Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The aim of this program is to provide advanced study at a fourth year level which builds on the knowledge and skills developed at degree level, and to prepare students for postgraduate research by developing skills in working independently, critical analysis of information, problem-solving, devising, designing and conducting experimental work and written and oral communication. This Honours Degree by research assists students to undertake high level cognitive reasoning and communication skills to develop a clear rationale for their research project. They develop advanced technical skills in their particular field of endeavour, and apply this to solve a novel research problem. They critically analyse the literature and own research results in context of current knowledge, thus analysing these results to solve their complex research problem. Through both written and oral communication, they transmit this knowledge to peers as well as external to the institution via conferences and publications. Students complete an independent research project and are then eligible for entry into a doctoral research program.
96 credit points
- Nutrition and food sciences
Standard entry requirements
- A degree or equivalent with major studies in a relevant discipline
- Have obtained a 'credit' average, or equivalent, in the final year of the degree
Nutrition and food research, further studies to PhD, research assistant.
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