BP330 - Bachelor of Space Science
Plan: BP330 - Bachelor of Space Science
Campus: City Campus
Program Learning Outcomes Statement
The Bachelor of Space Science program has a student-focused approach that aims at developing generalist skill levels in the scientific and technical disciplines required by the space industry. You will have a sound scientific knowledge and engineering fundamental as a foundation for a professional career in the space industry; as well as a basis for life-long learning in a rapidly changing global market shaped by economic, cultural, environmental and regulatory forces.
The Bachelor of Space Science program provides the following Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs):
PLO-1 Understanding science and engineering
PLO-1.1 You will demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method and engineering fundamental and an ability to apply them in practice.
PLO-1.2 You will demonstrate an understanding of the role and relevance of science and engineering in the field of space science and technology.
PLO-1.3 You will demonstrate an understanding of the role and importance of evidence in the continuous evolution of scientific knowledge.
PLO-1.4 You will demonstrate an understanding of the significance of your research project in the field of space science and technology.
PLO-2 Knowledge capability
PLO-2.1 You will have broad knowledge in space science and technology with deep knowledge in its core concepts.
PLO-2.2 You will have knowledge in at least one discipline other than your primary discipline and some understanding of interdisciplinary linkages.
PLO-2.3 You will demonstrate knowledge of research principles and methodology appropriate to space science and technology.
PLO-3 Inquiry and problem solving
PLO-3.1 You will be able to plan and carry out a research project under supervision, showing the development of some capacity for independent work.
PLO-3.2 You will be able to gather, critically review and synthesise information relevant to a scientific inquiry or research project.
PLO-3.3 You will be able to choose appropriate tools and methods to solve scientific problems within your area of specialisation.
PLO-3.4 You will demonstrate well-developed problem solving skills, applying your knowledge and using your ability to think analytically and creatively.
PLO-3.5 You will possess an ability to accurately record, analyse, interpret and critically evaluate your research findings.
PLO-4.1 You will be able to communicate the solution to a problem or the results of a scientific investigation using effective oral, written and presentation skills.
PLO-4.2 You will be able to communicate the solution to a problem or the results of a scientific investigation using appropriate methods for different audiences.
PLO-5 Personal and professional responsibility
PLO-5.1 You will develop a capacity for independent and self-directed work.
PLO-5.2 You will work responsibly, safely, legally and ethically.
PLO-5.3 You will develop an ability to work collaboratively.
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