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The aims of the Honours program are to extend the candidate's knowledge and expertise within a selected discipline area and to prepare the candidate for employment or more extensive scientific research, which may lead to MSc and PhD degrees.
The Honours program comprises:
A major part of the program is a research project carried out under the supervision of an academic member (or members) of the School. The project should be such that it can reasonably be completed in 6-8 months and the nature of the project should be such that it can be expected to result in a paper publishable in a recognised scientific journal.
Students will be required to:
Three coursework modules will also be completed, including:
The research interests of the staff are broad and include environmental science, biological and biomedical science, chemical and forensic science.
List of Honours projects for 2011:
|Burwood:||Angelina Del Bianco (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Geelong:||Jo Surkitt (email@example.com)|
|Warrnambool:||Sue Frances (firstname.lastname@example.org)|