- School of Biophysical Sciences and Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Applied Science Medical Biophysics Top space for title of flyer and Instrumentation Quality Learning, Innovative Research Body text should always start at this point What is Biotechnology? Biotechnology research currently underway is in areas such ‘Biotechnology’ is a set of powerful tools that employ living as development of bioremediation techniques, extraction of organisms (or parts of organisms) to make or modify products, bioactive compounds from natural products for medicinal improve plants or animals, or develop microorganisms for uses, the development of biocompatible body parts, and specific uses. Early biotechnology includes traditional animal molecular biology. and plant breeding techniques, and the use of yeast in making See page 3 for bread, beer, wine and cheese. Modern biotechnology includes Location the industrial use of recombinant DNA cell fusion, novel , Hawthorn campus. hints and tips bioprocessing techniques and bioremediation* . Biotechnology courses at Swinburne Biotechnology is a growth discipline. In 1998, there were 403 Course: Ful l-time US companies dedicated to biotechnology and 70 large Bachelor of Engineering (Biotechnology) Four years* corporations with major investments in biotechnology. Combined US industries are spending an estimated $US 1.5 Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Three years* to 2 billion dollars annually in biotechnology research and Bachelor of Engineering (Biotechnology)/ development**, and this figure is increasing annually. Bachelor of Business Five years* In Australia, interest in biotechnology is just as intense. There Bachelor of Engineering/ is a rapidly developing, globally focussed, biotechnology Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Five years* industry, with strong government support for innovation Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)/ demonstrated by specific biotechnology policies and Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) Four years* programs. Australian biotechnology patents taken out in the Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)/ US have increased 250 percent in recent years, more than Bachelor of Business Four years* double the increase of such patents from the rest of the world***. Bachelor of Science (Honours) (B iotechnology) also available. Career opportunities *Plus optional IBL year The biotechnology industry will play a significant role in generating wealth and employment and is well positioned to Industry-Based Learning A make a significant contribution to the growth of the ustralian These courses include an optional Industry-B ased Learning economy. Swinburne’s suite of biotechnology courses equips segment, in which students are placed in paid, supervised graduates for careers in these exciting areas, including those L employment as part of their degree program. IB gives related to the medical, health, agricultural and environmental students practical experience to add to their academic studies, industries. In addition, students will be given the skills to helps students to focus on their professional development, create and manage commercial biotechnology enterprises. and is a proven advantage in the graduate job market. A ll Industry-Based Learning placements are subject to Biotechnology at Swinburne availability. The biotechnology courses at Swinburne (BSc and BEng) include the studies of bioethics, proteomics, gene therapy, ubject details S genetically modified foods, bioremediation, protein Visit: www.swin.edu.au/coursefinder engineering, forensic science, immunology, nanotechnology, genetic engineering, drug and vaccine design, biomolecular Students who are approved to study research subjects may arrays, stem cell therapy and bioinformatics. choose no more than one of IT8067 Minor Thesis, IT8069 Research P aper, IT8070 Research Report. Continued overleaf Align your "call to action" from this point Allow a minimum clear space of 0.8cm above the sub brand Further information For specific information about this course contact the School of Engineering and Science Telephone (03) 9214 8372. Email: email@example.com Web Site: www.hed.swin.edu.au/ses School of Biophysical Sciences and Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Applied Science Medical Biophysics and Instrumentation Quality Learning, Innovative Research Other subjects Special entry Level 3 subjects Applicants who have at least five years related work experience but no tertiary study, no Year 12 qualification or a Semester 1 (February -- June) non-competitive Year 12 score, may be considered for HIT8018 Database 3 admission if they can demonstrate motivation and ability to HIT8127 Component Modelling and Design succeed. Applicants must have passed the subject HIT8023 Human-Computer Interaction prerequisites as listed under entry requirements. HIT8030 Information Systems Modelling Project (25 CP) HIT8159 Software Quality Management Application procedure HIT8063 UNIX Systems Programming Applications for full-time or part-time places must be made HIT8157 Large Scale System Design through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC). HIT8039 Local Area Networks HIT8142 Object-Oriented Modelling Non-Year 12 applicants visit VTAC website or buy a VTAC HIT8060 Systems Project Management guide from your local Newsagency (contains application HIT8127 Component Modelling and Design forms). HIT8032 Information Systems Management* HIT8088 eCommerce Management* Credit transfer – Pathways Swinburne offers an advanced credit transfer system (the Semester 2 (August -- November) Pathways program). Through Pathways, students with one or HIT8018 Database 3 more post-secondary qualifications (both local and HIT8033 Information Systems Development Project (25 CP) international) may gain entry with advanced standing. Certain HIT8045 Personal Software Process subject requirements must be met and an acceptable HIT8050 Evolutionary and Neural Computing standard of results achieved in order to gain admission and for HIT8055 Software Maintenance Project maximum credit to be granted. V isit HIT8065 Windows Programming www.swin.edu.au/corporate/registrar/credit HIT8189 Usability Engineering HIT8126 Advanced Data Modelling Education abroad programs HIT8057 Software Testing and Reliability Swinburne offers International Exchange and Study Abroad HIT8066 Software Tools Programs. Through an arrangement with Reutlingen HIT8012 Current Issues in Information Systems* University, BSc (Biotechnology) students may undertake the HIT8035 Information Technology Effectiveness* second semester -of their studies (with full credit) in the south of Germany. For further information visit: *at least 4 years of relevant industry experience required for these subjects www.swin.edu.au/edabroad or telephone the Education Abroad Office on (03) 9214 8811. Research subjects HIT8067 Minor Thesis (50 CP) Fees HIT8068 Research Seminar (12.5 CP) HECS – Students enrolled in higher education courses are HIT8069 Research P aper (12.5 CP) required to contribute to the cost of their education. To find out HIT8070 Research Report (25 CP ) payment options, contact the A ustralian Tax Office or the Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST). An Students wishing to undertake research subjects must present annual General Service Fee is payable to Swinburne. tudents who are evidence of their capacity for research. S approved to study research subjects may choose no more Scholarships than one of IT8067 Minor Thesis, IT8069 Research Paper, There are several scholarships available.-Visit: IT8070 Research Report. www.swin.edu.au/scholarships Entry requirements International students Applicants must have satisfactorily completed -the iV ctorian If you want to study at Swinburne, but are not an Australian Certificate of Education (VCE ) or its equivalent. Prerequisites: resident, telephone the International Student Unit Units 3 and 4, a study score of at least 25 in E nglish, and a A (+6 13) 9214 8647 or from within ustralia (03) 9214 8647. study score of at least 25 in either Biology or Chemistry, and one of Mathematical Methods or S pecialist Mathematics. Housing advice To find accommodation on or around the campus including hostels, private board, shared and -self-contained rental accommodation, telephone the Housing Service – (03) 9214 8882. *National Science and Technology Council (US), July 1995. **New Developments in Biotechnology: U.S. Investment in Biotechnology – Special Report, OTA-BA-360 (Washington, DC: U.S. Government) July 1998. ***AusBiotech Ltd Report, May 2001 A4 Information Flyer Front and Back Template Production Guide Hints and tips Size: A4 297mm x 210mm I Corporate style applies to any document where the Swinburne logo is used, whether internal or Use this template production guide to complete external. The guidelines are to ensure the final templates for individual A4 Information consistency and integrity of Swinburne's brand. Sheets. I Page setup should always default to A4. This will The A4 Info Flyer prints in black as shown on the be automatic if downloading templates, but you previous page. 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