This document sets out guidelines for the MSc (Botany) major and minor research
to this document, students should be Faculty has that relate to the MSc degree
Master of Science Committee
The Master of Science Committee
administration of the Master of Science research program in the School of Botany. Dr Ed Newbigin coordinates this program in the School and is the committee’s convener. Other members of the Masters Committee are Prof Ian Woodrow, Dr Rick Wetherbee, Dr Ross Waller and Dr Peter Vesk. The committee forms an important part of the academic support services available to Masters students within the department and its members are happy to provide advice. Figure 1 shows other sources of support and advice available to the School’s Masters students.
Masters Students – Rights and Responsibilities
Masters students are full members of the Botany School and are invited to participate in all departmental activities (seminars, excursions, parties, social functions). Masters students with a good level of understanding in a relevant area can also act as demonstrators in undergraduate practical classes. Students should make their interest in demonstrating in a particular subject known to the subject’s coordinator. Students are encouraged to join the School’s postgraduate association
Masters in Science (Botany)