Arts Unit Listing 2021 - ACU

 
Arts Unit Listing 2021
(Information last updated on 18 December 2020)

Students must ensure that they select discipline areas that are approved for their course, as not all disciplines can be
taken in every course and some are available only on certain campuses. This information is listed under each discipline,
but please consult your course rules or CEG for information on your degree.
    •   A major is a total of 80 credit points (cp) in prescribed units in one discipline or approved interdisciplinary area,
        normally including at least 10 cp at introductory level, at least 40cp at 200-level and at least 20cp from 300-
        level.
    •   A minor is a total of 40cp from prescribed units in one discipline or approved interdisciplinary area, normally
        including at least 10cp at introductory level and at least 20cp at advanced level.
    •   An elective is an individual unit undertaken apart than those units required for your selected majors or minors.
        You should consult your course rules or CEG to see what units are available for your degree.
    •   A unit identified as a cross-listed unit may only be used in one major or minor or as an elective. You may not
        count the unit in different disciplines. (For example, HUMA250 is listed as a Drama unit or a History unit. You
        need to determine whether you want it to count as Drama or History as you may not count it as part of two
        sequences.)

The lists that follow provide information on the units offered on the different campuses (or online) in 2021. There may
be other units available in your chosen discipline that do not appear in this list because they are not on offer in 2021.
To view the complete structure of your discipline, please refer to the Course Rules sequences for your course or for
the Bachelor of Arts.
Students who started their Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Creative Arts degrees prior to 2019 will need to include at
least two Program core units in their course. The Program core units on offer in 2021 are listed at the end of this
document.
Students following the accelerated program map for the Bachelor of Arts need to take units in summer and winter
terms. While the map places Arts electives in summer and UNCC units and community engagement in winter, students
may change the placement of those units taken if they are applying for an overseas winter intensive unit in the year
ahead. (Arts units available to all students in summer 2020-2021 are HIST106, POLS105, ENGL234 and HUMA330).
Community engagement units available in 2021 in the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Creative Arts and Bachelor of
Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies are listed after the discipline sequence lists.
How to use this document
 Use the table of contents to locate your discipline and check which units are on offer in 2021 either on your campus
or as national online units. Some areas have specified units that are required for the discipline – these will also be
listed with the information on the discipline pages. Check the instructions at the top of each discipline to ensure that
you meet any specific requirements for your course. First-year students, in their first semester, should enrol in 100-
level units, that is, those units whose code has a number in the range 100–199.
All students should check that they have the prerequisites for the units they have chosen before enrolling in them.
Students who wish to request that the prerequisite requirement for a unit they would like to enrol in be waived may
submit the Prerequisite Waiver Form (PRQ) to one of the following email addresses:
        QLD: FEA.NSAStudentsQLD@acu.edu.au
        NSW/ACT: FEA.NSAStudentsNSW@acu.edu.au
        VIC: FEA.NSAStudentsVIC@acu.edu.au
In some cases, the rules for students taking teaching degrees are different to those for students completing the
Bachelor of Arts, and these rules are also indicated on the appropriate page.

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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
Click on the discipline in the table of contents or the footer to get to your discipline. The list of majors and minors
available on each campus is provided after the Table of Contents.

Table of Contents
  LIST OF MAJORS AND MINORS BY CAMPUS................................................................................................................. 3
  SUMMER TERM UNITS ................................................................................................................................................. 4
  BUSINESS STUDIES ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
  COMMUNICATION ....................................................................................................................................................... 9
  COMPUTING ............................................................................................................................................................... 10
  CREATIVE WRITING .................................................................................................................................................... 11
  DIGITAL JOURNALISM (NOT AVAILABLE FROM 2019) ................................................................................................ 12
  DRAMA ....................................................................................................................................................................... 13
  ECONOMICS ............................................................................................................................................................... 15
  EDUCATION STUDIES MAJOR OR MINOR (Proposed) ................................................................................................ 16
  ENGLISH (Formerly called Literature)......................................................................................................................... 17
  GEOGRAPHY ............................................................................................................................................................... 19
  GRAPHIC DESIGN ........................................................................................................................................................ 20
  HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT ........................................................................................................................................... 21
  HISTORY ..................................................................................................................................................................... 22
  INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES ................................................................................................................. 25
  LITERATURE (See listing under English) ...................................................................................................................... 26
  MATHEMATICS ........................................................................................................................................................... 27
  MEDIA ........................................................................................................................................................................ 29
  MUSIC......................................................................................................................................................................... 30
  PHILOSOPHY ............................................................................................................................................................... 32
  POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ............................................................................................................... 34
  PSYCHOLOGY .............................................................................................................................................................. 36
  SOCIOLOGY................................................................................................................................................................. 37
  STUDY OF RELIGIONS ................................................................................................................................................. 39
  THEOLOGICAL STUDIES .............................................................................................................................................. 41
  VISUAL ARTS ............................................................................................................................................................... 43
  YOUTH WORK ............................................................................................................................................................. 45
  COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT UNITS ........................................................................................................................... 46
  PROGRAM CORE UNITS .............................................................................................................................................. 47

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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
LIST OF MAJORS AND MINORS BY CAMPUS
Major = major or minor
Minor = only available as a minor in 2021

        Discipline             Brisbane         Melbourne          Strathfield        Blacktown          Canberra
                                                                                                       BEd (Sec) only
 Business Studies               major              major              major              major               —
 Communication                  minor              minor              minor              minor               —
 Computing                       —                  —                 minor              minor               —
 Creative Writing               minor              minor              minor               —                  —
 Drama                          major              major              major              major               —
 Economics                       —                 major              major               —                  —
 Education Studies
 (non-accredited                major              major              major              major                —
 major)
 English                                                                                                 First/Second
                                major              major              major              major
 (was Literature)                                                                                       teaching area
 Geography                      minor              minor              minor               —                    —
 Graphic Design                  —                 minor              minor              minor                 —
 Healthy Development              —                minor                —                  —                  —
 History                        major              major              major              major                —
 International
                                  —                minor                —                  —                  —
 Development Studies
 Literature
                                major              major              major              major          (see English)
 (renamed English)
 Mathematics                                                                                             First/Second
                                major              major              major                —
                                                                                                        teaching area
 Media                           —                 major               —                  —                    —
 Music                          major              major               —                 minor                 —
 Philosophy                     major              major              major               —                    —
 Politics and                                                     major (North
 International Relations          —                major                                   —                  —
                                                                    Sydney)
 Psychology
                                  —                major              major                —                  —
 (non-APAC accredited)
 Sociology                      major              major              major              major                 —
 Study of Religions                                                                                      First/Second
                                major              major              major                —
                                                                                                        teaching area
 Theological Studies            major              major              major               —                    —
 Visual Arts                    major              major              major              minor                 —
 Youth Work                      —                 minor               —                 minor                 —

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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
SUMMER TERM UNITS
Please note that the Study Period Code for the Summer Term units is 202105.
A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

(Summer Term – 23rd November 2020 – 31st January 2021)
    CODE                TITLE                    DATES                   Attendance/Online                 Prereq
              AUST INDIGENOUS             23 November 2020 -
 HIST106                                                                           O              Nil
              PEOPLES                     December 2020
                                          23 November 2020 -
              INTRODUCTION TO             31 January 2021
 POLS105*                                                                          O              Nil
              HUMAN RIGHTS                (2-week break
                                          21/12-3/1)
              THE LITERATURE OF           30 November 2020 -
                                                                                                  10 cp from 100–level
              OTHER WORLDS:               29 January (with
 ENGL234                                                                           O              unit in Literature or
              FANTASY AND SCIENCE         break over the
                                                                                                  English
              FICTION                     Christmas period)
                                                                                                  Nil (Note: Available to
                                                                                                  students originally
                                               30 November 2020 -
 MUSC276         MUSIC PRODUCTION                                           A (Melbourne)         enrolled in 2020 Sem
                                               11 December 2020
                                                                                                  2 only)

*Note that POLS105 is only available as an elective and is not part of the Politics and International Relations major or
minor.

Summer Community Engagement
(Summer Term – 23rd November 2020 – 31st January 2021)
    CODE                TITLE                   DATES                    Attendance/Online               Prereq
                                                                                                  UNCC100 or PHIL102,
                 Community Engagement          24 November 2020 –
 HUMA330                                                                           O              PHIL104, PHCC102,
                 Placement                     31 January 2021
                                                                                                  PHCC104

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International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
BUSINESS STUDIES
Important information for all Business Studies students

Business Studies is offered as a major or minor on the Blacktown, Brisbane, Melbourne and Strathfield campuses.
Students on the Strathfield or Blacktown campuses may need to go to North Sydney to undertake some subjects.
NOTE that the maximum number of first year units you can study in the major or minor is two. The minor requires
you to have at least two units at second year level, so you cannot study a mixture of all first-year units. The major
requires you to have at least 6 units at advanced level with at least 2 of those at third year level. In order to achieve
this, you may need to choose your units from two of the sub-disciplines (Accounting, Marketing, Management or HR
Management) so that you will have the prerequisites for third year units. (Consult your course coordinator if you have
any concerns.)

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of
        Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Arts
        (May not be taken in the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce). (major or minor)
   • Students studying a secondary teaching degree (major or minor)
   • Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Exercise Science (minor in Brisbane only)
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)

Changes from 2019
The Business review has meant changes in units, codes and titles. Please use the table below to ensure that you do
not study a unit that is equivalent to one that you have undertaken previously.
 2018 and prior units                                   2019 equivalent units
 MGMT100 Managing: People, Systems and BUSN113 Managing people and Organisations
 Culture
 MKTG100 Marketing: Creating and Capturing BUSN112 Managing Markets
 Customer Value
    • There have been some other title changes where the codes of the units have remained the same. The new
        names are in the unit listing.

Special rules for students completing a secondary teaching degree
The different states have different requirements for teaching in the area of Business Studies.

BRISBANE:
Business Studies is available as a minor or major in Brisbane in the Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor
of Education (Secondary)/Bachelor of Arts. It is available as a first or second teaching area in the Bachelor of Education
(Secondary), Bachelor of Education (Primary and Secondary) or (Bachelor of Education (Special Education and
Secondary). The Business Studies minor is available in the Bachelor of Education (Secondary)/Bachelor of Exercise
Science.

Students taking Business Studies as a minor should include BUSN113 Managing people and organisations (previously
MGMT100) in their units. They also need at least 2 units at second year level.

Students studying the major should do 4 units of Management/HR Management and 4 units of either Accounting or
Marketing and make sure that they have at most 2 units at first year level and at least 2 at third year level.

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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
STRATHFIELD: Students who would like to qualify to teach both Business Studies and Economics undertake 4 units of
Economics and then extend that sequence with BUSN113 Managing people and organisations (previously MGMT100)
and BUSN104 Money Matters. See Economics for units available and consult your course coordinator if necessary.

VICTORIA:
Business Studies is available as a major in the Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Education
(Secondary)/Bachelor of Arts (Humanities). It is available as a First Teaching Area in the Bachelor of Education
(Secondary), Bachelor of Education (Primary and Secondary and the Bachelor of Education (Special Education and
Secondary) but must include 2 extension units to get the 8 units required as described below.)

Students studying the major should do 4 units of Management/HR Management and 4 units of either Accounting,
Marketing or Economics and make sure that they have at most 2 units at first year level and at least 2 at third year
level. (For Economics units, see the available units under Economics.)

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Business Units on offer in 2021

Semester 1
                                                                                    North      Black
   CODE                        TITLE                    Bris    Mel     Strath                               Prereq
                                                                                   Sydney      town
                ACCOUNTING
ACCT100         INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING               A       A        A           A          A     INC: BUSN104
ACCT204         MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING                    A       A        A           A                ACCT100
ACCT207         FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING                     A       A        A           A                ACCT100
ACCT300         AUDITING                                 M       M        M           M                ACCT209
                ACCOUNTING INFORMATION
ACCT305                                                  M       M        M           M                ACCT100
                SYSTEMS
                HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
                MANAGING PEOPLE &
BUSN113                                                  A        A        A          A          A     INC: MGMT100
                ORGANISATIONS
                APPLIED HUMAN RESOURCE                                                                 BUSN113 or
HRMG200                                                  A        A        A          A
                MANAGEMENT                                                                             MGMT100
                STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE                                                               BUSN113 or
HRMG201                                                  A        A        A          A
                DEVELOPMENT                                                                            MGMT100
                                                                                                       BUSN113 or
HRMG204         ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR                 A        A        A          A
                                                                                                       MGMT100
                ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE FOR                                                              MGMT213 or
MGMT310                                                               ONLINE
                SUSTAINABILITY                                                                         HRMG204
                MANAGEMENT
                MANAGING PEOPLE &
BUSN113                                                  A        A        A          A          A     INC: MGMT100
                ORGANISATIONS
                GLOBAL COMPARATIVE
MGMT212                                                  A        A                   A                INC: HRMG310
                MANAGEMENT
                                                                                                       BUSN113 or
MGMT213*        ORGANISATIONAL ANALYSIS                  A        A                   A
                                                                                                       MGMT100
                ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE FOR                                                              MGMT213 or
MGMT310                                                               ONLINE
                SUSTAINABILITY                                                                         HRMG204
                MANAGING ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                                              BUSN113 OR
ENTR301                                                  A        A                   A
                AND INNOVATION                                                                         MGMT100

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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
INC: MGMT311
                MARKETING
BUSN112         MANAGING MARKETS                         A        A        A          A          A     INC: MKTG100
                                                                                                       BUSN112 or
MKTG201         BUYER BEHAVIOUR                          A        A        A          A
                                                                                                       MKTG100
              MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                BUSN112 or
MKTG202                                              A      A       A          A
              ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS                                                                    MKTG100
              DIGITAL MARKETING: THE                                                                   BUSN112 or
MKTG209                                              A      A       A          A
              CONNECTED SPACE                                                                          MKTG100
              MARKETING ANALYSIS - EVIDENCE                                                            MKTG100 or
MKTG315                                              A      A       A          A
              BASED DECISIONS                                                                          MKTG207
              ELECTIVE UNITS (NOT PART OF THE MAJOR OR MINOR)
BUSN104       MONEY MATTERS                          A      A       A          A       A     INC: ACCT100
              ECONOMICS: POLICY
ECON200                                              A      A       A          A             Nil
              FRAMEWORKS AND MARKETS
*Students wanting to do third year Management units should ensure that they do MGMT213 in their first/second
year.

Semester 2
                                                                                    North      Black
   CODE                        TITLE                    Bris    Mel     Strath                               Prereq
                                                                                   Sydney      town
                ACCOUNTING
ACCT100         INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING               A       A        A           A          A     INC: BUSN104
ACCT209         CORPORATE ACCOUNTING                     A       A        A           A                ACCT207
ACCT300         AUDITING                                 M       M        M           M                ACCT209
ACCT303         STRATEGIC MGMT ACCTG                     A       A        A           A                ACCT204
                HR MANAGEMENT
                MANAGING PEOPLE &
BUSN113                                                  A        A        A          A          A     INC: MGMT100
                ORGANISATIONS
                                                                                                       BUSN113 OR
HRMG200         APPLIED HR MANAGEMENT                    A        A        A          A
                                                                                                       MGMT100
                                                                                                       BUSN113 or
HRMG204         ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR                 A        A        A          A
                                                                                                       MGMT100
HRMG308         STRA HRM: ANALYTIC HUMAN CAP             A        A        A          A                HRMG200
                ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE FOR                                                              MGMT213 or
MGMT310                                                               ONLINE
                SUSTAINABILITY                                                                         HRMG204
                MANAGEMENT
                MANAGING PEOPLE &
BUSN113         ORGANISATIONS                            A        A        A          A          A     INC: MGMT100

                EVIDENCE-BASED DECISION
MGMT205                                                  A        A                   A                INC: MGMT215
                MAKING
                                                                                                       BUSN113 or
MGMT213*        ORGANISATIONAL ANALYSIS                  A        A                   A
                                                                                                       MGMT100
                                                                                                       BUSN113 or
MGMT214         SUSTAINABLE LEADERSHIP                   A        A                   A
                                                                                                       MGMT100
MGMT304         STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT                     A        A        A          A                MGMT213
                GOVERNANCE, RISK AND
MGMT309                                                  A        A                   A                MGMT213
                OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
                ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE FOR                                                              MGMT213 or
MGMT310                                                               ONLINE
                SUSTAINABILITY                                                                         HRMG204
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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
North      Black
   CODE                        TITLE                    Bris    Mel     Strath                               Prereq
                                                                                   Sydney      town
                MARKETING
BUSN112         MANAGING MARKETS                         A        A        A           A         A
                                                                                               INC: MKTG100
                MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS:                                                      BUSN112 or
MKTG202                                               A      A       A          A        A
                ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS                                                          MKTG100
                                                                                               BUSN112
MKTG207** MARKETING TOOLKIT                           A      A       A          A
                                                                                                or MKTG100
                                                                                               BUSN112
              INTERNATIONAL MARKETING: THE
MKTG301                                               A      A       A          A              or MKTG100 or
              BORDERLESS WORLD
                                                                                               MKTG207
MKTG313       STRATEGIC MARKETING                     A      A       A          A              BUSN112
                                                                                               or MKTG100 or
                                                                                               MKTG207
                                                                                               BUSN112
MKTG318       SOCIAL IMPACT OF MARKETING              A      A       A          A              or MKTG100 or
                                                                                               MKTG207
              ELECTIVE UNITS (NOT PART OF THE MAJOR – MAY BE USED AS ELECTIVE OR PART OF MINOR)
BUSN104       MONEY MATTERS                           A      A       A          A        A     INC: ACCT100
*Students wanting to do third year Management units should ensure that they do MGMT213 in their first/second
year.
**Students who want to do third year Marketing units should ensure that they do MKTG207 in their first/second
year.

Professional Term 5 (202155) – 14 June 2021 – 22 August 2021
Summer Term (202205) – 22 November 2021 – 31 January 2022
     CODE                 TITLE             Professional Term 5             Summer Term                  Prereq
 BUSN112        MANAGING MARKETS                     O                          O                 INC: MKTG100
                MANAGING PEOPLE AND
 BUSN113                                             O                             O              INC: MGMT100
                ORGANISATIONS
 BUSN104        MONEY MATTERS                        O                             O              INC: ACCT100
                WORKING WITH
 BUSN304                                             O                             O              INC: BUSN202
                DIVERSITY AND CONFLICT

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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
COMMUNICATION

This minor is available in Brisbane, Melbourne, Strathfield and Blacktown.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Creative Arts (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design (minor only)
   • Not available for students studying a secondary teaching degree

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Semester 1
                                                                                        National
    CODE                   TITLE                Bris    Mel     Strath    Blacktown                          Prereq
                                                                                         Online
               INTRODUCTION TO
 COMM102                                         A        A        A           A                     Nil
               COMMUNICATION
                                                                                                     Incompatible:
               ETHICS AND LAW IN                                                                     DIGM201 Ethics and
 COMM223                                                                                    O
               DIGITAL WORLD                                                                         Law in the Digital
                                                                                                     World

Semester 2
                                                                                         National
    CODE                   TITLE                Bris    Mel     Strath    Blacktown                          Prereq
                                                                                          Online
 COMM104       WRITING FOR THE MEDIA                                           A            O        Nil
                                                                                                     10 cp from
                                                                                                     Communication,
 WRIT230       CREATIVE NONFICTION               A        A        A
                                                                                                     Creative Writing,
                                                                                                     English/Literature.

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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
COMPUTING
Only available on Strathfield and Blacktown campuses.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts. (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Psychological Science (minor only)
   • Students studying a secondary teaching degree (minor only)

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Semester 1
   CODE                 TITLE                     Bris    Mel     Strath    Blacktown              Prereq
                FUNDAMENTALS OF
 COMP104                                                            A            A         Nil
                COMPUTING

Semester 2
   CODE                  TITLE                    Bris    Mel     Strath     Blacktown             Prereq
                COMMUNICATING WITH
 COMP106                                                             A            A        COMP104
                DATA
 COMP202        PROGRAMMING ESSENTIALS                               A                     COMP104
 COMP205        CREATING WITH DATA                                   A                     COMP104

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Economics | Education Studies | English | Geography | Graphic Design | Healthy Development | History |
International Development Studies | Literature (See English) | Mathematics | Media | Music | Philosophy |
Politics and International Relations | Psychology | Sociology | Study of Religions | Theological Studies | Visual Arts |
Youth Work | Community Engagement | Program Core |
CREATIVE WRITING
This minor is available in Brisbane, Melbourne and Strathfield.
Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Creative Arts (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Psychological Science (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)
   • Not available for students studying a secondary teaching degree

Important information for students undertaking Creative Writing and English
WRIT201 and WRIT230 may be counted towards a Creative Writing minor OR an English/Literature major/minor but
not both.
Students who want to do BOTH an English major/minor and a Creative Writing Minor will need four WRIT-coded
units for their Creative Writing minor and four ENGL-coded units for their English Minor or 8 ENGL-coded units for
their major.
Special rules for students studying a secondary teaching degree
Not available as a minor in secondary teaching degrees although WRIT201 and WRIT230 may be taken in the English
major/minor.
A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.
Semester 1
                                                                              National
   CODE             TITLE            Bris     Mel Strath Blacktown                                  Prereq
                                                                                Online
 WRIT100 THE WRITERS CRAFT            A         A        A                                Nil
                                                                                          10 cp from Creative
                                                                                          Writing or
 WRIT201 EMERGING WRITING                                                         O
                                                                                          English/Literature.
                                                                                          INC: ENGL230

Semester 2
                                                                                   National
   CODE                TITLE             Bris    Mel     Strath    Blacktown                             Prereq
                                                                                    Online
 WRIT101      CREATIVE GENRES                                                         O        Nil
                                                                                               10 cp from Creative
              CREATIVE                                                                         Writing or
 WRIT230                                   A       A        A
              NONFICTION                                                                       English/Literature.
                                                                                               INC: ENLG208
                                                                                               10 cp from 200-level
 WRIT300      THE WRITERS STUDIO                                                      O
                                                                                               Creative Writing units

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DIGITAL JOURNALISM (NOT AVAILABLE FROM 2019)
In 2019 the Digital Journalism sequences were discontinued and have been replaced with a communications minor.
Instead of units with DIGM codes you will now see COMM codes listed. The COMM units below will count in a Digital
Journalism minor for students still completing that minor. Students should seek advice from their course coordinator
if they started a Digital Journalism major or minor and still need units to complete.

See the unit listings for COMMUNICATION (link in the footer below) for information on when and where the
Communication units are available. If equivalent units are not available on your campus, please see your course
coordinator for advice.

        Digital Journalism minor (prior to 2019)            Communication minor: equivalent units (from 2019)

    DIGM102 Print and Online Writing                   COMM104 Writing for the Media
                                                       (do not enrol in this unit if you have completed DIGM102)
    DIGM201 Ethics and Law in the Digital World        COMM223 Ethics and Law in the Digital World
                                                       (do not enrol in this unit if you have completed DIGM201)
                                                       COMM225 Social Media Communications
    DIGM203 Video and Audio Broadcasting
                                                       Note: this is a new unit and may substitute for DIGM203 or
                                                       may be taken by any student as a stand-alone unit.
    DIGM301 Digital Content Production                 COMM224 Producing Online Features
                                                       (do not enrol in this unit if you have completed DIGM301).

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DRAMA
Important information for students studying Drama
The Drama major and minor are taught on Brisbane, Melbourne, Strathfield and Blacktown campuses.

Core units in the major for students starting in 2020 or later: PERF102, PERF104 in first year and PERF319 Theatre
Performance is a compulsory capstone unit in the third year of the major.

Core units for the major for students starting prior to 2020: PERF319 Theatre Performance is a compulsory capstone
unit in the third year of the major.

The Drama major underwent a review in 2019 and some of the units have changed their titles. If you have already
undertaken a unit with the specific code, then you may not study it again even if the title has changed. There are
also new units or units that have been reviewed and changed codes and titles. If a unit is listed as INC (incompatible)
then you may not study that unit if you have already passed the incompatible unit.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies,
        Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Arts
   • Students studying a secondary teaching degree (major or minor; first or second teaching area)
   • Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Exercise Science (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Creative Arts (major or minor)
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Psychological Science (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)

Special rules for students completing secondary teaching degrees
Students must include some performance and production units in their major or minor/First or second teaching
area. Performance units are PERF102, PERF104, PERF205, PERF208, PERF211, PERF221, PERF319.

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Semester 1
                                                                                         National
    CODE                  TITLE               Bris    Mel     Strath     Blacktown                          Prereq
                                                                                          Online
 PERF102        THEATRE MAKING                 A       A         A            A                       Nil
                ON STAGE: BODY AND                                                                    10 cp from 100-
 PERF208
                VOICE IN PERFORMANCE                   M        M                                     level unit in Drama
                AND PRODUCTION                                                                        (P)
                                                                                                      10cp from 100-
                SHAKESPEARE AND THE                                                                   level unit in Drama
 ENGL210                                                         A
                RENAISSANCE                                                                           or Literature or
                                                                                                      English
                ON SCREEN: MOVIES,
 PERF215                                               A                                              Nil
                TV, VIDEO GAMES
                                                                                                      10cp from 100-
 PERF203        PLAYS AND PLAYHOUSES           A                                                      level unit in Drama
                                                                                                      (P)

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10 cp from 200-
                                                                                                      level unit in Drama
                PLAYS THAT SHOOK THE
                                                                                                      or 40 cp from 200-
 PERF321        WORLD                         M        M        M
                                                                                                      or 300-level units
                                                                                                      in English or
                                                                                                      Literature.

Semester 2
                                                                                         National
    CODE                  TITLE             Bris     Mel     Strath     Blacktown                           Prereq
                                                                                          Online
                DRAMA'S GREATEST
 PERF104                                      A       A         A            A                        Nil
                HITS
                                                                                                      10 cp from 100-
                                                                                                      level unit in Drama
                                                                                                      or 20 cp of 100-
                THEATRE FOR YOUNG
 PERF200                                              A                                               level units in
                PEOPLE
                                                                                                      Education Studies
                                                                                                      in the Bachelor of
                                                                                                      Arts (P)
                STAGING THE END OF
                THE WORLD:                                                                            10 cp from 100-
 PERF222        APOCALYPSE,                                                                 O         level unit in Drama
                CONSPIRACY AND                                                                        (P)
                CONFLICT
                                                                                                      10 cp from 200-
                THEATRE PRODUCTION
 PERF319                                      A       A         A                                     level unit in Drama
                & PERFORMANCE
                                                                                                      (P)

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ECONOMICS
The Economics major and minor are offered on the Melbourne and Strathfield campuses.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts (major or minor)
   • Students studying a secondary teaching degree (major or minor; first or second teaching area)
   • Bachelor of International Development Studies (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Psychological Science (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)

Special rules for students completing secondary teaching degrees

NSW: Students undertaking an Economics major or minor in Strathfield should extend this with one subject from
Management (BUSN113 Managing people and Organisations) and one from the accounting area (BUSN104 Money
Matters) if they want to teach Business as well as Economics.

Vic: Students may not combine an Economics minor with a Business Studies major; however, they may study
Economics as part of their Business Studies major (4 units of Management + 4 units of Economics include 2 units at
third year.) See Business Studies for more information and this list for unit availability.

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Semester 1
   CODE                     TITLE                   National Online                          Prereq
 ECON102        MICROECONOMICS 1                           O              Nil
 ECON202        MICROECONOMICS 2                           O              10cp from ECON units
 ECON209        THE GLOBAL ECONOMY                         O              Nil
                ECONOMIC POLICY
 ECON305                                                   O              10 cp from 200-level unit in Economics
                ANALYSIS

Semester 2
   CODE                     TITLE                   National Online                           Prereq
 ECON103        MACROECONOMICS 1                           O              Nil
 ECON203        MACROECONOMICS 2                           O              10cp from ECON units
 ECON204        DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS                      O              Nil
 ECON304        APPLIED ECONOMETRICS                       O              10cp from ECON units

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EDUCATION STUDIES MAJOR OR MINOR (Proposed)
Important information for all students wanting to do an Education Studies major or minor
Please note that the Education Studies major or minor does not qualify you to be a teacher. If you want to be a
teacher, you need to complete an undergraduate Initial Teacher Education degree or do a Bachelor of Arts degree
with appropriate majors and minors followed by a Master of Teaching qualification in Primary or Secondary teaching.

Students who wish to complete a major or minor in Education Studies should consult with their Course Co-ordinator
for further information.

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ENGLISH (Formerly called Literature)
Important information for all students taking English (or Literature)

 Year commenced Literature/English major               Specified units in the Literature/English major
 2020 or later                                         ENGL104 or ENGL110 and ENGL111 (1st year)
                                                       ENGL331 (3rd year)
 2018-2019                                             ENGL104, ENGL102 (1st year) and ENGL331 (3rd
                                                       year)

Specified units in Creative Writing, WRIT201 and WRIT230 may be undertaken in the Literature/English major. These
units may be counted towards a Creative Writing minor OR an English major/minor but not both.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts. (major or minor)
   • Students studying a secondary teaching degree (major or minor; first or second teaching area)
   • Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Exercise Science (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Creative Arts (major or minor)
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Psychological Science (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)

Special rules for students studying a secondary teaching degree
The rules for these degrees are the same as above. Students may include WRIT201 or WRIT230 in the English major.

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

(Note where the prerequisites say English – this could be English or Literature).

(Summer Term – 23rd November 2020 – 31st January 2021)
    CODE                TITLE                     DATES                     Attendance/Online              Prereq
              THE LITERATURE OF           30 November to 29
                                                                                                  10 cp from 100–level
              OTHER WORLDS:               January (with break
 ENGL234                                                                           O              unit in Literature or
              FANTASY AND SCIENCE         over the Christmas
                                                                                                  English
              FICTION                     period)

Semester 1
                                                              Black             North    National
   CODE               TITLE          Bris   Mel     Strath            Can                                   Prereq
                                                              town             Sydney     Online
              READING
                                                                                                      Nil
 ENGL110      LITERATURE: FORM        A       A        A        A       A
                                                                                                      INC: ENGL104
              AND GENRE
              19TH CENTURY                                                                            10 cp from 100-
 ENGL200                                               A
              LITERATURE                                                                              level English units
              TWENTIETH
                                                                                                      10 cp from 100-
 ENGL202      CENTURY                         A
                                                                                                      level English units
              LITERATURE

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SHAKESPEARE AND
                                                                                                      10 cp from 100-
 ENGL210      THE RENAISSANCE                          A
                                                                                                      level English units
              LIT
                                                                                                      10 cp from 100-
 ENGL221      CULTURAL STUDIES        A
                                                                                                      level English units
              ROMANTIC                                                                                10 cp from 100-
 ENGL224                              A
              GENERATIONS                                                                             level English units
                                                                                                      10cp from 200-
 ENGL331      LITERARY THEORY         A       A        A
                                                                                                      level English
              Cross-listed units that count in the English major/minor
              ON SCREEN:
 PERF215      MOVIES TV VIDEO                 A                                                       Nil
              GAMES
                                                                                                      10 cp from Creative
              EMERGING                                                                                Writing or
 WRIT201                                                                                     O
              WRITING                                                                                 English/Literature.
                                                                                                      INC: ENGL208
              Available as an elective only – not part of the major or minor
              CHILD LIT: WORLDS
 ENGL140                              M       M        M              M*     M*                       Nil
              OF FICTION
*Students in Canberra, North Sydney and Ballarat to enrol in ENGL140 from Melbourne Campus

Semester 2
                                                                                         National
   CODE               TITLE           Bris    Mel     Strath    Blacktown       Can                         Prereq
                                                                                          Online
              LITERATURE
 ENGL111      ACROSS TIME AND          A          A        A         A           A                    Nil
              SPACE
              AUST LIT FOR
 ENGL205                                                                                     O        Nil
              CHILD & YNG ADUL
              AUSTRALIAN                                                                              10 cp from 100-
 ENGL231                               A          A        A
              LITERATURE                                                                              level English units
                                                                                                      10 cp from 200
              READING AND
 ENGL334                                                   A                                          level units in
              WRITING THE SELF
                                                                                                      English
                                                                                                      10 cp from 200
              LITERATURE IN A
 ENGL336                                                                                     O        level units in
              DIGITAL WORLD
                                                                                                      English
 Cross-listed units that count in the English major/minor
                                                                                                      10 cp from
              CREATIVE                                                                                Creative Writing
 WRIT230                               A          A        A
              NONFICTION                                                                              or English
                                                                                                      INC: ENLG208

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GEOGRAPHY
Important information for all students taking a Geography major or minor
From 2020, Geography is available as a minor in Brisbane, Melbourne, Strathfield.

Some units have changed their name and kept their code and there may be new units available. Please check to
make sure that you have the prerequisites to do the new units and that they are not incompatible with something
you have previously completed (this would mean that the unit overlaps with what you have previously completed
and you cannot study both units.)

Strathfield students who started prior to 2020 and are undertaking Geography as a major must study the compulsory
units GEOG100, GEOG101 and GEOG307.

If you have any questions about your Geography sequence, please contact your Course Coordinator.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts
   • Students studying a secondary teaching degree
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Psychological Science (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)

Special rules for students studying a secondary teaching degree
Students studying a Geography minor are advised to consider extending the minor with 2 units of History.

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Semester 1
                                                                                         National
    CODE                          TITLE                       Bris     Mel     Strath                      Prereq
                                                                                          Online
 GEOG101        GLOBAL HUMAN ENVIRONMENTS                      A        A         A                   Nil
 GEOG206        CLIMATE CHANGE: PST, PRS & FUT                                               O        Nil
 GEOG207        PREC STATES: DEV, GEOPOL & L'HOODS                                           O        Nil
                                                                                                      20cp of 200-level
 GEOG307        GLOBAL DEBATES: Q & M GEOG                                        A
                                                                                                      GEOG units

Semester 2
                                                                                         National
    CODE                          TITLE                       Bris     Mel     Strath                      Prereq
                                                                                          Online
 GEOG100        CHANGING PLANET EARTH                          A        A         A                   Nil
 GEOG204        ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY                                                 O        Nil
                                                                                                      20cp of 200-level
 GEOG306        EXTREME EARTH: NT HZ, RSK & VL                                    A
                                                                                                      GEOG units

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GRAPHIC DESIGN
Graphic Design is offered as a minor in Melbourne, Strathfield and Blacktown. Students must study all four units
listed to complete the minor.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees with Arts including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Creative Arts (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Not available as a minor for students studying a secondary teaching course

Special rules for students studying a secondary teaching course
This minor is not available in the secondary teaching degrees. Individual units from Graphic Design may be
undertaken in the Visual Arts discipline. See the Course Enrolment Guide for your degree for more information.

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Semester 1
                                                                                         National
    CODE                  TITLE              Bris    Mel      Strath     Blacktown                          Prereq
                                                                                          Online
                INTRO TO GRAPHIC
 DESN111                                               A         A            A                       Nil
                DESIGN
 DESN227        WEB DESIGN                             A         A                                    Nil

Semester 2
                                                                                         National
    CODE                  TITLE             Bris     Mel      Strath     Blacktown                          Prereq
                                                                                          Online
                DESIGN FOR
 DESN240                                              A         A                                     Nil
                MULTIMEDIA
                DESIGN FOR
 DESN242                                              A         A             A                       Nil
                PUBLICATION

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HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT
Important information for all students taking Healthy Development
Healthy Development is only available as a minor in Melbourne. There are four specified units in the minor:
EXCS118, YSED104, SOCS243 and SOCS244. The minor can be extended with two electives from SOCS235, YSED100
and YSED203.

Transition arrangements for the Healthy Development minor (Melbourne) 2019.
   • SOCS244 Difference and Diversity: Social and Sexual Health will provide a formal substitute for any student
        who commenced study in Healthy Development in 2018 or before and has not completed HUMA112 Bodies,
        Thinking and Feeling or HUMA249 Birth to Death. SOCS244 may only be substituted once. Ask your course
        coordinator for a formal unit substitution.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts (minor only)
   • Students studying a secondary teaching course (minor only) – excluding Exercise Science
   • Bachelor of Media Production (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)

Special rules for students studying a secondary teaching degree
Rules for the minor in the BEd(Sec)/BA are the same as above. Not available in the BEd(Sec)/BExSc or Bachelor of
Education (Secondary).

A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Semester 1 (minor units)
                                                                                              National
   CODE                      TITLE                      Bris         Mel          Strath                       Prereq
                                                                                               Online
                                                                                                           Nil
 NUTR101      INTRODUCTION TO NUTRITION                                A
                                                                                                           INC: EXSC118
 SOCS244      DIFFERENCE AND DIVERSITY                                 A                                   Nil

Semester 2 (minor units)
                                                                                              National
    CODE                      TITLE                     Bris         Mel          Strath                       Prereq
                                                                                               Online
 YSED104        THE DEVELOP YOUNG PERSON                               A                                   Nil
                                                                                                           Nil
 SOCS243        GLOBAL HEALTH                                                                     O
                                                                                                           INC: GLST200

Semester 1 (extension units) (Healthy Development)
BTeach/BA students who need a minor +2 must complete all units in the minor and may then extend the minor any
two units from the below list as additional electives if available.
                                                                                      National
    CODE                      TITLE                      Bris       Mel    Strath                     Prereq
                                                                                       Online
 YSED100        KNOWING YOUNG PEOPLE                                 A                            Nil
                BLDG RELATIONS & SUPPORT                                                          YSED104 or
 YSED203                                                             A
                YOUTH                                                                             YSED105

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HISTORY
Important information for all students taking History
The History major and minor is available on Brisbane, Melbourne, Strathfield and Blacktown campuses.
HIST106 and HIST308 are core units in this major. HIST106 is core in the first year and HIST308 is a capstone unit in
the third year. The major includes both Ancient and Modern History.

UNIT CODE/NAME CHANGES
 NEW UNIT                                         INCOMPATIBLE UNIT
 HIST261 The Risk of Asia in the Modern           Do not study HIST261 if you have previously passed HIST219 Modern
 World                                            south East Asia
 HIST263 The Making of Modern America to          Do not study HIST263 if you previously passed HIST224 Rise of the
 1945                                             United States

 HIST264 From Truman to Trump: The US             Do not study HIST264 if you previously passed HIST224 Rise of the
 Since 1945                                       United States
 HIST265 Ancient Rome: Kingdom, Republic          Do not study HIST265 if you previously passed HIST332: The Early
 and Empire                                       Roman Empire
 HIST267 Diasporas and Journeys: Migration        Do not study HIST267 if you previously passed HIST329 Diasporas
 in World History                                 and Journeys: Immigration in World History
 HIST342 A History of the Present                 Do not study HIST342 if you previously passed HIST330
                                                  Contemporary World History
 HIST208, HIST214, HIST215 and HIST253            All of these units have had minor changes to their unit title.
 HIST225 US Foreign Policy                        This unit may now count in either the History major/minor or the
                                                  Politics and International Relations major/minor. Do not count it
                                                  more than once.

Available
   • Bachelor of Arts and all dual degrees including Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of
        Arts/Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological
        Science/Bachelor of Arts
   • Students studying a secondary teaching degree (major or minor; first or second teaching area)
   • Bachelor of Psychological Science (minor only)
   • Bachelor of Visual Art and Design (minor only)

Special rules for students studying a secondary teaching degree

QLD & VIC: Students doing History as a minor in Brisbane or Melbourne are strongly advised to combine their History
minor with two units of Geography.

NSW: Students must ensure they take the correct sequence of units to allow them to teach EITHER Modern
    History, OR Ancient History, OR both. Students commencing from 2019 are required to include one Ancient or
    Medieval and one Modern History unit in their major/minor alongside the core units, to meet NESA
    requirements. Medieval History units are marked with an M and may be used as Ancient or Modern. Please
    contact your course coordinator if you need advice.

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NSW: Students who want to be able to teach both Modern and Ancient History should extend their minor or major
       to achieve this.
  • MAJOR: Include at least 5 units of Modern History and 3 units of Ancient History (or vice versa) including
     HIST106 and two third year History units including HIST308. For a major in Ancient History students must
     include one third year Ancient History unit.
  • MAJOR: Eight units with at least 5 units of Ancient and 5 units of Modern (including HIST106 and two third
     year units including HIST308 and one 300 level Ancient History unit).
  • MINOR+2: Include at least 3 units of Modern History and 3 units of Ancient History to count both as second
     teaching areas.

NSW: Students who only want to teach Ancient or Modern (not both):
  • MAJOR: Take at least 5 units in your chosen History discipline that Includes at least one unit of Modern (if you
     want to teach Ancient) or Ancient (if you want to teach Modern). You must include HIST106 and two third year
     units including HIST308 and one 300 level Ancient History unit if you want to teach Ancient History.
  • MINOR: Choose at least 3 units from Modern History and one from Ancient or Medieval (or vice versa)
  • MINOR+2: Choose 5 units from Modern History and one from Ancient or Medieval (or vice versa). You must
     include 2 units from 300 level to allow your chosen History discipline to be a first teaching area.

History units on offer in 2021
A= Attendance mode M= Multimode O=National Online mode
INC=Incompatible: You may not study the unit listed if you have already passed the INC unit.

Modern History

202105 (Summer Term – 23rd November 2020 – 31st January 2021)

     CODE                 TITLE                        DATES             Attendance/Online                    Prereq
                 AUST INDIGENOUS                 23 November -
 HIST106                                                                           O              Nil
                 PEOPLES                         December 2020

Semester 1
                                                                                         National
    CODE                 TITLE            Bris     Mel      Strath       Blacktown                             Prereq
                                                                                          Online
                EARLY MODERN
 HIST105                                            A                                                   Nil
                EUROPE
 HIST115        GLOBAL HISTORY             A        A         A              A                          Nil
 HIST112        FILM AND HISTORY           A                  A                                         Nil
                                                                                                        10cp from 100-
 HIST225        US FOREIGN POLICY          A
                                                                                                        level History units
                HUMAN RIGHTS IN
 HIST251                                   A        A                                                   Nil
                HISTORY
                                                                                                        10cp from 100-
 HIST208        FASCISM                                       A                                         level History or
                                                                                                        Politics units
                                                                                                        20cp from 200/300
 HIST308        MAKING HISTORY             A        A         A
                                                                                                        level History units

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Semester 2
                                                                                         National
    CODE                 TITLE               Bris    Mel      Strath     Blacktown                          Prereq
                                                                                          Online
                AUST INDIGENOUS
 HIST106        PEOPLES: PAST AND             A          A         A          A                       Nil
                PRESENT
                UNDERBELLY                                                                            10cp from 100-
 HIST253                                                 A
                AUSTRALIA                                                                             level History units
                HISTORY, MYTH AND                                                                     10cp from 100-
 HIST254 M                                                         A
                LEGEND                                                                                level History units
                                                                                                      10cp from 100-
 HIST262        MONEY AND POWER              M                  M
                                                                                                      level History units
                NEWS FLASH:
                                                                                                      10cp from 100-
 HIST266        HISTORY AND THE               A          A
                                                                                                      level History units
                MEDIA
                SETTLER COLONIES IN                                                                   10cp from 200-
 HIST327                                      A
                INDIGENOUS LANDS                                                                      level History units
                                                                                                      10cp from 200-
 HIST342        HIST OF THE PRESENT                      A         A                                  level History units
                                                                                                      INC: HIST330
See also Ancient History unit lists below.

Ancient History
Semester 1
                                                                                         National
    CODE                TITLE             Bris      Mel      Strath      Blacktown                          Prereq
                                                                                          Online
                FALL OF THE ROMAN
 HIST114                                                       A                                      Nil
                REPUBLIC
                                                                                                      10cp from 100-
 HIST230        POMPEII                              A
                                                                                                      level History units
                THE ANCIENT NEAR                                                                      10cp from 100-
 HIST255                                                       A
                EAST                                                                                  level History units
                MAKING HISTORY
                                                                                                      20cp from 200/300
 HIST308        (Ancient and                                   A
                                                                                                      level History units
                Modern Version)

Semester 2
                                                                                         National
    CODE                TITLE            Bris       Mel      Strath      Blacktown                          Prereq
                                                                                          Online
 HIST222        GREEK CITY STATES                              A                                      Nil
                                                                                                      10cp from 100-
 HIST230        POMPEII                                        A
                                                                                                      level History units

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