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Objectives:
The Graduate Diploma in Language provides the opportunity for university graduates to take a language that they have not previously studied at university level. It is designed to provide graduates with linguistic and cultural competence in one of the above languages and thus adds greater portability to their qualifications. At the same time, it increases cross-cultural understanding and awareness, and provides the academic rigour of formal language study. By adding linguistic expertise or strengthening skills already gained in a language other than English, graduates increase their ability to understand and interact with another culture. In addition, graduates' ability to communicate skills and knowledge acquired from their previous university studies is greatly enhanced. Learning outcomes On successful completion of the Graduate Diploma in Language students will: * be able to demonstrate a high intermediate level of language proficiency (Beginners stream) or a mid to high advanced level of proficiency (Advanced stream) in a chosen language; * be able to demonstrate a broad knowledge of cultural issues pertaining to the country / countries where the language of their choice is spoken; * have increased their cross-cultural skills; * have developed an academic rigour of formal language study; * have developed a working knowledge of successful strategies for language learning.
Entry Requirements:
Students can undertake the Graduate Diploma in Language if they hold a degree or equivalent qualification from this University or from another approved tertiary institution. Except with the permission of the appropriate Board, no topic presented for the Graduate Diploma in Language may repeat work undertaken for earlier degrees.
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Graduate Diploma in Language
Course Description:
The Graduate Diploma in Language is a fee-paying course. The 36-unit program is offered by the Faculty of Education, Humanities, Law and Theology and, in the case of Indonesian, by the Faculty of Social Sciences.

The languages available are:

    * French,
    * Indonesian
    * Italian
    * Modern Greek
    * Spanish

Students can be accommodated at either beginners or advanced level (equivalent to Year 12 SACE continuers level) of linguistic competence.

Except with the permission of the appropriate Board, a student shall complete the requirements of the course in the prescribed period of six consecutive semesters, or where credit has been granted for work completed elsewhere, within such period as the appropriate Board may determine at the time that credit is granted.

PROGRAM OF STUDY  [November, 2008]

To qualify for the Graduate Diploma in Language, students must complete 36 units of study in the chosen language, with a grade of P or NGP or better in each topic.

The 36 units of language studies can comprise:

    * 9 units of First Year topics and 27 units of upper level topics; or
    * 12 units of First Year topics and 24 units of upper level topics

CREDIT

Students who have completed a Graduate Certificate in Language Teaching may be eligible to receive 18 units of credit.

Students take 36 units in one of the following languages:

FRENCH

FREN1121
    

French 1, Part 1
    

4.5

FREN1122
    

French 1, Part 2
    

4.5

FREN2123
    

Upper Level French B: Part 1
    

6

FREN2124
    

Upper Level French B: Part 2
    

6

FREN2121
    

Upper Level French A: Part 1
    

6

FREN2122
    

Upper Level French A: Part 2
    

6

FREN3121
    

Upper Level French C, or
    

3

FREN3122
    

Upper Level French D
    

3

INDONESIAN


Standard stream

ASST1101
    

Indonesian, Introductory, Part 1
    

4.5

ASST1102
    

Indonesian, Introductory, Part 2
    

4.5

ASST2101
    

Indonesian, Intermediate, Part 1
    

6

ASST2102
    

Indonesian, Intermediate, Part 2
    

6

ASST3101
    

Indonesian, Advanced, Part 1
    

6

ASST3102
    

Indonesian, Advanced, Part 2
    

6

ASST3045
    

Supervised Research Project in Indonesian Language
    

3

or Advanced stream

ASST1201
    

Indonesian, Introductory A, Part 1
    

4.5

ASST1202
    

Indonesian, Introductory A, Part 2
    

4.5

ASST2201
    

Indonesian, Intermediate A, Part 1
    

6

ASST2202
    

Indonesian, Intermediate A, Part 2
    

6

ASST3201
    

Indonesian, Advanced A, Part 1
    

6

ASST3202
    

Indonesian, Advanced A, Part 2
    

6

ASST3045
    

Supervised Research Project in Indonesian Language
    

3

ITALIAN

ITAL1121
    

Italian 1: Part 1
    

4.5

ITAL1122
    

Italian 1: Part 2
    

4.5

ITAL2121
    

Italian 2: Part 1
    

6

ITAL2122
    

Italian 2: Part 2
    

6

ITAL3121
    

Italian 3: Part 1, or
    

6

ITAL3121C
    

Italian 3: Part 1
    

9

ITAL3122
    

Italian 3: Part 2, or
    

6

ITAL3122B
    

Italian 3: Part 2
    

9

MODERN GREEK

MGRE1121
    

Modern Greek 1: Part 1
    

4.5

MGRE1122
    

Modern Greek 1: Part 2
    

4.5

MGRE2121
    

Upper Level Modern Greek A: Part 1
    

6

MGRE2122
    

Upper Level Modern Greek A: Part 2
    

6

MGRE2123
    

Upper Level Modern Greek B: Part 1
    

6

MGRE2124
    

Upper Level Modern Greek B: Part 2
    

6

MGRE3121
    

Upper Level Modern Greek C, or
    

3

MGRE3122
    

Upper Level Modern Greek D
    

3

SPANISH

SPAN1121
    

Spanish 1: Part 1, or
    

4.5

SPAN1121A
    

Spanish 1: Part 1
    

6

SPAN1122
    

Spanish 1: Part 2, or
    

4.5

SPAN1122A
    

Spanish 1: Part 2
    

6

SPAN2121A
    

Spanish 2: Part 1
    

6

SPAN2122A
    

Spanish 2: Part 2
    

6

SPAN3121
    

Spanish 3: Part 1, or
    

6

SPAN3121A
    

Spanish 3: Part 1
    

9

SPAN3122A
    

Spanish 3: Part 2, or
    

6

SPAN3122B
    

Spanish 3: Part 2
    

9



     
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