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3351

FORENSIC 703

: Statistics and Molecular Biology for Forensic Science
2020 Semester One (1203)
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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3352

FORENSIC 704

: Techniques and Applications for Forensic Science
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Analytical techniques: GC, HPLC, GC-MS chromatography, IR and UV spectroscopy. Applications: toxicology, illicit drugs, sports drugs, racing chemistry. Physical and trace evidence.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director

Outline is not available yet

3353

FORENSIC 707A

: Project in Forensic Science
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707

Outline is not available yet

3354

FORENSIC 707A

: Project in Forensic Science
2021 Semester One (1213)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707

Outline is not available yet

3355

FORENSIC 707A

: Project in Forensic Science
2020 Semester One (1203)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707

Outline is not available yet

3356

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2024 Semester Two (1245)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707
3357

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2024 Semester One (1243)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707
3358

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2023 Semester Two (1235)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707
3359

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2023 Semester One (1233)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707
3360

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707
3361

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2022 Semester One (1223)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707

Outline is not available yet

3362

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707

Outline is not available yet

3363

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2021 Semester One (1213)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707
3364

FORENSIC 707B

: Project in Forensic Science
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A research essay on an aspect of forensic science.
Subject: Forensic Science
Prerequisite: Permission of Programme Director
Restriction: FORENSIC 705 To complete this course students must enrol in FORENSIC 707 A and B, or FORENSIC 707

Outline is not available yet

3365

GEOG 103G

: Mapping Our World
2024 Semester Two (1245)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3366

GEOG 103G

: Mapping Our World
2024 Semester One (1243)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3367

GEOG 103G

: Mapping Our World
2022 Semester One (1223)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3368

GEOG 103G

: Mapping Our World
2022 Summer School (1220)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3369

GEOG 104G

: Cities and Urbanism
2024 Semester Two (1245)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3370

GEOG 104G

: Cities and Urbanism
2023 Semester Two (1235)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3371

GEOG 104G

: Cities and Urbanism
2022 Semester Two (1225)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3372

GEOG 262

: Geomorphology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Introduces fundamental concepts in geomorphology for geologists and physical geographers. Key aspects of geomorphology, sedimentology, and earth surface processes are introduced by studying the temporal and spatial development of coastal and river landforms. Applied techniques for earth and environmental sciences, including field, remote sensing, GIS mapping, and modelling.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 262

Outline is not available yet

3373

GEOG 324

: Critical Perspectives on Sustainable Development
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A critical evaluation of the challenges of sustainable development emphasising the structural and political factors that contribute to unequal development relations. Introduces a variety of theoretical frameworks to interrogate sustainable development strategies and solutions. The course focuses on integrating research and theory into practical learning.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II

Outline is not available yet

3374

GEOG 352

: Landscape, Environment and Heritage
2023 Semester One (1233)
An examination of environmental change from a historical geography perspective. Approaches to investigating and understanding the transformation of environments are explored, and processes driving creation of different types of landscapes including heritage places are considered. The course enables students to place the modern environment within a historical context.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II

Outline is not available yet

3375

GEOG 719

: Geographies of Housing and Urban Change
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Advanced study of housing and urban issues, including the topics of homeownership, asset-based welfare, the politics of housing affordability, housing reforms and the changing dynamics of gentrification. Contemporary issues such as mortgage market dynamics and social rented housing reforms are examined. The course will consider also urban governance, office property investment and development processes, and sites of consumption and spectacle.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet