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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 enrolled students are able to complete this major sequence via 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 (Commencing 2014) (CORE)|
|AIA105||Visions of Australia: Time and Space From 1700 to 2010 (CORE)|
|AIA200||Resistance and Revival: 20th Century Indigenous Australians (Commencing 2014)(CORE)|
|AIH205||Sex and Gender in History|
|AIP230||Public Policy in Australia|
|AIH238||Australia and the Two World Wars *|
|AIH288||Exploring Australia's Indigenous Pasts|
|AIP204||Politics and the Media|
|AIH337||Race, Science and Religion in Australasia 1860s to 1920s *|
|AIA300||Australia's Asia: From Yellow Peril to Asian Century (CORE)|
|ASC304||Culture and Control: Boundaries and Identities|
|ASS330||Human Possibilities in the Age of Digital Communication|
*AIH238 ffered at Warrnambool via D@YD from 2014, and AIH337 offered at Warrnambool via D@YD from 2015.