2012 Change register

  • Authorised changes to course and areas of study entries in the current Handbook:
  • are recorded below
  • are noted on the course or areas of study entry when it has been altered
  • supercede any previously published information in the Handbook from the effective date.

The notes in this register must be read in conjunction with the course or area of study entry provided in Handbook. Courses and areas of study are listed under the relevant level heading in alphabetical order.

COURSES

Undergraduate

2552 Diploma of Tertiary Studies

Requirements, core units

The following text:

a) two core units (12 points):

  • ATS1369 Understanding university learning
  • ATS1370 Knowledge and context

b) six first-year units from chosen stream (36 points)

Replaces:

  • ATS1369 Understanding university learning
  • ATS1370 Knowledge and context

Effective date of change: 01.10.2011

0170 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Economics - ARTS

Requirements, Economics component

The following text inserted:

Students cannot undertake the eight-unit philosophy and politics major as their first major.

Effective date of change: 01.10.2011

3426 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Social Work

Structure

The following text inserted:

Off-campus students

Students complete the structure as outlined above under ‘on-campus students’ however the disciplines available to off-campus students are limited to:

  • Australian Indigenous studies
  • Australian studies
  • communications
  • community studies
  • community welfare and counselling
  • criminal justice
  • English
  • history-politics
  • journalism
  • philosophy
  • psychology (ARTS)
  • psychological studies
  • public relations
  • sociology
  • writing

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

1708 - Bachelor of Arts (Professional Communication) - ARTS

Structure

The following text:

Students complete a major in either Communications or Public Relations, a specialisation sequence in a complementary field, an arts minor and additional studies chosen from a variety of Arts disciplines.

Replaces:

Students complete a major in either Communications or Public Relations, a specialisation sequence in a complementary field, and additional studies chosen from a variety of Arts disciplines.

Requirements, Specialisation sequences, Management (Faculty of Business and Economics), Electives

The following text:

  • MGW3681/MGG3681 International management

Replaces:

  • MGW3681/MGG3658 International management

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3879 Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Bachelor of Commerce - ENG

Requirements, Chemical engineering, Fifth year

The following text:

  • CHE3171 Bioprocess technology, * or 6 point chemical engineering elective
  • CHE4162 Particle technology
  • CHE4170 Design project (12 points)
  • CHE4171 Biochemical engineering
  • CHE4180 Chemical engineering project (12 points)
  • 12 points of electives from the biomedical science area

Total: 54 Points

Replaces:

  • CHE3171 Bioprocess technology, * or CHE4162 Particle technology
  • CHE4170 Design project (12 points)
  • CHE4171 Biochemical engineering
  • CHE4180 Chemical engineering project (12 points)
  • 12 points of electives from the biomedical science area

Total: 48 Points

4417 Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Bachelor of Commerce - BUSECO

Requirements, commerce component

The following text:

(a.) 16 units (96 points) from the Faculty of Business and Economics in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus as follows:

(i.) six compulsory common core units (36 points)

  • AFC1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTC1110 Business law
  • ECC1000 Principles of microeconomics
  • ETC1000 Business and economic statistics
  • MGC1010 Introduction to management
  • MKC1200 Principles of marketing

(ii.) a major of eight units (48 points):

  • the major must come from the approved majors listed under 'Areas of study'
  • at least two units (12 points) must be completed at each of second and third-year levels

(iii.) additional units from the faculty in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus to reach the required minimum of 16 units (96 points).

Additional Bachelor of Commerce degree requirements:

  • a maximum of eight first-year level units (48 points)
  • a minimum of four third-year level units (24 points) from those offered by the faculty on the Clayton campus
  • in addition to specific unit prerequisites, second-year level units require the successful completion of three first-year level units and third-year level units require the successful completion of two second-year level units

Replaces:

(a.) 16 units (96 points) from the Faculty of Business and Economics in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus as follows:

(i.) six compulsory core units (36 points):

  • AFC1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTC1110 Business law
  • ECC1000 Principles of microeconomics
  • ETC1000 Business and economic statistics
  • MGC1010 Introduction to management
  • MKC1200 Principles of marketing

(ii.) at least two units from the following list (12 points):

  • AFC1030 Introduction to financial accounting, or AFC2140 Corporate finance
  • ECC1100 Principles of macroeconomics
  • ETC1010 Data modelling and computing
  • MGC1020 Organisations: contexts and strategies

(iii.) a major of eight units (48 points):*

  • the major must come from the approved list of majors listed under 'Areas of study'
  • at least two units (12 points) must be completed at each of second and third-year levels.

*Note: Depending on the major chosen, one or more of the units in the major may have already been studied as part of the group of common core units - where this is the case, students will complete additional unit/s as detailed below.

(iv.) additional units from the faculty in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus to reach the required minimum of 16 units (96 points).

Additional Bachelor of Commerce requirements

  • a maximum of eight first year level units (48 points)
  • a minimum of four third year level units (24 points)
  • in addition to specific unit prerequisites, second -year level units require the successful completion of three first-year-level units and third-year-level units require the successful completion of two second-year-level units.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3806 Bachelor of Business - BUSECO

Requirements, Caulfield

The following text:

  • students wishing to complete a 10 unit psychology major accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) as their second major can count the units PSY2051 and PSY3062 as additional business units under section (a.)(iii.) of the degree requirements and a further eight psychology units under section (b.) of the degree requirements

Replaces:

  • students wishing to complete a 10 unit psychology major accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) as their second major can count the units PSY1011 and PSY2051 as additional business units under section (a.)(iii.) of the degree requirements and a further eight psychology units under section (b.) of the degree requirements

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3749 Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Recreation

Requirements, sport and outdoor education component

Third year

The following text:

  • EDF1616 Lifespan physical activity and wellness
  • EDF2612 Experiential education in sport and outdoor recreation
  • EDF3617 Professional practice in sport and outdoor recreation
  • EDF3618 Research planning in sport and outdoor recreation

Replaces:

  • EDF1616 Lifespan physical activity and wellness
  • EDF3617 Professional practice in sport and outdoor recreation
  • 12 points of approved sport and outdoor recreation elective units

Fourth year

The following text:

  • EDF1615 Experiential environmental education
  • EDF2611 Experiencing aquatic environments
  • EDF3613 Trends, controversies and issues in sport and outdoor recreation or EDF3622 Advanced sports coaching and development
  • EDF3615 Experiencing the Australian landscape or EDF3619 Sport and physical activity education

Replaces:

  • EDF3613 Trends, controversies and issues in sport and outdoor recreation or EDF3622 Advanced sports coaching and development
  • EDF3615 Experiencing the Australian landscape or EDF3619 Sport and physical activity in education
  • 12 points of approved sport and outdoor recreation electives

BSOR elective units

  • EDF1615 Experiential environmental education
  • EDF1616 Lifespan physical activity and wellness
  • EDF2611 Experiencing aquatic environments
  • EDF2612 Experiential education in sport and outdoor recreation
  • EDF2618 Dance in education
  • EDF3613 Trends, controversies and issues in sport and outdoor recreation
  • EDF3614 Expeditionary learning
  • EDF3615 Experiencing the Australian landscape
  • EDF3616 Camp planning and practice
  • EDF3618 Research planning in sport and outdoor recreation
  • EDF3619 Sport and physical activity education
  • EDF3622 Advanced sports coaching and development

Special Requirements

The following text inserted:

Students are required to complete a swimming rescue certificate or AUSTSWIM certificate or Swim Teacher's Certificate (ASCTA) and a First Aid certificate (minimum Level II) as part of their course requirements. Both must be current at the time of graduation.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2224 Bachelor of Business and Commerce - BUSECO

Requirements

The following text:

  • AFW1000/AFG1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTW1200/BTG1200 Business law
  • ECW1101/ECG1101 Introductory microeconomics
  • ETW1102/ETG1102 Business statistics*
  • MGW1010/MGG1010 Introduction to management
  • MKW1120/MKG1120 Marketing theory and practice

* Note: Sunway students have the option of choosing this unit or ETW1000 (Business and economic statistics).

Replaces:

  • AFW1000/AFG1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTW1200/BTG1200 Business law, or BTW1201 South African business law A*
  • ECW1101/ECG1101 Introductory microeconomics
  • ETW1102/ETG1102 Business statistics**
  • MGW1010/MGG1010 Introduction to management
  • MKW1120/MKG1120 Marketing theory and practice


* Note: South Africa students must undertake BTW1201 (South Africa business law A)

** Note: Sunway students have the option of choosing this unit or ETW1000 (Business and economic statistics).

Areas of study

The following text removed:

  • Accounting (South Africa)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual and Media Arts - BUSECO

Award(s)

The following text removed:

Bachelor of Visual Arts

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4415 Bachelor of Business Science - BUSECO

Areas of Study

The following text inserted:

  • Accounting (BBusSci)*

*Note: This major does not meet all the requirements for professional accreditation.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3823 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering - ENG

Requirements, commerce component

The following text:

(a.) 16 units (96 points) from the Faculty of Business and Economics in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus as follows:
(i.) six compulsory common core units (36 points)

  • AFC1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTC1110 Business law
  • ECC1000 Principles of microeconomics
  • ETC1000 Business and economic statistics
  • MGC1010 Introduction to management
  • MKC1200 Principles of marketing

(ii.) at least two units from the following list (12 points)

  • AFC1030 Introduction to financial accounting, or AFC2140 Corporate finance
  • ECC1100 Principles of macroeconomics
  • ETC1010 Data modelling and computing

(iii.) a major of eight units (48 points):*

  • the major must come from the approved list of majors listed under 'Areas of study'
  • at least two units (12 points) must be completed at each of second and third-year levels

* Note: Depending on the major chosen, one or more of the units in the major may have already been studied as part of the group of common core units - where this is the case, students will complete additional unit/s as detailed below.

(iv.) additional units from the faculty in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus to reach the required minimum of 16 units (96 points).
Additional Bachelor of Commerce requirements:

  • a maximum of eight first year level units (48 points)
  • a minimum of four third year level units (24 points)
  • in addition to specific unit prerequisites, second -year level units require the successful completion of three first-year level units and third-year level units require the successful completion of two second-year level units

Replaces:

(a.) 16 units (96 points) from the Faculty of Business and Economics in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus as follows:
(i.) six compulsory common core units (36 points)

  • AFC1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTC1110 Business law
  • ECC1000 Principles of microeconomics
  • ETC1000 Business and economic statistics
  • MGC1010 Introduction to management
  • MKC1200 Principles of marketing

(ii.) at least two units from the following list (12 points)

  • AFC1030 Introduction to financial accounting, or AFC2140 Corporate finance
  • ECC1100 Principles of macroeconomics
  • ETC1010 Data modelling and computing

(iii.) a major of eight units (48 points):*

  • the major must come from the approved list of majors listed under 'Areas of study'
  • at least two units (12 points) must be completed at each of second and third-year levels

* Note: Depending on the major chosen, one or more of the units in the major may have already been studied as part of the group of common core units - where this is the case, students will complete additional unit/s as detailed below.

(iv.) additional units from the faculty in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus to reach the required minimum of 16 units (96 points).

Additional Bachelor of Commerce requirements:

  • a maximum of eight first year level units (48 points)
  • a minimum of four third year level units (24 points)
  • in addition to specific unit prerequisites, second -year level units require the successful completion of three first-year level units and third-year level units require the successful completion of two second-year level units

Areas of Study, Commerce majors

The following text inserted:

  • Financial and insurance mathematics

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

1469 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Science - BUSECO

Requirements, commerce component

The following text:

(a.) 16 units (96 points) from the Faculty of Business and Economics in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus as follows:

(i.) six compulsory common core units (36 points)

  • AFC1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTC1110 Business law
  • ECC1000 Principles of microeconomics
  • ETC1000 Business and economic statistics
  • MGC1010 Introduction to management
  • MKC1200 Principles of marketing

(ii.) a major of eight units (48 points):

  • the major must come from the approved majors listed under 'Areas of study'
  • at least two units (12 points) must be completed at each of second and third-year levels

(iii.) additional units from the faculty in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus to reach the required minimum of 16 units (96 points).

Additional Bachelor of Commerce degree requirements:

  • a maximum of eight first-year level units (48 points)
  • a minimum of four third-year level units (24 points) from those offered by the faculty on the Clayton campus
  • in addition to specific unit prerequisites, second-year level units require the successful completion of three first-year level units and third-year level units require the successful completion of two second-year level units

Replaces:

(a.) 16 units (96 points) from the Faculty of Business and Economics in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus as follows:
(i.) six compulsory common core units (36 points)

  • AFC1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTC1110 Business law
  • ECC1000 Principles of microeconomics
  • ETC1000 Business and economic statistics
  • MGC1010 Introduction to management
  • MKC1200 Principles of marketing

(ii.) at least two units from the following list (12 points)

  • AFC1030 Introduction to financial accounting, or AFC2140 Corporate finance
  • ECC1100 Principles of macroeconomics
  • ETC1010 Data modelling and computing

(iii.) a major of eight units (48 points):*

  • the major must come from the approved list of majors listed under 'Areas of study'
  • at least two units (12 points) must be completed at each of second and third-year levels

* Note: Depending on the major chosen, one or more of the units in the major may have already been studied as part of the group of common core units - where this is the case, students will complete additional unit/s as detailed below.

(iv.) additional units from the faculty in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus to reach the required minimum of 16 units (96 points).

Additional Bachelor of Commerce requirements:

  • a maximum of eight first year level units (48 points)
  • a minimum of four third year level units (24 points)
  • in addition to specific unit prerequisites, second -year level units require the successful completion of three first-year level units and third-year level units require the successful completion of two second-year level units

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4307 Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences - IT

Requirements:

The following text:

 (d) eight other elective units (48 points).

Replaces:

 (d) eight other elective units (36 points).

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2380 Bachelor of Computer Science - FIT

Requirements, notes

The following text:

(1.) Approved variations to the BCompSc course structure are as follows:

  • students requiring other mathematics for a non-computer science elective stream (for example, an engineering stream) may replace MAT1830/MAT2003 with approval.

(2.) The BCompSc degree is subject to the requirement that:

  • a maximum of 60 points is obtained at level one
  • a minimum of 36 points is obtained at level three. This requirement is reduced to 24 points at level three if two named minors are taken.

Replaces:

(1.) Approved variations to the BCompSc course structure are as follows:

  • students requiring other mathematics for a non-computer science elective stream (for example, an engineering stream) may replace MAT1830/MAT2003 with approval.

(2.) The BCompSc degree is subject to the requirement that:

  • a maximum of 60 points is obtained at level one

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2350 Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering - ENG

The following text:

  • ENG1090 Foundation mathematics or 6-point approved elective

Replaces:

  • 6-point approved elective

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

0023 Bachelor of Economics - BUSECO

Requirements

The following text inserted:

Students cannot undertake the eight-unit philosophy and politics major as their first major.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

0032 Bachelor of Engineering - ENG

Requirements, mechanical engineering, mechanical engineering electives

The following text:

  • ENG3100 Schools technology project

Replaces:

  • ENG4616

The following text inserted:

  • MEC4456 Robotics

Requirements, materials engineering, (Clayton/Sunway), level four, mechanical engineering electives

The following text inserted:

Select a minimum of 18 points from:

  • ENG3100 Schools technology project
  • ENG4700 Engineering technology for biomedical imaging and sensing

The following text deleted:

Select a minimum of 24 points from:

  • ENG4700 Engineering technology for biomedical imaging and sensing
  • ENG4616 Schools technology studies project

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Requirements, mechanical engineering, level two

The following text:

  • MEC2401 Dynamics I

Replaces:

  • TRC2201 Mechanics

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4617 Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Architectural Design - ENG

Requirements, Stage two, Foundation units

The following text:

  • PHS1080 Foundation physics

Replaces:

  • ENG1080 Foundation physics

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4505 Bachelor of Health Promotion - MNHS

The following text:

  • HSC1101 Biological bases of health and disease 1

Replaces:

  • HSC1011 Biological bases of health and disease 1

The following units:

  • MGW2230 Organisational behaviour
  • one second-year-level elective

Replace:

  • HSC2052 Health and social care systems and policy 2
  • HSC2092 Community development and partnerships

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3882 Bachelor of Health Science - MNHS

Structure

(c.) electives as first, second and third-yeal level

  • changed from 30 points to 36 points

Requirements, major sequences, clinical and public health sciences

The following text deleted:

  • HSC3141 Fundamentals of health service management
  • HSC3142 Health economics

Requirements, Core units, third year, Semester one,

The following text removed:

  • HSC3001 Health law and ethics

Electives

The following text:

Electives may be taken from the lists of major sequence units provided and/or from anywhere in the University. Electives must be taken at first, second and third year.

Replaces:

Electives may be taken from the lists of major sequence units provided and/or from anywhere in the University. Electives must be taken at first, second and third year. A maximum of 12 points from electives outside of the faculty is permitted

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3870 Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Social Work - MNHS

Requirements, first year, second semester

The following text:

  • HSC1081 Foundations of public health

Replaces:

  • HSC1082 Foundations of Public Health

Requirements, Second year, Semester two

The following text:

  • HSC2141 Analysing patterns of health and disease

Replaces:

  • HSC2052 Health and social care systems and policy 2

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3334 Bachelor of Information Technology and Systems - IT

Structure:

The following text:

(d.) eight elective units (48 points)*. These can be further IT units or units from any faculty in the university.

* Students wishing to complete the multimedia development major or games development major must include VCM1001 Visual communication as one of their eight elective units. Students completing these majors will complete nine units of further IT-related study and seven elective units.

Repalces:

(d.) eight elective units (36 points). These can be further IT units or units from any faculty in the university. Students wishing to complete the multimedia development major or games development major must include VCM1001 (Visual communication) as one of their eight elective units.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4425 Bachelor of Journalism and Bachelor of Commerce - BUSECO

Areas of Study

The following text inserted:

  • Accounting (BCom)
  • Actuarial studies
  • Business law and taxation
  • Business modelling
  • Econometrics and business statistics (BCom)
  • Economics (BCom)
  • Finance (BCom)
  • Financial and insurance mathematics
  • Human resource management (BCom)
  • International commerce
  • Journalism
  • Journalism studies
  • Management (BCom)
  • Marketing (BCom)
  • Sustainability

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3280 Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering - ENG

Requirements, level two

The following text:

  • MEC2401 Dynamics 1

Replaced by:

  • TRC2201 Mechanics

Requirements, Level four

The following text:

  • TRC4000 Mechatronics final year project I
  • TRC 4002 Professional practice
  • TRC4800 Robotics
  • 30 points of mechatronics electives from the list below (six of the 30 points may be taken as an inter-faculty elective):

Replaces:

  • ECE4099 Professional practice
  • TRC4000 Mechatronics final year project I
  • TRC4800 Robotics
  • 30 points of mechatronics electives from the list below (six of the 30 points may be taken as an inter-faculty elective):

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3282 Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering and Bachelor of Science - ENG

Requirements, stage three, computer science sequence

The following text:

  • and one of FIT3036, FIT3042, FIT3080, FIT3088, FIT3140 or MTH3051

Replaces:

  • and one of FIT3036, FIT3042, FIT3080, FIT3088 or FIT3140

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3952 Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

Requirements

Year C

The following text:

Full Year

  • GMC4200 Integrated clinical studies

First semester

  • GMC4151 Specialty clinical practices 1

Second semester

  • GMC4162 Specialty clinical practices 2
  • GMC4000 Final grade

Replaces:

First semester

  • GMC4051 General practice/psychological medicine

Second semester

  • GMC4000 Final grade
  • GMC4062 Women's health and children's health

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3652 Bachelor of Midwifery

Requirements, Second year, First semester

The following text added:

  • elective

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

1185 Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce - ARTS

Requirements, commerce component

The following text:

(a.) 16 units (96 points) from the Faculty of Business and Economics in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus as follows:

(i.) six compulsory common core units (36 points)

  • AFC1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTC1110 Business law
  • ECC1000 Principles of microeconomics
  • ETC1000 Business and economic statistics
  • MGC1010 Introduction to management
  • MKC1200 Principles of marketing

(ii.) a major of eight units (48 points):

  • the major must come from the approved majors listed under 'Areas of study'
  • at least two units (12 points) must be completed at each of second and third-year levels

(iii.) additional units from the faculty in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus to reach the required minimum of 16 units (96 points).

Additional Bachelor of Commerce degree requirements:

  • a maximum of eight first-year level units (48 points)
  • a minimum of four third-year level units (24 points) from those offered by the faculty on the Clayton campus
  • in addition to specific unit prerequisites, second-year level units require the successful completion of three first-year level units and third-year level units require the successful completion of two second-year level units.

Replaces:

(a.) Students complete 16 units (96 points) from the Faculty of Business and Economics as follows:
(i.) six compulsory common core units (36 points):

  • AFC1000 Principles of accounting and finance
  • BTC1110 Business law
  • ECC1000 Principles of microeconomics
  • ETC1000 Business and economic statistics
  • MGC1010 Introduction to management
  • MKC1200 Principles of marketing

(ii.) at least two units (12 points) from the following list:

  • AFC1030 Introduction to financial accounting, or AFC2140 Corporate finance
  • ECC1100 Principles of macroeconomics
  • ETC1010 Data modelling and computing
  • MGC1020 Organisations: Contexts and strategies

(iii.) a major of eight units (48 points):*

  • the major must come from the approved majors listed under 'Areas of study'
  • at least two units (12 points) must be completed at each of second and third-year levels

* Depending on the major chosen, one of the units in the major may have already been studied as part of the group of common core units - where this is the case, students will complete an additional unit as detailed below.

(iv.) additional units from the faculty in the Bachelor of Commerce at the Clayton campus to reach the required minimum of 16 units.
Additional commerce degree requirements:

  • a maximum of eight first-year-level units (48 points)
  • a minimum of four third-year-level units (24 points) must be from those offered by the faculty on the campus delivering this program
  • in addition to specific unit prerequisites, second-year level units require the successful completion of three first-year-level units and third-year-level units require the successful completion of two second-year level units.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3963 Bachelor of Nursing Practice - MNHS

Requirements, second year

The following text:

First semester

  • NUR2002 Nursing practice in context 1
  • NUR2006 Principles of nursing pharmacology
  • SRH2002 Indigenous health and wellbeing

Second semester

  • NUR2004 Nursing practice in context 2
  • NUR2104 Mental health practice 1
  • elective

Replaces:

First semester

  • NUR2002 Nursing practice in context 1
  • NUR2003 Contexts of health care
  • NUR2006 Principles of nursing pharmacology

Second semester

  • NUR2004 Nursing practice in context 2
  • NUR2104 Mental health practice 1
  • SRH2002 Indigenous health and wellbeing
  • elective

Requirements, third year, first semester

The following text:

  • NUR3003 Education for clinical practice

Replaces:

  • NUR3003 Education in health practice

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3953 Bachelor of Nursing Practice and Bachelor of Midwifery - MNHS

Requirements, Third year, First semester

The following text:

  • NUR2003 Contexts of health care

Replaces:

  • NUR1002 Health, illness and professional nursing

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3883 Bachelor of Psychology (with Honours)

Requirements, Psychology electives

The following text:

  • BNS3052 Drugs, brain and altered awareness
  • BNS3062 Imaging and brain disorders
  • PSY3180 Human neuropsychology
  • PSY3190 Addiction studies
  • PSY3230 Psychological foundations of the law
  • PSY3240 Psychology of music
  • PSY3250 Positive psychology
  • PSY3270 Neurosciences of cognitive behaviours

Replaces:

  • PSY2112 Organisational psychology
  • PSY3120 Introduction to counselling
  • PSY3180 Human neuropsychology
  • PSY3190 Addiction studies
  • PSY3230 Psychological foundations of the law
  • PSY3240 Psychology of music
  • PSY3250 Positive psychology

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

0050 Bachelor of Science - SCI

Requirements, breadth of studies, option 2, physical processes

The following text:

  • ENG1050 Engineering materials

Replaces:

  • MSC1010 Structural and functional materials

Requirements Breadth of studies, Option 1, Computer Science

The following text inserted:

* Students intending to do a major or minor sequence in computer science (Clayton campus) should do FIT1029 and FIT1002. Students intending to do a major or minor sequence in information technology (Gippsland campus) should do FIT1031 and FIT1002. Please refer to http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/2012handbooks/undergrad/sci-01a.html for more information.

Award(s)

The following text removed:

Bachelor of Science (Biomolecular Processing)
Bachelor of Science (Chemical Biotechnology)
Bachelor of Science (Medical Biotechnology)
Bachelor of Science (Materials and Nanotechnology)
Bachelor of Science (Plant and Animal Biotechnology)
Bachelor of Science (Pharmacological Chemistry)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2069 Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Recreation - EDU

Special Requirements

The following text inserted:

Students are required to complete a swimming rescue certificate or AUSTSWIM certificate or Swim Teacher's Certificate (ASCTA) and a First Aid certificate (minimum Level II) as part of their course requirements. Both must be current at the time of graduation.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2070 Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Recreation and Bachelor of Education - EDU

Special Requirements

The following text inserted:

Students are required to complete the AUSTSWIM certificate or Swim Teacher's Certificate (ASCTA) and a First Aid certificate (minimum Level II) as part of their course requirements. Both must be current at the time of graduation.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3718 Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Recreation and Bachelor of Education - EDU

Requirements, pathway 1, fourth year

The following text:

  • one core curriculum or one elective curriculum unit

Replaces:

  • one core curriculum (EDF41xx) or one elective curriculum unit (EDF45xx)

Requirements, pathway 2, fourth year

Requirements, pathway 3, fourth year

The following text:

  • one core curriculum or one elective curriculum unit
  • one other curriculum specialism unit

Replaces:

  • one core curriculum (EDF41xx) or one elective curriculum unit (EDF45xx)
  • one other curriculum specialism unit (EDF44xx)

Special Requirements

The following text inserted:

Students are required to complete the AUSTSWIM certificate or Swim Teacher's Certificate (ASCTA) and a First Aid certificate (minimum Level II) as part of their course requirements. Both must be current at the time of graduation.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

0051 Honours degree of Bachelor of Science - SCI

Structure, areas of study

The following text deleted:

  • plant and animal biotechnology

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Requirements, psychology

The following text:

  • PSY4110 Psychology in society
  • PSY4130 Developmental and clinical neuroscience

Replaces:

  • PSY4230 Contemporary issues in psychobiology
  • PSY4260 Contemporary issues in developmental psychology

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Postgraduate

3876 Graduate Certificate in Emergency Health - MNHS

Requirements

The following text removed:

General stream

Core unit

  • MEH4306 Integrated emergency medical system

Elective units

  • 18 credit points of postgraduate electives

Students must select at least on elective unit offered by the Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice. Other electives may be taken from departments in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, provided they are of the appropriate postgraduate level and approved by the course coordinator.

The following text removed:

Emergency preparedness and disaster health stream

Core units

  • MDM4010 Introduction to the principles of emergency preparedness and disaster medicine
  • MDM4020 Emergency preparedness
  • MDM4030 Major incident management
  • MDM4040 Disaster recovery

Medical stream**

Admission to the medical stream is restricted to overseas doctors selected by their own government to train in the practice of emergency medicine, at the Alfred Emergency and Trauma Centre.

Core units

  • PAR4303 Management of emergency trauma and environmental conditions
  • PAR4302 Management of emergency cardiac conditions
  • PAR4304 Management of emergency medical conditions
  • MEH4308 Clinical practicum ***

** Students undertaking this stream cannot progress to studies at the diploma or masters levels.
*** This unit is a core unit for existing practicing MICA Paramedics (pre-graduate diploma) who are undertaking the graduate diploma conversion program.

Progression to further studies

The following text isnerted:

Students undertaking the aeormedical and retrieval stream stream cannot progress to studies at the diploma level in this program, but may qualify for admission to the masters.

Award(s)

The following awards removed:

Graduate Certificate of Emergency Health (Paramedic)
Graduate Certificate in Emergency Health
Graduate Certificate in Emergency Health (Medical)
Graduate Certificate in Emergency Health (Disaster Preparedness and Management)

Where more than one award is listed the actual award conferred may depend on units/majors/streams/specialisations studied, the level of academic merit achieved, or other factors relevant to the individual student's program of study.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

1737 Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary) - EDU

Requirements, part-time course requirements

Year 1, second semester

The following text deleted:

  • EDF44xx

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

0341 Graduate Diploma of Education (Primary) - EDU

Fieldwork

The following text:

  • Students must complete teaching practice which consists of a minimum of 45 days of satisfactory supervised school experience.

Replaces:

  • Students must complete teaching practice which consists of a minimum of 50 days of satisfactory supervised school experience.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Requirements, semester 1

The following text:

  • EDF4311 Professional contexts 1 (20 days professional placement)

Replaces:

  • EDF4311 Professional contexts 1 (25 days professional placement)

Requirements, semester 2

The following text:

  • EDF2302 Re-imagining children's learning
  • EDF2303 Movement, environment and community
  • EDF3301 Numeracy
  • EDF3303 Integrating the curriculum 1: Creative exchange
  • EDF4312 Professional contexts 2 (25 days professional placement)

Replaces:

  • EDF2302 Re-imagining children's learning (5 days professional placement)
  • EDF2303 Movement, environment and community
  • EDF3301 Numeracy
  • EDF3303 Integrating the curriculum 1: Creative exchange
  • EDF4312 Professional contexts 2 (20 days professional placement)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

1737 Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary) - EDU

Requirements, full-time course requirements

The following text:

First semester

  • EDF4004 Curriculum and assessment
  • EDF4005 Productive classrooms
  • Core curriculum unit 1
  • Core curriculum unit 2 or Curriculum elective unit
  • EDF4730 Professional experience 1A and EDF4731 Professional experience 1B

Second semester

  • EDF4006 Professional engagement
  • EDF4007 Schooling and diversity
  • Curriculum specialism unit 1
  • Curriculum specialism unit 2
  • EDF4733 Professional experience 2A and EDF4734 Professional experience 2B

Replaces:

First semester

  • EDF4004 Curriculum and assessment
  • EDF4005 Productive classrooms
  • EDF41xx Core curriculum unit 1EDF41xx Core curriculum unit 2 or EDF45xx Curriculum elective unit
  • EDF4730 Professional experience 1A and EDF4731 Professional experience 1B

Second semester

  • EDF4006 Professional engagement
  • EDF4007 Schooling and diversity
  • EDF44xx Curriculum specialism unit 1
  • EDF44xx Curriculum specialism unit 2
  • EDF4733 Professional experience 2A and EDF4734 Professional experience 2B

Requirements, part-time course requirements

The following text:

Year 1

First semester

  • EDF4005 Productive classrooms (core education unit)
  • Core curriculum unit 1
  • EDF4730 Professional experience 1A

Second semester

  • EDF4007 Schooling and diversity (core education unit)
  • Curriculum specialism unit 1
  • EDF4733 Professional experience 2A

Year 2

First semester

  • EDF4004 Curriculum and assessment (core education unit)
  • Core curriculum unit 2 or  Curriculum elective unit
  • EDF4731 Professional experience 1B

Second semester

  • EDF4006 Professional engagement (core education unit)
  • Curriculum specialism unit 2
  • EDF4734 Professional experience 2B

Replaces:

Year 1

First semester

  • EDF4005 Productive classrooms (core education unit)
  • EDF41xx Core curriculum unit 1
  • EDF4730 Professional experience 1A

Second semester

  • EDF4007 Schooling and diversity (core education unit)
  • EDF44xx Curriculum specialism unit 1
  • EDF4733 Professional experience 2A

Year 2

First semester

  • EDF4004 Curriculum and assessment (core education unit)
  • EDF41xx Core curriculum unit 2 or EDF45xx Curriculum elective unit
  • EDF4731 Professional experience 1B

Second semester

  • EDF4006 Professional engagement (core education unit)
  • EDF44xx Curriculum specialism unit 2
  • EDF4734 Professional experience 2B

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3877 Graduate Diploma of Emergency Health - MNHS

Requirements

The following text removed:

General stream

Core unit

  • MEH4306 Integrated emergency medical systems

Elective units

  • 42 credit points, comprising a minimum of 18 credit points offered by the Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice from units in any stream in course 3876 Graduate Certificate in Emergency Health (not including units in the 'Medical' stream)

Emergency preparedness and disaster health stream

Core units

  • MDM4010 Introduction to the principles of emergency preparedness and disaster medicine
  • MDM4020 Disaster risk reduction and preparedness
  • MDM4030 Disaster response
  • MDM4040 Disaster recovery

Elective units

At two elective units from the following:

  • MDM4090 Introduction to disaster preparedness and management
  • MDM4110 Disaster resillience and community safety

plus a maximum of two elective units from the following:

  • ECX9720 Introduction to epidemiology and biostatistics
  • MPH2048 Primary health care in developing countries
  • MPH2050 Health of women and children in developing countries
  • MPH2051 Communicable diseases control in developing countries
  • MPH2053 Public health in refugee settings
  • MPH2055 Health ethics and human rights

Award(s)

The following text removed:

Graduate Diploma in Emergency Health (MICA Paramedic)
Graduate Diploma in Emergency Health

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3210 Postgraduate Diploma of Education

Requirements, specialisation units

Adult and work-based learning

The following text:

  • EDF6802 Adult education and training: Theories and pedagogies
  • EDF6863 Fostering learning in practice

Replaces:

  • EDF6801 Learning at work in the knowledge economy
  • EDF6802 Adult education and training: Theories and pedagogies
  • EDF6810 Navigating education and work: Global perspectives, local practices

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3239 Master in Applied Linguistics for Language Teachers - EDU 

Requirements, stream B: Teaching English as a second/foreign language, Core units

The following text:

  • APG4347/5347 Research methods in applied linguistics

Replaces:

  • APG4635/APG5635 Research methodology for applied linguistics

Requirements, Both streams, Off-campus elective units

The following text:

  • APG5349 World Englishes

Replaces:

  • APG5349 English in South East Asia and the Pacific

Requirements, stream A: Teaching Asian languages (Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Indonesian or other)

The following text inserted:

Elective units

  • APG4630/APG5630 Japanese sociolinguistics
  • APG4631/APG5631 Asian languages in contact
  • APG4634 /APG5634 Japanese linguistics
  • APG5707 Special topic in applied linguistics
  • EDF6010/EDF6020 Professional project
  • EDF6201 Theory and principles of bilingual/immersion education
  • EDF6228 Content-based teaching in languages
  • EDF6234 Curriculum design and evaluation in languages education
  • EDF6236 Language, society and cultural difference

Requirements, stream B: Teaching English as a second/foreign language

The following text inserted:

Elective units

  • APG4735 Issues in teaching English as an international language
  • APG5707 Special topic in applied linguistics
  • EDF6010/EDF6020 Professional project
  • EDF6232 Professional practice for teachers of English as a foreign language*
  • EDF6234 Curriculum design and evaluation in languages education
  • EDF6236 Language, society and cultural difference
  • EDF6238 Advanced practicum in language teaching: TESOL (for domestic students only)

* This unit is for students with less than three years of approved relevant teaching experience.

Requirements

The following text removed:

Elective units

Stream A

  • APG4630 /APG5630 Japanese sociolinguistics
  • APG4631 /APG5631 Asian languages in contact
  • APG4634 /APG5634 Japanese linguistics
  • EDF6201 Theory and principles of bilingual/immersion education
  • EDF6228 Content-based teaching in languages
  • EDF6010/EDF6020 Professional project

Stream B

  • APG4735 Issues in teaching English as an international language
  • APG5707 Special topic in applied linguistics
  • EDF6010/EDF6020 Professional project
  • EDF6232 Professional practice for teachers of English as a foreign language
  • EDF6234 Curriculum design and evaluation in languages education
  • EDF6236 Language, society and cultural difference
  • EDF6238 Advanced practicum in language teaching: TESOL (local students only)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3077 Master of Applied History - ARTS

Awards

The following text:

Master of Applied History

Replaces:

Master of Public History

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4612 Master of Bioresource Engineering - ENG

Notes

The following text inserted:

  • Students are required to undertake off-campus site visits.

Structure:

The following text:

This course comprises general elective units and a combination of units that comprise one of the following streams:

  • biorefinery
  • pulp and paper
  • maintenance and project management.

The number of units to be completed will depend on the student's entry qualification and whether credit has been given for prior study.

Replaces:

This course requires the completion of 12 six-credit-point units, whereby the first 24 credit points comprises the Graduate Certificate of Bioresource Engineering. Students may then articulate, or, depending upon prior qualifications, be granted direct entry to the Masters of Bioresource Engineering and complete (a further) eight 6-credit-point units (48 credit points) comprising five or six core units, depending on the stream, and the balance selected from specific elective units. There is an additional requirement to attend a mill visit program for successful completion of the course. This mill visit program will be organised separately from the units and completion of the requirements will be approved following a satisfactory written report.

Requirements

The following text:

  • 24 points (four units) of general elective units

Replaces:

  • 24 credit points (4 units) which comprises the Graduate Certificate of Bioresource Engineering, or be granted 24 credit points of advanced standing on the basis of recognition of prior learning

Alternative exit(s)

The following text inserted:

Students wishing to exit the Master of Bioresource Engineering early may apply to graduate with the Graduate Certificate of Bioresource Engineering after completion of the first four general elective units, provided they have satisfied the requirements for that award.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3844 Master of Business - BUSECO

Requirements:

The following text inserted:

Additional degree requirements:

  • Students must study a minimum of four 5000-level units.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3758 Master of Counter-Terrorism Studies - ARTS

Requirements, level four, core units

The following text:

  • APG4667  Terrorism, fringe politics and extremist violence

Replaces:

  • APG4667 Fringe politics and extremist violence: An introduction to terrorism

Requirements, level five

The following text:

  • two elective units
  • one elective and APG5851 Terrorism and security studies research project* (9000 words, 12 points)
  • APG5852 Terrorism and security studies research dissertation** (18,000 words, 24 points); or APG5853 Terrorism and security studies research dissertation – Part 1 and APG5854 Terrorism and security studies research dissertation – Part 2 (18,000 words, 24 points)
  • APG5858 Internship in counter-terrorism studies*** and either one elective or APG5851 Terrorism and security studies research project (9,000 words, 12 points)

Replaces:

  • two elective units
  • one elective and APG5851 Terrorism and security studies research project* (9000 words, 12 points)
  • APG5852 Terrorism and security studies research dissertation** (18,000 words, 24 points)
  • APG5858 Internship in counter-terrorism studies*** and either one elective or APG5851 Terrorism and security studies research project (9,000 words, 12 points)

Alternative exits

The following text:

  • 24 points with a Graduate Certificate in Arts
  • 48 points with a Graduate Diploma in Arts.

Replaces:

  • 24 points with a Graduate Certificate in Counter-Terrorism Studies
  • 48 points with a Graduate Diploma in Counter-Terrorism Studies.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2500 Master of Education - EDU

Requirements, specialisation units

Adult and work-based learning

The following text:

  • EDF6802 Adult education and training: Theories and pedagogies
  • EDF6863 Fostering learning in practice

Replaces:

  • EDF6801 Learning at work in the knowledge economy
  • EDF6802 Adult education and training: Theories and pedagogies
  • EDF6810 Navigating education and work: Global perspectives, local practices

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3209 Master of Education (TESOL International) - EDU

Structure:

The following text removed:

Variation to the structure for students studying in Singapore
Students are required to successfully complete a specified sequence of units.

Requirements

The following text removed:

Singapore

Students are required to complete the following six 12-point units:

  • EDF6009 Special topic in research
  • EDF6010 Professional project (A) or EDF6020 Professional project (B)
  • EDF6210 Language testing and assessment
  • EDF6228 Content-based teaching in languages
  • EDF6233 Theory and practice of TESOL
  • EDF6236 Language, society and cultural difference

Clayton

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3093 Master of International Relations - ARTS

Course structure

The following text deleted:

Recommended level five electives for students considering a research degree

  • APG5600 Advanced research methods in social and political sciences
  • APG5851 Research project (9000 words)*

Students may select the equivalent of 12 points in Monash units from outside this list, if (a) the unit(s) are closely related to counter-terrorism studies, and (b) have been approved by the course coordinator.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Requirements

The following text inserted:

Health promotion stream

Social welfare stream

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4051 Master of International Crisis Management

Requirements, electives

The following text:

  • APG4667/APG5667  Terrorism, fringe politics and extremist violence

Replaces:

  • APG4667/APG5667 Fringe politics and extremist violence: An introduction to terrorism

Alternative exit(s)

The following text:

Students wishing to exit this course early may apply to graduate with one of the following:

  • a related graduate certificate after successfully completing 24 credit points, consisting of any of   APG4655, APG5655, APG4656 or APG5656
  • a related graduate diploma after successfully completing 48 credit points, consisting of  APG4655, APG5655, APG4656 or APG5656 plus two electives or two research projects.

Replaces:

Students wishing to exit this course early may apply to graduate with one of the following:

  • a related graduate certificate after successfully completing 24 credit points, consisting of any of MAI4010, MAI5010, MAI4020 or MAI5020
  • a related graduate diploma after successfully completing 48 credit points, consisting of MMAI4010, MAI5010, MAI4020 or MAI5020 plus two electives or two research projects.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3921 Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies - ARTS

Requirements

The following unit:

  • APG5691 Intermediate interpreting

Replaces:

  • APG4691 Intermediate interpreting

Translation-only stream, entry in February, entry in July

The following text:

  • APG5876 Theoretical issues in literary and cultural translation

Replaces:

  • APG5876 Theoretical issues in literary and cultural translation or APG5877 Research project in translation/interpreting studies

The following text inserted:

Students of the translation steam may also be eligible to undertake APG5878 (Please contact the unit coordinator)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4054 Master of Journalism and Master of Business - ARTS

Requirements, core and elective units

The following text:

plus one of the following units (6 points):

  • GSB9001 Personal development: Critical thinking and communication
  • GSB9002 Personal development: Managing self and relationships

plus one of the following units (6 points):

  • MGX5020 Business ethics in a global environment
  • MGX5030 Corporate social responsibility

plus four of the following units (24 points):

  • BTX9020 Business law
  • ECF9530 Economics
  • ETX9000 Business and economic statistics
  • GSB9004 Accounting for business
  • MGX9600 Managing people and organisations
  • MKX9550 Marketing and the international consumer*
  • MKX5641 Advanced marketing communication**

*This unit should not be taken by students intending to complete the Advanced Marketing specialisation and cannot be counted towards the completion of this specialisation.
**This unit is only available to students who have completed the specified unit prerequisite or can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the course director, the completion of an undergraduate major in marketing.

Replaces:

plus three of the following units (18 points):

  • GSB9001 Personal development: Critical thinking and communication
  • GSB9002 Personal development: Managing self and relationships
  • MGX5020 Business ethics in a global environment
  • MGX5030 Corporate social responsibility

plus three of the following units (18 points):

  • AFF9020 Introduction to risk principles
  • AFF9250 Financial management theory
  • BTX5541 Corporations law
  • BTX9020 Business law
  • ECF9530 Economics
  • ETX9000 Business and economic statistics
  • ETF9121 Data analysis in business
  • FIT5157 Services science
  • FIT9006 Information technology management
  • GSB9004 Accounting for business
  • MGX5000 Introductory management research methods
  • MGX5870 Organisational and business dynamics
  • MGX9600 Managing people and organisations
  • MGX9720 Managing organisational change
  • MKX5123 Marketing innovation and planning
  • MKX5461 Contemporary issues in marketing
  • MKF5403 Advanced business research methods
  • MKF5463 Advanced buyer behaviour
  • MKX5641 Advanced marketing communication
  • MKX9550 Marketing and the international consumer
  • MKX9610 Supply chain logistics

Requirements, core and elective units, level five option 1

The following text:

  • AFF9020 Introduction to risk principles
  • AFF9250 Financial management theory
  • APG5425 Perspectives on environmental sustainability
  • APG5427 Frontiers in sustainability and environment
  • APG5433 Corporate sustainability management
  • APG5434 Sustainability measurement
  • BTX5040 Legal aspects of corporate social responsibility
  • BTX5100 Corporate environmental responsibility
  • BTX5541 Advanced corporations law
  • ETX9520 Quantitative methods for risk analysis
  • FIT5092 Electronic business
  • FIT5094 IT for management decision making
  • FIT5097 Business intelligence modelling
  • FIT5101 Enterprise systems
  • FIT5102 IT strategy and governance
  • FIT5107 Managing business records
  • FIT5157 Services science
  • FIT5160 Business process modelling, design and simulation
  • FIT9003 Database systems design
  • FIT9006 Information technology management
  • MBA9010 Supply chain and operations management
  • MBA9052 Project management
  • MGX5000 Introductory management research methods
  • MGX5020 Business ethics in a global environment
  • MGX5870 Organisational and business dynamics
  • MGX9720 Managing organisational change
  • MKX5123 Marketing innovation and planning
  • MKX5461 Contemporary issues in marketing*
  • MKF5403 Advanced business research methods*
  • MKF5463 Advanced buyer behaviour*
  • MKX5611 Advanced supply chain management
  • MKX5641 Advanced marketing communication*
  • MKX9610 Supply chain logistics
  • MKX9620 Fulfilment and order management

* These units are only available to students who have completed the specified unit prerequisite or can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the course director, the completion of an undergraduate major in marketing.

Replaces:

  • APG5425 Perspectives on environmental sustainability
  • APG5427 Frontiers in sustainability and environment
  • APG5433 Corporate sustainability management
  • APG5434 Sustainability measurement
  • BTX5040 Legal aspects of corporate social responsibility
  • BTX5100 Corporate environmental responsibility
  • ETX9520 Quantitative methods for risk analysis
  • FIT5092 Electronic business
  • FIT5094 IT for management decision making
  • FIT5097 Business intelligence modelling
  • FIT5101 Enterprise systems
  • FIT5102 IT strategy and governance
  • FIT5107 Managing business records
  • FIT5157 Services science
  • FIT5160 Business process modelling, design and simulation
  • FIT9003 Database systems design
  • FIT9006 Information technology management
  • MBA9010 Supply chain and operations management
  • MBA9052 Project management
  • MGX5020 Business ethics in a global environment
  • MGX9720 Managing organisational change
  • MKX5611 Advanced supply chain management
  • MKX9610 Supply chain logistics
  • MKX9620 Fulfilment and order management

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3387 Master of Laws (Juris Doctor) - LAW

Requirements, Elective units

The following text removed:

  • LAW7423 Professional practice (jd) (12 credit points)

The following text inserted:

Students may select the following electives once they have passed 60 credit points of the course:

  • LAW7026 Overview of international human rights law
  • LAW7223 Overview of intellectual property

All other elective units can only be selected once the student has passed at least 72 credit points of the course.

Requirements, Elective units, Skill units

The following text inserted:

  • LAW7475 Advanced mediation: Skills and theory A
  • LAW7476 Advanced mediation: Skills and theory B

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4508 Master of Mental Health Science - MNHS

Structure

The following text:

The Masters level qualification can be completed by coursework (12 six point units) or by minor thesis (8 six point units to a high distinction average level, then completion of an agreed research project with appropriately qualified supervisors).

Replaces:

The Masters level qualification can be completed by coursework (12 six point units) or by minor thesis (8 six point units to a Distinction average level, then completion of an agreed research project with appropriately qualified supervisors).

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2183 - Master of Publishing and Editing

Requirements

The following text:

Units are 12 points unless otherwise noted.

Replaces:

Units are six points unless otherwise noted.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

3783 Master of Sustainability - ARTS

Progression to further studies

The following text:

  • Students who undertake the 24 point research project option and achieve at least a distinction (70%) are eligible to apply for a higher degree by research.

Replaces:

  • Some students may be eligible to obtain a second master degree in environmental science by studying for a further six months in Hungary at the Central European University. For further details email Bianca.Roggenbucke@arts.monash.edu.au.

Alternative exit(s)

The following text inserted:

  • 24 points with course 3088 Graduate Certificate in Arts

Award(s)

The following text:

Master of Sustainability

Replaces:

Graduate Certificate in Arts
Master of Environment and Sustainability

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

4201 Master of Teaching (Secondary) - EDU

Requirements, year 1

The following text: 

  • EDF5806 Policy and practice of education
  • EDF5807 Theory and practice of learning and teaching
  • Method study 1 (Specialism)
  • Method study 2 (Specialism)
  • EDF5808 Fostering student engagement in education
  • EDF5809 The teacher as a professional

Replaces:

  • EDF5806 Policy and practice of education
  • EDF5807 Theory and practice of learning and teaching
  • EDF4xxx Method study 1 (Specialism)
  • EDF4xxx Method study 2 (Specialism)
  • EDF5808 Fostering student engagement in education
  • EDF5809 The teacher as a professional

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Structure

The following text:

  • This course comprises four core units,  method studies units and depth studies units as well as fieldwork placements.

Replaces:

  • This course comprises four core units, two method studies units and two depth studies units as well as fieldwork placements.

Requirements, year 1

The following text:

  • EDF5806 Policy and practice of education
  • EDF5807 Theory and practice of learning and teaching
  • Core method study unit 1
  • Core method study unit 2 or Curriculum elective unit
  • EDF5808 Fostering student engagement in education
  • EDF5809 The teacher as a professional
  • Method study 1 (Specialism)
  • Method study 2 (Specialism)

Replaces:

  • EDF5806 Policy and practice of education
  • EDF5807 Theory and practice of learning and teaching
  • Method study 1 (Specialism)
  • Method study 2 (Specialism)
  • EDF5808 Fostering student engagement in education
  • EDF5809 The teacher as a professional

Requirements, year 2

The following text:

  • Depth study 1
  • Depth study 2

Units available

Core curriculum units

Students select two of the following core curriculum units, or one core curriculum unit and one elective curriculum unit from the following list. Students are advised to consult the list of curriculum specialist units and their prerequisites before choosing the core curriculum units:

  • EDF4110 Arts education
  • EDF4111 Business education
  • EDF4112 English language and literacy education
  • EDF4113 General science education
  • EDF4114 Health, outdoor and physical education
  • EDF4115 Information, communication technologies and new media
  • EDF4116 Mathematics and numeracy education
  • EDF4117 Second language pedagogy
  • EDF4118 Social and environmental education
  • EDF4119 The world of Jewish education

Elective curriculum units

  • EDF4510 Connecting curriculum
  • EDF4511 ESL in content areas
  • EDF4512 Gifted education
  • EDF4513 Indigenous and traditional education in a global world
  • EDF4514 Vocational and workplace learning

Curriculum specialism units

Students select two of the following curriculum specialism units. Students are advised to check the prerequisites for their specialism units before selecting their core curriculum units:

  • EDF4401 Accounting education
  • EDF4402 Biology education
  • EDF4403 Chemistry education
  • EDF4404 Drama education
  • EDF4405 Economics education
  • EDF4406 English education
  • EDF4407 Geography education
  • EDF4408 History education
  • EDF4409 Health education
  • EDF4410 Information technology / Computing education
  • EDF4411 Languages other than English (LOTE) education - 1
  • EDF4412 Languages other than English (LOTE) education - 2
  • EDF4413 Legal studies education
  • EDF4415 Mathematics education
  • EDF4416 Media education
  • EDF4417 Music education - 1
  • EDF4418 Music education - 2
  • EDF4419 Physics education
  • EDF4420 Science education
  • EDF4421 Social education
  • EDF4422 Outdoor education
  • EDF4423 Physical education
  • EDF4425 Visual art education - 1
  • EDF4426 Visual art education - 2
  • EDF4427 Business management education
  • EDF4428 Jewish studies education
  • EDF4429 English as a second language (ESL) education

Please note the following:

(i.) some curriculum specialism units may only be available in off-campus mode every second year.

(ii.) the availability of any of the curriculum specialism units from year to year is dependent on the faculty's ability to provide appropriate tutorial assistance, supervision and teaching practice facilities.

Replaces:

  • EDF5810 Depth study 1
  • EDF5811 Depth study 2

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

0029 Doctor of Philosophy - BUSECO

Requirements

The following unit:

  • BEX6100 Advanced quantitative research methods

Replaces:

  • BEX6400 Advanced quantitative research methods

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2932 Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Neuropsychology

Requirements, Coursework, Second year

The following unit added:

  • DPSY6105 Psychopharmacology

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

2116 Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology - MNHS

Requirements, Coursework, Advanced clinical psychology option

The following text:

Full year

  • DPSY7131 Advanced clinical psychology: General

Semester one

  • DPSY7111 Advanced clinical psychology: Forensic/legal
  • DPSY7141 Advanced clinical psychology: Child, adolescent and family, Part 1

Replaces:

Semester one

  • DPSY7111 Advanced clinical psychology: forensic/legal
  • DPSY7131 Advanced Clinical Psychology: Child, adolescent and family, Part 1
  • DPSY7141 Advanced clinical psychology: general

Semester two

  • DPSY7111 Advanced clinical psychology: forensic/legal

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

AREAS OF STUDY


Undergraduate

Accounting - BUSECO

Relevant courses, double degrees

The following text:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual and Media Arts

Replaces:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual Arts

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Applications development - IT

Sequence requirements

The following unit:

  • FIT2071 Foundations of C++

Replaces:

  • FIT2071 Algorithms and data structures with C++

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Archeology and ancient history - ARTS

Units offered, second/third-year level, list B

The following text deleted:

  • ATS2543/ATS3543 Archaeology of Indigenous Australia
  • ATS2544/ATS3544 Archaeological field and laboratory methods

The following text inserted:

  • ATS3543 Archaeology of Indigenous Australia
  • ATS3544 Archaeological field and laboratory methods

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Biochemistry and molecular biology - SCI

Sequence requirements, Major sequence in biochemistry and molecular biology

The following text:

  • a minor sequence in molecular biology

Replaces:

  • BIO1011 and BIO1022, or CHM1011 and CHM1022, or CHM1031 and CHM1042
  • MOL2011 and MOL2022

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Bioethics - ARTS

Offering school/s

The following text inserted:

Centre for Human Bioethics. 

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Business law and taxation - BUSECO

Units

The following unit:

  • BTX3130 Stock exchange and derivatives law

Replaces:

  • BTC3130 Stock exchange and derivatives law

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Chinese language - ARTS

Description, Intensive in-country Chinese program (summer semester)

The following text:

In addition to the twelve compulsory language units, elective units are also offered in the Chinese translation stream.

Replaces:

In addition to the six compulsory language streams, elective units are also offered in the Chinese translation stream and Chinese professional language internship.

Units, Language study abroad units

The following text:

  • ATS2131 LCL Language study abroad 2A
  • ATS2132 LCL Language study abroad 2B
  • ATS2133 LCL Language study abroad 2C (12 points)
  • ATS2134 LCL Language study abroad 2D (12 points)
  • ATS3131 LCL Language study abroad 3A
  • ATS3132 LCL Language study abroad 3B
  • ATS3133 LCL Language study abroad 3C (12 points)
  • ATS3134 LCL Language study abroad 3D (12 points)

Replaces:

  • ATS2131 - LCL Language Study Abroad 2A - 6 pts
  • ATS2134 - LCL Language Study Abroad 2D - 12
  • ATS2132 - LCL Language Study Abroad 2B -  6
  • ATS3131 - LCL Language Study Abroad 3A -  6
  • ATS2133 - LCL Language Study Abroad 2C - 12
  • ATS3133 - LCL Language Study Abroad 3C - 12
  • ATS3134 - LCL Language Study Abroad 3D - 12
  • ATS3132 - LCL Language Study Abroad 3B - 6
  • ATS4132 - LCL Language Study Abroad 2 (Honours)
  • ATS4131 - LCL Language Study Abroad 1 (Honours)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Chinese translation - ARTS

Units offered

The following text:

  • ATS2015/ATS3015 Chinese translation 1
  • ATS2016/ATS3016 Chinese translation 2

Replaces:

  • ATS2015 Chinese translation 1
  • ATS2016 Chinese translation 2

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Criminology - ARTS

Units offered, second/third-year level

The following text inserted:

  • ATS2356/ATS3356 Indigenous legal issues
  • ATS2398/ATS3398 The criminal mind
  • ATS2465/ATS3465 Crime and human rights in a global era (Prato)
  • ATS2937/ATS3937 Contemporary issues in Italian criminal justice (Prato)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Developmental biology - SCI

Sequence requirements, Major sequence in developmental biology

The following text:

  • BIO1011 and BIO1022
  • DEV2011 and DEV2022
  • DEV3011, DEV3022 and any two of DEV3032, DEV3990, BCH3021*, GEN3030*

Note: MOL2011 is a recommended unit for all level three DEV units.

* This unit has compulsory level one and/or level two prerequisites that will need to be taken in addition to the level one and two units listed above.

Replaces:

  • BIO1011 and BIO1022
  • DEV2011 and DEV2022
  • DEV3011, DEV3022 and any two of DEV3032, DEV3990, BCH3021, GEN3030

Note: MOL2011 is a recommended unit for all level three DEV units.

Additional information, Level three

The following text inserted:

BCH3021 and GEN3030 have additional prerequisites at level one and/or level two which are not part of the major sequence in developmental biology.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Economics - BUSECO

Relevant courses, double degrees

The following text:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual and Media Arts

Replaces:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual Arts

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Units offered

The following text:

(a) The following six units (36 points)

Replaces:

(a) The following four units (24 points):

The following text inserted:

  • ECF3121 Economics of international trade
  • ECX3900 Business, competition and regulation
  • ECF3120 Consumer economics

The following text deleted:

  • ECF3121 Economics of international trade
  • ECF3120 Consumer economics
  • ECF3143 Economics of money and banking
  • ECX3900 Business, competition and regulation

(c) two units from the following list (12 points):

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Education - Sport and outdoor recreation - EDU

Description

The following text:

  • Bachelor of Business

Replaces:

  • Bachelor of Business and Commerce

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Games development - IT

Sequence requirements

The following unit:

  • FIT2071 Foundations of C++

Replaces:

  • FIT2071 Algorithms and data structures with C++

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Genetics - SCI

Sequence requirements

The following text inserted:

* This unit has compulsory level-two prerequisites that will need to be taken in addition to the level two units that are part of this sequence.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Human resource management - BUSECO

Relevant courses, double degrees

The following text:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual and Media Arts

Replaces:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual Arts

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Immunology - SCI

Sequence requirements, double major sequence in immunology and microbiology

The following text:

* Note: DEV2022 and MOL2011 are prerequisites for HUP3011; DEV2011 is a prerequisite for DEV2022; and IMM2011 is a prerequisite for IMM2022.

Replaces:

* Note: MOL2011 is a prerequisite for HUP3011; DEV2011 is a prerequisite for DEV2022; and IMM2011 is a prerequisite for IMM2022.

Sequence requirements, Major sequence in immunology

The following text:

  • BIO1022 and one of CHM1011, CHM1031, or CHM1022
  • IMM2011 and one of BCH2011, BCH2022, GEN2041, MIC2011, MIC2022, MOL2011, MOL2022, or PHY2021
  • IMM3031, IMM3042, IMM3051 and one of IMM3062 or IMM3990

Replaces:

  • BIO1022 and one of CHM1011, CHM1031, or CHM1022
  • IMM2011 and one of BCH2011, BCH2022, GEN2041, MIC2011, or MIC2022
  • MOL2011, MOL2022, or PHY2021
  • IMM3031, IMM3042, IMM3051 and one of IMM3062 or IMM3990

Effective date of change: 1.11.2011

International business - ARTS

Units offered

The following text inserted:

Bachelor of Business

To complete the international business major in the Bachelor of Business, students must complete the following eight units:

  • AFF2341 International financial management
  • BTF3201 International trade law
  • ECF2721 Trade finance and foreign exchange
  • MGF2600 Cross cultural communication and negotiation
  • MGF3681 International management
  • MGF3800 International business strategy
  • MKF3531 International marketing

Relevant courses

The following text inserted:

  • 3806 Bachelor of Business

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Japanese studies - ARTS

Units offered, second/third-year level

The following text deleted:

  • ATS2381/ATS3381 Global change and changing identities in Asia
  • ATS2383/ATS3383 Story-telling in Asia: Ancient and modern
  • ATS2384/ATS3384 Women in Asia: Gender, tradition and modernity
  • ATS2650/ATS3650 Touring Japanese culture

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Jewish civilisation - ARTS

Units offered

The following text:

  • ATS3284 Final journey: Remembering the Holocaust (overseas)
    ATS3287 War and peace: Models of conflict resolution (overseas)

Replaces:

  • ATS3284 Final journey: Remembering the Holocaust
  • ATS3287 Israelis and Palestinians between war and peace (overseas)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Journalism - ARTS

Units offered, Berwick, Gippsland and off-campus learning, elective units

The following text inserted:

  • ATS2896/ATS3896 Photojournalism

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Literary studies - ARTS

Units, Second/Third-year level, Elective units

The following text:

  • ATS2915 The roots of fantasy: Fables, fairy tales and imaginary voyages

Replaces:

  • ATS2915 Origins of fantasy

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Management - BUSECO

Relevant courses, double degrees

The following text:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual and Media Arts

Replaces:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual Arts

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Finance and macroeconomics - BUSECO

Relevant courses, double degrees

The following text:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual and Media Arts

Replaces:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual Arts

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Geographical science - SCI

Sequence requirements

The following text deleted:

Minor sequence in soil science (24 points)

  • one of CHM1011 or CHM1031
  • ATS2774 and ENV2747
  • ATS3788

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011 

Marketing - BUSECO

Relevant courses, double degrees

The following text:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual and Media Arts

Replaces:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual Arts

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Materials science - SCI

Units, level one

The following text:

  • ENG1050 Engineering materials

Replaces:

  • MSC1010 Structural and functional materials

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Sequence requirements, minor sequence in materials science

The following text:

  • two of ENG1050, PHS1011 (or PHS1080), PHS1022, CHM1011 or CHM1022
  • MTE2541 and MTE2542

Replaces:

  • two of MSC1010, PHS1011 (or PHS1080), PHS1022, CHM1011 or CHM1022
  • MTE2541 and MTE2542

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Mathematics and statistics - SCI

Sequence requirements, additional information, level three

The following text deleted:

The astrophysics and atmospheric science units given by the school, ASP3012, ASP3051, ATM3040 and ATM3050 can also be taken as part of any mathematics sequence at level three.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Microbiology (Clayton) - SCI

Sequence requirements

The following text inserted:

* This unit has compulsory level two prerequisites that will need to be taken in addition to the level two units that are part of this sequence. Please refer to the Additional information for level two below.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Performance - ARTS

The following text:

  • ATS1351 Exploring performance
  • ATS1352 Production investigation I

Replaces:

  • ATS1351 Exploring performance
  • ATS1890 Dramaturgy I - Backgrounds

Note: the first-year performance sequence changed in 2012; students enrolled prior to 2012 can count ATS1351 and ATS1352 as their first-year sequence.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Philosophy - ARTS

Units offered, second/third-year level, Clayton

The following text inserted:

  • ATS2639/ATS3639 Poverty, ecology and international justice
  • ATS2837 Philosophy of Plato and Platonism
  • ATS2838 Introducing logic
  • ATS2839 Philosophy: Ethics
  • ATS2860/ATS3860 After the death of God: Continental philosophy of religion from Nietzsche to today
  • ATS2864/ATS3864 Making knowledge: Modern scientific controversies
  • ATS2865 Language, truth and power
  • ATS2867 Thinking about science
  • ATS2868/ATS3868 Philosophy: Issues in political theory
  • ATS2869/ATS3869 Political philosophy
  • ATS3874 Philosophy of Aristotle and Aristotelianism
  • ATS3879 Philosophy of language
  • ATS3882 Philosophy: Metaphysics
  • ATS3883 Issues in logical theory
  • ATS3884 Philosophy: Themes from Hume and Leibniz

The following text deleted:

  • ATS2839 Philosophy: Ethics
  • ATS2849 The philosophy of equality and difference
  • ATS3875 The moral psychology of evil

Units offered, second/third year, Caulfield, off-campus learning, South Africa

The following text deleted:

Caulfield

  • ATS2637/ATS3637 The human body and the international marketplace
  • ATS2640/ATS3640 The ethics of global conflict
  • ATS2839 Philosophy: Ethics
  • ATS2840/ATS3881 Philosophy of mind
  • ATS2861 Philosophy: God, freedom and evil
  • ATS2870/ATS3870 Philosophy of religion
  • ATS2871/ATS3871 Environmental ethics
  • ATS2872/ATS3872 Karma, self and liberation: Buddhist and Hindu perspectives

Off-campus learning

  • ATS2839 Philosophy: Ethics
  • ATS2840/ATS3881 Philosophy of mind
  • ATS2861 Philosophy: God, freedom and evil
  • ATS2867 Thinking about science
  • ATS2870/ATS3870 Philosophy of religion
  • ATS2872/ATS3872 Karma, self and liberation: Buddhist and Hindu perspectives
  • ATS3884 Philosophy: Themes from Hume and Leibniz
  • ATS3885 Philosophy: Stoic and Epicurean thought

South Africa

  • ATS2640/ATS3640 The ethics of global conflict
  • ATS2839 Philosophy: Ethics
  • ATS2868/ATS3868 Philosophy: Issues in political theory
  • ATS2869/ATS3869 Political philosophyATS2871/ATS3871 Environmental ethics
  • ATS3885 Philosophy: Stoic and Epicurean thought

(Philosophy units are not being offered anywhere but Clayton Campus in 2012)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011 

Plant sciences - SCI

Units, level three

The following text deleted:

  • BIO3610 Plant and cellular biotechnology

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Sequence requirements, major sequence in plant sciences

The following text deleted:

  • BIO3610

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Sequence requirements, additional information, level three

The following text deleted:

  • BIO3610

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Psychology - ARTS

Units, Second/Third-year level, APAC-accredited psychology major

The following text:

Students completing the APAC-accredited major in psychology are to refer to the Faculty of Medicine Psychology areas of study page http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/handbooks/aos/psychology/ug-med-psychology.html.

Replaces:

Students completing the APAC-accredited major in psychology must have completed the first-year sequence and complete a further eight of the following units (48 points), including all compulsory units. A minimum of three units must be taken at third year level.

Compulsory units

  • PSY2031 Developmental and biological psychology
  • PSY2051 Research design and analysis
  • PSY2042 Cognitive and social psychology
  • PSY3041 Psychological testing, theories of ability and ethics
  • PSY3051 Perception and personality
  • PSY3032 Abnormal psychology
  • PSY3062 Research methods and theory

Elective units

  • PSY2112 Organisational psychology
  • PSY3120 Introduction to counselling
  • PSY3130 Health psychology
  • PSY3160 Psychology of language
  • PSY3180 Human neuropsychology
  • PSY3190 Addiction studies
  • PSY3230 Psychological foundations of law

Note: electives offered may vary from year to year depending on staff availability. Some third-year electives may be undertaken at second-year providing pre- and co-requisites are met. Students should check unit pre- and co-requisites when planning their enrolment.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Psychology - BUSECO

Units, Bachelor of Business (Psychology)

The following text:

(a.) The following nine units (54 points):

  • PSY1011 Psychology 1A
  • PSY1022 Psychology 1B
  • PSY2031 Developmental and biological psychology
  • PSY2042 Cognitive and social psychology
  • PSY2051 Research design and analysis
  • PSY3032 Abnormal psychology
  • PSY3041 Psychological testing, theories of ability and ethics
  • PSY3051 Perception and personality
  • PSY3062 Research methods and theory

(b.) one unit from the following list:

  • PSY2112 Organisational psychology
  • PSY3120 Introduction to counselling
  • PSY3130 Health psychology
  • PSY3150 Contemporary social psychology
  • PSY3160 Psychology of language
  • PSY3170 Decision making in professional settings
  • PSY3180 Human neuropsychology: developmental and neurodegenerative disorders
  • PSY3190 Addiction studies

Replaces:

The following ten units (60 points):

  • PSY1011 Psychology 1A
  • PSY1022 Psychology 1B
  • PSY2031 Developmental and biological psychology
  • PSY2042 Cognitive and social psychology
  • PSY2051 Research design and analysis
  • PSY2112 Organisational psychology
  • PSY3032 Abnormal psychology
  • PSY3041 Psychological testing, theories of ability and ethics
  • PSY3051 Perception and personality
  • PSY3062 Research methods and theory

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Psychology - SCI

Description

Deleted (from the list of courses in which the 60-point accredited major sequence may be taken):

  • 2341 Bachelor of Behavioural Neuroscience

Units

Level two

Deleted elective unit:

  • PSY2002 Organisational pyschology

Level three

The following list of elective units:

  • BNS3052 Drugs, brain and altered awareness
  • BNS3062 Imaging and brain disorders
  • PSY3180 Human neuropsychology: Developmental and neurodegenerative disorders
  • PSY3190 Addiction studies
  • PSY3230 Psychological foundations of law
  • PSY3240 Psychology of music
  • PSY3250 Positive psychology
  • PSY3270 Neuroscience of cognition and behaviour

Replaces:

  • PSY3120 Introduction to counselling
  • PSY3130 Health psychology
  • PSY3160 Psychology of language
  • PSY3180 Human neuropsychology: Developmental and neurodegenerative disorders
  • PSY3190 Addiction studies
  • PSY3220 Philosophical and theoretical psychology
  • PSY3230 Psychological foundations of law
  • PSY3240 Psychology of music
  • PSY3250 Positive psychology

Sequence requirements

Minor sequence in psychology (24 points)

Deleted:

  • or PSY2112

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Quantitative economics - BUSECO

Units offered

The following text inserted:

All students complete the requirements as outlined below in the degree in which they are enrolled.

Bachelor of Business

To complete the international business major in the Bachelor of Business students must complete the following eight units:

  • ETX1100 Business statistics
  • ECF1200 Macroeconomics
  • ECF2331 Macroeconomic and monetary policy
  • ECF2731 Managerial economics
  • ECF3121 Economics of international trade
  • ECX3900 Business, competition and regulation
  • ETF2100 Introductory economics
  • ETF3200 Applied Econometrics

Relevant courses

The following text inserted:

  • 3806 Bachelor of Business

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Religion and theology - ARTS

Units offered, first-year level

The following text deleted:

  • ATS1268 Introductory ancient Greek A/1
  • ATS1270 Introductory ancient Greek B/1

Units offered, second/third-year level

The following text deleted:

  • ATS2601/ATS3601 Cults and the end of time: A history of millenarian discourse
  • ATS2710/ATS3710 Principles of Christian theology
  • ATS2711/ATS3711 Reforming theologies: Reforming societies
  • ATS2712/ATS3712 The religious quest: Eastern faith and illumination

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Zoology - SCI

Units, level three

The following text deleted:

  • BIO3610 Plant and cellular technology

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Honours

Accounting - honours - ARTS

Relevant courses, double degrees

The following text:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual and Media Arts

Replaces:

  • 3832 Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Visual Arts

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Anthropology - ARTS

Units, Thesis Units

The following text:

  • ATS4923 PSI Honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 PSI Honours thesis A and ATS4926 PSI Honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Replaces:

  • ATS4923 Political and social inquiry honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 Political and social inquiry honours thesis A and ATS4926 Political and social inquiry honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Australian Indigineous studies - ARTS

Units, Clayton, Thesis

The following text:

Students complete one of the following options:

  • ATS4370 JAIS Honours thesis (24 points)

OR

  • ATS4371 JAIS Honours thesis A (12points)
  • ATS4372 JAIS Honours thesis B (12 points)

Replaces:

Students complete the following two units:

  • ATS4681 MIC honours dissertation part 1
  • ATS4682 MIC honours dissertation part 2

Units, Clayton, Coursework units

The following text:

Students complete two units as follows:

Compulsory unit:

  • ATS4375 JAIS Honours research seminar

And one of the following units:

  • ATS4373 JAIS Honours professional project
  • ATS4374 JAIS Honours specialist seminar

Replaces:

Students complete the following two units:

  • ATS4680 Theories and research methodologies in Australian Indigenous studies
  • ATS4683 Interrogating race and power in Australian Indigenous studies

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Behavioural studies - ARTS

Units, Thesis

The following text:

  • ATS4923 PSI honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 PSI honours thesis A and ATS4926 PSI honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Replaces:

  • ATS4923 Political and social inquiry honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 Political and social inquiry honours thesis A and ATS4926 Political and social inquiry honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Chinese studies - ARTS

Units, Thesis

The following text:

  • ATS4460 LCL Honours thesis (24 points)
  • ATS4461 LCL Honours thesis part 1 (12 points) and ATS4462 LCL Honours thesis part 2 (12 points)

NB: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation (http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/lcl/honours/guidelines.php#translation).

Replaces:

  • ATS4047 Chinese dissertation
  • ATS4048 Chinese dissertation part 1 and ATS4049 Chinese dissertation part 2

Units, Coursework units

The following text:

Plus an additional 12 points from the following units:

  • ATS4137 LCL Special reading unit 1 (Honours) (12 points)
  • one 12-point or two 6-point coursework unit/s to be approved by the supervisor

Option two

  • ATS4131 LCL Language study abroad 1 (Honours) (24 points)

Replaces:

  •  one 12-point coursework unit

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Classical studies - ARTS

Units offered, coursework units

The following text inserted:

  • ATS4137 LCL Special reading unit 1 (Honours) (12 points)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Communications - ARTS

Units, South Africa, Coursework units

The following text:

  • ATS4450 Researching for social sciences and humanities
  • ATS4721 Industry applied practice

Replaces:

  • ATS4720 Communication research: Issues and methodology
  • ATS4721 Communications and cultural studies applied: Industry practice

Units, Sunway, Coursework units

The following text:

  • ATS4721 Industry applied practice

Replaces:

  • ATS4721 Communications and cultural studies applied: Industry practice

Relevant Courses

The following text inserted:

  • 4087 Honours degree of Bachelor of Social Science

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Criminology - ARTS

Units, Thesis

The following text:

  • ATS4923 PSI honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 PSI honours thesis A and ATS4926 PSI honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Replaces:

  • ATS4923 Political and social inquiry honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 Political and social inquiry honours thesis A and ATS4926 Political and Social Inquiry honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Film and television studies - ARTS

Units offered, elective units

The following text:

  • APG4279 Historical film theory and criticism
  • APG4280 Contemporary film theory and criticism

Replaces:

  • ATS4279 Historical film theory and criticism

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Gender studies - ARTS

Units, Thesis

The following text:

  • ATS4923 PSI Honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 PSI Honours thesis A and ATS4926 PSI Honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Replaces:

  • ATS4923 Political and social inquiry honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 Political and social inquiry honours thesis A and ATS4926 Political and social inquiry honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Geography and environmental science - ARTS

Units

The following text inserted:

Clayton

Offered by the School of Geography and Environmental Science

The following text inserted:

South Africa

Offered by the School of Social Science

Thesis

Students complete the following two units:

  • ATS4778 Geography honours thesis part 1
  • ATS4779 Geography honours thesis part 2

Coursework units

Students complete the following two units:

  • ATS4776 Seminar in geography and environmental science
  • ATS4450 Researching for social sciences and humanities 

Relevant Courses

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  • 4087 Honours degree of Bachelor of Social Science

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

German studies - ARTS

Units offered, thesis

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Note: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the 'Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation'.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Indonesian studies - ARTS

Units offered, thesis

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Note: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the 'Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation'.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

International studies - ARTS

Units

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Clayton

Offered by the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies

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South Africa and Sunway

Offered by the School of Social Science and the School of Arts and Social Sciences

Thesis

Students complete the following two units:

  • ATS4808 International studies dissertation part 1
  • ATS4809 International studies dissertation part 2

Coursework units

Students complete the following two units:

  • ATS4315 Civilising global politics
  • ATS4810 Global justice: Civil and human rights after 1945

Relevant Courses

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  • 4087 Honours degree of Bachelor of Social Science

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Italian studies - ARTS

Units offered, thesis

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Note: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the 'Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation'.

Effectice date of change: 1.10.2011

Japanese studies - ARTS

Units offered, thesis

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Note: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the 'Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation'.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Journalism - ARTS

Units, Caulfield, Off-campus, Thesis

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Students complete one of the following options:

  • ATS4370 JAIS Honours thesis (24 points)

OR

  • ATS4371 JAIS Honours thesis A
  • ATS4372 JAIS Honours thesis B

Replaces:

Students complete the following two units:

  • ATS4812 Journalism dissertation part 1
  • ATS4813 Journalism dissertation part 2

Units, Caulfield, Off-campus, Coursework units

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Students complete two units as follows:

Compulsory unit:

  • ATS4375 JAIS Honours research seminar

And one of the following units:

  • ATS4373 JAIS Honours professional project
  • ATS4374 JAIS Honours specialist seminar

Replaces:

Students complete the following two units:

  • ATS4811 Journalism studies research seminar
  • ATS4814 Advanced journalism project

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Korean studies - ARTS

Units offered, thesis

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Note: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the 'Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation'.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Music - ARTS

Units offered

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Students complete units from the following streams:

Musicology and Ethnomusicology

  • ATS4451 Music honours thesis A
  • AATS4452 Music honours thesis B

Composition

  • ATS4838 Special project: Composition and music technology part 1
  • ATS4839 Composition and music technology part 2

Performance

  • ATS4831 Music special project: Practical study part 1
  • ATS4832 Music special project: Practical study part 2

Coursework units

Students complete the following unit:

  • APG4789 Research methods in music

Replaces:

Thesis

Students complete the following units:

  • ATS4451 Music honours thesis A
  • ATS4452 Music honours thesis B

Coursework units

Students complete the following unit:

  • APG4833 Research methods

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Politics - ARTS

Units, Clayton, Offered by the School of Political and Social inquiry

Thesis

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  • ATS4923 PSI Honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 PSI Honours thesis A and ATS4926 PSI Honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Replaces:

  • ATS4923 Political and social inquiry honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 Political and social inquiry honours thesis A and ATS4926 Political and social inquiry honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Coursework units

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  • ATS4001 The fall of the Australian prime ministers

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Psychology - ARTS

Relevant courses

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4087 Honours degree of Bachelor of Social Science

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Slavic studies - ARTS

Units offered, thesis

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Note: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the 'Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation'.

Coursework units

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  • ATS4770 Special reading course (European and European Union studies ) * (12 points)
  • APG4813 Introduction to translation studies (12 points)
  • * Permission is required to take this unit.

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Sociology - ARTS

Units, Caulfield and Clayton, Thesis

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  • ATS4923 PSI Honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 PSI Honours thesis A and ATS4926 PSI Honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Replaces:

  • ATS4923 Political and social inquiry honours thesis (full-time candidates)
  • ATS4925 Political and social inquiry honours thesis A and ATS4926 Political and social inquiry honours thesis B (part-time candidates)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Spanish and Latin American studies - ARTS

Units offered, thesis

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Note: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the 'Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation'.

Coursework units

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  • ATS4200 Spanish studies 10 (12 points)
  • ATS4210 Latin American studies in culture and power (12 points)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Translation studies - ARTS

Units offered

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It is strongly recommended that students who wish to do a translation project enrol in the following 12-point unit as part of their honours coursework.

  • APG4813 Introduction to translation studies

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Ukrainian studies - ARTS

Units offered, thesis

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Note: Students may undertake a translation studies project as their honours dissertation for 24 points. For more information, please consult the 'Guidelines for a Translation Project as an Honours Dissertation'.

Coursework units

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  • A 12-point fourth-year level unit from a relevant discipline, chosen in consultation with the supervisor

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Postgraduate

Bioethics - ARTS

Offering school/s

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Centre for Human Bioethics. 

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Commercial law - LAW

Units offered

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  • LAW7251 Negotiation and mediation skills
  • LAW7278 Comparative competition law
  • LAW7312 Advanced negotiation and mediation skills

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Environment and sustainability - ARTS

Relevant Corses:

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  • 3783 Master of Sustainability

Replaces:

  • 3783 Master of Environment and Sustainability

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

History - ARTS

Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Research), units offered, elective units

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  • APG4625 Research methods in biography and life writing

Master of Arts by Research and Coursework, units offered, units

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  • APG5625 Research methods in biography and life writing

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Jewish civilisation - ARTS

Relevant courses

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  • 3077 Master of Applied History

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  • 3946 Master of Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Law and responsible business - BUSECO

Units

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Six units (36 points) from the following list:

  • BTX5000 Corporate governance
  • BTX5100 Corporate environmental responsibility
  • BTX5150 Law of marketing
  • BTX5841 Human resources management law
  • BTX9030 Law and business decisions
  • BTX9040 Law and global business decisions
  • BTX9651 Taxation law

Replaces:

The following six units (36 points):

  • BTX5000 Corporate governance
  • BTX5100 Corporate environmental responsibility
  • BTX5150 Law of marketing
  • BTX5841 Human resources management law
  • BTX9040 Law and global business decisions
  • BTX9651 Taxation law

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Library, archival and recordkeeping systems - FIT

Units

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To qualify for a postgraduate award in business information systems with a specialisation in library, archival and recordkeeping systems students must complete any four of the units outlined below:

  • FIT5087 Archival systems
  • FIT5090 Social informatics
  • FIT5104 Professional practice*
  • FIT5105 Information access
  • FIT5106 Information organisation
  • FIT5107 Managing business records

Replaces:

To qualify for an award with a specialisation in library, archival and recordkeeping systems students complete the units outlined below:

  • FIT5090 Social informatics
  • FIT5104 Professional practice*

plus two of the following:

  • FIT5087 Archival systems
  • FIT5105 Information access
  • FIT5106 Information organisation
  • FIT5107 Managing business records

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Public history - ARTS

Relevant courses

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  • 3076 Graduate Diploma in Public History

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  • 3077 Master of Applied History

Replaces:

  • 3077 Master of Public History

 Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Publishing and editing - ARTS

Relevant courses

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  • 4011 Graduate Certificate in Professional Editing
  • 3752 Graduate Certificate in Publishing and Editing
  • 1357 Graduate Diploma in Publishing and Editing

Units offered

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Offered by the National Centre for Australian Studies, within the School of Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies

Students complete a thesis (48 credit points) and coursework units (24 points).

Coursework units

Students complete 24 points from the following:

Replaces:

Offered by the National Centre for Australian Studies, within the School of Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies

Units

Students complete 48 points from the following:

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011

Spanish and Latin American studies - ARTS

Units

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Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Research)
Students complete one of the following (48 points):

  • two coursework honours units and a 24-point thesis
  • three coursework honours units and a 12-point thesis

Coursework units and the thesis topic are chosen in consultation with the Spanish and Latin American studies postgraduate coordinator.

See Spanish and Latin America Honours page http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/handbooks/aos/spanish-and-latin-american-studies/hons-arts-spanish-and-latin-american-studies.html

Relevant courses

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  • 3937 Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Research)

Effective date of change: 1.10.2011