The timetable for most of the Master of Science & Technology courses will be determined at a meeting in Room 4082, Red Centre, on Thursday in the week before the commencement of each semester at 9.30am.
For the convenience of part-time and full-time students, Master of Statistics classes are typically taught from 5:00pm to 8:00pm on weekdays during semester.
Please consult the lecturer in charge for other courses.
The Master of Science & Technology, Master of Statistics, Master of Financial Mathematics and the Master of Biostatistics are coursework degrees. Although they involve a project, the main emphasis is on increasing the student's base of knowledge; the project serves as an introduction to independent research and is usually largely expository in nature. Such projects are assessed internally within the School.
For coursework degrees, satisfactory completion of the courses involved constitutes satisfactory progress. In the degrees that require a project work, it is expected that progress on this component of the program will be closely monitored by the Postgraduate Coordinator and their professional colleagues.
A re-enrolment each semester is necessary when the enrolment period opens and certainly before the next semester starts. You should email Julie Hebblewhite, Student Services Manager with the courses you wish to enrol in, if you have not completed your program. Please be sure that the courses are required for your program. If you are unsure you can contact the Postgraduate Coordinator.
Students whose progress is good may want to consider applying for the Master of Science (Research). Please check the Graduate Research School for further details.
Courses which have not been timetabled on myUNSW will have their class times determined at a common meeting in Room 4082, Red Centre, on Thursday in the week beofre the commencement of each semester at 9.30am. Students are advised to attend this meeting in order to have their preferences noted.