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Master of Applied Science students (K7J1, 5 and 6) should discuss their enrolment in this unit with the course coordinator. Enrolment in the distance mode is not available to on-shore international Master of Applied Science students (K7J1, 5 and 6) students.


This subject is an assignment-based unit in which you are required to produce a review of the current research in a particular area. The topic is chosen in consultation with the Head of School and/or MSc Applied Science Coursework Unit Coordinator to complement your proposed area of specialisation. For further details on this unit, contact the Degree Coordinator.

Summary 2021

Unit name Academic Skills for Agri-food Research
Unit code KLA483
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Sciences and Engineering
Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture
Discipline Agriculture and Food Systems
Teaching staff

Dr Shane Powell (Co-ordinator)

Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No



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Weekly tutorials and one-on-one sessions with individual supervisor as required.


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