Master of Arts

History

For candidates admitted under Rule (a)
Program of Study Credit Points
Prescribed Units for this Major
Complete the following units:
18 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
HINQ100 What is History? 6  
HINQ101 The Historian 6  
HIST595 Understanding History 6  
And complete 6 to 18 credit points from the following units: 6-18 cps
HUMS507 Minor Research Project 6  
HUMS508 Major Research Project 12  
Listed Units for this Major
Complete 18 credit points from the following units:
18 cps
HIST301 Power and Propaganda in the European Reformations 6  
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, 1780-1860 6  
HIST324 Ashes to Ashes: Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918-1945 6  
HIST328 Modern Europe in War and Peace: 1918 to Yesterday 6  
HIST329 Australia and the World: An International History 6  
HIST330/430 Local and Community History 6  
HIST331/431 War and Australian Society in the 20th Century 6  
HIST332/432 History as Film 6  
HIST333/433 Waking the Dead: Death, Burials and Memorials 6  
HIST335/435 Heritage Conservation 6  
HIST336 Blood and Guts: The History of Medical Practice 6  
HIST337/437 History and Museums 6  
HIST338/438 Australian Frontiers: Rural and Regional Histories 6  
HIST339/439 The Family in History 6  
HIST343 Islam in the Modern World 6  
HIST351 Convict Australia 6  
HIST354 Aboriginal History Since the Late 18th Century 6  
HIST357 War, Nations and Empires: Modern Europe 1789-1914 6  
HIST361 The Cold War and Popular Culture 6  
HIST363 The First World War, 1914-1918: History and Memory 6  
HIST368 The Swinging Sixties: The 1960s in America, Britain and Australia 6  
HIST369 Spain and the New World, 1474-1700 6  
HIST376/476 Oral History 6  
And complete 18 to 24 credit points from the following units: 18 to 24 cps
ANCH513 Augustus and the Roman Revolution 6  
HINQ501 Researching and Applying History 6  
HIST501 Power and Propaganda in the European Reformations 6  
HIST505 Byzantine History AD 330-1056 6  
HIST508 Crusader Europe, 1095-1453 6  
HIST510 Massacre and Genocide: Histories of Atrocity 6  
HIST511 Crime, Incarceration, Servitude: Historical Views 6  
HIST513 Empires: Conquest and Conflict 6  
HIST529 Australia and the World: An International History 6  
HIST536 Blood and Guts: The History of Medical Practice 6  
HIST542 British India: From Clive to Kipling to Gandhi 6  
HIST551 Convict Australia 6  
HIST554 Imagining Australia: Empire, Nation, Sovereignty 6  
HIST556 Public History 6  
HIST561 The Cold War and Popular Culture 6  
HIST569 Spain and the New World, 1474-1700 6  
HUMS505 Reading Unit A 6  
RELS581 Chinese and Japanese Religion: A History 6  
RELS586 Buddhism: A History 6  
RELS592 Meditation in Eastern Religions 6  
Elective Units
Complete 18 to 36 credit points at 200-level or above, with at least 18 credit points at 500-level:
18-36 cps
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.  
Total 96 cps

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