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Diploma of Health Sciences Course Outline Trimester 1 2019 Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus / Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Intake

March, June, October

CRICOS

059996G

Course Duration

The duration of the Diploma course is three trimesters (12 months). There is an option, however, to fast track the course and complete it in two trimesters (8 months).

Teaching Methods

Instruction for all units is classroom based. Generally, four hours of class contact per week are allocated to each unit. Some units have additional laboratory hours/practical classes.

Assessment

Assessment for all units is ongoing and continuous consisting of tests, assignments, case study analysis and other types of asessments. Most units have a final two-hour examination.

Course Structure Units

Eight units must be completed and passed to be awarded the Diploma. HBS107 Understanding Health HBS108 Health Information and Data HBS109 Human Structure and Function HBS110 Health Behaviour HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour  HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development  HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy  HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport  HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion  HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health  HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health  HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development SLE111 Cells and Genes ‡ SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience SLE123 Physics for Life Sciences SLE133 Chemistry in Our World ‡ SLE132 Biology: Form and Function ‡ SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences ‡ *

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 This unit may not be offered every trimester. ‡ All students who study these units must complete a Laboratory and Fieldwork Safety Induction Program (SLE010 for SLE111, SLE132, SLE133, SLE155 units), which is a compulsory safety training program (zero credit point unit). * You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences (Pre-requisite)

Students wishing to transfer to Bachelor of Biomedical Science must complete STP050 Academic Integrity (zero credit point unit). Transfer to Deakin University

The following transfer criteria apply: • You must complete and pass eight Deakin College Diploma of Health Sciences units. • You must achieve the required Weighted Average Mark (WAM) for your Deakin College diploma taking into account all units attempted at Deakin College (required WAM’s are included under each Deakin University degree on the following pages). * Transfer to some degrees requires specific Deakin College units to be completed in order to receive the appropriate credits (see Deakin University degrees below).

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Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd trading as Deakin College; ABN 11 074 633 668; CRICOS Provider Codes: Deakin College 01590J, Deakin University 00113B

Diploma of Health Sciences Example Course Plans for Students Example Course Plans for Students The following are a series of example course plans for students studying in the Diploma of Health Sciences. Please note that core and elective units can be taken in any order, except for Chemistry. In Chemistry SLE133 Chemistry in our World must be successfully completed before students enrol in SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences. The following course plans should be used as a guide only. How to use the Plans Students need to select or choose which Deakin University Course they wish to transfer into once they have completed their studies at Deakin College. Deakin University offers direct transfer into the following courses 

Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science

Bachelor of Nutrition Science

Bachelor of Health Sciences

Bachelor of Psychological Science

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) – Local Students only

Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion

Bachelor of Sport Development**

** Please note students transferring from Diploma of Health Sciences to the Bachelor of Sport Development will only receive 4 credit points Required 0 credit point units There are two zero credit point units offered in the Diploma of Health Science. They do not count towards your eight units undertaken as a part of your diploma and are offered at no cost. Trimester Trimester Trimester Subject Required for SLE010 Laboratory and Fieldwork safety unit STP050 Academic Integrity

Students should enrol in SLE010 if they are enrolling in SLE111, SLE132 or SLE133 Students should enrol in STP050 if they are planning to transfer into the Bachelor of Biomedical Science

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Subject Availability - Diploma of Health Sciences Burwood Subject Trimester 1 Trimester 2 2019 2019 HBS107 Understanding Health  

Trimester 3 2019 

HBS108 Health Information Data

HBS109 Human Structure and Function

HBS110 Health Behaviour

HSE102 Functional Anatomy

HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists HPS111 Psychology A

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HPS121 Psychology B

HSN101 Foundations of Food Nutrition and Health HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development HSH111 Public Health and Health Promotion HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health SLE133 Chemistry of our World

SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences SLE111 Cells and Genes

SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience

SLE132 Biology Form and Function

SLE123 Physics for the Life Sciences

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Subject Availability - Diploma of Health Sciences Waurn Ponds (Geelong) Subject Trimester 1 Trimester 2 2019 2019 HBS107 Understanding Health  

Trimester 2 2019 

HBS108 Health Information Data

HBS109 Human Structure and Function

HBS110 Health Behaviour

HSE102 Functional Anatomy

HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists HPS111 Psychology A

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HPS121 Psychology B

HSN101 Foundations of Food Nutrition and Health HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems **** (to be confirmed) HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development HSH111 Public Health and Health Promotion HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health SLE133 Chemistry of our World

SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences SLE111 Cells and Genes

SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience

SLE132 Biology Form and Function

SLE123 Physics for the Life Sciences

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Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd trading as Deakin College; ABN 11 074 633 668; CRICOS Provider Codes: Deakin College 01590J, Deakin University 00113B

When I transfer to Deakin University I want to study Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science (B, WP) Entry to Deakin University T1, T2 International Students WAM: Burwood (B) 50 Local/Australian Students WAM: Burwood (B) 50

Waurn Ponds (WP) 50 Waurn Ponds (WP) 50

Majors offered at Deakin University include (majors are optional) Exercise Physiology (B, WP)  Applied Sport Science (B, WP)  Physical Activity and Health (B, WP)  Sports Nutrition (B, WP) Sports Coaching (B, WP)  Strength and Conditioning (B, WP)  Psychology (B, WP)  Nutrition (B, WP)  Family Society and Health (B)  Health Promotion (B, WP)  Disability and Inclusion (B)  Master of Dietetics pre-requisite and Nutrition (B, WP)**** Fast Track (Completing In 8 months/2 trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Elective Trimester HSE111 Physical HBS109 HSE113 Human Activity and Human Growth, Exercise for Health Structure and Development and Function Aging for Exercise Scientists 2nd CORE CORE Elective Elective Trimester HSE104 HSE102 Research Methods Functional and Statistics in Anatomy Exercise and Sport Normal Track (Completing course in 12 months/ 3 Trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester HSE111 Physical HBS109 HSE113 Human Activity and Human Growth, Exercise for Health Structure and Development and Function Aging for Exercise Scientists nd 2 CORE CORE Elective Trimester HSE104 HSE102 Research Methods Functional and Statistics in Anatomy Exercise and Sport 3rd Elective Elective Trimester

*** Students wishing to apply for the Master of Dietetics must undertake an extra unit at Deakin University as a part of the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Nutrition which will be charged at full fee paying rate. See required elective units over page

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Electives Students wishing to major in the following areas should include the following subjects in their electives:  Sports Nutrition (B, WP) – HSN101 Foundation of Food Nutrition and Health  Master of Dietetics pre-requisite and Nutrition Major – SLE133 Chemistry in Our World, SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences, HSN101 Foundations of Food Nutrition and Health ***  Psychology (B, WP) – Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour, HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development  Nutrition (B, WP) - HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health  Health Promotion (B) – HBS110 Health Behaviour and HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion Other Electives can include any of the following:  HBS107 Understanding Health  HBS108 Health Information and Data  HBS110 Health Behaviour  HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour  HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development  HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion  HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health  HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health  HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems  HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development  SLE111 Cells and Genes*  SLE132 Biology: Form and Function*  SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience  SLE133 Chemistry in our World*  SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences**  SLE123 Physics for the life sciences * For SLE111, SLE132 & SLE133 you must complete SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety as a corequisite unit ** You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the professional sciences (Pre-requisite) Additional 1st Year Units to be taken at Deakin University All students will need to undertake HSE010 Exercise and Sport Laboratory Safety and HSE103 Essentials of Exercise Delivery at Deakin University.

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Students wishing to undertake the majors listed below will need to complete additional units Major Additional Units Applied Sports Science (B, WP) HSE105 Principals of Sports Coaching Disability and Inclusion (B) HDS101 Communication and Diversity, HDS106 Diversity, Disability and Social Inclusion Exercise Physiology (B, WP) HSE110 Muscle Biology for Exercise Science Family Society and Health (B) HSH105 Understanding Families and Health HSH113 Social Perspectives on Population Health Physical Activity and Health (B, WP) HSE112 Pathways in the Physical Activity Exercise and Health Industry Sports Coaching (B, WP) HSE105 Principals of Sport Coaching Strength and Conditioning (B, WP) HSE105 Principals of Sports Coaching

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Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd trading as Deakin College; ABN 11 074 633 668; CRICOS Provider Codes: Deakin College 01590J, Deakin University 00113B

When I transfer to Deakin University I want to study Bachelor of Nutrition Science (B) Entry to Deakin University T1, T2 International Students WAM: Local/Australian Students WAM:

Burwood (B) 50 Burwood (B) 50

Majors offered at Deakin University include (Students do not have to complete a major but are recommended to complete the Food Science Major)  Food Innovation (B) Highly Recommended  Disability and Inclusion (B)  Exercise Science (B)  Health Promotion (B)  Physical Activity and Health (B)  Family, Society and Health (B)  Psychology (B)  Master of Dietetics Pre-requisites Fast Track (Completing In 8 months/2 trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Elective Zero credit Trimester HBS109 HSN101 SLE133 point unit Human Foundations of Chemistry in SLE010 Structure and Food Nutrition & our World* Fieldwork and Function Health Laboratory Safety nd 2 CORE Recommended Elective Elective Trimester HSN105 Elective SLE155 Healthy and HSN107 Chemistry for Sustainable Physiology of the Food Systems Human Growth Professional and Development Sciences** Normal Track (Completing course in 12 months/ 3 Trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester HBS109 Human HSN101 SLE133 Structure and Foundations of Chemistry in Function Food Nutrition our World* and Health 2nd Trimester

CORE HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems

3rd Trimester

Elective

Recommended Elective HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development Elective

Zero credit point unit SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety

Elective SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences**

Students who want to complete H718 Master of Dietetics pre-requisites must enrol in SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences and HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development.

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It is recommended that all students wishing to transfer to the Bachelor of Nutrition Science take HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development as an elective unit. Electives Students wishing to major in the following areas should include the following subjects in their electives:  Exercise Science – HSE102 Functional Anatomy  Health Promotion – HBS110 Health Behaviour and HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion  Physical Activity and Health –HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  Psychology (B, WP) – Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour, HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development Other Electives can include any of the following:  HBS107 Understanding Health  HBS108 Health Information and Data  HBS110 Health Behaviour  HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour  HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development  HSE102 Functional Anatomy  HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport  HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists  SLE111 Cells and Genes*  HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion  HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health  SLE132 Biology: Form and Function*  SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience  SLE123 Physics for the life sciences * For SLE111, SLE132 and SLE133 you must complete SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety as a co-requisite unit ** You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the professional sciences (Pre-requisite) Additional 1st Year Units to be taken at Deakin University All students will need to undertake HSN104 - The Science of Food and HSN106 - Food Fundamentals at Deakin University.

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Students wishing to undertake the majors listed below will need to complete additional units Major Additional Units Disability and Inclusion (B) HDS101 Communication and Diversity, HDS106 Diversity, Disability and Social Inclusion Family Society and Health (B) HSH105 Understanding Families and Health HSH113 Social Perspectives on Population Health Physical Activity and Health (B) HSE112 Pathways in the Physical Activity, Exercise and Health Industry

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When I transfer to Deakin University I want to study Bachelor of Psychological Science (B, WP, WB, C) Entry to Deakin University T1 (all campuses), T2 (Burwood and Cloud only) International Students WAM:

Burwood (B) 50 Waurn Ponds (WP) 50 Warrnambool (WB) 50 Cloud (C) 50 Local/Australian Students WAM:Burwood (B) 50 Waurn Ponds (WP) 50 Warrnambool (WB) 50 Cloud (C) 50 Fast Track (Completing In 8 months/2 trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester HBS107 HPS111 HBS110 Understanding Psychology A: Health Health Fundamentals Behaviour of Human Behaviour 2nd CORE CORE Elective Trimester HBS108 HPS121 Health Psychology B: Information Individual and and Data Social Development

Elective

Elective

Normal Track (Completing course in 12 months/ 3 Trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester HBS107 HPS111 HBS110 Understanding Psychology A: Health Health Fundamentals Behaviour of Human Behaviour 2nd CORE CORE Elective Trimester HBS108 HPS121 Health Psychology B: Information Individual and and Data Social Development 3rd Elective Elective Trimester

Electives can include any of the following:  HBS109 Human Structure and Function  HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy  HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport

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HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development SLE111 Cells and Genes* SLE132 Biology: Form and Function* SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience SLE133 Chemistry in our World* SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences** SLE123 Physics for the life sciences

* For SLE111, SLE132 and SLE133 you must complete SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety as a co-requisite unit ** You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the professional sciences (Pre-requisite)

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When I transfer to Deakin University I want to study Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) (B, WP, WB, C) – Local Students only Entry to Deakin University T (all campuses), T2 (all campuses), T3 (Burwood and Waurn Ponds only) Local/Australian Students WAM:Burwood (B) 50 Waurn Ponds (WP) 50 Warrnambool (WB) 50 Cloud (C) 50 Fast Track (Completing In 8 months/2 trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester HBS107 HPS111 HBS110 Understanding Psychology A: Health Health Fundamentals Behaviour of Human Behaviour nd 2 CORE CORE Elective Trimester HBS108 HPS121 Health Psychology B: Information Individual and and Data Social Development

Elective

Elective

Normal Track (Completing course in 12 months/ 3 Trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester HBS107 HPS111 HBS110 Understanding Psychology A: Health Health Fundamentals Behaviour of Human Behaviour 2nd CORE CORE Elective Trimester HBS108 HPS121 Health Psychology B: Information Individual and and Data Social Development rd 3 Elective Elective Trimester

Electives can include any of the following:  HBS109 Human Structure and Function  HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy  HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport  HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists

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HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development SLE111 Cells and Genes* SLE132 Biology: Form and Function* SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience SLE133 Chemistry in our World* SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences** SLE123 Physics for the life sciences

* For SLE111, SLE132 and SLE133 you must complete SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety as a co-requisite unit ** You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the professional sciences (Pre-requisite)

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Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd trading as Deakin College; ABN 11 074 633 668; CRICOS Provider Codes: Deakin College 01590J, Deakin University 00113B

When I transfer to Deakin University I want to study Bachelor of Health Sciences (B, WP, WB, C) Entry to Deakin University T1, T2 International Students WAM:

Burwood (B) 50 Waurn Ponds (WP) 50 Warrnambool (WB) 50 Cloud (C) 50 Local/Australian Students WAM:Burwood (B) 50 Waurn Ponds (WP) 50 Warrnambool (WB) 50 Cloud (C) 50 Majors offered at Deakin University include (students are required to complete 2 majors)  Environmental Health (B, WP)  Exercise Science (B, WP C)  Family Society and Health (B C)  Food Studies (B) Health Promotion (B WP WB C)  Heath and Sustainability (B)  Medical Biotechnology (B, WP)  Nutrition (B, WP, WB C)  Disability and Inclusion (B C)  Physical Activity and Health (B, WP, WB)  Psychological Science (B, WP, WB C) (10 credit point major)  Psychology for Professional Development (B, WP, WB C) Fast Track (Completing In 8 months/2 trimesters) 1st CORE CORE Elective Elective Trimester HBS 107 HBS108 Understanding Health Information Health and Data 2nd Elective Elective Elective Elective Trimester

Normal Track (Completing course in 12 months/ 3 Trimesters) 1st CORE CORE Elective Trimester HBS 107 HBS108 Understanding Health Information Health and Data 2nd Elective Elective Elective Trimester 3rd Trimester

Elective

Elective

Electives for majors Students wishing to complete a major in the following areas should include the following subjects in their electives:  Environmental Health (B WP) – SLE111 Cells and Genes, HSN101: Foundations of Food Nutrition and Health  Exercise Science (B, WP C) – HSE102 Functional Anatomy, HBS109 Human Structure and Function  Food Studies (B) – HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health

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 Health Promotion (B, WP, WB C) – HSB110 Health Behaviour and HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion  Health and Sustainability (B) – HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health  Physical Activity and Health (B, WP, WB) – HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  Nutrition (B, WP, WB)– HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health, HBS109 Human Structure and Function  Psychological Science (B. WP, WB C) – HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour and HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development  Psychology for Professional Development (B, WP, WB C)– HBS110 Health Behaviour

Electives for minors Students wishing to complete a minor in the following areas should include the following subjects in their electives:  Exercise Science (B, WP C) – HBS109 Human Structure and Function  Health Promotion (B, WP, WB C) – HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion  Physical Activity and Health (B, WP, WB) – HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  Food Studies (B) – HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health  Nutrition (B, WP, WB)– HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health, HBS109 Human Structure and Function  Health and Sustainability (B) – HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health  Psychology for Professional Development (B WP WB C) – HBS110 Health Behaviour Master of Dietetics Pre-requisites Students wishing to apply for a Master of Dietetics need to complete SLE133 Chemistry in Our World, SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences, HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health and at least two of HBS109 Human Structure and Function, HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development, HSE102 Functional Anatomy, SLE111 Cells and Genes. Students are recommended to take a Food Science and/or Nutrition major (note students must complete two majors in Bachelor of Health Science). Students will be required to complete HSN104 The Science of Food as part of their 2nd year at Deakin University Other Electives can include any of the following:  HBS109 Human Structure and Function  HBS110 Health Behaviour  HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour  HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development  HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion  HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy  HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport  HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists

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HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development SLE111 Cells and Genes* SLE132 Biology: Form and Function* SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience SLE133 Chemistry in our World* SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences* SLE123 Physics for the life sciences

* For SLE111, SLE132 and SLE133 you must complete SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety as a co-requisite unit ** You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the professional sciences (Pre-requisite) Additional 1st Year Units to be taken at Deakin University Students wishing to undertake the majors/minors listed below will need to complete additional units Major Family Society and Health (B, C) Food Studies (B) Health and Sustainability (B) Medical Biotechnology (B, WP) Disability and Inclusion (B C) Physical Activity and Health (B, WP, WB, C) Minor Family Society and Health (B, C) Food Studies (B) Medical Biotechnology (B, WP) Disability and Inclusion – inclusive services and advocacy (B C) Disability and Inclusion – inclusion practise in diverse professions (B C)

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Additional Units HSH105 Understanding Families and Health HSH113 Social Perspectives on Population Health HSN104 Science of Food SLE121 Environmental Sustainability HMM101 Introduction to Medical Biotechnology HMM102 Principals of Gene and Genomic Technology HDS101 Communication and Diversity HDS106 Diversity, Disability and Social Exclusion HSH112 Pathways in the Physical Activity, Exercise and Health Industry Additional Units HSH105 Understanding Families and Health HSN104 Science of Food HMM101 Introduction to Medical Biotechnology HMM102 Principals of Gene and Genomic Technology HDS101 Communication and Diversity HDS106 Diversity, Disability and Social Exclusion HDS101 Communication and Diversity HDS106 Diversity, Disability and Social Exclusion

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When I transfer to Deakin University I want to study Bachelor of Biomedical Science (B, WP) Entry to Deakin University T1, T2 International Students WAM: Local/Australian Students WAM:

Burwood (B) 50 Waurn Ponds (WP) 50 Burwood (B) 70 Waurn Ponds (WP) 60

Majors offered at Deakin University include (students are required to complete one major)  Molecular Life Sciences (B, WP)  Environmental Health (B, WP)  Infection and Immunity (B, WP)  Medical Biotechnology (B, WP)  Medical Genomics (B, WP) Pharmaceutical Science (B, WP) Fast Track (Completing In 8 months/2 trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester SLE133 SLE115 SLE111 Chemistry in Essential Cells and Our World* Skills in Genes* Bioscience

2nd Trimester

CORE SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences**

CORE SLE132 Form and Function

CORE SLE123 Physics for Life Sciences

Elective

Zero credit point unit STP050 Academic Integrity***

Elective

Normal Track (Completing course in 12 months/ 3 Trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Zero credit Trimester SLE133 SLE115 SLE111 point unit Chemistry in Essential Cells and SLE010 Our World* Skills in Genes* Fieldwork Bioscience and Laboratory Safety nd 2 CORE CORE CORE Trimester SLE155 SLE132 SLE123 Chemistry for Form and Physics for the Function* Life Professional Sciences Sciences** 3rd Elective Elective Trimester

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Zero credit point unit SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety

Zero credit point unit STP050 Academic Integrity***

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* For SLE111, SLE132 and SLE133 you must complete SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety as a co-requisite unit ** You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the professional sciences (Pre-requisite) Electives for Major in Environmental Health (B, WP) Students who are planning to major in Environmental Health (B, WP) should take HBS107 Understanding Health and HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health as their electives Other Electives can include any of the following:  HBS107 Understanding Health  HBS109 Human Structure and Function  HBS108 Health Information and Data  HBS110 Health Behaviour  HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour  HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development  HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy  HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport  HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health  HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists  HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion  HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health  HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health  HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems  HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development

Additional 1st Year Units to be taken at Deakin University Students wishing to undertake the majors listed below will need to complete additional units. Major Additional Units Infection and Immunity HMM103 Cell Technology (B, WP) Medical Biotechnology HMM101 Introduction to Biotechnology and HMM102 Principals of (B, WP) Gene and Genomic Technology Medical Genomics HMM102 Principals of Gene and Genomic Technology (B, WP)

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When I transfer to Deakin University I want to study Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion (B – Local and International Students, WP - Local students only) Deakin University Entry T1 International Students WAM: Local/Australian Students WAM:

Burwood (B) 50 Burwood (B) 50 Waurn Ponds (WP) 50

Majors are available but are optional – see majors listed in the Bachelor of Health Science Fast Track (Completing In 8 months/2 trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester HBS 107 HSH111 HSH112 Understanding Introduction to Local and Health Public Health Global and Health Environments Promotion for Health 2nd Trimester

CORE HBS 110 Health Behaviour

CORE HBS108 Health Information and Data

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Normal Track (Completing course in 12 months/ 3 Trimesters) 1st CORE CORE CORE Trimester HBS 107 HSH111 HSH112 Understanding Introduction to Local and Health Public Health Global and Health Environments Promotion for Health 2nd CORE CORE Elective Trimester HBS 110 HBS108 Health Health Behaviour Information and Data rd 3 Elective Elective Trimester

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Electives can include any of the following:  HBS109 Human Structure and Function  HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour  HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development  HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy

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HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development SLE111 Cells and Genes* SLE132 Biology: Form and Function* SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience SLE133 Chemistry in our World* SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences** SLE123 Physics for the life sciences

* For SLE111, SLE132 and SLE133 you must complete SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety as a co-requisite unit ** You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the professional sciences (Pre-requisite) Additional 1st Year Units to be taken at Deakin University All students will need to undertake HSH113 Social Perspectives on Population Health at Deakin University

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When I transfer to Deakin University I want to study Bachelor of Sport Development (B) Deakin University Entry T1 Please note students transferring into this course will only get 4 credit points International Students WAM: Local/Australian Students WAM:

Burwood (B) 50 Burwood (B) 60

Fast Track (Completing In 8 months/2 trimesters) 1st CORE Restrictive Elective Trimester HBS107 Elective Understanding Health nd 2 CORE Restrictive Elective Trimester HBS109 Elective Human Structure and Function

Elective

Elective

Normal Track (Completing course in 12 months/ 3 Trimesters) 1st CORE Restrictive Elective Trimester HBS107 Elective Understanding Health nd 2 CORE Restrictive Elective Trimester HBS109 Elective Human Structure and Function rd 3 Elective Elective Trimester

Restrictive Electives Students must choose two of the following electives:  HBS108 Health Information and Data  HBS110 Health Behaviour  HPS121 Psychology B – Individual and Social Development  HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy Electives can include any of the following:  HBS108 Health Information Data  HBS110 Health Behaviour  HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour

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HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development HSE102 Functional Anatomy HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Aging for Exercise Scientists HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion HSH112 Local and Global Environments for Health HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health HSN105 Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development SLE111 Cells and Genes* SLE132 Biology: Form and Function* SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience SLE133 Chemistry in our World* SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences** SLE123 Physics for the life sciences

* For SLE111, SLE132 and SLE133 you must complete SLE010 Fieldwork and Laboratory Safety as a co-requisite unit ** You must successfully complete SLE133 Chemistry in our World before enrolling in SLE155 Chemistry for the professional sciences (Pre-requisite) Additional 1st Year Units to be taken at Deakin University All Students will need to undertake the following units at Deakin University  HSE105 Principals of Sport Coaching  MMS100 Sport Organisation  MMK101 Marketing Fundamentals  MWL101 Personal Insight

Deakin University Campuses and Trimester codes

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B Melbourne Burwood Campus WP Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus WB Warrnambool Campus C Cloud T1 Trimester 1 entry T2 Trimester 2 entry T3 Trimester 3 NOTE: for Australian students entry is for T1 only. T2 entry is subject to availability of places. CRICOS Codes: Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) 077384J, Bachelor of Biomedical Science 058793E, Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science 045332G, Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Sciences 079318C, Bachelor of Health Sciences 052823G, Bachelor of Nursing 018327G, Bachelor of Psychological Science 079316E, Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion 012753D, Bachelor of Sport Development 058665B

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Unit Outlines PLEASE ENSURE YOU CHECK THE TRIMESTER 2 2018 UNIT OUTLINE FOR ANY CONTENT AND ASSESSMENT UPDATES. HBS107 Understanding Health This interdisciplinary unit examines a determinants approach to health and wellbeing, including: the complex range of interactions that influence the health of individuals and populations; the determinants of selected health issues in urban and rural Australia, as well as in global contexts, and explores a range of models and approaches and their impact on health outcomes. Topics include: The concepts of health, the social determinants of health, health systems, the biological and environmental determinants, health promotion, indigenous health, settings for health, marginalised populations and global health. Assessment: Assessment task 1 Academic Integrity activity 5%, Assessment Task 2: Self-awareness audit and reflection (1000 words) 25%, Assessment task 3 Group oral presentation: Health profile of a population group (15 minutes) 35%, Assessment task 4 Health Plan Review (1400 words) 35%.

HBS108 Health Information and Data In this unit you will learn about using online resources to search for, retrieve and evaluate a range of health information and data. The emphasis in this unit is the comprehension and critical appraisal of health information. It is important for health students and practitioners to be able to distinguish valid, well-researched health claims from poorly researched (or not researched at all), spurious health claims. This unit will introduce you to measuring health and disease in populations, qualitative methods, finding health information and data, research study designs, understanding research statistics and an introduction to evidence based practice and critical appraisal. It also assesses V13.8 - 13/02/2019 Document: AC-01-085D

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HBS109 Human Structure and Function This interdisciplinary unit provides an overview of the basic sciences of human anatomy and physiology, exploring issues of relevance to the health sciences. Specific topics to be addressed will include: organisation of the human body, outlining anatomical terms, chemical and structural bases of cell function, body tissues including integument, homeostasis and physiological control via neural and hormonal mechanisms that maintain a constant internal environment. Support and movement through an understanding of the musculo-skeletal system, and maintenance of key systems, including cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary and immune systems. Assessment: Case based learning (40%), multiple choice tests (4 x 5%, total 20%), Practical based tasks (3x3.33%, total 10%) Final exam 30%

HBS110 Health Behaviour This unit explores relevant health behaviour issues and their impact on an individual's health and wellbeing. These behavioural issues include: tobacco smoking, alcohol / drug use and abuse, healthy and disordered eating, weight management, engagement in exercise, managing stress, and managing chronic illness. The unit examines the impact of socio-cognitive factors including self-efficacy and locus of control on Page 26 of 32

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behaviour change and how to harness this to enhance behaviour change and goal achievement. Further the unit discussed theoretical explanations of health behaviour and how they are applied to derive effective approaches to achieving behaviour change. The unit examines the skills and principles of behaviour modification. Students undertake experiential and reflective learning approaches to develop and understanding of the process, challenges and skills involved in health behaviour change. Assessment: Assessment Task 1 – 3 x health behaviour journal entries 45%, Assessment task 2 – 10 online quizzes 10%, Final Examination 45%

HPS111 Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour This introductory unit explores the fundamental principles underpinning the study of human psychology. As such, it will cover the definition and scope of the discipline of psychology; the primitive roots of our behaviour; the neurological structures and processes that are responsible for our mental life; and the important elements in our adapting to the world as individuals such as learning and intelligence. This unit will provide an integrated and challenging introduction to psychology as a science, while also providing training in important skills for tertiary education as a whole through the seminar series. In completing this unit, students will gain new insights into the science of behaviour, a mastery of important research and writing skills, and a strong platform for learning advanced topics in psychology. Assessment task 1: Critical response essay (800 words) 20%, Assessment task 2: Academic essay V13.8 - 13/02/2019 Document: AC-01-085D

(1200 words) 30%, Assessment task 3: 3 x online quizzes 20%, Assessment task 4: Multiple Choice Exam (90 mins) 30%

HPS121 Psychology B: Individual and Social Development Following on from the biological underpinning of psychology in HPS111, HPS121 focuses on the science of the human individual in context. Different theoretical perspectives of psychological concepts relating to how we function as individuals in a social world are contrasted and evaluated throughout the unit. We begin by looking at how we - as both biological and social beings - develop throughout the lifespan as we explore the complex interaction between biological and environmental influences. Various theoretical perspectives are applied to explore what makes up our individual personalities, and how personality is assessed. The impact of psychological disorders on individual and societal wellbeing is considered, and the different therapeutic approaches used to treat these disorders are analysed. We then examine the power of situational, societal, and cultural influences on behaviour. The HPS121 teaching team aim to deliver challenging and fascinating psychological concepts in a way that you can apply to your own personal experiences, future study and career. In the class series, the unit will incorporate the content areas of HPS121 into a holistic understanding of the interactions and relationships between the topics, all within the context of psychology as a scientific discipline. The seminar series will enable you to develop real-world applied skills that will help you work through the unit as well as expose you to some of the processes involved in working as an allied health professional.

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The assessment tasks are designed to help you develop industry-related skills and knowledge. Though the unit content and assessments have been designed to help you broaden your understanding and skills developed in HPS111, HPS121 has been constructed so that students may do the two units in either order, or do either unit individually. Assessment: Assessment task 1 Scientific Lab Report 40%, Assessment task 2: Final examination 60% (100 multiple choice questions).

HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy This unit is designed to provide students with a comprehensive overview of the structure and function of the musculoskeletal system and how it relates to normal and abnormal human movement. A detailed analysis of the functional anatomy of the skeletal, articular, neural and muscular systems is explored. Additional areas explored will be the role that the musculoskeletal system plays in static and dynamic posture and movement control. Assessment: Assessment task 1- Practical class worksheets (4 x 5%) 20%, Assessment task 2 – Seminar class pop quizzes (4 x 5%) 20%, Assessment task 3 – Practical Examination (20 minutes) 30%, Final examination 30% HSE104 Research Methods and Statistics in Exercise and Sport This unit aims to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of research design and methodology in the context of exercise and sport science (ESS). This will range from examining some different quality indicators such as validity and reliability to more applied work examining how to organise, analyse, interpret and present ESS research data.

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The unit will explore different ways that ESS research data are collected and analysed using both qualitative and quantitative statistical methods. Assessment: Assessment 1: Assignment (1000 words) 30%, Assessment 2: Assignment (1000 words) 30%, Final Examination 40%

HSE111 Physical Activity and Exercise for Health This unit introduces students to the field of physical activity and exercise for health. Students will explore the benefits of physical activity and risks of sedentary behaviour and will gain an understanding of why people participate in physical activity and exercise. Common theories of behaviour change and key correlates of physical activity participation are explored and an introduction to physical activity interventions is provided. Throughout the unit, students are required to source and reflect on high quality evidence in particular to design a safe physical activity program that addresses known barriers to participation and fosters adoption and maintenance. Assessment: Assessment 1 Physical Activity report plan 10%, Assessment 2 & 4 Online quizzes 20%, Assessment 3 Physical Activity Report 40%, Assessment 5 Exam 30%.

HSE113 Human Growth, Development and Ageing for Exercise Scientists This unit aims to develop students’ knowledge of the structural, physiological, social and cognitive changes in human growth, development and ageing across the lifespan (conception through to older adulthood). The unit will provide students with an understanding of the various stages of growth, development and ageing and identify common injuries or conditions that present during these stages. A key focus of the unit will be on how physical activity and exercise influences, and is

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influenced by, lifespan human growth, development and ageing Assessment: Assessment 1: 3 x Case study reports (800 words each) (3 x 20%) Total 60%, Assessment 2 Video critique (800 words) 20%, Assessment 3 Reflection (800 words) 20%

HSH111 Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion This unit is a core unit for the Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion, the combined courses with Commerce and Nursing, and is also an elective unit for a range of courses offered at the University. Through this unit, students will be introduced to the theories, models and frameworks used in both public health and health promotion; explore the evolution of public health and health promotion; examine case studies highlighting responses to public health and health promotion issues; and explore the relationship between health, policy development, and the health care system. Assessment: Assessment 1 Reflective Journal (4 x 200 words and a final 1000 words reflective journal) 20%, Assessment 2 Written Report (1500 words) 30%, Assessment 3 Examination 50%

HSH112 Local and Global Environments This unit will introduce key concepts around environmental health and will explore the relationship between the natural, built, social, economic and political environments and human health. This unit will also introduce the concepts of sustainable development, ecosystem health and environmental justice. The content of the unit will be framed within a public health and health promotion context. This unit comprises the study of: knowledge of past, present and emergent environmental health concerns, including infectious disease, population

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growth, urbanisation, global warming and drought; environments for health: the positive influences of the natural/physical, built, social, economic and political environments on human health; the role of the natural/physical, built, social, economic and political environments in human health threats; an appreciation of the different space components of environmental health: individual, neighbourhood, institutional, national, regional, global and intergenerational; human impacts on the environment, including Indigenous cultures, industrialised countries, developing countries; sustainable development and environmental justice; critical reflection on the changing context of environments and health over time. Assessment: Assessment task 1a and 1b Reflective Learning Journals (1000 words each, 20% for each) Total 40%, Assessment task 2 – Major group presentation (10 minutes) and written report (1500 words) 40%, Assessment task 3 – In class test (30 minutes) 20% HSN101 Foundations of Food, Nutrition and Health This unit provides students with foundation knowledge in food, nutrition and health, including food sources of nutrients, food and nutrient recommendations for health and methods for measuring food intake and behaviour, historical perspective of why we consume the foods we do today and how our scientific knowledge may influence foods we eat in the future. Students also gain an understanding of interactions between the environment, technologies developed to produce and harvest foods and scientific advances in food and nutrition. The topics include: food history, Australian food culture, food production, food sources of nutrients, food and nutrient recommendations and their relationship with health and methods used to measure food intakes and behaviours. Students also have an opportunity to align their interests and values to future career options.

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Assessment: Assessment task 1 - Three multiple choice online tests (5% each) 15%, Assessment task 2 – Written assignment (1300 words) and 1 minute video 40%, Assessment Task 3 Career Activity and Reflection (500 words) 10%, Final examination 35%

HSN105 Health and Sustainable Food Systems Dietary patterns and the way food is produced can have a major impact on the environment and the environment has a major impact on the food system. This raises concerns about the food system’s future ability to produce sufficient food for food and nutrition security. Governments, non-government organisations, academia, the private sector and citizens are urgently seeking solutions to these public health nutrition problems. This unit will explore the bidirectional relationship between our food system and environmental sustainability. It will examine how Australia’s food system may be contributing to environmental degradation through greenhouse gas emissions, water use and ecosystem changes, such as the loss of biodiversity and how this impacts on health. In addition, it will examine the effects of global warming on the food system and the threats to food security. Following on from this, the unit will ascertain what changes are needed to ensure a prosperous and ecologically sustainable food system. Assessment: Assessment task 1 – Background research paper (draft 5%, 1500 words 25%) and Blog post (600 words 20%. Assessment task 2 –Eco Friendly Food Challenge (2500 words) consisting of 4 worksheets each worth 5% and a report worth 30%

of cell biology and metabolism will be applied to physiological changes occurring during foetal life, followed be the postnatal, infancy, childhood, adolescence and ageing life stages. The fundamentals of genetics and inheritance of human traits will be developed with an emphasis on inborn errors of metabolism and polymorphisms affecting nutrient needs. Assessment: Assessment task 1 – Four online multiple choice tests (4 x 5%) 20%, Assessment task 2 – written assignment (1500 words) 30%, Final examination 50%

SLE111 Cells and Genes* In this unit, students will be able to study the characteristics of life that are fundamental for every field in biology. Upon successful completion of Cells and Genes, students will be able to explore, examine and describe the characteristics and structures of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells as well as understand cellular mechanisms such as reproduction, communication, transport across the membrane and cellular respiration. The genetic basis of cell biology is focused on in the latter part of the unit starting with Mendelian genetics which leads on to interpreting patterns of inheritance, mechanisms and control of gene expression and the principles of DNA technologies - all of which form the second part of the unit. Assessment: Assessment task 1 Class test 15%, Assessment task 2 - Bioinformatics assignment 7%, Assessment task 3 - Practical exercises 33%, Final examination 45%. To obtain a pass in the unit, students must submit and pass at least 4 of the 5 practical class assessments.

HSN107 Physiology of Human Growth and Development

SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience

This unit aims to develop student’s knowledge of the biological and physiological basis of human growth and development across the lifespan. Fundamentals

This unit is the first of a sequence of professional practice units designed specifically for students in the first year of biosciences. The unit will focus on

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the development of generic skills which will be of practical value to students in their bioscience studies. Through exercises and seminars (tutorials, online and face-to-face) you will develop skills in data analysis and presentation, basic mathematics and statistics, library research methods, evaluation of scientific literature and scientific writing and referencing. You will also be introduced to the practice of being an ethical student and professional, and develop your skills in career planning, problem solving and oral and written presentation. The final exam is a hurdle requirement for this unit. Students must achieve at least 50% in the unit overall and a minimum of 40% on the final written exam, to obtain a passing grade in the unit. Assessment: Assessment task 1 mid-trimester test 20%, Assessment task 2 – 2 assignments 30%, Assessment task 3 - group assessment 10%, Final examination 40%. To obtain a pass in the unit, students must achieve at least 40% on the exam (hurdle requirement).

SLE123 Physics for the Life Sciences* This unit introduces students to physics, particularly applying to biological systems. Topics include kinematics, forces, gravity, energy, heat, fluids, waves, sound, optics, electricity, atoms and molecules. The physical principles of each topic are developed, and then applied to a practical understanding of biological systems and appropriate applications. Assessment: Assessment task 1 – assignments 30%, Assessment task 2 - laboratory work 20%, Final examination 50%

SLE132 Biology: Form and Function* SLE132 introduces students to animal and plant biology. Students will explore the relationships between animal structures and their functions, and investigate the physiological processes that enable

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animals to adjust to environmental changes. They will also learn aspects of animal diversity and behaviour. As students progress learning in this unit, they will study the evolutionary diversity of plants, their structure and functions, morphology and growth, reproductive biology, nutrient acquisition and transport, and their applications in biotechnology, with an emphasis on flowering plants. Examples from other plant groups and the non-plant eukaryotes, fungi and algae, will also be used for comparison and as examples during discussion. Assessment: Assessment task 1 - Mid trimester tests 15%, Assessment task 2 - Practical exercises 35%, Assessment task 3 – Practical Assignment 10%; Final examination 40%

SLE133 Chemistry in Our World* SLE133 is a foundation unit designed to develop and consolidate student understandings and skills in basic chemistry. The learning and assessment activities provide students with the opportunity to study atoms, molecules, and ions, how they change during a chemical reaction and how bonding affects properties such as intermolecular interactions, boiling points, ease of evaporation and the ability of substances to dissolve in water. Students will engage in laboratory work in order to develop their hands on skills in chemical safety and measurement and their ability to perform calculations related to substance measurement. Students will then apply these concepts of bonding, chemical change and measurement to determine the acidity and basicity of substances and the formation of buffers. This unit can be taken as a stand-alone unit for students who need some awareness of chemistry to broaden their degree, or can be taken as a foundation for further studies in biochemistry, chemistry, and related areas like food and nutrition, molecular biology and science education. Page 31 of 32

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You must have completed SLE010 in the current or a previous trimester, before you can attend any laboratory sessions. Assessment: Assessment task 1 - In-class quizzes 20%, Assessment task 2 - Laboratory exercises and reports 30%, Assessment task 3 – Active tutorial participation 10%, Final examination 40%. To be eligible to obtain a pass in the this unit, students must achieve at least 50% in the practical component SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences* Students must successfully complete SLE133 before enrolling in SLE155 SLE155 builds on the student’s previous chemistry knowledge about atoms, molecules, properties, reactions, measurement and acidity. Students will extend their knowledge to more advanced chemical naming, structures, and hypervalent bonding. They will be introduced to additional topics such as, chemical equilibria, solution chemistry, redox chemistry, simple organic compounds, chirality and thermochemistry. This unit will lead to further studies in biochemistry, chemistry, and related areas such as food and nutrition, molecular biology and science education. This unit can also be taken as an elective unit for students who want a broader knowledge of chemistry to enhance their degree. Assessment: Assessment task 1 - In-class quizzes 20%, Assessment task 2 - Laboratory exercises and reports 40%, Final examination 40%. To be eligible to obtain a pass in the this unit, students must achieve at least 50% in the practical component

SLE010 Laboratory and Fieldwork Safety Induction Program

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In SLE010, students will develop an awareness of safety measures and protocols to be followed in scientific laboratory work and fieldwork. The unit encompasses information about biological and chemical hazards, building evacuation procedures, laboratory accident management, first aid procedures and safety work procedures. Attendance in all practical classes and/or field trips may be restricted unless you have passed the online quiz with a mark of 70% or greater. Results for all units requiring the completion of SLE010 as a co-requisite may not be released until the quiz is passed. Assessment: 100% multiple-choice examination (60 minutes) to be completed by the end of week 3. To be eligible to obtain a pass in this unit students must achieve a minimum mark of 70%. Multiple attempts at the quiz are allowed and students must print a certificate which is valid for three years.

STP050 Academic Integrity STP050 is a compulsory zero credit point unit for students wishing to transfer into the Bachelor of Biomedical science. The unit learning and assessment activities provides students with guidance on what constitutes academic integrity. It will allow students to develop knowledge, skills and good practice principles to avoid plagiarism and collusion and thereby maintain academic integrity. Assessment: 100% multiple-choice examination (60 minutes). To be eligible to obtain a pass in this unit students must achieve a minimum mark of 70%. Three attempts of the online assessment are permitted

* Enrolment in these units is subject to OH+S training currently conducted via SLE010 Laboratory and Fieldwork Safety Induction Program

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