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Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description:

Australian Studies provides students with knowledge, analytical skills and understandings of contemporary Australian society, cultures and politics, and their place in a globalising world.

Prerequisite(s):

Nil

Assumed Knowledge:

Nil

Courses:

Courses that are in majors, sub-majors and/or minors:
Area and cat no.UnitsLevelReferences
MAJOR (8 courses)
Australian Politics, Civics and CitizenshipPOLI 10134.51
Rights and RacismHUMS 20084.52
Shadow Nation: Flashpoints in Australian Society and CultureHUMS 20364.52
Dreams and Nightmares: The Australian Cultural ImaginaryCOMM 30484.53
Identity and RepresentationHUMS 30144.53
Plus 3 courses from the Electives listed below
SUB-MAJOR (6 courses)
Australian Politics, Civics and CitizenshipPOLI 10134.51
Rights and RacismHUMS 20084.52
Shadow Nation: Flashpoints in Australian Society and CultureHUMS 20364.52
Dreams and Nightmares: The Australian Cultural ImaginaryCOMM 30484.53
Identity and RepresentationHUMS 30144.53
Plus 1 course from the Electives listed below
MINOR (4 courses)
Australian Politics, Civics and CitizenshipPOLI 10134.51
Rights and RacismHUMS 20084.52
Shadow Nation: Flashpoints in Australian Society and CultureHUMS 20364.52
Dreams and Nightmares: The Australian Cultural ImaginaryCOMM 30484.53
ELECTIVES
Indigenous Philosophy: Contesting Knowledge in Social SciencePHIL 10024.51
Aboriginal CulturesHUMS 10354.51
Caring for CountryENVT 10174.51
Comparative Indigenous StudiesHUMS 20174.52
Aboriginal Voices in Film and FictionLANG 20074.52
Communication, Culture and Indigenous AustraliansCOMM 20604.52


Rules:

Nil

Notes:

1.

A student should normally complete Level 1 and Level 2 courses before attempting Level 3 courses in the major/sub-major/minor.

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