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  1. Course code: APHD208 Credits: 8.0|3

    28 Oct 2015: To demonstrate knowledge of and skills in aspects of chemical waving and of the neutralising process and its effect on the hair shaft.

  2. Course code: DCPD620 Credits: 15.0

    21 Jun 2012: Enable the student to learn to create, present and design 3D parametric models and assemblies using Autodesk Inventor with a focus of assuring design intent.

  3. Course code: CICT430 Credits: 15.0

    14 Jun 2012: To provide students with calculation and introductory problem-solving skills.

  4. Course code: LABT703 Credits: 15.0

    22 May 2012: To enable students to integrate and further develop their understanding of how physical and chemical processes relate to global and local environmental problems. Emphasis will be placed on quantitative understanding.

  5. Course code: LABT709 Credits: 15.0

    22 May 2012: This course provides students with an understanding of how microorganisms can be used to produce a variety of specific products or manipulated to perform a diverse range of useful tasks.

  6. Course code: AD331CC Credits: 5.0|5

    14 Oct 2015: This is a unit standard assessed course using MYOB software to process accounts receivable and accounts payable. On successful completion of this course students will be able to process accounts receivable and payable using MYOB software, produce

  7. Course code: BSWR500 Credits: 15.0

    29 Oct 2012: To provide opportunities for students to be conversant with a range of sources of information, and to explore different ways of knowing and phases of inquiry processes.

  8. Course code: BSWR600 Credits: 15.0

    29 Oct 2012: To provide opportunities for students to foster an ongoing sense of enquiry and a commitment to research as a part of social work practice.

  9. Course code: BSWR700 Credits: 15.0

    29 Oct 2012: To provide opportunities for students to be critical consumers of research; to foster a commitment to research in practice and in the workplace; to encourage an ongoing sense of enquiry and to enable students to undertake practice informed by

  10. Course code: CPR13 Credits: 32.0|5|6|5|8|6|4

    13 Oct 2015: