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1 Undergraduate Program Guide 2016 Arts Arts Development Studies Environmental Policy and Management International Studies Languages Media Social Sciences Teaching

2 Indicative pathways Degree programs Potential career pathways Bachelor of Arts > > Academic > > Account manager > > Administrative officer > > Advertising executive > > Anthropologist > > Business owner > > Communications officer > > Community engagement officer > > Consultant > > Defence worker > > Development officer > > Diplomat > > Environmental officer > > Executive officer > > Humanitarian > > Human resources consultant > > Information officer > > Interpreter/translator > > Journalist > > Linguist > > Manager > > Marketing officer > > Member of Parliament > > Native title specialist > > Office manager > > Policy developer > > Project manager > > Psychologist > > Publicist > > Public relations adviser > > Public servant > > Publisher > > Researcher > > Retailer > > Social impact assessment specialist > > Social inclusion officer > > Social planner > > Store manager > > Writer > > Youth worker Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) > > Academic > > Anthropologist > > Consultant > > Feature writer > > Journalist > > Linguist > > Member of Parliament/politician > > Native title specialist > > Parliamentary adviser > > Policy adviser > > Politician > > Researcher > > Social impact assessment specialist > > Social inclusion officer Bachelor of Development Studies > > Administration officer > > Community development officer > > Community liaison officer > > Development researcher > > Foreign aid worker > > Government officer > > Private sector consultant > > Program officer for aid organisation > > Project officer > > Native title specialist > > Social impact assessment specialist > > Social inclusion officer Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management > > Catchment manager > > Environmental consultant > > Environmental project officer > > Government officer > > Government or corporate policy adviser > > Natural resource manager > > Natural resource planner Bachelor of International Studies > > Administration officer > > Diplomat > > Foreign affairs and trade officer > > Foreign affairs worker > > Humanitarian/aid worker > > International government and/ or trade policy adviser > > Journalist > > Member of Parliament/politician > > Ministerial adviser > > Parliamentary adviser > > Parliamentary library research officer > > Project officer > > Policy officer > > Research officer Bachelor of Languages/ Diploma of Languages > > Foreign affairs worker > > Government officer > > Hospitality worker > > Humanitarian/aid worker > > Interpreter/translator > > Linguist > > Public servant > > Teacher > > Tutor > > Travel industry worker Bachelor of Media > > Account manager > > Administration officer > > Advertising coordinator > > Animator > > Camera operator > > Columnist > > Communications officer > > Copywriter > > Digital effects coordinator > > Digital producer > > Editor > > Electronic publisher > > Feature writer > > Film critic > > Film director > > Government officer > > Journalist > > Market researcher > > Marketing officer > > Media adviser > > Media liaison > > News presenter > > Online/social media consultant > > Photographer > > Producer > > Presenter > > Producer > > Production assistant > > Project officer > > Publications officer > > Publicist > > Public relations advisor > > Public servant > > Radio broadcaster > > Reporter > > Researcher > > Travel writer > > Web content manager > > Writer Bachelor of Social Sciences > > Aid development officer > > Development officer > > Foreign affairs department officer > > Humanitarian/aid worker > > Government policy maker > > Market researcher > > Media and public relations adviser > > Ministerial/parliamentary adviser >Non-governmental > organisations (NGO) worker > > Policy adviser > > Research assistant/associate > > Social impact analyst > > Social planner > > Writer Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts > > English > > Geography > > History > > Language

3 Art, Humanities, Social Sciences and Teaching Programs within the Faculty of Arts provide students with an appreciation of, and perspective on, the world and the extraordinary richness, complexity and connection between human culture, civilisation, and the earth s environment, geography and natural resources. The Faculty of Arts is proud to offer programs that are diverse, dynamic and distinct, and that enable students to follow their passions to many career paths. Students emerge from their studies with skills in communication, creative and critical thinking, decision-making and research that are sought after by employers. University of Adelaide graduates pursue fulfilling careers in today s evolving job market. For students who have strong interests in more than one discipline, undertaking a double degree makes it possible to study additional topics. Most double degrees can be completed in four years and students graduate with two parchments. There are many areas to investigate when studying the arts, humanities and social sciences. Anthropology Using new and challenging perspectives, Anthropology studies the diversity of humanity, culture, identity and the different ways communities live. Art History and Visual Culture** Art History and Visual Culture offers a dynamic and inspiring concentration of courses that explore the making, meaning, reception, and consumption of historical and contemporary images and objects. Investigation of both high art and popular culture from global and multicultural perspectives enables the development of sophisticated levels of visual literacy in the areas of visual analysis, critical thinking, and persuasive communication skills. Asian Studies Asian Studies offers insight into the beliefs, ideas and social, political and economic structures that shape Asian countries and society. The discipline explores aspects of modern Asia s history, culture, literature, economics, trade and business. Classics The cultures, societies, religions, literatures and political ideas of ancient Greece and Rome have left potent legacies. Classics students develop analytical research skills while learning about aspects of archaeology, history, art, thought, literature, society and politics from the birth of civilisation. Creative Writing Students gain a practical introduction to creative writing, and learn ways to begin and develop a sustained and reflective writing practice that includes revising and editing. Students can become more proficient and versatile writers. Criminology Criminology is the study of crime and deviance as a social phenomenon. It aims to understand why people commit crimes and the social responses to it, including attempts at control. Development Studies Development Studies explores issues related to poverty reduction and sustainable development with a focus on the developing world. Students debate the determinants of economic growth, the causes of civil war, the nature of good governance, the sources of environmental sustainability, the links between gender and development, and the effectiveness of aid. Economics* Economics students learn how the economy works in the context of global economic forces and how governments deal with issues such as unemployment, international trade and taxation. English English students learn how to think and write critically about great literature and other communication forms, such as film, TV, books, plays, poetry, manuscripts, digital media and magazines. Students delve into past and present literary and filmic works and hone research, communicative and interpretive skills that will serve them in their future academic and professional lives. Gender Studies and Social Analysis Gender Studies and Social Analysis investigates the ways in which women and men understand gender. Students consider the different ways rewards and difficulties of work are experienced (in Australia and elsewhere in the world), and explore pop culture, such as fashion and television. In addition, the gendered experiences of health, sexuality, relationships and youth in the workforce are examined. Geography, Environment and Population Geography, Environment and Population students learn how to analyse environmental processes and the human interaction within them at local and global levels. Questions posed include how can, and should, the world cope with an ever expanding population? How will climate change impact the planet and its people over the coming decades? How will humanity respond to the challenges of food security, biodiversity loss and water management? What should future cities, towns and rural landscapes be like? Arts 1

4 History History students are able to immerse themselves in events from Australia and around the globe and study the impact of warfare, conflict, film, migration, slavery, colonialism and commodity production, political movements, religion and the law on the world. Indigenous Knowledges and Society Indigenous Knowledges and Society offers practical and theoretical appreciation of Indigenous worldviews. The discipline explores issues of concern to Indigenous peoples, including culture, language, the environment, history and politics. Students will understand and communicate the significance and value of first-nation knowledge systems in a changing world. International Business* Students gain knowledge of, and a foundation in, business and can focus on specialised areas of international management and international marketing. Languages Language students gain language skills and understanding of the cultural heritage of the societies that communicate in their chosen language of study. Courses include Chinese Studies, French Studies, German Studies, Indonesian Studies, Italian Studies, Japanese Studies, Modern Greek Studies and Spanish Studies. Linguistics Students of linguistics examine the role of language in human communication, and analyse different forms of language and communication. They learn about the role of Australia s linguistic heritage and the importance of preserving linguistic diversity. Management* Management is the process of administering and coordinating an organisation s resources efficiently and effectively in an effort to achieve goals. Management students develop the skills required to successfully manage changes in work structures, process and product technologies, employment relations and organisational culture. Marketing* Marketing students investigate the role of marketing within and between organisations. They gain a grounding in marketing theory, learn how to prepare marketing reports and plans, undertake a diagnostic case study of an exporting firm, analyse advertisements in a variety of media, and apply market research as part of a group project that focuses on a real business problem. Media Media students explore the dynamic and creative role of media in contemporary society. Students can tailor the program to an area of interest in media research, analysis or production. Additionally, students develop skills in media writing, journalism, and media technology use, which see them well placed to pursue a range of career opportunities. Music Studies Develop an understanding of music from different genres around the world in its social and performative contexts. Learn about the history of music analysis with a focus on music research and skills. Philosophy What is the nature of reality? What is knowledge? Should euthanasia be permitted? Can society s opinion about the value of morality and art be objectively justified, and if so, how? Philosophy aims to resolve such questions using debate, reasoning and critical thinking. By choosing this discipline, students can join the great philosophers throughout the ages in the love of wisdom that is philosophy. Politics and International Studies Politics students explore the ins and outs of political decision-making, justice and democracy. They learn about Australian politics and public policy, the politics of other countries, and the relations between them. They have the chance to debate the burning issues in domestic and international governance as great powers rise and changing societies produce new political problems. * Must be taken in addition to a first Faculty of Arts major chosen from those listed. **Not available as a major. Visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse via Current Students to the Undergraduate page and select Courses and Discipline Areas. 2 Arts Fit uni into life Attendance at university is less structured than time spent at high school. The hours spent on campus in lectures, tutorials, practicals or in the field known as contact hours depend on the program students enrol in, study mode selected (internal, external, online or flexible learning) and course choices. This diary snapshot is only one example of how a student may choose to schedule their university study and life. 17 Monday October am English lecture 1pm French language lab 3pm History lecture 6pm Gym October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa Tuesday October am French tutorial 10am History tutorial 12noon Lunch with Alice 2pm English seminar

5 Life experience through Global Learning All students will have the opportunity to study overseas through a range of programs, including student exchange, study tours and summer and winter schools. There are many exciting opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas and Africa. For information visit: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders The University of Adelaide values diversity where the rich cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are taught, supported and celebrated. Wirltu Yarlu provide a range of services, schemes and preparation programs that are designed to support your desire to gain educational outcomes. Wirltu Yarlu is a place where students can soar to new heights. For information visit: Small group discovery There is a commitment to give all students the opportunity to learn in small groups, peer-to-peer and under the guidance of leading academics and researchers. This experience will enhance students initiative and creativity maximising studying in a research intensive university. For information visit: Advanced Bachelors High achieving students who are inspired by the opportunity to contribute to the world s important discoveries and research advancements should consider the Advanced Bachelors degrees. These programs provide a unique close quarters learning experience with academics of international distinction. For information visit: 19 Wednesday October noon English lecture 1pm English seminar 6pm Gym 20 Thursday October am French tutorial 2pm Work 21 Friday October am work 7pm movies with Sam October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa Arts 3

6 Bachelor of Arts arts SATAC Code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Why study the Bachelor of Arts? The Bachelor of Arts (BA) is internationally recognised as a flexible degree that offers a wide choice of fascinating fields to study. It attracts students interested in understanding the human condition in all its diversity, finding answers to important questions about human behaviour, cultures and history, and understanding the major social and political problems of our time. The BA provides you with specialised and transferable skills that are highly sought after by employers, as the skills you will develop include those in effective communication, critical and creative thinking, problem solving and analysis, teamwork, research and professional and ethical conduct. The degree is designed to build a student s capacity for lifelong learning beyond graduation. Equipped with these skills, BA graduates consistently achieve positions Indicative study plan Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 of significance and influence in business, the community, government and industry, and are ready to deal with different challenges and opportunities throughout their future careers in a range of exciting workplaces. Study abroad and exchange opportunities The University has student exchange links with over 100 overseas institutions around the world. You can study overseas for one or two semesters which count as credit towards your degree program at the University of Adelaide. There are no extra tuition fees for this study. This provides a way to enhance your intercultural competencies or use your newly developed language skills as you learn. Program structure During your degree you can specialise in at least one major and one minor from a great and varied list of discipline areas. Students are also able to take elective courses in other areas of study from within the Faculty of Arts or from other faculty areas within the University such as health or commerce. The Bachelor of Arts also offers the chance to learn one (or more) of eight languages, irrespective of a student s previous language study experience. Students who wish to further their cultural skills and broaden their experiences can choose to study overseas for one or two semesters or take one or more of a variety of short study abroad courses. BA students with a suitable grade point average (GPA) are also able to take part in an internship in which they gain valuable work experience relevant to their career goals, build networks and manage a research project for an industry partner in the media, environment, parliament or the arts. Other benefits of studying the degree include regular career and employment forums and mentoring programs that run throughout the year. Level I Level I elective Level I Level I elective Level I The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement elective elective Level I minor Level I elective elective elective elective elective Please note: a maximum of 24 units of electives may be taken from faculties other than the Faculty of Arts. Courses listed on the Bachelor of Arts major or minor lists (including those from other faculties) are exempt from this limit. For further information on majors, minors and electives or Faculty of Arts courses visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to the Undergraduate page. Areas of specialisation Students can specialise their studies by taking majors and minors in the following areas: > > Anthropology > > Art History and Visual Culture (minor only) > > Asian Studies > > Chinese Studies > > Classics > > Creative Writing > > Criminology > > Development Studies > > Economics* > > English > > French Studies > > Gender Studies and Social Analysis > > Geography, Environment and Population > > German Studies > > History > > Indigenous Knowledges and Society > > Indonesian Studies > > International Business* > > Italian Studies > > Japanese Studies > > Linguistics > > Management* > > Marketing* > > Modern Greek Studies > > Music Studies > > Philosophy > > Politics and International Studies > > Psychology (minor only) > > Spanish Studies Please note: All majors and minors are subject to Faculty confirmation in November. Please visit the Faculty website for a full list of courses that comprise each area of specialisation. *These majors must be taken in addition to a first Arts major chosen from those listed above. Potential careers Our graduates have great versatility in shaping their careers and follow highly successful paths in different areas: advertising, administration, business, community engagement, corporate communication, defence, diplomatic service, environmental management and planning, foreign affairs, humanitarian work, human resources, industry liaison, management, marketing, media, policy development, project management, psychology, public relations, publishing, research, social planning, youth work, academia and teaching. To see where our latest graduates have gone in their careers, visit: In addition to renowned excellence in teaching and research, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences provides mentoring support and careers advice with employment forums and talks by key industry partners and organisations each year. Your degree may inspire you to achieve far more than you currently imagine and the knowledge and skills gained will open up a number of possibilities for your future. 4 Arts

7 Work placement An opportunity for your third year is to take part in an internship with an organisation from within the arts, media, parliament or environment. These include state parliament and a range of public and business sector agencies, where you can use the knowledge from your university study in a practical work environment, building valuable networks and gaining experience that counts towards your degree program and prepares you for your future career. Honours Graduates are encouraged to further their studies by doing an honours year or a Master of Philosophy. This involves undertaking advanced coursework and completing a research component (thesis) on a chosen topic in consultation with an academic supervisor. Honours programs provide a pathway to professional employment or research and further learning. For further information visit au/study and select Honours Students from the menu. Combined and double degrees Combined and double degree programs provide students with the flexibility to combine two areas of study concurrently. Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics arts + economics Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Music arts + music Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Science arts + science SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut-offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ SATAC Code: Various search Degree Finder Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Deferral: Enrolment into this program may not be deferred Admission requirements: Audition and SACE Stage 2 (or equivalent) 2016 International cut-offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 Assumed Knowledge: Various please refer to the Bachelor of Music specialisations on Degree Finder VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: 70 IB: International cut-offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Arts 5

8 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts The Bachelor of Arts may be paired with the following Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) specialisations: Chemical, Civil and Environmental, Civil and Structural, Electrical and Electronic, Mechanical or Mechatronic. arts + engineering SATAC Code: Various search Degree Finder Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR/IB: various - please search Degree Finder: 2016 International cut-offs: ATAR: 80 IB: 27 Prerequisites: various search Degree Finder * * VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ *SACE Stage 2 prerequisites or equivalents must be met Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Arts arts + international SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut-offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Arts arts + laws SATAC Code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: International cut-offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts arts + media SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut-offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts arts + teaching SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 75 IB: 25 Double degree indicative study plan (with International Studies) Indicative study plan Year 1 Comparative Politics of Rising Powers Two courses (6 units) from: The Enquiring Mind: Arts of > > Asia and the World Engagement Arts major level I > > Introduction to Development Studies Global Politics > > Empires in World History > > Revolutions that changed the World Arts major level I Arts elective level I Year 2 International Studies closed elective advanced level International Studies closed elective advanced level Arts major advanced level Arts elective advanced level Global Justice and International Order Indo-Pacific Foreign Policy Arts major advanced level Arts major advanced level Strategic Culture and International Security International Studies closed elective advanced level Arts major advanced level Arts elective advanced level Year 3 International Studies closed elective advanced level International Studies closed elective advanced level Arts major advanced level Arts major advanced level Year 4 Arts elective advanced level Arts electiveadvanced level Arts elective advanced level Arts elective advanced level Arts elective advanced level Arts elective advanced level Arts elective advanced level Arts elective advanced level 6 Arts

9 Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) arts + advanced SATAC Code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95.1 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 95 IB: 34 Please Note: Year 12 applicants must obtain an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of 95 or higher (or equivalent). Additional entry requirements: Due to the rigour and specialisation of the Bachelor of Arts (Advanced), this program is not suitable to be studied concurrently or as part of a double degree. Double counting of units between the B Arts (Advanced) and other programs will not be permitted. Why study the Bachelor of Arts (Advanced)? The Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) is a program for high-achieving students. The program is specialised with a research focus and concentrates on the liberal arts. Students complete two majors chosen from the following list: English, History, Politics and International Studies, Anthropology, Philosophy, Classics, Linguistics, European Studies, Gender Studies and Social Analysis, Asian Studies, Chinese Studies, Creative Writing, Criminology, Development Studies, French Studies, Geography, Environment and Population, German Studies, Indigenous Knowledges and Society, Japanese Studies, Spanish Studies. The BA (Advanced) is an excellent pathway to research study, as well as providing a springboard into careers involving policy making and consultancy. Transfer into the Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) is possible after successful completion of 12 units of study based on academic merit. Program structure BA (Advanced) students are appointed an academic mentor for the duration of their degree and are able to focus on advanced level study from the first year of study. Students will study two majors, undertake a 3-unit course in advanced humanities and complete a 6-unit research project in their final year under the supervision of their academic mentor. The remainder of the degree is made up of free choice electives from within the Faculty of Arts. Students studying this program will attend various discipline research seminars, career and industry talks. BA (Advanced) students will also be assisted and encouraged to participate in the University s study abroad program, the Arts Internship scheme, the Community Engagement project and Summer Research scholarships. Students need to maintain a GPA of 5.0 for the duration of the degree. Indicative study plan Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Level I first major course Level I first major course major course first first first Areas of specialisation Majors currently available include: > > Anthropology > > Asian Studies > > Chinese Studies > > Classics > > Creative Writing > > Development Studies > > English > > European Studies > > French Studies > > Gender Studies and Social Analysis > > Geography Environment and Population > > German Studies > > Japanese Studies > > History > > Linguistics > > Philosophy > > Politics and International Studies elective elective Level I second The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement first Arts Advanced Research Project Advanced Humanities: Theory and Method elective second elective second Level I second second second second second For further information on majors, minors and electives or Faculty of Arts courses visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then Undergraduate page. Potential careers Likely careers include research, government, consultancy and policy maker. Work placement An opportunity for your third year is to take part in an internship with an organisation from within the arts, media, parliament or environment. These include state parliament and a range of public and business sector agencies, where you can use the knowledge from your university study in a practical work environment, building valuable networks and gaining experience that counts towards your degree program and prepares you for your future career. Arts 7

10 Bachelor of Development Studies development SATAC Code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: 67.8 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Why study the Bachelor of Development Studies? This program investigates key global issues such as poverty, governance, debt reduction, inequality, human rights, HIV and AIDS, conflict, ecology, the environment, health and gender rights in developing countries. You will explore, question and analyse the impact of these issues on the social, economic and political structures of societies. You will also develop analytical and methodological skills that will be useful in a wide range of careers in sectors including government, aid and development, as well as private organisations. Your knowledge of global relations and international developmental processes will grow through studying an interdisciplinary program that includes both theoretical and practical elements. After the first year, students will have the opportunity to participate in the in-country development studies professional practicums run by the Australian Consortium for In- Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS), as well as international internships in public health. Students who excel will also be able to apply for local internships through the Arts Internship scheme. Study abroad and exchange opportunities The University has student exchange links with over 100 overseas institutions. You can study overseas for one or two semesters which count as credit towards your degree program at the University of Adelaide. There are no extra tuition fees for this study. This provides a way to enhance your intercultural competencies or use your newly developed language skills as you learn. Program structure The program consists of compulsory courses in Development Studies, and electives with a development studies focus from disciplines such as Anthropology, Geography, Environment and Population, Economics, Politics and International Studies, Asian Studies, History and Gender Studies and Social Analysis. Students are encouraged to study a language as their minor, in particular Indonesian Studies, French Studies or Spanish Studies. The remainder of the degree is made up of free choice electives from within the Faculty of Arts or another faculty. Potential careers The Bachelor of Development Studies will provide a critical entry point for gaining employment in: > > Government (such as the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) > > Private sector consultancy firms (Official Development Assistance management contracters) > > Non-government organisations > > Development research agencies > > United Nations agencies (UNESCO) > > Foreign aid agencies Work placement An opportunity for your third year is to take part in an internship with an organisation from within the arts, media, parliament or environment. These include state parliament and a range of public and business sector agencies, where you can use the knowledge from your university study in a practical work environment, building valuable networks and gaining experience that counts towards your degree program and prepares you for your future career. Honours Graduates are encouraged to further their studies by doing an honours year or a Master of Philosophy. This involves undertaking advanced coursework and completing a research component Indicative study plan Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Introduction to Development Studies Culture and Society: Foundations of Anthropology or Anthropology of Everyday Life Rights and Development Poverty and Social Development Development Studies closed elective Development Studies closed elective Economy, Environment and Place Globalisation, Justice and a Crowded Planet or Footprints on a Fragile Planet Development Studies closed elective Development Studies closed elective Development Studies closed elective Development Studies closed elective (thesis) on a chosen topic in consultation with an academic supervisor. Honours programs provide a pathway to professional employment or research and further learning. For further information visit and select Honours Students from the menu. Double degree Combined and double degree programs provide students with the flexibility to combine two areas of study concurrently. Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Development Studies development + laws SATAC Code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 For more information please refer to the Bachelor of Laws on Degree Finder: degree-finder Level I Level I Level I The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement Please note: For further information on majors, minors and electives or Faculty of Arts courses visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then Undergraduate page. 8 Arts

11 Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management environmental + policy SATAC Code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Why study the Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management? Environmental change is rapidly altering the world in which we live - its cities and suburbs, regional and rural landscapes, its natural heritage and biodiversity. This has significant political and economic implications. In this degree you will learn about the important causes of environmental change and develop strategies, policy, and planning skills to effectively manage environmental issues at local, national and global levels. Areas covered in this degree include climate change, environmental management, population and migration, urban processes, biodiversity, conservation and sustainable development. Graduates are well equipped for careers in environmental policy, planning and consultancy, administration at local and state government levels, media organisations, teaching and research. Study abroad opportunities The University has student exchange links with over 100 overseas institutions. You can study overseas for one or two semesters which count as credit towards your degree program at the University of Adelaide. There are no extra tuition fees for this study. This provides a way to enhance your intercultural competencies or use your newly developed language skills as you learn. Program structure In the first year of the degree you will complete compulsory Environmental Policy and Management courses on globalisation, the impact of humans on the planet, population-environment relationships and economy-environment interactions. These courses introduce the linked concepts of social and environmental sustainability at local to global scales. courses are offered in coastal management, population and health, international migration, urban futures, housing policy and practice, biodiversity conservation, environment and development, food and agriculture, environmental change and climate change, resource scarcity, environmental impact assessment, geographical information systems, and social science research techniques. Indicative study plan Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Globalisation, Justice and a Crowded Planet Economy, Environment and Place Geography, Environment and Population closed elective Environmental Management Geography, Environment and Population closed elective Geography, Environment and Population closed elective Students also study a minor in another area from within the Faculty of Arts. The remainder of the degree is made up of free choice electives from within the Faculty of Arts or another faculty. In your third year you may take part in an internship with an organisation from within the arts, media, parliament or environment. These include state parliament and a range of public and business sector agencies, where you can use the knowledge from your university study in a practical way, building valuable networks and gaining experience that counts towards your degree program and prepares you for your future career. Potential careers Graduates find successful careers in numerous roles. Footprints on a Fragile Planet Population and Environment in Australia Geography, Environment and Population closed elective Geography, Environment and Population closed elective Geography, Environment and Population closed elective Geography, Environment and Population closed elective Honours Graduates are encouraged to further their studies by doing an honours year or a Master of Philosophy. This involves undertaking advanced coursework and completing a research component (thesis) on a chosen topic in consultation with an academic supervisor. Honours programs provide a pathway to professional employment or research and further learning. For further information visit study and select Honours Students from the menu. Level I Level I Double degree Level I The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement open elective For further information on majors, minors and electives or Faculty of Arts courses visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then Undergraduate page. Combined and double degree programs provide students with the flexibility to combine two areas of study concurrently. Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management environmental + laws SATAC Code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 For more information please refer to the Bachelor of Laws on Degree Finder: degree-finder Arts 9

12 Bachelor of International Studies international SATAC Code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: 67 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Why study the Bachelor of International Studies? The International Studies program at the University of Adelaide offers you an opportunity to explore the interrelations between nations and peoples, and to examine global politics, problems and actors from a variety of perspectives. Our program has three specialisations: Asia s Rising Powers, International Security, and Global Governance and Justice. The Asia s Rising Powers specialisation explores the political and economic implications of the shift of wealth and power to new and rising powers in Asia. Courses within the stream have a particular (though not exclusive) focus on India and China. Students analyse the domestic and global politics of these emerging powers, the social and political impact of rising powers, as well as their impact on global and regional governance. In addition, the stream includes courses that explore Australia s Indicative study plan Year 1 Global Transformations Comparative Politics of Rising Powers Two courses from: > > Asia and the World >Introduction > to Development Studies > > Empires in World History >Revolutions > that Changed the World engagement with the international order, and particularly examines the domestic political implications of Australia s engagement with the Indo-Pacific region. International Security explores the nature of security, conflict and intervention in global politics. It investigates contending theoretical perspectives on international conflict, violence and war on human populations. Courses within the stream focus on the role of strategic culture in defining interests, intelligence, the impact of globilisation on changing forms of security and violence, and the increasing level of human insecurity. Other areas of focus include non-military, cross-border issues that impact on human security including environmental degradation and change, migration and trade. Global Governance and Justice explores the role of international institutions and regimes in the governance of complex issues. It pays particular attention to how governance is now increasingly complex, involving non-state actors such as credit rating agencies and/or private security firms. It also focuses on new forms of governance at the national, regional and global levels dealing with cross-border issues such as the environment, migration and finance. The comprehensive array of electives on offer will reinforce these different streams of our program. Study abroad and exchange opportunities The University has student exchange links with over 100 overseas institutions. You can study overseas for one or two semesters which count as credit towards your degree program at the University of Adelaide. There are no extra tuition fees for this study. This provides a way to enhance your intercultural competencies or use your newly developed language skills as you learn. Level I Level I Level I The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement Program structure Students study core International Studies courses over the duration of their degree. They will also choose a discipline area from within the Faculty of Arts as their minor, for example French Studies or History. The remainder of the degree is made up of free choice electives from within the Faculty of Arts or another faculty. Studies in a foreign language are highly recommended and students are encouraged to spend one or two semesters at an overseas university to gain valuable international experience and cultural perspective. Potential careers Graduates find successful careers in numerous roles. Work placement An opportunity for your third year is to take part in an internship with an organisation from within the arts, media, parliament or environment. These include state parliament and a range of public and business sector agencies, where you can use the knowledge from your university study in a practical work environment, building valuable networks and gaining experience that counts towards your degree program and prepares you for your future career. Honours Graduates are encouraged to further their studies by doing an honours year or a Master of Philosophy. This involves undertaking advanced coursework and completing a research component (thesis) on a chosen topic in consultation with an academic supervisor. Honours programs provide a pathway to professional employment or research and further learning. For further information visit study and select Honours Students from the menu. Year 2 Indo-Pacific Foreign Policy Global Justice and International Order International Studies closed elective International Studies closed elective Year 3 International Studies closed elective Strategic Culture and International Security International Studies closed elective International Studies closed elective For further information on majors, minors and electives or Faculty of Arts Sciences courses visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then Undergraduate page. 10 Arts

13 Double degree Combined and double degree programs provide students with the flexibility to combine two areas of study concurrently. Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Arts arts + international SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics economics + international SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts Please refer to the Bachelor of Media entry in this program guide. Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management international + laws SATAC Code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 For more information please refer to the Bachelor of Laws on Degree Finder: degree-finder Arts 11

14 Bachelor of Languages languages SATAC Code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 Prerequisites: SACE Stage 2 language other than English (LOTE) subject VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+* *SACE Stage 2 subject prerequisites or equivalent must be met. Why study the Bachelor of Languages? The Bachelor of Languages is for committed language students and is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop proficiency in one or more languages as well as an enhanced knowledge of the culture(s) in which the language they are studying is spoken. Students who complete the program will therefore develop a heightened awareness of language as a system and of its role in society, as well as a greater appreciation of cultural diversity and of cultural difference. Study abroad and exchange opportunities The University has student exchange links with over 100 overseas institutions. You can study overseas for one or two semesters which count as credit towards your degree program at the University of Adelaide. In addition there are no extra tuition fees for this study. This provides a way to enhance your intercultural competencies or use your newly developed language skills as you learn. Program structure This degree offers a flexible mix of prescribed study and elective courses. The compulsory component comprises one major, supplemented by two courses in a cognate field, forming an extended major; and one minor in another language or in Linguistics. The minor is a minimum requirement - you are free to use two of your elective choices to compile a second major if you wish. All languages offer different streams catering for students who have studied the language to Year 12 level (or equivalent), but also for anyone wanting to start learning a language from scratch. As a student of the Bachelor of Languages you will have the opportunity to spend at least one semester studying in a country where the language chosen for your major is spoken. With partners in all the relevant countries, this opportunity will boost language proficiency and develop understanding of another culture. Background speakers who wish to study their native language should consult the relevant language discipline for advice prior to application. Areas of specialisation The languages available for study are: > > Chinese Studies > > French Studies > > German Studies > > Indonesian Studies > > Italian Studies > > Japanese Studies > > Modern Greek Studies > > Spanish Studies Indicative study plan Year 1 Level 1 Language Level 1 Language Level 1 The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement You may also minor in Linguistics, or choose from a list of approved Asian Studies/European Studies courses where extra cognate courses are not prescribed by your language major. Potential careers The ability to communicate in another language is an asset in a range of occupations and industries such as interpreter/translator, linguist, public servant, foreign affairs, government officer, tutor, humanitarian/aid worker. It s a valuable addition to other professional interests, but it s also a great asset in its own right! Concurrent degrees The Bachelor of Languages may also be combined with most other degrees offered by the University of Adelaide. Students considering any concurrent combinations, are strongly encouraged to contact the Faculty of Arts office for more detailed information before lodging an application. Honours Graduates are encouraged to further their studies by doing an honours year or a Master of Philosophy. This involves undertaking advanced coursework and completing a research component (thesis) on a chosen topic in consultation with an academic supervisor. Honours programs provide a pathway to professional employment or research and further learning. Level 1 in a second language or Linguistics Level 1 in a second language or Linguistics Level 1 Level 1 Year 2 Language major course Language major course Language major course cognate course* in a second language or Linguistics in a second language or Linguistics Year 3 Level 3 Language Level 3 Language Level 3 Language Level 3 or advanced level cognate course* in a second language or Linguistics in a second language or Linguistics For further information visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then the Undergraduate page. 12 Arts

15 Bachelor of Media ww.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder media SATAC Code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Why study the Bachelor of Media? This degree provides a theoretical understanding of media practices while teaching practical media skills, with a focus on the latest developments in digital and interactive media. Creative media practices can include writing, research and reporting, digital story telling, radio production, and film/video production. Graduates of the Bachelor of Media are prepared to enter cross-media roles and have potential to find careers as writers, editors, social media coordinators, digital content officers, producers, journalists and professional communicators in business, government and community organisations. Graduates may also choose careers as independent freelancers. This degree appeals to students who are interested in working in the new fields and occupations created by digitisation and networking changes affecting mainstream media and society. Bachelor of Media students can add majors to their degree including Journalism, Marketing, Graphic Design, Game Art, Digital Production, Photographic Imaging, and Computer Graphic Imaging and Visual Effects. Graphic Design*, Game Art*, Digital Production*, Photographic Imaging*, and Computer Graphic Imaging and Visual Effects* are studied in collaboration with TafeSA at the Centre for Creative Industries in Tea Tree Gully. The centre houses a world-class, purpose-built digital design hub, that provides students with the latest technologies relevant to studying their media major. Students are encouraged to undertake an internship with a professional organisation as part of their program. Please note: media majors are not available in double degrees. *Due to course prerequisites, midyear entrants may not be able to commence a digital production major until second year. Study abroad and exchange opportunities The University has student exchange links with over 100 overseas institutions. You can study overseas for one or two semesters which count as credit towards your degree program at the University of Adelaide. There are no extra tuition fees for this study. This provides a way to enhance your intercultural competencies or use your newly developed language skills as you learn Program structure In first year, you will take core courses on the impact of new digital technologies on industry and user practices, study how internet distribution platforms are transforming the way we communicate, the role of broadcast radio and television, and creative digital story techniques. These courses combine media history and theory with the study of professional media practices. core courses include media law, media research, global media, online democracy, professional practices, media and creative theory, and a range of options including a media industry placement. The placement, which is highly recommended, allows students to gain valuable work experience and contribute toward a project for their host organisation. The remainder of the degree is made up of free choice electives from within the Faculty of Arts or another faculty. If studying one of the available majors, including Journalism, Marketing, Game Art, Digital Production, Photographic Imaging, Graphic Design or Computer Graphic Imaging and Visual Effects, you will undertake courses in place of your upper level electives to allow for the major. The specialist Journalism curriculum starts in the second year of study. This follows the level I core courses shared by all Bachelor of Media students in first year. From second year, students study Journalism core courses alongside Media core courses, and can choose from a wide range of Journalism-approved electives. The remainder of the degree is made up of free choice electives from within the Faculty of Arts or another faculty. The specialist Marketing curriculum starts in the second half of the first year of study. Students will also undertake the level I core courses shared by all Bachelor of Media students in first year. From the second semester of first year, students study Marketing core courses alongside Media core courses, and have a choice of Marketing Communication, International Marketing, Services Marketing, Brand Management and International Trade and Investment Policy, International Business, Management and Organisational Behaviour. The remainder of the degree is made up of free choice electives from within the Faculty of Arts or another faculty. Students studying the Bachelor of Media with a Media Production major will begin their major in the second semester of their first year of (full-time) study. Out of a total of 72 units within their degree, 36 will include core media courses which are required by all Bachelor of Media students, 24 units will be their chosen Media Production major and the remainder will be made up from a wide range of elective courses. Arts 13

16 Areas of specialisation Marketing Marketing is a primary business function of any organisation and is the management process responsible for identifying customer needs and wants. The Bachelor of Media with a Marketing major allows students to understand the role of marketing within and between organisations. Students will gain a grounding in marketing theory, learn how to prepare marketing reports and plans, undertake a diagnostic case study, analyse advertisements in a variety of media, and apply market research as part of a group project that focuses on real world business problems. Journalism The Bachelor of Media with a Journalism specialisation has been developed in collaboration with media and journalism industry organisations to deliver a study experience that is unique in Australia. Students who study this program develop the practical skills required to work in a rapidly changing industry. Writing effective news stories remains the core skill required of every journalist. Students learn this craft and develop skills that will enable them to enter their journalistic career ready to work with a range of new media platforms used for the presentation of stories, including video, websites and social media. Students graduate with an understanding of how to integrate a wide range of voices in their writing and reporting, an important skill given the rapid growth in social media and user-generated content. Graduates are prepared for the challenge of new media environments and audience demands. Graphic Design This major enables an in-depth knowledge of commercial practices within the graphic design industry. Students are guided through an intense studio-based program using industry standard software. Students are taught high-level technical production and pre-press skills, enabling them to see a project through from initial concept to final publication. Subjects covered include: design, typography, photo imaging, computing, multimedia, interface design, marketing, advertising, art history, drawing and illustration. Photographic Imaging In this major, students develop a thorough knowledge base of photographic and visual communication skills within an elected field of commercial photography. Students work within a world-class photographic studio that includes a full cyclorama. Students learn a range of photographic techniques for advertising, editorial, portraiture, still-life, architecture, fashion and illustration. The major has on-location and studio components and will cover: the principles of camera operation; the use of light meters (ambient and flash) on location and in the studio; the foundations of lighting, including an introduction to studio flash, lighting types, quality and styles; and the fundamentals of design and composition. Students enrolled in the photographic imaging specialisation are required to have access to an SLR camera with manual override capabilities. The Centre for Creative Industries has a large range of Canon lenses and a small number of Nikon lenses that students can borrow. Game Art This major delivers the art skills required to design and develop 3D models and textures for a variety of genres that use interactive digital technology, such as the simulation and serious games genres. Emphasis is placed on modelling, texturing, concept development and drawing. Students work with software such as Maya and Photoshop. Digital Production The digital production major introduces students to digital production environments such as the graphic design and print shop, finished art and web design studio, and magazine and digital publishing industry. Students initially gain skills in computer applications, design techniques for print and web, finished art processes and digital print. Further study includes planning, design and construction of web sites, digital publications for tablets and other media devices, magazines and books as well as personalised print campaigns. Computer Graphic Imaging and Visual Effects In this major students receive an introduction to the field of visual effects and 3D computer animation for television and cinema. Students are taught the practical and theoretical aspects of the movie and TV making process so they understand where computer generated imagery fits in to the workflow of a production Please note: majors are not available with double degrees. Potential careers Graduates have found successful careers in numerous roles. Work placement All Bachelor of Media students have the opportunity to take part in a Media Industry Placement as an elective toward their degree. It is highly recommended for those who wish to enter the industry directly after completion of their undergraduate degree. The placement allows students to gain work experience, and contribute toward a host organisation project. Students should negotiate their own placements with organisations of their choice, after discussion with the Head of Discipline. Proposed projects require sign-off by the Media Industry Placement Convenor and Head of School. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that the Media Industry Placement does not clash with their other courses. Students may elect to do the Placement during vacation time if staff are available to supervise them, and the host organisation and the University agree on a mutually acceptable time frame. Honours Graduates are encouraged to further their studies by doing an honours year or a Master of Philosophy. This involves undertaking advanced coursework and completing a research component (thesis) on a chosen topic in consultation with an academic supervisor. Honours programs provide a pathway to professional employment or research and further learning. For further information visit study and select Honours Students from the menu. Bachelor of Media - Journalism major Indicative study plan Year 1 Introduction to Media: Digital Revolutions Story/Technology: Writing Techniques Digital Platforms Level I Level I Broadcast: Television and Radio The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement Level I Year 2 Year 3 Media Theory Media Policy and Media Law Reporting: Principles and Practice Journalism closed elective Media Research Methods Media closed elective Writing for News Media Journalism closed elective Professional Practice Media closed elective Reporting Across Digital Media Platforms Journalism closed elective Media closed elective Media closed elective Transforming Journalism: Advanced Reporting Workshop For further information visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then Undergraduate page. 14 Arts

17 Bachelor of Media - Marketing major Indicative study plan Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Digital Platforms Story/Technology: Writing Techniques Introduction to Marketing I Level I Introduction to Media: Digital Revolutions Broadcast: Television and Radio The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement Level I Media Theory Media Policy and Media Law Consumer Behaviour II Two from: Media Research Methods Media closed elective course > > Organisational Behaviour II > > Organisational Dynamics II > > Small and Family Business Perspectives II > > International Business II Professional Practice Media closed elective Marketing Strategy and Project III Two from: Media closed elective Media closed elective Market Research III > > Marketing Communications III > > International Marketing III > > Services Marketing III > > Management of Brands III Please note: a maximum of 24 units of elective courses may be taken from faculties other than Faculty of Arts. For further information visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then Undergraduate page. Bachelor of Media - Media Production majors Indicative study plan Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Introduction to Media: Digital Revolutions Digital Platforms Media Production major Media Production major Story/Technology: Writing Techniques Broadcast: Television and Radio Level I The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement Media Theory Media Policy and Media Law Media Production major Media Production major Media Research Methods Media closed elective Media Production major Media Production major Professional Practice Media closed elective Media closed elective Media closed elective Media Production major Media Production major Please note: A maximum of 24 units of elective courses may be taken from faculties other than Faculty of Arts. For further information visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then Undergraduate page. Double degree Combined and double degree programs provide students with the flexibility to combine two areas of study concurrently. Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts media + arts Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of International Studies media + international Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media media + laws SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ SATAC Code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 For more information please refer to the Bachelor of Laws on Degree Finder: degree-finder Arts 15

18 Bachelor of Social Sciences social SATAC Code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ Why study the Bachelor of Social Sciences? Students in the Bachelor of Social Sciences are involved in investigating, analysing and interpreting the major social justice challenges we face in an increasingly globalised world. Challenges including homelessness and youth homelessness; closing the gap between Indigenous and non- Indigenous Australians with regard to health, education and employment; gender inequity in the workplace; children living in poverty; the impact on communities due to the decline of manufacturing; and uneven education provision. This degree will appeal to high school applicants who are currently enjoying humanities subjects such as Society and Culture or Women s Studies, as well as appealing to general applicants who are interested in taking a critical look at our world. From a social justice standpoint, students learn to recognise differing needs in society and develop a range of methods to understand and respond to the critical problems and public issues. Students also build valuable qualitative and quantitative research skills and have the opportunity to design their own independent research projects. Graduates work in careers in social planning, government policy making, market research, media and public relations, aid development organisations, environmental agencies and the health sector. This degree is relevant and marketable for future employment in public, private and non-government organisations in Australia and overseas. How do we know this? Because being social scientists, we identified a number of key stakeholders across industries and asked them about the key capabilities their organisations need. Their views and feedback have been reflected and built into the program structure. Bachelor of Social Sciences at the University of Adelaide: changing minds, changing lives, changing the world. Program structure This program mixes core learning in a broad range of relevant areas with practical research investigation. Students are introduced to methods and tools to design and conduct social research and develop approaches to analyse findings and advocate change. In the final year, students can apply for a meritbased internship that gives direct access to possible future employers with a social justice focus and the opportunity to work on a research project together. Or, students may choose to strengthen their knowledge in social sciences methodologies to build more expertise in this area. Potential careers Graduates work in careers in social planning, government policy making, market research, media and public relations, aid development organisations, environmental agencies and the health sector. Work placement A valuable option for third year is to take part in an internship with an organisation from within the arts, media, parliament or environment. These include state parliament and a range of public and business sector agencies, allowing students to use the knowledge from their university study in a practical work environment, build valuable networks and gain experience that counts towards their degree program and prepares them for their future career. Honours Graduates are encouraged to further their studies by doing an honours year or a Master of Philosophy. This involves undertaking advanced coursework and completing a research component (thesis) on a chosen topic in consultation with an academic supervisor. Honours programs provide a pathway to professional employment or research and further learning. For further information visit study and select Honours Students from the menu. Study abroad and exchange opportunities The University has student exchange links with over 100 overseas institutions. You can study overseas for one or two semesters which count as credit towards your degree program at the University of Adelaide. There are no extra tuition fees for this study. This provides a way to enhance your intercultural competencies or use your newly developed language skills as you learn. Indicative study plan Year 1 Globalisation, Justice and a Crowded Planet Introduction to Australian Politics Level I Social Sciences closed elective Social Sciences in Australia Level I elective The Enquiring Mind: Arts of Engagement Level I elective Level I elective Year 2 Politics, Policy and Citizenship Social Science Techniques Social Research: Working Skills for Social Sciences open elective open elective Social Theory in Action elective elective Year 3 Applied Population Analysis Social Research Advanced: Real World Practice Arts internship or Two advanced level Social Sciences closed electives elective elective elective elective Please note: a maximum of 24 units of elective courses may be taken from faculties other than Faculty of Arts. For further information visit arts.adelaide.edu.au and use the menu to browse to Current Students, then Undergraduate page. 16 Arts

19 Double degree Combined and double degree programs provide students with the flexibility to combine two areas of study concurrently. Bachelor of Social Sciences with Bachelor of Health Sciences social + health Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Social Sciences social + laws SATAC Code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 69.4 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: Completed Certificate IV+ SATAC Code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: International cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 For more information please refer to the Bachelor of Laws on Degree Finder: degree-finder Arts 17

20 Teaching The Bachelor of Teaching double degree prepares students for teaching in secondary schools. The double degree enables students to pursue other interests while studying education. Disciplines are available in many fields including: accounting, business studies, economics, English, geography, history, information technology, languages, science and English as a second language (ESL). Bachelor of Teaching students are also able to study a combination of science, maths and information technology (IT) subjects not offered at other local institutions. Teachers with a focus in these areas are currently in demand within the profession. The University of Adelaide is an innovative, research intensive university. Consequently, there is a strong connection between research and discovery and the teaching curricula. Courses are informed by the latest research findings and knowledge, meaning degrees and the topics studied are at the cutting-edge and relevant. Teaching placements In the second semester of their first year, Teaching students participate in an observation placement in a local primary school. This provides professional experience working with school students, teachers and a school community. In the third year, students are placed in country secondary schools for one week to gain valuable experience and build on the theoretical knowledge they have acquired. In the fourth year of the degree, students participate in two professional placements in secondary schools in metropolitan and country South Australia. These placements provide handson experience in the subject area of a student s degree. Students in fourth year may also elect to participate in the internship program that is held in association with a number of Adelaide schools. Upon graduation, students can register to work as teachers in South Australia and in popular overseas locations such as Hong Kong, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States. University of Adelaide teaching graduates are highly sought after by local schools that are keen to employ new graduates each year. University of Adelaide teaching graduates have the potential to become leading educators in South Australia and beyond. More about placements Throughout the teaching degree, there are a number of professional experience opportunities. These include the country secondary school placement and internship placements with partner schools. The country secondary school placement is undertaken in year three of the degree. Students are asked to make a contribution towards the cost for this placement. In the final year, students undertake two professional experience placements (in a participating school) as their internship placements. Opportunities exist with some of Adelaide s bestknown schools. These schools are dedicated to providing teaching students with mentoring, knowledge development and hands-on teaching practise. To participate in the internship program students are asked to apply to the partnering school via the University s School of Education. Places are limited and highly sought after. Working with minors All students enrolled in teaching degrees will be required to obtain a child-related employment screening certificate. Without a current certificate, students cannot participate in professional experience placements at levels 1, 3 and 4, which are core components of the teaching degrees. Further information regarding the clearance certificate can be found by visiting the School of Education s website. Students will also be required to complete an approved Responding to Abuse and Neglect course. Details will be supplied upon enrolment. Student study commitment To successfully complete courses, students will need to allocate an appropriate time commitment to their study. In addition to the formal contact time required for each course (e.g. lectures, tutorials, teaching practicums) students will need to allocate non-contact time. Non-contact time will be required for a range of activities, which may include, but are not limited to: assessment tasks, reading, researching, note-taking, revising, writing, consulting with staff, and informal and formal discussion with other students. While the relative proportion of contact and noncontact time may vary from course to course, as a guide, a full-time student would expect to spend, on average, a total of 48 hours per week on their studies during teaching periods. The workload for undergraduate programs is eight courses per year (full-time). The workload for undergraduate programs is 24 units per year (full-time). 18 Arts

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