UAC Undergraduate Course Description

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Undergraduate course description table
CourseCampusType of
UAC codePattern of
Course start dateMajor offer round
B Aboriginal Professional Practice Newcastle – Callaghan CSP 482000 3F/EqP 65.45 23 Feb 2015
27 Jul 2015
21 Jan 2015
24 Jun 2015

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Major studies: Aboriginal cultural studies, Aboriginal research methods and field practice, communication studies.

Honours: An additional honours program is available to meritorious students who complete their degree studies with at least a credit grade average.

Career opportunities: Examples include business, government, non-government organisations, land councils, policy analysis, management and administration, health, legal services, tertiary education sectors, public relations, foreign affairs, case management, community development and general administration.

Additional information: This program is available to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal applicants.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are invited to the University for an interview prior to admission. Applicants may gain direct entry or be advised to do an enabling program offered through the University’s English Language and Foundation Studies Centre.

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Applicants should note that under the revised Australian Qualifications Framework some programs with Honours are four year programs available with direct entry and other programs are three year end-on Honours programs that require a 3 year Bachelor degree for admission. Check the course descriptions carefully.

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