Graduate Diploma in Local, Family and Applied History

For candidates admitted under Rule (b)
Program of Study

Course cps

Advanced Standing
Block advanced standing granted for completion of an AQF Level 7 Bachelor degree in a relevant discipline.
24 cps
Advanced Standing 24  
Core Units
Complete the following units:
12 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
HINQ201 Researching and Applying History 6  
HUMS507 Minor Research Project 6  
Listed Units
Complete at least 24 credit points from the following units:
24-36 cps
HIST430 Local and Community History 6  
HIST431 War and Australian Society in the 20th Century 6  
HIST432 History as Film 6  
HIST433 Waking the Dead: Death, Burials and Memorials 6  
HIST435 Heritage Conservation 6  
HIST437 History and Museums 6  
HIST438 Australian Frontiers: Rural and Regional Histories 6  
HIST439 The Family in History 6  
HIST476 Oral History 6  
HIST556 Public History 6  
HIST595 Understanding History 6  
WORK500 Work Integrated Learning - Professional Skills Development 6  
Elective Units:
Complete 0 to 12 credit points at 300-level or above. Elective Units can be selected from any unit offered by the University, including those listed above, subject to candidates meeting overall course requirements and prerequisite and timetabling requirements for individual units.
0 - 12 cps
Total 72 cps

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