60 units for -

Course Code Units Course Title
ANAT1005 2 Anatomical Basis of Human Movement
BIOM1051 2 Introductory Cellular Physiology
BIOM1052 2 Integrated Anatomy and Physiology
CHEM1090 2 Introductory Chemistry [1]
CHEM1100 2 Chemistry 1
CHEM1200 2 Chemistry 2
ENGG4020 2 Systems Safety Engineering
ENVM1002 2 Critical Analysis in Environmental Management
ENVM2000 2 Environmental Data Analysis
ENVM3103 2 Regulatory Frameworks for Environmental Management & Planning
LAWS2800 2 Occupational Health & Safety Law
MGTS1601 2 Organisational Behaviour
OHSS1000 2 Introduction to Occupational Health & Safety
OHSS2000 2 Occupational Health
OHSS2001 2 Occupational Safety Science
OHSS3000 2 Occupational Hygiene 1
OHSS3001 2 Physical Ergonomics
OHSS3002 2 Risk Management
OHSS3003 2 Occupational Hygiene 2
OHSS3004 2 Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems
OHSS4000 2 Professional Practice & Emerging Issues in Occupational Health & Safety
OHSS4004 2 Research & Evaluation of Interventions in OHS
OHSS4012 4 Industry Placement
OHSS4014 4 Industry Research Project in Occupational Health and Safety Science
PHYS1171 2 Physical Basis of Biological Systems
PLAN3001 2 Applied Research Methods
PSYC1020 2 Introduction to Psychology: Minds, Brains and Behaviour
PSYC3062 2 Introduction to Human Factors

4 units from -

Course Code Units Course Title
ENVM2100 2 Sustainable Development
ENVM2512 2 Fire Ecology & Management
ENVM2522 2 Carbon & Energy Management
ENVM3104 2 International Regulatory Frameworks for Climate Change & Environmental Management
ENVM3203 2 Tools for Environmental Assessment and Analysis
ENVM3525 2 Sustainable Business Practice
GEOG2205 2 Global Population Issues
MGTS2604 2 Introduction to Human Resource Management
MGTS2607 2 Employment Relations
MGTS3602 2 Managing Workplace Conflict
MINE4121 2 Mine Management
PUBH2004 2 Understanding Health Behaviours

End notes

  • [1] CHEM1090 is compulsory for students who have not passed Chemistry (or equivalent) in secondary school. CHEM1090 is not available to students who have passed secondary school Chemistry (or equivalent) and those students should choose an elective course instead.