## Free short courses

NUPrep is here to help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to succeed.

Whether you are looking to brush up on your academic skills, get a head start in your studies or learn something new, we have a short course for you. Our courses have flexible study options and are designed to be engaging and interactive. Our expert instructors are passionate about helping students reach their full potential.

**TAUGHT BY EXPERTS**Courses taught by discipline experts

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## About NUPrep

###### Course requirements

To be eligible for admission applicants must:

- be 16 years or older
- be an Australian citizen or have Australian permanent residency status.

###### English requirements

You must comply with the level of English proficiency requirements of your intended program. If you are one of our community members and are concerned about your English proficiency, contact our team at enabling@newcastle.edu.au for more information.

Each NUPrep course takes 15-20 hours to complete and we offer flexible delivery options to suit you.

###### On campus

You’ll receive valuable contact time with our teachers as each course has a total of 12-15 hours of class during 1 week. Each day has about 3 hours of class time. It is recommended you also allocate an extra few hours for each course to revise any content and work on tasks.

###### Online

Courses delivered have self-paced materials to go through in your own time over the NUPrep term. You won’t have any scheduled classes, but there will be an experienced academic answering questions, moderating discussion boards and marking assessments.

##### Upcoming dates

2024 Q2 dates | |
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Term commences | 18 March 2024 |

Term ends | 3 May 2024 |

2024 Winter dates | |
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Term commences | 1 July 2024 |

Enrolments close | 15 July 2024 |

Census date | 17 July 2024 |

Term ends | 19 July 2024 |

## Find your course

Use the guide below to help you find the relevant courses for your study level. You can complete up to 3 courses in the NUPrep term. We have courses across 3 levels of study, so you can choose a course that suits your needs.

If you are not particularly confident in your skills, you are encouraged to begin with our foundation courses as they build a foundational knowledge base in each subject. From there, you can do the more advanced courses to build your skills and knowledge fast!

**Note:** This tool is for course level information and reference only.

### Foundational courses

##### Course code

EPPREP760

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- analyse an assignment question and interpret a rubric
- search an online library catalogue
- evaluate the reliability of an academic text
- create a reference list
- write a thesis statement
- write a paragraph, using paraphrasing and in-text referencing
- access the university’s support services.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP800

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- determine what the question is asking
- devise a reading plan and take notes
- organise ideas in order to structure the argument in response to the question
- construct grammatically correct sentences
- use evidence to support arguments
- use correct referencing systems
- edit drafts.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP860

##### Available at

Online

##### Learning outcomes

- engage in appropriate online communication via a variety of channels
- evaluate their own digital identity
- apply critical thinking techniques to digital texts
- create a digital media product.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP980

##### Available at

Callaghan, Online

##### Learning outcomes

- Understand the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and how it fits into any project design process
- Understand Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
- Analyse and deconstruct briefs into a logical simplification
- Design solutions using logical communication
- Apply Python syntax and appropriate communicative documentation to designed solutions
- Test and troubleshoot developed programs

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP780

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- use scientific notation and identify significant figures
- solve linear equations involving fractions and brackets
- build a number plane plotting points, graphing straight lines, gradients and solving equations for straight lines.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP790

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online.

Note: The Central Coast course will be taught simultaneously on campus and via Zoom for any students who cannot attend.

##### Learning outcomes

- distinguish between elements, compounds and mixtures
- outline basic atomic structure
- explain the structure of the periodic table, distinguish metals, non-metals, liquids and gases
- write chemical formula and name different classes of compounds
- use scientific notation, covert SI units and identify significant figures
- write and balance chemical equations
- determine molar masses for elements and compounds.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP900

##### Available at

Callaghan or Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate strategies for problem solving in physics
- use units, metric prefixes and significant figures in calculations
- use algebra to solve physics problems eg motion along a line
- construct vectors and do vector calculations
- solve two dimensional problems.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP870

##### Available at

Online

##### Learning outcomes

- Demonstrate basic knowledge of culture, identity and socialisation.
- Demonstrate basic cultural capability skills and apply, interpret and reflect on different introductory case studies
- Describe and differentiate between different cultural based approaches at an introductory level.
- Engage in written and verbal critical self-reflection tasks, using culturally appropriate language and literacy, at an introductory level.
- Demonstrate the basic application of different culture based approaches including: cultural awareness, cultural sensitivity, cultural competence and cultural safety.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook.

##### Course code

EPPREP760

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- analyse an assignment question and interpret a rubric
- search an online library catalogue
- evaluate the reliability of an academic text
- create a reference list
- write a thesis statement
- write a paragraph, using paraphrasing and in-text referencing
- access the university’s support services.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP800

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- determine what the question is asking
- devise a reading plan and take notes
- organise ideas in order to structure the argument in response to the question
- construct grammatically correct sentences
- use evidence to support arguments
- use correct referencing systems
- edit drafts.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP860

##### Available at

Online

##### Learning outcomes

- engage in appropriate online communication via a variety of channels
- evaluate their own digital identity
- apply critical thinking techniques to digital texts
- create a digital media product.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP980

##### Available at

Callaghan, Online

##### Learning outcomes

- Understand the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and how it fits into any project design process
- Understand Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
- Analyse and deconstruct briefs into a logical simplification
- Design solutions using logical communication
- Apply Python syntax and appropriate communicative documentation to designed solutions
- Test and troubleshoot developed programs

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP780

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- use scientific notation and identify significant figures
- solve linear equations involving fractions and brackets
- build a number plane plotting points, graphing straight lines, gradients and solving equations for straight lines.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP790

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online.

Note: The Central Coast course will be taught simultaneously on campus and via Zoom for any students who cannot attend.

##### Learning outcomes

- distinguish between elements, compounds and mixtures
- outline basic atomic structure
- explain the structure of the periodic table, distinguish metals, non-metals, liquids and gases
- write chemical formula and name different classes of compounds
- use scientific notation, covert SI units and identify significant figures
- write and balance chemical equations
- determine molar masses for elements and compounds.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP900

##### Available at

Callaghan or Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate strategies for problem solving in physics
- use units, metric prefixes and significant figures in calculations
- use algebra to solve physics problems eg motion along a line
- construct vectors and do vector calculations
- solve two dimensional problems.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP870

##### Available at

Online

##### Learning outcomes

- Demonstrate basic knowledge of culture, identity and socialisation.
- Demonstrate basic cultural capability skills and apply, interpret and reflect on different introductory case studies
- Describe and differentiate between different cultural based approaches at an introductory level.
- Engage in written and verbal critical self-reflection tasks, using culturally appropriate language and literacy, at an introductory level.
- Demonstrate the basic application of different culture based approaches including: cultural awareness, cultural sensitivity, cultural competence and cultural safety.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook.

### Introductory courses

##### Course code

EPPREP760

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- analyse an assignment question and interpret a rubric
- search an online library catalogue
- evaluate the reliability of an academic text
- create a reference list
- write a thesis statement
- write a paragraph, using paraphrasing and in-text referencing
- access the university’s support services.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP800

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- determine what the question is asking
- devise a reading plan and take notes
- organise ideas in order to structure the argument in response to the question
- construct grammatically correct sentences
- use evidence to support arguments
- use correct referencing systems
- edit drafts.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP860

##### Available at

Online

##### Learning outcomes

- engage in appropriate online communication via a variety of channels
- evaluate their own digital identity
- apply critical thinking techniques to digital texts
- create a digital media product.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

PREP8500

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- gain confidence using Canvas, the University of Newcastle online learning system including practice quizzes and examinations
- submit a practice assessment to Turnitin, the text matching software that helps you reference correctly to avoid plagiarism and academic misconduct
- how to make the most of an online Zoom class
- store, edit and share documents using OneDrive
- enhance your skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

For more info on course content and availability view the course overview

##### Course code

EPPREP980

##### Available at

Callaghan, Online

##### Learning outcomes

- Understand the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and how it fits into any project design process
- Understand Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
- Analyse and deconstruct briefs into a logical simplification
- Design solutions using logical communication
- Apply Python syntax and appropriate communicative documentation to designed solutions
- Test and troubleshoot developed programs

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

PREP8500

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- gain confidence using Canvas, the University of Newcastle online learning system including practice quizzes and examinations
- submit a practice assessment to Turnitin, the text matching software that helps you reference correctly to avoid plagiarism and academic misconduct
- how to make the most of an online Zoom class
- store, edit and share documents using OneDrive
- enhance your skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

For more info on course content and availability view the course overview

##### Course code

EPPREP780

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- use scientific notation and identify significant figures
- solve linear equations involving fractions and brackets
- build a number plane plotting points, graphing straight lines, gradients and solving equations for straight lines.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP700

##### Available at

Callaghan and online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- calculate dosages using basic mental arithmetic
- use a calculator to check calculations for tablets and liquids
- perform Unit calculations (ml & L, mcg and mg)
- calculate Flow rates in mL/hr and drops per minute, the time taken or the volume to be used
- perform conversions between mcg/hr, mL/hr, and mcg/min with a 1mg/1mL solution.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP920

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent skills using surds, indices and logarithms
- solve two dimensional geometric problems
- define and use differentiation to find the slope of a curve
- find the equation of the tangent line to any given function
- solve indefinite and definite integrals.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP950

##### Available at

Callaghan and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- identify the different data types
- construct and interpret tables and graphs from a set of data
- explain the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics
- calculate the mode, median and the mean from a set of data
- define variability, its measures and their uses
- explain why we standardise data
- explain the normal distribution and be able to apply it
- write up a hypothesis test and interpret the results
- explain the basis for different hypothesis tests
- explain the use of correlation, linear regression and Chi-squared analysis in assessing relationships.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP790

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online.

Note: The Central Coast course will be taught simultaneously on campus and via Zoom for any students who cannot attend.

##### Learning outcomes

- distinguish between elements, compounds and mixtures
- outline basic atomic structure
- explain the structure of the periodic table, distinguish metals, non-metals, liquids and gases
- write chemical formula and name different classes of compounds
- use scientific notation, covert SI units and identify significant figures
- write and balance chemical equations
- determine molar masses for elements and compounds.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP940

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- name ionic and molecular compounds
- draw Lewis structures and describe intermolecular forces
- determine bond order and molecular shape
- calculate molar mass, use Avogadro's number and perform molar conversions
- balance chemical equations and use stoichiometry
- calculate molarity and solve solution concentration problems
- calculate pH and understand acid/base strength
- solve redox equations
- explain the effect of pressure, temperature and volume on gases
- understand the concept of equilibrium in chemical reactions and Le Chatèlier’s principle
- name, draw and identify carbon compounds and functional groups.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP941

##### Available at

Callaghan and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- identify the limiting reagent when chemicals are mixed and calculate the theoretical yield for the chemical reaction
- calculate percentage yield
- convert between chemical and empirical formulas
- determine the empirical formula of a substance from the % mass contribution
- calculate the standard electrode potential for redox reactions
- determine the oxidation number of atoms within compounds and molecules
- calculate the concentration of an unknown solution using titration
- calculate enthalpy change for a chemical reaction using Hess’s Law
- use specific and molar heat capacities
- perform calculations using the ideal gas equation
- calculate partial pressures
- understand that there are exceptions to VSEPR
- write equilibrium expressions and calculate equilibrium constants
- identify isomers of an organic compound
- identify chiral centres in an organic compound.

Best prep for CHEM1010/CHEM1110 or CHEM1020/CHEM1120

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP900

##### Available at

Callaghan or Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate strategies for problem solving in physics
- use units, metric prefixes and significant figures in calculations
- use algebra to solve physics problems eg motion along a line
- construct vectors and do vector calculations
- solve two dimensional problems.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP970

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- use appropriate units to solve basic physics principles e.g. Force , work, energy
- define and name different isotopes and unstable nuclides
- name the three types of radiation. Levels of penetration and detection of radioactive emissions
- define radiopharmaceuticals
- explain the effect of ionising radiation on biological systems
- describe radiation doses using rad, Sievert
- give examples of serious early effects of high radiation doses.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP960

##### Available at

Callaghan, Ourimbah and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- explain why knowledge of anatomy and physiology is important
- explain why we use specific terminology
- describe the use of prefixes, roots and suffixes
- define eponyms, acronyms and abbreviations
- discuss the anatomical position and sectional planes
- describe the structural organisation of the human body
- discuss the human body’s four types of macromolecules
- define the four types of tissue and 11 organ systems in the body
- define the monomers and construction methods of the four main molecules found in the human body
- describe the key structures and functions of the cardiovascular, respiratory and renal systems
- describe the key structures and functions of the skeletal, muscular, and digestive systems
- explain the structure of DNA.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP820

##### Available at

N/a

##### Learning outcomes

- define the study of linguistics
- analyse word classes and criteria used for word classes in English
- analyse sentences for tense and aspect
- identify phrase structure
- identify sentence structure.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP780

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- use scientific notation and identify significant figures
- solve linear equations involving fractions and brackets

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP700

##### Available at

Callaghan and online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- calculate dosages using basic mental arithmetic
- use a calculator to check calculations for tablets and liquids
- perform Unit calculations (ml & L, mcg and mg)
- calculate Flow rates in mL/hr and drops per minute, the time taken or the volume to be used
- perform conversions between mcg/hr, mL/hr, and mcg/min with a 1mg/1mL solution.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP920

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent skills using surds, indices and logarithms
- solve two dimensional geometric problems
- define and use differentiation to find the slope of a curve
- find the equation of the tangent line to any given function
- solve indefinite and definite integrals.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP950

##### Available at

Callaghan and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- identify the different data types
- construct and interpret tables and graphs from a set of data
- explain the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics
- calculate the mode, median and the mean from a set of data
- define variability, its measures and their uses
- explain why we standardise data
- explain the normal distribution and be able to apply it
- write up a hypothesis test and interpret the results
- explain the basis for different hypothesis tests
- explain the use of correlation, linear regression and Chi-squared analysis in assessing relationships.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP820

##### Available at

N/a

##### Learning outcomes

- define the study of linguistics
- analyse word classes and criteria used for word classes in English
- analyse sentences for tense and aspect
- identify phrase structure
- identify sentence structure.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP760

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- analyse an assignment question and interpret a rubric
- search an online library catalogue
- evaluate the reliability of an academic text
- create a reference list
- write a thesis statement
- write a paragraph, using paraphrasing and in-text referencing
- access the university’s support services.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP800

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- determine what the question is asking
- devise a reading plan and take notes
- organise ideas in order to structure the argument in response to the question
- construct grammatically correct sentences
- use evidence to support arguments
- use correct referencing systems
- edit drafts.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP860

##### Available at

Online

##### Learning outcomes

- engage in appropriate online communication via a variety of channels
- evaluate their own digital identity
- apply critical thinking techniques to digital texts
- create a digital media product.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

PREP8500

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- gain confidence using Canvas, the University of Newcastle online learning system including practice quizzes and examinations
- submit a practice assessment to Turnitin, the text matching software that helps you reference correctly to avoid plagiarism and academic misconduct
- how to make the most of an online Zoom class
- store, edit and share documents using OneDrive
- enhance your skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

For more info on course content and availability view the course overview

##### Course code

EPPREP980

##### Available at

Callaghan, Online

##### Learning outcomes

- Understand the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and how it fits into any project design process
- Understand Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
- Analyse and deconstruct briefs into a logical simplification
- Design solutions using logical communication
- Apply Python syntax and appropriate communicative documentation to designed solutions
- Test and troubleshoot developed programs

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP790

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online.

##### Learning outcomes

- distinguish between elements, compounds and mixtures
- outline basic atomic structure
- explain the structure of the periodic table, distinguish metals, non-metals, liquids and gases
- write chemical formula and name different classes of compounds
- use scientific notation, covert SI units and identify significant figures
- write and balance chemical equations
- determine molar masses for elements and compounds.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP940

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- name ionic and molecular compounds
- draw Lewis structures and describe intermolecular forces
- determine bond order and molecular shape
- calculate molar mass, use Avogadro's number and perform molar conversions
- balance chemical equations and use stoichiometry
- calculate molarity and solve solution concentration problems
- calculate pH and understand acid/base strength
- solve redox equations
- explain the effect of pressure, temperature and volume on gases
- understand the concept of equilibrium in chemical reactions and Le Chatèlier’s principle
- name, draw and identify carbon compounds and functional groups.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP941

##### Available at

Callaghan and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- identify the limiting reagent when chemicals are mixed and calculate the theoretical yield for the chemical reaction
- calculate percentage yield
- convert between chemical and empirical formulas
- determine the empirical formula of a substance from the % mass contribution
- calculate the standard electrode potential for redox reactions
- determine the oxidation number of atoms within compounds and molecules
- calculate the concentration of an unknown solution using titration
- calculate enthalpy change for a chemical reaction using Hess’s Law
- use specific and molar heat capacities
- perform calculations using the ideal gas equation
- calculate partial pressures
- understand that there are exceptions to VSEPR
- write equilibrium expressions and calculate equilibrium constants
- identify isomers of an organic compound
- identify chiral centres in an organic compound.

Best prep for CHEM1010/CHEM1110 or CHEM1020/CHEM1120

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP900

##### Available at

Callaghan or Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate strategies for problem solving in physics
- use units, metric prefixes and significant figures in calculations
- use algebra to solve physics problems eg motion along a line
- construct vectors and do vector calculations
- solve two dimensional problems.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP970

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- use appropriate units to solve basic physics principles e.g. Force , work, energy
- define and name different isotopes and unstable nuclides
- name the three types of radiation. Levels of penetration and detection of radioactive emissions
- define radiopharmaceuticals
- explain the effect of ionising radiation on biological systems
- describe radiation doses using rad, Sievert
- give examples of serious early effects of high radiation doses.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP960

##### Available at

Callaghan, Ourimbah and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- explain why knowledge of anatomy and physiology is important
- explain why we use specific terminology
- describe the use of prefixes, roots and suffixes
- define eponyms, acronyms and abbreviations
- discuss the anatomical position and sectional planes
- describe the structural organisation of the human body
- discuss the human body’s four types of macromolecules
- define the four types of tissue and 11 organ systems in the body
- define the monomers and construction methods of the four main molecules found in the human body
- describe the key structures and functions of the cardiovascular, respiratory and renal systems
- describe the key structures and functions of the skeletal, muscular, and digestive systems
- explain the structure of DNA.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

### All courses

##### Course code

EPPREP760

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- analyse an assignment question and interpret a rubric
- search an online library catalogue
- evaluate the reliability of an academic text
- create a reference list
- write a thesis statement
- write a paragraph, using paraphrasing and in-text referencing
- access the university’s support services.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP800

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- determine what the question is asking
- devise a reading plan and take notes
- organise ideas in order to structure the argument in response to the question
- construct grammatically correct sentences
- use evidence to support arguments
- use correct referencing systems
- edit drafts.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP860

##### Available at

Online

##### Learning outcomes

- engage in appropriate online communication via a variety of channels
- evaluate their own digital identity
- apply critical thinking techniques to digital texts
- create a digital media product.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

PREP8500

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- how to make the most of an online Zoom class
- store, edit and share documents using OneDrive
- enhance your skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

For more info on course content and availability view the course overview

##### Course code

EPPREP980

##### Available at

Callaghan, Online

##### Learning outcomes

- Understand the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and how it fits into any project design process
- Understand Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
- Analyse and deconstruct briefs into a logical simplification
- Design solutions using logical communication
- Apply Python syntax and appropriate communicative documentation to designed solutions
- Test and troubleshoot developed programs

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

PREP8500

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- how to make the most of an online Zoom class
- store, edit and share documents using OneDrive
- enhance your skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

For more info on course content and availability view the course overview

##### Course code

EPPREP780

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- use scientific notation and identify significant figures
- solve linear equations involving fractions and brackets

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP700

##### Available at

Callaghan and online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- calculate dosages using basic mental arithmetic
- use a calculator to check calculations for tablets and liquids
- perform Unit calculations (ml & L, mcg and mg)
- calculate Flow rates in mL/hr and drops per minute, the time taken or the volume to be used
- perform conversions between mcg/hr, mL/hr, and mcg/min with a 1mg/1mL solution.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP930

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- create and then solve simultaneous equations in an engineering context
- rearrange formulas in an engineering context
- model engineering processes using linear or quadratic graphs
- use trigonometry to develop parametric equations
- differentiate common functions arising in engineering
- interpret differentiation as a rate of change, and apply to equations of motion
- solve optimisation problems with an engineering context
- integrate common functions arising in engineering
- solve separable differential equation with an engineering context
- calculate volume of a revolved solid.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP920

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent skills using surds, indices and logarithms
- solve two dimensional geometric problems
- define and use differentiation to find the slope of a curve
- find the equation of the tangent line to any given function
- solve indefinite and definite integrals.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP950

##### Available at

Callaghan and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- identify the different data types
- construct and interpret tables and graphs from a set of data
- explain the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics
- calculate the mode, median and the mean from a set of data
- define variability, its measures and their uses
- explain why we standardise data
- explain the normal distribution and be able to apply it
- write up a hypothesis test and interpret the results
- explain the basis for different hypothesis tests
- explain the use of correlation, linear regression and Chi-squared analysis in assessing relationships.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP790

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online.

##### Learning outcomes

- distinguish between elements, compounds and mixtures
- outline basic atomic structure
- explain the structure of the periodic table, distinguish metals, non-metals, liquids and gases
- write chemical formula and name different classes of compounds
- use scientific notation, covert SI units and identify significant figures
- write and balance chemical equations
- determine molar masses for elements and compounds.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP940

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- name ionic and molecular compounds
- draw Lewis structures and describe intermolecular forces
- determine bond order and molecular shape
- calculate molar mass, use Avogadro's number and perform molar conversions
- balance chemical equations and use stoichiometry
- calculate molarity and solve solution concentration problems
- calculate pH and understand acid/base strength
- solve redox equations
- explain the effect of pressure, temperature and volume on gases
- understand the concept of equilibrium in chemical reactions and Le Chatèlier’s principle
- name, draw and identify carbon compounds and functional groups.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP941

##### Available at

Callaghan and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- identify the limiting reagent when chemicals are mixed and calculate the theoretical yield for the chemical reaction
- calculate percentage yield
- convert between chemical and empirical formulas
- determine the empirical formula of a substance from the % mass contribution
- calculate the standard electrode potential for redox reactions
- determine the oxidation number of atoms within compounds and molecules
- calculate the concentration of an unknown solution using titration
- calculate enthalpy change for a chemical reaction using Hess’s Law
- use specific and molar heat capacities
- perform calculations using the ideal gas equation
- calculate partial pressures
- understand that there are exceptions to VSEPR
- write equilibrium expressions and calculate equilibrium constants
- identify isomers of an organic compound
- identify chiral centres in an organic compound.

Best prep for CHEM1010/CHEM1110 or CHEM1020/CHEM1120

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP900

##### Available at

Callaghan or Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate strategies for problem solving in physics
- use units, metric prefixes and significant figures in calculations
- use algebra to solve physics problems eg motion along a line
- construct vectors and do vector calculations
- solve two dimensional problems.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP970

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- use appropriate units to solve basic physics principles e.g. Force , work, energy
- define and name different isotopes and unstable nuclides
- name the three types of radiation. Levels of penetration and detection of radioactive emissions
- define radiopharmaceuticals
- explain the effect of ionising radiation on biological systems
- describe radiation doses using rad, Sievert
- give examples of serious early effects of high radiation doses.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP960

##### Available at

Callaghan, Ourimbah and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- explain why knowledge of anatomy and physiology is important
- explain why we use specific terminology
- describe the use of prefixes, roots and suffixes
- define eponyms, acronyms and abbreviations
- discuss the anatomical position and sectional planes
- describe the structural organisation of the human body
- discuss the human body’s four types of macromolecules
- define the four types of tissue and 11 organ systems in the body
- define the monomers and construction methods of the four main molecules found in the human body
- describe the key structures and functions of the cardiovascular, respiratory and renal systems
- describe the key structures and functions of the skeletal, muscular, and digestive systems
- explain the structure of DNA.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP820

##### Available at

N/a

##### Learning outcomes

- define the study of linguistics
- analyse word classes and criteria used for word classes in English
- analyse sentences for tense and aspect
- identify phrase structure
- identify sentence structure.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP830

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate knowledge of syntax and grammar (including punctuation)
- communicate effectively by using language conventions appropriate to audience and context
- read and comprehend texts of different lengths and formats, topics, and levels of complexity
- demonstrate ability to use different reading processes including: access, identify, integrate, interpret, evaluate, and reflect.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP840

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- identify mathematical information and meaning in activities and texts
- use and apply mathematical knowledge and problem-solving processes
- interpret, evaluate, communicate and represent mathematics.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP760

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- analyse an assignment question and interpret a rubric
- search an online library catalogue
- evaluate the reliability of an academic text
- create a reference list
- write a thesis statement
- write a paragraph, using paraphrasing and in-text referencing
- access the university’s support services.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP800

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- determine what the question is asking
- devise a reading plan and take notes
- organise ideas in order to structure the argument in response to the question
- construct grammatically correct sentences
- use evidence to support arguments
- use correct referencing systems
- edit drafts.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP860

##### Available at

Online

##### Learning outcomes

- engage in appropriate online communication via a variety of channels
- evaluate their own digital identity
- apply critical thinking techniques to digital texts
- create a digital media product.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

PREP8500

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- how to make the most of an online Zoom class
- store, edit and share documents using OneDrive
- enhance your skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

For more info on course content and availability view the course overview

##### Course code

EPPREP980

##### Available at

Callaghan, Online

##### Learning outcomes

- Understand the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and how it fits into any project design process
- Understand Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
- Analyse and deconstruct briefs into a logical simplification
- Design solutions using logical communication
- Apply Python syntax and appropriate communicative documentation to designed solutions
- Test and troubleshoot developed programs

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP780

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- use scientific notation and identify significant figures
- solve linear equations involving fractions and brackets

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP700

##### Available at

Callaghan and online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent numeracy skills
- calculate dosages using basic mental arithmetic
- use a calculator to check calculations for tablets and liquids
- perform Unit calculations (ml & L, mcg and mg)
- calculate Flow rates in mL/hr and drops per minute, the time taken or the volume to be used
- perform conversions between mcg/hr, mL/hr, and mcg/min with a 1mg/1mL solution.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP930

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- create and then solve simultaneous equations in an engineering context
- rearrange formulas in an engineering context
- model engineering processes using linear or quadratic graphs
- use trigonometry to develop parametric equations
- differentiate common functions arising in engineering
- interpret differentiation as a rate of change, and apply to equations of motion
- solve optimisation problems with an engineering context
- integrate common functions arising in engineering
- solve separable differential equation with an engineering context
- calculate volume of a revolved solid.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP920

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate competent skills using surds, indices and logarithms
- solve two dimensional geometric problems
- define and use differentiation to find the slope of a curve
- find the equation of the tangent line to any given function
- solve indefinite and definite integrals.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP950

##### Available at

Callaghan and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- identify the different data types
- construct and interpret tables and graphs from a set of data
- explain the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics
- calculate the mode, median and the mean from a set of data
- define variability, its measures and their uses
- explain why we standardise data
- explain the normal distribution and be able to apply it
- write up a hypothesis test and interpret the results
- explain the basis for different hypothesis tests

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP790

##### Available at

Callaghan, Central Coast and Online.

##### Learning outcomes

- distinguish between elements, compounds and mixtures
- outline basic atomic structure
- explain the structure of the periodic table, distinguish metals, non-metals, liquids and gases
- write chemical formula and name different classes of compounds
- use scientific notation, covert SI units and identify significant figures
- write and balance chemical equations
- determine molar masses for elements and compounds.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP940

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- name ionic and molecular compounds
- draw Lewis structures and describe intermolecular forces
- determine bond order and molecular shape
- calculate molar mass, use Avogadro's number and perform molar conversions
- balance chemical equations and use stoichiometry
- calculate molarity and solve solution concentration problems
- calculate pH and understand acid/base strength
- solve redox equations
- explain the effect of pressure, temperature and volume on gases
- understand the concept of equilibrium in chemical reactions and Le Chatèlier’s principle
- name, draw and identify carbon compounds and functional groups.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP941

##### Available at

Callaghan and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- calculate percentage yield
- convert between chemical and empirical formulas
- determine the empirical formula of a substance from the % mass contribution
- calculate the standard electrode potential for redox reactions
- determine the oxidation number of atoms within compounds and molecules
- calculate the concentration of an unknown solution using titration
- calculate enthalpy change for a chemical reaction using Hess’s Law
- use specific and molar heat capacities
- perform calculations using the ideal gas equation
- calculate partial pressures
- understand that there are exceptions to VSEPR
- write equilibrium expressions and calculate equilibrium constants
- identify isomers of an organic compound
- identify chiral centres in an organic compound.

Best prep for CHEM1010/CHEM1110 or CHEM1020/CHEM1120

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP900

##### Available at

Callaghan or Online

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate strategies for problem solving in physics
- use units, metric prefixes and significant figures in calculations
- use algebra to solve physics problems eg motion along a line
- construct vectors and do vector calculations
- solve two dimensional problems.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP970

##### Available at

Callaghan

##### Learning outcomes

- use appropriate units to solve basic physics principles e.g. Force , work, energy
- define and name different isotopes and unstable nuclides
- name the three types of radiation. Levels of penetration and detection of radioactive emissions
- define radiopharmaceuticals
- explain the effect of ionising radiation on biological systems
- describe radiation doses using rad, Sievert
- give examples of serious early effects of high radiation doses.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP960

##### Available at

Callaghan, Ourimbah and Online

##### Learning outcomes

- explain why knowledge of anatomy and physiology is important
- explain why we use specific terminology
- describe the use of prefixes, roots and suffixes
- define eponyms, acronyms and abbreviations
- discuss the anatomical position and sectional planes
- describe the structural organisation of the human body
- discuss the human body’s four types of macromolecules
- define the four types of tissue and 11 organ systems in the body
- define the monomers and construction methods of the four main molecules found in the human body
- describe the key structures and functions of the cardiovascular, respiratory and renal systems
- describe the key structures and functions of the skeletal, muscular, and digestive systems
- explain the structure of DNA.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP820

##### Available at

N/a

##### Learning outcomes

- define the study of linguistics
- analyse word classes and criteria used for word classes in English
- analyse sentences for tense and aspect
- identify phrase structure
- identify sentence structure.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP830

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- demonstrate knowledge of syntax and grammar (including punctuation)
- communicate effectively by using language conventions appropriate to audience and context
- read and comprehend texts of different lengths and formats, topics, and levels of complexity
- demonstrate ability to use different reading processes including: access, identify, integrate, interpret, evaluate, and reflect.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

##### Course code

EPPREP840

##### Available at

Callaghan and Ourimbah

##### Learning outcomes

- identify mathematical information and meaning in activities and texts
- use and apply mathematical knowledge and problem-solving processes
- interpret, evaluate, communicate and represent mathematics.

For more info on course content and availability view the course handbook

### How to enrol

#### How to enrol as a current student

University of Newcastle students can enrol in NUPrep courses through myHub, found on myUni. If you are a new student you need to activate your student account first.

- log into myHub
- select the
**NUPrep Bridging and Refresher**option - click on '
**Enrol in EPPREP (NUPrep Course)**' button and follow the instructions - complete the
**EPPREP Electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF) request for Commonwealth support and HECS-HELP Enabling Program Students**and follow the steps. This process means the Commonwealth Government will pay for your NUPrep course and check your eligibility **select your course**and add it from the dropdown list – make sure you select the correct commencement date and location.

If you need help with enrolment you can contact our friendly staff by emailing NUPrep@newcastle.edu.au

#### How to enrol as a current student

University of Newcastle students can enrol in NUPrep courses through myHub, found on myUni. If you are a new student you need to activate your student account first.

- log into myHub
- select the
**NUPrep Bridging and Refresher**option - click on '
**Enrol in EPPREP (NUPrep Course)**' button and follow the instructions - complete the
**EPPREP Electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF) request for Commonwealth support and HECS-HELP Enabling Program Students**and follow the steps. This process means the Commonwealth Government will pay for your NUPrep course and check your eligibility **select your course**and add it from the dropdown list – make sure you select the correct commencement date and location.

If you need help with enrolment you can contact our friendly staff by emailing NUPrep@newcastle.edu.au

#### How to enrol as a community member

Applying is quick and easy!

- Select Apply Now
- Fill out your details and select ‘Create Account’
- Select ‘Get Started’ at the bottom of the next page
- Complete your Personal Details
- Select ‘NUPrep Bridging and Refresher’ when asked ‘What do you want to study’
- Select ‘Community’ as your stream
- Complete your application by uploading your identification documentation and submitting.

If you have any questions about applying, please contact our team at nuprep@newcastle.edu.au or phone us on 02 4921 5558.

### FAQ

### Enrolment and course info

###### When can I enrol?

You will be able to enrol in NUPrep Bridging and Refresher Courses 1-2 months prior to each NUPrep Term. Check the Key Dates section on this page for more information.

###### How many NUPrep courses can I enrol in?

We recommend taking no more than 1-2 courses per week during the NUPrep Term. It is important to keep on top of your classes and sometimes students find this difficult to juggle more than this in one week.

###### Do I need to enrol in the course and select class times like I do in my undergraduate/enabling courses?

Selecting class times is **only required for courses with multiple class options.**

###### What materials do I need for the courses?

For NUPrep courses you'll just need access to a working computer, plus whatever writing/note-taking implements you like to use. For the best experience with Canvas, please make sure you use the correct browser.

There are no textbooks required for these courses and you won't be required to purchase any software or programs. Your lecturer will give you more information about what is required on your Canvas course site.

###### How do I find out about the course content and assessment tasks?

Each course has a dedicated Canvas site which contains all the relevant information. When you enrol in your NUPrep Bridging and Refresher course you will automatically be added to the Canvas site for that course.

### Course participation and assessments

###### Will there be any assessments?

Yes, there will be some assessment. The amount and type of assessment varies with each course and each subject. The short tasks are designed to help you master some of the skills and develop an understanding of your learning strengths and weaknesses, before you start your formal study.

The assessment tasks could be, short take home tasks, online quizzes, small tasks completed in the class or a mixture of all of these. Feedback regarding your completion of the assessment tasks can be used as a valuable tool to help with your learning.

Past students comment that feedback from the quizzes and tasks helped them to organise their learning and focused their attention on the things they needed to practise.

The aim of the assessment tasks is to help students become effective independent learners by understanding their learning. The assessment tasks, teach specific strategies for planning, monitoring and evaluating your academic progress.

###### Is my participation monitored?

Your participation in the courses either by attending classes, watching class recordings or completing the online modules will be monitored. This is evidence of your engagement with the course material and the assessment tasks. If you do not engage with the course content at all you will not be given an un-graded pass.

###### When will I get a notification of my grade?

Results will be available in myHub on the Fully Graded Date, you can find them by clicking the Academic Records tile > View my grades. To see the Fully Graded Date for the next NUPrep term, check the Key Dates section on this page.

### Withdrawing or completing NUPrep

###### I started a NUPrep course now I want to withdraw. How and when do I need to do this?

- If you have enrolled in a NUPrep course and no longer wish to complete it, simply drop the course in myHub.
- If you do this before the Census Date, no record of the course will appear on your academic transcript.
- If you stay enrolled in the NUPrep course beyond the Census Date and do not complete the course material, the course will appear on your academic transcript with a WW (withdrawn) grade.

**There are no fees charged for any NUPrep courses or programs.*

###### Is there a record of my course completion?

Yes, all NUPrep Bridging and Refresher courses with an EPPREP* code that you successfully complete will be recorded on your academic transcript with a grade of U/P (ungraded pass).

- If you withdraw before the Census Date, no record of the course will appear on your academic transcript.
- If you stay enrolled in the NUPrep course beyond the Census Date and do not complete the course material, the course will appear on your academic transcript with a WW (withdrawn) grade.

**Codes that begin with PREP are more of a workshop format and do not have an assessment component. You won't receive a grade, and the courses won't appear on your academic transcript.*

###### Do I get credit for completing this course, and does this count towards my GPA?

No credit is given for NUPrep courses and they do not count towards your undergraduate or enabling pathways Grade Point Average (GPA) or Weighted Average Mark (WAM).

### Course Logistics

###### What if my NUPrep classes clash with my program orientation?

Although we try to minimise the clash between NUPrep classes and Orientation sessions during the week prior to Semester starting, there will, unfortunately, be some crossover.

**You should aim to attend your degree/program Orientation sessions as a priority**. Don't worry, you won't miss out - you will be able to catch up on any class recordings you miss through the Canvas course sites.

###### How do I communicate with the lecturer and/or fellow students?

There is a Discussions area on the Canvas site for your course. This Discussions area can be used for general introductions and questions. If you wish to contact your lecturer, the contact details are on Canvas. You are welcome to send an email at any time, but just be aware that your lecturer may not respond outside business hours.

To see the Census Date for the next NUPrep term, check the Key Dates section on this page.

Couldn’t find what you were after? Our friendly staff are available to answer any questions you might have.

You can email your question to enabling@newcastle.edu.au or call us on +61 2 4921 7791

### Class timetable

NUPrep courses run periodically throughout the NUPrep Term and not every course is available in every location.

Check out our timetables below for location details:

**Online**

Course Code | Course Name | Course Start | Course End |
---|---|---|---|

EPPREP700 | Mathematics for Health, Medicine and Wellbeing | 18-03-2024 | 03-05-2024 |

EPPREP790 | Foundation Chemistry | 18-03-2024 | 03-05-2024 |

EPPREP950 | Surviving Statistics for Tertiary Studies | 18-03-2024 | 03-05-2024 |

EPPREP960 | Introduction to Human Biology | 18-03-2024 | 03-05-2024 |

EPPREP760 | Academic Survival Skills | 05-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

EPPREP780 | Mathematics for Beginners | 05-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

EPPREP800 | Writing for University | 05-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

EPPREP860 | Digital Literacies | 05-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

EPPREP900 | Foundation Physics | 05-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

**Ourimbah**

Course Code | Course Name | Course Start | Course End |
---|---|---|---|

PREP8500 | Introduction to University e-Learning Systems | 29-01-2024 | 31-01-2024 |

EPPREP760 | Academic Survival Skills | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP780 | Mathematics for Beginners | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP790 | Foundation Chemistry | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP800 | Writing for University | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP830 | LANTITE: Literacy for Pre-Service Teachers | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP840 | LANTITE: Numeracy for Pre-Service Teachers | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP940 | Introduction to Undergraduate Chemistry | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP960 | Introduction to Human Biology | 19-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

**Callaghan**

Course Code | Course Name | Course Start | Course End |
---|---|---|---|

PREP8500 | Introduction to University e-Learning Systems | 29-01-2024 | 31-01-2024 |

EPPREP700 | Maths for Health, Medicine and Wellbeing | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP760 | Academic Survival Skills | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP780 | Mathematics for Beginners | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP790 | Foundation Chemistry | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP800 | Writing for University | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP820 | Grammar for Linguistics | 19-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

EPPREP830 | LANTITE: Literacy for Pre-Service Teachers | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP840 | LANTITE: Numeracy for Pre-Service Teachers | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP850 | Mathematics Bridging for Education | 15-01-2024 | 19-01-2024 |

EPPREP900 | Foundation Physics | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP920 | Introduction to Foundational Mathematics | 19-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

EPPREP930 | Introduction to Mathematics for Engineering, Science and Technology | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP940 | Introduction to Undergraduate Chemistry | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP941 | Introduction to Undergraduate Chemistry (Advanced) | 19-02-2024 | 23-02-2024 |

EPPREP950 | Surviving Statistics for Tertiary Studies | 19-02-2024 | 22-02-2024 |

EPPREP960 | Introduction to Human Biology | 05-02-2024 | 09-02-2024 |

EPPREP970 | Physics for Medical Radiation Science | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

EPPREP980 | Introduction to Programming | 12-02-2024 | 16-02-2024 |

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