This schedule shows the course start/end and intensive week dates for blended courses for the current academic year.
These tables show only the blended offerings of these courses.
Application deadlines for each of these academic sessions are available through the “course search” function on the UAC website.
|Course||Convener||Course dates||Intensive week||Last date to enrol||Census date||Academic session|
|STAT7030: Generalised Linear Models||Tao Zou||10 January–11 March||7–11 February||21 January||21 January||Summer|
|SOCR8204: Advanced Social Science Approaches to Inform Policy Development and Service Delivery||Nicholas Biddle||10 January–11 March||7–11 February||21 January||21 January||Summer|
|COMP8430: Data Wrangling||Peter Christen||10 January–11 March||7–11 February||21 January||21 January||Summer|
Frequently asked questions
Who can enrol in these blended courses?
The blended courses are specifically designed for working students transitioning into or developing skills in data professions. Enrolment in these blended courses is limited to students in the postgraduate Applied Data Analytics programs (Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, and Master’s), and the Graduate Certificate in Data Engineering. These blended courses are designed for mature students transitioning or deeping skills in data professions. Students from other programs are only admitted under special circumstances, by application through their program convenor.
Do I need a permission code to enrol in a course?
The permission code process is used to ensure that access to the blended courses is limited to students in the applied data analytics and data engineering postgraduate programs. Enrolment requires a permission code to enrol in blended courses that have the same course code for the blended and semester length course. (COMP8410, COMP8430, amongst others)
How can I get a permission code to enrol in a course?
A permission code to enrol in a CECS course can be obtained by completing an online Permission Code Request Form. This Permission Code Request Form for 2022 will be available from Wednesday 22 December 2021.
CECS Student Services will email the details on the Permission Code Request form to all students in these programs.
Permission code requests for Summer Session courses will be prioritised. If you are attempting to enrol in a Summer Session course, please submit your application as soon as the online forms opens. If you do not receive this email, please contact CECS—Student Enquiries to gain access to the form.
If you are seeking a permission code for a STAT or SOCR course, please contact the relevant area: CBE—Student Enquiries or CASS—Student Enquiries.