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Hobart, Launceston

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Unit name Research and Design Experience - Intermediate
Unit code KAA307
Credit points 25
Faculty/School College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Natural Sciences
Discipline Plant Science|Zoology
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Learning Outcomes

1. Design a STEM research or design project in response to a negotiated problem or opportunity in society

2. Select and Implement an appropriate research or design method for a project to be performed under academic supervision

3. Complete a research or design project through working effectively, responsibly, safely and ethically in an individual or team context

4. Collect, accurately record, interpret and draw conclusions from scientific data

5. Communicate research or design project results to an academic audience via an oral presentation




Completion of 100 credit points in a Bachelor Degree

Mutual Exclusions

You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:


Teaching Pattern

The unit consists of 6 to 8 weeks (ca. 300 hours) project activity, or equivalent.

Tuition pattern will be discussed by the unit coordinator with students, as it will vary with the duration of the study period in which the unit is undertaken.


AT1 – Plan a STEM research or design project, 20%;

AT2 - Undertake a research or design project under academic supervision, 60%;

AT3 - Communicate a research or design project as an oral presentation to an academic audience, 20%

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