Postgraduate Diploma of Arts

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  • Objectives
    This program offers an opportunity for graduates to continue studies in a particular area, or branch out into other areas.
  • Practical experience
    Work Experience and Internships Work experience and Internships are not generally available in this program.
  • Entry requirements
    Completion of a degree program at an approved institution.
  • Academic title
    Postgraduate Diploma of Arts
  • Course description

    The Postgraduate Diploma of Arts (Public Relations) degree is accredited by the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA)


    International Students: Students must undertake four subjects per semester (equivalent to 40 credit points) to fulfil student visa requirements.

    Domestic Students: Most Students undertake four subjects per semester (equivalent to 40 credit points). You may, however, enrol in fewer subjects (equivalent to 30 credit points) and extend your degree over a longer period.

    Bond's Teaching methodology involves a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, examinations, projects, presentations, assignments, computer labs and industry projects.

    Program Structure
    Core (2)

    Research Methods in Humanities and Social Sciences
    This is a postgraduate research methods class designed for masters students pursuing advanced specialisations in the humanities or social sciences. The subject reviews the purposes for social research, competing paradigms, qualitative and quantitative res earch designs and tools for analysis.


    Outcomes include knowledge of the types of research conducted in the humanities and social sciences, the ability to conceptualise and design research projects and carry out elementary analyses and reporting.

    Epistemology and Theory of Knowledge
    This subject is concerned with how knowledge is generated and justified in different academic disciplines. It will explore ways of constructing and criticizing arguments and compare the methods employed in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. Students will be exposed to basic philosophical ideas about knowledge, and will become familiar with perspectives drawn from the philosophy of science and sociology of knowledge.


    Students who successfully complete this subject will not only be better equipped to recognise and address the most fundamental questions that arise in their advanced study and research, but also to contribute in a more rigorous way to questions of public controversy.

     ELECTIVES (6)

    Six (6) subjects from the Humanities and Social Sciences schedule of postgraduate subjects including 1 major (3 subjects)

    Candidates whose first language is not English may be permitted to include up to two subjects from the English as an International Language section (ENIL71-) of the H&SS list of postgraduate subject.

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