SES6005 - Research Methods and Applied Statistics
|1.||Critically review relevant and current scholarly literature/s relating to the thesis topic;|
|2.||Conduct a substantial independent research project under supervision with a high level of personal autonomy and accountability;|
|3.||Work collaboratively and ethically in designing and conducting research and communicating research outcomes|
|4.||Interrogate and challenge complex information, and synthesise a range of conceptual and empirical materials to draw defensible conclusions; and|
|5.||Authoritatively and effectively communicate structured, coherent ideas in a sustained written composition at a standard acceptable for academic peer review.|
|Thesis||Minor Thesis - Written work of 14,000 - 16,000 words||Pass/Fail|
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