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  1. Course code: AEIS200 Credits: 11.0

    11 Dec 2013:

  2. Course code: BCIT251 Credits: 15.0

    2 Apr 2015: The aim of this course is to give students an understanding of and experience in, multimedia application development.

  3. Course code: BPAE308 Credits: 20.0

    15 Dec 2013: This course provides skills and knowledge to carry out servicing and repairs to transmissions and drivelines.

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    1 Jun 2018: About the Bachelor of Design. The Bachelor of Design is an applied contemporary design programme that aims to enable applied design across a range of media through creative idea development in a context of socially-responsive studio practice.

  5. Course code: AUFD136 Credits: 2.0

    17 Dec 2013:

  6. Course code: BDPH511 Credits: 15.0

    9 Sep 2015: To explore basic theoretical and conceptual ideas that underpin the construction of meaning and to apply these to creative outcomes

  7. Course code: WEPT671 Credits: 6.0

    19 Jul 2013: To be able to join steel to meet stringent industry standards. Students are able to prepare the equipment and materials, and work to codes and standards.

  8. Course code: WEPT676 Credits: 6.0

    19 Jul 2013: People credited with this unit are able to: maintain a safe worksite; prepare equipment and join stainless steel sheet with the gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process; and demonstrate knowledge of the materials used and quality assurance processes.

  9. Course code: WEPT682 Credits: 6.0

    19 Jul 2013: This course aims to train students to recognise hazards and safely use the manual metal arc welding (MMAW) process to join steel to meet a general purpose industry standard.

  10. Course code: WEPT688 Credits: 12.0

    19 Jul 2013: People credited with this unit standard are able to: maintain a safe worksite; prepare equipment and join stainless steel tube in position using the gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process; and demonstrate knowledge of the materials used and quality