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Subject Area Index

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Subject Area - YMED  Term - Semester 1 2018

YMED1002 (AUA) YMED1004 (AUA) YMED5001 (AUA) YMED5001 (AUB) YMED5002 (ASB) YMED5002 (AUB)
YMED5003 (AUA) YMED5004 (ASB) YMED5004 (AUB) YMED5005 (AUA) YMED5006 (ASB) YMED5006 (AUB)
YMED5007 (ASB) YMED5007 (AUA) YMED5007 (AUB) YMED5009 (ASB) YMED5010 (ASB) YMED5010 (AUA)

Data is correct as at Thu Jul 19 18:01:01 AEST 2018

Comp Sect Class Type Status Enr/Cap % Full Times (weeks, Location) - default 1hour 
YMED1002   College Mathematics (AUA)
WEBWEB 9900EnrOpen2/50 4%  
YMED1004   Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 (AUA)
WEBWEB 9901EnrOpen2/50 4%  
YMED5001   Homeland Security (AUA)
WEBWEB11404EnrOpen0/30 0%  
YMED5001   Homeland Security (AUB)
WEBWEB111408EnrOpen1/30 3%  
YMED5002   Hazards Governance (ASB)
WEBWEB10517EnrOpen0/30 0%  
YMED5002   Hazards Governance (AUB)
WEBWEB111407EnrOpen0/30 0%  
YMED5003   Public Management (AUA)
WEBWEB11405EnrOpen1/10 10%  
YMED5004   IT in Emergency Management (ASB)
WEBWEB10518EnrOpen3/30 10%  
YMED5004   IT in Emergency Management (AUB)
WEBWEB111413EnrOpen1/10 10%  
YMED5005   Community Resilience Recovery (AUA)
WEBWEB11406EnrOpen0/10 0%  
YMED5006   Interoperability for Emergency (ASB)
WEBWEB10519EnrOpen2/30 7%  
YMED5006   Interoperability for Emergency (AUB)
WEBWEB111414EnrOpen0/10 0%  
YMED5007   Critical Incident Stress Mangt (ASB)
WEBWEB10520EnrOpen3/30 10%  
YMED5007   Critical Incident Stress Mangt (AUA)
WEBWEB111411EnrOpen0/10 0%  
YMED5007   Critical Incident Stress Mangt (AUB)
WEBWEB211412EnrFull2/2 100%  
YMED5009   Prog. Evaluation for EM and HS (ASB)
WEBWEB10521EnrOpen0/30 0%  
YMED5010   GIS and Analysis (ASB)
WEBWEB10522EnrOpen2/30 7%  
YMED5010   GIS and Analysis (AUA)
WEBWEB111409EnrOpen0/10 0%  
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* This class requires consent. Students cannot self-enrol.
# Timetable clash allowed.
/odd  Runs in odd weeks only.     /even  Runs in even weeks only.
Comb/w Jointly taught with corresponding class(es) for specified course(s). Capacity shown is effective capacity.
      Effective capacity is the class capacity less any places taken by students in the other jointly-taught classes.
[  ] Class capacity where different from effective capacity.
Shaded cells:  LEC Activity different from previous
Stop Status is Stop Further Enrolment, Tentative, Closed or Cancelled
100%   Class is full (> 100% means capacity is exceeded)
80%   Class is nearly full (80% or more)
50%   Class is half full
0%   Class is less than half full