Vison Science Honours involves full-time research (with supervision) in the School of Optometry and Vision Science. The course runs over 3 terms (with no coursework) and involves developing a research hypothesis, aims and project and then undertaking the research, with supervision.
Advanced training will be provided in selected areas of vision science, emphasising understanding and application of specialised techniques relevant to the research area (for example laboratory-based, sensory/virtual reality, clinical or public heath techniques and applications).
During the Honours year, you will also research and write a literature review and research proposal, undertake an ethics application (as appropriate) and prepare a final written research thesis. You are also required to regularly attend (on-line) Vaegan Seminars and other seminars. During the Honours year, students will present their work in two research seminars in the School of Optometry and Vision Science.
Vison Science Honours students can enrol to start in either T1, T2, or T3 in 2021.
Applications are now open for VISN4016 Vision Science Honours T1 2021.
The closing date via the site below is October 30th 2020.
Late applications: please contact Michele Madigan (email@example.com) or Science Student Services (https://www.science.unsw.edu.au/contact-us ) for late applications.
Prior Study: 3-year full-time bachelor degree specialising in Vision Science. (144 units of credit (UOC))
WAM: Minimum credit (65) weighted average mark (WAM)
You are responsible for arranging a supervisor and project before applying for Honours. Please see the School of Optometry and Vision Science for details on research groups: https://www.optometry.unsw.edu.au/research