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2626

EXERSCI 755

: Physiotherapy Practicum 5
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Students will undertake supervised practice in a clinical setting. This is the final of 5 clinical practicums across different physiotherapy practice settings. Students will complete supervised practice for 25 days over a 5-week block. Students will develop competencies in assessment of clients' problems, analysis of findings, goal setting and implementation and evaluation of interventions appropriate to the specific clinical setting.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 751-754

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2627

EXERSCI 774

: Clinical Exercise Practicum IV
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A body of practical supervised work of not less than 200 hours. The delivery of exercise rehabilitation services to clinical populations especially individuals who have cardiac, musculoskeletal, neurological, pulmonary, immunological, neoplastic, mood, and metabolic disorders, and post-surgical cases.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 773
Restriction: SPORTSCI 774, 782

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2628

EXERSCI 775

: Seminar in Clinical Exercise Physiology
2021 Semester One (1213)
A body of advanced theoretical and administrative work related to exercise prescription and service delivery. The principles of exercise physiology related to clinical populations, especially individuals who have cardiac, musculoskeletal, neurological, pulmonary, immunological, neoplastic, mood, and metabolic disorders, post-surgical cases, the elderly, and for individuals at risk of developing diseases as a consequence of inactivity. Professional and inter-professional relations will be addressed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 775, 783

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2629

EXERSCI 792B

: MSc Dissertation in Clinical Exercise Physiology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A scholarly discussion of a topic related to clinical exercise physiology.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 786, 787 To complete this course students must enrol in EXERSCI 792 A and B
2630

FOODSCI 200

: Food Composition and Nutrition
2021 Semester One (1213)
Covers the composition and structure of food. The approach will extend the FOODSCI 100 content from lipids to proteins, carbohydrates and key minor food components. There will be a focus on the molecular structure of the major food components and how they relate to the physical, sensory and nutritional properties of foods.
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: 15 points from BIOSCI 106, CHEM 110, FOODSCI 100
Restriction: FOODSCI 201

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2631

FOODSCI 301

: Food Quality Attributes
2021 Semester One (1213)
Attributes that make food attractive, such as colour, flavour, and texture, and how they alter during processing are studied. Texture measurement and methods of studying food structure will be discussed. Lectures will be given on non-destructive testing of food. Recommended preparation: BIOSCI 203 and 204.
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: FOODSCI 200 or 201

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2632

FOODSCI 301

: Food Quality Attributes
2020 Semester One (1203)
Attributes that make food attractive, such as colour, flavour, and texture, and how they alter during processing are studied. Texture measurement and methods of studying food structure will be discussed. Lectures will be given on non-destructive testing of food. Recommended preparation: BIOSCI 203 and 204.
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: FOODSCI 200 or 201

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2633

FOODSCI 310

: Theory of Food Product Design
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines the science underpinning human sensory perception and food preferences and how this science interfaces with the design and development of food products as well as the fundamental aspects of food product development.
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: FOODSCI 100, 200 and STATS 101 or 108
Restriction: FOODSCI 303, 304

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2634

FOODSCI 399

: Capstone: Food and Nutrition
2021 Semester One (1213)
Food and Nutrition pathway students will work together in groups to identify and develop a new food product or food system that addresses or responds to a nutritional issue. Students will focus on the interplay between the nutritional aspects of the product or system and the sensory, stability, convenience, cost, regulatory and processing aspects of the product.
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: FOODSCI 303 or 310 and a further 30 points at Stage III in Food Science and Nutrition

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2635

FOODSCI 705

: Project in Food Science
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: Director approval

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2636

FOODSCI 705

: Project in Food Science
2020 Semester One (1203)
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: Director approval

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2637

FOODSCI 705

: Project in Food Science
2020 Summer School (1200)
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: Director approval

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2638

FOODSCI 708

: Advanced Food Science
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The functions and properties of food additives. Food attributes including colour, flavour and texture. Enzymic and non-enzymic browning. Emulsions and foams. Introduction to the Food Regulations. Interaction of macromolecules.
Subject: Food Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director

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2639

FOODSCI 709A

: Selected Topics in Food Science and Technology
2020 Semester One (1203)
Modules will be organised by the staff and invited lecturers. Topics offered will usually be based on the specialist interests of the lecturers, although controversial issues may be included (for example, genetically modified food, irradiated food). Students may be required to participate actively by contributing seminars. Topics may vary from year to year.
Subject: Food Science
To complete this course students must enrol in FOODSCI 709 A and B, or FOODSCI 709

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2640

FOODSCI 709B

: Selected Topics in Food Science and Technology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Modules will be organised by the staff and invited lecturers. Topics offered will usually be based on the specialist interests of the lecturers, although controversial issues may be included (for example, genetically modified food, irradiated food). Students may be required to participate actively by contributing seminars. Topics may vary from year to year.
Subject: Food Science
To complete this course students must enrol in FOODSCI 709 A and B, or FOODSCI 709
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FOODSCI 709B

: Selected Topics in Food Science and Technology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Modules will be organised by the staff and invited lecturers. Topics offered will usually be based on the specialist interests of the lecturers, although controversial issues may be included (for example, genetically modified food, irradiated food). Students may be required to participate actively by contributing seminars. Topics may vary from year to year.
Subject: Food Science
To complete this course students must enrol in FOODSCI 709 A and B, or FOODSCI 709
2642

FOODSCI 709B

: Selected Topics in Food Science and Technology
2021 Semester One (1213)
Modules will be organised by the staff and invited lecturers. Topics offered will usually be based on the specialist interests of the lecturers, although controversial issues may be included (for example, genetically modified food, irradiated food). Students may be required to participate actively by contributing seminars. Topics may vary from year to year.
Subject: Food Science
To complete this course students must enrol in FOODSCI 709 A and B, or FOODSCI 709
2643

FOODSCI 709B

: Selected Topics in Food Science and Technology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Modules will be organised by the staff and invited lecturers. Topics offered will usually be based on the specialist interests of the lecturers, although controversial issues may be included (for example, genetically modified food, irradiated food). Students may be required to participate actively by contributing seminars. Topics may vary from year to year.
Subject: Food Science
To complete this course students must enrol in FOODSCI 709 A and B, or FOODSCI 709

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2644

FOODSCI 752

: Research Proposal
2023 Semester Two (1235)
A review of the literature and research methods associated with a selected research topic assigned to an individual student. This will be at internationally recognised academic standards and demonstrate a capacity for independent thinking. It will include a consideration of the project from a Vision Mātauranga perspective.
Subject: Food Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions

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2645

FOODSCI 752

: Research Proposal
2023 Semester One (1233)
A review of the literature and research methods associated with a selected research topic assigned to an individual student. This will be at internationally recognised academic standards and demonstrate a capacity for independent thinking. It will include a consideration of the project from a Vision Mātauranga perspective.
Subject: Food Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions

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2646

FORENSIC 701

: Fundamental Concepts in Forensic Science
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Ethics and quality assurance in forensic science. Principles of criminal law, principles of evidence and procedure, expert evidence, interpretation of scientific evidence, probability and statistics. Forensic pathology, psychology and psychiatry.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director

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2647

FORENSIC 701

: Fundamental Concepts in Forensic Science
2020 Semester One (1203)
Ethics and quality assurance in forensic science. Principles of criminal law, principles of evidence and procedure, expert evidence, interpretation of scientific evidence, probability and statistics. Forensic pathology, psychology and psychiatry.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director

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2648

FORENSIC 702

: Introduction to Forensic Science
2021 Semester One (1213)
Forensic biology, documents, fingerprints, physical evidence, toolmarks, fire examination, explosives, hairs and fibres, drugs, toxicology, alcohol (including blood and breath alcohol), crime scene examination, firearms identification.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director

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2649

FORENSIC 702

: Introduction to Forensic Science
2020 Semester One (1203)
Forensic biology, documents, fingerprints, physical evidence, toolmarks, fire examination, explosives, hairs and fibres, drugs, toxicology, alcohol (including blood and breath alcohol), crime scene examination, firearms identification.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director

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2650

FORENSIC 703

: Statistics and Molecular Biology for Forensic Science
2021 Semester One (1213)
Statistics: data summarisation and reduction, laws of probability, conditional probability, likelihood ratios and Bayes theorem. Interpretation of statistical results. Forensic biology: basic principles of population genetics, genomic structure, conventional blood grouping. DNA profiling: structure, enzymology and basic chemistry of nucleic acids, PCR and microsatellites, interpretation of DNA profiles, developing forensic DNA technologies.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director

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