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UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECTS

Students are advised that all subjects are offered on condition that staff and resources are available.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO STUDENTS REGARDING PLACEMENT AND PRACTICUMS

Process needed for students going on placement/practicums.

Where students are undertaking a placement activity in satisfaction of a requirement as part of an approved course of study, prior to being allowed to go on placement, the placement Coordinator will ensure that all of the following requirements have been satisfied.

MODES OF DELIVERY FOR SUBJECTS

Internal (I) Subjects offered via internal mode require regular attendance at classes over most weeks of a study period and are usually held on campus. Internal mode subjects offered during Semester 1 (Study Period 1) or Semester 2 (Study Period 2) are generally of 13 weeks duration.
Block (B) Subjects offered via block mode require attendance at classes conducted via block teaching sessions and may be held on or off campus. For example classes may be held from 9.00am - 5.00pm Saturday and Sunday for three consecutive weekends, or may be held three nights per week for, say, four weeks.
Limited (L) Subjects offered via limited attendance mode are offered via flexible delivery and require some on-campus attendance for classes. Flexible delivery may incorporate the delivery of teaching material wholly or in part via the Internet, print material or CD Rom. Practicum subjects are sometimes recorded as limited attendance mode subjects.
External (X) Subjects offered via external mode are offered by flexible delivery and require no on-campus attendance for classes. Flexible delivery may incorporate the delivery of teaching material wholly or in part via the Internet, print material or CD Rom.

CAMPUS LEGEND

The campus/centre of offer is shown at the beginning of each subject offering. A description of each campus/centre appears below.
Townsville James Cook University, Townsville
Cairns James Cook University, Cairns
Mackay James Cook University, Mackay
Mount Isa James Cook University, Mt Isa
Thursday Isl James Cook University, Thursday Island
Holmes Sydney James Cook University @ Holmes (Sydney)
Holmes Melb James Cook University @ Holmes (Melbourne)
ITTI Sydney James Cook University @ Information Technology Training Institute (Sydney)
FSN Fiji James Cook University @ Fiji School of Nursing
SingaporeJCU James Cook University @ JCU Singapore
SIMA S’pore James Cook University @ SIMA Singapore
WashingtonBS James Cook University @ Washington Business School (Singapore)
Guangzhou James Cook University @ Guangzhou University (China)
Qingdao James Cook University @ Qingdao (China)
External Offered by external mode – no on-campus attendance required

DISCIPLINE AREAS

Undergraduate subjects are listed here in alpha-numeric order.

Discipline areas are identified by subject code prefixes as follows:

FACULTY OF ARTS, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Anthropology (AN)
Archaeology (AR)
Cinema (CN)
Communications (CU)
Cultural Heritage Studies (AY)
Education (ED) (HM)
English (EL) (LC)
Environmental Science/Geography (EV)
French (FR)
History (HI)
Humanities (HU)
Indigenous Studies (IA)
Japanese (JA)
Journalism (JN)
Mathematics (MA)
Political Science (PL)
Psychology (PY)
Science (SC)
Social Sciences (SS)
Sociology (SY)
Tropical Medicine (TM)
Welfare Studies (WS)
Women’s Studies (WC)

FACULTY OF LAW, BUSINESS AND THE CREATIVE ARTS

Accounting and Finance (CO)
Business (BU)
Communication Design (GA)
COMVAT (CV)
Economics (EC)
Law (LA)
Management (MG)
Music (MU)
Photography (PT)
Theatre (TH)
Tourism (TO)
Visual Arts (VA)

FACULTY OF MEDICINE, HEALTH AND MOLECULAR SCIENCES

Anatomy and Histology (AT)
Biomedical Science (BM)
Chemistry (CH)
Chemistry/Biochemistry (CB)
Health Science (HS)
Medicine (MD)
Microbiology (MI)
Nursing Science (NS)
Occupational Therapy (OT)
Pharmacy (PC)
Physiology and Pharmacology (PP)
Physiotherapy (PS)
Public Health and Tropical Medicine (TM)
Speech Pathology (SL)
Sport and Exercise Science (SP)
Rehabilitation Science (RH)
Tropical Veterinary Science (TV)

FACULTY OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Anthropology (AN)
Aquaculture (AQ)
Archaeology (AR)
Biochemistry (BC)
Biometrics/Biological Sciences (BS)
Botany (BT)
Botany/Zoology (BZ)
Chemistry/Geology (CG)
Chemical Engineering (CL)
Civil and Environmental Engineering (CS)
Computer Systems Engineering (CC)
Computer Science (CP)
Earth Science (EA)
Electrical Engineering (EE)
Engineering (EG)
Environmental Chemistry/Tropical Environment Studies and Geography (CT)
Environmental Science (EV)
Geography (EV)
Information Technology (CP)
Marine Biology (MB)
Mathematics and Statistics (MA)
Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Physics (PH)
Science – general (SC)
Zoology (ZL)

The Academic Units which administer the subjects listed here are as follows:

FACULTY OF ARTS, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Anthropology, Archaeology and Sociology – School of (AN)(AR)(AY) (SS)(SY)
Biomedical and Molecular Sciences – School of (TM)
Education – School of (ED)(HM)
Humanities – School of (CN)(CU)(EL)(FR) (HI)(HU)(JA)(JN) (LC)(PL)
Indigenous Australian Studies – School of (IA)
Mathematical and Physical Sciences – School of (MA)
Psychology – School of (PY)
Science and Engineering – Faculty of (SC)
Social Work and Community Welfare – School of (SS)(WS)
Tropical Environment Studies and Geography – School of (EV)
Women’s Studies – Centre for (WC)

FACULTY OF LAW, BUSINESS AND THE CREATIVE ARTS

Business – School of (BU)(CO)(EC)(MG) (TO)
Law – School of (LA)
Music, Visual Arts and Theatre – College of (CV)(GA)(MU)(PT) (TH)(VA)

FACULTY OF MEDICINE, HEALTH AND MOLECULAR SCIENCES

Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences – School of (AT)(BM)(MI)(PP)(TV)
Medicine – School of (MD)
Medicine, Health and Molecular Sciences – Faculty of (HS)
Nursing Sciences – School of (NS)
Pharmacy and Molecular Sciences – School of (BC)(CB)(CG) (CH)(CT)(PC)
Public Health, Tropical Medicine and Rehabilitation Sciences – School of (OT)(SP)(TM)(HS) (RH)(PS)(SL)

FACULTY OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Anthropology, Archaeology and Sociology – School of (AN)(AR)
Earth Sciences – School of (CG)(EA)
Engineering – School of (CC)(CL)(CS) (EE)(EG)(ME)
Information Technology – School of (CP)
Marine Biology and Aquaculture – School of (AQ)(MB)
Mathematical and Physical Sciences – School of (MA)(PH)
Science and Engineering – Faculty of (SC)
Tropical Biology – School of (BS)(BT)(BZ)(ZL)
Tropical Environment Studies and Geography – School of (CT)(EV)

STUDY PERIODS AND CENSUS DATES

All James Cook University subject offerings are assigned to a study period. There are 12 main study periods, numbered from Study Period 0 through to Study Period 11. There are also a number of additional study periods available only to specific teaching locations or disciplines.

Each study period has a designated:

Each study period is also allocated to a teaching period. The academic year is divided into two teaching periods. Teaching Period 1 is the first six months of the year and Teaching Period 2 is the second six months of the year. Subjects with a census date prior to 1 July fall within Teaching Period 1 and subjects with a census date on or after 1 July fall within Teaching Period 2.

2005 STUDY PERIODS

Study Period Start Date End Date Census Date* Last date for addition or substitution without approval of subject coordinator Last date for withdrawal without academic penalty Date for release of subject results
Main study periods
0 (FY) 21/02/05 02/12/05 06/05/05 04/03/05 02/09/05 19/12/05
1 (Sem 1) 21/02/05 17/06/05 31/03/05 04/03/05 22/04/05 11/07/05
2 (Sem 2) 08/08/05 02/12/05 31/08/05 19/08/05 07/10/05 19/12/05
Other study periods
3 03/01/05 04/03/05 21/01/05 07/01/05 28/01/05 11/04/05
4 21/02/05 29/04/05 31/03/05 25/02/05 31/03/05 11/07/05
5 18/04/05 17/06/05 06/05/05 22/04/05 13/05/05 11/07/05
6 20/06/05 19/08/05 08/07/05 24/06/05 15/07/05 26/09/05
7 11/07/05 19/08/05 22/07/05 15/07/05 22/07/05 26/09/05
8 08/08/05 14/10/05 31/08/05 12/08/05 09/09/05 19/12/05
9 03/10/05 02/12/05 21/10/05 07/10/05 28/10/05 19/12/05
10 05/12/05 20/01/06 23/12/05 09/12/05 23/12/05 10/04/06
11 05/12/05 03/03/06 23/12/05 16/12/05 13/01/06 10/04/06
Underwater imaging subjects only
12 14/11/05 24/12/05 30/11/05 25/11/05 09/12/05 10/04/06
Trimester study periods (mainly used by ITTI)
21 14/03/05 01/07/05 06/05/05 25/03/05 06/05/05 26/09/05
22 11/07/05 28/10/05 31/08/05 22/07/05 31/08/05 19/12/05
23 07/11/05 03/03/06 23/12/05 18/11/05 23/12/05 10/04/06
24 22/08/05 09/12/05 21/10/05 02/09/05 21/10/05 19/12/05
Offshore study periods
31 03/01/05 10/04/05 31/03/05 31/03/05 11/04/05
32 07/03/05 17/07/05 06/05/05 13/05/05 26/09/05
33 20/06/05 20/11/05 22/07/05 These dates for 02/09/05 19/12/05
34 24/10/05 19/03/06 30/11/05 offshore 06/01/06 10/04/06
35 03/01/05 20/02/05 21/01/05 study periods will be 28/01/05 11/04/05
36 14/02/05 10/04/05 31/03/05 advised by each JCU 31/03/05 11/04/05
37 07/03/05 22/05/05 31/03/05 partnership institution. 15/04/05 11/07/05
38 02/05/05 17/07/05 08/07/05 08/07/05 26/09/05
39 20/06/05 02/10/05 22/07/05 12/08/05 19/12/05
40 08/08/05 20/11/05 31/08/05 30/09/05 19/12/05
41 24/10/05 22/01/06 30/11/05 09/12/05 10/04/06
* Census dates do not apply to international students studying through JCU partnership arrangements (such as ITTI, Washington Business School, James Cook University Singapore). The census dates for these students are as established in the offer contract.

CENSUS DATE

A student’s enrolment in a subject is considered to be finalised as at close of business on the last working day on or before the census date.

Students are liable for student contribution amounts, tuition fees or international student fees for subjects in which they are enrolled after the census date for the subject. Withdrawals from subjects must be made, in writing, by the close of business on the last working day on or before the census date.

Government legislation specifies that a student cannot enrol in a subject as a Commonwealth supported student after the census date for the subject.

EXAMINATION AND ASSESSMENT

The final assessment for each subject will be due on or before the end date of the study period in which the subject is taught. The last two weeks of Study Periods 1 and 2 and equivalent weeks for Study Period 0 are reserved for formal examinations. The week prior to each examination period is reserved for study vacation.

The last two weeks of all other study periods are generally allocated for the completion of assessment.

START DATES AND END DATES

In specific circumstances it is sometimes necessary for the teaching of a subject to start prior to the standard start date of the study period or for the subject to finish after the standard end date of the study period. In instances where this occurs, information on the non-standard start date or end date is provided online via JCU’s subject database on the Courses and Degrees webpage.

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