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Type:

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description:

This stream aims to produce graduates who comprehend the full range of consequences of bioexploitation and who are able to devise and implement practical changes to systems which will reduce long-term negative effects and improve biosustainability.

Prerequisite(s):

Nil

Assumed Knowledge:

SACE Stage 2 Chemistry

Courses:

Courses that are in majors, sub-majors and/or minors:
Area and cat no.UnitsLevelReferences
GROUP 100
Molecules to Tissues ABIOL 10074.51Note(s): 3,4
Molecules to Tissues BBIOL 10124.51Note(s): 3,4
Life on Earth ABIOL 20454.52
Life on Earth BBIOL 20464.52
Human Evolution, Ecology & ImpactBIOL 30264.53
Humans and Natural ResourcesBIOL 30274.53
Research Elective ProjectBIOL 30314.53
GROUP 200
BiochemistryBIOL 20144.52
PhysiologyBIOL 20354.52
MicrobiologyBIOL 20514.52
ImmunologyBIOL 20374.52
GeneticsBIOL 20164.52
EvolutionBIOL 20594.52


Rules:

Nil

Notes:

1.

The extended major comprises all twelve courses to be completed.

2.

The major comprises seven courses from Group 1 plus one course from Group 2.

3.

The sub-major comprises these two courses plus any four courses from the schedule.

4.

The minor comprises these two courses plus any two courses from the schedule.

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