Master of History

For candidates admitted under Rule (b)
Program of Study

Course cps

Advanced Standing
Block advanced standing granted for candidates who have completed an AQF Level 7 Bachelor qualification in a cognate discipline, including History, Ancient History, Archaeology or English.
24 cps
Advanced Standing 24  
Core Units
Complete the following unit:
6 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
HIST595 Understanding History 6  
And complete 6 to 18 credit points from the following units: 6 to 18 cps
HUMS507 Minor Research Project 6  
HUMS508 Major Research Project 12  
Listed Units
Complete 0-12 credit points from the following units:
0-12 cps
HIST303 Witch Hunting, 1400-1700 6  
HIST309 Heretics and Dissenters in Medieval Europe, 100-1500 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  
HIST357 War, Nations and Empires: Modern Europe, 1789-1914 6  
HIST363 The First World War, 1914-1918: History and Memory 6  
Listed Units
Complete 36 to 60 credit points with at least 24 credit points at 500-level from the following units:
36 to 60 cps
ANCH504 Society and the Individual in Classical Greece 6  
ANCH505 Greek Democracy and its Enemies 6  
ANCH507 Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World 6  
ANCH510 The Art of Roman Government 6  
ANCH512 Rome of the Caesars 6  
ANCH513 Augustus and the Roman Revolution 6  
ANCH515 The Shadow of Vesuvius: Pompeii and Herculaneum 6  
ANCH518 The Romans: From Cradle to Grave 6  
ANCH520 How to be Good: Greek and Roman Ethics 6  
ANCH524 Egypt in the Age of the Pyramids 6  
ANCH525 New Kingdom Eqypt 6  
ANCH526 The Art and Architecture of the Ancient World 6  
ANCH527 Hellenistic and Roman Egypt 6  
ANCH528 Towns and Cities of the Ancient World 6  
ANCH551 Warfare in the Ancient World 6  
ARPA506 Archaeologies of the Modern World 6  
ARPA552 Public Archaeology and Management 6  
HINQ501 Researching and Applying History 6  
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: Deaths, 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  
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 and 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  
ISLM563 Women in Islam 6  
RELS581 Chinese and Japanese Religion: A History 6  
RELS584 Religions of the Ancient Near East 6  
RELS586 Buddhism: A History 6  
RELS587 Earliest Christianity: Social Context and Sacred Text 6  
RELS588 The Pagan Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome 6  
RELS592 Meditation in Eastern Religions 6  
WORK500 Work Integrated Learning - Professional Skills Development 6  
WRIT506 Writing for Work: Styles and Contexts 6  
Total 96 cps

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