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|Student Contribution Band:||Band 3|
|Administered by:||College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences|
Only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Veterinary Science and the Bachelor of Veterinary Science IHCAP programs.
This subject, together with Integrated Animal Structure and Function - 2, makes up the second level of the BVSc degree program and the first of three years of the integrated veterinary science curriculum. The integrated curriculum is structured around a number of overlapping Themes that combine knowledge, skills and attitudes, which are then delivered through a series of modules. The identified elements are: Structure and Function; Function and Agents of Disease; Animal Production, Management, Welfare, Ethics and Behaviour; Veterinary Career Development. The Structure and Function identified element will provide students with a solid understanding of the diversity of living things, the structure and function of and animals, and the techniques that are available to study them within the context of veterinary practice. The focus of the Function and Agents of Disease identified element is to enable students to understand dysfunction and disease processes including their molecular and cellular basis and the diversity of causative organisms. Animal Production, Management, Welfare, Ethics and Behaviour will provide grounding in aspects of pasture science with a focus on tropical environments and grazing land management, the nutritional physiology and metabolic processes of the gastrointestinal tract in domestic animals and animal welfare issues relevant to an animal's physiological and psychological well-being, and to recognise welfare, ethical and legal implications of animal use practices. The Veterinary Career Development identified element will provide students with the skills necessary to practice as a veterinarian in our changing world and to be able to continually access and use information as knowledge progresses.
Attend all practical sessions, workshops, tutorials and field trips, which are compulsory. Attempt all summative on-course assessments and achieve a satisfactory standard in each identified hurdle assessment. Achieve 50% plus 1 SEM (Standard Error of Measurement) to pass the end-of-semester examinations. A minimum of 50% for each Identified Element must be achieved. A total of 50% Overall Total Score (on-course plus total examination mark) is required to pass the subject.
|Prerequisites:||(TV1002 AND TV1003) OR TV1103|
|Townsville, Study Period 1, Internal|
|Census Date 24-Mar-2022|
|Coordinator:||Professor Estelle Venter, Dr Donna Martin|
|Lecturers:||Mr Christopher Gardiner, Ms Dominique Thiriet, Dr Alanna Sorenson, Miss Yissu Martinez, Assoc. Professor John Cavalieri, Dr Orachun Hayakijkosol, Assoc. Professor Janice Lloyd, Dr Robert Kinobe, Dr Ruth Sutcliffe, Assoc. Professor Constantin Constantinoiu, Dr Leo Foyle, Ms Sue Medlen, Dr Anupama Bangara Kulur, Dr Prisca Noble, Dr Denise Von Wald, Dr Glen Walker, Dr Donnalee Taylor, Dr Linda Hayes, Professor Estelle Venter, Dr Kim Colquhoun, Professor Ted Whittem, Dr Donna Martin.|
The student workload for this 12 credit point subject is approximately 520 hours.
Note: Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process, and in case of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest official information.