Master of Research (Science and Engineering)
|Minimum number of credit points for this degree||64|
|Minimum number of credit points at 700 level||28|
|Minimum number of credit points at 800 level||32|
|Completion of other specific minimum requirements as set out below|
In order to graduate students must ensure that they have satisfied all of the general requirements of the award.
Specific minimum requirements:
TOTAL CREDIT POINTS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROGRAM
The Graduate Capabilities Framework articulates the fundamentals that underpin all of Macquarie’s academic programs. It expresses these as follows:
Interpersonal or social capabilities
|Recognition of Prior Learning||
Macquarie University may recognise prior formal, informal and non-formal learning for the purpose of granting credit towards, or admission into, a program. The recognition of these forms of learning is enabled by the University’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Policy (see www.mq.edu.au/policy) and its associated Procedures and Guidelines. The RPL pages contain information on how to apply, links to registers, and the approval processes for recognising prior learning for entry or credit.
|Support for Learning||
Macquarie University aspires to be an inclusive and supportive community of learners where all students are given the opportunity to meet their academic and personal goals. The University offers a comprehensive range of free and accessible student support services which include academic advice, counselling and psychological services, advocacy services and welfare advice, careers and employment, disability services and academic skills workshops amongst others. There is also a bulk billing medical service located on campus.
|Program Standards and Quality||
The program is subject to an ongoing comprehensive process of quality review in accordance with a pre-determined schedule that complies with the Higher Education Standards Framework. The review is overseen by Macquarie University's peak academic governance body, the Academic Senate and takes into account feedback received from students, staff and external stakeholders.
This program is subject to Macquarie University regulations, including but not limited to those specified in the Assessment Policy, Academic Honesty Policy, the Final Examination Policy and relevant University Rules. For all approved University policies, procedures, guidelines and schedules visit www.mq.edu.au/policy.
|Accreditation||This is an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) accredited qualification.