REGULATIONS FOR THE POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN SCIENCE (2014)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
An applicant shall be eligible to be admitted to the Postgraduate Diploma in Science if that applicant has:
a. Completed a bachelor's degree in science from a recognized university or institute of higher learning, and has the pre-requisites to enter one of the four strands in the Postgraduate Diploma as follows:
i. Applied Computing: A major in Computer Science or equivalent
ii. Environmental Science: A major in Environmental Science or Geography or equivalent
iii. Applied Statistics: Any 3 x 300 level courses (Open)
iv. Mathematics: Any 3 x 300 level courses from HMA300, HMA311, HMA321, HMA323, HST351 or equivalent
b. A first degree qualification that is relevant or deemed equivalent to (a).

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Unless credited is granted under the Statute/Regulations on Recognition of Prior Learning/ Credit & Recognition of Current Competency, this programme consists of:
a. Two compulsory courses: HSC500 Research in Sciences; HSC501 Quantitative and Qualitative Instruments Development using the Rasch Model; plus
b. Four other courses from those listed in Schedule 1 (see pg 277 of 2015 calendar)
c. A maximum of two credits is allowable for this programme

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