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Electives unit of study table

Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites
C: Corequisites N: Prohibition

Table S 4000-level elective units

BUSS4903
Social Innovation in Indigenous Communities
12 P Students must meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Advanced Coursework), including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and the requirements for a major
BUSS4910
Financial literacy and using accounting data
6 P Students must meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Advanced Coursework), including completion of a pass undergraduate degree
N BUSS1030
This unit is not suitable for students who have previously studied Accounting.
FASS4901
Advanced Industry and Community Project A
6 A Depth of knowledge in at least one subject area (major)
C FASS4902
FASS4902
Advanced Industry and Community Project B
6 A Depth of knowledge in at least one subject area (major)
C FASS4901
NEUR4001
Advanced Seminars in Neuroscience
6 A Advanced knowledge of the structure and function of multicellular organisms, or a background in bioengineering or biophysics or biodesign
P 144 credit points of units of study, including a minimum of 24 credit points at the 3000- or 4000-level
N NEUR3004 or NEUR3904
PSYC4004
Applied Psychology in the Workplace
6 A Students should have the ability to read and interpret findings from scientific research, and have a basic familiarity with the empirical process
P (144 cp of which a minimum needs to be 24 cp of 3000-level or 4000-level units of study) or (12 cp PSYC3XXX)
N PSYC4730
PSYC4005
Coaching Skills for Work and Life
6 A Students should have the ability to read and interpret findings from scientific research, and have a basic familiarity with the empirical process
P (144 cp of which a minimum needs to be 24 cp of 3000-level or 4000-level units of study) or (12 cp PSYC3XXX)
N PSYC4721 or PSYC4722
PSYC4006
Positive Psychology, Resilience and Happiness
6 A Students should have the ability to read and interpret findings from scientific research, and have a basic familiarity with the empirical process
P (144 cp of which a minimum needs to be 24 cp of 3000-level or 4000-level units of study) or (12 cp PSYC3XXX)
N PSYC4730 or PSYC4723
SCIE4001
Science Communication
6 A Completion of a major in a science discipline. Basic knowledge of other sciences is beneficial. Experience in communication such as delivering oral presentations and producing written reports. An awareness of science in a societal context, e.g., of disciplinary applications
P 144 credit points of units of study and including a minimum of 24 credit points at the 3000- or 4000-level and 18 credit points of 3000- or 4000-level units from Science Table A or Medicine and Health Table A.

Mid-year honours students would take this unit of study in S1 (their second semester of study).
SCIE4002
Experimental Design and Data Analysis
6 A Completion of units in quantitative research methods, mathematics or statistical analysis at least at 1000-level
P 144 credit points of units of study and including a minimum of 24 credit points at the 3000- or 4000-level and 18 credit points of 3000- or 4000-level units from Science Table A or FMH Table A.
N ENVX3002 or STAT3X22 or STAT4022 or STAT3X12
SCIE4003
Ethics in Science
6 A Successful completion of a Science major
P 144 credit points of units of study and including a minimum of 24 credit points at the 3000- or 4000-level and 18 credit points of 3000- or 4000-level units from Science Table A or FMH Table A
N HSBH3004 or HPSC3107