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Overview

Australian Studies occupies a unique position in the Australian tertiary curriculum as it offers both Australian and international students the opportunity to examine Australian culture and society from the perspectives of a variety of complementary disciplines and other area studies: English, History, Politics, Sociology, Social Policy, Indigenous Studies, Environmental Studies, Film Studies, Music and Art History.

Study Level

Undergraduate

Minimum Units of Credit

24

Specialisation Type

Minor

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Specialisation Structure

Students must complete 24 UOC.

You must complete 6 UOC Level 1, at least 6 UOC Level 2 and, optionally up to 6 UOC Level 3.

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ARTS/EDUCATION (SECONDARY) STUDENTS

The 24 UOC minor in Australian Studies can be combined with a major in History as preparation for a double first teaching specialisation

Pre-2019 Handbook Editions

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