USQ Lectures for 2019
ELE1301 Computer Engineering: The focus is on the programming of a microcontroller to do simple tasks such as running small fans and pumps and is ideal for the tinkerers. Catherine Hills
Lecture - Wednesday 10am-12pm S1 Z313

ELE3803 Electrical Plant: The focus is on the basics of electricity tariffs and energy audit including the selection, installation, operation, control and maintenance of electrical equipment and is ideal for those into energy conservation. Dr Les Bowtell
Lecture - Monday 3-5pm S1 Z312

GIS1402 Geographic Information Systems: The focus is on the basic concepts and principles of geographic information systems (GIS), including GIS data (nature, input, editing, output & management), coordinate system & projection, and GIS tools for vector & raster processing, as well as proximity, network and surface analyses. Dr Badri Basnet
Lecture - Tuesday 10am-12pm S1 Z313

BIO1810 Introduction to Food Science: The focus is on the key aspects of food processing and product development. An overview of the procedures required to ensure food safety is provided and the nutrition and health aspects of food are introduced. Dr Polly Burey
Lecture - Monday 8-10am S1 T111

CDS1000 Community Welfare and Development: Community Welfare and Development course takes place on the Ipswich Campus only.    The focus is on rights based, anti-oppressive practice, focusing on empowerment, the development of social capital and advocacy and collaborative responses to issues affecting marginalised groups locally, regionally, nationally and globally. Dr Aastha Malhotra
Lecture - Friday 1-3pm S1 T125 - Lecture and tutorial is timetable as a 3hour block.

SES1002 Introduction to Sport and Exercise: The focus is on specific concepts such as biomechanics, motor learning, exercise physiology, sport psychology and nutrition and the importance of health and physical activity and associated historical and social aspects. Lisa Seiler
No lecture; Tutorial 2-4pm S1 T122

ANT1000 World Archaeology - An Introduction: The focus is on examining understandings of the biological and cultural evolution of the human species. Professor Bryce Barker
Lecture - Friday 11am-1pm S2 T112

ANT1001 Introductory Anthropology: The focus is on the study of human communities, their societies and cultures, and is approached through the perspectives of cultural anthropology. Associate Professor Celmara Pocock
Lecture - Monday 2-4pm S1 L206

INR 1000 International Relations in a Globalizing Era: The focus is on the evolution of the international system with an emphasis on factors such as international law, organisations, war, social justice and human rights, and on the practice of diplomacy. Richard Gehrmann
Lecture - Wednesday 8-10am S1 C204

SOC 1001 Conflict and Peace: The focus is on the parameters of the field of Social Justice and the concepts of negative peace - the absence of war and civil strife - and positive peace which is founded upon a just society and global community. Dr Gabriela Pohl
Lecture - Monday 12-1pm S2 T122

REN 1201 Environmental Studies: The focus is on ecological principles for thinking about the environment, the links between society and environmental exploitation and the development of ecologically sustainable development. Associate Professor Andy Le Brocque
Lecture - Friday 10am-12pm S1 C204      or                 46877659:
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