Master of Arts

Sociology

For candidates admitted under Rule (c)

Full-Time Course Plan

The following are standard patterns of enrolment or pathways for candidates studying on a full-time or part-time basis. They take into account unit pre-requisite, co-requisite and timetabling requirements. Candidates can each year choose to study less units than the full-time pattern or more units than the part-time pattern, but if doing so should use these standard patterns as guides as to how best structure their studies.

A six credit point unit is estimated to require a total workload of approximately 150 hours per unit (this means about 12 to 15 hours per week per unit).

For candidates commencing in Trimester 1
Year Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3*
1

500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

HASS500

500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

300-Level Listed Unit for this Major

BCSS596 or Elective Unit or
500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

BCSS596 or
500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

SOCY555 (Year-long 1)
or Elective Unit

SOCY555 (cont)
or Elective Unit

Note:
Where available students may undertake units in Trimester 3.

Part-Time Course Plan

A six credit point unit is estimated to require a total workload of approximately 150 hours per unit (this means about 12 to 15 hours per week per unit).

For candidates commencing in Trimester 1
Year Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3*
1

500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

HASS500

 

500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

2

BCSS596 or Elective Unit or
500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

BCSS596 or
500-Level Listed Unit for this Major

SOCY555 (Year-long 1)
or Elective Unit

SOCY555 (cont)
or Elective Unit

Note:
Where available students may undertake units in Trimester 3.

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