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BIOSCI 761

: Thesis Proposal
2022 Semester One (1223)
An extensive review of background material associated with the thesis topic, and a detailed outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 762, ENVSCI 701, MEDSCI 701
277

BIOSCI 761

: MSc Thesis Proposal
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An extensive review of background material associated with the thesis topic, and a detailed outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 762, ENVSCI 701, MEDSCI 701
278

BIOSCI 761

: MSc Thesis Proposal
2021 Semester One (1213)
An extensive review of background material associated with the thesis topic, and a detailed outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 762, ENVSCI 701, MEDSCI 701
279

BIOSCI 761

: MSc Thesis Proposal
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An extensive review of background material associated with the thesis topic, and a detailed outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOINF 761, ENVSCI 701, MEDSCI 701
280

BIOSCI 761

: MSc Thesis Proposal
2020 Semester One (1203)
An extensive review of background material associated with the thesis topic, and a detailed outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOINF 761, ENVSCI 701, MEDSCI 701
281

BIOSCI 762

: BSc(Hons) Dissertation Proposal
2023 Semester One (1233)
A review of the literature associated with the dissertation topic and an outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
282

BIOSCI 762

: BSc(Hons) Dissertation Proposal
2022 Semester One (1223)
A review of the literature associated with the dissertation topic and an outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
283

BIOSCI 762

: BSc(Hons) Dissertation Proposal
2021 Semester One (1213)
A review of the literature associated with the dissertation topic and an outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
284

BIOSCI 762

: BSc(Hons) Dissertation Proposal
2020 Semester One (1203)
A review of the literature associated with the dissertation topic and an outline of the proposed research and its significance. Students will also be required to present an overview of the proposal in a seminar.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
285

BIOSCI 763

: Professional Applications of Ecology
2023 Semester One (1233)
Exploration of key concepts that form the professional discipline of ecology. Introduction and familiarisation with relevant policy, advanced ecological community and population survey and monitoring, use of Geographic Information Science (GIS) and remote sensing, accessing biosystematics resources, data management, effective engagement with mana whenua, and effective communication skills. Some previous knowledge of ecology is desirable.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
286

BIOSCI 763

: Professional Applications of Ecology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Exploration of key concepts that form the professional discipline of ecology. Introduction and familiarisation with relevant policy, advanced ecological community and population survey and monitoring, use of Geographic Information Science (GIS) and remote sensing, accessing biosystematics resources, data management, effective engagement with mana whenua, and effective communication skills. Some previous knowledge of ecology is desirable.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
287

BIOSCI 764

: Human Virology
2023 Semester One (1233)
The COVID-19 pandemic was a global health crisis without parallel in the modern era and has evoked an unprecedented scientific response. Explores aspects of virus biology to illustrate principles of emergence, transmission and disease caused by viruses with pandemic potential and discusses how emerging pandemics can reshape our ability to respond to future viral threats with pandemic potential.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
288

BIOSCI 764

: Human Virology
2022 Semester One (1223)
The COVID-19 pandemic was a global health crisis without parallel in the modern era and has evoked an unprecedented scientific response. Explores aspects of virus biology to illustrate principles of emergence, transmission and disease caused by viruses with pandemic potential and discusses how emerging pandemics can reshape our ability to respond to future viral threats with pandemic potential.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
289

BIOSCI 765

: Translating Biomedical Science into Therapeutic Strategies
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Explores the research involved in development of currently available and potential future cell based biomedical therapeutics. The challenges and wider societal issues which need to be considered when conducting this research will be discussed. Emphasis will also be placed on guiding students as they develop their critical evaluation and communication skills.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
290

BIOSCI 765

: Translating Biomedical Science into Therapeutic Strategies
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Explores the research involved in development of currently available and potential future cell based biomedical therapeutics. The challenges and wider societal issues which need to be considered when conducting this research will be discussed. Emphasis will also be placed on guiding students as they develop their critical evaluation and communication skills.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
291

BIOSCI 766

: Global Change Ecology
2023 Semester One (1233)
Discusses the profound impacts global change processes have on ecological systems, including climate change, land use change, biodiversity loss and changes in biogeochemical cycles. Covers the complex concepts of global change and approaches for planning and mitigation. Some previous knowledge of ecology is desirable.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
292

CHEM 100

: Molecules that Changed the World
2023 Summer School (1230)
The impact of chemistry on the modern world will be explored by focusing on the stories of specific molecules, including penicillin, DDT and nylon. Their discovery, the underlying chemical principles that explain their behaviour, their impact on our lives including social and scientific issues that arise from their use, and their likely impact on the future will be investigated. No formal prerequisite, but the course assumes a science background at Year 11 or higher.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
293

CHEM 100

: Molecules that Changed the World
2022 Summer School (1220)
The impact of chemistry on the modern world will be explored by focusing on the stories of specific molecules, including penicillin, DDT and nylon. Their discovery, the underlying chemical principles that explain their behaviour, their impact on our lives including social and scientific issues that arise from their use, and their likely impact on the future will be investigated. No formal prerequisite, but the course assumes a science background at Year 11 or higher.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
294

CHEM 100

: Molecules that Changed the World
2020 Summer School (1200)
The impact of chemistry on the modern world will be explored by focusing on the stories of specific molecules, including penicillin, DDT and nylon. Their discovery, the underlying chemical principles that explain their behaviour, their impact on our lives including social and scientific issues that arise from their use, and their likely impact on the future will be investigated. No formal prerequisite, but the course assumes a science background at Year 11 or higher.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
295

CHEM 100G

: Molecules that Changed the World
2020 Summer School (1200)
The impact of chemistry on the modern world will be explored by focusing on the stories of specific molecules, including penicillin, DDT and nylon. Their discovery, the underlying chemical principles that explain their behaviour, their impact on our lives including social and scientific issues that arise from their use, and their likely impact on the future will be investigated. No formal prerequisite, but the course assumes a science background at Year 11 or higher.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
296

CHEM 110

: Chemistry of the Living World
2023 Semester Two (1235)
A foundation for understanding the chemistry of life is laid by exploring the diversity and reactivity of organic compounds. A systematic study of reactivity focuses on the site and mechanism of reaction including application of chemical kinetics. A quantitative study of proton transfer reactions features control of pH of fluids in both living systems and the environment. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 110.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
297

CHEM 110

: Chemistry of the Living World
2023 Semester One (1233)
A foundation for understanding the chemistry of life is laid by exploring the diversity and reactivity of organic compounds. A systematic study of reactivity focuses on the site and mechanism of reaction including application of chemical kinetics. A quantitative study of proton transfer reactions features control of pH of fluids in both living systems and the environment. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 110.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
298

CHEM 110

: Chemistry of the Living World
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A foundation for understanding the chemistry of life is laid by exploring the diversity and reactivity of organic compounds. A systematic study of reactivity focuses on the site and mechanism of reaction including application of chemical kinetics. A quantitative study of proton transfer reactions features control of pH of fluids in both living systems and the environment. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 110.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
299

CHEM 110

: Chemistry of the Living World
2022 Semester One (1223)
A foundation for understanding the chemistry of life is laid by exploring the diversity and reactivity of organic compounds. A systematic study of reactivity focuses on the site and mechanism of reaction including application of chemical kinetics. A quantitative study of proton transfer reactions features control of pH of fluids in both living systems and the environment. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 110.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
300

CHEM 110

: Chemistry of the Living World
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A foundation for understanding the chemistry of life is laid by exploring the diversity and reactivity of organic compounds. A systematic study of reactivity focuses on the site and mechanism of reaction including application of chemical kinetics. A quantitative study of proton transfer reactions features control of pH of fluids in both living systems and the environment. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 110.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions