Honours students complete a supervised research project in a health discipline area within the Faculty. In completing the research, the student will work closely with academic staff/mentor who will supervise their research activities. Honours students learning and teaching activities will largely be driven by the nature of their research project. Likely learning and teaching activities include the production of written work that may be suitable for submission to a relevant refereed journal for publication or equivalent. These activities necessitate a collaborative relationship between supervisor and student.
5x2-hr inter-disciplinary seminars,, 5x1-hr FRG, mentor or supervisor research meetings
Thesis in the form of a journal article (5,000 to 6,500 words) (80%), Honours presentation (10 minutes, 3 mins for questions) (20%)