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Objectives:
Almost all Australian universities offer Bachelor of Arts courses. They are 'general' degrees and are normally considered as an essential component of a university's mission. They include studies in the humanities, social sciences and, sometimes, the visual and performing arts. The Bachelor of Arts provides students with knowledge of the humanities and social sciences and analytical and communication skills that prepare graduates for a range of careers. It is an essential prerequisite for postgraduate study that leads to many types of professional employment. Many Bachelor of Arts graduates from Charles Darwin have found very suitable forms of employment. Recent examples include the coordinator of the Regional Museums Program at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, a senior librarian at the Northern Territory Library, a research officer with the Northern Land Council, several graduate trainees in the Northern Territory Public Service, the public relations manager for TELSTRA in the Northern Territory, a senior research officer in the Power and Water Authority and several teachers in Northern Territory secondary schools. Areas of Study Students may undertake sequences of study and / or electives in the following disciplines: Anthropology (including archaeology) Art history Australian studies History Indigenous social studies Indonesian language and literature Music Political science Psychology Sociology Social work Southeast Asian studies Visual and Fine Arts A list of the units offered in each of the above areas is provided under Course Structure below.
Entry Requirements:
This Course is for re-enrolling students only and not available to new students
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Bachelor of Arts
Course Description:
Course Structure


The information provided for this course was valid for the final year of enrolment. Students continuing in this course in 2007, 2008 or 2009 may find there have been some changes to the unit availability. Students should, in the first instance, refer to the recommended study plan in the newest version of this course to make their unit selection for 2009.


Every re-enrolling student will be able to complete their current course of study. As a continuing student you should always consider transferring to the newest course version to enable you to take advantage of new and exciting changes to university programs.


Common Units

Charles Darwin University's innovative multidisciplinary common units program has been designed to introduce beginning university students to fundamental academic skills and provide a deeper understanding of their region and culture.

Common Units provide students with the opportunity to examine issues relevant to their chosen career and the social, cultural and political environment of the Northern Territory, and assume responsibility for their own learning, both within the University and beyond by introducing the practical skills required for university study.

All students commencing a Bachelor's degree, Associate degree or Advanced Diploma from 2005, where the course structure includes common units, are required to complete two common units as follows:

Students complete the core unit dealing with Regional and Indigenous Issues
CUC107 Northern Perspectives
and either one of the following Academic Communication Units:
CUC100 Academic Literacies (for Humanities/Social Sciences students)
CUC106 Design & Innovation: Communicating Technology (for Technology/Science students)


Candidates undertaking the Bachelor of Arts course are required to complete at least 120 credit points in approved sequences of study. In addition to the Charles Darwin Common Rules for Courses Leading to the Degree of Bachelor (including Common Units), the Bachelor of Arts has the following Specific Rules:

Specific Rules for the Bachelor of Arts
To fulfil the requirements of the course, candidates undertaking the Bachelor of Arts must complete approved units of 120 credit points. At least 60 credit points of approved units must be completed from one of the sequences of study listed below.

Candidates may complete the requirements for the course structure by completing:

    * two sequences of study each of 60 credit points; or
    * one sequence of study of 80 credit points (subject to unit availability) and a short sequence of study of 40 credit points; or
    * a single sequence of 120 credit points (subject to unit availability).


Subject to the approval of the Course Co-ordinator, it may be possible for a candidate to complete up to 60 credit points in a sequence of study offered in courses other than the BA as part of the requirements to complete approved units of 120 credit points.

Completed units may not be counted more than once. Where a unit is required in more than one sequence undertaken by a candidate, the unit will count as 10 credit points in one sequence only, but the requirement to complete the unit for the other sequence will be satisfied.

ANTHROPOLOGY
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
ANY140
ANY170    Cultures Past and Present: Foundations of Anthropology
Introduction to Aboriginal Australia
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
ANY242
ANY262
ANY270
ANY341
ANY390
HPS301
HPS302    Introduction to Archaeology
Australian Archeology
Australian Aboriginal & Islander Societies
History of Anthropological Thought
Historical Archaeology
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B

ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY (DOUBLE MAJOR)
Introductory Core Elective Units    
ANY140
SOC140
SOC145    Cultures Past & Present
Introduction to the Sociology of Australian Society
Society & the Individual
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
SOC242
SOC248
SOC249
SOC252A
SOC258
HPS301
HPS30
ANY270
ANY341    Sociology of Deviance
Sociology of Medicine
Sociology of Media & Culture
Masculinities and Femininities
Global Society and Culture
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B
Australian Aboriginal and Islander Societies
History of Anthropological Thought

ART HISTORY
Introductory Core Elective Units    
AHT131    Visual Cultures: Art and Architecture
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
ATH209
AHT213
AHT214
AHT215
AHT216
AHT231
AHT232    Using the Language of Art
Contemporary Indigenous Art
Indigenous Art in Northern Australia
Foundations in Southeast Asian Arts
Representing the Other: Ethnographic Film
Modernism in European, American and Australian Visual Cultures
Postmodernism: Art, Architecture, Culture and Theory

AUSTRALIAN STUDIES
NB: In order to complete a major or a Double major in Australian Studies, students must complete units from at least 3 different disciplines. Students completing a minor must complete units from 2 disciplines.
Introductory Core Elective Units: Two of    
HIS142
POL101
SOC140    Problems in Australian History
Introduction to Australian Politics
Introduction to the Sociology of Australian Society
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
ANY270
HIS246
HIS247
POL202
POL312    Australian Aboriginal & Islander Societies
North Australian History to 1911
North Australian History Since 1911
Australian State Politics
Northern Territory Politics Internship Program

HISTORY
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
HIS140
HIS142
HIS144
HIS149
HIS150    History of Southeast Asian Civilisations
Problems in Australian History
Colonial Rule in Southeast Asia
Foundations of Western Civilisation 1
Foundations of Western Civilistaion 2
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
HIS244A
HIS246
HIS247
HIS249A
HIS255
HIS285
HPS301
HPS302    Malay World
North Australian History to 1911
North Australian History since 1911
Modern History of Island Southeast Asia
Mainland Southeast Asia
Europe since 1870
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B

HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
HIS140
HIS142
HIS144
HIS149
HIS150
POL101
POL104A
POL105    History of Southeast Asian Civilisations
Problems in Australian History
Colonial Rule in Southeast Asia
Foundations of Western Civilisation 1
Foundations of Western Civilistaion 2
Introduction to Australian Politics
Introduction to Politics and Government
Introduction to International Relations
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
HIS244A
HIS246
HIS247
HIS249A
HIS255
HIS285
HPS301
HPS302
POL202
POL203
POL204
POL212
POL303
POL312    Malay World
North Australian History to 1911
North Australian History since 1911
Modern History of Island Southeast Asia
Mainland Southeast Asia
Europe since 1870
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B
Australian State Politics
Politics of Island Southeast Asia
Politics of Mainland Southeast Asia
Political Ideas
Politics in Indonesia
Northern Territory Politics Internship Program

INDIGENOUS SOCIAL STUDIES
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
ANY140
CAS100
SOC140
SOC145    Cultures Past and Present
Introduction to Aboriginal and Islander Studies
Introduction to the Sociology of Australian Society
Society and the Individual
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
ANY270
ANY295
HPS301
HPS302
POL202    Australian Aboriginal & Islander Societies
Australian Aboriginal Kinship and Land Tenure
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B
Australian State Politics

MODERN GREEK LANGUAGE
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
GRK101
GRK102
GRK110*
GRK111*.    Introductory Greek A
Introductory Greek B
Advanced Greek A
Advanced Greek B
* these are advanced units although they are coded at the 100 level

MUSIC
Introductory Core Units in Music History & Literature    
MUS106
MUS107    History and the Performing Musician 1
History and the Performing Musician 2
Advanced Specialist Units in Music History & Literature    
MUS216
MUS284    History and the Performing Musician 3
Australian Music - A New Perspective
Introductory Core Units in Practical Studies    
MUS182
MUS183    Instrumental and Vocal Skills 1
Instrumental and Vocal Skills 2
Advanced Specialist Elective Units in Practical Studies    
MUS282
MUS283    Instrumental and Vocal Skills 3
Instrumental and Vocal Skills 4
Introductory Core Units in Musicianship    
MUS108
MUS109    Language of Music 1
Language of Music 2
Advanced Specialist Units in Musicianship    
MUS274
MUS284
MUS320
MUS321    Language of Music 3
Australiana Music - A New Perspective
Independent Music Studies 1
Independent Music Studies 2

INDONESIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Special note: Talk to the Indonesian Lecturer or Course Coordinator about the units available in 2004/5 for Indonesian Language and Studies. All Indonesian Language units are coded INI and are offered in internal, external and in-country.
Note: Units in Indonesian Language are all available in internal mode (on-campus) and in-country modes. The first 6 units in the sequence are also available in external mode (off campus). In-country units are offered in intensive mode in January/February each year through the University of Mataram, Lombok, and as full-time study in semester 1 and/or semester 2 through the ACICIS program in Yogyakarta.
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
INI101
INI102    Indonesian Language 1
Indonesian Language 2
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
INI201
INI202
INI301
INI302
INI340
INI341
LLI244
LLI245
LLI251
HPS301
HPS302    Indonesian Language 3
Indonesian Language 4
Indonesian Language 5
Indonesian Language 6
Indonesian Language 7
Indonesian Language 8
Indonesian Culture and Society Today
Media and Society in Indonesia
Indonesia in Context
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B
In Country Intensive (in Lombok – Indonesia)
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
INI101
INI102    Indonesian Language 1
Indonesian Language 2
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
INI201
INI202
INI301
INI302
INI340
INI341    Indonesian Language 3
Indonesian Language 4
Indonesian Language 5
Indonesian Language 6
Indonesian Language 7
Indonesian Language 8

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
POL101
POL104A
POL105    Introduction to Australian Politics
Introduction to Politics and Government
Introduction to International Relations
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
POL202
POL203
POL204
POL212
POL303
POL312
HPS301
HPS302    Australian State Politics
Politics of Island Southeast Asia
Politics of Mainland Southeast Asia
Political Ideas
Politics in Indonesia
Northern Territory Politics Internship Program
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B


PSYCHOLOGY
Introductory Specialist Elective Units    
PSY140
PSY141    Introductory Psychology A
Introductory Psychology B
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
PSY208E
PSY202
PSY245
PSY247
PSY305E
PSY308
PSY340E
PSY353
PSY347    Behavioural Neuroscience 1
Developmental Psychology
Cognition and Information Processing
Research Design and Analysis
Personality
Behavioural Neuroscience 2
Modification of Human Behaviour
Abnormal Psychology
Advanced Research Design
Additional Psychology Electives - these may vary from Year to Year    
PSY211E
PSY218E
PSY313E    Psychology of Crime
Psychology of Substance Abuse
Psychology & the Legal System

SOCIAL WORK
Introductory Core Units    
SWK141A
SWK142B    Introduction to Human Services
Communication and Social Work (Replaces SWK142A Interview Skills)
Advanced Core Units    
SWK241
SWK242A
SWK243    Direct Practice with Individuals
Direct Practice with Groups
Community Development and Social Action
Advanced Specialist Units    
SWK340
SWK341
SWK343
SWK344
SWK345
SWK347A
SWK348
SWK346    Social Work theory and Practice 1
Social Policy
Community Development and Social Action
Field Education 1
Professional Issues
Social Work Research Methods
Social Justice
Family Violence (No longer available as of 2003)

SOCIOLOGY
Introductory Core Units    
SOC140
SOC145    Introduction to the Sociology of Australian Society
Society & the Individual
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
SOC242
SOC248
SOC249
SOC252A
SOC258
HPS301
HPS302    Sociology of Deviance
Sociology of Medicine
Sociology of Media & Culture
Masculinities and Femininities
Global Society and Culture
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B

SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
Introductory Core Units    
HIS140
HIS144
INI101
INI102    Early History of Southeast Asian Civilisations
Colonial Rule in Southeast Asia
Indonesian Language 1
Indonesian Language 2
Advanced Specialist Elective Units    
AHT215
HIS244A
HIS249A
HIS255
HPS301
HPS302
INI201
INI202
INI301
INI302
INI340
INI341
LLI244
LLI245
POL203
POL204
POL303    Foundations in Southeast Asian Arts
Malay World
Modern History of Island Southeast Asia
Mainland Southeast Asia
Independent Studies A
Independent Studies B
Indonesian Language 3
Indonesian Language 4
Indonesian Language 5
Indonesian Language 6
Indonesian Language 7
Indonesian Language 8
Indonesian Culture and Society Today
Media and Society in Indonesia
Politics of Island Southeast Asia
Politics of Mainland Southeast Asia
Politics in Indonesia


Unit Repository – provides general information about each unit including a brief description and the semester and mode offered.
Timetables – provide detail on the individual class times for units offered internally.  Timetables for the following academic year are available from the middle of December each year.
Bookshop – if text books have been prescribed, recommended or ordered for units in this course, details are available by unit code through the Casuarina Campus Bookshop.
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