Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

Course summary for current students

Year2017 course information
Award granted Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
CampusOffered at Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong)
Cloud CampusYes
Duration1 year full-time or part-time equivalent
CRICOS course code001816G
Deakin course codeA400

Course sub-headings

Course overview

This course gives high-achieving Bachelor of Arts graduates the opportunity to undertake advanced study in their chosen discipline.

As a student, you’ll undertake both coursework and a substantial research project (thesis) under the supervision of an academic with a professional research record. Conducting your own research will allow you to focus on an area of particular interest to you, and give you the opportunity to contribute to wider debates within your discipline.

The skills you will acquire in a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) will enhance your future career prospects in a broad range of occupations. Furthermore, undertaking honours will provide you with a new level of intellectual stimulation and personal enrichment.

 The research training that Bachelor of Arts (Honours) graduates receive makes them eligible to apply for entry to masters and doctoral research programs.

Fees and charges

Fees and charges vary depending on your course, your fee category and the year you started. To find out about the fees and charges that apply to you, visit www.deakin.edu.au/fees.

Course Learning Outcomes

Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes

Discipline specific knowledge and capabilities

Acquire coherent and advanced knowledge of the underlying principles and concepts in a Humanities or Social Science discipline including Creative and Professional Writing, Children’s Literature, Anthropology, Australian Studies, Criminology, History, Languages, International Relations, Literary Studies, Middle East Studies, Politics or Sociology.

Acquire advanced knowledge of research principles and methods.

Apply this knowledge with initiative and judgement in planning and executing a piece of research and scholarship.

Communication

Demonstrate advanced oral, written and electronic communication skills in the clear and coherent communication of research questions, design and outcomes to diverse audiences and in the production of scholarly papers.  

Digital literacy

Acquire advanced technical skills in the use of a range of digital technologies to research, analyse, synthesise and disseminate information and resources in a rapidly-changing global environment.

Critical thinking

Employ intellectual independence and advanced theoretical knowledge and cognitive skills to critically analyse, evaluate and apply appropriate theories and methodologies in finding solutions to complex problems.  

Problem solving

Apply advanced theoretical knowledge and cognitive and technical skills to review, analyse, identify and apply solutions to complex problems in the Humanities and Social Sciences. 

Self-management

Demonstrate autonomy, responsibility, well-developed judgement and adaptability in learning and professional contexts and accountability for personal actions and in undertaking research and in the communication of research outcomes.  

Teamwork

Work and learn collaboratively with colleagues, other professionals and members of the wider community. 

Global citizenship

Demonstrate an advanced understanding and awareness of ethical issues, cultural diversity, and social responsibility when engaging in scholarship and professional roles in the local, national or international community.

Approved by Faculty Board May 2014

 

Course rules

The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) course requires the completion of 8 credit points of study at level 4. Half of that requirement is met through coursework, which may include directed reading and/or enrolment in course work units, and half is satisfied through a research project (thesis or dissertation) of 14 000/16 000 words. Where creative works form a significant part of the assessment, they must be accompanied by an exegesis of at least 6 000 words, depending on the discipline area. There are no attendance requirements for Cloud (online) enrolled students, although regular consultation with an appointed thesis supervisor is required.

Discipline sequences

Refer to the details of each discipline for availability.

The School of Communication and Creative Arts offers the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in the following disciplines:

Children's LiteratureLiterary Studies, and Professional and Creative Writing.

Notes: 

(i) The School of Communication and Creative Arts offers the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

(ii) For disciplines in the creative arts (Animation and Motion Capture, Dance, Drama, Film and Television, Media and Communication, Photography, Visual Arts and Visual Communication Design) please refer to A450 Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours)

(iii) For disciplines in communication (Journalism, Public Relations, Media and Communication) please refer to A451 Bachelor of Communication (Honours)

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences offers the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in the following disciplines:

Anthropology, Criminology, History, Sociology, International Relations, Politics, Philosophy, Language, Middle East Studies, and Australian Studies.

Notes:

(i) Anthropology and Criminology are offered via located learning at Waurn Ponds (Geelong) and Cloud (online) mode. 

(ii) Australian Studies, History, International Relations, Languages, Middle East Studies, Politics, Philosophy and Sociology are all offered at Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong) and Cloud (online) mode.

Details of discipline sequences

Dance

Note: The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

ACP411 Theory into Practice A [No longer available for enrolment]

ACP412 Theory into Practice B [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Sally Gardner

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel: (03) 9251 7633

Email: sally.gardner@deakin.edu.au

Drama

Note: The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

ACP411 Theory into Practice A [No longer available for enrolment]

ACP412 Theory into Practice B [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Yoni Prior

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel: (03) 9251 7652

Email: yoni.prior@deakin.edu.au

Media Arts (Animation, Film and Video, Photography)

Notes:

(i) The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at the Melbourne Burwood Campus to all students, to Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus students and Off Campus students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

(ii) Media Arts covers the areas of Film, Photography and Animation

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

ACP411 Theory into Practice A [No longer available for enrolment]

ACP412 Theory into Practice B [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area:

Animation and Digital Culture:

Mr Rosemary Woodcock

Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Tel (03) 925 17765

rosemary.woodcock@deakin.edu.au

Film and Video:

Associate Professor Leon Marvell

Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus

Tel (03) 9251 7736

leon.marvell@deakin.edu.au 

Photography:

Mr Dan Armstrong

Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus

Tel (03) 9251 7656

daniel.armstrong@deakin.edu.au 

Visual Arts

Note: The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

ACP411 Theory into Practice A [No longer available for enrolment]

ACP412 Theory into Practice B [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Cameron Bishop

Campus: Waterfront (Geelong)

Tel: (03) 5227 3233

Email: cameron.bishop@deakin.edu.au

Childrens Literature, Literary Studies and Professional and Creative Writing

Units

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

AAR422Honours Research Theory B

ALX420Honours Research Project A

ALX421Honours Research Project B

ALX422Honours Research Project C

ALX423Honours Research Project D

and either:

AAR413Honours Literature Discipline Unit

or

AAR414Honours Writing Discipline Unit


Contact information

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator:

Literary Studies:

Dr Ann Vickery

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)
Tel (03) 9244 3960

Email: ann.vickery@deakin.edu.au

Children's Literature:

Dr Elizabeth Bullen

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel (03) 9244 3965

Email: elizabeth.bullen@deakin.edu.au

Professional and Creative Writing:

Dr Antonia Pont

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)
Tel (03) 9244 6205

Email: a.pont@deakin.edu.au


 

Professional and Creative Writing

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

ALX420Honours Research Project A

and either:

AAR413Honours Literature Discipline Unit

or

AAR414Honours Writing Discipline Unit

Trimester 2

AAR422Honours Research Theory B

ALX421Honours Research Project B

ALX422Honours Research Project C

ALX423Honours Research Project D

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Antonia Pont
Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Telephone: (03) 9244 6205
Email: a.pont@deakin.edu.au

Anthropology

Notes: 

(i) Honours students who commenced prior to 2014 to contact the Student Support Office for enrolment advice.

(ii) Students commencing from 2014 to enrol in the sequence of units below:

AIX497Honours Theory and Debates in the Discipline

AIX493Honours Research Design

AIX499Honours, Reading in the Discipline

AIX494Honours Thesis Presentation

Thesis units

AIX495Honours Thesis A (2 credit points)

AIX496Honours Thesis B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Tanya King

Campus: Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Tel: (03) 522 72149

Email: tanya.king@deakin.edu.au

Criminology

ASL491 Criminology Theory [No longer available for enrolment]

ASC492 Current Issues in Social Research [No longer available for enrolment]

ASL493 Contemporary issues in Criminal Justice [No longer available for enrolment]

ASL494 Supervised Reading [No longer available for enrolment]

Thesis units

From 2013 students to select:

AIX495Honours Thesis A

AIX496Honours Thesis B

Students who commenced prior to 2013 to select:

ASL495 Honours Thesis A [No longer available for enrolment]

plus

ASL496 Honours Thesis B [No longer available for enrolment]

or

ASL497 Honours Thesis C [No longer available for enrolment]

* ASL495, ASL496, ASL497 final year of offer is 2013.

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Richard Evans

Campus: Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Tel: (03) 5227 3407

Email: richard.evans@deakin.edu.au

History

AIH439 History: Theory and Method [No longer available for enrolment]

AIH486 Honours Coursework F - Guided Reading A [No longer available for enrolment]

AIH441 History Skills [No longer available for enrolment]

Thesis units

From 2013 students to select:

AIX495Honours Thesis A

AIX496Honours Thesis B

Students who commenced prior to 2013 to select:

AIH495 Honours Thesis A [No longer available for enrolment]

plus

AIH496 Honours Thesis B [No longer available for enrolment]

or

AIH497 Honours Thesis C [No longer available for enrolment]

* AIH495, AIH496, AIH497 final year of offer is 2013.

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Helen Gardner

Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus

Tel: (03) 925 17027

Email: helen.gardner@deakin.edu.au

Sociology

ASC491 Sociology Honours Theory [No longer available for enrolment]

ASC492 Current issues in Social Research [No longer available for enrolment]

ASC493 Sociology Honours Option A [No longer available for enrolment]

ASC494 Sociology Honours Option B [No longer available for enrolment]

Thesis units

From 2013 students to select:

AIX495Honours Thesis A

AIX496Honours Thesis B

Students who commenced prior to 2013 to select:

ASC495 Sociology Honours Thesis A  [No longer available for enrolment]

plus

ASC496 Sociology Honours Thesis B  [No longer available for enrolment]

or

ASC497 Sociology Honours Thesis C  [No longer available for enrolment]

* ASC495, ASC496, ASC497 final year of offer is 2013.

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Vince Marotta

Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus

Tel: (03) +61 3 924 43971

Email: vince.marotta@deakin.edu.au

Politics

Trimester 1

AIX493Honours Research Design

AIP424 Knowledge and Power [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AIX494Honours Thesis Presentation

AIP484 Rethinking the State [No longer available for enrolment]

Thesis units

From 2013 students to select:

AIX495Honours Thesis A

AIX496Honours Thesis B

Students who commenced prior to 2013 to select:

AIP495 Honours Thesis A [No longer available for enrolment]

AIP496 Honours Thesis B [No longer available for enrolment]

* AIP495, AIP496 final year of offer is 2013.

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Chengxin Pan

Campus: Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Tel: (03) 5277 2127

Email: chengxin.pan@deakin.edu.au

International Relations

Core units

Trimester 1

AIX493Honours Research Design

Trimester 2

AIX494Honours Thesis Presentation

Elective units

Trimester 1

AIR419 The United Nations and International Law [No longer available for enrolment]

AIR428 Global Political Economy [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AIR407 Global Governance [No longer available for enrolment]

AIR448 Contemporary Security and Strategy [No longer available for enrolment]

Thesis units

From 2013 students to select:

AIX495Honours Thesis A

AIX496Honours Thesis B

Students who commenced prior to 2013 to select:

AIP495 Honours Thesis A [No longer available for enrolment]

AIP496 Honours Thesis B [No longer available for enrolment]

* AIP495, AIP496 final year of offer is 2013.

Students may choose to take one of their elective units from those listed within the Politics coursework units.

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Steven Slaughter

Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus

Tel: (03) 925 17755

Email: steven.slaughter@deakin.edu.au

Philosophy

Notes: 

(i) Honours students who commenced prior to 2014 to contact the Student Support Office for enrolment advice.

(ii) Students commencing from 2014 to enrol in the sequence of units below:

AIX497Honours Theory and Debates in the Discipline

AIX493Honours Research Design

AIX498 Concepts in the Discipline [No longer available for enrolment]

AIX494Honours Thesis Presentation

Thesis units

AIX495Honours Thesis A (2 credit points)

AIX496Honours Thesis B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Professor Stan Van Hooft

Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus

Tel: (03) 924 43973

Email: stan.vanhooft@deakin.edu.au

Journalism

Note: The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

AAR413Honours Literature Discipline Unit

AAR414Honours Writing Discipline Unit

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Prof Matthew Allen

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel: (03) 9244 6750

Email: hos-cca@deakin.edu.au

Media and Communication

Note: The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

AAR413Honours Literature Discipline Unit

AAR414Honours Writing Discipline Unit

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Associate Professor Sean Redmond

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel: (03) 9244 3931

Email: s.redmond@deakin.edu.au

Public Relations

Note: The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

AAR413Honours Literature Discipline Unit

AAR414Honours Writing Discipline Unit

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Mark Sheehan

Campus: Waurn Ponds (Geelong)

Tel: (03) 5227 2424

Email: mark.sheehan@deakin.edu.au

Language

Trimester 1

AIX493Honours Research Design

and

From 2013 students to select:

AIX495Honours Thesis A

Or

Students who commenced prior to 2013 to select:

AIP495 Honours Thesis A [No longer available for enrolment]

and

AIL411 Issues in Language and Culture Studies [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AIX494Honours Thesis Presentation

and

From 2013 students to select:

AIX496Honours Thesis B

Or

Students who commenced prior to 2013 to select:

AIP496 Honours Thesis B [No longer available for enrolment]

and

AIL412 Applied Studies in Language and Culture [No longer available for enrolment]

* AIP495, AIP496 final year of offer is 2013.

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Rebecca Fanany

Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus

Tel: (03) 9244 6457

Email: rebecca.fanany@deakin.edu.auCampus

Anthropology, Criminology, History, Sociology, International relations, Politics, Language, Middle East Studies, Australian Studies, Philosophy

Campuses

Burwood (Melbourne)


Units

AIX493Honours Research Design

AIX494Honours Thesis Presentation

AIX497Honours Theory and Debates in the Discipline

AIX499Honours, Reading in the Discipline

Thesis units

AIX495Honours Thesis A (2 credit points)

AIX496Honours Thesis B (2 credit points)

Notes: 

(i) Honours students who commenced prior to 2014 to contact the Faculty Honours Student Advisor in the Student Services Office for enrolment advice.

(ii) Students enrolling in Trimester 2 will commence part-time but may convert to full-time study in the following year. Course completion may be 18 months to 2 years.

For further information please contact the School Honours Coordinator:

Dr George Duke

Tel: (03) 925 17848

Email: george.duke@deakin.edu.au


 

Philosophy

Notes: 

(i) Honours students who commenced prior to 2014 to contact the Faculty Honours Student Advisor in the Student Services Office for enrolment advice.

(ii) Students commencing from 2014 to enrol in the sequence of units below:

AIX493Honours Research Design

AIX497Honours Theory and Debates in the Discipline

AIX498 Concepts in the Discipline [No longer available for enrolment]

AIX499Honours, Reading in the Discipline

Thesis units

AIX495Honours Thesis A (2 credit points)

AIX496Honours Thesis B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the School Honours Coordinator:

Dr Helen Gardner

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel: (03) 925 17027

Email: helen.gardner@deakin.edu.au

 

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Visual Communication Design

Note: The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

ACP411 Theory into Practice A [No longer available for enrolment]

ACP412 Theory into Practice B [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Meghan Kelly

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel: (03) 9244 6332

Email: meghan.kelly@deakin.edu.au

Childrens Literature

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

ALX420Honours Research Project A

and either:

AAR413Honours Literature Discipline Unit

or

AAR414Honours Writing Discipline Unit

Trimester 2

AAR422Honours Research Theory B

ALX421Honours Research Project B

ALX422Honours Research Project C

ALX423Honours Research Project D

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area

Dr Elizabeth Bullen

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)
Tel (03) 9244 3965

Email: elizabeth.bullen@deakin.edu.au

Animation and Motion Capture

Notes:

(i) The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

(ii) Media Arts covers the areas of Film, Photography and Animation

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

ACP411 Theory into Practice A [No longer available for enrolment]

ACP412 Theory into Practice B [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area:

Mr Rosemary Woodcock

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)
Tel (03) 925 17765

rosemary.woodcock@deakin.edu.au

Film and Television

Notes:

(i) The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

(ii) Media Arts covers the areas of Film, Photography and Animation

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

ACP411 Theory into Practice A [No longer available for enrolment]

ACP412 Theory into Practice B [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area:

Simon Wilmot

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel (03) 9251 7665

simon.wilmot@deakin.edu.au

Photography

Notes:

(i) The School of Communication and Creative Arts (Honours) is offered at Burwood (Melbourne) to all students, to Waurn Ponds (Geelong) students, Waterfront (Geelong) students and Cloud (online) students subject to agreement with the Honours Co-ordinator.

(ii) Media Arts covers the areas of Film, Photography and Animation

Trimester 1

AAR410Critical Creative Research Methods

AAR412Honours Research Theory A

And

ACP411 Theory into Practice A [No longer available for enrolment]

ACP412 Theory into Practice B [No longer available for enrolment]

Trimester 2

AAR415Honours Thesis Unit (4 credit points)

Or

AAR416Honours Thesis Unit A (2 credit points)

AAR417Honours Thesis Unit B (2 credit points)

For further information please contact the Honours Coordinator for this area:

Mr Dan Armstrong

Campus: Burwood (Melbourne)

Tel (03) 9251 7656

daniel.armstrong@deakin.edu.au