Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Arts (Aboriginal Cultures and Australian Society) provides students with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the economic, social, political and cultural aspects of life in Aboriginal communities. Key areas of study include: Aboriginal cultures and Australian society, Aboriginal Australians and Aboriginal writing, archaeology and its role in Aboriginal heritage issues, Aboriginal history and colonialism.
- 108 units of study comprising 13.5 units of core courses
- 4.5 unit elective
- 18 units of minor courses
- 72 units of Professional Majors.
- Aboriginal Cutlures
- Australian Society
Standard entry requirements
- Qualify for South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) with competitive ATAR
- Or complete secondary education equivalent to SACE
- Complete International Baccalaureate Diploma
- Complete or partially complete higher education program
- Complete four Open Universities Australia courses at undergraduate level or above
- Complete a Certificate IV level or above
- Qualify for special entry
- Complete a Foundation Studies program
- And meet any pre-requisite and academic requirements. International students who speak English as a foreign language must have obtained the required standards prior to admission.
Students who finish their degree with a credit or higher grade point average (GPA) could be eligible for the one-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree and may be able to continue studies with a Master of Teaching and teach Humanities and Social Sciences in Australia and overseas.
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|City West||International: $84,000||No|
Students can also apply for the Bachelor of Arts (History and Cultural Studies), Master of Teaching (Secondary) packaged option which is a pathway straight into postgraduate study.