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The Australian studies major sequence comprehensively examines major debates in Australian society in its global contexts. At each level, students are encouraged to explore a range of sources from popular culture to politics and policy.
On successful completion of the Australian Studies major sequence, students should have the following skills:
(i) Australian Studies major sequence students must complete: The 4 core units AIA105, AIA106, AIA200 and
(ii) From 2014, Warrnambool on-campus enrolled students are able to complete this major sequence in on-campus mode by selecting the following elective units AIH238, AIH337, AIP204 and AIP230, in addition to the core units.
|AIA106||Populate Or Perish: Australia's People (B, G, W, X) (Commencing 2014) (CORE)|
|AIA105||Visions of Australia: Time and Space From 1700 to 2010 (B, G, W, X) (CORE)|
|AIA200||Resistance and Revival: 20th Century Indigenous Australians (B, G, W, X) (Commencing 2014)(CORE)|
|AIH205||Sex and Gender in History (B, G, X)|
|AIP230||Public Policy in Australia (B, G, W, X)|
|AIH238||Australia and the Two World Wars (B, G, W) *|
|AIH288||Exploring Australia's Indigenous Pasts (B, G, X)|
|AIP204||Politics and the Media (B, G, W, X)|
|AIH337||Race, Science and Religion in Australasia 1860s to 1920s (B, G, W, X) *|
|AIA300||Australia's Asia: From Yellow Peril to Asian Century (B, G, W, X) (CORE)|
|ASC304||Culture and Control: Boundaries and Identities (B, G, X)|
|ASS330||Human Possibilities in the Age of Digital Communication (G, X)|
|ALL379||Representing Australia (ONLINE)|
*AIH238 and AIH337 offered at Warrnambool via
D@YD from 2014.