This unit is one of three Honours thesis units assigned to the School of Health NUR761, NUR762, NUR763 (previously HON471, HON472, HON473), in which candidates undertaking the Bachelor of Science (Honours) program (BSCIH) may enrol to complete their research project in a nursing discipline.
The research project comprises 60 credit points (75%) of the total of 80 credit points required for the award. The remaining 20 credit points can be taken in any subject on discussion with your supervisor, however it is recommended that this includes at least 10cp on a research subject.
Full time candidates normally take NUR763 (30 credit points) plus a 10 cp coursework subject (e.g. PMH588 Qualitative Research methods; IND390 Indigenous Knowledge Project (previously CAS311 Issues in Indigenous Research Methodologies)) in each semester. Alternatively, you may choose to take NUR761 (10 credit points) and NUR763 (30 credit points) to constitute a full load for one semester and NUR762 (20 credit points) plus two 10 cp coursework subjects in the other semester.
For part-time candidates, NUR761 is usually taken with a 10cp coursework subject (e.g. PMH588 Qualitative Research methods) to gain 20 credit points in one semester (e.g. Semester 1), and NUR761 repeated with a second coursework subject (e.g. IND390 Indigenous Knowledge Project (previously CAS311 Issues in Indigenous Research Methodologies)) to gain 20 credit points in another semester (e.g. Semester 2). NUR762 (20 credit points) is then repeated over two semesters to complete the Honours course requirements.
You must complete a total of 60 honours thesis credit points to complete the research requirements for this course.
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