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  • Urban Precinct StudioABPL30052

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Not offered in 2018 Year: 2018

    The focus of this studio is on the development or redevelopment of a precinct-scale site. Students will undertake site investigations and prepare analysis that will lead into developing a vision for the precinct and a related urban design and planning framework. The future imagining of the precin...

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  • Urban Precinct StudioABPL30060

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 2 Year: 2018

    The focus of this studio is on the development or redevelopment of a precinct-scale site. Students will undertake site investigations and prepare analysis that will lead into developing a vision for the precinct and a related urban design and planning framework. The future imagining of the precin...

    • Semester 2
      Principal coordinatorHyungmin Kim
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hours2 hours of lecture and 6 hours of studio per week.
      Total time commitment340 hours
      Teaching period23 July 2018 to 21 October 2018
      Last self-enrol date 3 August 2018
      Census date31 August 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail21 September 2018
      Assessment period ends16 November 2018

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  • Urban Soils, Substrates and WaterERTH90028

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 2 Year: 2018

    Urban soils can present distinct and unique challenges to the land manager, landscape architect or horticulturist responsible for developing, maintaining or improving urban landscapes. Often compacted, contaminated, or otherwise unsuitable for plant growth, urban soils require assessment, solutio...

    • Semester 2
      Principal coordinatorStephen Livesley
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Burnley
      Contact hours36
      Teaching period23 July 2018 to 21 October 2018
      Last self-enrol date 3 August 2018
      Census date31 August 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail21 September 2018
      Assessment period ends16 November 2018

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  • Urban Transport PoliticsABPL90056

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 1 Year: 2018

    This subject explores the politics of transport planning in cities and regions. It examines recent examples of transport planning in Australian cities and globally with a particular emphasis on how patterns of mobility and automobility have come to influence transport planning decisions. A dilemm...

    • Semester 1
      Principal coordinatorCrystal Legacy
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hours
      Total time commitment170 hours
      Teaching period26 February 2018 to 27 May 2018
      Last self-enrol date 9 March 2018
      Census date31 March 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail 4 May 2018
      Assessment period ends22 June 2018
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  • Urban Tree Growth and FunctionHORT90041

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:February Year: 2018

    Environmental stresses such as drought, extreme heat and severe wind events are increasing in their severity in urban environments. This subject aims to help students understand how and why urban trees are vulnerable to such stresses. Urban tree biology and function is constantly compromised thro...

    • February
      Principal coordinatorGregory Moore
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Burnley
      Contact hours42 hours of lectures/seminars/workshops
      Teaching period12 February 2018 to 17 February 2018
      Last self-enrol date13 February 2018
      Census date 2 March 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail13 April 2018
      Assessment period ends12 May 2018

      February contact information

      Academic Support Officer - Vicki Mimis
      Email: v.mimis@unimelb.edu.au

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  • Urban Tree HealthHORT90044

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:November Year: 2018

    This subject aims to provide students with an understanding of the impact of the invasion of trees by pests and other parasitic organisms in urban and other forest environments. Students will gain an understanding of the identification of common pest and disease species; understand the symptoms d...

    • November
      Principal coordinatorNick Collett
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Burnley
      Contact hours42 hours of lectures/seminars/workshops
      Teaching period26 November 2018 to 1 December 2018
      Last self-enrol date27 November 2018
      Census date14 December 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail25 January 2019
      Assessment period ends24 February 2019

      November contact information

      Academic Support Officer - Vicki Mimis
      Email: v.mimis@unimelb.edu.au

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  • Urban Tree ManagementHORT20019

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 2 Year: 2018

    This subject aims to provide students with a thorough understanding of the care and management of trees in urban settings. The content will include tree anatomy and structure, tree growth and function, tree root systems, tree pathology and health, methods of tree assessment and evaluation, tree p...

    • Semester 2
      Principal coordinatorSarah Priestley
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Burnley
      Contact hours24 hours of lectures, 24 hours of practicals/seminars/field trips. Total: 48 hours.
      Total time commitment170 hours
      Teaching period23 July 2018 to 21 October 2018
      Last self-enrol date 3 August 2018
      Census date31 August 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail21 September 2018
      Assessment period ends16 November 2018

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  • Urban Water ManagementHORT10015

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 2 Year: 2018

    Water is essential for plant growth. In a world where climate is changing this resource is becoming scarce and expensive, therefore it is important to value water and to use it wisely. This subject develops students’ understanding of the relationship between achieving optimal plant growth in an u...

    • Semester 2
      Principal coordinatorTim Fletcher
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Burnley
      Contact hours24 hours lectures, 24 hours tutorials and practical/project activities. Total: 48 hours
      Teaching period23 July 2018 to 21 October 2018
      Last self-enrol date 3 August 2018
      Census date31 August 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail21 September 2018
      Assessment period ends16 November 2018

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  • Urinary Reproductive Tracts Lymph NodesVETS90041

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Semester 1, Semester 2 Year: 2018

      This subject will focus on the urinary and reproductive tracts and lymph nodes. Each topic will be covered in separate tutorials. The tutorials will comprise be of a didactic nature with multiple still and video images to complement the text. Students will be required to obtain images from the...

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  • USA and the WorldHIST30065

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 1 Year: 2018

    The subject examines the relationship between the United States and the rest of the world in the 20th century. The subject explores America's rise to global power, the ideological foundations of U.S. foreign policy, and how, why, and with what effects the United States has exercised its power. We...

    • Semester 1
      Principal coordinatorBarbara Keys
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hours29 hours – 12 x 1.5 hour lectures and 11 x 1 hour tutorials
      Total time commitment170 hours
      Teaching period26 February 2018 to 27 May 2018
      Last self-enrol date 9 March 2018
      Census date31 March 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail 4 May 2018
      Assessment period ends22 June 2018

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  • Usability EngineeringINFO30004

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Semester 1 Year: 2018

    AIMS How do you design information and communication technologies that are useful, usable and satisfying? Usability Engineering addresses this question. Usability is now a vital part of the IT industry for both work and leisure. We can see usability (or the lack of it) in the design of tablets, ...

    • Semester 1
      Principal coordinatorMartin Gibbs
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hours36 hours, comprising of two 1 hour lectures and one 1 hour tutorial per week.
      Total time commitment170 hours
      Teaching period26 February 2018 to 27 May 2018
      Last self-enrol date 9 March 2018
      Census date31 March 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail 4 May 2018
      Assessment period ends22 June 2018

      Semester 1 contact information

      Dr Martin Gibbs

      email: martin.gibbs@unimelb.edu.au

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  • Usability Evaluation MethodsINFO20004

    Undergraduate subject Offered:Not offered in 2018 Year: 2018

    AIMS How do we know if our digital designs will be usable and useful when people take them up in their work or social lives? Poor designs lead to errors and frustration and result in a substantial waste of money and resources. It is crucial that digital designers carefully evaluate and iterate t...

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  • US Competition Law and PolicyLAWS70320

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Not offered in 2018 Year: 2018

    While the legislation governing competition (antitrust) law differs across jurisdictions, the methods of analysis have become very similar. The United States (US) has the longest and deepest experience with the application of such legislation. Every competition lawyer will benefit from familiarit...

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  • US Contract LawLAWS90032

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Not offered in 2018 Year: 2018

    Many international transactions choose the law of a US jurisdiction as governing law—especially New York or Californian law. This subject covers doctrines distinctive to US contract law, with attention to important differences between New York and California. US contract law derives from the comm...

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  • US Copyright Law and PracticeLAWS90104

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:Not offered in 2018 Year: 2018Quotas apply

    The subject will cover the relationship of statutory to constitutional norms, particularly with respect to US copyright’s accommodation of freedom of expression. The copyright 'Subject Matter' topic will include applied art and computer programs – works whose protection courts have not easily res...

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  • US Environmental Law and PolicyLAWS90116

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:March Year: 2018Quotas apply

    This subject focuses on legal and policy issues concerning the regulation of environmental quality. The first part of the subject considers the theoretical foundations of environmental regulation, including economic and non-economic perspectives on environmental degradation; the scientific predic...

    • March
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hours24-34 hours
      Total time commitment150 hours
      Pre teaching start date20 February 2018
      Pre teaching requirementsThe pre-teaching period commences four weeks before the subject commencement date. From this time, students are expected to access and review the Reading Guide that will be available from the LMS subject page and the subject materials provided by the subject coordinator, which will be available from Melbourne Law School. Refer to the Reading Guide for confirmation of which resources need to be read and what other preparation is required before the teaching period commences.
      Teaching period14 March 2018 to 20 March 2018
      Last self-enrol date23 February 2018
      Census date14 March 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail13 April 2018
      Assessment period ends14 May 2018

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  • US Foreign PolicyPOLS90007

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:February Year: 2018

    This subject examines the formation and conduct of US foreign policy.It explores the actors, ideas, interests and institutions that shape US foreign policy, including the role of the President, the Executive branch, Congress, interest groups, lobbies, and political culture, including debates abou...

    • February
      Principal coordinatorTimothy Lynch
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hoursThis subject is comprised of seminars and workshops delivered as an intensive over four consecutive days (approx 30 hours total)
      Total time commitment170 hours
      Teaching period12 February 2018 to 15 February 2018
      Last self-enrol date12 February 2018
      Census date 2 March 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail 6 April 2018
      Assessment period ends30 April 2018

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  • Using Data To Build Learning PathwaysEDUC90756

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:July Year: 2018

    In this subject, participants will develop a theoretical and practical understanding of the principles of assessment and reporting for students with additional needs. The emphasis will be on data collection, its purpose, and strengths and weaknesses of various approaches that are consistent with ...

    • July
      Principal coordinatorLisa Mckay-Brown
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hours24
      Total time commitment170 hours
      Pre teaching start date16 July 2018
      Pre teaching requirementsDuring the pre-teaching period, students are requried to read the Schedule folder on the subject's LMS site and to complete preparatory reading which can be downloaded from the Readings & Recources section of the subject's LMS site.
      Teaching period22 July 2018 to 16 September 2018
      Last self-enrol date17 July 2018
      Census date10 August 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail21 September 2018
      Assessment period ends26 October 2018

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  • Using Data to Improve LearningEDUC90939

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:March Year: 2018

    This subject examines the interpretation and use of assessment data in a range of settings from Early Childhood to Tertiary. Various approaches to the interpretation of assessment data are examined, including criterion and standards referenced methods, with an emphasis on the reliability of data ...

    • March
      Principal coordinatorPam Robertson
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hours
      Total time commitment170 hours
      Pre teaching start date24 February 2018
      Pre teaching requirementsDuring the pre-teaching period, students should access the LMS.
      Teaching period 3 March 2018 to 19 May 2018
      Last self-enrol date26 February 2018
      Census date16 March 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail27 April 2018
      Assessment period ends 4 June 2018

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  • Using EvidencePADM90008

    Graduate coursework subject Offered:October Year: 2018

    Using Evidence is one of the core subjects in the Melbourne Master of Public Administration. The Melbourne MPA is an interdisciplinary, globally-focused degree program for managers that work within or with government. This subject is one of three professionally-oriented subjects and it builds on ...

    • October
      Principal coordinatorJeff Borland
      Mode of deliveryOn Campus — Parkville
      Contact hours24 hours total: this subject is delivered as an intensive over 3 days
      Total time commitment170 hours
      Pre teaching start date 5 October 2018
      Pre teaching requirements Students will be required to access the LMS and the readings provided in order to prepare for the first assessment task. Note: this is due in the week prior to face-to-face class.. Students will be able to contact the subject coordinator for support during the pre-teaching period.
      Teaching period19 October 2018 to 21 October 2018
      Last self-enrol date 8 October 2018
      Census date19 October 2018
      Last date to withdraw without fail 9 November 2018
      Assessment period ends30 November 2018

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