|Humanities Pathway Program - 7016|
The Humanities Pathway Program is an enabling program that provides:
On successful completion of the program, students will receive some academic credit for work completed in the diploma and will be offered entry to mainstream degree programs at UNSW. Indigenous students will be offered a place in Arts and Social Sciences or Combined Arts/Law. General Plan students will be offered a place in Arts and Social Sciences degree programs subject to meeting the minimum WAM requirements below:
Media (Media Production), Media (Screen & Sound), Criminology & Criminal Justice - 70 WAM
Media (Comm & Journalism), Media (PR & Advertising), International Studies - 75 WAM
Students will also be eligible for some advanced standing.
By undertaking the Humanities Pathway program, motivated students will have the opportunity to
Students who successfully complete the Law Plan (Indigenous only) will, in addition, develop foundational legal skills and knowledge and be exposed to a range of practical legal experiences which will equip them to undertake the LLB.
Students must complete a total of 48 units of credit (UOC) in approved courses. For details of courses please consult the individual plan records below.
The Diploma may be undertaken in the following three streams:
Indigenous students intending to seek admission to the LLB must complete the Law (Indigenous) plan, and may only enter combined LLB/Arts or Social Sciences programs.
Indigenous students intending to seek admission to the Arts and Social Sciences programs must complete the Arts and Social Sciences (Indigenous) plan.
Students from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds intending to seek admission to Arts and Social Sciences programs must complete the Arts and Social Sciences (General) plan.
Note: Student enrolments will be Commonwealth-funded and students will not have to pay Commonwealth Support charges.
For information regarding fees for UNSW programs, please refer to the following website: https://my.unsw.edu.au/student/fees/FeesMainPage.html
Applicants for the Indigenous Plans (HUMSA17016 - HUMSC17016)
Applicants for the General Plan (HUMSB17016)
As part of the selection process shortlisted applicants will be required to complete a short writing skills test and attend an interview with the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in late January 2012
The program provides for articulation to Arts and Social Sciences programs and combined LLB/Arts and Social Sciences programs. On successful completion, students will be elgible for some advanced standng in completed courses that form parts of Arts and Social Sciences programs and combined LLB/Arts and Social Sciences programs.
If, on completion of requirements, a student gains admission to a degree program they would articulate with specified credit.
A student who completes the program but does not wish to proceed to a degree program would be provided with a Certificate of Achievement certifying that they have completed an enabling program.
Students who complete the Diploma and progress to an approved undergraduate degree program will be eligible for advanced standing (transfer credit) in successfully completed courses that form part of that program. For details of credit available please consult the individual plan records.[an error occurred while processing this directive]