HSH734 - Major Project B
2022 unit information
Trimester 1: Burwood (Melbourne), CBD*, Cloud (online)
|Cohort rule:||This unit is only available to students enrolled in H704 - Master of Health Economics, H709 - Master of Disability and Inclusion, H756 - Master of Health and Human Services Management, H757 - Master of Public Health more...|
Except for H709, students must have a WAM of 70 or over to be eligible to undertake HSH733/734.
Students enrolled in H704 must have been completed HSH733 and 6 of the following units:
Students enrolled in H709 must have completed HSH733 and the following units:
Students enrolled in H756 must have completed HSH725 and HSH733 and 5 of the following units:
Students enrolled in H757 must have completed HSH733 and 6 of the following units: HSH701, HSH702, HSH703, HSH725, HSH728, HSH744, HSH746, HSH769
Students enrolled in H759 must have completed HSH733 and 6 of the following units:
Students will on average spend 300 hours over the teaching period undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.
|Scheduled learning activities - campus||
Online independent and collaborative learning, including 4 x 2 hour online seminars. Students will engage in regular on campus or online contact with project supervisor throughout trimester (as negotiated).
|Scheduled learning activities - cloud (online)||
Online independent and collaborative learning, including 4 x 2 hour online seminars. Students will engage in regular online contact with project supervisor throughout trimester (as negotiated).
*CBD refers to the National Indigenous Knowledges, Education, Research and Innovation (NIKERI) Institute; Community Based Delivery
The major project is worth four credit points comprising HSH733 and HSH734. These are undertaken sequentially by undertaking the major project over two trimesters (students enrol in HSH733 in one trimester followed by HSH734 in the next trimester.
The aim of this unit is to enable students to develop research skills and knowledge in developing, designing and conducting a small research study relative to health promotion or public health. Specific objectives are to: learn how to identify a research topic; develop skills in information retrieval and the critical analysis of published material; develop a research protocol that involves the collection, analysis and interpretation of data; produce a written report that demonstrates evidence of research ability and written communication skills; present the findings to faculty and fellow students (using PowerPoint).
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