The Arts & Social Sciences Capstone is a multi-disciplinary course that provides you with an opportunity to reflect on your disciplinary studies over the previous three levels of study. In particular, the course will consider classics in the literature of liberal education to ask to what extent your study has lived up to the various conceptions and ideals of a university education. You have a chance to think about your own discipline in conversation with students from other disciplines, while developing your own awareness of the disciplinary knowledge and understanding you have acquired.
The course is aimed at assisting you with the transition from your current degree to your role in the world as citizens in employment or further education.
Note: The course will be made available for Summer session providing more flexibility for students meeting this requirement of their program/major. For students for whom summer is not your last session of enrolment, you must obtain approval from your major convenor to enrol in the capstone provided you have completed the necessary courses in your major. Enrolment in the capstone requires faculty approval. Please contact the UNSW Arts & Social Sciences Student Services.
Please note that the University reserves the right to vary student fees in line with relevant legislation. This fee information is provided as a guide and more specific information about fees, including fee policy, can be found on the fee website.
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