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  • Food For a Healthy Planet IIUNIB20014

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    This subject will use a variety of delivery tools including in-class lecture, case analysis, problems, invited expert seminars etc. This will include modules on science, health, economics, politics & law, social issues relating to food and food security. The primary aim in this year is to eng...

  • Climate Change III: Responding to ChangeUNIB30003

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    This final subject of the climate change breadth sequence will provide a capstone and integrated assessment experience related to this climate change mitigation, impact assessment or adaptation. A key part of this subject is a project on an applied problem that may be undertaken with a partner su...

  • Global Health, Security & SustainabilityUNIB30002

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    "Global health, Security & Sustainability" is a new and exciting subject that explores the root causes of disease, poverty, injustice and inequity that exist in the world today. It will feature eminent speakers from a range of academic disciplines to provide students with diverse approaches ...

  • Our Planet, Our HealthUNIB10017

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    This interdisciplinary subject will introduce students to the core concepts of One Health in its broadest sense, as a concept that describes the interconnectedness of the health of humans, animals and the environment. Key themes that will be explored during the course, with reference to case stud...

  • Bachelor of AgricultureB-AGR

    Undergraduate courseYear:2019

    The Bachelor of Agriculture provides students with a sound understanding of the structure and operation of agricultural production industries of Australia, as well as an understanding of Australia’s role in global food and fibre production. Students will develop an understanding of fundamental s...

  • Insects Shaping SocietyUNIB10018

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    This breadth subject explores the interactions of bees and other insects with societies worldwide. From the traditions of ancient Egypt and Asia, to modern day Europe, insects are central, not only in the production of food, and spreading of disease but also play an important role in religion, la...

  • Water for Sustainable FuturesUNIB20012

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    In recent decades the importance of regulating water and its wider implications have been the subject of great debate. Water is no longer viewed solely in hydrological terms, where its supply and allocation are considered to be the only determinants important in understanding how it is regulated....

  • Journalism TodayUNIB30011

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    Journalism is an area of key social importance in the contemporary world, and a practical knowledge of journalistic processes is important not only to media practitioners, but in a range of fields where the quality of public communication is of vital significance. This University Breadth subject ...

  • Catastrophes as Turning PointsUNIB10013

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    There is much to be learned from failure, and in recent history there has been no shortage of examples of human-made catastrophes - the Bhopal Chemical spill, the Tuskegee syphilis experiment, the Challenger explosion, the Thalidomide disaster, the release of Cane Toads, the Chernobyl nuclear mel...

  • Generating the Wealth of NationsUNIB10010

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    This subject provides an introduction to the development of economic activity in the world in the past 300 years. The main objectives are to present an overview of the main phases and episodes in the evolution of the world economy in the past 300 years, and to develop an understanding of the role...

  • Drugs That Shape SocietyUNIB20008

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    Drugs that Shape Society is a compelling story of drugs that provides insight to us as individuals and as a society. Drugs impact our lives in many different ways. Social responses to their use have shaped our laws, the health system, commerce – even foreign policies.In Australia the use of thera...

  • Food for a Healthy PlanetUNIB10009

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    Food is a basic human need. But what should we eat? Not all food is good for us, and a balance between diet and exercise is required for a healthy life. Likewise, not all food production methods are good for the environment. Again, a balance between human needs and the health of our environment i...

  • Logic: Language and InformationUNIB10002

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    Information is everywhere: in our words and our world, our thoughts and our theories, our devices and our databases. Logic is the study of that information: the features it has, how it's represented, and how we can manipulate it. Learning logic helps you formulate and answer questions about infor...

  • Wines of the WorldUNIB30008

    Offered:February, JulyYear:2019

    The practice of drinking wine, often with matching food, is an important component of social and business interaction in many but not all modern societies. It is a practice that raises conflicting issues relating to its social, economic and health impacts on society. This subject will focus on t...

  • The Secret Life of the Body 1UNIB10011

    Offered:Semester 1, Semester 2Year:2019

    Ever thought about how we actually see, hear, taste, smell and touch? How do musicians, dancers, artists, athletes, martial artists and yoga practitioners do what they do? And how does this relate to findings and hidden secrets in scientific research about the body and the brain?   In an incre...

  • Same-Sex Desire and TranssexualityUNIB20016

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    This subject examines same-sex desire and transsexuality as understood by a variety of disciplines, including genetics, history, law, medicine and pedagogy. Through interdisciplinary team teaching, and a range of learning and assessment activities, students will be introduced to the ways in which...

  • Philosophy, Politics and EconomicsUNIB10014

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    This subject will provide a foundation in ethical, political, and economic methodologies that will be bought to bear on the analysis and evaluation of the processes and institutions that shape society. Areas of major public debate concerning justice and the distribution of resources will be exami...

  • Critical Thinking With DataUNIB10006

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    This subject teaches students to become critical users of data-based evidence. Future journalists, political scientists, sociologists, lawyers, health professionals, psychologists, environmental scientists, business people, engineers, scientists and teachers will develop skills in identifying the...

  • Our Planet, Our Health IIUNIB20020

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    This interdisciplinary subject will challenge students by covering key One Health threats and responses, considering the interconnectedness of the health of humans, animals and the environment. Key themes that will be explored during the course, with reference to case studies, will include: The ...

  • Food for a Healthy Planet IIIUNIB30010

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    Food for a Healthy Planet III is about the many facets of modern food systems and the roles, availability and requirements demanded of food in Australia and internationally. Changing dietary requirements by consumers and changing expectations about the desired characteristics of the products of t...