There are a number of pre-study modules new students are required to complete before you start your studies.
Complete your modules early so that you can apply these values throughout your learning experience and know how to react in emergency situations.
You only need to complete them once in your student life but you'll continue to have access to them if you want to refer back to the information.
Academic integrity and Respect at USC modules
USC is committed to embedding and fostering a culture of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility. To ensure these core values are understood, new undergraduate and postgraduate students are required to successfully complete the Academic Integrity and Respect at USC modules before they start their studies.
These compulsory modules are designed to create a shared understanding of what it means to be a respectful member of the USC community that values academic integrity.
Each module has been designed to provide you with key information about academic honesty and respectful relationships early in your studies so that you can apply these values throughout your learning experience.
What happens if I don't complete the modules?
You won’t be able to access your final grades when they are released until you successfully complete the modules.
Completing your modules early will help set you up for success in your studies so you can apply the learnings throughout the semester.
How to complete the modules
Each module consists of quizzes to check your understanding and will take around 40-60 minutes to complete. You can save your progress and come back to complete.
To successfully complete the modules, you need to gain a score of at least 80 per cent in each Academic Integrity quiz to pass and complete the embedded quizzes in the Respect at USC module to progress through. Unlimited attempts are allowed.
Fire and Emergency Preparedness Module (HSW)
This online training module ensures all students and staff know what to do in emergency situations at USC.
The module is compulsory and will take just 5 minutes to complete.
How to complete the module
Once you have enrolled in your courses, log in to Blackboard and under 'My Organisations' select 'Health Safety and Wellbeing Annual Training Modules (Students)'. The 'Fire and Emergency Preparedness Module' is compulsory, the Health, Safety and Wellbeing and Manual Handling module is highly recommended.
Lab induction modules
In order to be granted access to any USC laboratory, you must first complete your mandatory online laboratory induction. The purpose of the induction is to introduce you to the laboratory space, all safety equipment and emergency procedures. Find out more in your course outline, which will detail any requirements of courses with lab components.