University of Newcastle
Students who have successfully completed the Bachelor of Aboriginal Studies, the Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice, the Bachelor of Global Indigenous Studies, the Bachelor of Arts, or the Bachelor of Social 2754 with a major sequence in Aboriginal Studies or Global Indigenous Studies may undertake a further year of full-time study or equivalent part-time study to obtain an Honours degree. International students from health, education and social 2754 backgrounds with relevant degrees are also encouraged to apply. The Honours degree allows students to further develop their specific areas of interest. The program is specifically Aboriginal in orientation and prepares students for roles such as service provision in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations. Program learning outcomes On successful completion of the program students will have: Advanced knowledge and understanding of one or more specialist areas in the discipline Aboriginal Studies Advanced communication skills Advanced knowledge of research principles and methodology within the discipline of Aboriginal Studies, including information literacy, and the use of technology Capacity to apply advanced critical thinking and judgement to complex problems in a variety of contexts within the discipline of Aboriginal Studies to develop new understanding and to demonstrate intellectual independence Capacity to apply theory and method at an advanced level to design, conduct and complete an independent research thesis under supervision
|Course level||Undergraduate Honours|
|Institution Name||University of Newcastle|
|Campus Location||Callaghan Campus|
|Course Duration||Australian students - 1 years full-time or part-time equivalent. International students - 1 years full-time.|
|Course University||University of Newcastle|
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