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R74 University Certificate in Australian Cultural Studies

(International students)



This flexible interdisciplinary program provides an exciting range of learning environments for the study of Australian cultures and environments and together with varying and often conflicting interpretations of the issues contributing to Australian society and identity.  Students select according to their needs from disciplines including history, geography, politics, literature and film and indigenous Australian studies.



Four units selected from:


ACS1122 Regional Studies: Nyungar 15
ACS2133 Aboriginal Communities 15
ENG3233 Australian Narrative and Film 15
GEO1104 Introduction to Geography: Environment, Space, Place 15
HIS1102 Sense of History 1 15
ACS2122 Aboriginal Perspectives on the Environment 15
ACS2123 Confronting Contemporary Aboriginal Issues 15
ENG3213 Australian Literature and Society (Contemporary) 15
GEO3123 Physical Geography: Landforms and Landscapes 15
GEO3127 People and Global Environmental Issues 15
HIS3131 Themes in Australian History 15
HIS3133 From Invasion Towards Reconciliation: Australia 1788-1988 15
POL3127 Australian Government 15
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004