;

or

(c)(i) a degree requiring at least four years of full-time study; and

(ii) two years’ full-time professional experience in the field of education; and

(iii) adequate research preparation demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Faculty;

or

(d) a graduate diploma that articulates with the Master of Educational Leadership.

Articulation

4. The Graduate Diploma in Professional Education and the Graduate Diploma in Educational Leadership articulate with the Master of Educational Leadership by coursework and dissertation.

Course structure

5.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 48 points.

(2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

Satisfactory progress

6. To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty. See also Rule 2(3).

Progress status

7.(1) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress for the first time are assigned the progress status of ‘Suspended’ by the Faculty.

(2) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress for a second time are assigned the progress status of ‘Excluded’ by the Faculty.

See also Rule 2(4).

Award with distinction

8. This rule is not applicable to this course.

Requirements for applying for an articulated or alternative exit award

9. Students who withdraw from the course before qualifying for the degree but after satisfying the requirements of an articulated graduate diploma may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the relevant diploma.

Additional rules

External study

10. The Faculty may, in appropriate circumstances, permit a student to complete the course at an institution approved by the Academic Board for all or part of the prescribed period of study.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

11.(1) Students in the course by way of thesis and coursework are not permitted to proceed to EDUC57201/ EDUC57212 Master’s Thesis unless they have achieved an average mark of at least 65 per cent in three coursework units including a mark of at least 65 per cent in EDUC5631 Approaches to Research.

(2) The Faculty may permit a student in the course by way of thesis and coursework who does not achieve the required standard set out in (1) to complete the course by way of coursework.

(3) Except as set out in Rule 12, a student in the course by way of coursework may apply to transfer to the course by way of thesis and coursework if they achieve an average mark of at least 65 per cent in three coursework units including a mark of at least 65 per cent in EDUC5631 Approaches to Research.

1 full-time, 2 part-time

Course for offshore students

12. Offshore students are only permitted to complete the course by way of coursework and must choose units from a published subset.

Credit

13.(1) Subject to (3), the Faculty may grant credit—

(a) in the course by way of thesis and coursework, for coursework units to a total value of 12 points;

(b) in the course by way of coursework, for coursework units to a total value of 18 points.

(2) Within the overall credit limit, credit may be granted for work completed in courses provided by professional providers or private educational institutions to a maximum value of six points.

(3) Subject to University Policy students in the course by way of coursework who have completed a graduate diploma which articulates with this course are credited with all units completed in the diploma course.

[(1) and (2) are approved exceptions to University Policy]

Master of Special Education (by thesis and coursework) (31620)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

1.A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation'.

Admission

2. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have the requirements set out in (a), (b) or (c) which follow, or the equivalent as recognised by the Faculty:

(a)(i) a bachelor's degree of this University; and

(ii) completed a postgraduate course in education requiring at least one year of full-time study; and

(iii) either two years' full-time relevant professional experience or demonstrated research capacity acceptable to the Faculty;

or

(b)(i) the Bachelor of Education of this University; and

(ii) either two years' full-time relevant professional experience or demonstrated research capacity acceptable to the Faculty;

or

(c)(i) a degree requiring at least four years of full-time study; and

(ii) two years' full-time professional experience in the field of education; and

(iii) demonstrated research capacity acceptable to the Faculty.

Course structure

3. The course consists of units to a total value of 72 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table a [Master of Special Education (by thesis and coursework) core units]—66 points

and

(b) one unit from Table c (Master of Education options)—6 points.

Satisfactory progress

4.(1) Subject to (2), to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) Satisfactory progress in the supervised research thesis component of the course is determined having regard to the report of the student's supervisor.

Progress status

5.(1) Students in the course by coursework, or in the coursework component of the course by thesis and coursework, who fail to make satisfactory progress for the first time are assigned the progress status of 'Suspended' by the Faculty;

(2) Students in the course by coursework, or in the coursework component of the course by thesis and coursework, who fail to make satisfactory progress for a second time are assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' by the Faculty.

(3) Students who are enrolled in the thesis component of the course by thesis and coursework who do not submit an annual report or whose annual report is not considered by the Dean to be satisfactory—

(a) are assigned the progress status of 'On Probation' by the Faculty;

(b) are required to report to the relevant course coordinator prior to re-enrolment; and

(c) may have conditions applied to their enrolment by the Faculty.

Progression

6.(1) Students are not permitted to proceed to EDUC57201/EDUC57212 Master's Thesis unless they have achieved an average mark of at least 65 per cent in three coursework units including a mark of at least 65 per cent in EDUC5631 Approaches to Research.

(2) The Faculty may permit a student who does not achieve the required standard set out in (1) to complete the course for the degree of Master of Education by way of coursework.

1 full-time; 2 part-time

Credit

7.(1) The Faculty may grant credit for coursework units to a total value of 12 points in the Master of Special Education (by thesis and coursework) course.

(2) Within the overall credit limit, credit may be granted for work completed in courses provided by professional providers or private educational institutions to a maximum value of six points.

[(1) and (2) are approved exceptions to University Policy]

Table a—Master of Special Education (by thesis and coursework) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

NSEDUC5631Approaches to Research
NSEDUC5639Childhood and Adolescent Developmental Psychopathology
S1, S2 EDUC5720 1/EDUC5721 2Master's Thesis (54 points)

1 full-time; 2 part-time

Master of Education Research Methods (by coursework) (31510)

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course, or as an exit award from the Doctor of Education (30810).

Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation (by thesis and coursework) (31630)*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

1.A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation'.

Articulation

2. The Graduate Diploma in Educational Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation articulates with the Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation by coursework.

Admission

3.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have the requirements set out in (a), (b) or (c) which follow, or the equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; or the requirements set out in (d):

(a)(i) a bachelor's degree of this University; and

(ii) completed a postgraduate course in education requiring at least one year of full-time study; and

(iii) either two years' full-time relevant professional experience or demonstrated research capacity acceptable to the Faculty;

or

(b)(i) the Bachelor of Education of this University; and

(ii) either two years' full-time relevant professional experience or demonstrated research capacity acceptable to the Faculty;

or

(c)(i) a degree requiring at least four years of full-time study; and

(ii) two years' full-time professional experience in the field of education; and

(iii) demonstrated research capacity acceptable to the Faculty;

or

(d) a graduate diploma that articulates with the Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation.

(2) Applicants for the course by thesis and coursework who have completed a graduate diploma referred to in (1)(d) must have achieved an average of at least 65 per cent in three coursework units including a mark of at least 65 per cent in EDUC5631 Approaches to Research.

(3) The Faculty may accept into the course by way of thesis and coursework an applicant who—

(a) has completed at least three units towards a graduate diploma referred to in (1)(d) or towards another graduate diploma of the Faculty that articulates with a master's degree course; and

(b) has completed units relevant to the requirements of the master's degree course; and

(c) has achieved an average mark of at least 65 per cent in three coursework diploma units including a mark of at least 65 per cent in EDUC5631 Approaches to Research.

External study

4. The Faculty may, in appropriate circumstances, permit a student to complete the course at an institution approved by the Academic Board for all or part of the prescribed period of study.

[Approved exception to University Policy]

Course structure

Thesis and coursework

5. The course by way of thesis and coursework consists of units to a total value of 72 points comprising all units in Table a [Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation (by thesis and coursework) core units].

Coursework

6.(1) The course by way of coursework consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table b [Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation (by coursework) core units]—30 points

and

(b) three units from Table c [Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation (by coursework) options]—18 points

Satisfactory progress

7.(1) Subject to (2), to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) Satisfactory progress in the supervised research thesis component of the course is determined having regard to the report of the student's supervisor.

Progress status

8.(1) Students in the course by coursework, or in the coursework component of the course by thesis and coursework, who fail to make satisfactory progress for the first time are assigned the progress status of 'Suspended' by the Faculty;

(2) Students in the course by coursework, or in the coursework component of the course by thesis and coursework, who fail to make satisfactory progress for a second time are assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' by the Faculty.

(3) Students who are enrolled in the thesis component of the course by thesis and coursework who do not submit an annual report or whose annual report is not considered by the Dean to be satisfactory—

(a) are assigned the progress status of 'On Probation' by the Faculty;

(b) are required to report to the relevant course coordinator prior to re-enrolment; and

(c) may have conditions applied to their enrolment by the Faculty.

Progression

9.(1) Students in the course by way of thesis and coursework are not permitted to proceed to EDUC57201/EDUC57212 Master's Thesis unless they have achieved an average mark of at least 65 per cent in three coursework units including a mark of at least 65 per cent in EDUC5631 Approaches to Research.

(2) The Faculty may permit a student in the course by way of thesis and coursework who does not achieve the required standard set out in (1) to complete the course by way of coursework.

(3) A student may apply to transfer to the course by way of thesis and coursework if they achieve an average mark of at least 65 per cent in three coursework units including a mark of at least 65 per cent in EDUC5631 Approaches to Research.

1 full-time; 2 part-time

Credit

10.(1) Subject to (3), the Faculty may grant credit—

(a) in the course by way of thesis and coursework, for coursework units to a total value of 12 points;

(b) in the course by way of coursework, for coursework units to a total value of 18 points.

(2) Within the overall credit limit, credit may be granted for work completed in courses provided by professional providers or private educational institutions to a maximum value of six points.

(3) Subject to the provisions of University Policy, students who have completed a graduate diploma which articulates with this course are credited with all units completed in the diploma course.

[(1) and (2) are approved exceptions to University Policy]

Award of graduate diploma

11. Students who withdraw from the course before qualifying for the degree but after satisfying the requirements of an articulated graduate diploma may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the relevant diploma.

Table a—Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation (by thesis and coursework) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

NSEDUC5631Approaches to Research
S1, S2EDUC5636Assessment and Measurement
NS, S2EDUC5637Measurement and Evaluation
S1, S2 EDUC5720 1/EDUC5721 2Master's Thesis (54 points)

1 full-time; 2 part-time

Table b—Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation (by coursework) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2, NSEDUC5620Master's Dissertation (12 points)
NSEDUC5631Approaches to Research
S1, S2EDUC5636Assessment and Measurement
NS, S2EDUC5637Measurement and Evaluation

Table c—Master of Education in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation (by coursework) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

NS EDUC5633 Quantitative Inquiry
S2, NS EDUC5634 Qualitative Inquiry
S2 EDUC5638 Introduction to Classical and Rasch Measurement Theories
S1 EDUC5606 Advance Course in Rasch Measurement Theory
 

Master of School Leadership (coursework) (32520)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply to students in this course.

(2) The policies and procedures in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements set out in these rules.

Admission

3. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

(a)(i) a bachelor's degree of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty and requiring at least three years of full-time study; and

(ii) a relevant graduate diploma of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty;

or

(b) a four-year Bachelor of Education degree of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty.

Articulation

4. The Graduate Diploma in School Leadership articulates with the Master of School Leadership.

Course structure

5.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 48 points.

(2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

Satisfactory progress

6. To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty. See also Rule 2(3).

Progress status

7.(1) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress for the first time is assigned the progress status of 'Suspended' by the Faculty.

(2) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress for a second time is assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' by the Faculty.

See also Rule 2(4).

Award with distinction

8. This rule is not applicable to this course.

Requirements for applying for an articulated or alternative exit award

9. A student who withdraws from the course before qualifying for the degree but after satisfying the requirements of the Graduate Diploma in School Leadership may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the graduate diploma.

Master of Teaching (coursework) (31520)

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply to students in this course.

(2) The policies and procedures in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements set out in these rules.

Admission

3.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

(a) for the Master of Teaching with Early Childhood Specialisation course and for the Master of Teaching with Primary Specialisation course, a bachelor's degree of this University, in a field other than education or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty, at a level of academic achievement1 considered by the Faculty to be sufficient to permit satisfactory completion of the course;

or

(b) for the Master of Teaching with Secondary Specialisation course a bachelor's degree of this University with a major relevant to secondary teaching curriculum majors offered by the Faculty, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty, at a level of academic achievement1 considered by the Faculty to be sufficient to permit satisfactory completion of the course;

or

(c) for the Master of Teaching with Music Specialisation course—

(i) a Bachelor of Arts degree from this University with a major in Music Studies and a major in Specialist Music Studies, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; or

(ii) Bachelor of Arts degree from this University with a major in Music Studies, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty AND evidence of specialist music skills as determined by Faculty.2

(2) Applicants with qualifications from overseas institutions where English is not the medium of instruction must provide evidence of English language competency equivalent to an IELTS score of 7.5 overall with no band lower than 7.0 and no less than 8.0 in speaking and listening.

(3) Applicants with qualifications gained wholly in English from countries other than Australia, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, Canada, the UK and the USA will be required to provide evidence of English language competency such as IELTS or equivalent, in accordance with teacher registration requirements (see TRBWA).

(4) All students are required to pass a test of Teacher English Language Competency Skills, to demonstrate literacy skills within the top 30 per cent of the population, as required for professional registration.

(5) Students must demonstrate numeracy competency, within the top 30 per cent of the population, as appropriate to the specialisation and the requirements for professional registration.

(6) Students are not permitted to exceed the total number of points prescribed for the course, unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional circumstances, in accordance with University Policy.

(7) A National Criminal Record Check and a Working with Children Clearance must be presented to the Graduate School of Education before any student undertakes a professional practice unit.

(8) International students are required to obtain a criminal record check from their country of origin or recent residence.

(9) The prerequisites for a curriculum major are the completion of six relevant units of undergraduate study with at least two at Level 3 or equivalent.

(10) The prerequisites for a curriculum minor are the completion of four relevant units of undergraduate study with at least two at Level 2 or equivalent.

1 A minimum UWA WAM of 60 is used as a guide to decision making, however admission to the course is competitive.

For example: AMEB Grade 7 Practical or equivalent, eg: ABRSM Grade 8 Performance and audition. Auditions are organised by the School of Music. A theory background comparable to MUSC1322 Music Language 2 (eg: AMEB Grade 7 Theory; ABRSM Grade 8 Theory) is also required.

Articulation

4. This course does not form part of an articulated course.

Course structure

5.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 96 points which must include course core units and units comprising one of the following specialisations:

  • Early Childhood
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Music 3

3 This specialisation is not available in 2014.

(2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

Satisfactory progress

6. To make satisfactory progress in the year in which a student is enrolled in a Professional Practice unit3 the student must, in addition to passing units to the value of at least half the total points value of units in which they are enrolled, pass the Professional Practice unit(s) in which they are enrolled.

Progress status

7.(1) Students who pass the Professional Practice unit(s) but do not pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units in which they are enrolled are assigned the progress status of 'Suspended' and are not permitted to re-enrol for a period of one year.

(2) Students who pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units for which they are enrolled but who fail a Professional Practice unit are, if the Committee described in Rule 12 so recommends under that Rule, assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' and are excluded from further study in the course.

(3) Students who do not pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units for which they are enrolled and who fail a Professional Practice unit are assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' and are excluded from further study in the course.

(4) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress twice are assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' and are excluded from further study in the course.

See also Rule 2(4).

Award with distinction

8. This rule is not applicable to this course.

Requirements for applying for an articulated or alternative exit award

9.(1) A student who withdraws from the Master of Teaching with Early Childhood Specialisation course, the Master of Teaching with Primary Specialisation course, the Master of Teaching with Secondary Specialisation course or the Master of Teaching with Music Specialisation course before qualifying for the degree but after satisfying the requirements for the Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies as set out in Rule 3 of the rules for that course may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the diploma.

(2) Students who fail a Professional Practice unit are not precluded from applying to take out the Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies.

Award of Graduate Diploma in Education

A student who withdraws from the Master of Teaching with Secondary Specialisation course before qualifying for the degree but after satisfying the requirements for the Graduate Diploma in Education, including the satisfactory completion of Professional Practice units, as set out in Rule 4 of the rules for that course may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the diploma.

Additional rules

Credit for previously completed work

10.(1) The Faculty may grant credit for units in the Master of Teaching with Early Childhood Specialisation course, the Master of Teaching with Primary Specialisation course or the Master of Teaching with Secondary Specialisation course, excluding the Professional Practice units4, up to a value of 12 points on the basis of previously completed units of study.

(2) Credit is not granted for work completed in Professional Practice units undertaken in previous studies.

(3) Within the overall credit limit, credit may be granted for work completed through Continuing Education at this University to a maximum value of 12 points.

(4) Students who are permitted to transfer from the Graduate Diploma in Education course at this University to the Master of Teaching course are granted credit for all units completed in the Graduate Diploma in Education course.

(5) Students who withdraw from the Master of Teaching with Secondary Specialisation course and are awarded a Graduate Diploma in Education may apply to re-enter the Master of Teaching with Secondary Specialisation course with full credit for previously completed units provided no more than five years has lapsed since their last enrolment in the master's degree course.

[(1) (3) and (4) are approved exceptions to University Policy]

4 EDUC5510 Professional Practice A, EDUC5500 Professional Practice B, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5482 Professional Practice II

Substitution of units

11. The Faculty may permit the substitution of other units to a maximum value of 12 points for core units or options to the same value excluding the Professional Practice units.

(Approved exception to University Policy)

Failure to pass a Professional Practice unit 4

12.(1) Students who do not pass a Professional Practice unit may apply to have their case considered by a committee comprising—

(a) the Dean of the Faculty or nominee;

(b) the relevant Course Coordinator; and

(c) a relevant curriculum specialist.

(2) The committee will take into account all relevant information and recommend to the Faculty that the student—

(a) repeat the Professional Practice unit; or

(b) repeat the Professional Practice unit following demonstration of specified conditions (e.g. completion of specified additional relevant work) to the satisfaction of the course coordinator; or

(c) not be permitted to re-enrol in the course.

(3) If the Faculty permits a student to repeat a Professional Practice unit, it will determine whether the unit is to be repeated in the same or a subsequent year taking into consideration the student's overall performance in the course concerned.

4 EDUC5510 Professional Practice A, EDUC5500 Professional Practice B, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5482 Professional Practice II

Additional course structure rules

13.(1) A student enrolled in SSEH5474 Physical Education Curriculum II is required to complete SSEH5491 Health Education and SSEH5492 Health Promotion in the Schools.

(2) A student enrolled in EDUC5477 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum II is required to complete EDUC5404 Educational Linguistics.

(3) A student enrolled in EDUC5478 School Psychology Curriculum II is required to complete EDUC5492 Understanding and Managing Disruptive Behaviour Disorders.

(4) A student enrolled in MUSC4632 Secondary Music Curriculum 2 is required to complete MUSC4711 Instrumental and Vocal Music Curriculum 1 and MUSC4712 Instrumental and Vocal Music Curriculum 2.

Cross-institutional enrolment

14. Students can undertake up to two curriculum units through cross-institutional enrolment if a relevant major or minor is not available.

Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) (31590); (Primary) (31540); (Secondary) (31550)

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

(2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Academic Conduct Essentials module

1.A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for this course.

(4) A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation'.

Admission

2.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

(a) for the Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) course and the Master of Teaching (Primary) course, a bachelor's degree of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty;

or

(b) for the Master of Teaching (Secondary) course—

(i) a bachelor's degree of this University with a relevant major that is appropriate for secondary teaching, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty, or

(ii) for students who wish to major in School Psychology, a Bachelor of Psychology of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty.

(2) Applicants with qualifications from overseas institutions where English is not the medium of instruction must provide evidence of English language competency equivalent to an IELTS score of 7.5 overall with no band lower than 7.0 and no less than 8.0 in Speaking and Listening.

(3) Applicants whose first language is not English, but who have degrees from institutions where English is the medium of instruction, may be required to provide further evidence of English language competency.

Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) course structure

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

3.(1) The Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) course consists of units to a total value of 96 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table a [Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) core units]—90 points

and

(b) one unit from Table b [Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) options]—6 points.

(2) All students are required to pass a test of Teacher Language Competency Skills.

(3) Students will not be permitted to exceed the total number of points prescribed for the course, unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional circumstances, in accordance with University Policy.

Master of Teaching (Primary) course structure

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

4.(1) The Master of Teaching (Primary) course consists of units to a total value of 96 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table c [Master of Teaching (Primary) core units]—90 points

and

(b) one unit from Table d [Master of Teaching (Primary) options]—6 points.

(2) All students are required to pass a test of Teacher Language Competency Skills.

(3) Students will not be permitted to exceed the total number of points prescribed for the course, unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional circumstances, in accordance with University Policy.

Master of Teaching (Secondary) course structure

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

5.(1) The Master of Teaching (Secondary) course consists of units to a total value of 96 points.

(2) Students must select one major.

(3) Students must select one minor.

(4) A major comprises one Curriculum I unit and one corresponding Curriculum II unit.

(5) A minor comprises one Curriculum I1 unit.

(6) All students are required to pass a test of Teacher Language Competency Skills.

(7) Students will not be permitted to exceed the total number of points prescribed for the course, unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional circumstances, in accordance with University Policy.

(8) The course comprises—

(a) all units in Table e [Master of Teaching (Secondary) core units]—60 points

and

(b) two Curriculum I units, one of which must be the first component of the chosen major1, from Group A in Table f [Master of Teaching (Secondary) options]—12 points

and

(c) the Curriculum II2 unit that is the second component of the chosen major, from Group B in Table f [Master of Teaching (Secondary) options]—6 points

and

(d) two units from Group C in Table f [Master of Teaching (Secondary) options]—12 points

and

(e) one unit from Group D in Table f [Master of Teaching (Secondary) options]—6 points.

(9) A student enrolled in SSEH5474 Physical Education Curriculum II is required to complete SSEH5491 Health Education and SSEH5492 Health Promotion in the Schools.

(10) A student enrolled in EDUC5477 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum II is required to complete EDUC5404 Educational Linguistics.

(11) A student enrolled in EDUC5478 School Psychology Curriculum II is required to complete EDUC5492 Understanding and Managing Disruptive Behaviour Disorders.

1 EDUC5463 Career Development Curriculum I and EDUC5468 Special Education Curriculum I may only be completed as a minor.

2 See (9), (10) and (11).

Credit for previously completed work

6.(1) The Faculty may grant credit for units in the Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) course, the Master of Teaching (Primary) course or the Master of Teaching (Secondary) course, excluding the Professional Practice units3, up to a value of 12 points on the basis of previously completed units of study.

(2) Within the overall credit limit, credit may be granted for work completed through Continuing Education at this University to a maximum value of 12 points.

(3) Students who are permitted to transfer from the Graduate Diploma in Education course at this University to the Master of Teaching course are granted credit for all units completed in the Graduate Diploma in Education course.

(4) Students who withdraw from the Master of Teaching (Secondary) course and are awarded a Graduate Diploma in Education may apply to re-enter the Master of Teaching (Secondary) course with full credit for previously completed units provided no more than five years has lapsed since their last enrolment in the course.

[(1) to (3) inclusive are approved exceptions to University Policy]

3 EDUC5510 Professional Practice A, EDUC5500 Professional Practice B, EDUC5522 Capstone Teaching Experience, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5482 Professional Practice II

Substitution of units

7. The Faculty may permit the substitution of other units to a maximum value of 12 points for core units or options to the same value excluding the Professional Practice units.3

[Approved addition to University Policy]

3 EDUC5510 Professional Practice A, EDUC5500 Professional Practice B, EDUC5522 Capstone Teaching Experience, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5482 Professional Practice II

Failure to attend or to complete prescribed work of a unit

8.(1) The Faculty may prohibit a student from undertaking further study or examinations in a unit if the student—

(a) fails to attend the prescribed classes, lectures, seminars or tutorials for the unit; or

(b) fails to sit any examinations required in the unit; or

(c) fails to complete assignments and other prescribed work for the unit at a standard acceptable to the Faculty.

(2) A student who is prohibited from undertaking further study or examinations in a Professional Practice unit3 is not permitted to re-enrol in the unit concerned unless the Faculty approves otherwise.

3 EDUC5510 Professional Practice A, EDUC5500 Professional Practice B, EDUC5522 Capstone Teaching Experience, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5482 Professional Practice II

Failure to pass a Professional Practice unit 3

9.(1) Students who do not pass a Professional Practice unit3 will have their case considered by a committee comprising—

(a) the Dean of the Faculty;

(b) the Director of Teaching; and

(c) the Deputy Dean of the Faculty.

(2) The committee will take into account all relevant information and recommend to the Faculty that the student—

(a) repeat the Professional Practice unit; or

(b) repeat the Professional Practice unit following completion of specified additional relevant work; or

(c) not be permitted to re-enrol in the course.

(3) If the Faculty permits a student to repeat a Professional Practice unit, it will determine whether the unit is to be repeated in the same or a subsequent year taking into consideration the student's overall performance in the course concerned.

3 EDUC5510 Professional Practice A, EDUC5500 Professional Practice B, EDUC5522 Capstone Teaching Experience, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5482 Professional Practice II

Satisfactory progress

10.(1) Subject to (2), to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) To make satisfactory progress in the year in which a student is enrolled in a Professional Practice unit3 the student must, in addition to passing units to the value of at least half the total points value of units in which they are enrolled, pass the Professional Practice unit(s) in which they are enrolled.

3 EDUC5510 Professional Practice A, EDUC5500 Professional Practice B, EDUC5522 Capstone Teaching Experience, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5482 Professional Practice II

Progress status

11.(1) Students who pass the Professional Practice unit(s)3 but do not pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units in which they are enrolled are assigned the progress status of 'Suspended' and are not permitted to re-enrol for a period of one year.

(2) Students who pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units for which they are enrolled but who fail a Professional Practice unit3 are, if the Committee described in Rule 9 so recommends under that Rule, assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' and are excluded from further study in the course.

(3) Students who do not pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units for which they are enrolled and who fail a Professional Practice unit3 are assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' and are excluded from further study in the course.

(4) Students who fail to make satisfactory progress twice are assigned the progress status of 'Excluded' and are excluded from further study in the course.

[(1) to (3) are approved additions to University Policy]

3 EDUC5510 Professional Practice A, EDUC5500 Professional Practice B, EDUC5522 Capstone Teaching Experience, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5482 Professional Practice II

Award of Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies

12. A student who withdraws from the Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) course, the Master of Teaching (Primary) course, or the Master of Teaching (Secondary) course before qualifying for the degree but after satisfying the requirements for the Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies as set out in Rule 3 of the rules for that course may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the diploma.

Award of Graduate Diploma in Education

13. A student who withdraws from the Master of Teaching (Secondary) course before qualifying for the degree but after satisfying the requirements for the Graduate Diploma in Education as set out in Rule 4 of the rules for that course may apply to the Faculty to be awarded the diploma.

Table a—Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1 EDUC5429 Perspectives in Aboriginal Education
S1 EDUC5485 Development, Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice
NS EDUC5500 Professional Practice B (12 points)
S2 EDUC5501 Integrated Studies: The Humanities and Social Sciences
S1 EDUC5502 Teaching Mathematics in the Early Years
S2 EDUC5503 Social Interaction and the Developing Child
S1 EDUC5504 Language and Literacy in Early Childhood
S2 EDUC5506 Developing and Managing the Infant and Early Childhood Learning Environment
S1 EDUC5508 Integrated Studies: Science
S2 EDUC5514 Differentiating the Curriculum
S1 EDUC5520 The Artistic and Expressive Child
NS EDUC5510 Professional Practice A
S2 EDUC5618 Teaching and Learning with ICTs
NS SSEH5689 Physical Development, Movement and Health
 

Table b—Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

EDUC5509Interventions for Learning
EDUC5530Master's Research Paper

Table c—Master of Teaching (Primary) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1 EDUC5429 Perspectives in Aboriginal Education
S1 EDUC5485 Development, Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice
NS EDUC5500 Professional Practice B (12 points)
S1 EDUC5502 Teaching Mathematics in the Early Years
S1 EDUC5504 Language and Literacy in Early Childhood
S2 EDUC5505 Teaching Mathematics in Middle and Upper Primary
S1 EDUC5508 Integrated Studies: Science
NS EDUC5510 Professional Practice A
S2 EDUC5514 Differentiating the Curriculum
S2 EDUC5516 Literacy Across the Curriculum
EDUC5518 Integrating Learning Areas: Science and Society and Environment 1
S1 EDUC5520 The Artistic and Expressive Child
S2 EDUC5618 Teaching and Learning with ICTs
NS SSEH5689 Physical Development, Movement and Health

1 This unit is no longer available.

 

Table d—Master of Teaching (Primary) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

EDUC5509 Interventions for Learning 1
EDUC5522 Capstone Teaching Experience 1
EDUC5530 Master's Research Paper 1

1 This unit is no longer available.

Table e—Master of Teaching (Secondary) core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1 EDUC5429 Perspectives in Aboriginal Education
S2 EDUC5546 Teaching Contexts
NS EDUC5481 Professional Practice I
NS EDUC5482 Professional Practice II
S1 EDUC5485 Development, Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice
S2 EDUC5516 Literacy Across the Curriculum
S2 EDUC5618 Teaching and Learning with ICTs
S1, S2, NS EDUC5620 Master's Dissertation (12 points)
NS EDUC5631 Approaches to Research
 

Table f—Master of Teaching (Secondary) options

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Group A—Curriculum I units

S1 EDUC5445 Art Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5460 English Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5461 Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5462 Mathematics Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5463 Career Development Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5464 Information and Communication Technology Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5465 Science Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5466 Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5467 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5468 Special Education Curriculum I
S1 EDUC5469 School Psychology I
S1 SSEH5464 Physical Education Curriculum I

Group B—Curriculum II units

S2 EDUC5446 Art Curriculum II
S2 EDUC5470 English Curriculum II
S2 EDUC5471 Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Curriculum II
S2 EDUC5472 Mathematics Curriculum II
S2 EDUC5474 Information and Communication Technology Curriculum II
S2 EDUC5475 Science Curriculum II
S2 EDUC5476 Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum II
S2 EDUC5477 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum II
S2 EDUC5478 School Psychology II
NS SSEH5474 Physical Education Curriculum II

Group C

S1, S2 EDUC5404 Educational Linguistics
S2 EDUC5410 Literacy and Numeracy Across the Curriculum
S2 EDUC5411 Enhancing Teaching through Understanding Contemporary Education
S2 EDUC5415 Educational Leadership and Management
S2 EDUC5416 Education in Rural Australia
EDUC5480 Professional Practice III 1
S2 EDUC5454 Learning Difficulties
S1 EDUC5492 Understanding and Managing Disruptive Behaviour Disorders
S1 EDUC5494 Approaches to Student Assessment
NS SSEH5491 Health Education
NS SSEH5492 Health Promotion in the Schools

Group D

NS, S1 EDUC5608 Integrating Pedagogy and Technology
S1 EDUC5610 Human Resource Development in Education
NS, S2 EDUC5612 Leadership for Learning
S1 EDUC5616 International and Comparative Education
NS EDUC5633 Quantitative Inquiry
S2, NS EDUC5634 Qualitative Inquiry
S1, S2 EDUC5636 Assessment and Measurement
NS, S2 EDUC5637 Measurement and Evaluation
S2 EDUC5638 Introduction to Classical and Rasch Measurement Theories
NS EDUC5639 Childhood and Adolescent Developmental Psychopathology
N/A EDUC5641 History of Education
NS, S1 EDUC5658 Education Policy Trends: Global to Local
N/A EDUC5662 Action Research and Curriculum Innovation
S2, NS EDUC5678 Improving Learning and Teaching in the Curriculum

1 This unit is no longer available.

 

6. Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules

Note: For the convenience of students and staff, the course code is recorded against the title of each course. This information, however, does not form part of the rules.

Rules approved up to June 2014.

Definitions

Unless the context suggests otherwise—

a core unit means a unit which is compulsory in a course;

an option means a unit chosen from among a range of given options;

an elective means a unit which a student may choose freely from among the units available in the University, subject to the rules of the unit concerned and to any Faculty rules which govern the number of points that must or may be counted towards the degree from units of a specific level;

the level of a unit indicates the amount of prior knowledge or maturity of learning required to study it successfully;

foundation units are a subset of Level 1 units which a student must undertake in their first academic year;

the Faculty includes a body or person to whom the Faculty has delegated responsibility for a particular function;

units chosen with the special approval of the Faculty means that a student is required to submit a Special Approval form (available from the Student Administration website http://www.studentadmin.uwa.edu.au/page/8581 or the ECM Student Office) to the Faculty.

Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics rules for undergraduate courses

6.1 Rescinded

6.2 Bachelor's degrees

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

6.2.1 Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees

6.2.1.1 Rescinded

Academic Conduct Essentials module

6.2.1.1A(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in a course of the University for the first time, irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake a module called Academic Conduct Essentials (the ACE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

(2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

(3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module when their progress is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in the rules for the course.

(4) A student who fails to make satisfactory progress in terms of (3) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet the other requirements for satisfactory progress set out in the rules for the course.

Overload

6.2.1.2 The Faculty policy on overloads, available on the Faculty's website and from the Faculty Office, determines whether a student is permitted to enrol in more than a standard load.

Supplementary assessment

6.2.1.3 Rescinded

Satisfactory progress

6.2.1.4(1) To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

(2) Students will not have made satisfactory progress if they fail a unit that they have previously failed.

[(2) is an approved addition to University Policy]

Progress status

6.2.1.5 Unless the Board of Examiners determines otherwise in light of exceptional circumstances—

(a) when a student other than one described in (d) fails to make satisfactory progress for the first or second time under Rule 6.2.1.4(1), a progress status of 'Suspended' is assigned;

(b) when a student fails to make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 6.2.1.4(1), a progress status of 'Excluded' is assigned;

(c) a student who has been prohibited by the Faculty from further study or examinations in a unit will be reported to the Board of Examiners and may be assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

(d) when a student who is enrolled for the first time at this University fails to make satisfactory progress under Rule 6.2.1.4(1) but gains a weighted average of at least 30 per cent over the units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty, a status of 'On Probation' is assigned;

(e) when a student fails to make satisfactory progress under Rule 6.2.1.4(2), a progress status of 'On Probation' is assigned.

6.2.2A General provisions for the Bachelor of Engineering (60110) [including Engineering Enabling Course (00060)]*

Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

6.2.2A.1(1) The Student Rules in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply to students in this course.

(2) The policies and procedures in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

Applicability of the Faculty general provisions

6.2.2A.2 The Faculty general provisions for bachelor's degrees in 6.2.1 apply to the course.

Admission

6.2.2A.3(1) Students are admitted to the course in one of the following categories:

(a) Group A—students with at least WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D, WACE Physics 3A/3B and WACE Chemistry 3A/3B or equivalent; or students with TEE Applicable Mathematics, TEE Chemistry, TEE Physics and TEE Calculus or equivalent

or

(b) Group B—students with one of the following combinations of units:

(i) WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D and WACE Physics 3A/3B

(ii) WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D and WACE Chemistry 3A/3B

(iii) WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3A/3B, WACE Chemistry 3A/3B and WACE Physics 3A/3B

(iv) WACE Mathematics 3C/3D, WACE Chemistry 3A/3B and WACE Physics 3A/3B

(v) TEE Applicable Mathematics and two of TEE Chemistry, TEE Physics and TEE Calculus or equivalent.

(2) Group B students must enrol concurrently in the Bachelor of Engineering (60110) and the Engineering Enabling Course (00060).

Course structure—Engineering Enabling Course (00060)

6.2.2A.3A Rescinded

Course structure—Bachelor of Engineering (60110)

6.2.2A.4(1) The course for the Bachelor of Engineering consists of units to a total value of 192 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 units as set out in Rule 6.2.2A.6—48 points

and

(b) the units comprising one of the programs set out in 6.2.2B to 6.2.2Q inclusive—144 points

and

(c) practical experience through a professional practicum (GENG4010 Professional Practicum1) as set out in Rules 6.2.2A.10 to 6.2.2A.13.

(2) Students must complete one of the following computing units:2

S1 CITS1001 Object-oriented Programming and Software Engineering (replacing CITS1200 Java Programming)
S2 CITS2002 Systems Programming (replacing CITS1002 Programming and Systems or CITS1210 C Programming)
S1, S2 CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation (replacing CITS1005 Computing for Engineers and Scientists or GENG2140 Modelling and Computer Analysis for Engineers)

1 Students do not enrol in the Professional Practicum units. Upon successful completion, the appropriate unit will be added to their enrolment and the result released together with the results for the other enrolled units for the semester.

2 This would normally occur by the end of their second academic year. Students should note that at least one of these units is included in the core of each Bachelor of Engineering program, and should ensure that they select the appropriate unit.

6.2.2A.5 Rescinded

Foundation units

6.2.2A.6(1) Students must complete—

(a) all units in Table 6.2.2Aa (Bachelor of Engineering foundation core units)—36 points

and

(b) two units from Table 6.2.2Ab (Bachelor of Engineering foundation options)—12 points.1

1 Students should take into consideration their intended program when choosing foundation options and may seek the approval of the Faculty to substitute for one or both of the units required under 6.2.2A.6(1)(b) units chosen from anywhere in the University, including core units from their chosen program. If a student chooses a foundation option that is not a core unit for the program they subsequently choose, this unit can be a substitute for an option in that program.

6.2.2A.7 Rescinded

Final project

6.2.2A.8(1) Students must, over two successive semesters—

(a) complete the 12-point project (parts 1 and 2) for their chosen program;

(b) attend the prescribed seminars1; and

(c) submit for examination a project report in the prescribed format by the date specified in (2).

(2) The submission date for the project report is—

(a) midday on the first University working day following the last day of semester two for students who begin the project in semester one; or

(b) midday on the first University working day following the last day of semester one for students who begin the project in semester two.

(3) In exceptional circumstances the Faculty may, on the recommendation of the appropriate head of school, vary the requirements of (1).

(4) If a student fails to submit the project report by the required date a penalty is applied in accordance with Faculty policy, unless the Faculty is satisfied that there were exceptional circumstances to justify the late submission.

1 Refer to the unit outline for details.

Award of degree with honours

6.2.2A.9(1) The Faculty may award the degree with honours to a student who has completed the course at a sufficiently high level.

(2) The Faculty determines, in accordance with Faculty policy available at http://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/35382, whether honours is to be awarded and, if so, the grade of honours to be awarded.

Professional practicum

6.2.2A.10 Students are required to complete at least 12 weeks' practical experience (GENG4010 Professional Practicum1) in a suitable engineering environment as approved by the Faculty.

6.2.2A.11 Students are required to make their own arrangements for practical experience.2

6.2.2A.12(1) The Faculty may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of Rules 6.2.2A.10 and 6.2.2A.13.

(2) In exceptional circumstances, the Faculty may vary the requirements for practical experience if satisfied that such practical experience cannot be obtained or undertaken.

6.2.2A.13 Students must submit a report on work completed for the practical experience (GENG4010 Professional Practicum1) required under Rule 6.2.2A.10 or on work accepted by the Faculty under Rule 6.2.2A.12(1) as fulfilling the requirements of Rule 6.2.2A.10 and a Certificate of Practical Work Performed (available on the Faculty's website).

1 Students do not enrol in the professional practicum units. Upon successful completion, the appropriate unit is added to their enrolment and the result released together with the results for the other enrolled units for the semester.

2 To facilitate their efforts, students should seek advice from members of the Faculty and register with the Careers Centre.

Table 6.2.2Aa—Bachelor of Engineering foundation core units

Key to availability of units:S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period
T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period
N/A = not available in 2016; * = to be advised

Note that the unit availability does not form part of the rules. The availability may be subject to change.

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

S1, S2