This unit is one of three Honours thesis units (HEA761, HEA762, HEA763) (previously coded HON441, HON442, HON443) assigned to the School of Health, in which candidates undertaking the Bachelor of Science Honours program (BSCIH) may enrol to complete their research project. The research project comprises 60 credit points (75%) of the total 80 credit points required for the award.
HEA761 is worth 10 credit points and is normally taken with HEA763 (30 credit points) to constitute a full load for one semester i.e. 40 credit points, in a full-time program. For part-time candidates, HEA761 is usually taken with SID400 (Professional Skills) to gain 20 credit points in one semester (e.g. Semester 1), and with SID400 (Special Topics) to gain 20 credit points in another (e.g. Semester 2).
All candidates need to enrol in one or both of the other two Honours thesis units mentioned above to complete their research requirements in this course.
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