Subject Outline (version 2)Introduction to Environmental EconomicsSubject Code: EV2003:03Study Period: 2, 2014Study Mode: InternalCampus: Townsville & CairnsSubject Coordinator: Associate Professor Emma GyurisPre-requisites:e.g., For prerequisites for EV2003, see https://secure.jcu.edu.au/app/studyfinder/index.cfm?subject=EV2003&year=2014&transform=subjectwebview.xsltThis subject outline has been prepared by Emma Gyuris for the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences James Cook University. Updated: May 2014
Q1. This subject is offered across more than one campus and/or mode and/or teaching period within the one calendar year.
Q2. If yes [Q1], the design of all offerings of this subject ensure the same learning outcomes and assessment types and weightings.
Q3. If no [Q2], _________________________ has authorised any variations, in terms of equivalence.
© Copyright 2013This publication is copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, criticism, or review as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process or placed in computer memory without written permission.Contents1. Staff Contact Details 22. Section 1. Subject at a glance 22.1. Student participation requirements 22.2. Assessment Summary 23. Subject details 33.1. Subject description 33.2. Subject learning outcomes 33.3. Student feedback on subject 33.4. Subject resources and special requirements 34. Subject timeline 15. Assessment details 45.1. Requirements for completion of subject 45.2. Feedback on student learning 55.3. Individual assessment items 56. Other information about assessment and student support 86.1. Submission and return of assessment 86.2. Plagiarism and referencing 86.3. Important advice relating to examinations - not relevant to this subject. 86.4. Student support 8Staff Contact Details
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* Expect a 24 hr turnaround Monday-friday. Section 1. Subject at a glance Student participation requirementsThe JCU Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy (4.3) indicates that, "a 3 credit point subject will require a 130 hour work load of study-related participation (including class attendance) over the duration of the study period, irrespective of mode of delivery". This work load comprises timetabled hours and other attendance requirements, as well as personal study hours, including completion of assessment requirements. Note that "attendance at specified classes may be a mandatory requirement for satisfactory completion of some subjects" (Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy, 5.9); and that additional hours may be required per week for those students in...