Electrophysiological Assessment A

Subject AUDI90012 (2012)

Note: This is an archived Handbook entry from 2012.

Credit Points: 6.25
Level: 9 (Graduate/Postgraduate)
Dates & Locations:

This subject has the following teaching availabilities in 2012:

Semester 2, Parkville - Taught on campus.
Pre-teaching Period Start not applicable
Teaching Period not applicable
Assessment Period End not applicable
Last date to Self-Enrol not applicable
Census Date not applicable
Last date to Withdraw without fail not applicable

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Time Commitment: Contact Hours: 28 hours of lectures, tutorials and practical sessions.
Total Time Commitment: 50 hours
Study Period Commencement:
Credit Points:
Semester 1
Study Period Commencement:
Credit Points:
Recommended Background Knowledge: N/A
Non Allowed Subjects: N/A
Core Participation Requirements: N/A


Ms Angela Marshall


Ms Angela Marshall

Subject Overview: This subject introduces students to the basic concepts of bioengineering and signal processing; the measurement of evoked potentials and their analysis; and vestibular function testing.

Objectives: On completion of this subject students should be able to apply the knowledge and skills obtained in the subject to determine appropriate electrophysiological assessment techniques for patients and critically evaluate published material concerning these electrophysiological assessment techniques.
  • Two written assignments of no more than 250 words each due in mid- to late- semester 2 and of equal weighting – 20%
  • A two hour written examination at the end of the semester – 80%

Hurdle Requirement: Students must pass the written examination in order to pass this subject.

Prescribed Texts: Nil
Recommended Texts: Nil
Breadth Options:

This subject is not available as a breadth subject.

Fees Information: Subject EFTSL, Level, Discipline & Census Date
Generic Skills: At the completion of this subject, students should be able to demonstrate:
• critical thinking, analytical and problem solving skills
• the ability to integrate theory and practice and to apply this in novel situations
• an openness to new ideas
• planning and time management skills
• the ability to communicate their knowledge in both oral and written form

Links to further information: http://www.medoto.unimelb.edu.au/students/master_of_clinical_audiology
Related Course(s): Master of Clinical Audiology

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