Bachelor of Historical Inquiry and Practice

Program of Study Course cps
Core Units
Complete the following units:
30 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
HINQ100 What is History? 6  
HINQ101 The Historian 6  
HINQ200 History: Uses and Abuses 6  
HINQ201 Researching and Applying History 6  
HUMS301 Special Option 6  
Listed Units
Group 1: Complete 24 to 48 credit points from the following units:
24-48 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
ANCH110 Introduction to Ancient Greece 6  
ANCH111 Introduction to Ancient Rome 6  
ANCH112 Introduction to Egyptian and Near Eastern History 6  
ARPA100 Great Excavations: Key Discoveries in Archaeology 6  
ARPA104 Archaeology: Principles and Practices 6  
HIST111 Medieval Europe 6  
HIST150 Colonial Australia 6  
HIST151 Modern Australia 6  
HIST165 Europe and the New World 6  
HIST195 Asian Pasts 6  
HUMS102 Learning Life-Long Academic Skills 6  
IDIG102 Introduction to Indigenous Australia 6  
PAIS113 Power, Conflict and the Making of Modern Asia 6  
PHIL102 The Art of Good Thinking 6  
Group 2: Complete at least 24 credit points from the following units: 24 cps
ARPA343 Archaeology in the Field 6  
ARPA352 Public Archaeology and Management 6  
ARPA356 Archaeology in the Laboratory 6  
ENCO306 Writing for Work: Styles and Contexts 6  
HIST330 Local and Community History 6  
HIST333 Waking the Dead: Death, Burials and Memorials 6  
HIST335 Heritage Conservation 6  
HIST337 History and Museums 6  
HIST339 The Family in History 6  
HIST376 Oral History 6  
WORK300 Work Integrated Learning - Professional Skills Development 6  
Group 3: Complete at least 18 credit points from any subject area: 18 cps
The Ancient World  
ANCH304 Society and the Individual in Classical Greece 6  
ANCH305 Greek Democracy and its Enemies 6  
ANCH307 Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World 6  
ANCH312 Rome of the Caesars 6  
ANCH313 Augustus and the Roman Revolution 6  
ANCH315 The Shadow of Vesuvius: Pompeii and Herculaneum 6  
ANCH318 The Roman Family: From Cradle to Grave 6  
ANCH322 Bronze Age Greece and the Aegean 6  
ANCH324 Egypt in the Age of the Pyramids 6  
ANCH325 New Kingdom Egypt 6  
ANCH326 The Art and Architecture of the Ancient World 6  
ANCH351 Warfare in the Ancient World 6  
ARPA301 Maritime Archaeology 6  
ARPA302 Aboriginal Archaeology 6  
ARPA306 Archaeologies of the Modern World 6  
ARPA307 Experimental Archaeology 6  
ARPA359 Advanced Analytic and Interpretative Methods 6  
ARPA370 Forensic Archaeology 6  
ARPA384 Stone Tools: Analysis and Interpretation 6  
Australian History  
HIST329 Australia and the World: An International History 6  
HIST331 War and Australian Society in the 20th Century 6  
HIST338 Australian Frontiers: Rural and Regional Histories 6  
HIST351 Convict Australia 6  
HIST354 Aboriginal History Since the Late 18th Century 6  
HIST376 Oral History 6  
Economic History  
ECON243 Australian Economic Institutions and Performance 6  
ECON244 The International Economy 6  
ECON345 The Elephant and the Dragon: India and China in the Asian Century 6  
European History  
HIST303 Witch Hunting, 1400-1700 6  
HIST305 Byzantine History AD 330-1056 6  
HIST308 Crusader Europe, 1095-1453 6  
HIST309 Heretics and Dissenters in Medieval Europe, 1000-1500 6  
HIST310 Being Bad: Sinners, Crooks, Deviants and Psychos 6  
HIST313 Crime, Protest and Reform in the British World, 1780-1840 6  
HIST324 Ashes to Ashes: Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918-1945 6  
HIST328 Modern Europe in War and Peace: 1918 to Yesterday 6  
HIST336 Blood and Guts: The History of Medical Practice 6  
HIST357 War, Nations and Empires: Modern Europe, 1789-1914 6  
HIST363 The First World War, 1914-1918: History and Memory 6  
History, Society and Culture  
CRIM314 Policing and Social Control 6  
CRIM324 Prisons and Punishment 6  
ENGL341 Renaissance Matters 6  
ENGL351 Victorian Literature and Culture 6  
HIST332 History as Film 6  
HIST361 The Cold War and Popular Culture 6  
HIST368 The Swinging Sixties: The 1960s in America, Britain and Australia 6  
SOCY382 Sex and Pleasure in Western Culture 6  
History, Writing and Communication  
COMM321 The Art of Capitalism: Adverstising and Culture 6  
COMM323 Digital and Social Media 6  
COMM381 The Art of Documentary 6  
ENCO303 Research and Writing Across Disciplines 6  
ENCO326 Persuading the Public: Rhetoric in Public Affairs 6  
ENCO329 Publishing and Editing 6  
THEA234 Speaking in Public 6  
Religious History  
HIST343 Islam in the Modern World 6  
RELS300 New Religions, Cults and Popular Spiritualities 6  
RELS381 Chinese and Japanese Religion: A History 6  
RELS384 Religions of the Ancient Near East 6  
RELS386 Buddhism: A History 6  
RELS387 Earliest Christianity: Social Context and Sacred Text 6  
RELS388 The Pagan Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome 6  
RELS392 Meditation in Eastern Religions 6  
Elective Units
Complete 24 to 48 credit points.
24-48 cps

Elective Units can be selected from any unit offered by the University subject to candidates meeting overall course requirements and prerequisite and timetabling requirements for individual units.

Students considering pursuing further study in a non-English speaking area of History or Ancient World should consider appropriate language units amongst the electives.

 
Total 144 cps

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