The flexible nature of your undergraduate degree will allow you to design a study plan that has both depth and breadth. You can choose a range of electives (free choice units) from any of the undergraduate courses, providing you satisfy unit rules including prerequisites and co-requisites.

The number of electives you can take will depend on the major(s) you choose and their individual requirements. One single degree-specific major may leave room for up to 12 electives. If you choose a double major you may have room to include up to six electives. If you take two majors you may have room for up to four electives or you may not have room for any electives.

When choosing your electives remember that in your degree you?

  • can enrol in a maximum of 12 Level 1 units;
  • must enrol in at least four Level 3 units; and
  • must include at least four broadening units.

Check whether your chosen majors require complementary units, and how many, as this will affect the number of elective choices you have. You can also take broadening units as electives.

For more information on choosing electives, browse the units available or see a course adviser at your assigned Faculty Student Office. Find out which Student Office you are assigned to via studentConnect (login required).

To make up the remaining units required to complete an undergraduate degree course, you have a wide range of electives in many subject areas to choose from. These electives are listed below by level and in broad subject groupings:

Level 1

University of Western Australia

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S2SVLG1002McCusker Centre for Citizenship Internship
Prerequisites:
Permission/approval is required to enrol.
S2SVLG1005McCusker Centre for Citizenship Internship (0 credit points)
Prerequisites:
Permission / approval is required to enrol.
SSSVLG1006Pathways to Citizenship
S2SVLG1007Student Leader Internship
Prerequisites:
Permission/approval is required to enrol.

School of Indigenous Studies

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S2INDG1150Aboriginal Encounters: Strangers in our Backyard
Incompability:
HIST1100 Aboriginal History
S1INDG1160Boodjar Moort Katitjin: Introduction to Indigenous Heritage and Knowledge
NSINDG1800Indigenous Ways of Knowing 1 (Introductory)
Prerequisites:
24 Points of prior study and approval by The School of Indigenous Studies.

Arts, Business, Law and Education

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S2ACCT1101Financial Accounting
Incompability:
ACCT5432 Introductory Financial Accounting
N/AACCT1113De-mystifying Accounting
S1ANTH1001Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society
Incompability:
ANTH1101 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society
S2ANTH1002Global Change, Local Responses
Incompability:
ANTH1102 Global Change, Local Responses
S2ARCT1001Architecture Studio 1
Prerequisites:
ARLA1000 Design Studio—Groundings (formerly IDES1000 Studio Fundamentals)
S2ARCT1010Drawing History
S1ARCT1011Art, Technology and Society
Incompability:
VISA1001 Art, Technology and Society; HART1001 Art, Technology and Society
S1ARCY1001Great Discoveries in Global Archaeology
Incompability:
ARCY1101 Digging up the Past
S2ARCY1002Archaeology A, B and 14C
Incompability:
ARCY1102 Archaeology of Tribes and Empires
S2ARLA1000Design Studio—Groundings
Co-requisites:
ARLA0001 School of Design Workshop Induction
S2ARLA1030Structures and Natural Systems
Incompability:
ARCT1030 Structures and Natural Systems
S1ARLA1040Techniques of Visualisation
Incompability:
IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation
S1ASIA1001Asian Societies and Cultures
Incompability:
ASIA1101 Exploring Asian Identities
S2ASIA1002Asia from Colonial to Modern
Incompability:
ASIA1102 Creating Asian Modernities
S2BUSN1102Changing the World: Social Innovation, Finance and Enterprise
S1CHIN1001Chinese 3A
Prerequisites:
WACE Chinese: Second Language CSL 2A/2B
S1CHIN1401Chinese 1
Incompability:
WACE Chinese: Second Language CSL 2A/2B or higher; or CHIN1101 Chinese Beginners 1
S2CHIN1402Chinese 2
Prerequisites:
CHIN1401 Chinese 1 or CHIN1101 Chinese Beginners 1
S1CHIN1403Chinese 3
Prerequisites:
ATAR CSL (Chinese: Second Language) or WACE Chinese: Second Language CSL 3A/3B or (WACE Chinese: Second Language CSL 2A/2B and co-requisite CHIN1001 Chinese 3A) or equivalent
S2CHIN1404Chinese 4
Prerequisites:
CHIN1403 Chinese 3 or CHIN1103 Chinese Intermediate I
S1CHIN1405Chinese 5
Prerequisites:
available to students assessed by the discipline as having advanced language skills
S2CHIN1406Chinese 6
Prerequisites:
CHIN1405 Chinese 5
S1CLAN1001Myths of the Greeks and Romans: Story, History and Reinvention
Incompability:
CLAH1111 Myth: from Creation to Death
S2CLAN1002Glory and Grandeur
Incompability:
CLAH1103 Glory and Grandeur
S2CLAN1101Latin 1
Incompability:
LATN1151 Beginners' Latin I
S1COMM1001Power, Participation and Meaning
Incompability:
COMM1101 Human Technology: Debating Communication
S2ECON1101Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
S2ECON1102Macroeconomics: Money and Finance
S2ECON1111Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Applications (ATAR) or WACE Mathematics 2C/2D or TEE Discrete Mathematics or MATH0700 Preparatory Mathematics
N/AECON1141Australian Economic History
S1EDUC1102Learning Effectively: Improving Your Learning and Teaching
S2EDUC1103Education for a Global Knowledge Society
S1EDUC1104A World of Mobile Learning
S1EMPL1101Introduction to Employment Relations
Incompability:
IREL1101/2201 Foundations of Employment Relations
S2EMPL1206Social Psychology of Work
Incompability:
EMPL2206 Social Psychology of Work
S2ENGL1000Global Literatures
S1ENGL1002Literary Classics
S1ENGL1401Narrative in the Digital Age
Incompability:
ENGL1112 Screen Cultures/Print Cultures
S2ENGL1501Reading Creatively/Writing Creatively
Incompability:
ENGL1113 Introduction to Creative Writing
S1ENGL1902Reading Bodies
Incompability:
GEND1902 Reading Bodies
S2FINA1109Managing Your Personal Finance
S2FINA1221Introduction to Finance
Prior studies:
ACCT1101 Financial Accounting
SSFREN1401French Studies 1
Incompability:
WACE French FRE 2A/2B or higher; FREN1101 French Beginners I
SSFREN1402French Studies 2
Prerequisites:
FREN1401 French Studies 1 or FREN1101 French Beginners 1
S1FREN1403French Studies 3
Prerequisites:
ATAR FSL (French: Second Language) or WACE French FRE 2A/2B or WACE French FRE 3A/3B or approval of convener
S2FREN1404French Studies 4
Prerequisites:
FREN1403 French Studies 3 or FREN1103 French Intermediate I
S1FREN1405French Studies 5
Prerequisites:
approval of convener
S2FREN1406French Studies 6
Prerequisites:
FREN1405 French Studies 5 or FREN1105 French Advanced I
S1GEND1901Gender in Australia
Incompability:
WOMN1102 Days of Our Lives: Gender in Australia
S1GRMN1002German Studies 3B
Prerequisites:
WACE Stage 2 German or equivalent
S2GRMN1401German Beginners 1
Incompability:
WACE German: GER2A/2B or higher, GRMN1101 German Beginners I
SSGRMN1402German Beginners 2
Prerequisites:
GRMN1401 German Beginners 1 or equivalent, with the consent of the convener
S1GRMN1403German Studies 3
Prerequisites:
ATAR GSL (German: Second Language) or WACE German GER2A/2B or higher or equivalent
S2GRMN1404German Studies 4
Prerequisites:
GRMN1403 German Studies 3 or equivalent, with the consent of the convener
S1GRMN1405German Studies 5
Prerequisites:
approval of convener
S2GRMN1406German Studies 6
Prerequisites:
GRMN1405 German Studies 5 or GRMN1105 German Advanced I or the consent of the convener
S1HART1000Great Moments in Art
Incompability:
VISA1000 Great Moments in Art
S2HART1003Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
S1HIST1001Old Worlds and New Empires
Incompability:
HIST1101 Old Worlds, New Empires 1250–1750
S2HIST1002An Age of Violence: the Making of the Modern World, 1789-2010
S2HIST1003Society and Culture in Europe, 800-1700
Incompability:
MEMS2002 World Views: Religion, Gender and Society in Pre-modern Europe, MEMS1001 Life, Thought and Culture in Pre-modern Europe
N/AHIST1102Contemporary European Culture in Historical Perspective
Incompability:
EURO1101 Contemporary European Culture in Historical Perspective
S2HIST1901Environmental History
Incompability:
HIST2201 Environmental History
S2HUMA1901English Language and Academic Communication I
S2HUMA1902English Language and Academic Communication II
S1INDO1001Indonesian 3A
Prerequisites:
WACE Indonesian: Second Language IND2A/2B
S1INDO1401Indonesian 1
Incompability:
INDO1101 Indonesian Beginners I
S2INDO1402Indonesian 2
Prerequisites:
INDO1401 Indonesian 1 or INDO1101 Indonesian Beginners I
S1INDO1403Indonesian 3
Prerequisites:
for Indonesian INDNP: ATAR IND Indonesian: Second Language or WACE Indonesian: Second Language IND2A/2B; for Indonesian INDNI: ATAR IND Indonesian: Second Language or WACE Indonesian: Second Language IND3A/3B
S2INDO1404Indonesian 4
Prerequisites:
INDO1403 Indonesian 3 or INDO1103 Indonesian Intermediate I
S1INDO1405Indonesian 5
Prerequisites:
Level 2 of the International Second Language Proficiency Ratings or equivalent
S2INDO1406Indonesian 6
Prerequisites:
INDO1405 Indonesian 5
SSITAL1401Italian Studies 1
Incompability:
WACE Italian ITA 2A/2B or higher; ITAL1101 Italian Beginners I
SSITAL1402Italian Studies 2
Prerequisites:
ITAL1401 Italian Studies 1 or ITAL1101 Italian Beginners 1
S1ITAL1403Italian Studies 3
Prerequisites:
ATAR ISL Italian:Second Language or WACE Italian ITA 2A/2B or 3A/3B or equivalent; or approval of Convener of Italian. Students assessed by the discipline as near native speakers are not suitable for this unit.
S2ITAL1404Italian Studies 4
Prerequisites:
ITAL1403 Italian Studies 3 or ITAL1103 Italian Intermediate I
S1ITAL1405Italian Studies 5
Prerequisites:
approval of Convener
S2ITAL1406Italian Studies 6
Prerequisites:
ITAL1405 Italian Studies 5 or ITAL1105 Italian Advanced I
S1JAPN1001Japanese 3A
Prerequisites:
WACE Japanese: Second Language JSL2A/2B or equivalent with approval of the unit coordinator
S1JAPN1401Japanese 1
Incompability:
WACE Japanese: Second Language JSL2A/2B or higher; JAPN1101 Japanese Beginners I
S2JAPN1402Japanese 2
Prerequisites:
JAPN1401 Japanese 1 or JAPN1101 Japanese Beginners I
S1JAPN1403Japanese 3
Prerequisites:
ATAR JSL (Japanese: Second Language) or WACE Japanese: Second Language JSL3A/3B or (WACE Japanese: Second Language JSL2A/2B and co-requisite JAPN1001 Japanese 3A) or approval of the unit coordinator
S2JAPN1404Japanese 4
Prerequisites:
JAPN1403 Japanese 3 or JAPN1103 Japanese Intermediate I
S1JAPN1405Japanese 5
Prerequisites:
available to students assessed by the discipline as having reached the equivalent level of achievement at Japanese Language Proficiency Test Level (JLPTL) or ISLPR Level 2 language skills
S2JAPN1406Japanese 6
Prerequisites:
JAPN1405 Japanese 5
S1KORE1401Korean 1
S2KORE1402Korean 2
Prerequisites:
KORE1401 Korean 1 or KORE1101 Korean 1 or equivalent
S1KORE1405Korean 5
Prerequisites:
Students can enrol in this unit after being assessed as near-native speakers by the unit coordinator.
S2KORE1406Korean 6
Prerequisites:
KORE1405 Korean 5 or equivalent language proficiency to be assessed by the unit coordinator
N/ALACH1000Landscape Architecture Studio—Groundings
Co-requisites:
ARLA0001 School of Design Workshop Induction
S1LACH1010History and Theory of Landscape Architecture
S2LACH1020The Culture of Nature
S2LAWS1104Introduction to Law
S2LAWS1110Crime and Society
S1LAWS1111Law, Conflict and Change
S1LAWS1120Australian Legal Principles and Institutions
Incompability:
LAWS1104 Introduction to Law
S1LING1001Language and Communication
Incompability:
LING1101 Language and Communication
S2LING1002Language as a Cognitive System
Incompability:
LING1102 Language as a Cognitive System
S2LING1901Language Learning and the Multilingual World
Incompability:
LING1103 Language, Culture and Society; LING2240 Language Learning and Applied Linguistics
S2MGMT1135Organisational Behaviour
Incompability:
MGMT2235 Organisational Behaviour
S2MGMT1136Management and Organisations
Incompability:
MGMT2236 Management and Organisations
S1MKTG1107Consumers Around the World
SSMKTG1203Introduction to Marketing
Incompability:
MKTG2203 Marketing Management
S2MKTG1204Consumer Behaviour
Incompability:
MKTG2204 Consumer Behaviour
S1MUSC1054Music Theory for Electronic Musicians
S2MUSC1055Electronic Music: Methods and Means
S1MUSC1310Communication Skills in Music
SSMUSC1321Music Language 1
Prerequisites:
ATAR MUS Music or WACE Music 3A/3B or Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) grade 5 practical and grade 5 theory or equivalent
S2MUSC1322Music Language 2
Prerequisites:
MUSC1321 Music Language 1 or MUSC1201 Techniques of Music 1
S2MUSC1350Popular Music in Global Perspective
Incompability:
MUSC3010 Popular Music and Culture
S1MUSC1351Women in Music
SSMUSC1981Music Ensemble 1
Prerequisites:
some ensembles are subject to audition (e.g. Symphony Orchestra, Vocal Consort); some ensembles are non-auditioned and require no previous experience (e.g. percussion ensemble)
S2MUSC1982Music Ensemble 2
Prerequisites:
MUSC1981 Music Ensemble 1 Some ensembles are subject to audition (e.g. Symphony Orchestra, Vocal Consort); some ensembles are non-auditioned and require no previous experience (e.g. percussion ensemble)
S1PHIL1001Justice and Contemporary Ethics
Incompability:
PHIL1107 Ethics, Free Will and Meaning
SSPHIL1002Introduction to Critical Thinking
Incompability:
PHIL1105 Introduction to Critical Thinking
S2PHIL1003God, Mind and Knowledge
Incompability:
PHIL1125 God, Mind and Knowledge
S1POLS1101The Liberal Democratic State
S2POLS1102The Contemporary International System
SSSOCS1111The Global Family
S2SOCS1901Communication in Practice
Incompability:
ENGL2280 Professional Writing, HUMA1901 English Language and Academic Communication I, HUMA1902 English Language and Academic Communication II; COMM1901 Communication in Practice
S2SPAN1401Spanish Studies 1
SSSPAN1402Spanish Studies 2
Prerequisites:
SPAN1401 Spanish Studies 1
N/ASVLG1001Fundamentals of Service Learning
S1URBD1000Introduction to Urban Design
S1VISA1050Art of Visualisation and Recording
S1VISA1051Art in the Environment
S2VISA1052Art of Expression
S1VISA1053Video Art: Methods and Means
S2VISA1054Art of Drawing

Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S2CITS1001Object-oriented Programming and Software Engineering
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Applications ATAR or WACE Mathematics 2C/2D or MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals or equivalent or higher
S2CITS1401Problem Solving and Programming
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Applications ATAR or WACE Mathematics 2C/2D or MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals or equivalent or higher
SSCITS1402Relational Database Management Systems
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Applications ATAR or WACE Mathematics 2C/2D or MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals or equivalent or higher
S2ENSC1002Material Behaviour from Atoms to Bridges
Prerequisites:
(Mathematics Specialist ATAR or WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist) and (Chemistry ATAR or WACE Chemistry 3A/3B or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry) and (Physics ATAR or WACE Physics 3A/3B or PHYS1030 Bridging Physics)
N/AENSC1601Large-scale Engineering Wonders
N/AMATH1001Mathematical Methods 1
Prerequisites:
WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist or MATH1712 Intermediate Mathematics Specialist or MATH1035 Calculus and Matrices or TEE Calculus or equivalent. Students who commenced in 2011 may substitute MATH1038 Calculus and its Applications for MATH1035 Calculus and Matrices.
S1MATH1002Mathematical Methods 2
Prerequisites:
MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1
SSMATH1011Multivariable Calculus
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Specialist ATAR or WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist or equivalent
SSMATH1012Mathematical Theory and Methods
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Specialist ATAR or WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist or equivalent
S1MATH1601Mathematics, Culture and Everyday Life
S2MATH1720Mathematics Fundamentals
Incompability:
ATAR Mathematics Methods; WACE Mathematics 3A/3B; MATH0700 Preparatory Mathematics; ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics; or equivalent or higher
S2MATH1721Mathematics Foundations: Methods
Prerequisites:
WACE Mathematics 3A/3B or WACE Mathematics 3C/3D or MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals or ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics or MATH0038 Mathematical Analysis or equivalent
SSMATH1722Mathematics Foundations: Specialist
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Methods ATAR or WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3A/3B or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods or equivalent
S2PHYS1001Physics for Scientists and Engineers
Prerequisites:
(Physics ATAR or WACE Physics 3A/3B or PHYS1030 Physics Bridging Unit or equivalent) and (Mathematics Methods ATAR or Mathematics Specialist ATAR or WACE Mathematics 3C/3D or WACE Mathematics Specialist 3A/3B or WACE Mathematics Specialist 3C/3D or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist or MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods or equivalent)
S2PHYS1002Modern Physics
Prerequisites:
PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers and (ATAR Mathematics Specialist or WACE Mathematics Specialist 3C/3D or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist or MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods or equivalent)
S1PHYS1021Applied Physics A
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Applications ATAR or Mathematics Methods ATAR or Mathematics Specialist ATAR or WACE Mathematics 3A/3B or Mathematics 3C/3D or Mathematics Specialist 3A/3B or Mathematics Specialist 3C/3D or MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist or equivalent
S2PHYS1030Physics Bridging Unit
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Methods ATAR or Mathematics Specialist ATAR or WACE Mathematics Specialist 3A/3B or WACE Mathematics Specialist 3C/3D or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist or equivalent
S1SCIE1121Our Universe
S2SCIE1122Our Solar System
S2STAT1400Statistics for Science
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Applications ATAR or Mathematics Methods ATAR or WACE Mathematics 2C/2D or MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals or equivalent or higher
SSSTAT1520Economic and Business Statistics
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Methods ATAR or WACE Mathematics 3A/3B or MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals or ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics or MATH0038 Mathematical Analysis or equivalent or higher

Science

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S1ANHB1101Human Biology I: Becoming Human
S2ANHB1102Human Biology II: Being Human
Prior studies:
ANHB1101">ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human strongly recommended. Students who have not completed ANHB1101">ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human should complete a recommended reading list, available on LMS (Learning Management System).
S1ANIM1001The Darwinian Revolution
S1BIOL1130Frontiers in Biology
S2BIOL1131Plant and Animal Biology
Prior studies:
BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology or WACE Biological Sciences or TEE Biology
S2CHEM1001Chemistry—Properties and Energetics
Prerequisites:
ATAR Chemistry or WACE Chemistry 3A/3B or TEE Chemistry or equivalent or CHEM1105 Introductory Chemistry or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry
S2CHEM1002Chemistry—Structure and Reactivity
Prerequisites:
ATAR Chemistry or WACE Chemistry 3A/3B or TEE Chemistry or equivalent or CHEM1105 Introductory Chemistry or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry
S1CHEM1003Introductory Chemistry
Incompability:
This unit is not available to students who have a satisfactory performance (scaled score of 50 per cent or more) in Chemistry ATAR or WACE Chemistry 3A/3B or TEE Chemistry, or equivalent.
S2CHEM1004Biological Chemistry
Prerequisites:
ATAR Chemistry, WACE Chemistry 3A/3B or TEE Chemistry or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry or equivalent
S2EART1104Discovering Earth
Prior studies:
EART1105 The Dynamic Planet
S1EART1105The Dynamic Planet
Incompability:
CIVL2121 Engineering Geology and Geomechanics
S2ECON1120Environmental Economics 1
SSENVT1103Natural History
S1GEOG1103Geographies of a Global City
S2GEOG1104Disasters!
S2NEUR1001Neuroscience in Society
S1PSYC1101Psychology: Mind and Brain
S2PSYC1102Psychology: Behaviour in Context
S2SCIE1104Science, Society and Data Analysis
Prerequisites:
ATAR Mathemematics Applications;WACE Mathematics 2C/2D or TEE Discrete Mathematics or equivalent or higher
S2SCIE1106Molecular Biology of the Cell
Prerequisites:
(Human Biology: ATAR or equivalent; or Biology: ATAR or equivalent; or ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human; or ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human; or BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology; or IMED1001 Form and Function) and (Chemistry: ATAR or equivalent or a Level 1 Chemistry unit)
S1SCOM1101Communicating Science
Prerequisites:
ATAR Mathematics Applications or WACE Mathematics 2C/2D or TEE Discrete Mathematics or equivalent or higher
S1SSEH1101The Musculoskeletal System and Movement
Incompability:
SSEH1108 Functional Anatomy Foundations for Podiatry; HMES1108 Functional Anatomy Foundations for Podiatry
S2SSEH1102Applied Anatomy and Athletic Performance
SSSSEH1103Physical Fitness and Health
S2SSEH1104Active Leadership 1: Developing Leadership Skills

Health and Medical Sciences

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S2IMED1108Issues in Women's Health Across the Lifespan
S2PHAR1101Drugs that Changed the World
S1PUBH1101Health and Illness in Human Populations
Incompability:
IMED1004 Understanding Health and Disease in People and Populations
S2PUBH1102Health and Globalisation

Level 2

University of Western Australia

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
SSGCRL2000BPhil Research Placement
Prerequisites:
enrolment in Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BH005) and approval of the academic coordinator
S1SVLG2003Service Learning for UWA Student Guild Office Bearers I
Prior studies:
SVLG1001 Fundamentals of Service Learning
S2SVLG2004Service Learning for UWA Student Guild Office Bearers II
Prior studies:
SVLG1001 Fundamentals of Service Learning

School of Indigenous Studies

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S1INDG2300Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 unit from the Indigenous Knowledge, History and Heritage major or HIST1100 Aboriginal History
S2INDG2500Looking North: The Wild West
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 unit from the Indigenous Knowledge, History and Heritage major or HIST1100 Aboriginal History
S2INDG2600Indigenous Representation
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 unit from the Indigenous Knowledge, History and Heritage major or HIST1100 Aboriginal History
S2INDG2700Knowing Country: The Dreaming and Darwin
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 unit or equivalent
NSINDG2800Indigenous Ways of Knowing 2 (Intermediate)
Prerequisites:
48 Points of successful prior study and approval by the School of Indigenous Studies.

Arts, Business, Law and Education

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
N/AABUS2290Cultural Foundations of Asian Business
Prerequisites:
MGMT1135 Organisational Behaviour; or MGMT1136 Management and Organisations; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2ACCT2112Management Accounting
Prerequisites:
ACCT1101 Financial Accounting
S2ACCT2201Corporate Accounting
Prerequisites:
ACCT1101 Financial Accounting
N/AACCT2242Accounting Information Systems
Prerequisites:
ACCT1101 Financial Accounting
S1ACCT2331Taxation
Prerequisites:
ACCT1101 Financial Accounting
S1ANTH2001Social Thought
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ANTH unit
N/AANTH2401Constructing Cultures Through Media
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ANTH unit
N/AANTH2402Religion in Society
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ANTH unit
S2ANTH2405Sex, Gender and Social Life
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ANTH unit or GEND1901 Days of our Lives: Gender in Australia
N/AANTH2406Society, Law and Politics
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ANTH unit
S1ANTH2407Australian Society
Prerequisites:
any level 1 ANTH unit
NSANTH2702Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 ANTH or ASIA unit or ENSC1001 Global Challenges in Engineering
S1ANTH2801Refugees, Human Rights, Violence and Fear
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ANTH unit
N/AANTH2901Religion and Globalisation
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 Anthropology unit or a Level 1 Political Science unit or a Level 1 History unit
S2ANTH2902Aboriginal Art and Society
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Arts unit
S1ARCT2010Parallel Modernities in Architecture
Prerequisites:
ARCT1010 Drawing History and ARCT1011 Art, Technology and Society (formerly HART1001 Art, Technology and Society)
S1ARCT2030Materials and Small Constructions
Prerequisites:
ARLA1030 Structures and Natural Systems (formerly ARCT1030 Structures and Natural Systems) and ARLA1040 Techniques of Visualisation (formerly IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation).
S2ARCY2001The Archaeology of Human Origins and Symbolic Thought
Prerequisites:
12 points of Level 1 study in Archaeology, Anatomy, Anthropology or Classics and Ancient History
S1ARCY2004Archaeology of Rock Art
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Archaeology unit or VISA1001 Art Technology and Society or VISA1000 Great Moments in Art or ANTH1001">ANTH1001 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society or ANTH1002 Global Change, Local Responses or ANTH1001">ANTH1001 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society
NSARCY2005Rock Art Field Unit
Prerequisites:
ARCY2004 Archaeology of Rock Art; enrolment is subject to quota
S2ARLA2001Design Studio—Future Making
Prerequisites:
ARLA1000 Groundings (formerly IDES1000 Studio Fundamentals and LACH1000 Landscape Architecture Studio--Groundings) and ARLA1040 Techniques of Visualisation (formerly IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation)
NSASIA2001Culture, Society and the State in Asia
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 ASIA, JAPN, CHIN, KORE or INDO unit
S2ASIA2002Australia and Asia
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 ASIA, JAPN, CHIN,KORE or INDO unit
S1ASIA2004Popular Culture in Asia
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ANTH, ASIA, INDO, CHIN, KORE, JAPN, ENGL, COMM, HIST, POLS unit
N/AAUST2901Australia: Myths and Realities
Prerequisites:
completion of 48 points at Level 1
S1CHIN2001Chinese 3A
Prerequisites:
CHIN1402 Chinese 2 or CHIN1102 Chinese Beginners II
S1CHIN2003Translation for Beginners: English to Chinese
Prerequisites:
native speakers competence and literacy in Chinese or equivalent or CHIN2408 Chinese 8 or CHIN3408 Chinese 8
S2CHIN2004Translation for Beginners: Chinese to English
Prerequisites:
native speakers competence and literacy in Chinese or equivalent or CHIN2408 Chinese 8 or CHIN3408 Chinese 8
S1CHIN2403Chinese 3
Prerequisites:
CHIN1402 Chinese 2 or CHIN1102 Chinese Beginners II
S2CHIN2404Chinese 4
Prerequisites:
CHIN2403 Chinese 3 or (CHIN1403 Chinese 3 and CHIN1001 Chinese 3A) or CHIN2203 Chinese Intermediate I
S1CHIN2405Chinese 5
Prerequisites:
CHIN1404 Chinese 4 or CHIN2404 Chinese 4 or CHIN1104 Chinese Intermediate II or CHIN2204 Chinese Intermediate II
S2CHIN2406Chinese 6
Prerequisites:
CHIN2405 Chinese 5
S1CHIN2407Chinese 7
Prerequisites:
CHIN1406 Chinese 6 or CHIN2108 Native Speakers II
S2CHIN2408Chinese 8
Prerequisites:
CHIN2407 Chinese 7 or CHIN2209 Chinese for Business I
OSCHIN2801China Field Study
Incompability:
CHIN2215 China Field Study
N/ACHIN2802Chinese Language and Culture Immersion Program (Taiwan)
Prerequisites:
any level of Chinese language
S1CLAN2001The Golden Age of Athens
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 CLAN unit
S2CLAN2002The Foundation of the Roman Empire
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 CLAN unit
S1CLAN2102Latin 2
Prerequisites:
CLAN1101 Latin 1 or LATN1151 Beginners' Latin I
S2CLAN2103Latin 3
Prerequisites:
CLAN2102 Latin 2 or LATN2201 Intermediate Latin 1
S1CLAN2201Greek 1
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 CLAN unit or any Level 1 CLAH unit
S2CLAN2202Greek 2
Prerequisites:
CLAN2201 Greek 1 or GREE1151 Begineers Greek 1
S2COMM2001Communication and Mass Media
Prerequisites:
COMM1101 Human Technology: Debating Communication or COMM1001">COMM1001 Human Technology: Debating Communication or COMM1001">COMM1001 Power, Participation and Meaning or COMM1002 Cultures, New Media and Communications or ENGL1112 Screen Cultures/Print Cultures or LING1101 Language and Communication
S1COMM2002Digital Media
Prerequisites:
(COMM1002 Cultures, New Media and Communications or COMM1001 Power, Participation and Meaning) or (COMM1101 Human Technology and ENGL1112 Screen Cultures/Print Cultures or LING1101 Language and Communication)
S1ECON2105Rise of the Global Economy
Prerequisites:
ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
S2ECON2106Asia in the World Economy
Prerequisites:
ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets or 12 points Level 1 units in business
SSECON2233Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
Prerequisites:
ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
S2ECON2234Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
Prerequisites:
ECON1102 Macroeconomics: Money and Finance
S2ECON2245Business Economics
Prerequisites:
ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
SSECON2271Business Econometrics
Prerequisites:
STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics; or equivalent
S2EMPL2202Australian Employment Relations
Prerequisites:
EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations; EMPL1206 Social Psychology of Work; MGMT1135 Organisational Behaviour; or MGMT1136 Management and Organisations; for pre-2012 courses: a Level 1 Management or Employment Relations unit
NSENGL2100Writing China in Country
Prerequisites:
completion of 24 points
S2ENGL2200Jane Austen and her Legacy
Prerequisites:
any level 1 or 2 ENGL unit
S2ENGL2215Modernism and the Avant-garde
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ENGL unit or EURO2209 Utopias, Imagination and Modernity in European Culture
S1ENGL2401Netflicks: Cinema and Long-form Television
Incompability:
ENGL2217 Reading Film
S2ENGL2501Creative Writing: Theory and Practice
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 English unit
S1ENGL2602Shakespeare and his World
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 English unit or MEMS1001 Life, Thought and Culture in Pre-modern Europe
S1ENGL2604Romanticism and Revolution
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 English unit
S1FINA2204Derivative Products and Markets
Prerequisites:
STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics (or equivalent); and FINA1221/2221 Introduction to Finance
S1FINA2205Quantitative Methods for Finance
Prerequisites:
STAT1520">STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics (or equivalent) and FINA1221 Introduction to Finance (or equivalent); for pre-2012 courses: STAT1520">STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics (or equivalent) and six points of calculus
S1FINA2207Business Analysis and Valuation
Prerequisites:
FINA1221 Introduction to Finance; or FINA2221 Introduction to Finance
S2FINA2209Financial Planning
Prerequisites:
FINA1221 Introduction to Finance; or FINA2221 Introduction to Finance
S2FINA2222Corporate Financial Policy
Prerequisites:
FINA1221 Introduction to Finance; or FINA2221 Introduction to Finance
S1FREN2001Twentieth- and Twenty-first Century French Intellectual Thought
Prerequisites:
FREN1402 French Studies 2 or FREN1102 French Beginners 2
S1FREN2403French Studies 3
Prerequisites:
FREN1402 French Studies 2 or FREN1102 French Beginners II
S2FREN2404French Studies 4
Prerequisites:
FREN2403 French Studies 3 or (FREN1403 French Studies 3 and FREN1001 Specialist French Studies 3A) or FREN2203 French Intermediate I
S1FREN2405French Studies 5
Prerequisites:
FREN1404 French Studies 4 or FREN2404 French Studies 4 or FREN1104 French Intermediate II or FREN2204 French Intermediate II
S2FREN2406French Studies 6
Prerequisites:
FREN2405 French Studies 5 or FREN2205 French Advanced I
S1FREN2407French Studies 7
Prerequisites:
FREN1406 French Studies 6 or FREN1106 French Advanced II
S2FREN2408French Studies 8
Prerequisites:
FREN2407 French Studies 7 or FREN2207 French Advanced III
S2FREN2812French Cinema
Prerequisites:
FREN2403 French Studies 3 or FREN2405 French Studies 5 or FREN2407 French Studies 7 or FREN2203 French Intermediate I or FREN2205 French Advanced I or FREN2207 French Advanced III
S1GEND2901Sex, Bodies and Spaces
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Arts unit
S1GRMN2002German Studies 3B
Prerequisites:
GRMN1402 German Beginners 2 or GRMN1102 German Beginners II
S1GRMN2403German Studies 3
Prerequisites:
GRMN1402 German Beginners 2
S2GRMN2404German Studies 4
Prerequisites:
GRMN2403 German Studies 3
S1GRMN2405German Studies 5
Prerequisites:
GRMN1404 German Studies 4 or GRMN1104 German Intermediate II
S2GRMN2406German Studies 6
Prerequisites:
GRMN2405 German Studies 5 or GRMN2205 German Advanced I
N/AGRMN2407German Studies 7
Prerequisites:
GRMN1406 German Studies 6 or GRMN1106 German Advanced II or GRMN2409 German Studies 9 or GRMN2410 German Studies 10
N/AGRMN2408German Studies 8
Prerequisites:
GRMN2407 German Studies 7 or GRMN2207 German Advanced III or GRMN2409 German Studies 9 or GRMN2410 German Studies 10
S1GRMN2409German Studies 9
Prerequisites:
GRMN1406 German Studies 6 or GRMN1106 German Advanced II or GRMN2407 German Studies 7 or GRMN2408 German Studies 8
S2GRMN2410German Studies 10
Prerequisites:
GRMN2409 German Studies 9 or GRMN2209 German Advanced Language I or GRMN3309 German Advanced Language I, GRMN2407 German Studies 7 or GRMN2408 German Studies 8
NSGRMN2801Stuttgart Program
Prerequisites:
GRMN1402 German Studies 2 OR GRMN1404 German Studies 4; GRMN2404 German Studies 4 OR GRMN1406 German Studies 6; GRMN2406 German Studies 6; GRMN3406 German Studies 6
S1GRMN2812German Studies 12
Prerequisites:
GRMN1104 German Intermediate II or GRMN1404 German Studies 4 or GRMN1402 German Studies 2 or GRMN1102 German Beginners II or GRMN2203 German Intermediate I or GRMN1406 German Studies 6 or the consent of the convener
N/AHART2041The Art of Photography
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (previously VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (previously VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
N/AHART2042Living Paris: Experiencing and Representing the Modern City
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art or ARCT1010 Drawing History or LACH1010 History and Theory of Landscape Architecture or LACH1020 The Culture of Nature
N/AHART2043Looking East: Envisioning the Orient in Western Art
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (previously VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (previously VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
S2HART2201The Art of Modern Life
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
N/AHART2202Art as Politics
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
S1HART2207Caravaggio and the Baroque
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
S2HART2222Contemporary Art
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
S1HART2223Modernism and the Visual Arts
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
N/AHART2234Film Noir to the New Wave
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
N/AHART2237Nineteenth-Century British Art
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
N/AHART2243Imagist Avant-Garde Film
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
S1HART2274Introduction to Museum and Curatorial Studies
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
S2HART2275Italian Renaissance Art Now
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
N/AHART2276Prints from Dürer to Toulouse-Lautrec
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
SSHART2283Rome
Prerequisites:
HART1000 Great Moments in Art (formerly VISA1000) or HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (formerly VISA1001) or HART1003 Ways of Seeing: Themes and Theories in Art
N/AHIST2001Restaging the Past: Cinema and the Practice of History
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 History unit or EURO1101 Europe Now: Cultures and Identities or GEND1901 Gender in Australia
S2HIST2003Crises and Controversies in Australian History
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 History unit or EURO1101 Europe Now: Cultures and Identities or GEND1901 Gender in Australia
S2HIST2005Hitler, the Holocaust and the Historians
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 History unit or EURO1101 Europe Now: Cultures and Identities or GEND1901 Gender in Australia
S2HIST2006Imperial America—1845 to Present
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 History unit or EURO1101 Europe Now: Cultures and Identities or GEND1901 Gender in Australia
S1HIST2007Thinking History
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 History unit or EURO1101 Contemporary European Culture in Historical Perspective or GEND1901 Gender in Australia
N/AHIST2008White Supremacy
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 History unit or EURO1101 Europe Now: Cultures and Identities or GEND1901 Gender in Australia
S2HIST2011From 'Glorious Revolution' to Industrial Revolution: Making Britain, 1688–1888
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 History unit or EURO1101 Europe Now: Cultures and Identities or GEND1901 Gender in Australia
S1HIST2013Medieval and Early Modern Women
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 History unit or GEND1902 Reading Bodies or ENGL1902 Reading Bodies
N/AHIST2014The City in History
Prerequisites:
a Level 1 History unit or EURO1101 Europe Now: Cultures and Identities or GEND1901 Gender in Australia
N/AHIST2015Looking for Australia: From the Deep Past to Federation
Prior studies:
24 points of study
S1HIST2202Civilisation and Barbarism in European Cultural History
Incompability:
EURO2201 Civilisation and Barbarism in European Cultural History
N/AHIST2902Masculinity, Nostalgia and Change
Prerequisites:
Any level 1 GEND, EURO or HIST unit
SSHRMT2237Human Resource Management
Prerequisites:
MGMT1135">MGMT1135 Organisational Behaviour; or MGMT1136">MGMT1136 Management and Organisations; for pre-2012 courses (pre- or co-requisite): [MGMT1135">MGMT1135/MGMT2235 Organisational Behaviour; or MGMT1136">MGMT1136/MGMT2236 Management and Organisations; or EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations; or EMPL2201 Foundations of Employment Relations; or EMPL1102/EMPL2202 Australian Employment Relations
SSHUMA2901Arts Practicum
Prerequisites:
completion of at least eight units and enrolment in a major in the Bachelor of Arts
S1IDES2000Integrated Design Studio 2—Making
Prerequisites:
IDES1000 Studio Fundamentals (formerly ARCT1000 Studio Fundamentals) and IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation
S2IDES2040Future Making
Prerequisites:
ARLA1040 Techniques of Visualisation (formerly IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation)
S1INDO2001Indonesian 3A
Prerequisites:
INDO1402 Indonesian 2 or INDO1102 Indonesian Beginners II
S1INDO2403Indonesian 3
Prerequisites:
INDO1402 Indonesian 2 or INDO1102 Indonesian Beginners II
S2INDO2404Indonesian 4
Prerequisites:
INDO2403 Indonesian 3 or (INDO1403 Indonesian 3 and INDO1001 Indonesian 3A) or INDO2203 Indonesian Intermediate I
S1INDO2405Indonesian 5
Prerequisites:
INDO1404 Indonesian 4 or INDO1104 Indonesian Intermediate II or INDO2404 Indonesian 4 or INDO2204 Indonesian Intermediate II
S2INDO2406Indonesian 6
Prerequisites:
INDO2405 Indonesian 5 or INDO2205 Indonesian Advanced I or INDO3305 Indonesian Advanced I
S1INDO2407Indonesian 7
Prerequisites:
INDO1406 Indonesian 6
S2INDO2408Indonesian 8
Prerequisites:
INDO2407 Indonesian 7
S2INDO2801Indonesian In-country 5
Prerequisites:
completion of one year of Indonesian language studies at this University or equivalent
SSINDO2802Indonesian Field Study
Prerequisites:
any level of Indonesian language
S2INMT2232Project Management
Prerequisites:
MGMT1135 Organisational Behaviour or MGMT1136 Management and Organisations; for pre-2012 courses: none
S1ITAL2403Italian Studies 3
Prerequisites:
ITAL1402 Italian Studies 2 or ITAL1102 Italian Beginners 2
S2ITAL2404Italian Studies 4
Prerequisites:
ITAL2403 Italian Studies 3 or ITAL2203 Italian Intermediate 1
S1ITAL2405Italian Studies 5
Prerequisites:
ITAL1404 Italian Studies 4 or ITAL1104 Italian Intermediate II
S2ITAL2406Italian Studies 6
Prerequisites:
ITAL2405 Italian Studies 5
S1ITAL2407Italian Studies 7
Prerequisites:
ITAL1406 Italian Studies 6 or ITAL1106 Italian Advanced II
S2ITAL2408Italian Studies 8
Prerequisites:
ITAL2407 Italian Studies 7 or ITAL2207 Italian Advanced III
S1ITAL2811Italian Culture in Word and Image: from the Middle Ages to the Risorgimento
Prerequisites:
ITAL1402 Italian Studies 2
S2ITAL2812The Shape of Italian: Communicating Between Worlds
Prerequisites:
ITAL1402 Italian Studies 2 or ITAL1404 Italian Studies 4
S1JAPN2001Japanese 3A
Prerequisites:
JAPN1402 Japanese 2 or JAPN1102 Japanese Beginners II
S1JAPN2403Japanese 3
Prerequisites:
JAPN1402 Japanese 2 or JAPN1102 Japanese Beginners II
S2JAPN2404Japanese 4
Prerequisites:
JAPN2403 Japanese 3 or (JAPN1403 Japanese 3 and JAPN1001 Japanese 3A) or JAPN2203 Japanese Intermediate I
S1JAPN2405Japanese 5
Prerequisites:
JAPN1404 Japanese 4 or JAPN1104 Japanese Intermediate II or JAPN2404 Japanese 4 or JAPN2204 Japanese Intermediate II
S2JAPN2406Japanese 6
Prerequisites:
JAPN2405 Japanese 5 or JAPN2205 Japanese Advanced I
S1JAPN2407Japanese 7
Prerequisites:
JAPN1406 Japanese 6
S2JAPN2408Japanese 8
Prerequisites:
JAPN2407 Japanese 7
S1KORE2403Korean 3
Prerequisites:
KORE1402 Korean 2 or equivalent
S2KORE2404Korean 4
Prerequisites:
KORE2403 Korean 3 or KORE2401 Korean 3 or equivalent
S1KORE2811Readings in Korean Culture
Prerequisites:
KORE1402 Korean 2 or equivalent as determined by the unit convener
S1LACH2000Landscape Architecture Studio—Considerations
Prerequisites:
ARLA1040 Techniques of Visualisation (formerly IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation) and ARLA1000 Design Studio--Groundings (formerly IDES1000 Landscape Architecture Studio—Groundings)
S2LACH2001Landscape Architecture Studio—Speculations
Prerequisites:
ARLA1040 Techniques of Visualisation (formerly IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation) and ARLA1000 Design Studio—Groundings (formerly IDES1000 Studio Fundamentals)
S1LACH2030Site Manipulation
Prerequisites:
ARLA1040 Techniques of Visualisation (formerly IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation) and ARLA1000 Design Studio—Groundings (formerly LACH1000 Landscape Architecture Studio—Groundings)
S1LAWS2201Legal Framework of Business
Prerequisites:
LAWS1104 Introduction to Law or LAWS1120 Australian Legal Principles and Institutions
S2LAWS2206Taxation Law
Prerequisites:
(LAWS1104 Introduction to Law or LAWS1120 Australian Legal Principles and Institutions or equivalent) and (LAWS2301 Company Law or LAWS2201 Legal Framework of Business); for pre-2012 courses: any two relevant Level 1 units or equivalent
S2LAWS2220Birth, Life, Death and the Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS1104 Introduction to Law or LAWS1111">LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change (formerly LAWS1111">LAWS1111 Legal Systems) or LAWS1120 Australian Legal Principles and Institutions
N/ALAWS2223Criminal Justice System
Prerequisites:
LAWS1110 Crime and Society
S1LAWS2224Evolution of Human Rights
Prerequisites:
LAWS1111">LAWS1111 Law, Conflict, and Change (formerly LAWS1111">LAWS1111 Legal Systems)
NSLAWS2225Indigenous Peoples and the Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS1104 Introduction to Law or LAWS1111">LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change (formerly LAWS1111">LAWS1111 Legal Systems) or LAWS1120 Australian Legal Principles and Institutions
S2LAWS2226International Legal Institutions
Prerequisites:
LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change
S1LAWS2227Law in Action
Prerequisites:
LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change
S2LAWS2301Company Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS1104 Introduction to Law or LAWS1120 Australian Legal Principles and Institutions
S1LAWS2309Work and the Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS1111">LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change (formerly LAWS1111">LAWS1111 Legal Systems); or EMPL1101 Introduction to Employment Relations; or EMPL1206 Social Psychology of Work; for pre-2012 courses: any two relevant Level 1 units or equivalent
S1LING2001Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences
Prerequisites:
LING1001 Language and Communication or LING1101 Language and Communication
S1LING2002Phonetics and Phonology: the Sounds of the World's Languages
Prerequisites:
LING1002 Language as a Cognitive System or LING1102 Language as a Cognitive System
S2LING2003Language, Culture and Society
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Linguistics unit
N/AMEMS2001Classical Traditions and Transformations in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Prerequisites:
ENGL1001 Journeys: Texts Across Place and Time or ENGL1114 Romance: Narratives of Imagination or HIST1001 Old Worlds and New Empires or HIST1101 Old Worlds and New Empires or VISA1000 Great Moments in Art
S2MGMT2311Organisational Learning and Innovation
Prerequisites:
MGMT1135 Organisational Behaviour; or MGMT1136 Management and Organisations or equivalent
S1MGMT2341International Management
Prerequisites:
MGMT1135 Organisational Behaviour, or MGMT1136 Management and Organisations; for pre-2012 courses: none
SSMKTG2238Advertising and Promotion
Prerequisites:
MKTG1203 Introduction to Marketing; or equivalent; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2MKTG2301Small Business Management
Prerequisites:
MKTG1203 Introduction to Marketing; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2MKTG2305Marketing Research
Prerequisites:
MKTG1203 Marketing Management; for pre-2012 courses: MKTG2203 Marketing Management, or MKTG2204 Consumer Behaviour
S1MUSC2274Electronic Music: Experimental Investigations
Prerequisites:
MUSC1055 Electronic Music: Methods and Means
N/AMUSC2275Electronic Music: Interactive Systems
Prerequisites:
MUSC1055 Electronic Music: Methods and Means
N/AMUSC2276Sound, Image and Space
Prerequisites:
MUSC1055 Electronic Music: Methods and Means
S1MUSC2331Western Art Music 1 (Renaissance and Baroque)
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Music unit
S2MUSC2332Western Art Music 2 (Classical and Romantic)
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Music unit
S2MUSC2350Music in World Cultures
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Music unit or ANTH1001 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society or ANTH1101 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society or ANTH1002 Global Change, Local Responses or ANTH1102 Global Change, Local Responses
S2MUSC2355Chamber Music
Prerequisites:
MUSC1342 Practical Music 2
S1MUSC2520Music Language 3
Prerequisites:
MUSC1322 Music Language 2 or MUSC1202 Techniques of Music 2
S2MUSC2525Music Language 4
Prerequisites:
MUSC2520 Music Language 3 or MUSC2201 Techniques of Music 3
S2MUSC2542Principal Studies 4
Prerequisites:
MUSC2541 Principal Studies 3 or MUSC2401 Practical Studies 3
S2MUSC2981Music Ensemble 3
Prerequisites:
MUSC1982 Music Ensemble 2 or any Level 1 Music unit and audition. Some ensembles are subject to audition (e.g. Symphony Orchestra, Vocal Consort); some ensembles are non-auditioned and require no previous experience (e.g. percussion ensemble)
S2MUSC2982Music Ensemble 4
Prerequisites:
MUSC2981 Music Ensemble 3. Some ensembles are subject to audition (e.g. Symphony Orchestra, Vocal Consort); some ensembles are non-auditioned and require no previous experience (e.g. percussion ensemble)
S2PHIL2001Bioethics
Prerequisites:
any level 1 unit in the Bachelor of Arts, or equivalent
SSPHIL2002Logic: How to Defeat Your Foes with Reasoning
Prerequisites:
24 points of Level 1 units
S1PHIL2003Philosophy of Religion
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Philosophy unit
S1PHIL2004Philosophy of Mind
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Philosophy unit or PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain
S2PHIL2005Exploring the Nature of Science
Prerequisites:
24 points of Level 1 units
N/APHIL2006Problems in Philosophical Psychology
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Philosophy unit
S1PHIL2007Knowledge and the Justification of Belief
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 unit
S1POLS2201Foundations of Public Policy
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 POLS unit
N/APOLS2202Australian Politics: Institutions, Campaigning and Spin
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 POLS unit
S2POLS2204The Politics of Gender
Prerequisites:
completion of 24 points
N/APOLS2207The Evolution of International Order
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Political Science and International Relations unit
N/APOLS2211History of Political Ideas
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Political Science and International Relations unit
N/APOLS2214Strategy, Diplomacy and Conflict
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 POLS unit
S2POLS2216Politics in the USA
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 POLS unit
N/APOLS2220Foundations of Global Political Economy
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 POLS unit
S1POLS2231Politics of the Mass Media
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 POLS unit
N/APOLS2232Global Governance
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 POLS unit
S2POLS2233International Relations in East Asia
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 POLS unit
N/ASOCS2901Mining the Landscape
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 unit in Anthropology, Archaeology, Indigenous Studies or Communication Studies; or HIST1002 An Age of Violence: the Making of the Modern World, 1789–2010 plus, as a co-requisite, HIST1901 Environmental History
S2SPAN2812Tradition vs Modernity: Understanding Spain Today
Prerequisites:
SPAN1402 Spanish Studies 2
N/ASVLG2001Community Impact Studies
Prior studies:
SVLG1001 Fundamentals of Service Learning or SVLG1002 McCusker Centre for Citizenship Internship (formerly Service Learning Experience)
S2VISA2050Video Art: Experimental Investigations
Prerequisites:
VISA1053 Video Art: Methods and Means
N/AVISA2051Curatorial Practices
Prerequisites:
one of the following: VISA1050 Art of Visualisation and Recording, VISA1051 Art in the Environment, VISA1052 Art of Expression, VISA1053 Video Art: Methods and Means, VISA1054 Art of Drawing
N/AVISA2215Painting Now
Prerequisites:
VISA1050 Art of Visualisation and Recording, VISA1051 Art in the Environment, VISA1052 Art of Expression, VISA1054 Art of Drawing or VISA1053 Video Art: Methods and Means
S2VISA2255Sculpture: Time and Space
Prerequisites:
VISA1050 Art of Visualisation and Recording or VISA1051 Art in the Environment or VISA1052 Art of Expression or VISA1054 Art of Drawing or VISA1053 Video Art: Methods and Means
N/AVISA2268Surrealism
Prerequisites:
VISA1000 Great Moments in Art or VISA1001 Art, Technology and Society or ENGL1401 Meaning and Medium
N/AVISA2270International Studio for Arts and Culture
Prior studies:
one of the following: VISA1050 Art of Visualisation and Recording; VISA1051 Art in the Environment; VISA1052 Art of Expression; VISA1053 Video Art: Methods and Means; VISA1054 Art of Drawing
S2VISA2272Art of the Graphic Novel
Prerequisites:
one of the following units: VISA1050 Art of Visualisation and Recording; VISA1051 Art in the Environment; VISA1053 Video Art: Methods and Means; VISA1054 Art of Drawing; VISA1052 Art of Expression; ARCT1000 Studio Fundamentals; ARCT1010 Drawing History; IDES1040 Techniques of Visualisation
S1VISA2273Art of Drawing—Advanced
Prerequisites:
one of the following units: VISA1050 Art of Visualisation and Recording; VISA1051 Art in the Environment; VISA1053 Video Art: Methods and Means; VISA1054 Art of Drawing; VISA1052 Art of Expression; ARLA1000 Design Studio: Groundings (formerly IDES1000 Studio Fundamentals); ARLA1040 Techniques of Visualisation
SSWILG2201Professional Experience Practicum
Prerequisites:
Completion of at least 48 point units and approval by the unit coordinator.

Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S2CITS2002Systems Programming
Prior studies:
CITS1001 Object-oriented Programming and Software Engineering or CITS1401 Problem Solving and Programming or CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation
S1CITS2200Data Structures and Algorithms
Prerequisites:
CITS1001 Object-oriented Programming and Software Engineering and (Mathematics Methods ATAR or WACE Mathematics Specialist 3A/3B2 or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods or equivalent or higher)
S2CITS2211Discrete Structures
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Methods ATAR or WACE Mathematics 3A/3B or MATH1721 Mathematics Methods or equivalent or higher
SSCITS2401Computer Analysis and Visualisation
Prerequisites:
Mathematics Methods ATAR or WACE Mathematics 3A/3B or MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals or equivalent or higher
S2ENSC2001Motion
Prerequisites:
ENSC1002 Material Behaviour from Atoms to Bridges and (MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus)
S2ENSC2002Energy
Prerequisites:
MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus
S2ENSC2011Global Challenges in Engineering
Incompability:
ENSC1001 Global Challenges in Engineering
NSENSC2601A Critical Theory of Technological Development
Prerequisites:
completion of 48 points including ENSC1001 Global Challenges in Engineering (formerly ENSC1001 Engineering Challenges in a Global World); or a Level 1 unit from the Bachelor of Arts
S1MATH2021Introduction to Applied Mathematics
Prerequisites:
MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods)
S1MATH2031Introduction to Pure Mathematics
Prerequisites:
MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods; for pre-2012 courses: MATH1010 Calculus and Linear Algebra and MATH1020 Calculus, Statistics and Probability
S2MATH2501Mathematical Methods 3
Prerequisites:
(MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods) or MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH2209 Calculus and Probability and MATH2020 Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra) or equivalent
S1PHYS2001Quantum Mechanics 1 and Electromagnetism
Prerequisites:
PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers and PHYS1002 Modern Physics and (MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus)
S2PHYS2002The Physics of Particles
Prerequisites:
PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers and PHYS1002 Modern Physics and (MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus)
S2STAT2062Fundamentals of Probability with Applications
Prerequisites:
(MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 and MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2) or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods); for pre-2012 courses: MATH1020 Calculus, Statistics and Probability or FINA2205 Quantitative Methods for Finance
S1STAT2401Analysis of Experiments
Prerequisites:
STAT1400 Statistics for Science or STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics or MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods or MATH1020 Calculus, Probability and Statistics (students enrolled in the Master of Data Science may take one of these units as a co-requisite)
S2STAT2402Analysis of Observations
Prerequisites:
STAT1400 Statistics for Science or STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics or MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods or MATH1020 Calculus, Probability and Statistics (students enrolled in the Master of Data Science may take one of these units as a co-requisite)

Science

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
N/AAGRI2001World Food Production Systems
Prerequisites:
ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets, ACCT1101 Financial Accounting
S1ANHB2212Human Structure and Development
Prerequisites:
six points of ANHB1101">ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human; ANHB1102">ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human; BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology); BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology; SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell; SSEH1101">SSEH1101 The Musculoskeletal System and Movement (formerly SSEH1101">SSEH1101 Human Movement 1); or SSEH1102">SSEH1102 Human Structure and Athletic Performance (formerly SSEH1102">SSEH1102 Human Movement 2) Students who have not passed BOTH ANHB1101">ANHB1101 and ANHB1102">ANHB1102 must take a prescribed reading list available from the unit coordinator and on LMS.
N/AANHB2213Human Functional Anatomy
Prerequisites:
ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development or [ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human and ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human and SSEH1101">SSEH1101 The Musculoskeletal System and Movement (formerly SSEH1101">SSEH1101 Human Movement 1)]
S2ANHB2214Human Organs and Systems
Prerequisites:
ANHB1101Human Biology I: Becoming Human, ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human, BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology, BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology, SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell or IMED1001 Form and Function
S1ANHB2215Biological Anthropology: Human Adaptation and Variation
Prior studies:
12 points from ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human; ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human; BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology); BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology; SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell; ANTH1101 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society; ANTH1001 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society; ANTH1102 Global Change, Local Responses; ANTH1002 Global Change, Local Responses
S2ANHB2216Human Reproductive Biology
Prior studies:
12 points from ANHB1101">ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human; ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human; BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology); BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology; SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell. Human biology units are strongly recommended. Students who have not passed ANHB1101">ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human must contact the unit coordinator for prescribed pre-reading.
S1ANHB2217Human Neurobiology
Prerequisites:
any two of ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human, ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human, BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology), SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell
S2ANIM2207Animal Function and Structure
Prerequisites:
EART1105 The Dynamic Planet or BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology or BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology)
S2ANIM2208Animal Ethics and Welfare
Prerequisites:
completion of 24 points
S1BIOC2001Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell
Prerequisites:
SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell and (CHEM1004 Biological Chemistry or CHEM1002 Chemistry—Structure and Reactivity)
S2BIOC2002Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function
Prerequisites:
SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell and six points of (CHEM1101 Inorganic and Physical Chemistry; CHEM1102 Organic Chemistry; CHEM1103 Biological Organic Chemistry; CHEM1104 Biological Inorganic and Physical Chemistry; CHEM1105 Introductory Chemistry; CHEM1106 Biological Chemistry; CHEM1001 Chemistry—Properties and Energetics; CHEM1002 Chemistry—Structure and Reactivity; CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry or CHEM1004 Biological Chemistry)
S2BIOL2261Conservation Biology
Prerequisites:
BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology) or BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology
S1CHEM2001Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques
Prerequisites:
one of (CHEM1001 Chemistry—Properties and Energetics, CHEM1101 Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, CHEM1104 Biological Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, CHEM1003">CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry, CHEM1105 Introductory Chemistry) and one of (CHEM1002 Chemistry—Structure and Reactivity, CHEM1102 Organic Chemistry, CHEM1103 Biological Organic Chemistry). A mark of 70 percent or above must be achieved in CHEM1003">CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry or CHEM1105 Introductory Chemistry.
S2CHEM2002Physical and Analytical Chemistry
Prerequisites:
CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry
S2CHEM2003Chemical Synthesis
Prerequisites:
CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry
S1EART2231Earth Materials
Prerequisites:
EART1104 Introduction to Geology
NSEART2232Field Geology
Prerequisites:
EART1104 Introduction to Geology
S2EART2234Earth Processes
Prerequisites:
EART1104 Introduction to Geology
S1ECON2224Environmental Economics 2
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ECON unit
S1ENVT2220The Climate System
Prerequisites:
none; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2ENVT2221Global Climate Change and Biodiversity
Prerequisites:
BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology) or BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology or EART1105 The Dynamic Planet; for pre-2012 courses: any Level 1 BIOL unit or any Level 1 EART unit
S1ENVT2236Soil Science
Prerequisites:
EART1105 The Dynamic Planet or ENVT1104 Environmental Science and Technology or BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology
S1ENVT2250Ecology
Prerequisites:
BIOL1130">BIOL1130">BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130">BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology) or BIOL1131">BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology; for pre-2012 courses: BIOL1130">BIOL1130">BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology or BIOL1131">BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology or EART1105 Earth and Environment: Dynamic Planet or EART1108 Earth and Environment: Geographical Perspectives
S2ENVT2251Hydrology and Water Resource Management
Prerequisites:
EART1105 The Dynamic Planet or ENVT1104 Environmental Science and Technology or GEOG1103 Geographies of a Global City
S2FNSC2200Mysteries of Forensic Science
Prior studies:
a background in biological or social sciences
S1GENE2250Principles of Inheritance
Prerequisites:
BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology) or BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology or ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human or ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human or SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell
S1GEOG2201Geographic Information Systems
Prior studies:
completion of 24 points
NSGEOG2202Reading Landscapes: People and Processes
Prerequisites:
EART1105 The Dynamic Planet or GEOG1103 Geographies of a Global City or GEOG1101 Geographies of Global Cities (formerly PLNG1101) or GEOG1102 Globalisation, Environment and Development (formerly EART1108)
NSGEOG2204International Field Work in Geography
Prerequisites:
EART1105 The Dynamic Planet or GEOG1101 Geographies of Global Cities or GEOG1104 Disasters! or GEOG1102 Gobalisation Environment and Development or EART1108 Globalisation Environment and Development or PLNG1101 Geographies of Global Cities
S1GEOG2205Geographies of Economic Development
Prerequisites:
One of: GEOG1103 Geographies of a Global City or GEOG1101 Geographies of Global Cities) or GEOG1104 Disasters! or with permission of unit co-ordinator based on equivalent studies.
S2GEOG2206Social Geography and Planning
Prerequisites:
One of: GEOG 1102 Globalisation, Environment and Development; EART1108 Globalisation, Environment and Development; GEOG1101 Geographies of Global Cities; PLNG1101 Geographies of Global Cities; GEOG1103 Geographies of a Global City; or GEOG1104 Disasters! Prerequisites do not apply to students who take Social Geography and Planning as part of the Integrated Design major.
S1PHYL2001Physiology of Human Body Systems
Prerequisites:
SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell or IMED1002 The Facts of Life or ((at least one of ANHB1101 Human Biology 1: Becoming Human, ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human, or BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology) and Chemistry ATAR or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry)
S2PHYL2002Physiology of Cells
Prior studies:
12 points of any Level 1 biology type units including human biology, biology, sports science, biomedical (IMED) and especially SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell. Those without any high-school physics are encouraged to consider taking a suitable Level 1 physics unit. Knowledge of year 12 chemistry is assumed and those without high school chemistry are advised to take a level 1 chemistry unit.
S2PLNT2201Plants in Action
Prerequisites:
BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology) or BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology or SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell
S2PLNT2204Plant Diversity and Evolution
Prerequisites:
BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology) or BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology or SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell
S1PSYC2203Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context or 12 points of mathematics and/or statistics
S2PSYC2208Psychology: Atypical Development
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
S2PSYC2209Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
S1PSYC2212Psychology and Social Behaviour
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
N/APSYC2213Psychology: Lifespan Development
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
N/APSYC2214Adult Psychopathology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
N/APSYC2215Cognitive Psychology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
S1PSYC2217Cognitive Neuroscience
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
N/APSYC2218Perception and Sensory Neuropsychology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context
S1SCIE2204Marine Systems
Prerequisites:
EART1105 The Dynamic Planet or BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology
S2SCIE2205Science Work Placement
Prerequisites:
enrolment in the Bachelor of Science (BP004) and completion of 60 points of study at UWA
S2SCIE2267Quantitative Methods in Environmental Management
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ECON unit or any Level 1 ENVT unit
S2SCOM2205Science Presentations
S1SCOM2208Science Writing
Prerequisites:
completion of 36 credit points or enrolment in the Master of Science Communication (51580)
S2SSEH2240Motor Learning and Control
S1SSEH2250Biomechanics in Sport and Exercise
S1SSEH2260Exercise Physiology
S2SSEH2270Psychosocial Aspects of Sport, Exercise and Health
S2SSEH2290Promoting Lifelong Physical Activity
Prior studies:
SSEH1103 Physical Fitness and Health
S1SSEH2296Skilled Movement Instruction
Prerequisites:
completion of at least two SSEH units at any level
S2VISA2214Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science
Prerequisites:
completion of 24 points of Level 1 units
N/AVISA2249Art and Life Manipulation
Prerequisites:
completion of 24 points of Level 1 units

Health and Medical Sciences

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S1AHEA2201Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing
Prerequisites:
for the Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing major: INDG1150 Aboriginal Encounters: Strangers in our Backyard; or INDG1160 Boodjar Moort Katitjin: Introduction to Indigenous Heritage and Knowledge; for the Population Health major: PUBH1101 Health and Illness in Human Populations; or PUBH1102 Health and Globalisation; for pre-2012 courses: HIST1100 Aboriginal History
S2GENE2230Molecular Genetics I
Prerequisites:
12 points of Level 1 biology, six points of which must be SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell
S2IMED2200Mental Wellbeing for Today's World
S1IMED2208Issues in Women's Reproductive Health: Major Diseases and Health Problems
Prior studies:
IMED1108 Issues in Women's Health Across the Lifespan
S1MICR2208Introductory Microbiology
Prerequisites:
SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell and one of BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology); ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human; ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human
S2MICR2209Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology
Prerequisites:
SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell and one of BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology); ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human; ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human
S1PATH2211Molecular Medicine
Prerequisites:
SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell
S1PHAR2210Foundations of Pharmacology
Prerequisites:
(CHEM1002 Chemistry—Structure and Reactivity or CHEM1004 Biological Chemistry) and SCIE1106 Molecular Biology of the Cell; or (IMED1001 Form and Function and IMED1002 The Facts of Life)
S2PHAR2220Human Pharmacology
Prerequisites:
PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology or IMED2002 Blood and Drugs
S2PUBH2203Foundations of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Prerequisites:
for the Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing major: (INDG1150">INDG1150 Aboriginal Encounters: Strangers in our Backyard or INDG1160">INDG1160 Boodjar Moort Katatjin: Introduction to Indigenous Heritage and Knowledge) and AHEA2201">AHEA2201 Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing; for the Population Health major: PUBH1101 Health and Illness in Human Populations or PUBH1102 Health and Globalisation or ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human or ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human or ANTH1001 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society or ANTH1002 Global Change, Local Responses; for pre-2012 courses: (HIST1100 Aboriginal History or INDG1150">INDG1150 Aboriginal Encounters: Strangers in our Backyard or INDG1160">INDG1160 Boodjar Moort Katatjin: Introduction to Indigenous Heritage and Knowledge) and AHEA2201">AHEA2201 Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing
S1PUBH2204Disease Prevention and Control
Prerequisites:
PUBH1101 Health and Illness in Human Populations; or PUBH1102 Health, and Globalisation; or ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human; or ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human; or ANTH1001 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society; or ANTH1002 Global Change, Local Responses
S2PUBH2208Food and Nutrition in Population Health
S1PUBH2209Plagues, Pox and Pandemics: the History of Death and Disease
S2PUBH2211Population Health Field Trip
Prerequisites:
24 points of prior course study
S1PUBH2216Communication and Project Planning in Health
Prerequisites:
completion of 24 points of Level 1 or Level 2 coursework, including any PUBH unit or ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human or ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human or ANTH1101 Being Human: Culture, Identity and Society or ANTH1002 Global Change, Local Responses or PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain or PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context or IMED1001 Form and Function or IMED1002 The Facts of Life
S1SCIE2100Social Responsibility in Action
Prerequisites:
completion of 48 points of prior study

Level 3

School of Indigenous Studies

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S1INDG3300Indigenous Research
Prerequisites:
INDG2300 Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit or INDG2400 Looking South: Noongar Voices or INDG2500 Looking North: The Wild West or INDG2600 Indigenous Representation or INDG2700 Knowing Country: The Dreaming and Darwin
S1INDG3400Indigenous People and Global Issues
Prerequisites:
INDG2300 Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit or INDG2400 Looking South: Noongar Voices or INDG2500 Looking North: The Wild West or INDG2600 Indigenous Representation or INDG2700 Knowing Country: The Dreaming and Darwin
N/AINDG3600Indigenous Design Studio
Prerequisites:
INDG2300 Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit or INDG2400 Looking South: Noongar Voices or INDG2500 Looking North: The Wild West or INDG2600 Indigenous Representation or INDG2700 Knowing Country: The Dreaming and Darwin
N/AINDG3700Sharing Space
Prerequisites:
INDG2300 Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit or INDG2500 Looking North: The Wild West or INDG2600 Indigenous Representation or INDG2700 Knowing Country: The Dreaming and Darwin
NSINDG3800Indigenous Ways of Knowing 3 (Advanced)
Prerequisites:
96 points of prior study and approval by the School of Indigenous Studies.

Arts, Business, Law and Education

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
N/AABUS3204Models of Asian Business
Prerequisites:
ABUS2290 Cultural Foundations of Asian Business; or MGMT2341 International Management
N/AACCT3202Advanced Corporate Accounting
Prerequisites:
ACCT2201 Corporate Accounting
S2ACCT3203Contemporary Managerial Accounting
Prerequisites:
ACCT1112 Management Accounting; or ACCT2112 Management Accounting
S2ACCT3206Performance Measurement and Evaluation
Prerequisites:
ACCT1112 Management Accounting; and ACCT2112 Management Accounting
S2ACCT3302Financial Statement Analysis
Prerequisites:
ACCT2201 Corporate Accounting
S1ACCT3321Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice
Prerequisites:
ACCT2201 Corporate Accounting
S2ACCT3322Auditing
Prerequisites:
ACCT2201 Corporate Accounting
S1ACCT3323Strategic Management Accounting
Prerequisites:
ACCT2112 Management Accounting; for pre-2012 courses: ACCT2203 Contemporary Managerial Accounting
S2ANTH3001Ethnography: Methodological Perspectives
Prerequisites:
ANTH2001 Social Thought or ANTH2214 Development of Social Thought
S1ANTH3401Engaged Anthropology
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ANTH unit
S2ANTH3402Contemporary Social Thought
Prerequisites:
ANTH2001 Social Thought or ANTH2214 Development of Social Thought
N/AANTH3413Social Meaning of Money
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Anthropology unit
S1ANTH3501Mind, Body, Culture
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ANTH unit; any first year psychology unit.
N/AANTH3601Indigenous Australia
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ANTH unit
N/AANTH3602The Social Worlds of the Indo-Pacific
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 ANTH unit
S2ANTH3701Environment, Landscape and Place
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ANTH unit
S2ANTH3801Migration, Mobilities, Belonging
Prerequisites:
any level 2 ANTH unit
S2ARCT3001Architecture Studio 4
Prerequisites:
ARCT2000 Architecture Studio 2, ARLA2001 Future Making Studio or former units IDES2000 Integrated Design Studio 2—Making and IDES2040 Future Making, ARCT2010 Parallel Modernities in Architecture; ARCT2030 Materials and Small Constructions; ARCT2050 Environmental Design.
S1ARCT3010History and Theories of the Built Environment
Prerequisites:
ARCT2010">ARCT2010 Parallel Modernities in Architecture (formerly ARCT2010">ARCT2010 Parallel Modernities in Art and Architecture)
S1ARCY3002Archaeological Field Skills
Prerequisites:
(ARCY1001 Discoveries in Archaeology or ARCY1101 Digging up the Past) or (ARCY1002 Archaeology Today: Principles and Themes or ARCY1102 Archaeology of Tribes and Empires) and at least one Level 2 Archaeology unit.
S2ARCY3003Archaeological Laboratory Skills
Prerequisites:
(ARCY1001 Discoveries in Archaeology or ARCY1101 Digging up the Past) and (ARCY1002 Archaeology Today: Principles and Themes or ARCY1102 Archaeology of Tribes and Empires) and at least one Level 2 Archaeology unit (except ARCY2005 Rock Art Field Unit)
N/AARCY3005Archaeology of Indigenous Australia
Prerequisites:
ARCY1001 Discoveries in Archaeology and ARCY1002 Archaeology Today: Principles and Themes and at least one Level 2 Archaeology unit (except ARCY2005 Rock Art Field Unit)
N/AARCY3008Archaeological Method and Theory
Prerequisites:
ARCY1001 Discoveries in Archaeology, ARCY1002 Archaeology Today: Principles and Themes, and two Level 2 units in Archaeology
SSARCY3013Experimenting with Archaeology
S1ASIA3001Indonesian Politics and Culture
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ASIA unit or two Level 2 INDO units
S2ASIA3002Issues in Japanese Society and Culture
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ASIA unit or two Level 2 JAPN units
S1ASIA3003Social Issues in Contemporary China
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ASIA unit or two Level 2 CHIN units
S2ASIA3004Gender and Power in Asia
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 ASIA unit or a Level 2 GEND unit
S2ASIA3005Democratisation in Asia
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ASIA unit or Level 2 POLS unit
S2ASIA3006Contemporary Korean Society
Prerequisites:
any ASIA unit or any KORE unit or any Level 2 Humanities or Social Sciences unit
S1BUSN3020Innovation and Startup Practice
Prerequisites:
completion of at least 72 points in a bachelor's degree
SSBUSN3348Business Practicum
Prerequisites:
Students must be matched with a project and have completed at least two Level 2 units in the degree specific major relevant to the project before they can enrol in this unit.
S1CHIN3405Chinese 5
Prerequisites:
CHIN2404 Chinese 4 or CHIN2204 Chinese Intermediate II
S2CHIN3406Chinese 6
Prerequisites:
CHIN3405 Chinese 5
S1CHIN3407Chinese 7
Prerequisites:
CHIN2406 Chinese 6 or CHIN2206 Chinese Advanced I
S2CHIN3408Chinese 8
Prerequisites:
CHIN3407 Chinese 7 or CHIN3307 Chinese Specialist I
S1CHIN3409Chinese 9
Prerequisites:
CHIN2408 Chinese 8 or CHIN3307 Chinese Specialist I
S2CHIN3410Chinese 10
Prerequisites:
CHIN3409 Chinese 9 or CHIN3308 Chinese Specialist II
S2CLAN3001Ancient Epic
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 CLAN unit
S1CLAN3002The Emergence of Greece
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 CLAN unit
N/ACLAN3003Greek Theatre
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 CLAN unit
N/ACLAN3004Alexander the Great
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 CLAN unit
N/ACLAN3005Roman Archaeology
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 CLAN unit or ARCY unit (except ARCY2005 Rock Art Field Unit)
N/ACLAN3006The Roman Revolution
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 CLAN unit
S1CLAN3007The Majesty of the Roman Empire
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 CLAN unit
S2CLAN3008Roman Britain
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 CLAN unit or ARCY unit (except ARCY2005 Rock Art Field Unit)
S1CLAN3104Latin 4
Prerequisites:
CLAN2103 Latin 3 or LATN2202 Intermediate Latin II
S1CLAN3203Greek 3
Prerequisites:
CLAN2202 Greek 2 or GREE2201 Intermediate Greek I
S2CLAN3204Greek 4
Prerequisites:
CLAN3203 Greek 3 or GREE2202 Intermediate Greek II
S2COMM3001Case Studies in Communication
Prerequisites:
(COMM2001 Communication and Mass Media or COMM2201 Communication and Mass Media) or (COMM2002 Digital Media or COMM2203 Digital Media)
S2COMM3002Media Production Project
Prerequisites:
COMM2002 Digital Media or COMM2203 Digital Media
S1COMM3003Designing Play
Prerequisites:
(COMM2001 Communication and Mass Media or COMM2201 Communication and Mass Media) or (COMM2002 Digital Media or COMM2203 Digital Media)
S1COMM3004Journalism in Practice
Prerequisites:
(COMM2001 Communication and Mass Media or COMM2201 Communication and Mass Media) or (COMM2002 Digital Media or COMM2203 Digital Media)
N/AECON3203Asia in the World Economy
Prerequisites:
ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications; for pre-2012 courses: ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
N/AECON3204Finance and Economics for Minerals and Energy
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Finance or Economics unit; for pre-2012 courses: ACCT1101 Financial Accounting and ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
S2ECON3205Health Economics
Prerequisites:
ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S1ECON3210Monetary Economics
Prerequisites:
ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications or any level 2 Finance unit; for pre-2012 courses: none; for the Philosophy, Politics and Economics major, ECON2105 Rise of the Global Economy
S2ECON3220Development Economics
Prerequisites:
ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
S2ECON3235International Trade
Prerequisites:
ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications; for pre-2012 courses: none
S1ECON3236International Finance
Prerequisites:
ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications or any Level 2 Finance unit; for pre-2012 courses: none
S1ECON3272Intermediate Mathematics for Economists
Prerequisites:
ECON2271 Business Econometrics; for pre-2012 courses: STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics; or equivalent
S1ECON3301Game Theory and Strategic Thinking
Prerequisites:
ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
S1ECON3302Applied Microeconomics
Prerequisites:
ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications or equivalent
S2ECON3303Applied Macroeconomics
Prerequisites:
ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications
S1ECON3310History of Economic Ideas
Prerequisites:
ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2ECON3350Money, Banking and Financial Markets
Prerequisites:
ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications (or equivalent) or any Level 2 Finance unit; for pre-2012 courses: ECON1102 Macroeconomics: Money and Finance (or equivalent)
S1ECON3371Econometrics
Prerequisites:
ECON2271">ECON2271 Business Econometrics; for pre-2012 courses: ECON2271">ECON2271 Business Econometrics and ECON2272 Intermediate Mathematics for Economists (or equivalent matrix, algebra or statistics)
N/AECON3372Advanced Mathematics for Economists
Prerequisites:
ECON2272 Intermediate Mathematics for Economists or ECON3272 Intermediate Mathematics for Economists
S1ECON3395Economic Policy
Prerequisites:
ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
N/AEDUC3001Teaching in Asia Project
Prerequisites:
completion of at least 48 credit points
S2EMPL3208Managing Diversity
Prerequisites:
EMPL2202 Australian Employment Relations
S2EMPL3241International Employment Relations
Prerequisites:
EMPL2202 Australian Employment Relations
S1EMPL3270Negotiation: Theory and Practice
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Human Resource Management major, Management major or Work and Employment Relations major
S1EMPL3301Globalisation and Work
Prerequisites:
EMPL2201 Foundations of Employment Relations; or EMPL2202 Australian Employment Relations
S2ENGL3001Poetry and Poetics
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ENGL unit or EURO2209 Utopias, Imagination and Modernity in European Culture
S2ENGL3003The Arthurian Legend
Prerequisites:
(MEMS2002 World Views: Religion, Gender and Society in Pre-modern Europe or MEMS2001 Classical Traditions and Transformations in Medieval and Early Modern Europe) or any Level 2 ENGL unit
S2ENGL3200Writing the Environment
Prerequisites:
any level 1 or level 2 ENGL unit
S2ENGL3300Australian Literature: Classic and Popular
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ENGL unit
S2ENGL3502Making Theatre and Performance
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ENGL unit or EURO2209 Utopias, Imagination and Modernity in European Culture
S1ENGL3601Reading the Middle Ages
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 unit in English and Cultural Studies or MEMS2001 Classical Traditions and Transformations in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
S1ENGL3602Shakespeare: Page, Stage, Screen
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ENGL unit or MEMS2001 Classical Traditions and Transformations in Medieval and Early Modern Europe or EURO2209 Utopias, Imagination and Modernity in European Culture
S1ENGL3604Victorian Dreams and the Technological World
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ENGL unit or EURO2209 Utopias, Imagination and Modernity in European Culture
S1ENGL3801Advanced Literary Theory
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ENGL unit or EURO2209 Utopias, Imagination and Modernity in European Culture
S1FINA3304Banking: Theory and Practice
Prerequisites:
FINA2222 Corporate Financial Policy (or equivalent); for pre-2012 courses: ACCT1101 Financial Accounting (or equivalent)
S2FINA3306Derivative Strategies and Pricing
Prerequisites:
FINA2204 Derivative Products and Markets and FINA2205 Quantitative Methods for Finance
S2FINA3307Trading in Securities Markets
Prerequisites:
FINA3324 Investment Analysis
S1FINA3324Investment Analysis
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Finance unit; for pre-2012 courses: FINA2221 Introduction to Finance
S2FINA3326Applied Financial Management
Prerequisites:
FINA2222 Corporate Financial Policy
S1FREN3405French Studies 5
Prerequisites:
FREN2404 French Studies 4 or FREN1104 French Intermediate II or FREN2204 French Intermediate II
S2FREN3406French Studies 6
Prerequisites:
FREN3405 French Studies 5 or FREN3305 French Advanced I
S1FREN3407French Studies 7
Prerequisites:
FREN2406 French Studies 6 or FREN2206 French Advanced II
S2FREN3408French Studies 8
Prerequisites:
FREN3407 French Studies 7 or FREN3307 French Advanced III
S1FREN3409French Studies 9
Prerequisites:
FREN2408 French Studies 8 or FREN2208 French Advanced IV
S1FREN3813French Exceptionalism and Contemporary France
Prerequisites:
FREN2404 French Studies 4 or FREN2406 French Studies 6 or FREN2408 French Studies 8
S2FREN3814Contemporary Literature in French
Prerequisites:
FREN2404 French Studies 4 or FREN2406 French Studies 6 or FREN2408 French Studies 8
S2GEND3901Feminist Thought
Prerequisites:
any Level 1 Arts unit
GEND3903Special unit: Screening Gender
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 unit in Gender Studies or ENGL2401 Meaning and the Moving Image or ENGL2702 Australian Literature: Classic and Popular or HIST2001 Restaging the Past: Cinema and the Practice of History
S1GRMN3405German Studies 5
Prerequisites:
GRMN2404 German Studies 4 or GRMN2204 German Intermediate II
S2GRMN3406German Studies 6
Prerequisites:
GRMN3405 German Studies 5 or GRMN3305 German Advanced I
N/AGRMN3407German Studies 7
Prerequisites:
GRMN2406 German Studies 6 or GRMN2206 German Advanced II or GRMN2409 German Studies 9 or GRMN2209 German Advanced Language I, GRMN2410 German Studies 10 or GRMN3410 German Studies 10
N/AGRMN3408German Studies 8
Prerequisites:
GRMN3407 German Studies 7 or GRMN2207 German Advanced III or GRMN3307 German Advanced III or GRMN2409 German Studies 9 or GRMN2410 German Studies 10 or GRMN3409 German Studies 9 or GRMN3410 German Studies 10
S1GRMN3409German Studies 9
Prerequisites:
GRMN2406 German Studies 6 or GRMN2408 German Studies 8 or GRMN2206 German Advanced II or GRMN2208 German Advanced IV
S2GRMN3410German Studies 10
Prerequisites:
GRMN3409 German Studies 9 or GRMN2209 German Advanced Language I or GRMN3309 German Advanced Language I, GRMN2407 German Studies 7 or GRMN2408 German Studies 8
NSGRMN3802Stuttgart Program
Prerequisites:
GRMN1404 German Studies 4; GRMN2404 German Studies 4 OR GRMN1406 German Studies 6; GRMN2406 German Studies 6; GRMN3406 German Studies 6
S1GRMN3813German Studies 13
Prerequisites:
one of GRMN2204 German Intermediate II, GRMN2205 German Advanced I, GRMN2207 German Advanced III, GRMN2208 German Advanced IV, GRMN3307 German Advanced III, GRMN3308 German Advanced IV, GRMN2404 German Studies 4, GRMN2405 German Studies 5, GRMN2406 German Studies 6, GRMN2407 German Studies 7, GRMN2408 German Studies 8
N/AHART3040Breaking Art
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
N/AHART3042Living Paris: Experiencing and Representing the Modern City
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence or ARCT2010 Parallel Modernities in Art and Architecture
N/AHART3276Prints from Dürer to Toulouse-Lautrec
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
SSHART3282Rome
Prerequisites:
at least one level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence: HART2201 The Art of Modern Life; HART2222 Contemporary Art; HART2207 Caravaggio and the Baroque; HART2243 Imagist Avant-Garde Film; HART2234 Film Noir to the New Wave; HART2275 Italian Renaissance Art Now; HART2042 Living Paris: Experiencing and Representing the Modern City; HART2274 Introduction to Museum and Curatorial Studies; HART2202 Art as Politics: The Rise of Realism in the Nineteenth Century; HART2043 Looking East: Envisioning the Orient in Western Art; HART2223 Modernism and the Visual Arts; HART2237 Nineteenth-century British Art; HART2041 The Art of Photography
N/AHART3301Manet and the French Avant-Garde
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major
N/AHART3302Michelangelo
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
S2HART3310Art and Games: from Dada to Data
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
S2HART3330Art Theory
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
S2HART3331Visual Culture and Art in America: 1900–2000
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
S1HART3333Picturing the Self: Portraiture in Nineteenth Century Europe
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
N/AHART3340Materialist Avant-Garde Film
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
S1HART3361The Dutch Golden Age and the Art of Exploration
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence OR MEMS2001 Classical Traditions and Transformations in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
N/AHART3371The Northern Renaissance
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
S1HART3375Twenty-first Century Art
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
N/AHART3666Australian and Aboriginal Art
Prerequisites:
at least one Level 2 unit from the History of Art major sequence
S1HIST3001Making History
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 History unit or any Level 1 units and any Level 2 unit in the Archaeology major (except ARCY2005 Rock Art Field Unit)
S1HIST3004Twentieth-century Britain
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 History unit or EURO2201 European Civilisation or GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
N/AHIST3005African American History: Freedom Struggles from Plantation to Prison and Beyond
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 History unit or EURO2201 European Civilisation or GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
N/AHIST3007Crime and Punishment in Britain 1600–1900
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 History unit or EURO2201 European Civilisation or GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
S2HIST3010Introduction to African History
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 History unit or EURO2201 European Civilisation or GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
S1HIST3011The Vikings
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 HIST unit or EURO2201 European Civilisation or GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
N/AHIST3012Early Modern France 1500–1789
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 HIST unit or EURO2201 European Civilisation or GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History
S2HIST3014Intimate Strangers: Journeys in Australian History
Prerequisites:
a Level 2 History unit or EURO2201 European Civilisation or GEND2902 Men and Masculinities in History or any Level 2 unit from the Indigenous Knowledge, History and Heritage major
S1HIST3016Eyewitness to the Past: Photography and History
Prerequisites:
completion of 12 points of Level 2 or Level 3 units
N/AHIST3017Mysticism, Melancholy and Madness
Prerequisites:
Any Level 2 History or Level 2 Medieval and Early Modern Studies unit or EURO2201 Civilisation and Barbarism in European Cultural History. .
N/AHIST3302Imagining the Nation in European Cultural History
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 EURO, HIST or ENGL unit
S1HRMT3344Staffing Organisations
Prerequisites:
HRMT2237 Human Resource Management
S2HRMT3345Managing Jobs, Performance and Wellbeing
Prerequisites:
HRMT2237 Human Resource Management
S1IDES3000Integrated Design Studio 3—Complex
Prerequisites:
IDES2040 Future Making and IDES2000">IDES2000 Integrated Design Studio 2—Making (formerly IDES2000">IDES2000 Integrated Design Studio 1—Small)
S1INDO3405Indonesian 5
Prerequisites:
INDO2404 Indonesian 4 or INDO2204 Indonesian Intermediate II
S2INDO3406Indonesian 6
Prerequisites:
INDO3405 Indonesian 5 or INDO3305 Indonesian Advanced I
S1INDO3407Indonesian 7
Prerequisites:
INDO2406 Indonesian 6 or INDO2206 Indonesian Advanced II
S2INDO3408Indonesian 8
Prerequisites:
INDO3407 Indonesian 7 or INDO3307 Indonesian Specialist I
S2INDO3802Indonesian In-country 6
Prerequisites:
completion of one year of Indonesian language studies at this University or equivalent
N/AINMT3231Decision Making
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major
N/AINMT3234Information Systems Management
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major
S1ITAL3405Italian Studies 5
Prerequisites:
ITAL2404 Italian Studies 4 or ITAL2204 Italian Intermediate II
S2ITAL3406Italian Studies 6
Prerequisites:
ITAL3405 Italian Studies 5 or ITAL3305 Italian Advanced I
S1ITAL3407Italian Studies 7
Prerequisites:
ITAL2406 Italian Studies 6 or ITAL2206 Italian Advanced II
S2ITAL3408Italian Studies 8
Prerequisites:
ITAL3407 Italian Studies 7 or ITAL3307 Italian Advanced III
S1ITAL3409Italian Studies 9
Prerequisites:
ITAL2408 Italian Studies 8 or ITAL2208 Italian Advanced IV
S2ITAL3410Italian Studies 10
Prerequisites:
ITAL3409 Italian Studies 9 or ITAL3309 Italian Advanced V
S1ITAL3813Italian and Migration
Prerequisites:
ITAL2404 Italian Studies 4 or ITAL2204 Italian Intermediate II or ITAL2406 Italian Studies 6 or ITAL2206 Italian Advanced II or ITAL2408 Italian Studies 8 or ITAL2208 Italian Advanced IV or approval of Convener; and ITAL2811">ITAL2811 Italian Culture in Word and Image: from the Middle Ages to the Risorgimento (formerly ITAL2811">ITAL2811 Italian Studies 11) or ITAL2812">ITAL2812 The Shape of Italian: Communicating Between Worlds (formerly ITAL2812">ITAL2812 Italian Studies 12)
N/AITAL3814Sociolinguistics of Contemporary Italy
Prerequisites:
ITAL2404 Italian Studies 4 or ITAL2204 Italian Intermediate II or ITAL2406 Italian Studies 6 or ITAL2206 Italian Advanced II or ITAL2408 Italian Studies 8 or ITAL2208 Italian Advanced IV or approval of Convener; and ITAL2811">ITAL2811 Italian Culture in Word and Image: from the Middle Ages to the Risorgimento (formerly ITAL2811">ITAL2811 Italian Studies 11) or ITAL2812">ITAL2812 The Shape of Italian: Communicating Between Worlds (formerly ITAL2812">ITAL2812 Italian Studies 12)
S2ITAL3815Linguistic History of Italy
Prerequisites:
ITAL2404 Italian Studies 4 or ITAL2204 Italian Intermediate II or ITAL2406 Italian Studies 6 or ITAL2206 Italian Advanced II or ITAL2408 Italian Studies 8 or ITAL2208 Italian Advanced IV or approval of Convener; and ITAL2811">ITAL2811 Italian Culture in Word and Image: from the Middle Ages to the Risorgimento (formerly ITAL2811">ITAL2811 Italian Studies 11) or ITAL2812">ITAL2812 The Shape of Italian: Communicating Between Worlds (formerly ITAL2812">ITAL2812 Italian Studies 12) or ITAL2820 or ITAL2821 or ITAL2822
S1JAPN3405Japanese 5
Prerequisites:
JAPN2404 Japanese 4 or JAPN2204 Japanese intermediate II
S2JAPN3406Japanese 6
Prerequisites:
JAPN3405 Japanese 5 or JAPN3305 Japanese Advanced I
S1JAPN3407Japanese 7
Prerequisites:
JAPN2406 Japanese 6 or JAPN2206 Japanese Advanced II
S2JAPN3408Japanese 8
Prerequisites:
JAPN3407 Japanese 7 or JAPN3307 Japanese Specialist I
S1KORE3405Korean 5
Prerequisites:
KORE2404 Korean 4 or KORE2402 Korean 4 or equivalent
S2KORE3406Korean 6
Prerequisites:
KORE3405 Korean 5 or equivalent
S1LACH3000Landscape Architecture Studio—Expansions
Prerequisites:
LACH2030 Site Manipulation, LACH2001 Landscape Architecture Studio—Speculations (formerly Landscape Architecture Studio 3) and LACH2000 Landscape Architecture Studio—Considerations (formerly Landscape Architecture Studio 2)
S2LACH3001Landscape Architecture Studio—Resolutions
Prerequisites:
LACH2030 Site Manipulation, LACH2001">LACH2001 Landscape Architecture Studio—Speculations (formerly LACH2001">LACH2001 Landscape Architecture Studio 3) and LACH2000 Landscape Architecture Studio—Considerations
S2LACH3030Plants and Landscape Systems
Prerequisites:
ARLA1000 Design Studio—Groundings and LACH2030 Site Manipulation or one of the following: BIOL1131 Plant and Animal Biology, EART1104 Discovering Earth (formerly Introduction to Geology), EART1105 The Dynamic Planet, SCIE1104 Science, Society and Data Analysis
S1LAWS3221Creative Expression and the Law
Prerequisites:
(LAWS1104 Introduction to Law or LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change or LAWS1120 Australian Legal Principles and Institutions) and LAWS2227 Law in Action
S1LAWS3306Finance Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS2301 Company Law or LAWS2201 Legal Framework of Business; for pre-2012 courses: any two relevant Level 1 units or equivalent
S2LAWS3308Marketing, Management and the Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS2301 Company Law or LAWS2201 Legal Framework of Business; for pre-2012 courses: any two relevant Level 2 units or equivalent
S2LAWS3316Law, Advocacy, Activism and Change
Prerequisites:
LAWS2227 Law in Action and at least two other level two Law and Society option units
S1LAWS3317Social Media and the Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS1111 Law, Conflict and Change and LAWS2227 Law in Action
S1LAWS3328International Commercial Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS2301 Company Law or LAWS2201 Legal Framework of Business; for pre-2012 courses: any two relevant Level 2 units or equivalent
N/ALAWS3330Gender and the Law
Prerequisites:
LAWS2227 Law in Action and at least two other Level 2 Law and Society option units.
N/ALAWS3334Law and Religion
Prerequisites:
LAWS2227 Law in Action
S2LAWS3344Law and Contemporary Social Issues
Prerequisites:
LAWS2227 Law in Action and at least two other Level 2 Law and Society option units
S2LAWS3374Crime, Justice and Public Policy
Prerequisites:
LAWS2227 Law in Action
N/ALING3001Morphology: the Structure of Words
Prerequisites:
(LING2002 Phonetics and Phonology: the Sounds of the World's Languages or LING2201 Phonetics and Phonology) and [LING2001 Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences or LING2202 Grammatical Theory (Syntax)]
S2LING3002Linguistic Typology: the Diversity of Languages
Prerequisites:
(LING2002 Phonetics and Phonology: the Sounds of the World's Languages or LING2201 Phonetics and Phonology) and [LING2001 Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences or LING2202 Grammatical Theory (Syntax)]
S1LING3003Historical Linguistics: Language History and Language Change
Prerequisites:
(LING2002 Phonetics and Phonology: the Sounds of the World's Languages or LING2201 Phonetics and Phonology) and [LING2001 Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences or LING2202 Grammatical Theory (Syntax)] and (LING2003 Language, Culture and Society or LING1103 Language, Culture and Society)
N/ALING3004Pragmatics: Meaning in Use
Prerequisites:
[LING2001 Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences or LING2202 Grammatical Theory (Syntax)] and (LING2003 Language, Culture and Society or LING1103 Language, Culture and Society)
S2LING3005Semantics: Meaning in Language
Prerequisites:
LING2001 Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences or LING2202 Grammatical Theory (Syntax)
N/ALING3006Topics in Linguistic Theory
Prerequisites:
(LING2002 Phonetics and Phonology: the Sounds of the World's Languages or LING2201 Phonetics and Phonology) and [LING2001 Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences or LING2202 Grammatical Theory (Syntax)] and (LING2003 Language, Culture and Society or LING1103 Language, Culture and Society)
N/ALING3007Linguistics of Australian Indigenous Languages
Prerequisites:
(LING2002 Phonetics and Phonology: the Sounds of the World's Languages or LING2201 Phonetics and Phonology) and [LING2001 Grammatical Theory: the Structure of Sentences or LING2202 Grammatical Theory (Syntax)] and (LING2003 Language, Culture and Society or LING1103 Language, Culture and Society)
S2MGMT3302Leadership and Performance
Prerequisites:
MGMT1135 Organisational Behaviour; and any two Level 2 units in the Management, Human Resource Management or Marketing majors
S2MGMT3304Applied International Business Strategy
Prerequisites:
MGMT2341 International Management, and one Level 2 unit in the Management major
S2MGMT3308Supply Chain Management
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major
S1MGMT3335Enterprise Systems
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major
SSMGMT3342Entrepreneurship
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major or Marketing major; for pre-2012 courses: none
S1MGMT3346Managing Organisational Change
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major
S2MGMT3347Strategic Management
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2MKTG3301Marketing Applications
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 Marketing units
S2MKTG3303New Product Development and Commercialisation
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 Marketing units; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2MKTG3306Strategic Marketing
Prerequisites:
MKTG2305 Marketing Research; for pre-2012 courses: MKTG2203 Marketing Management (or equivalent); or MKTG2204 Consumer Behaviour (or equivalent)
S1MKTG3307Contemporary Marketing Issues
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 Marketing units; for pre-2012 courses: MKTG2203 Marketing Management (or equivalent) or MKTG2204 Consumer Behaviour (or equivalent)
S1MKTG3310International Marketing
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 Marketing units; for pre-2012 courses: MKTG2203 Marketing Management (or equivalent); or MKTG2204 Consumer Behaviour (or equivalent)
S2MKTG3311Services Marketing
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 Marketing units; for pre-2012 courses: none
S1MUSC3323Music in Theory and Practice
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Music unit
S1MUSC3331Western Art Music 3 (Modernist and Postmodernist)
Prerequisites:
MUSC2331 Western Art Music 1 (Renaissance and Baroque) or MUSC2332 Western Art Music 2 (Classic and Romantic) or MUSC2525 Music Language 4
S2MUSC3332Drama through Music: Studies in Opera
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 MUSC unit
N/AMUSC3334Soundscapes of Australia
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 MUSC unit
S1MUSC3335Music in the Sixties
Prerequisites:
any level 2 unit (this unit does not require any technical music literacy)
S2MUSC3336Music in Film, TV and Video Games
Prerequisites:
any level 2 unit and approval of unit coordinator (this unit does not require any technical music literacy)
N/AMUSC3352Music and Identity
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 unit
N/AMUSC3353Music in the Community
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 MUSC unit
S1MUSC3521Digital Audio
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 MUSC unit or as approved by the unit coordinator
N/AMUSC3522Music Analysis in Theory and Practice
Prerequisites:
MUSC2542 Practical Music 4 or MUSC2402 Practical Studies 4 and MUSC2525 Music Language 4 or MUSC2520 Music Language 3 or MUSC2202 Techniques of Music 4
S2MUSC3541Principal Studies 5
Prerequisites:
MUSC2542 Principal Studies 4 or MUSC2402 Practical Studies 4
S2MUSC3542Principal Studies 6
Prerequisites:
an average of 60 per cent for MUSC3541 Principal Studies 5 or MUSC3401 Practical Studies 5
S1MUSC3560Music Education in Research and Practice
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Music unit
N/AMUSC3571Sound Art: Advanced Studio
Prerequisites:
MUSC1055 Electronic Music: Methods and Means AND one of the following: MUSC2274 Electronic Music: Experimental Investigations OR MUSC2275 Electronic Music: Interactive Systems OR MUSC2276 Sound, Image and Space
N/AMUSC3572Sound Art: Major Project
Prerequisites:
MUSC3371 Sound Art: Advanced Studio
S2PHIL3001Metaphysics: a User's Guide to Time Travel
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Philosophy unit
N/APHIL3002Aesthetics
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Philosophy unit
N/APHIL3003Moral Theory
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Philosophy unit
S2PHIL3004Meaning, Truth and Language
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Philosophy unit
S1PHIL3005Continental Philosophy: The Origin and Influence of Phenomenology
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Philosophy unit
S1PHIL3006Philosophy East and West
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Philosophy unit
N/APHIL3007Advanced Logic
Prerequisites:
PHIL2002 Logic: How to Defeat Your Foes with Reasoning
N/APOLS3302South Asia and the Middle East: Foreign Relations and Politics
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 POLS unit
S1POLS3308Politics in Greater China
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 POLS unit
N/APOLS3313Australian Foreign Policy
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 POLS unit
N/APOLS3317Politics of New Europe
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 POLS unit
N/APOLS3323Elections, Mass Media and Politics
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Political Science and International Relations unit
S1POLS3324Islam and World Politics
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 POLS unit
S2POLS3326Political Science Internship
Prerequisites:
completion of 36 points and subject to faculty placement. Students are encouraged to undertake Political Science and International Relations units such as POLS2201.
N/APOLS3327Contemporary Political Theory
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 POLS unit
S2POLS3334The International Politics of Africa
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Political Science and International Relations unit
S2POLS3335Social Movements and the Politics of Change
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 POLS unit
N/APOLS3342Global Environmental Politics
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Political Science and International Relations unit
N/APOLS3343The Politics of Representation: Australia in Comparative Perspective
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 Political Science and International Relations unit
N/ASPAN3813From Don Juan to Magic Realism: Literature in Spanish
Prerequisites:
SPAN2404 Spanish Studies 4
S2VISA3050Advanced Studio
Prerequisites:
one of the following: VISA2050 Video Art: Experimental Investigations; VISA2051 Curatorial Practices; VISA2214 Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science; VISA2249 Art and Life Manipulation; VISA2270 International Studio for Art and Culture; VISA2272 Art of the Graphic Novel; VISA2273">VISA2273 Art of Drawing—Advanced (formerly VISA2273">VISA2273 Art of Drawing—Transdisciplinary Practices)
S2VISA3051Advanced Major Project
Prerequisites:
VISA3050 Advanced Studio

Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S2CITS3001Algorithms, Agents and Artificial Intelligence
Prerequisites:
CITS2200 Data Structures and Algorithms
S1CITS3002Networks and Security
Prerequisites:
CITS1002 Programming and Systems or CITS2002 Programming and Systems or (CITS1210 C Programming and CITS2230 Operating Systems)
S1CITS3003Graphics and Animation
Prerequisites:
CITS1002 Programming and Systems or CITS2002 Programming and Systems or CITS1210 C Programming or CITS1200 Java Programming or CITS1220 Software Engineering or CITS1001 Object-oriented Programming and Software Engineering
S2CITS3004Cybersecurity
Prior studies:
CITS2002 Systems Programming
S2CITS3200Professional Computing
Prerequisites:
completion of 12 points from: CITS2002 Systems Programming; CITS2200 Data Structure and Algorithms; or CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation
S1CITS3401Data Warehousing
Prerequisites:
CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402 Relational Database Management Systems (formerly CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402 Introduction to Databases) or CITS2232 Databases; for pre-2012 courses: CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402 Relational Database Management Systems (formerly CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402">CITS1402 Introduction to Databases) or CITS2232 Databases
S2CITS3402High Performance Computing
Prerequisites:
CITS1002 Programming and Systems or CITS2002 Programming and Systems
S1CITS3403Agile Web Development
Prerequisites:
CITS1401 Problem Solving and Programming or CITS1001">CITS1001 Object-oriented Programming and Software Engineering or CITS2002">CITS2002 Systems Programming or CITS1002 Programming and Systems; for pre-2012 courses: one of CITS1200 Java Programming or CITS1001">CITS1001 Object-oriented Programming and Software Engineering or CITS1210 C Programming or CITS1002 Programming and Systems or CITS2002">CITS2002 Systems Programming or CITS1220 Software Engineering
S2ENSC3001Mechanisms and Machines
Prerequisites:
CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation and ENSC2001 Motion and (MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus) and PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers
S2ENSC3002Materials and Manufacturing
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including ENSC1002 Material Behaviour from Atoms to Bridges
S1ENSC3003Fluid Mechanics
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including ENSC2001 Motion and (MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods)
S1ENSC3004Solid Mechanics
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including ENSC1002 Material Behaviour from Atoms to Bridges and [MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods)]
S2ENSC3005Mass and Energy Balances
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including CHEM1002 Chemistry—Structure and Reactivity and [MATH1002">MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods)] ; for pre-2012 courses: GENG1001 Engineering: Introduction to Engineering Mechanics and (MATH2040 Engineering Mathematics or MATH1002">MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH2020 Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra)
S1ENSC3006Chemical Process Thermodynamics
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including ENSC2002 Energy
S2ENSC3007Heat and Mass Transfer
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods)
S2ENSC3008Structural Analysis
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including ENSC1002 Material Behaviour from Atoms to Bridges and (MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus)
S1ENSC3009Geomechanics
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers and [MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods)]
S2ENSC3010Hydraulics
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods)
S2ENSC3011Resource Extraction Technologies
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major
S2ENSC3012Data Collection and Analysis
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including (MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods) and CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation
S1ENSC3013Environmental Systems
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including ENSC2001 Motion, ENSC2002 Energy and (MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods)
S1ENSC3014Electronic Materials and Devices
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the Engineering Science major, including (ENSC2001 Motion and PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers) or (PHYS2001 Quantum Mechanics 1 and Electromagnetism and PHYS2002 The Physics of Particles)
S2ENSC3015Signals and Systems
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including ENSC2002 Energy and (MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods) and CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation
S2ENSC3016Power and Machines
Prerequisites:
ENSC2001 Motion, ENSC2002 Energy and (MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods) and PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers
S1ENSC3017Circuits and Electronics
Prerequisites:
completion of 18 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units taken from the degree-specific Engineering Science major, including ENSC2001 Motion and ENSC2002 Energy and (MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus)
S2ENSC3018Process Synthesis and Design
Prerequisites:
(ENSC3005 Mass and Energy Balances or CHPR2530 Process Fundamentals) and (ENSC3007 Heat and Mass Transfer or CHPR2432 Heat and Mass Transfer)
S2ENSC3019Unit Operations and Unit Processes
Prerequisites:
(ENSC3005 Mass and Energy Balances or CHPR2530 Process Fundamentals) and (ENSC3007 Heat and Mass Transfer or CHPR2432 Heat and Mass Transfer)
S1ENSC3022Global Energy Production: Challenges and Opportunities
Prerequisites:
completion of 72 points of the Level 1 and Level 2 units
N/AENSC3023Biomedical Engineering
Prerequisites:
ENSC1002 Material Behaviour from Atoms to Bridges and ENSC2001 Motion and PHYL2002 Physiology of Cells (or equivalent)
S2MATH3002Network Science
Prerequisites:
MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods
S1MATH3021Dynamics and Control
Prerequisites:
MATH2021 Introduction to Applied Mathematics
S2MATH3022Scientific and Industrial Modelling
Prerequisites:
MATH2021 Introduction to Applied Mathematics
S2MATH3023Advanced Mathematics Applications
Prerequisites:
MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods or equivalent
S2MATH3024Complex Systems
Prerequisites:
MATH2021 Introduction to Applied Mathematics
S1MATH3031Algebraic Structures and Symmetry
Prerequisites:
MATH2031 Introduction to Pure Mathematics
S2MATH3032Topology and Analysis
Prerequisites:
MATH2031 Introduction to Pure Mathematics
S2MATH3033Geometry
Prerequisites:
MATH2031 Introduction to Pure Mathematics
S1PHYS3001Quantum Mechanics 2 and Atomic Physics
Prerequisites:
PHYS2001 Quantum Mechanics 1 and Electromagnetism and [MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods) or equivalent]
S2PHYS3002Electrodynamics and Relativity
Prerequisites:
PHYS2001 Quantum Mechanics 1 and Electromagnetism and [MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods) or equivalent]
S1PHYS3003Astrophysics and Space Science
Prerequisites:
PHYS2001 Quantum Mechanics 1 and Electromagnetism and (MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods) or equivalent)
S1PHYS3011Mathematical Physics
Prerequisites:
PHYS2001 Quantum Mechanics 1 and Electromagnetism and (MATH2501 Mathematical Methods 3 or equivalent) and PHYS2002 The Physics of Particles
S2PHYS3012Frontiers in Modern Physics
Prerequisites:
PHYS2001 Quantum Mechanics 1 and Electromagnetism and PHYS2002 The Physics of Particles and [MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or (MATH1011 Multivariable Calculus and MATH1012 Mathematical Theory and Methods) or equivalent]
SSPHYS3044Overseas Research Placement
Prerequisites:
[(PHYS3001 Quantum Mechanics 2 and Atomic Physics or PHYS3003 Astrophysics and Space Science) and PHYS3011 Mathematical Physics] or (PHYS3002 Electrodynamics and Relativity and PHYS3012 Frontiers in Modern Physics)
SSPHYS3046Research Placement
Prerequisites:
[(PHYS3001 Quantum Mechanics 2 and Atomic Physics or PHYS3003 Astrophysics and Space Science) and PHYS3011 Mathematical Physics] or (PHYS3002 Electrodynamics and Relativity and PHYS3012 Frontiers in Modern Physics)
S1STAT3061Random Processes and their Applications
Prerequisites:
STAT2061 Probability and Mathematical Statistics or STAT2062 Fundamentals of Probability with Applications
S1STAT3062Statistical Science
Prerequisites:
STAT2061 Probability and Mathematical Statistics or STAT2062 Fundamentals of Probability with Applications
S2STAT3063Spatial Statistics and Modelling
Prerequisites:
STAT2062 Fundamentals of Probability with Applications
S1STAT3401Advanced Data Analysis
Prerequisites:
STAT2401">STAT2401 Analysis of Experiments and STAT2402">STAT2402 Analysis of Observations; for pre-2012 courses: (STAT2225 Statistical Science or STAT2226 Statistical Models for Data or STAT2402">STAT2402 Analysis of Observations) and [STAT2227 Applied Linear Modelling or STAT2401">STAT2401 Analysis of Experiments (may be taken concurrently)]
S2STAT3402Communication and Problem Solving with Statistics
Prerequisites:
STAT3401 Advanced Data Analysis
S1STAT3405Introduction to Bayesian Computing and Statistics
Prerequisites:
STAT1400 Statistics for Science or STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics or MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1020 Calculus, Probability and Statistics
S2STAT3406Applied Statistics and Data Visualisation
Prerequisites:
STAT1400 Statistics for Science or STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics or MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2 or MATH1020 Calculus, Probability and Statistics

Science

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S1ANHB3310Human Biology: Applications and Investigations I
Prerequisites:
enrolment in the Anatomy and Human Biology major
N/AANHB3315Human Evolutionary Ecology
Prerequisites:
at least 66 points of credit
S2ANHB3316Human Reproduction
Prerequisites:
ANHB2216 Human Reproductive Biology or two of (ANHB2212">ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development, ANHB2214 Human Organs and Systems, ANHB2215 Biological Anthropology: Human Adaptation and Variation) or [ANHB2212">ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development and two of (PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems, BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell, BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell, MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology, PATH2201 Introduction to Human Disease, PATH2220 Introduction to Human Disease, PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology)]
S2ANHB3320Human Biology: Applications and Investigations II
Prerequisites:
enrolment in the Anatomy and Human Biology major
S1ANHB3321Biological Anthropology: Genes and Society
Prior studies:
at least 12 points of Level 2 or 3 Biological, Behavioural or Social Science units
S2ANHB3322Human/Primate Social Organisation
Prerequisites:
at least 66 points of credit in a bachelor's degree
S1ANHB3323Cells, Tissues and Development
Prerequisites:
ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development or ANHB2214 Human Organs and Systems or equivalent
S1ANHB3324Human Structure and Function
Prerequisites:
ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development or (SSEH1101 The Musculoskeletal System and Movement and either ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human or ANHB1102 Human Biology II: Being Human after completion of 96 points)
S2ANIM3306Clean, Green and Ethical Animal Production
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ANIM unit or AGRI2201 Pasture and Livestock Systems
S1ANIM3320Comparative Neurobiology
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 unit in BIOL, PHYL, ANHB, ANIM, PSYC
S2ANIM3353Wildlife Conservation and Management
Prerequisites:
ENVT2250 Ecology or ENVT2221 Global Climate Change and Biodiversity
S1ANIM3361Animal Populations
Prerequisites:
ANIM2207 Animal Function and Structure or ENVT2250 Ecology
S1ANIM3362Evolutionary Processes
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ANIM or GENE unit
S2ANIM3363Environmental Physiology
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ANIM unit
S2ANIM3365Behavioural Ecology
Prerequisites:
ANIM2207 Animal Function and Structure OR ENVT2250 Ecology
S1BIOC3001Molecular Biology
Prerequisites:
[(BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001">BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell) and (BIOC2202 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function or BIOC2002 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function)] or [(BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001">BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell) and one of MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology, PATH2201 Introduction to Human Disease, PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology, PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems, ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development]
S1BIOC3002Structural and Functional Biochemistry
Prerequisites:
[(BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001">BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell) and (BIOC2202 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function or BIOC2002 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function)] or [(BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001">BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell) and one of MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology, PATH2201 Introduction to Human Disease, PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology, PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems, ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development]
S2BIOC3003Omics—Global Approaches to Cell Function
Prerequisites:
[(BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001">BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell) and (BIOC2202 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function or BIOC2002 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function] or [(BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001">BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell) and one of MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology, PATH2201 Introduction to Human Disease, PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology, PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems, ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development]
N/ABIOC3004Biochemistry in Health and Disease
Prerequisites:
MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology and (BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell)
S2BIOC3005Cellular Biochemistry
Prerequisites:
[(BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001">BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell) and (BIOC2202 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function or BIOC2002 Biochemical Regulation of Cell Function)] or [BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell or BIOC2001">BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell) and one of MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology, PATH2201 Introduction to Human Disease, PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology, PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems, ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development]
NSBIOL3360Saving Endangered Species
Prerequisites:
BIOL2261 Conservation Biology or ENVT2250 Ecology or ENVT2221 Global Climate Change and Biodiversity or equivalent as approved by Unit Coordinator
S1CHEM3001Essential Chemical Skills
Prerequisites:
CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry
S2CHEM3002Chemical Explorations
Prerequisites:
CHEM3001 Essential Chemical Skills
S1CHEM3003Advanced Chemical Synthesis
Prerequisites:
(CHEM2003 Chemical Synthesis or CHEM2211 Synthetic and Materials Chemistry) and (CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry)
S2CHEM3004Synthetic Applications
Prerequisites:
(CHEM2003 Chemical Synthesis or CHEM2211 Synthetic and Materials Chemistry ) and (CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry)
S1CHEM3005Chemical Spectroscopy and Structure
Prerequisites:
(CHEM2002 Physical and Analytical Chemistry or CHEM2220 Analytical and Physical Chemistry) and (CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry)
S2CHEM3006Chemistry Beyond the Laboratory
Prerequisites:
(CHEM2002 Physical and Analytical Chemistry or CHEM2220 Analytical and Physical Chemistry) and (CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry)
N/ACHEM3007The Chemistry of Reactions
Prerequisites:
(CHEM2002 Physical and Analytical Chemistry or CHEM2220 Analytical and Physical Chemistry) and (CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry)
N/ACHEM3008The Molecules of Life
Prerequisites:
(CHEM2003 Chemical Synthesis or CHEM2211 Synthetic and Materials Chemistry ) and (CHEM2001 Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques or CHEM2210 Structure Determination and Physical Chemistry)
S1EART3338Land Capability Assessment
Prerequisites:
ENVT2220 The Climate System or ENVT2236 Soil Science or EART2222 Geomorphology and Soils (formerly EART2222 Earth Surface Processes and Soils) or EART2231 Earth Materials or EART2234 Earth Processes or ENVT2251 Environmental Hydrology or ENVT2221 Global Climate Change and Biodiversity or ENVT2250
S2EART3339Land Rehabilitation
Prerequisites:
ENVT2236 Soil Science or EART2222 Geomorphology and Soils (formerly EART2222 Earth Surface Processes and Soils) or EART2231 Earth Materials or EART2234 Earth Processes or ENVT2251">ENVT2251 Hydrology and Water Resource Management (formerly ENVT2251">ENVT2251 Environmental Hydrology)
S1EART3342Geochemistry and Petrology
Prerequisites:
EART2231 Earth Materials and EART2234 Earth Processes
NSEART3343Structural Geology and Tectonics
Prerequisites:
EART2232 Field Geology and EART2231 Earth Materials and EART2234 Earth Processes
S2EART3344Basin Analysis
Prerequisites:
EART2231 Earth Materials and EART2234 Earth Processes
S1EART3351Mineral Resources
Prerequisites:
EART2231 Earth Materials
S2EART3353Geological Mapping
Prerequisites:
EART2232 Field Geology and EART2231 Earth Materials and EART2234 Earth Processes
S1ECON3300Agricultural Economics and Marketing
Prerequisites:
completion of 48 points
S1ECON3323Business and the Environment
Prerequisites:
ECON2224 Environmental Economics 2 or ECON2105 Rise of the Global Economy or ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications or ECON2234 Macroeconomics: Policy and Applications or ECON2245 Business Economics or PLNG2203 Environmental Policy and Planning or PLNG2201 Geographies of Economic Development Advanced research skills and communication
S1ENVT3060Soil–Plant Interactions
Prerequisites:
EART2222 Geomorphology and Soils or ENVT2250 Ecology or ENVT2236 Soil Science
S2ENVT3307Oceanography
Prerequisites:
SCIE2204 Marine Systems
S1ENVT3310Biodiversity on Country
Prerequisites:
completion of at least 48 points
S1ENVT3330Research Residency in Albany
Prerequisites:
48 points
NSENVT3360Ecosystem Restoration
Prerequisites:
ENVT2250 Ecology or ENVT2221 Global Climate Change and Biodiversity or ENVT2220 The Climate System or equivalent as approved by unit coordinator
S1ENVT3361Environmental Assessment
Prerequisites:
ENVT2250 Ecology or ENVT2220 The Climate System or ENVT2221 Global Climate Change and Biodiversity; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2ENVT3362Environmental Dynamics
Prerequisites:
ENVT2250 Ecology or ENVT2220 The Climate System or ENVT2251 Environmental Hydrology
S2ENVT3363Ecological Processes
Prerequisites:
one of ENVT2250 Ecology or ENVT2221 Global Climate Change and Biodiversity or SCIE2204 Marine Systems
S2GENE3350Evolution and Development
Prerequisites:
GENE2230 Molecular Genetics I
S1GENE3370Genomics
Prerequisites:
GENE2230 Molecular Genetics I
NSGEOG3011Special unit: Sustainable Community Development Practicum
Prerequisites:
Completion of 48 points at time of application and enrolment in a major in Agriculuture, Botany, Conservation Biology, Environmental Science, Geology, Geographical Sciences, Human Geography and Planning and Natural Resource Management.
S2GEOG3301Advanced GIS and Remote Sensing
Prerequisites:
GEOG2201 Geographic Information Systems
S1GEOG3304Environmental Change
Prerequisites:
completion of 48 points
S1GEOG3306Regional Development and Planning
Prerequisites:
GEOG2205 Geographies of Economic Development (formerly PLNG2201 Geographies of Economic Development) or ECON2224 Environmental Economics 2; for pre-2012 courses: completion of 48 points
N/AGEOG3307Coastal Environments
Prerequisites:
EART1105 The Dynamic Planet
S2HUMA3330Research Residency in Albany Part A
Prerequisites:
attained 72 credit points in the Bachelor of Arts
S2HUMA3331Research Residency in Albany Part B
Co-requisites:
HUMA3330 Research Residency in Albany Part A
S2NEUR3301Advanced Neuroscience 1
Prerequisites:
(PHYL2002 Physiology of Cells or PHYL2245 Physiology of Cells) and ANHB2217 Human Neurobiology
S2NEUR3302Advanced Neuroscience 2
Prerequisites:
(PHYL2002 Physiology of Cells or PHYL2245 Physiology of Cells) and ANHB2217 Human Neurobiology
S1PHYL3001Physiology of Membranes, Muscles and Signalling
Prerequisites:
PHYL2002 Physiology of Cells or PHYL2245 Physiology of Cells or (PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems and three of ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development, BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell, BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell, MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology, PATH2201 Introduction to Human Disease, PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology)
S1PHYL3002Physiology of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
Prerequisites:
PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems; for pre-2012 courses: PHYL2255 Physiology of Human Body Systems or PHYL2260 Physiology of Adaptation and Stress
S2PHYL3003Physiology of Nutrition and Metabolism
Prerequisites:
96 points and PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems
S2PHYL3004Physiology of Integrated Organ Function
Prerequisites:
PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems and PHYL2002 Physiology of Cells; for pre-2012 courses: [PHYL2245 Physiology of Cells and (PHYL2255 Physiology of Human Body Systems or PHYL2260 Physiology of Adaptation and Stress)]
S1PLNT3301Plant Physiological Ecology
Prerequisites:
PLNT2201 Plants in Action or ENVT2250 Ecology
NSPLNT3306Australian Vegetation
Prerequisites:
PLNT2204 Plant Diversity and Conservation or ENVT2250 Ecology
S1PSYC3301Intermediate Quantitative Methods in Psychology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
S2PSYC3302Psychological Measurement and its Application
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
S1PSYC3303Psychological Science in the Modern World: Challenges and Controversies
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Psychological Research Methods and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
S2PSYC3308Psychology: Atypical Development
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
S2PSYC3309Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
S2PSYC3310Psychology: Specialist Research Topics
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
S1PSYC3312Psychology and Social Behaviour
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
N/APSYC3313Psychology: Lifespan Development
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
N/APSYC3314Adult Psychopathology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
N/APSYC3315Cognitive Psychology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Psychological Research Methods and one other Level 2 PSYC unit
S1PSYC3317Cognitive Neuroscience
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Psychology and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
N/APSYC3318Perception and Sensory Neuropsychology
Prerequisites:
PSYC1101 Psychology: Mind and Brain and PSYC1102 Psychology: Behaviour in Context and PSYC2203 Psychological Research Methods and one other Level 2 Psychology unit
S1SCIE3304Field Techniques in Marine Science
Prerequisites:
SCIE2204 Marine Systems or ENSC3012 Data Collection and Analysis or equivalent; and completion of at least 84 points
S2SCIE3314Crops and Cropping Systems
Prior studies:
AGRI2201 Pasture and Livestock Systems
S1SCIE3366Project and Risk Management
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ECON unit or any Level 2 PLNG unit or any Level 2 ENVT unit; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2SCIE3367Decision Tools for Natural Resource Management
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 ECON unit or any Level 2 ENVT unit
S2SCOM3319Exhibitions and Interpretation
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 COMM unit or any Level 2 SCOM unit Enrolment in Master of Science Communication (51580)
S1SCOM3320Communication Strategies for Change
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 COMM unit or any Level 2 SCOM unit enrolment in the Master of Science Communication (51580)
S1SCOM3322Science Performance
Prerequisites:
any Level 2 COMM unit or any Level 2 SCOM unit or enrolment in Master of Science Communication (51580)
S1SSEH3301Exercise Prescription and Nutrition for Health and Fitness
Prerequisites:
SSEH2260 Exercise Physiology
S2SSEH3339Community and Worksite Health Promotion
Prior studies:
SSEH2290 Promoting Lifelong Physical Activity
S2SSEH3345Lifespan Motor Development
Prerequisites:
any level 2 SSEH unit
S1SSEH3355Biomechanical Principles
Prerequisites:
SSEH2250 Biomechanics or any Level 2 PHYS unit or any Level 2 ENSC unit
S1SSEH3365Sport Physiology
Prerequisites:
SSEH2260 Exercise Physiology
S2SSEH3366Bioenergetics in Exercise, Nutrition and Energy Balance
S2SSEH3375Psychology of Sport
Prerequisites:
SSEH2270 Psychosocial Aspects of Sport, Exercise and Health; or a Level 2 PSYC unit; for pre-2012 courses: none
S2SSEH3376Coaching Psychology
Prerequisites:
SSEH2270 Psychosocial Aspects of Sport, Exercise and Health; or a Level 2 PSYC unit or approval of the unit coordinator.
S2SSEH3393Professional Practice Part 1
Prerequisites:
enrolment in the Bachelor of Science (Sport Science major) or Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Health major) and must have completed 72 points toward the degree; for pre-2012 courses: enrolment in a major in Sport Science (MJ-SSCEH) or Exercise and Health (PG-EXHSC) and must have completed 72 points in the degree
S2SSEH3394Professional Practice Part 2
Prerequisites:
enrolment in the Bachelor of Science (Sport Science major) or the Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Health major) and must have completed 72 points in the degree; for pre-2012 courses: enrolment in a major in Sport Science (MJ-SSCEH) or Exercise and Health (PG-EXHSC) and must have completed 72 points in the degree

Health and Medical Sciences

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit nameUnit rules
S2AHEA3200Aboriginal Health Community Organisation Placement
Prerequisites:
AHEA2201 Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing and INDG2300 Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit
S2AHEA3300Aboriginal Health Research Project
Prerequisites:
AHEA2201 Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing; and INDG2300 Indigenous Knowledge: Mind, Body and Spirit; and INDG3300 Indigenous Research and Ethics
S2GENE3340Molecular Genetics II
Prerequisites:
GENE2230 Molecular Genetics I
N/AGENE3380Genetic Origins of Health and Disease
Prerequisites:
PATH2211 Molecular Medicine; or GENE2250 Principles of Inheritance; or PATH2210 Fundamentals of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
S2IMED3301Issues in Women's Reproductive Health: Research and Evidence-based Practice
Prerequisites:
IMED2208 Issues in Women's Reproductive Health: Major Diseases and Health Problems
S1NEUR3310Neuroscience
Prerequisites:
PHYL2002 Physiology of Cells or PHYL2245 Physiology of Cells or equivalent
N/APAED3301Early Origins of Health and Disease
Prerequisites:
BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Frontiers in Biology (formerly BIOL1130">BIOL1130 Core Concepts in Biology); or ANHB1101 Human Biology I: Becoming Human or approval of the unit coordinator
S2PATH3304Drugs and Disease B
Prerequisites:
Biomedical Science major Level 2 units
N/APHAR3303Drugs and Disease A
Prerequisites:
SCOM1101 Introduction to Scientific Practices, ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development, PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology, PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems, MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology, BIOC2203 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell, PATH2201 Introduction to Human Disease
S1PHAR3310Molecular Pharmacology
Prerequisites:
PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology, and PHAR2220 Human Pharmacology; or IMED2002 Blood and Drugs and one of the following units: IMED2001 Body Defences; IMED2003 Essentials of Research in the Health and Medical Sciences or IMED2004 Human Development and Genetics
S2PHAR3320Systems Pharmacology
Prerequisites:
[PHAR2210">PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology and PHAR2220 Human Pharmacology] or [PHAR2210">PHAR2210 Foundations of Pharmacology and PHYL2001 Physiology of Human Body Systems and BIOC2001 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Cell and one of the following units: ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development, MICR2209 Introduction to Infectious Diseases and Immunology or PATH2220 Introduction to Human Disease]
S2PUBH3301Health Leadership
Prerequisites:
PUBH2204 Disease Prevention and Control
S2PUBH3302Health Promotion
Prerequisites:
PUBH2204 Disease Prevention and Control
S1PUBH3305Health Research Design and Methods
Prerequisites:
PUBH2203 Foundations of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
S1PUBH3307Health Systems and Policy
Prerequisites:
PUBH2204 Disease Prevention and Control
S1PUBH3308Population Health Practicum
Co-requisites:
PUBH2216 Communication and Project Planning in Health; PUBH3307 Health Systems and Policy; and PUBH3305 Health Research Design and Methods