2020 Change register

About this change register

Below, you'll find authorised changes (if any) to course entries, minors, majors, specialisations, research areas and unit entries in the 2020 Handbook.

Changes are recorded as a note in the relevant entry and supersede any previously published information in the Handbook. The notes must be read in conjunction with the corresponding Handbook entry.

Entries in this change register

Courses, minors, majors, specialisations, research areas and units are listed under the relevant level heading in alphabetical order.

Courses

A2001 - Bachelor of Global Studies

Requirements

Part A. Leadership, culture and globalisation

Level 3 unit (12 credit points)

The following text was added:

Note: Students who commenced the program in 2020 and 2021 will need to complete an additional third year elective in their chosen specialisation as ATS3111 and ATS3938 will change to 6 credit points in 2022.

A2010 - Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics

Requirements

Part A. Analysis, Strategy and Leadership  (24 credit points)

The following note was added:

Note: Students who commenced the program in 2020 will need to complete an additional third year elective in their chosen specialisation as ATS3263 is not available as a PPE unit.

B6017 - Global Executive Master of Business Administration

Requirements

The following requirements were replaced:

Module 1. Foundation (24 credit points)

You must complete:

  • MBA5221 Global executive MBA foundation I
  • MBA5222 Global executive MBA foundation II

Module 2. Globalisation (24 credit points)

You must complete:

  • MBA5223 Global executive MBA globalisation I
  • MBA5224 Global executive MBA globalisation II

Module 3. Innovation (24 credit points)

You must complete:

  • MBA5225 Global executive MBA innovation I
  • MBA5226 Global executive MBA innovation II

Module 4. Transformation (24 credit points)

You must complete:

  • MBA5227 Global executive MBA transformation I
  • MBA5228 Global executive MBA transformation II

E3001 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Award

The following awards:

Bachelor of Resources and Mining Engineering (Honours)
Bachelor of Resources and Renewable Energy Engineering (Honours)

Replace:

Bachelor of Resources Engineering (Honours)

Specialisations

The following specialisation descriptions:

Resources and mining engineering

Availability: Clayton

Resources and mining engineers design and implement systems that supply the natural resources required for modern industry and society. This includes both physical (eg. minerals, metals and other commodities) and energy resources (eg. solar, wind, hydropower and geothermal resources). You will obtain knowledge in your chosen stream, along with highly transferable leadership, project management and communication skills.

Resources and renewable energy engineering

Availability: Clayton

Resources and renewable energy engineers design and implement systems that supply the natural resources required for modern industry and society. This includes both physical (eg. minerals, metals and other commodities) and energy resources (eg. solar, wind, hydropower and geothermal resources). You will obtain knowledge in your chosen stream, along with highly transferable leadership, project management and communication skills.

Replace:

Resources engineering

Availability: Clayton

Resources engineers design and implement systems that supply the natural resources required for modern industry and society. This includes both physical (eg. minerals, metals and other commodities) and energy resources (eg. solar, wind, hydropower and geothermal resources). Resources engineering encompasses the fields of mining engineering and renewable energy engineering. You will obtain knowledge in your chosen stream, along with highly transferable leadership, project management and communication skills.

Engineering specialisations (144 points)

Parts C, D. Engineering specialisation knowledge, application and practice (108 points), and electives (36 points)

The following specialisations:

  • Resources and mining engineering
  • Resources and renewable energy engineering

Replace:

  • Resources engineering

E3008 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science

Parts C and D. Chemical engineering specialisation knowledge, application and professional practice

CHE4171 Biochemical engineering replaces CHE2166 Introduction to process simulation

CHE4181 Chemical engineering project A and CHE4182 Chemical engineering project B replace CHE4180 Chemical engineering project

E6011 - Master of Professional Engineering

Part A. Engineering specialisation knowledge and application  (48 points)

Chemical engineering

In the Engineering science stream, Food engineering stream and Bioprocessing engineering stream: ENG5105 Integrated design replaces CHE5105 Integrated design.

For the Engineering design stream: ENG5106 Integrated design project (12 points) replaces CHE5106 Integrated design project (12 points).

Civil engineering

ENG5105 Integrated design replaces CIV5105 Integrated design.

CIV5899 Infrastructure information management replaces FIT5057 Project management.

Electrical engineering

ENG5105 Integrated design replaces ECE5105 Integrated design

Materials engineering

ENG5105 Integrated design replaces MTE5105 Integrated design

Mechanical engineering

ENG5105 Integrated design replaces MEC5105 Integrated design

Removed: MEC5106 Integrated design B

Added: MEC5882 Instrumentation, sensing and monitoring

M2017 - Bachelor of Radiation Sciences

Requirements

Specialisations - Radiation sciences (54 credit points)

Update:

Additional Radiation sciences unit

You must complete one of the following units:

  • FIT3180 Data management for health informatics
    or
  • BMS1042  Public health and preventive medicine

Areas of study

CHEMENG01 - Chemical engineering

Parts C and D. Chemical engineering knowledge, application and professional practice

The following core units:

  • CHE4181 Chemical engineering project A (6 credit points)
  • CHE4182 Chemical engineering project B (6 credit points)

Replace:

  • CHE4180 Chemical engineering project (12 points)

Integrated industrial training

The following text:

CHE4164 is integrated industrial training for select students in the first semester of their final year. Depending on placement location, you may have to overload a semester or extend an additional semester in order to complete the course. The unit is in place of three core units: CHE4161, CHE4181 and CHE4182.

Replaces:

CHE4164 is for selected students taking a period of integrated industrial training in the first semester of their final year. It will replace the two core units (CHE4180 and CHE4161).

PRISECHP01 - Primary and secondary health and physical education

The following text was removed:

Special course requirements

You must complete as part of your course requirements:

  • AUSTSWIM certificate or Swim Teacher's Certificate (ASCTA)
  • a First Aid certificate (minimum Level II).

Both certificates must be current at the time of course completion.

PRISECIE01 - Primary and secondary inclusive education

Fieldwork

The following text:

85 days of professional experience completed in primary and secondary schools and special education settings.

Replaces:

80 days of professional experience completed in primary and secondary schools and special education settings.

and before that

90 days of professional experience completed in primary and secondary schools and special education settings.

Part D. Professional experience (0 points)

The following unit:

  • EDF3082 Secondary professional experience 3A (0 points)

Replaces:

  • EDF3084 Secondary professional experience 3B (0 points)

The following unit:

  • EDF3087 Primary professional experience 3D (0 points)

Replaces:

  • EDF3088 Special education professional experience 3B (0 points)

The following unit was removed:

  • EDF2082 Primary professional experience 2C (0 points)

REMINING01 - Resources and mining engineering and RERNEWNG01 - Resources and renewable energy engineering

These specialisations replace the following Resources engineering specialisation:

Resources engineering

Resources engineers design and implement systems that supply the natural resources required for modern industry and society. This includes both physical (eg. minerals, metals and other commodities) and energy resources (eg. solar, wind, hydropower and geothermal resources). Resources engineering encompasses the fields of mining engineering and renewable energy engineering. You will obtain knowledge in your chosen stream, along with highly transferable leadership, project management and communication skills.

UnitsLevels 2, 3 and 4

Parts C, D. Resources engineering knowledge, application and practice (108 points)

Students complete:

  • CIV2206 Structural mechanics
  • CIV2242 Geomechanics 1
  • CIV2263 Water systems
  • EAE2511 Deep earth processes
  • ENG2005 Advanced engineering mathematics
  • RSE2010 Fixed plant engineering and project management
  • ENE4042 Environmental impact and risk assessment
  • CIV4210 Project A
  • CIV4211 Project B

You must choose one stream from the following:

Mining stream:
  • RSE3010 Mine geotechnical engineering
  • RSE3020 Resource estimation
  • RSE3030 Mine ventilation
  • RSE3040 Mining systems
  • RSE3060 Blasting and fragmentation
  • RSE4010 Mine planning and scheduling
  • RSE4020 Mine design and feasibility project
  • RSE4040 Mineral processing
  • RSE4120 Instrumentation, automation and asset management
Renewable energy stream:
  • ECE2131 Electrical circuits
  • ECE3051 Electrical energy systems
  • RSE3141 Solar energy
  • RSE3241 Hydropower
  • RSE3242 Geothermal energy
  • RSE3243 Bioenergy
  • ECE4053 Power system analysis
  • MEC4459 Wind engineering
  • RSE4050 Energy systems and design
Part E. Elective study (36 points)
  1. 12 points of electives at level 2 or 3 from one of the following options:
    • the remaining two units required to complete an engineering-approved minor from another faculty (if the first two units in the minor were completed at level 1)
    • level 2 or 3 units from the list of technical electives below
    • other electives chosen in consultation with the course adviser
  2. 24 points of level 3 and 4 units from the list of technical electives below
Mining stream technical electives
  • ATS2548 Environmental policy and management
  • CHE2163 Heat and mass transfer
  • EAE2522 Sediments and basins
  • ENE2021 Energy and the environment
  • MEC2405 Thermodynamics
  • CIV3204 Engineering investigation
  • CIV3247 Geomechanics 2
  • CIV3248 Groundwater and environmental geomechanics
  • CHE3163 Sustainable processing 1
  • ENG3101 Engineering education placement
  • CIV4248 Ground hazards engineering
  • CIV4268 Water resources management
  • CIV4288 Water treatment
  • CIV4249 Foundation engineering
  • MTE4593 Materials and sustainability
  • RSE4111 Numerical modelling
  • An approved engineering technical elective chosen in consultation with the course adviser
Renewable energy stream technical electives
  • ATS2548 Environmental policy and management
  • CHE2163 Heat and mass transfer
  • EAE2522 Sediments and basins
  • ENE2021 Energy and the environment
  • MEC2405 Thermodynamics
  • CIV3204 Engineering investigation
  • CIV3247 Geomechanics 2
  • CIV3248 Groundwater and environmental geomechanics
  • ENE3031 Building sustainability
  • ENE3032 Fate and transport of contaminants
  • ENE3606 The air environment
  • ENG3101 Engineering education placement
  • CIV4248 Ground hazards engineering
  • CIV4268 Water resources management
  • CIV4288 Water treatment
  • RSE4111 Numerical modelling
  • An approved engineering technical elective chosen in consultation with the course adviser

SCNDRYHP01 - Secondary health and physical education

The following text was removed:

Special course requirements

You must complete as part of your course requirements:

  • AUSTSWIM certificate or Swim Teacher's Certificate (ASCTA)
  • a First Aid certificate (minimum Level II).

Both certificates must be current at the time of course completion.

Units

MAP5003 - Essentials of advanced health care practice and research

Learning outcomes

First semester:

  1. Examine the roles and medico-legal responsibilities of advanced health care practitioners within their professional settings;
  2. Differentiate between ethical, inter-professional and cultural dimensions of professional behaviour;
  3. Examine the use of information and communication technology in advanced health care practice ;
  4. Review risk management strategies and plans for the prevention of adverse events;
  5. Apply benchmarking and patient experience studies to quality improvements;
  6. Apply principles of implementation science to lead change within health care practice;
  7. Apply evidence summaries and clinical practice guidelines to the review and implementation of complex health care interventions;
  8. Design an evaluation plan to investigate the outcomes and effectiveness of a complex health care intervention or practice;
  9. Design learner-centered educational activities appropriate to their practice setting.
Assessment

First semester:

  • Assessment task 1: iSAP (20%) (2000 words);
  • Assessment task 2: Case Study (15%) (2000 words);
  • Assessment task 3: Discussion Forum (10%) (1500 words);
  • Assessment task 4: Evidence Review (25%) (2500 words);
  • Assessment task 5: Learning & Teaching Plan (30%) (3000 words).

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