University Course Planner The University of Adelaide Australia

SCIENCE 2300 - Principles & Practice of Research (Advanced) II

Career: Undergraduate
Units: 3
Term: Semester 1
Campus: North Terrace
Contact: Up to 8 hours per week
Restriction: Available to BSc (Advanced) students only
Available for Study Abroad and Exchange: No
Available for Non-Award Study: No
Discovery Experience – Working: Yes
Assessment: Writing tasks, oral presentation
Syllabus:

Science 2300 is intended to expose students to the university research environment and familiarise them with the practice of research, including the experimental and theoretical paradigms of specific scientific disciplines. The course builds on the principles of scientific research introduced in Science 1100. Students will be immersed into contemporary programs of research through engagement with a number of different academic researchers, each of whom will present a current problem or project from their own research. Students will read and analyse current scientific literature, and will develop insights into the practise of scientific investigation though tutorials and written critical reviews. In addition, students will choose an academic mentor, who will supervise the exploration of a specific scientific research topic. Through a series of individual mentor meetings, students will develop a talk on their research subject, to be delivered at an end-of-semester symposium. These engaging 'research attachments' enhance a student's understanding of scientific methods and critical thinking. Students will emerge with a clearer understanding of the roles various people play in scientific discovery and some of the career paths a degree in science can make possible.

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Commonwealth supported
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Undergraduate
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Units
EFTSL
Amount
3
0.125
          
  


Course Outline

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Critical Dates

Term Last Day to Add Online Census Date Last Day to WNF Last Day to WF
Semester 1 Tue 15/03/2022 Thu 24/03/2022 Fri 06/05/2022 Fri 10/06/2022


Class Details

Enrolment Class: Seminar
Class Nbr Section Size Available Dates Days Time Location
15219 SE01 80 65 28 Feb - 28 Feb Monday 4pm - 6pm Mawson, 134, Sprigg Room
14 Mar - 28 Mar Monday 4pm - 6pm Mawson, 134, Sprigg Room
2 May - 6 Jun Monday 4pm - 6pm Mawson, 134, Sprigg Room
Note: This course is not available for remote study - not available to students located overseas or interstate.