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2 RULES APPROVED BY SENATE RULES SCHEDULE GENERAL UNIVERSITY RULES Amendment of Rules Enrolment and Academic Progression Rules... 1 Fee Rules... 3 General Award Rules... 5 PROGRAM RULES Business Economics & Law Amendment of Rules Graduate Diploma in Research Method... 6 Health Sciences Amendment of Rules Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery... 7 Bachelor of Pharmacy Master of Clinical Pharmacy Master of Mental Health Nursing Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies Science New Rules Graduate Certificate in Bioinformatics Master of Occupational Health and Safety Science Amendment of Rules Master of Urban and Regional Planning Social and Behavioural Sciences New Rules Master of Teaching (Primary) Amendment of Rules Graduate Diploma in Education FINANCIAL AWARD RULES New Rules LEO Foundation PhD Scholarships for Dermatological Research PRIZE RULES New Rules TNC-UQ/GPEM Awards for Excellence in Conservation and Sustainable Development Donald Tugby Prize in Excellence in Equine Clinical Practice

3 Meeting of the Academic Board held on 18 June 2012 Proposed amendments to the Enrolment and Academic Progression Rules At its meeting on 18 June 2012, the Academic Board endorsed proposed amendments to the Enrolment and Academic Progression Rules. The Academic Board noted that the Committee for Academic Programs Policy (CAPP) considered a proposal from the Academic Registrar to amend the 2012 Enrolment and Academic Progression rules to clarify the treatment of year long courses for the determination of academic standing. At the 4 June 2010 meeting, CAPP considered a discussion paper, Revised Proposal on Alternative Models for Calculation of Academic Standing. Amendments to the Enrolment and Academic Progression Rules that had been recommended by CAPP were approved by Senate in April 2011 and took effect from Semester CAPP recommended: that the Enrolment and Academic Progression Rules be amended so that the requirement to show cause is applied in the first instance following two consecutive semesters of poor academic performance (excluding Summer Semester); that students who have been asked to show cause require two consecutive semesters of satisfactory academic performance before they can resume good academic standing; and that intervention notices continue to be issued with remediation advice in each semester of poor performance, in order to comply with the ESOS National Code. Implementation of the amended rules has highlighted a requirement for clarification of the treatment of year long courses. The rules refer to academic performance in the most recent semester, or the two most recent semesters of study. Where a student has undertaken year long courses only in a year, the determination of their academic standing will be based on their performance in the year long courses, not in their performance in the individual semesters. At the 25 May 2012 meeting, CAPP endorsed the inclusion of the following explanatory note in Part 5 Academic Standing of the Enrolment and Academic Progression Rules to explain the treatment of year long courses for the determination of academic standing: Year long courses will be considered as a semester of study for the determination of academic standing. Academic Board resolved to recommend that the 2012 Enrolment and Academic Progression rules be modified to clarify the treatment of year long courses for the determination of academic standing. It is proposed to amend the definition of semester in Part 5 Academic Standing to implement the policy that a year long course is to be considered as a semester of study for the determination of academic standing. 1

4 Amendment of Rules General University Rules Enrolment and Academic Progression Rules The following rules commence on notification (1) Rule omit, insert Where a student has undertaken (a) year long courses only in a year, the determination of the student s academic standing will be based on the student s performance in the year long courses, not the performance in individual semesters; or (b) a mixture of semester based and year long courses, the determination of the student s academic standing (i) in the semester based course will be based on the student s (ii) performance in the semester; and in a year long course will be based on the student s performance in the semester when the year long course is finalised In this rule semester does not include summer semester. year long course is considered a semester of study for the determination of academic standing.. (2) Rule omit, insert Where a student has undertaken (a) year long courses only in a year, the determination of the student s academic standing will be based on the student s performance in the year long courses, not the performance in individual semesters; or (b) a mixture of semester based and year long courses, the determination of the student s academic standing (i) in the semester based course will be based on the student s (ii) performance in the semester; and in a year long course will be based on the student s performance in the semester when the year long course is finalised In this rule semester does not include summer semester. year long course is considered a semester of study for the determination of academic standing.. 2

5 Proposed amendments to the 2014 Fee Rules Senate, at its meeting on 23 August 2012, approved the Fee Rules for However, due to an administrative oversight, the rules that incorporate the Student Services and Amenities Fees, as required under the Commonwealth legislation to allow universities to charge a fee for student services and amenities of a non-academic nature, were not incorporated in the 2014 rules. As a consequence, further amendments to the 2014 Fee Rules are required. General University Rules 2014 Fee Rules Amendment of Rules The following rules commence on 2 January Rule 1 insert enrolment period means a semester, research quarter, or trimester. SSAF Payment date means the day by which the student services and amenities fee is payable. SA HELP means the Commonwealth loan scheme to help eligible students to pay their student services and amenities fee. student services and amenities fee (SSAF) means a fee for student services and amenities of a non-academic nature, the maximum annual amount for which is legislated by the federal government.. 2. After rule 7 insert 7A Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) (1) A student must pay the applicable student services and amenities fee set out in Schedule 1. (2) For the purposes of rule 7A(1) (a) different amounts for the student services and amenities fee may be determined for particular categories of students, including a zero amount; (b) a domestic student who defers the student services and amenities fee under SA-HELP is taken to have paid the student services and amenities fee; (c) an international student whose tuition fees have been paid for an enrolment period is taken to have paid the student services and amenities fee for the enrolment period; (d) a domestic research higher degree student is taken to have paid the student services and amenities fee. 3

6 (3) A student services and amenities fee is to apply to each enrolment period in which a student enrols, until up to a maximum annual charge has been levied. (4) The student services and amenities fee imposed by these rules for an enrolment period is payable by the SSAF payment date set for the enrolment period. (5) A change of enrolment that takes effect after the SSAF payment date does not reduce the fee that the student must pay. (6) The student services and amenities fee is non-refundable after the SSAF payment date.. 4

7 Meeting of Academic Board held on 18 June 2012 GENERAL UNIVERSITY RULES Proposed amendments of the General Award Rules The Academic Board has approved a proposed amendment to the General Award Rules. The Academic Board has approved the proposal to amend Part 2 of the General Award Rules Undergraduate Awards, to ensure: (a) (b) a student enrolled in a concurrent undergraduate diploma may not graduate with the undergraduate diploma until such time that they complete the requirements of the bachelors degree; and a student enrolled in a concurrent undergraduate diploma may be permitted to graduate with the bachelors degree prior to completion of the requirements for the undergraduate diploma. Amendment of Rules General University Rules General Award Rules The following rules commence on notification After rule 2.2 insert 2.2A 2.2A.1 2.2A.2 Undergraduate diploma A student enrolled in an undergraduate program may enrol concurrently in an undergraduate diploma provided the student complies with (a) the requirements of the admission rules for undergraduate programs; and (b) any specific requirements under the program rules for the undergraduate diploma. A student enrolled in an undergraduate diploma concurrently with another undergraduate program may (a) not graduate with the undergraduate diploma until the student has completed the requirements of the undergraduate program; (b) graduate with the undergraduate bachelor award before completing the requirements of the undergraduate diploma.. 5

8 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF BUSINESS, ECONOMICS & LAW Proposed amendments of the program rules for the Graduate Diploma in Research Methods The Programs Sub-Committee has approved a proposed amendment of the program rules for the Graduate Diploma in Research Methods. The amendments will clarify the enrolment requirements for entry into the program. Amendment of Rules Program Rules for the Graduate Diploma in Research Methods The following rules commence on notification Rule 1 omit, insert 1 Enrolment requirements (1) To enrol in the program, a person must hold an approved degree. (2) Despite subrule (1), to enrol in the business field of study, a person must hold an approved degree with a GPA of

9 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Proposed amendments of the program rules for the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery Program The Programs Sub-Committee, at its meeting on 20 July 0212, approved amendments to the rules for the Bachelors of Medicine/Surgery program effective from 1 January The proposal was endorsed at the Faculty of Health Sciences Board of Studies meeting on 14 June The amendments: remove the UMAT section score threshold requirement for domestic students, who are current school leavers, who are seeking provisional entry to the MBBS program in 2013 and beyond; and amend the GPA required by domestic and international provisional entry students commencing their first degree in 2013 or later from an annual GPA of 4.0 to a program GPA of 5.0. The MBBS Admissions Working Party, chaired by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Deborah Terry considered broadly the entry requirements and selection criteria for selection of applicants for a provisional offer of a place in the MBBS program. The report of this working party, completed on 1 May 2012, recommended that the current practice of using UMAT scores to discriminate between eligible domestic applicants for provisional entry to the MBBS program be retained, and that the entry (eligibility) requirement for applicants to achieve a minimum threshold score in each of the three sections of the UMAT be removed. Until 2012, there had been two provisional entry pathways to the MBBS program: the standard pathway, involving completion of a minimum three year Bachelors degree at UQ followed by the four year MBBS program, and the fast-track pathway, including three six year MBBS dual degrees. Only the dual degree provisional pathway had been available to international students. Due to the planned introduction of the Doctor of Medicine program in 2015, to replace the MBBS program, the Committee for Academic Programs Policy (CAPP) granted approval in March 2012 for the dual degrees to be suspended from At the 25 May 2012 meeting, CAPP considered a proposal from the Faculty of Health Sciences for the standard MBBS provisional entry pathway to be made available to international students. This proposal was approved subject to the condition that international students made a provisional MBBS offer complete their nominated Bachelors degree at UQ with a minimum program GPA of 5.0. In consequence to this amendment, the Faculty Board of Studies considered the disparity of the GPA requirement for the domestic and international student cohorts, since domestic students were required to maintain an annual GPA of 4.0, and had endorsed the requirement for domestic and international students to complete their nominated Bachelors degree at UQ with a minimum program GPA of 5.0, with effect from

10 Amendment of Rules Program Rules for the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery The following rules commence on notification 1. Rule 1 insert pre-2013 international student means an international student who commenced an MBBS dual degree before 1 January pre-2013 domestic student means a domestic student who commenced an MBBS dual degree or the non-dual degree provisional entry pathway before 1 January Rule 2B.1 omit, insert 2B.1 Provisional entry admission requirements (1) The university will set the quota annually for applicants who (a) are completing Grade 12 in the year of application; and (b) gain an OP1 or equivalent; and (c) for overseas students, meet the threshold score in each section of the UMAT or ISAT. (2) Domestic applicants and international applicants completing Grade 12 in Australia must apply through QTAC and all other international applicants must apply through UQ International. (3) Selection will be on the basis of the UMAT aggregate for domestic students. (4) An offer is conditional upon the applicant (a) gaining admission to a bachelor degree program at this university ( the first degree ) in the year following completion of grade 12; and (b) completing the first degree in the minimum time permitted; and (c) obtaining a GPA of 5 in the first degree. (5) For applicants admitted to an MBBS dual degree, the offer is conditional on the applicant (a) completing the non-mbbs component of the dual degree in the minimum time permitted; and (b) obtaining an annual GPA of 4 in each year of the non-mbbs component of the dual degree.. 3. After rule 10(2) insert (3) For a pre-2013 international student, the offer is conditional upon the applicant obtaining an annual GPA of 4 in each year of the first degree. 8

11 (4) For a pre-2013 domestic student, the offer is conditional upon the applicant obtaining an annual GPA of 4 in each year of the first degree.. 9

12 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Proposed amendments of the program rules for the Bachelor of Pharmacy The Programs Sub-Committee has approved a proposed amendment of the program rules for the Bachelor of Pharmacy program. The existing on-course honours program is spread throughout years 3 and 4 of the Bachelor of Pharmacy program, however changes to semesterise year 4 will allow honours to be undertaken in year 4 only. Students would apply for entry to the honours stream during semester 2 of year 3. As entry to Honours would be a year later than in the current structure, students were expected to have a greater understanding of what research was, have been exposed to more of the potential supervisors during their studies and have a better grasp of the potential research areas. To enter the honours program students would be required to have gained a minimum GPA of 5 in year 2 and semester 1 of year 3 of the Bachelor of Pharmacy program. It is proposed to amend rule 4 (honours) to reflect the changes in the delivery of the honours program. It is also proposed to omit rule 4.1(d) on the grounds that it is superfluous. Amendment of Rules Program Rules for the Bachelor of Pharmacy The following rules commence on 1 January Rule 4.1(a) insert (a) Entry: To enrol for on-course honours, a student must (i) gain a GPA of 5 in each of year 2 and semester 1 of year 3 of the program; and (ii) be currently enrolled in the pass degree program; and (iii) satisfy the executive dean and head of school that the student is qualified to undertake honours.. 2. Rule 4.1(d) omit. 10

13 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Proposed amendments of the program rules for the Master of Clinical Pharmacy The Programs Sub-Committee has approved proposed amendments to the program rules for the Master of Clinical Pharmacy program. It is proposed to amend the enrolment requirements to specify: applicants to have completed 2 years full-time relevant professional experience; and a GPA of 5 in the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy, for applicants requesting entry from the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy. The Master of Clinical Pharmacy (MClinPharm) formed part of the School of Pharmacy s suite of graduate programs for practising pharmacists aimed at extending expertise and specialisation in clinical practice. The program contained two advanced clinical clerkships and an individual research project. The School of Pharmacy identified that students entering the program without a minimum of two (2) full-time years of relevant professional experience, and those progressing via the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy (GradDipClinPharm) with a Grade Point Average (GPA) below 5.0, had difficulty completing the requirements of the program. The proposed changes would not alter Australian Qualifications Framework compliance of the MClinPharm. Students entering the MClinPharm would have completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy, have a minimum of two (2) full-time years of professional experience and would have completed a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy before progressing to the Master of Clinical Pharmacy. It is noted that the format of the current program rules are inconsistent with the current drafting style. The Legal Office recommends the style be updated by omitting the current program rules and inserting new rules in the current style. Amendment of Rules Program Rules for the Master of Clinical Pharmacy The following rules commence on notification Rules 1 and 2 omit, insert 1 Enrolment requirements (1) To enrol in the program, a person must (a) hold (i) the bachelor of pharmacy from the university; or (ii) an approved degree; and (b) be registered as a pharmacist in Australia or overseas; and 11

14 (c) have completed 2 years full-time relevant professional experience approved by the executive dean; and (d) satisfy the executive dean and head of school of the person s suitability to undertake the program. (2) In addition to the requirements in subrule (1), students progressing from the graduate diploma in clinical pharmacy must have gained a GPA of 5 in that program. 2 Program requirements To complete the program, a student must complete 24 units from the MClinPharm course list.. 12

15 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Proposed amendments of the program rules for the Master of Mental Health Nursing The Programs Sub-Committee has approved a proposed amendment of the program rules for the Master of Mental Health Nursing program. Since assuming responsibility for the MMHNurs program from the School of Medicine in 2011, the School of Nursing and Midwifery has reviewed the program and identified the course structure to be inconsistent with the other postgraduate nursing programs and does not included sufficient research skills training to facilitate admission to research higher degree studies or comply with the Australian Qualifications Framework Level 9 criteria. It is proposed to amend the program requirements to reflect changes in the program structure. Amendment of Rules Program Rules for the Master of Mental Health Nursing The following rules commence on 1 January 2013 Rule 3 omit, insert 3 Program requirements To complete the program, a student must complete 24 units from the MMHNurs course list comprising (a) 6 units from part A; and (b) 14 units from part B; and (c) 4 units from part C.. 13

16 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Proposed amendments of the program rules for the Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies The Programs Sub-Committee has approved a proposed amendment of the program rules for the Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies program. The Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies was designed to prepare registered nurses to function autonomously and collaboratively in advanced and expanded clinical roles. Prior to commencing the program, a student must provide an assurance of support from an approved health organisation, for provision of a clinical mentor, clinical support team and suitable professional experience to the student for the duration of the program, and thereafter seek approval from the Head of School for any changes to these arrangements. There have been instances where students had moved to another organisation or the health organisation supporting their placement had withdrawn its support. It is proposed to insert a new special rule 3.3 requiring students to obtain approval from the Head of School for any changes to the student s clinical supervision arrangements. Amendment of Rules Program Rules for the Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies The following rules commence on 1 January 2013 After rule 3.2 insert 3.3 Clinical supervision (1) Before commencing the program, a student must provide the head of school with written assurance of support from an approved health organisation for - (a) provision of a clinical mentor; and (b) clinical support team; and (c) suitable professional experience to the student for the duration of the program. (2) Changes to the arrangements approved in subrule (1) must be approved by the head of school.. 14

17 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF SCIENCE Proposed introduction of a new program, the Graduate Certificate in Bioinformatics The Programs Sub-Committee has approved proposed program rules for a new program, the Graduate Certificate in Bioinformatics to take effect from 1 January The program was endorsed at the Science Board of Studies meeting on 14 June 2012, executive approval granted by the Chair of the University Senior Management Committee on 11 July 2012 and approval by the Committee for Academic Programs Policy (CAPP) on 13 July The Master of Bioinformatics commenced in 2012 as a stand-alone master program without a graduate certificate or graduate diploma. It become evident that a suite of lower level postgraduate programs would create a pathway for those students unable to gain direct entry to the master due to either lower GPA or lack of prior knowledge. Under the Australian Qualifications Framework, it is a requirement that students hold either a level 7 qualification in a cognate discipline or a level 8 qualification for entry into a 1.5 year master program. With the introduction of these new level 8 programs, students with a level 7 qualification from a non-cognate discipline could be considered for entry via graduate certificate into the Master of Bioinformatics. It is noted that, at its meeting on 13 July 2012, CAPP only approved the introduction of the Graduate Certificate and not the Graduate Diploma in Bioinformatics. General Award Rules New Rules The following rule commences on 1 January 2013 Schedule 2 Awards Conferred by Senate Science Faculty, above MBioinf insert GCBioinf. Program rules The following rules commence on 1 January 2013 insert Graduate Certificate in Bioinformatics (GCBioinf) 1 Enrolment requirements To enrol a person must (a) hold an approved degree; or (b) have completed either post-secondary study, or relevant work experience, approved by the executive dean. 15

18 2 Program requirements To complete the program, a student must complete 8 units from the GCBioinf course list. 3 Maximum credit for other study The maximum credit that the associate dean (academic) may grant to a student for other study is 4 units. Note: See GAR 1.6 of the General Award Rules.. 16

19 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF SCIENCE Proposed introduction of a new program, the Master of Occupational Health and Safety Science The Programs Sub-Committee has approved proposed program rules for a new program, the Master of Occupational Health and Safety Science, to take effect from 1 January The proposal was endorsed at the Faculty of Science Board of Studies meeting on 4 June Executive approval was granted by the Chair of the University Senior Management Committee on 11 July 2012 and the program was approved by the Committee for Academic Programs Policy (CAPP) on 13 July The proposed program will equip graduate entry students with the theoretical knowledge, practical application and professional attributes necessary for a career in occupational health and safety. The program will address well established industry hazards (chemical, physical, mechanical, biological and psychosocial) within the context of the core OHS disciplines Occupational Hygiene, Ergonomics, Occupational Health, Safety Science and Risk Management. In addition students would be required to conduct industry based research. The program will be offered over three semesters (1.5 years 24 units) and is proposed as a level 9 qualification under the Australian Qualifications Framework. Entry will be from either a level 8 qualification or a level 7 qualification in a cognate discipline as approved by the Executive Dean in consultation with the Program Director. Students will be required to complete a minimum of 6 units of research based courses. General Award Rules New Rules The following rule commences on 1 January 2013 Schedule 2 Awards Conferred by Senate Science Faculty, below BOHSSc insert MOHSSc. Program rules The following rules commence on 1 January 2013 insert Master of Occupational Health and Safety Science (MOHSSc) 1 Enrolment requirements To enrol a person must hold a bachelor degree deemed to be in the appropriate discipline, as approved by the executive dean. 17

20 2 Program requirements To complete the program, a student must complete 24 units from the MOHSSc course list comprising (a) 20 units for part A; and (b) 4 units from part B or other lists as approved by the executive dean. 3 Maximum credit for other study The maximum credit that the associate dean (academic) may grant to a student for other study is 8 units. Note: See GAR 1.6 of the General Award Rules.. 18

21 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF SCIENCE Proposed amendments of the program rules for the Master of Urban and Regional Planning The Programs Sub-Committee has approved proposed amendments to the program rules for the Master of Urban and Regional Planning program, to take effect from 1 January The proposal was endorsed at the Science Faculty Board of Studies meeting on 4 June Executive approval was granted by the Chair of the University Senior Management Committee on 11 July 2012 and it was approved by the Committee for Academic Programs Policy on 13 July It is proposed to amend the entry requirements for the current Master of Urban and Regional Planning (24 unit) to make the program available to students with an undergraduate qualification from a cognate background. This would meet the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) requirement for volume of learning. It is also proposed to introduce a 32 unit program for students from an unrelated discipline. The 32 unit program will be based on the 24 unit program with updated program requirements to fit with the longer program. Students could enter this program with background in any discipline in accordance with AQF requirements. Transition arrangements will be required so that students currently enrolled would complete the program under the rules in place when they commenced the program. There are no changes to the course offerings so students would not have difficulties with this. All new applicants would be assessed and advised of their options to enter either the new 32 unit or the revised 24 unit program. Students who had been made offers to the 24 unit program but who no longer met the entry requirements would be contacted and advised of the changes for Amendment of Rules Program Rules for the Master of Urban and Regional Planning The following rules commence on 1 January 2013 Rules 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 omit, insert 1 Definitions pre-2013 student means a student who first enrolled in the program before 1 January Enrolment requirements (1) To enrol in the 24 unit program, a student must hold an approved degree in a planning or related discipline. (2) To enrol in the 32 unit program, a student must (a) have completed one program in the suite of postgraduate programs for urban and regional planning; or (b) hold an approved degree. 19

22 3 Program requirements (1) To complete the 24 unit program, a student must complete 24 units from the MURP course list comprising (a) 16 units from part A; and (b) 4 units from part C; and (c) the balance from part B or part C or a combination of both. (2) To complete the 32 unit program, a student must complete 32 units from the MURP course list comprising (a) 20 units from part A; and (b) 4 units from part C; and (c) the balance from part B or part C or a combination of both. 4 Maximum credit for other study The maximum credit that the associate dean (academic) may grant to a student for other study is 8 units. Note: See GAR 1.6 of the General Award Rules. 5 Transitional A pre-2013 student must complete the program under the rules in force on 31 December

23 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 20 July 2012 FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES Proposed introduction of a new program, the Master of Teaching (Primary) The Programs Sub-Committee has approved proposed program rules for a new program, the Master of Teaching (Primary), to take effect from 1 January Executive approval of the program was granted by the Chair of the University Senior Management Committee on 27 March 2012 and it was approved by the Committee for Academic Programs Policy on 13 July The program was designed in response to the national requirement for a two-year preparation post-graduate program for high quality primary teachers. It was developed using a wellestablished consultative framework used across other teacher preparation programs offered through the School of Education. Entry into the program will require successful completion of an undergraduate degree, including at least one year of full-time equivalent study relevant to one or more learning areas of the primary school curriculum. Entry will also be in accordance with requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework for study at the Masters level (level 9). Upon entry, an IELTS score for international students must equal overall 7.5 with no score below 7 in any of the four skill areas, and a score of no less than 8 in speaking and listening. The Queensland College of Teachers approved teacher preparation programs and its English language proficiency policy for teacher registration required graduates from pre-service education programs to have attained this IELTS level. This was a requirement as school placement would begin in the first semester of the program. All applicants will be required to hold a Blue Card (Queensland Commission for Children and Young People) upon entry into the program to ensure the students are able to undertake practicum in the first semester. General Award Rules New Rules The following rule commences on 1 January 2013 Schedule 2 Awards Conferred by Senate Social and Behavioural Sciences Faculty, below Sport and Exercise Psychology MPsychSport&Ex insert Teaching (Primary) MTeach(Primary). Program rules The following rules commence on 1 January

24 insert Master of Teaching (Primary) (MTeach(Primary)) 1 Definitions blue card means a positive notice blue card issued under the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Act learning areas include English, mathematics, history, geography, science, technology, the Arts (drama, media, music), and health and physical education, languages other than English. practicum course means a course that contains a practical component where students gain supervised teaching experience in a workplace setting. 2 Enrolment requirements To enrol, a person must have successfully completed an approved undergraduate degree including at least one year of full-time equivalent study relevant to one or more learning areas of the primary school curriculum. 3 Program requirements To complete the program, a student must complete 32 units from the MTeach (Primary) course list. 4 Special rules 4.1 Blue card At the start of the program, a student must obtain a blue card and thereafter hold a current blue card for the duration of the program. 4.2 Continuous enrolment Unless approved by the executive dean, a student must (a) undertake the program without interruption; (b) enrol in the program full-time; (c) not undertake concurrent study in a program outside the MTeach (Primary). 4.3 Practicum A student who commences but does not successfully complete a practicum course may re-enrol in that course in a subsequent semester only if approved by the executive dean.. 22

25 Meeting of Programs Sub-Committee held on 22 June 2012 FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES Proposed amendments of the program rules for the Graduate Diploma in Education At its meeting on 17 July 2012, Legislative Committee approved proposed amendments to the program rules for the Graduate Diploma in Education. The amendments gave effect to the discontinuation of the Middle Years of Schooling field of study. A further amendment to the transitional rule is necessary to require existing students to complete the program under the current rules. This amendment will ensure students enrolled in the Middle Years of Schooling field of study have a pathway to complete the program. Amendment of Rules Program Rules for the Graduate Diploma in Education The following rules commence on 2 January 2013 Rule 6 omit, insert 6. Transitional A pre-2013 student must complete the program under the rules in force on 31 December

26 Proposed introduction of the LEO Foundation PhD Scholarships for Dermatological Research The Director of the Graduate School has approved the proposed introduction of a new scholarship. The scholarship, to be named the LEO Foundation PhD Scholarships for Dermatological Research, will be maintained by a donation from the LEO Foundation as managed by The LEO Pharma Pty Ltd s Australian office. Suitable draft rules for the scholarship are set out below. Financial Award Rules New Rules Schedule A Postgraduate Research Scholarships The following rules commence on notification Schedule A Postgraduate Research Scholarships insert The LEO Foundation PhD Scholarships for Dermatological Research (The scholarship was established in 2012 and is maintained by a donation from The LEO Foundation as managed by LEO Pharma Pty Ltd s Australian office) 1 Definitions Dean means the Dean, UQ Graduate School. Scholarship means the The LEO Foundation PhD Scholarships for Dermatological Research Scholarship. 2 Purpose (1) The purpose of the scholarship is to support research higher degree candidates studying in the area of dermatological research. (2) It is intended that two scholarships be awarded to students enrolled at The University of Queensland and two scholarships awarded to students enrolled at The University of Copenhagen. In the event that a suitable candidate cannot be found in either Australia or Denmark, an opportunity to fill that Scholarship would be given to the alternate University. 3 Nature and value of scholarship (1) The scholarship is funded by the LEO Foundation for students undertaking a joint PhD with the University of Queensland and the University of Copenhagen. (2) The value of the scholarship is $AUS 25,000 for each year the scholarship is held (excluding any periods for which the scholarship is deferred or suspended). The scholarship is available for a maximum of 4 consecutive years. 24

27 4 Award of scholarship Senate may award the scholarship to 1 or more students each year on the recommendation of the Dean. 5 Eligibility for award An applicant is eligible for the award of the scholarship if the applicant a) is a research higher degree candidate, and b) applies for the scholarship by the closing date for applications; and c) is eligible to undertake a joint PhD program at the University of Queensland and the University of Copenhagen and meet the admission requirements of both institutions; and d) is a citizen or permanent resident of either Australia or Denmark. 6 Selection process (1) For the selection process, the Dean must establish a selection committee, comprising (a) the Dean, or nominee, as chair of the committee; and (b) a representative from the LEO Foundation; and (c) a member nominated by the Dean; and (d) two members nominated by the University of Copenhagen. (2) The selection committee must rank the eligible applicants in order of merit, based on, for each applicant (a) (b) (c) the applicant s academic background, prizes and achievements; and evidence of the applicant s research potential and achievements; and the quality, significant and strategic fit with the University of the applicant s research project. (2) If the selection committee are satisfied that at least one eligible applicant is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the scholarship, the selection committee must recommend to the Dean that the scholarship be awarded to the applicant with the highest ranking. 7 Conditions for scholarship (1) The recipient may hold the scholarship for up to 4 years, subject to the recipient (a) (b) continuing to be enrolled full-time in the PhD program; and maintaining satisfactory progress in the PhD program. (2) The recipient must reside and carry out at least one year of research in each university. Example Students enrolled in The University of Copenhagen must reside in Australia and conduct research at The University of Queensland for at least one year, and vice versa. (3) The recipient of a scholarship must include in any paper that is published as a result of the research conducted while the recipient holds the scholarship a statement that the research was undertaken as a holder of the scholarship.. 25

28 The Director, Student Administration has approved the proposed introduction of TNC- UQ/GPEM Awards for Excellence in Conservation and Sustainable Development Prizes. Prize Rules New Rules The following rules commence immediately Schedule insert TNC-UQ/GPEM Awards for Excellence in Conservation and Sustainable Development (Established in 2012 and supported by an annual gift from the The Nature Conservancy. ) (a) Head, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, on advice from a selection committee comprising one academic staff member who teaches in the environmental management, geography or regional and town planning discipline and at least one representative of The Nature Conservancy. (b) The prize is open to students who (c) (i) have submitted the application form; and (ii) meet the following criteria in the prize category the student is applying for (A) Postgraduate Excellence in Conservation Policy category (1) are enrolled in the Master of Environmental Management; and (2) have completed ENVM7505; or (B) Undergraduate Excellence in Conservation Policy category (1) are enrolled in the Bachelor of Environmental Management; and (2) have completed ENVM3506. Two prizes are awarded each year to the applicants who, in the opinion of the selection committee, shows the greatest merit, as demonstrated by (i) academic achievement in the program related to the prize for which they are applying; and (ii) personal qualities, including leadership potential; and (iii) a personal statement of no more than 300 words outlining the students medium to long-term career aspirations in the area of conservation and development; and (iv) a curriculum vitae (maximum of 3 pages). (d) (i) $500 (ii) The Nature Conservancy may also offer prize recipients an unpaid internship.. 26

29 The Director, Student Administration has approved the proposed introduction of the Donald Tugby Prize in Excellence in Equine Clinical Practice. Prize Rules New Rules The following rules commence immediately Schedule insert Donald Tugby Prize in Excellence in Equine Clinical Practice (a) (b) (c) A committee comprising the Head, School of Veterinary Science, the Director (Equine Hospital), the Coordinator (VETS5015), and an Equine Hospital Clinical Academic. Final year students enrolled full time in the Bachelor of Veterinary Science. The Prize is awarded to the person who, in the opinion of the selection committee, who shows the greatest merit as demonstrated by (i) eligibility for 1 st Class Honours; (ii) academic achievement in VETS5015; (iii) demonstrated performance in VETS4022 Equine Clinical Studies; (iv) a demonstrated commitment to equine practice. (d) (i) $1,000; (ii) a School of Veterinary Science certificate; (iii) membership to the Renaissance Club with other Donald Tugby Prize winners. (e) Applications must be lodged with, and by the date set by the Head.. 27

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