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					                                                 FACULTY OF ARTS

UNDERGRADUATE
                                             Diploma in Languages - R2A ( DipLangs )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 2yrs, Maximum 3 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
This course is offered by the Faculty of Arts and is available at Hobart and Launceston, and may be undertaken part time over two years or a
maximum of three consecutive years.
In cases where study has been interrupted by illness or other unavoidable cause the Faculty may allow additional time in which to complete
the course.
The languages available are Chinese, French, German, Indonesian and Japanese at Hobart, and Chinese and Indonesian at Launceston. For
an outline of units available, turn to the Bachelor of Arts Schedule of units. Units at level 200/300 will be found listed under the entry for the
relevant language.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the DipLangs in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants must have passed the first year at university level in the language in which they wish to study or be deemed by the Head of
School, Asian Languages and Studies or English, Journalism and European Languages to have reached an equivalent level of proficiency, eg
TCE French or Indonesian Stage 5C (HA).

Objectives
The course is intended to provide candidates with or without a degree the opportunity to improve their language competency. Candidates
who have completed the Diploma will normally gain a level of competence in their chosen language equivalent to that of a candidate who
has studied the language as a major for the Bachelor of Arts degree.

Articulation From Course
Students who hold an award from this University or another approved institution may be permitted by the Faculty to count units from the
former award towards the Diploma.

Articulation To Course
Students who graduate with a Diploma in Languages and wish to enter the Bachelor of Arts will be granted a total of 50% credit towards the
BA, comprising 37.5% Group 2 and 12.5% Group 3. Students will be granted full credit towards the BA degree for subjects studies in an
incomplete Diploma in Languages. Students who transfer to the BA from the DipLang and receive full credit cannot graduate with the
DipLang.


Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the DipLangs in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Candidates for the Diploma are required to study units in a single language with a weighting of not less than 37.5% at level 200 and not less
than 50% at level 300 (a total of 100% HECS weighting). Refer to the discipline entries for French, German, Chinese, Indonesian, or
Japanese for further information.


                                       Diploma of Fine Art and Design - F2F ( DipFAD )
Campus(es) Offered: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 2yrs, Maximum 4 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): (03) 6324 4400

Introduction
This on-campus 2-year (minimum) full-time course is offered by the Faculty of Arts through the School of Visual and Performing Arts at
Launceston. Part-time study is also available.

These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the DipFAD in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the

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applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of recent art work (which may include slides, photographs or video) and to attend an interview.
Applicants who are unable to attend an interview should provide a brief statement outlining their interest in the course and include any
relevant qualifications or experience. Normally applicants should have successfully completed year 12 in an Australian school system.
A person who possesses such other qualifications and experience deemed by the Faculty to provide an adequate preparation for study may
apply for entry to the course.

Objectives
The course aims to provide students with:

       a para-professional qualification of high standard;
       a comprehensive course which articulates with the visual art streams of the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts;
       awareness and experience of recent technological developments in the visual arts;
       the necessary communication skills and flexibility to interact with the wider community;
       appropriate support studies to assist students in the development of high level visual art skills;
       the opportunity for students to gain a working knowledge of the academic, cultural, critical and technical language relevant to the
       visual arts.

Articulation To Course
Students who have been awarded the DipFAD will, upon successfully applying for admission to the F3JBachelor of Contemporary Arts, be
credited with one-third of the BCA degree. Students who have not completed Art Theory as part of the DipFAD will be required to complete
the compulsory level 100 Art Theory units within the BCA.


Course Structure
These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the DipFAD in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Schedules
Schedule of Units


Level 100
   Unit                   Title              Weight    Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
 FFD181 Drawing 1A                           12.5%       L               L
 FFD182 Drawing 1B                           12.5%       L               L
and one of the following pairs of units:
 FFC183 Ceramics 1A                          37.5%       L               L
 FFC184 Ceramics 1B                          37.5%       L               L
 FFP183 Painting 1A                          37.5%       L               L
 FFP184 Painting 1B                          37.5%       L               L
 FFR183 Printmedia 1A                        37.5%       L               L
 FFR184 Printmedia 1B                        37.5%       L               L
 FFS183 Sculpture 1A                         37.5%       L               L
 FFS184 Sculpture 1B                         37.5%       L               L
 FFX183 Textiles 1A                          37.5%       L               L
 FFX184 Textiles 1B                          37.5%       L               L


Level 200 [a]
Either (FFD281 and FFD282) or (FFA102 and FFA138)
   Unit                   Title              Weight    Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
 FFD281 Drawing 2A                           12.5%       L               L
 FFD282 Drawing 2B                           12.5%       L               L
 FFA102 Introduction to Cultural Practices   12.5%       L
        Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                12.5%                             L
        and Design
and one of the following pairs of units:
 FFC283 Ceramics 2A                          37.5%       L               L
 FFC284 Ceramics 2B                          37.5%       L               L


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   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1            Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring          Summer           Winter
 FFP283 Painting 2A                         37.5%         L                L
 FFP284 Painting 2B                         37.5%         L                L
 FFR283 Printmedia 2A                       37.5%         L                L
 FFR284 Printmedia 2B                       37.5%         L                L
 FFS283 Sculpture 2A                        37.5%         L                L
 FFS284 Sculpture 2B                        37.5%         L                L
 FFX283 Textiles 2A                         37.5%         L                L
 FFX284 Textiles 2B                         37.5%         L                L
[a]
The prerequisite for all level 200 units is the corresponding level 100 unit.
Part-time students please note:
Students enrolling in the DipFAD part time enrol in one Drawing or Art Theory unit each year and a corresponding part-time major unit.
Level 100 part-time codes end in 185, 186, 187 and 188; level 200 part-time codes end in 285, 286, 287 and 288. Thus Ceramics 1A (part
time) would be FFC185 and FFC186; Ceramics 1B would be FFC187 and 188.



                                                   Diploma of Music - F2K ( DipMus )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 2yrs, Maximum 4 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): (03) 6226 7314

Introduction
This award is currently in teach-out mode. The last intake into the DipMus was semester 1 2005. This on-campus 2-year (minimum) full-
time course is offered by the Faculty of Arts through the Conservatorium of Music at Hobart. Mid-year entry and part-time study are also
available. At the end of 2001 there were some changes to the schedule for the Diploma of Music. Enquiries from continuing students should
be directed to the above contact numbers or to the Faculty Office on (03) 6324 3624.

Admission & Prerequisites
All applicants are required to attend an audition and interview (where practicable) and to undertake a theory and aural test. Overseas and
interstate applicants may submit a certified audio or video tape of recent performances and/or compositions. Instrumental and vocal
applicants should prepare a program comprising three works of contrasting style and/or period; some technical work may also be required.
Composition applicants should present a folio of at least three compositions.
A person who possesses such other qualifications and professional experience deemed by the Faculty to provide an adequate preparation for
study, equivalent to that provided for by the above prescriptions, may however be admitted to the course.

Objectives
The course aims to provide students with:

       a quality terminal diploma for non-professionals;
       broad academic skills in music history and theory;
       complete preparatory music training for the BMus.

Articulation To Course
Students who complete this course satisfactorily will be granted credit for the first year of the Bachelor of Music if they are successful in
their application for entry into the Bachelor of Music degree course.


Course Structure
This award is currently in teach-out mode. The last intake into the DipMus was semester 1 2005.

Schedules
Schedule A -- Diploma of Music (F2K)


Year 1
   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1            Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring          Summer           Winter
 FCP110 Foundation Practical Study           25%          H                H
 FCP120 Advanced Practical Study             25%          H                H
 FCG120 Foundation Theory                   12.5%                          H
 FCX110 Classic Tracks: Music on Record     12.5%         H


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   Unit                   Title      Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2      Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Plus 2 x 12.5% electives [a]


Year 2
   Unit                   Title      Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2      Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                 12.5%     H
 FCG110 Foundation Musicianship      12.5%             H
 FCT220 Advanced Theory              12.5%             H
Plus either FCC120 or FCN120
           Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                              12.5%     H
           (Classical)
           Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                              12.5%     H
           (Contemporary)
Major Studies
Choose one of the following pairs:
 FCM110 Orchestral Instruments 1A    12.5%     H       H
 FCM120 Orchestral Instruments 1B    12.5%     H       H


 FCM111 Keyboard 1A                  12.5%     H       H
 FCM121 Keyboard 1B                  12.5%     H       H


 FCM112 Guitar 1A                    12.5%     H       H
 FCM122 Guitar 1B                    12.5%     H       H


 FCM113 Voice 1A                     12.5%     H       H
 FCM123 Voice 1B                     12.5%     H       H


 FCM114 Composition 1A               12.5%     H       H
 FCM124 Composition 1B               12.5%     H       H


 Ensemble Class
Choose two of the following [b]
 FCE210 Orchestra A                  12.5%     H       H                     H
 FCE211 Accompaniment A              12.5%     H       H
 FCE215 Contemporary Ensemble A      12.5%     H       H
 FCE216 Gospel Choir A               12.5%     H       H
 FCE220 Orchestra B                  12.5%     H       H                     H
 FCE221 Accompaniment B              12.5%     H       H


 FCE225 Contemporary Ensemble B      12.5%     H       H
 FCE226 Gospel Choir B               12.5%     H       H


Semester 2 Entry - Year 1

Semester 2
   Unit                   Title      Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2      Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCP110 Foundation Practical Study    25%      H       H
 FCG120 Foundation Theory            12.5%             H
Plus 1 x 12.5% elective [a]


Year 2




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Semester 1
   Unit                  Title                Weight   Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 FCG110 Foundation Musicianship               12.5%                     H
 FCP120 Advanced Practical Study               25%       H              H
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                          12.5%      H


Semester 2
   Unit                  Title                Weight   Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 FCT220 Advanced Theory                       12.5%                     H
Plus either FCC120 or *FCN120
            Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                                       12.5%      H
            (Classical)
            Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                                       12.5%      H
            (Contemporary)
Major Studies Choose one of the following:
 FCM110 Orchestral Instruments 1A             12.5%      H              H
 FCM111 Keyboard 1A                           12.5%      H              H
 FCM112 Guitar 1A                             12.5%      H              H
 FCM113 Voice 1A                              12.5%      H              H
 FCM114 Composition 1A                        12.5%      H              H
Ensemble Class Choose one of the following:
 FCE220 Orchestra B                           12.5%      H              H                               H
 FCE221 Accompaniment B                       12.5%      H              H
 FCE225 Contemporary Ensemble B               12.5%      H              H
 FCE226 Gospel Choir B                        12.5%      H              H


Year 3

Semester 1
   Unit                  Title                Weight   Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 FCX110 Classic Tracks: Music on Record       12.5%      H
 FCX210 Classic Tracks: Music on Record       12.5%      H
Major Studies Choose one of the following:
 FCM120 Orchestral Instruments 1B             12.5%      H              H
 FCM121 Keyboard 1B                           12.5%      H              H
 FCM122 Guitar 1B                             12.5%      H              H
 FCM123 Voice 1B                              12.5%      H              H
 FCM124 Composition 1B                        12.5%      H              H
Ensemble Class Choose one of the following:
 FCE210 Orchestra A                           12.5%      H              H                               H
 FCE211 Accompaniment A                       12.5%      H              H
 FCE215 Contemporary Ensemble A               12.5%      H              H
 FCE216 Gospel Choir A                        12.5%      H              H
Plus 1 x 12.5% elective [a]
 a.    Students choose from the list of electives (including additional ensembles) or may take any 12.5% unit with the University subject to
       approval by the appropriate school. Composition students are required to complete FCB118 as one of their electives; Voice students
       are required to complete FCB117 as one of their electives. Contemporary students are required to complete FCF110 as one of their
       electives.
        [b]
       Students normally take Ensemble A and B but, subject to approval, may take two Ensemble A units from the list.


Electives
   Unit                  Title                Weight   Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                      12.5%      H              H
 FCB111 Audio Design                          12.5%      H


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   Unit                   Title                 Weight      Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr        Spring   Summer           Winter
 FCB112 History of Jazz                         12.5%         H
 FCB212 History of Jazz                         12.5%         H
 FCB122 World Music                             12.5%                          H
 FCB222 World Music                             12.5%                          H
 FCB113 Music Teaching and Learning             12.5%                          H
 FCB116 Rock Revolution                         12.5%                          H
 FCB216 Rock Revolution                         12.5%                          H
 FCB117 Diction                                 12.5%         H
 FCB217 Diction                                 12.5%         H
 FCB118 Music Typesetting                       12.5%         H
 FCB218 Music Typesetting                       12.5%         H
Plus any ensemble unit.


Substitute units
Students who transferred in 2002 from the old DipMus (F2M) to the new DipMus (F2K) should refer to the following table as a guide to
appropriate substitute units for units failed under the F2M diploma structure.

 Year 1

Old unit                          New unit(s)

FCL180                            FCD110

FCG180                            FCG110 and FCG120

FCP180                            FCP110 and FCP120

FCE180                            appropriate Ensemble Class A

 Year 2

Old unit                          New unit(s)

FCT100                            FCT110

FCY100                            FCM110 and FCM120

FCY150                            appropriate Ensemble Class B

FCE100                            appropriate Ensemble Class B

FCL100                            FCC120 OR FCN120

FCP100                            any elective unit

Any Complementary Study           any elective (contemporary students take FCF110 if not previously taken)



                                           Associate Degree in Arts - R2B ( AssocDegArts )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart: Launceston: Cradle Coast: 150% of the 200% required can be taken at the CCC. Remaining units studied
by distance/flexible delivery with additional 1/hr p/week of tutorial assistance.
Course Duration: Minimum 2yrs, Maximum 6 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the AssocDegArts in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
The program offers an alternative method of entry for applicants who do not meet the standard admission requirements. It prepares students
for entry to further undergraduate degrees in the Arts Faculty of the University of Tasmania. Specific units from the foundation component
of the Associate Degree may be taken by students seeking admission to degree programs with specific admission pre-requisites.

Objectives
The course aims to meet the needs of students who may have a limited background in arts, and in academic studies in general, by:
       providing an introductory unit in academic literacies, titled 'Thinking and Writing at University', as well as more advanced units on

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       'Computer Applications' and 'Critical Thinking';
       providing opportunities to acquire knowledge, attitudes and skills in a range of disciplines;
       providing graduates with core knowledge in at least two arts disciplines; and
       developing academic and scientific skills to allow students to articulate with confidence into a Bachelors Degree for further in-depth
       study.

Articulation To Course
On successful completion of foundation units students may apply for their enrolment to be transferred to a Bachelor degree. With the
exception of 'Thinking and Writing at the University', credit can be given for the units into a Bachelor degree. Students articulating into the
Bachelor of Arts degree will be able to receive up to 200% of credit and - given the appropriate selection that satisfies the requirements of
two majors - will be able to satisfy the Years 1 and 2 core requirements of the BA specifications. The Associate Degree will also provide an
exit point for those students not wishing to take out the BA degree.


Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the AssocDegArts in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

To qualify for the Associate Degree in Arts, students must successfully complete 200% in:
       Foundation Level Units - students either select 0 - 37.5% of foundation units or enrolment in foundation unit(s) may bea condition of
       offer to the degree and students will be advised which unit(s) to enrol in from:
       HFE100 - Thinking and Writing at the University (12.5%)
       KXA153 Computer Applications (12.5%), and
       HPA103 Critical Thinking (12.5%)
       A minimum of 150% of units from the Schedule, at least 50% of which will come from Level 200 (Second year units). To maximise
       the potential for articulation, students will be required to include 25% of first year units in one discipline to provide the basis for a
       major.
       Students will have a free choice of up to 50% of units from anywhere in the University in place of Foundation Level Units.

Schedules
Foundation Units
Students choose up to 37.5 % of units from this group
   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1            Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring          Summer           Winter
        Thinking and Writing at
 HFE100                                     12.5%       H,L,W           H,L,W
        University
 KXA153 Computer Applications               12.5%       H,L,W
                                                                            H
 HPA103 Critical Thinking                   12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                          I,N)


Group 1 Units
   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1            Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring          Summer           Winter
                                                                          H,L
          Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB102                                     12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
          Australia
                                                                          I,N)
                                                        H,L
 HAB103 Historical Indigenous Australia     12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                           H
                                                        I,N)
        Ancient Civilisations 1B:
 HTC101 Introduction to Classical           12.5%                          H
        Literature
          Ancient Civilisations 1A:
 HTC102                                     12.5%         H
          Introduction to Ancient History
 HTG101 Ancient Greek 1A                    12.5%     External(H)
 HTG102 Ancient Greek 1B                    12.5%                     External(H)
HMA101 Asia: Enduring Traditions            12.5%        H,L
HMA102 Asia: Transformation and Change 12.5%                              H,L
       Asian Languages and Cultures
HMA120                                      12.5%
       (Japanese)
          Asian Languages and Cultures
HMA121                                      12.5%                         H,L
          (Chinese)
          Asian Languages and Cultures
HMA122                                      12.5%
          (Indonesian)
HMC101 Chinese 1A                           12.5%        H,L


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  Unit                  Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
HMC102 Chinese 1B                         12.5%                           H,L
                                                                     External(H,L,W,
HEA101 Australian Literature              12.5%
                                                                           I,N)
                                                   External(H,L,W,
HEA102 English Literature                 12.5%
                                                         I,N)
HEA103 English 1A                         12.5%         H,L
HEA104 English 1B                         12.5%                           H,L
HAF101 Gender, Power and Change           12.5%          H
HAF102 The Representation of Gender       12.5%                            H
KGA121 Population and Urbanisation        12.5%         L,W
KGA122 The Physical Environment           12.5%                           L,W
HEG101 German 1A                          12.5%         H,L
HEG102 German 1B                          12.5%                           H,L
                                                    H,L,W                                                         H
HTA101 History 1A                         12.5% External(H,L,W,                                           External(H,L,W,
                                                      I,N)                                                      I,N)
                                                                         H,L,W
          History 1B: Age of Revolution
HTA102                                    12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
          and Empire c. 1780-1820
                                                                           I,N)
          History 1C: The Modern World
HTA107                                    12.5%                            H
          in Australia to 1860
HMN101 Introductory Indonesian A          12.5%         H,L
HMN102 Introductory Indonesian B          12.5%                           H,L
HMJ101 Beginners Japanese 1A              12.5%          H
HMJ102 Beginners Japanese 1B              12.5%                            H
 HEJ101 Introduction to Journalism        12.5%          H
 HEJ102 Introduction to Media Studies     12.5%                            H
HTL101 Latin 1A                           12.5%          H
HTL102 Latin 1B                           12.5%                            H
HPA101 Philosophy 1A                      12.5%          H                                                      H
HPA102 Philosophy 1B                      12.5%                            H
                                                        L
HPA181 The Good Life                      12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                      I,N)
                                                                             L
          Introduction to General
HPA182                                    12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
          Philosophy
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                             H
HPA103 Critical Thinking                  12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
                                                      H,L
                                                                                                          External(H,L,W,
HSG101 Introduction to Government A       12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                I,N)
                                                      I,N)
                                                                           H,L
                                                                                                                            External(H,L,W,
HSG102 Introduction to Government B       12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                  I,N)
                                                                           I,N)
                                                    H,L,W
KHA101 Psychology 1A                      12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                 H
                                                      I,N)
                                                                         H,L,W
KHA102 Psychology 1B                      12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
                                                      H,L
                                                                                                          External(H,L,W,
HSG101 Introduction to Government A       12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                I,N)
                                                      I,N)
                                                                           H,L
                                                                                                                            External(H,L,W,
HSG102 Introduction to Government B       12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                  I,N)
                                                                           I,N)
                                                    H,L,W
HGA101 Sociology A                        12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                 H
                                                      I,N)
                                                                         H,L,W                                   L
HGA102 Sociology B                        12.5%
                                                                     External(H,L,W,                      External(H,L,W,


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   Unit                 Title                Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2          Full Yr    Spring   Summer   Winter
                                                                   I,N)                               I,N)
          Introduction to Art and Design
 FST101                                      12.5%     H
          Theory 1A
          Introduction to Art and Design
 FST102                                      12.5%                  H
          Theory 1B
 FCB112 History of Jazz                      12.5%     H
 FCX110 Classic Tracks: Music on Record      12.5%     H
 FCB122 World Music                          12.5%                  H
 FCB116 Rock Revolution                      12.5%                  H
 FCG110 Foundation Musicianship              12.5%                  H
 FCG120 Foundation Theory                    12.5%                  H
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                     12.5%     H            H
 FFA102 Introduction to Cultural Practices   12.5%     L
          Background to Contemporary
 FFA108                                      12.5%                  L
          Music
          Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                  12.5%                      L
          and Design
 FFA170 Background to Western Theatre        12.5%                  L


Group 2 Units
Any Group 2 units from the BA Schedule for which the student has the prerequisites AND/OR
   Unit                 Title                Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2          Full Yr    Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)      12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)           12.5%     H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)        12.5%                  H
 FCB212 History of Jazz                      12.5%     H
 FCX210 Classic Tracks: Music on Record      12.5%     H
 FCB222 World Music                          12.5%                  H
 FCB216 Rock Revolution                      12.5%                  H
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                         12.5%     H
        Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                                      12.5%     H
        (Classical)
          Intermediate Core Studies
 FCC210                                      12.5%                  H
          (Classical)
          Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                                      12.5%     H
          (Contemporary)
          Intermediate Core Studies
 FCN210                                      12.5%                  H
          (Contemporary)
 FCB118 Music Typesetting                    12.5%     H
 FCB218 Music Typesetting                    12.5%     H
 FST200 Art and Design Theory 2/3            12.5%     H
        Australian Art of the 1970s -
 FST201                                      12.5%     H
        2000
          Postmodernism and Visual
 FST203                                      12.5%     H
          Culture
 FST205 Picturing the Wilderness             12.5%                                                     H
 FST206 Contemporary Craft and Design        12.5%                  H
 FST207 Fashioning the Body                  12.5%
 FST211 Surrealist Art Between the Wars      12.5%
        Contemporary Art of the Asia-
 FST213                                      12.5%                  H                         H
        Pacific Region
 FST214 Imaging the Body                     12.5%
        Electronic Media and the Visual
 FST215                                      12.5%                  H
        Arts
          Professional Practice (Writing
 FST216                                      12.5%                  H
          Skills)
          Professional Practice (Business
 FST217                                      12.5%     H
          Skills)
 FFA210 History of Jazz & Rock A             12.5%     L


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   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
 FFA211 History of Jazz & Rock B            12.5%                          L
 FFA233 Professional Practice               12.5%                          L
 FFA234 Gallery Studies                     12.5%                                                                                           L
 FFA237 Australia, Art and Design           12.5%          L
 FFA251 Romance and Realism                 12.5%
        The Avant-Garde and the
 FFA252                                     12.5%
        Necessity of the New
 FPB260 Talking the Talk: Social Speech     12.5%
 FPB252 Professional Presentation Skills    12.5%                          L



                                       Associate Degree in Design - F2R ( AssocDegDes )
Campus(es) Offered: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 2yrs, Maximum 6 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants will normally be expected to have satisfied the University's admission requirements. Applicants will attend an interview and
submit a portfolio of recent work to determine their suitability for the course. Those interstate applicants unable to attend an interview will
be phone interviewed. Their portfolios will be sent to the course selection committee in advance of the interview.

Articulation To Course
At the conclusion of the two years students who commenced with the Bachelor of Design Teaching and choose not to continue with the
Education component of the award may leave with an Associate Degree in Design. Students who have commenced with the Associate
Degree in Design can elect to change to the Bachelor of Design Teaching with full credit. Alternatively students may transfer into the
Bachelor of Contemporary Arts. Credit for appropriate units will be given.

Course Structure
Students will complete 200% of units as listed in the course schedules.

Schedules
Schedule A - Culinary Design Stream


Year 1
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
 FFA171 Nature and Principles of Design     12.5%          L
          Foundation Studio Design
 FFE101                                     12.5%          L
          Studies
 FFR107 Computer Imaging for Design         12.5%          L
 FFD107 Design Drawing                      12.5%          L
        Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                12.5%                               L
        and Design
 FFF100 Culinary Design 1                   12.5%                          L
 FFF103 Food and Lifestyle 1                12.5%                          L
plus 12.5% elective unit chosen from level 100 units listed in the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts schedule, or approved complementary
modules from TAFE, or units offered by other courses in the University

Year 2
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
 FFA244 The Culture of Design since 1950 12.5%
 FFF204 Food and Lifestyle 2                12.5%
 FFF200 Culinary Design 2A                  25%
 FFA237 Australia, Art and Design           12.5%          L
 FFF201 Culinary Design 2B                  25%
plus 12.5% elective unit chosen from level 200 units listed in the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts schedule, or approved complementary
modules from TAFE, or units offered by other courses in the University


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Schedule B - Materials & Technology Design Stream


Year 1
   Unit                Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring         Summer          Winter
 FFA171 Nature and Principles of Design    12.5%         L
          Foundation Studio Design
 FFE101                                    12.5%         L
          Studies
 FFR107 Computer Imaging for Design        12.5%         L
 FFD107 Design Drawing                     12.5%         L
        Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                12.5%                             L
        and Design
          Materials & Technology Design
 FFT102                                    12.5%                         L
          1
plus 25% elective units chosen from level 100 units listed in the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts schedule, or approved complementary
modules from TAFE, or units offered by other courses in the University

Year 2
   Unit                Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring         Summer          Winter
 FFA244 The Culture of Design since 1950 12.5%
          Introduction to Computer Aided
 FFT202                                    12.5%
          Design
          Materials & Technology Design
 FFT203                                     25%
          2A
 FFA237 Australia, Art and Design          12.5%         L
        Materials & Technology Design
 FFT204                                     25%
        2B
plus 12.5% elective units chosen from level 200 units listed in the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts schedule, or approved complementary
modules from TAFE, or units offered by other courses in the University



                                Associate Degree in Music Studies - F2Q ( AssocDegMusSt )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 2yrs, Maximum 6 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
The Associate Degree in Music Studies degree is for students who are interested in gaining a wide understanding of music and developing
knowledge, skills and techniques appropriate to employment in music related industries or other activities related to music or involving
broad knowledge of music.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the AssocDegMusSt in 2006. For students who commenced prior to
2006, the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2005 should refer to the 2005
Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Normal university entry requirements apply. Applicants are required to take appropriate diagnostic tests to determine their level of music
literacy.

Objectives
The course aims to provide students with the opportunity to gain a working knowledge of the academic, cultural, critical and technical
language of music. The structure of the degree provides students with a comprehensive choice of units allowing students to improve their
skills in broad areas of interest: solo and ensemble performance, composition, music history, musicianship and theory, audio design and
MIDI technology.

Articulation To Course
Students who complete the AssocDegMusSt may apply to articulate into the BMusSt. All units successfully completed in the
AssocDegMusSt could potentially be credited towards the BMusSt. NB: The Bachelor of Music Studies does have required units so, for
complete credit transfer from the Associate degree, unit choice would need to comply with the more structured schedule of the BMusSt.
Students who wish to specialise in performance or composition may, upon completion of the AssocDegMusSt apply for the BMus in their
area of specialization and, if accepted, have up to 100% credited towards the BMus, of units taken that also appear in the Bachelor of Music
schedule.



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Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the AssocDegMusSt in 2006. For students who commenced prior to
2006, the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2005 should refer to the 2005
Handbook.

AssocDegMusSt students will be required to complete units totalling 200% chosen from the unit offerings in the AssocDegMusSt schedules
and comprising:

175% music units, with a minimum of 75% being level 200/300

25% elective units may be chosen from any school within the University, subject to approval from the appropriate School

Schedules
Solo Performance/Composition Units
   Unit                 Title            Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer          Winter
 FCP110 Foundation Practical Study        25%          H               H
 FCP120 Advanced Practical Study          25%          H               H


Ensemble Units
   Unit                 Title            Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer          Winter
 FCE210 Orchestra A                      12.5%         H               H                              H
 FCE220 Orchestra B                      12.5%         H               H                              H
 FCE310 Orchestra C                      12.5%         H               H                              H
 FCE320 Orchestra D                      12.5%         H               H                              H
 FCE211 Accompaniment A                  12.5%         H               H
 FCE221 Accompaniment B                  12.5%         H               H
 FCE311 Accompaniment C                  12.5%         H               H
 FCE321 Accompaniment D                  12.5%         H               H
 FCE213 Vocal Ensemble A                 12.5%         H               H
 FCE223 Vocal Ensemble B                 12.5%         H               H
 FCE313 Vocal Ensemble C                 12.5%         H               H
 FCE323 Vocal Ensemble D                 12.5%         H               H
 FCE215 Contemporary Ensemble A          12.5%         H               H
 FCE225 Contemporary Ensemble B          12.5%         H               H
 FCE315 Contemporary Ensemble C          12.5%         H               H
 FCE325 Contemporary Ensemble D          12.5%         H               H
 FCE216 Gospel Choir A                   12.5%         H               H
 FCE226 Gospel Choir B                   12.5%         H               H
 FCE316 Gospel Choir C                   12.5%         H               H
 FCE326 Gospel Choir D                   12.5%         H               H
 FCE217 Chamber Music A                  12.5%         H               H                              H
 FCE227 Chamber Music B                  12.5%         H               H                              H
 FCE317 Chamber Music C                  12.5%         H               H                              H
 FCE327 Chamber Music D                  12.5%         H               H                              H
 FCE230 Ensemble Project 1A              6.25%         H
 FCE231 Ensemble Project 2A              6.25%                         H
 FCE232 Ensemble Project 1B              6.25%         H
 FCE233 Ensemble Project 2B              6.25%                         H


Musicianship Units
   Unit                 Title            Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer          Winter
 FCG110 Foundation Musicianship          12.5%                         H
          Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                                  12.5%         H
          (Classical)
          Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                                  12.5%         H
          (Contemporary)
          Intermediate Core Studies
 FCC210                                  12.5%                         H
          (Classical)


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   Unit                  Title            Weight      Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr        Spring         Summer   Winter
        Intermediate Core Studies
 FCN210                                   12.5%                        H
        (Contemporary)
          Advanced Core Studies
 FCC220                                   12.5%         H
          (Classical)
          Advanced Core Studies
 FCN220                                   12.5%         H
          (Contemporary)


Music History Units
   Unit                  Title            Weight      Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr        Spring         Summer   Winter
 FCX110 Classic Tracks: Music on Record   12.5%         H
 FCX210 Classic Tracks: Music on Record   12.5%         H
 FCB112 History of Jazz                   12.5%         H
 FCB212 History of Jazz                   12.5%         H
 FCB116 Rock Revolution                   12.5%                        H
 FCB216 Rock Revolution                   12.5%                        H
 FCB122 World Music                       12.5%                        H
 FCB222 World Music                       12.5%                        H
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)   12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)        12.5%         H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)     12.5%                        H
 FCH311 Studies in Musicology             12.5%         H
 FCH321 Music Research Seminar            12.5%                        H


Music Theory Units
   Unit                  Title            Weight      Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr        Spring         Summer   Winter
 FCG120 Foundation Theory                 12.5%                        H
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                      12.5%         H
 FCT220 Advanced Theory                   12.5%                        H
 FCT230 Form & Analysis                   12.5%         H
 FCT215 Introduction to Time Theory       12.5%         H


Audio/Technology Units
   Unit                  Title            Weight      Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr        Spring         Summer   Winter
 FCB118 Music Typesetting                 12.5%         H
 FCB218 Music Typesetting                 12.5%         H
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                  12.5%         H              H
 FCB111 Audio Design                      12.5%         H
 FCB121 Advanced Audio Design             12.5%                        H
 FCB314 MIDI & Digital Audio              12.5%         H
 FCB324 Advanced MIDI & Digital Audio     12.5%


Other Music Units
   Unit                  Title            Weight      Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr        Spring         Summer   Winter
 FCB140 Choral Experience                 12.5%         H
 FCB210 Rock Band Experience              12.5%                        H
        Orchestral Instruments
 FCB310                                   12.5%
        Experience
 FCB113 Music Teaching and Learning       12.5%                        H
 FCB117 Diction                           12.5%         H
 FCB217 Diction                           12.5%         H
 FCB215 Complementary Study               12.5%         H              H                               H
 FCB311 Orchestration                     12.5%                        H
 FCB312 Conducting                        12.5%         H
 FCC110 Professional Practice             12.5%
Students may take up to 25% of units within any School of the University, subject to approval from the appropriate School

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                                                   Bachelor of Arts - R3A ( BA )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart: Launceston: Cradle Coast:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 9 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
This 3-year (minimum) course is available at Hobart, Launceston and the Cradle Coast campus. Some units are also available externally by
distance education to Australian residents who are unable to attend classes on either the Hobart or Launceston campus or at the Cradle Coast
campus. Students may study full time or part time and have nine enrolment years, including the year of passing the first unit for the degree,
in which to complete course requirements. If students are studying by distance education their choice of units is limited and may be varied
from time to time. They should check the availability of units before planning their course. Entry to the course normally occurs in February,
but limited entry is also available in July.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants are expected to meet the normal requirements set by the University for entry to degree courses. There are also several categories
of special admission. No specific course or subject prerequisites apply.

Objectives
The Bachelor of Arts offers the opportunity for a liberal education. Students are able to exercise choice across a wide range of disciplines.
These include the humanities (Ancient Civilisations, Ancient Greek, Latin, English, History, Asian Languages, European Languages and
Philosophy) and the social sciences (Geography, International Relations, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy and Sociology) as well
as interdisciplinary studies (Aboriginal Studies, Asian Studies, European Studies, Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies, Social
Ecology, Gender Studies and Journalism, Media & Communications).
The program develops general abilities in the following areas:

       written expression
       linguistic skills
       creative self-expression
       capacity to analyse and interpret in a dispassionate and objective manner
       capacity for reasoned criticism
       data acquisition and analysis
       research techniques
       marshalling facts in support of arguments, and
       evaluating the possible outcomes of alternative courses of action, with the emphasis varying according to the particular program
       chosen.

In short, the program helps students to operate in a complex and rapidly changing world.

Career Outcomes
In Australia and around the world, employers are increasingly seeing graduates who can speak and write clearly; who are computer literate
and understand how to use technology; who know about other countries, cultures and societies; who can solve problems creatively; and who
have developed that flexibility of thought which technical and vocational training rarely encourages. Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts
degree find jobs in, for example: advertising, journalism, radio and television; the arts, heritage and museology; diplomacy, interpreting and
tourism; management, marketing and administration; politics, the public service, the police force and the armed forces; teaching, research
and publishing; psychology, counselling and community work.

Articulation To Course
 Articulation with other courses
Students who have completed a BA degree with sufficient merit are eligible to apply for entry to the Bachelor of Arts with Honours
(BA(Hons)) degree. Details on eligibility and how to apply are contained in the BA(Hons) section of the Handbook.
Students completing the Honours degree with sufficient merit are able to apply for entry to a research higher degree such as Master of Arts
(MA) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). Information on these courses is obtainable from the Office for Research and the Research Higher
Degrees Handbook. In addition, there are postgraduate diplomas and coursework master degrees. Information on these courses is included in
the Postgraduate section of this handbook.
After completing two full years of study in the BA degree, students can apply for entry to the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree
course. The BA study must include two years of units in both Sociology and Psychology. The BSW is taught on the Launceston campus
only. Interested students should consult the BSW entry included in the Handbook.
BA students may apply to transfer to the Bachelor of Social Science or Bachelor of Social Science (Police Studies) degree course. Interested
students should consult the relevant entries which follow in this section of the handbook.

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BA students wishing to pursue a teaching career must also complete the two year Bachelor of Teaching (BTeach) degree This is a
postgraduate qualification taken after graduating with a BA. The degree course is available on both the Launceston and Hobart campuses.
Information brochures are obtainable from Student Recruitment offices on both campuses and from the contact number for the BTeach
Students currently studying for a degree in another faculty are able to apply to transfer to the BA degree course and will receive some credit
for their previous successful study.

Miscellaneous Information

Credit for previous study
A person holding another award from this University or another approved institution may be permitted by the Faculty to count towards the
BA, units from the former award to a maximum of 100% (an unspecified major). Students need to apply for credit when applying for entry
to the BA. Credit is only considered for study completed twenty years ago or less. Units from courses offered by other Faculties of the
University may be included in the degree provided they do not exceed the permissible weighting (see course structure ).

Examples of credit awarded towards a BA:

 Course/Award                                                         Credit awarded                                                        Total

Completion of the Tasmania Police Recruitment course (TPRC)           25% Group 1A at level 100 plus 25% Group 2A at level 200 in the BA   50%

Completed TAFE diploma or associate diploma                           25% Group 1A level 100                                               25%

Registered nurses, hospital trained                                   25% Group 1A level 100                                               25%

Registered nurses, hospital trained and with further training, eg
                                                                      25% Group 1A level 100 and an additional 25% Group 2A level 200      50%
midwifery certificate

Completed three-year degree                                           25% Group 1A, 37.5% Group 2A, 37.5% Group 3A (a major)               100%


Changes to the BA Degree
Students who commenced their study before 2001 will complete their degree according to the Rules under which they commenced. These
are outlined in the Handbook for the relevant year and are listed in full in the University Calendar (available at the Library, Student
Administration, Faculty Offices).

Enrolment restrictions -- quotas
All prospective BA students, including those currently enrolled in other courses in the University, should be aware that admission to the
degree is subject to a quota and formal selection procedures.

Students who are presently enrolled in another degree program and wish to be enrolled in a BA program will need to apply for a place in the
course. Application forms are available from Student Administration, Hobart or Launceston.

Students should note that entry into certain units (e.g. visual arts) in particular schools is subject to quota restrictions and School approval is
required.

Further information will be available at formal enrolment sessions. Enquiries may be made to academic schools or the Faculty Office,
Hobart or Launceston, during the enrolment period.

Enrolment outside the BA schedule
Students who intend to enrol in subjects or units from another degree course as part of an Arts degree must comply with the subject or unit
prerequisites determined by that degree course. In all cases, specific prerequisites are listed in the relevant discipline entries. Restrictions
apply to the number of units which may be studied. These are: 25% at level 100 and 75% at levels 200/300 (a total of 100%) and are referred
to as Group A units.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

       Students normally complete a total of 300% (HECS weighting) of units made up of 100% first-year (level 100), 100% second-year
       (level 200) and 100% third-year (level 300). Students are permitted to take an additional 25% first-year (level 100) Group 1 units to
       count as second/third-year (levels 200/300) units towards the degree.
       Students must also take sufficient units to complete two majors within the 300% total. A major is defined as sequential studies in
       one discipline made up of 25% at level 100 and 75% at levels 200/300 (a minimum of 100%). At least 25% must be at level 300.
       Students may take one major (100%) from a discipline outside the BA schedule such as Fine Arts, Music, Management or
       Computing, with permission of the relevant head of school. This is made up of 25% at level 100 plus a maxiumum of 75% at levels
       200/300. Units taken from outside the BA schedule are referred to as Group A units.
       At level 100, students normally study four different subject areas - 4 x 25%. At level 200 and 300, students take sufficient units to

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         complete majors in two of the disciplines which they have studied at level 100. The remaining units to make up the 300% total can
         come from any of the other first-year subjects they have studied or more units towards the majors.
         Language students who enter the BA at level 200 in the language take only 75% of units at level 100 and take extra units at levels
         200/300 in the language to make up the total required for the major and for the 300% required for the degree.
         Full-time students normally take a 100% load each year to complete in the minimum time. Students who are working in addition to
         their study may take as little as 25% load in any one year, but should be mindful of the maximum time allowed for them to complete.
         Students take a minimum of three years and a maximum of nine years to complete the degree.

Notes:

         No unit can count twice as part of two different majors
         The maximum percentage in any one discipline which can be counted towards the degree is 150%
         At least 25% of units in a major must be at level 300
         At the end of year 1, students must declare their intended majors and confirm them at the end of year 2
         The maximum percentage at level 100 for any single discipline is 25%
         Students must complete 25% at level 100 before progressing to level 200 units in that discipline
         Permission for an overload (more than 50% in any semester) must be obtained from a sub-dean
         Units cannot count towards the degree if the content is the same as another unit studied previously.

The University Calendar has the full specifications for the degree. Students should remember that it is their responsibility to check that they
have met the requirements for the degree.

Typical courses

Example A
Year 1

(level 100)    History 1 (25%)                  French 2 (25%)                   German 1 (25%)        Government 1 (25%)    100%

Year 2

(level 200)    History 2 (37.5%)                French 3 (37.5%)                 German 2 (25%)                              100%

Year 3

(level 300)    History 3 (50%)                  French 3 (50%)                                                               100%

               History major 112.5% (100%       French major 112.5% (100%
                                                                                                                             Grand Total: 300%
               minimum)                         minimum)


Example B
Year 1

(level 100)    Ancient Civilisations 1 (25%) Philosophy 1 (25%)           Aboriginal Studies 1 (25%)     English 1 (25%)     100%

Year 2

(level 200)                                  Philosophy 2 (50%)           Aboriginal Studies 2 (37.5%)   English 2 (12.5%)   100%

Year 3

(level 300)                                  Philosophy 3 (50%)           Aboriginal Studies 3 (37.5%)   English 3 (12.5%)   100%

                                             Philosophy major 125%        Aboriginal Studies major
                                             (100% minimum)               100% (100% minimum)

                                                                                                                             Grand Total: 300%


Example C
Year 1

(level 100)    Psychology 1 (25%)               Japanese 1 (25%)     Indonesian 1 (25%)    Sociology 1 (25%)                 100%

Year 2

(level 200)    Psychology 2 (50%)                                                          Sociology 2 (50%)                 100%

Year 3

(level 300)    Psychology 3 (75%)                                                          Sociology 3 (50%)                 100%

               Psychology major 150% (100%                                                 Sociology major (100%
                                                                                                                             Grand Total: 300%
               minimum)                                                                    minimum)


The Schedule of units which follows lists by discipline all units taught in the BA. Students should also consult the discipline entries in the
Handbook to determine individual unit prerequisites plus the requirements for a major in the chosen discipline. Students intending to study a

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major in a discipline offered in another degree course (Groups 1A, 2A and 3A) eg Music, Management, Fine Arts, should consult the
discipline entry in the Handbook to check the unit and major requirements in the particular discipline.

Schedules

First-year units (Level 100, Group 1)
Faculty reserves the right to correct errors or inconsistencies, with or without notice, and to make changes to this schedule. However, Faculty
will endeavour to ensure that no student is disadvantaged by such changes.
i. students need to study at least 75% and no more than 125% units from Group 1;
ii. students may enrol in 25% of units outside the BA schedule at 100 level (referred to as Group 1A units);
iii. internal students may enrol in units offered by distance education.
At Level 100, students normally study four different subject areas (disciplines) - 2 x 25%. The maximum percentage at Level 100 for any
single discipline is 25%.
First-year units from within the BA schedule are referred to as Group 1 Level 100 units. The disciplines considered to be within the BA
schedule are listed below:

     •    Aboriginal Studies
     •    Ancient Civilisations
     •    Ancient Greek
     •    Asian Studies
     •    Behavioural Science
     •    Chinese
     •    English
     •    European Studies
     •    French
     •    Gender Studies
     •    Geography and Environmental Studies
     •    German
     •    History
     •    Indonesian
     •    International Relations
     •    Japanese
     •    Journalism, Media and Communications
     •    Latin
     •    Logic and Philosophy of Science
     •    Natural Environments and Wilderness Studies
     •    Philosophy
     •    Political Science
     •    Psychology
     •    Public Policy
     •    Social Ecology
     •    Sociology

All other disciplines are considered to be from outside the BA schedule and are referred to as Group A units. Restrictions apply to the
number of Group A units that can be counted towards the BA degree for graduation purposes. They are 25% at first-year level (Level 100,
Group 1A) and 75% at second/third-year levels (Level 200/300, Group 2A/3A). Examples of Group A disciplines are: Music, Fine Arts,
Visual & Performing Arts, Law, Management, Information Systems, Tourism etc.
(Unit) weight represents the proportion (%) of a normal full-time study load, and is used for calculating the services and amenities fee and
the Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) liability.



Aboriginal Studies
   Unit                Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
                                                                         H,L
          Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB102                                    12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
          Australia
                                                                         I,N)
                                                       H,L
 HAB103 Historical Indigenous Australia    12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                         H
                                                       I,N)




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Ancient Civilisations
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
        Ancient Civilisations 1A:
 HTC102                                   12.5%          H
        Introduction to Ancient History
        Ancient Civilisations 1B:
 HTC101 Introduction to Classical         12.5%                            H
        Literature


Ancient Greek
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 HTG101 Ancient Greek 1A                  12.5%      External(H)
 HTG102 Ancient Greek 1B                  12.5%                        External(H)


Asian Studies
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
HMA101 Asia: Enduring Traditions          12.5%         H,L
HMA102 Asia: Transformation and Change 12.5%                              H,L
       Asian Languages and Cultures
HMA120                                    12.5%
       (Japanese)
          Asian Languages and Cultures
HMA121                                    12.5%                           H,L
          (Chinese)
          Asian Languages and Cultures
HMA122                                    12.5%
          (Indonesian)


Behavioural Science
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
                                                    H,L,W
 KHA101 Psychology 1A                     12.5% External(H,L,W,                                             H
                                                      I,N)
                                                                         H,L,W
 KHA102 Psychology 1B                     12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)


Chinese
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
HMC101 Chinese 1A                         12.5%         H,L
HMC102 Chinese 1B                         12.5%                           H,L


English
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 HEA103 English 1A                        12.5%         H,L
 HEA104 English 1B                        12.5%                           H,L
                                                                     External(H,L,W,
 HEA101 Australian Literature             12.5%
                                                                           I,N)
                                                   External(H,L,W,
 HEA102 English Literature                12.5%
                                                         I,N)


French
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 HEF101 French 1A                         12.5%          H
 HEF102 French 1B                         12.5%                            H


Gender Studies
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 HAF101 Gender, Power and Change          12.5%          H
 HAF102 The Representation of Gender      12.5%                            H




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Geography and Environmental Studies
  Unit                  Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
KGA151 Global Geographies of Change 1       12.5%        H
       Sustaining Global Environments
KGA152                                      12.5%                         H
       1
           Global Geographies of Change
KGA161                                      12.5%        H
           1A
           Sustaining Global Environments
KGA162                                      12.5%                         H
           1A
KGA121 Population and Urbanisation          12.5%       L,W
KGA122 The Physical Environment             12.5%                        L,W


German
  Unit                  Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
 HEG101 German 1A                           12.5%       H,L
 HEG102 German 1B                           12.5%                        H,L


History
  Unit                  Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
                                                      H,L,W                                                      H
 HTA101 History 1A                          12.5% External(H,L,W,                                        External(H,L,W,
                                                        I,N)                                                   I,N)
                                                                        H,L,W
           History 1B: Age of Revolution
 HTA102                                     12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
           and Empire c. 1780-1820
                                                                          I,N)
           History 1C: The Modern World
 HTA107                                     12.5%                         H
           in Australia to 1860


Indonesian
  Unit                  Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
HMN101 Introductory Indonesian A            12.5%       H,L
HMN102 Introductory Indonesian B            12.5%                        H,L


International Relations
  Unit                  Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
                                                        H,L
                                                                                                         External(H,L,W,
 HSG101 Introduction to Government A        12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                               I,N)
                                                        I,N)
                                                                          H,L
                                                                                                                           External(H,L,W,
 HSG102 Introduction to Government B        12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                 I,N)
                                                                          I,N)


Japanese
  Unit                  Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
 HMJ101 Beginners Japanese 1A               12.5%        H
 HMJ102 Beginners Japanese 1B               12.5%                         H


Journalism, Media and Communications
  Unit                  Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
 HEJ101 Introduction to Journalism          12.5%        H
 HEJ102 Introduction to Media Studies       12.5%                         H


Latin
  Unit                  Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer             Winter
 HTL101 Latin 1A                            12.5%        H
 HTL102 Latin 1B                            12.5%                         H




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Philosophy/Logic and Philosophy of Science
   Unit                   Title                 Weight         Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr            Spring      Summer             Winter
                                                               L
 HPA181 The Good Life                            12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                             I,N)
                                                                                    L
           Introduction to General
 HPA182                                          12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
           Philosophy
                                                                                  I,N)
 HPA101 Philosophy 1A                            12.5%           H                                                                   H
 HPA102 Philosophy 1B                            12.5%                              H
                                                                                    H
 HPA103 Critical Thinking                        12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                  I,N)


Political Science
   Unit                   Title                 Weight         Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr            Spring      Summer             Winter
                                                             H,L
                                                                                                                               External(H,L,W,
 HSG101 Introduction to Government A             12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                     I,N)
                                                             I,N)
                                                                                  H,L
                                                                                                                                                 External(H,L,W,
 HSG102 Introduction to Government B             12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                                       I,N)
                                                                                  I,N)


Psychology
   Unit                   Title                 Weight         Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr            Spring      Summer             Winter
                                                           H,L,W
 KHA101 Psychology 1A                            12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                               H
                                                             I,N)
                                                                                H,L,W
 KHA102 Psychology 1B                            12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                  I,N)


Public Policy
   Unit                   Title                 Weight         Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr            Spring      Summer             Winter
                                                             H,L
                                                                                                                               External(H,L,W,
 HSG101 Introduction to Government A             12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                     I,N)
                                                             I,N)
                                                                                  H,L
                                                                                                                                                 External(H,L,W,
 HSG102 Introduction to Government B             12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                                       I,N)
                                                                                  I,N)


Social Ecology
(Social Ecology major is available to Hobart students only. It is currently in teach-out mode to Launceston with the last intake to the major
in 2004):
   Unit                   Title                 Weight         Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr            Spring      Summer             Winter
                                                           H,L,W
 HGA101 Sociology A                              12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                               H
                                                             I,N)
                                                                                H,L,W                                                  L
 HGA102 Sociology B                              12.5%                      External(H,L,W,                                    External(H,L,W,
                                                                                  I,N)                                               I,N)
Students already enrolling in the two units listed above in this discipline may select additional units from the following:
HMA101 Asia: Enduring Traditions                 12.5%          H,L
HMA102 Asia: Transformation and Change 12.5%                                      H,L
                                                                                  H,L
           Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB102                                          12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
           Australia
                                                                                  I,N)
                                                             H,L
 HAB103 Historical Indigenous Australia          12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                               H
                                                             I,N)
                                                             H,L
                                                                                                                               External(H,L,W,
 HSG101 Introduction to Government A             12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                     I,N)
                                                             I,N)
 HSG102 Introduction to Government B             12.5%                            H,L                                                            External(H,L,W,


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   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
                                                                   External(H,L,W,                                                        I,N)
                                                                         I,N)


Sociology
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
                                                     H,L,W
 HGA101 Sociology A                        12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                          H
                                                       I,N)
                                                                       H,L,W                                                L
 HGA102 Sociology B                        12.5%                   External(H,L,W,                                  External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)                                             I,N)


First-year units from outside the BA (Level 100, Group 1A)
First-year level units from outside the BA schedule are referred to as Group 1A units.
All disciplines not listed within the first-year units (Group 1, Level 100) schedule are considered to be Group A units. Restrictions apply to
the number of Group A units that can be counted towards the BA degree for graduation purposes. They are 25% at first-year level (Level
100, Group 1A) and 75% at second/third-year levels (Level 200/300, Group 2A/3A). Examples of Group A disciplines are: Music, Fine Arts,
Visual & Performing Arts, Law, Management, Information Systems, Tourism etc.

Second/Third-year units (Level 200/300, Groups 2 & 3)
Second/Third-year units from within the BA schedule are referred to as Groups 2 & 3 (Level 200/300) units. The disciplines considered to
be within the BA schedule are listed below:

     •    Aboriginal Studies
     •    Ancient Civilisations
     •    Ancient Greek
     •    Asian Studies
     •    Behavioural Science
     •    Chinese
     •    English
     •    European Studies
     •    French
     •    Gender Studies
     •    Geography and Environmental Studies
     •    German
     •    History
     •    Indonesian
     •    International Relations
     •    Japanese
     •    Journalism, Media and Communications
     •    Latin
     •    Logic and Philosophy of Science
     •    Natural Environments and Wilderness Studies
     •    Philosophy
     •    Political Science
     •    Psychology
     •    Public Policy
     •    Social Ecology
     •    Sociology

All other disciplines are considered to be from outside the BA schedule and are referred to as Group A units. Restrictions apply to the
number of Group A units that can be counted towards the BA degree for graduation purposes. They are 25% at first-year level (Level 100,
Group 1A) and 75% at second/third-year levels (Level 200/300, Group 2A/3A). Examples of Group A disciplines are: Music, Fine Arts,
Visual & Performing Arts, Law, Management, Information Systems, Tourism etc.
Where there are alternative unit codes (eg HSD203/303) the unit may be taken either at level 200 or level 300. When students enrol,
depending on whether they wish to study a unit as a Group 2 unit or a Group 3 unit, they should use the appropriate code e.g. HGA203 is the
Group 2 code for the unit Social and Political Research while HGA303 is the Group 3 code for the same unit. Students should note that
they must complete units from each Group to a minimum weight as set out in the specifications. Students are advised to check the unit
descriptions to see what the prerequisites, corequisites and mutual exclusions are for each unit. These may vary depending on the level of the
unit.
 Please note: some units are offered on two-year or three-year cycles. If a unit listed in this schedule is not being offered in 2006, it may be
offered in the following year or the year after that. Check units details for confirmation.

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Aboriginal Studies
 A major sequence in Aboriginal Studies consists of HAB102 and HAB103 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There
are no core units in the Aboriginal Studies major.
   Unit                 Title                Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer         Winter
                                                         H,L
          Special Topic in Aboriginal
 HAB201                                      12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Studies A
                                                         I,N)
                                                         H,L
          Special Topic in Aboriginal
 HAB301                                      12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Studies A
                                                         I,N)
                                                                           H,L
          Special Topic in Aboriginal
 HAB202                                      12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
          Studies B
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                           H,L
          Special Topic in Aboriginal
 HAB302                                      12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
          Studies B
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                           H,L
          Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB206                                      12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
          Tasmania
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                           H,L
          Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB306                                      12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
          Tasmania
                                                                           I,N)
 HAB208 Indigenous Justice Issues            12.5%
 HAB308 Indigenous Justice Issues            12.5%
 HAB209 Bass Strait Islanders                12.5%
 HAB309 Bass Strait Islanders                12.5%
 HAB210 Indigenous Tourism                   12.5%
 HAB310 Indigenous Tourism                   12.5%
                                                                             H
 HAB213 Indigenous Health                    12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                             H
 HAB313 Indigenous Health                    12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
 HAB214 Language in Aboriginal Society       12.5%
 HAB314 Language in Aboriginal Society       12.5%
 HAB232 Aboriginal Women                     12.5%
 HAB332 Aboriginal Women                     12.5%
 HAB240 Aboriginal Arts                      12.5%       H,L
 HAB340 Aboriginal Arts                      12.5%       H,L
 HAB241 Indigenous Political Indentities     12.5%
 HAB341 Indigenous Political Indentities     12.5%
 HAB246 Aboriginal Knowledges                12.5%
 HAB346 Aboriginal Knowledges                12.5%
                                                                             H
 HAB247 Aboriginal Education                 12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                             H
 HAB347 Aboriginal Education                 12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                             H
          Indigeneity, Citizenship and the
 HAB248                                      12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
          State
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                             H
          Indigeneity, Citizenship and the
 HAB348                                      12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
          State
                                                                           I,N)
                                                         H,L
 HAB252 Indigenous Life Histories            12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                         I,N)
                                                         H,L
 HAB352 Indigenous Life Histories            12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                         I,N)
 HAB256 Dispossession in Tasmania            12.5%



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   Unit                  Title              Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer        Winter
 HAB356 Dispossession in Tasmania           12.5%
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Aboriginal Studies major):
 HEA232 Postcolonial Fictions               12.5%
 HEA332 Postcolonial Fictions               12.5%
 HPA222 Aboriginal Philosophy               12.5%                                                              H
 HPA322 Aboriginal Philosophy               12.5%                                                              H
 HSA201 Race and Ethnic Politics            12.5%     H
 HSA301 Race and Ethnic Politics            12.5%     H
        History of the Indigenous Peoples
 HTA275                                   12.5%
        of North America
           History of the Indigenous Peoples
 HTA375                                      12.5%
           of North America


Ancient Civilisations
 A major sequence in Ancient Civilisations consists of HTC101 and HTC102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There
are no core units in the Ancient Civilisations major.
   Unit                  Title              Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer        Winter
        The Pursuit of Empire: Philip,
 HTC200                                     12.5%     H
        Alexander and Rome
           The Pursuit of Empire: Philip,
 HTC300                                     12.5%     H
           Alexander and Rome
 HTC201 Roman Republic 133--31 BC           12.5%                H,L,W
 HTC301 Roman Republic 133--31 BC           12.5%                H,L,W
        Roman Empire: Tiberius to
 HTC202                                     12.5%
        Hadrian
           Roman Empire: Tiberius to
 HTC302                                     12.5%
           Hadrian
 HTC203 Roman Imperial Society              12.5%
 HTC303 Roman Imperial Society              12.5%
 HTC205 Augustan Culture: Text & Image      12.5%
 HTC305 Augustan Culture: Text & Image      12.5%
 HTC206 The Later Roman Empire              12.5%
 HTC306 The Later Roman Empire              12.5%
        Monuments of Rome: Image and
 HTC207                                     12.5%                  H
        Ideology
           Monuments of Rome: Image and
 HTC307                                     12.5%                  H
           Ideology
 HTC210 Classical Epic and Novel            12.5%
 HTC310 Classical Epic and Novel            12.5%
 HTC211 Greek Tragedy                       12.5%     H
 HTC311 Greek Tragedy                       12.5%     H
        Classical Tragedy: Euripides &
 HTC213                                     12.5%
        Beyond
           Classical Tragedy: Euripides &
 HTC313                                     12.5%
           Beyond
           Women in Greek and Roman
 HTC221                                     12.5%
           Antiquity
           Women in Greek and Roman
 HTC321                                     12.5%
           Antiquity
 HTC223 Greek and Roman Mythology           12.5%
 HTC323 Greek and Roman Mythology           12.5%
 HTC227 Conquest and Colonization           12.5%
 HTC327 Conquest and Colonization           12.5%
 HTC228 Celluloid Empire: Rome on Film      12.5%
 HTC328 Celluloid Empire: Rome on Film      12.5%
 HTC229 Love in the Ancient Novel           12.5%                  H
 HTC329 Love in the Ancient Novel           12.5%                  H
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Ancient Civilisations major):


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  Unit                 Title              Weight     Sem 1        Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
HEA213 Medieval and Gothic Fictions       12.5%
HEA313 Medieval and Gothic Fictions       12.5%
HEA222 Shakespeare's Political Plays      12.5%
HEA322 Shakespeare's Political Plays      12.5%
HEA223 Shakespeare's Comedies             12.5%        H
HEA323 Shakespeare's Comedies             12.5%        H
       Elizabethan and Jacobean
HEA225                                    12.5%
       Tragedy
         Elizabethan and Jacobean
HEA325                                    12.5%
         Tragedy
HEA227 Ovid and Chaucer                   12.5%
HEA327 Ovid and Chaucer                   12.5%
HEA277 The Legend of King Arthur          12.5%
HEA377 The Legend of King Arthur          12.5%
                                                      H,L
         Medieval Britain: Myth, Power
HTA208                                    12.5% External(H,L,W,
         and Identity
                                                      I,N)
                                                      H,L
         Medieval Britain: Myth, Power
HTA308                                    12.5% External(H,L,W,
         and Identity
                                                      I,N)
         Europe in an Age of Crisis 1560--
HTA209                                     12.5%
         1640
         Europe in an Age of Crisis 1560--
HTA309                                     12.5%
         1640
HTA214 Late Medieval Europe               12.5%
HTA314 Late Medieval Europe               12.5%
HTA234 Europe in the High Middle Ages     12.5%        H
       Independence and Revolution in
HTA324                                    12.5%
       Modern Asia
HTA235 Faith in Asia:Origin & Change      12.5%
HTA335 Faith in Asia:Origin & Change      12.5%
       Holy Lands, Strange Lands: The
HTA237                                    12.5%                    H
       Medieval World 1000-c.1300
         Holy Lands, Strange Lands: The
HTA337                                    12.5%                    H
         Medieval World 1000-c.1300
         History and Film: Twentieth-
HTA238                                    12.5%                    H
         Century Perspectives
         History and Film: Twentieth-
HTA338                                    12.5%                    H
         Century Perspectives
         The Rise of Nations: Europe
HTA239                                    12.5%        H
         1830-70
         The Rise of Nations: Europe
HTA339                                    12.5%        H
         1830-70
         The Road to War: Europe 1870-
HTA246                                    12.5%                    H
         1914
         The Road to War: Europe 1870-
HTA346                                    12.5%                    H
         1914
         Barbarian Kingdoms: Medieval
HTA256                                    12.5%
         Europe AD 300-700
         Barbarian Kingdoms: Medieval
HTA356                                    12.5%
         Europe AD 300-700
         Vikings and Vassals: Medieval
HTA257                                    12.5%
         Europe AD 700-1000
         Vikings and Vassals: Medieval
HTA357                                    12.5%
         Europe AD 700-1000
HTG216 Intermediate Ancient Greek A       12.5%        H
HTG218 Intermediate Ancient Greek B       12.5%                    H
HTG316 Advanced Ancient Greek A           12.5%        H
HTG318 Advanced Ancient Greek B           12.5%                    H
HTL217 Intermediate Latin A               12.5%        H
HTL219 Intermediate Latin B               12.5%                    H


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   Unit                Title              Weight     Sem 1        Sem 2       Full Yr        Spring        Summer       Winter
 HTL220 Intermediate Latin Grammar        12.5%        H           H
 HTL317 Advanced Latin A                  12.5%        H
 HTL319 Advanced Latin B                  12.5%                    H


Ancient Greek
A major sequence in Ancient Greek consists of HTG101 and HTG102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are
no core units in the Ancient Greek major.
   Unit                Title              Weight     Sem 1        Sem 2       Full Yr        Spring        Summer       Winter
 HTG216 Intermediate Ancient Greek A      12.5%        H
 HTG218 Intermediate Ancient Greek B      12.5%                    H
        Intermediate Ancient Greek
 HTG220                                   12.5%        H           H
        Grammar
 HTG316 Advanced Ancient Greek A          12.5%        H
 HTG318 Advanced Ancient Greek B          12.5%                    H
        Advanced Ancient Greek
 HTG320                                   12.5%        H           H
        Grammar


Asian Studies
A major sequence in Asian Studies consists of HMA101 and HMA102 (or equiv) plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%.
There are no core units in the Asian Studies major.
   Unit                Title              Weight     Sem 1        Sem 2       Full Yr        Spring        Summer       Winter
       Chinese Society & Culture
HMA208                                    12.5%                                            External(O)
       (Shanghai)
          Chinese Society & Culture
HMA308                                    12.5%                                            External(O)
          (Shanghai)
HMA211 Australia and Asia                 12.5%                   H,L
HMA311 Australia and Asia                 12.5%                   H,L
HMA213 Background to Asian Theatres       12.5%        L
HMA313 Background to Asian Theatres       12.5%        L
HMA221 Contemporary Asian Issues          12.5%
HMA321 Contemporary Asian Issues          12.5%
       Chinese Language, Society and
HMA223                                     25%                                             External(O)
       Culture
          Chinese Language, Society and
HMA323                                     25%                                             External(O)
          Culture
HMA260 Reporting Asia                     12.5%       H,L
HMA360 Reporting Asia                     12.5%       H,L
          Asian Ethnic and Religious
HMA261                                    12.5%                    H
          Politics
          Asian Ethnic and Religious
HMA361                                    12.5%                    H
          Politics
HMA301 Research Project                   12.5%       H,L
HMA306 Research Project                   12.5%                   H,L
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Asian Studies major):
          The Asia-Pacific Economies:
 BEA211                                   12.5%
          Tigers
          Managing Business in the Asia
BMA285                                    12.5%    H,L,G,J,M
          Pacific
          Managing Business in the Asia
BMA385                                    12.5%       H,L
          Pacific
 FFA213 World Music                       12.5%                    L
 FFA313 World Music                       12.5%                    L
        Contemporary Art of the Asia-
 FST213                                   12.5%                    H                           H
        Pacific Region
          Contemporary Art of the Asia-
 FST313                                   12.5%                    H                           H
          Pacific Region
                                                        H
          Love, Family and Sexuality:
 HGA212                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
          East--West Comparison
                                                      I,N)
 HGA312 Love, Family and Sexuality:       12.5%        H


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  Unit                 Title                 Weight       Sem 1         Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
         East--West Comparison                        External(H,L,W,
                                                            I,N)
         Cultures and Societies of
HGA254                                       12.5%
         Southeast Asia
         Cultures and Societies of
HGA354                                       12.5%
         Southeast Asia
HMC206 Chinese 2 Oral & Aural Skills A       12.5%         H,L
HMC207 Chinese 2 Oral & Aural Skills B       12.5%                       H,L
HMC208 Chinese 2 Reading & Writing A         12.5%         H,L
HMC209 Chinese 2 Reading & Writing B         12.5%                       H,L
HMC303 Chinese Culture and Society           12.5%                       H,L
HMJ204 Japanese 2 Core Skills A              12.5%          H
HMJ205 Japanese 2 Core Skills B              12.5%                       H
HMJ206 Japanese in Practice 2A               12.5%        H,L,W
HMJ207 Japanese in Practice 2B               12.5%                      H,L,W
HMJ210 Japan in the 21st Century             12.5%                      H,L,W
HMJ310 Japan in the 21st Century             12.5%                      H,L,W
HMJ334 Japanese Film                         12.5%                      H,L,W
HMJ340 Japanese Literature in Film           12.5%
         Intermediate Indonesian
HMN202                                       12.5%         H,L
         (Conversation)
HMN207 Indonesian Reading & Writing A        12.5%         H,L
HMN208 Indonesian Reading & Writing B        12.5%                       H,L
HMN211 Media and Society in Indonesia        12.5%
HMN311 Media and Society in Indonesia        12.5%
       Indonesian Literature and its                        H,L
HMN304                                       12.5%
       Social Context                                  External(H,L)
         Popular Culture and Resistance in
HMN309                                     12.5%                         H,L
         Indonesia
                                                         H,L
HPA219 Buddhist Philosophy                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                         I,N)
                                                            H,L
HPA319 Buddhist Philosophy                   12.5%
                                                      External(W,I,N)
         Zen and Tao: East Asian
HPA234                                       12.5%                       H,L
         Philosophy
         Zen and Tao: East Asian
HPA334                                       12.5%                       H,L
         Philosophy
         Indo-Tibetan History, Philosophy
HPA276                                        25%                                                    O
         and Culture
         Indo-Tibetan History, Philosophy
HPA376                                        25%                                                    O
         and Culture
         Buddhism, Ethics and
HPA297                                       12.5%
         Nonviolence
         Buddhism, Ethics and
HPA397                                       12.5%
         Nonviolence
         Politics of Democratisation, East
HSA227                                       12.5%
         and West
         Politics of Democratisation, East
HSA327                                       12.5%
         and West
HSA258 International Relations of Asia       12.5%                       H
HSA358 International Relations of Asia       12.5%                       H
                                                           H
         Espionage, Terror and Global
HSA270                                       12.5% External(H,L,W,
         Disorder
                                                         I,N)
                                                           H
         Espionage, Terror and Global
HSA370                                       12.5% External(H,L,W,
         Disorder
                                                         I,N)
HSD239 Asian Environmental Justice           12.5%
HSD339 Asian Environmental Justice           12.5%
       Islam, Law and Women --
HTA223                                       12.5%          H
       Historical and Contemporary

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   Unit                  Title             Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr       Spring        Summer         Winter
          Perspectives
        Islam, Law and Women --
 HTA323 Historical and Contemporary        12.5%     H
        Perspectives
          Independence and Revolution in
 HTA224                                    12.5%
          Modern Asia
          Independence and Revolution in
 HTA324                                    12.5%
          Modern Asia
 HTA235 Faith in Asia:Origin & Change      12.5%
 HTA335 Faith in Asia:Origin & Change      12.5%
 HTA255 War and Peace in the Pacific       12.5%
 HTA355 War and Peace in the Pacific       12.5%
 KGA202 Geography of Asia                  12.5%                 H,L
 KGA302 Geography of Asia                  12.5%                 H,L

Behavioural Science
The requirements for Behavioural Science and Psychology majors are identical at first and second year. At the end of second year
students are able to choose between completion of a Psychology major (core unit [KHA350] plus 200/300 level electives), or a
Behavioural Science major (200/300 level elective units only). Students should note that the Behavioural Science major is an
unaccredited Psychology major. Students are not permitted to complete both a Behavioural Science major and a Psychology major.
To qualify for a major in Behavioural Science, students must complete: 100 level 25% - KHA101 and KHA102 200/300 levels 75% -
KHA201 plus 62.5% 200/300 level KHA elective units (with a minimum of 25% at level 300)
   Unit                  Title             Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr       Spring        Summer         Winter
CORE UNITS
 KHA201 Research Methods 2                 12.5%    H,L
ELECTIVE UNITS
       Lifespan Developmental
KHA202                                     12.5%                  H
       Psychology
          Lifespan Developmental
 KHA302                                    12.5%                  H
          Psychology
 KHA205 Clinical Psychology                12.5%     H
 KHA305 Clinical Psychology                12.5%     H
 KHA207 Social Psychology                  12.5%    H,L
 KHA307 Social Psychology                  12.5%    H,L
        Health & Rehabilitation
 KHA209                                    12.5%
        Psychology
          Health & Rehabilitation
 KHA309                                    12.5%
          Psychology
 KHA212 Peace, Conflict & Law              12.5%
 KHA312 Peace, Conflict & Law              12.5%
 KHA214 Learning & Skilled Performance     12.5%     H
 KHA314 Learning & Skilled Performance     12.5%     H
 KHA215 Organisational Psychology          12.5%
 KHA315 Organisational Psychology          12.5%
 KHA217 States of Consciousness            12.5%
 KHA317 States of Consciousness            12.5%
 KHA219 Educational Psychology             12.5%
 KHA319 Educational Psychology             12.5%
 KHA224 Sensation & Perception             12.5%                  H
 KHA324 Sensation & Perception             12.5%                  H
 KHA228 Cognitive Social Psychology        12.5%
 KHA328 Cognitive Social Psychology        12.5%
 KHA231 Psychology of Language             12.5%                  H
 KHA331 Psychology of Language             12.5%                  H
          Clinical and Counselling
 KHA255                                    12.5%
          Psychology
          Clinical and Counselling
 KHA355                                    12.5%
          Psychology
 KHA256 Applied Topics in Psychology       12.5%                  L

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   Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1         Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
 KHA356 Applied Topics in Psychology       12.5%                    L
          Community & Environmental
 KHA257                                    12.5%     L
          Psychology
          Community & Environmental
 KHA357                                    12.5%     L
          Psychology
 KHA259 Health Psychology                  12.5%
 KHA359 Health Psychology                  12.5%
        Development Through the
 KHA262                                    12.5%                    L
        Lifespan
          Development Through the
 KHA362                                    12.5%                    L
          Lifespan


Chinese
 A major sequence in Chinese consists of HMC101 and HMC102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. For students
commencing the Chinese major at 200 level, the major consists of 100% of level 200/300 units. There are core units in the Chinese
major.
   Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1         Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
CORE UNITS
HMC206 Chinese 2 Oral & Aural Skills A     12.5%    H,L
HMC207 Chinese 2 Oral & Aural Skills B     12.5%                   H,L
HMC208 Chinese 2 Reading & Writing A       12.5%    H,L
HMC209 Chinese 2 Reading & Writing B       12.5%                   H,L
HMC312 Chinese 3 Oral/Aural Skills A       12.5%    H,L
HMC313 Chinese Oral/Aural Skills B         12.5%                   H,L
ELECTIVE UNITS
       Chinese 3 Reading and Writing
HMC302                                     12.5%                   H,L
       Skills
HMC303 Chinese Culture and Society         12.5%                   H,L
       Computer-Based Chinese
HMC305                                     12.5%
       Business Writing
HMC307 Modern Chinese Literature           12.5%    H,L
HMC309 Chinese Special Topic A             12.5%    H,L
HMC310 Chinese Special Topic B             12.5%                   H,L
HMC314 Classical Chinese A                 12.5%    H,L
HMC315 Classical Chinese B                 12.5%                   H,L
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Chinese major):
          Chinese Language, Society and
HMA223                                      25%                                              External(O)
          Culture
          Chinese Language, Society and
HMA323                                      25%                                              External(O)
          Culture


English
 A major sequence in English consists of HEA101 and HEA102 OR HEA103 and HEA104 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of
100%. There are no core units in the English major.
   Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1         Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
 HEA203 Writing Poetry and Short Fiction   12.5%    H,L
 HEA303 Writing Poetry and Short Fiction   12.5%    H,L
 HEA204 British Literature 1850--1900      12.5%     H
 HEA304 British Literature 1850--1900      12.5%     H
 HEA205 Contemporary Australian Writing 12.5%
 HEA305 Contemporary Australian Writing 12.5%
          Popular Fiction: From Page to
 HEA206                                    12.5%                   H
          Screen
          Popular Fiction: From Page to
 HEA306                                    12.5%                   H
          Screen
 HEA207 Writing About Science              12.5%
 HEA307 Writing About Science              12.5%
 HEA209 Anglo-Indian Fictions              12.5%


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  Unit                 Title           Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
HEA309 Anglo-Indian Fictions           12.5%
HEA213 Medieval and Gothic Fictions    12.5%
HEA313 Medieval and Gothic Fictions    12.5%
HEA214 Literature of Tasmania          12.5%                         H
HEA314 Literature of Tasmania          12.5%                         H
HEA218 Contemporary Fiction            12.5%                        L,W
HEA318 Contemporary Fiction            12.5%                        L,W
HEA222 Shakespeare's Political Plays   12.5%
HEA322 Shakespeare's Political Plays   12.5%
HEA223 Shakespeare's Comedies          12.5%        H
HEA323 Shakespeare's Comedies          12.5%        H
       Elizabethan and Jacobean
HEA225                                 12.5%
       Tragedy
         Elizabethan and Jacobean
HEA325                                 12.5%
         Tragedy
HEA226 Modern Drama                    12.5%
HEA326 Modern Drama                    12.5%
HEA227 Ovid and Chaucer                12.5%
HEA327 Ovid and Chaucer                12.5%
HEA232 Postcolonial Fictions           12.5%
HEA332 Postcolonial Fictions           12.5%
                                                   L,W
HEA233 Ideas of Authorship             12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                   I,N)
                                                   L,W
HEA333 Ideas of Authorship             12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                   I,N)
HEA234 Writing the Grand Tour          12.5%
HEA334 Writing the Grand Tour          12.5%
HEA235 Colonial Imprints               12.5%        H
HEA335 Colonial Imprints               12.5%        H
HEA236 Reading comedy                  12.5%                                                          H
HEA336 Reading comedy                  12.5%                                                          H
HEA251 Modern Australian Poetry        12.5%
HEA351 Modern Australian Poetry        12.5%
         African Literature West and
HEA253                                 12.5%
         South
         African Literature West and
HEA353                                 12.5%
         South
HEA255 Confessionalism                 12.5%
HEA355 Confessionalism                 12.5%
HEA257 British Literature 1800-1850    12.5%
HEA357 British Literature 1800-1850    12.5%
HEA258 American Women Writing          12.5%
HEA358 American Women Writing          12.5%
       The Body in the Text: 20th
HEA269                                 12.5%
       Century Australian Fiction
         The Body in the Text: 20th
HEA369                                 12.5%
         Century Australian Fiction
HEA277 The Legend of King Arthur       12.5%
HEA377 The Legend of King Arthur       12.5%
                                                                     L,W
HEA280 Romantic Poetry                 12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                     I,N)
                                                                     L,W
HEA380 Romantic Poetry                 12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                     I,N)
         The Novel in the Nineteenth
HEA282                                 12.5%
         Century

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   Unit                 Title                Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr       Spring        Summer          Winter
        The Novel in the Nineteenth
 HEA382                                      12.5%
        Century
          Modernism in British Literature                     External(H,L,W,
 HEA283                                      12.5%
          1910-1930                                                 I,N)
          Modernism in British Literature                     External(H,L,W,
 HEA383                                      12.5%
          1910-1930                                                 I,N)
          Modernism in British Literature:
 HEA284                                      12.5%
          Poetry
          Modernism in British Literature:
 HEA384                                      12.5%
          Poetry
 HEA288 Postmodern American Poetry           12.5%
 HEA388 Postmodern American Poetry           12.5%
 HEA290 Writing Narrative                    12.5%
 HEA390 Writing Narrative                    12.5%
 HEA293 American Nature Writing              12.5%
 HEA393 American Nature Writing              12.5%
        Writing Poetry and Short Fiction
 HEA317                                      12.5%     L            H
        : Advanced
 HEA330 Literary Theory                      12.5%                 H,L
 HEA376 Research Project                     12.5%    H,L          H,L
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the English major):
          Cross-Cultural Communication:
 HEF213                                      12.5%     H
          English--French
          Cross-Cultural Communication:
 HEF313                                      12.5%     H
          English--French
          The Golden Age of German
 HEG204                                      12.5%                 H,L
          Cinema
          The Golden Age of German
 HEG304                                      12.5%                 H,L
          Cinema
 HEG212 Post-1945 German Film                12.5%
 HEG312 Post-1945 German Film                12.5%
 HTC205 Augustan Culture: Text & Image       12.5%
 HTC305 Augustan Culture: Text & Image       12.5%
 HEJ222 Journalism: the People's Witness     12.5%
 HEJ322 Journalism: the People's Witness     12.5%
 HTC210 Classical Epic and Novel             12.5%
 HTC310 Classical Epic and Novel             12.5%
 HTC211 Greek Tragedy                        12.5%     H
 HTC311 Greek Tragedy                        12.5%     H
        Classical Tragedy: Euripides &
 HTC213                                      12.5%
        Beyond
          Classical Tragedy: Euripides &
 HTC313                                      12.5%
          Beyond
 HTC223 Greek and Roman Mythology            12.5%
 HTC323 Greek and Roman Mythology            12.5%
 KGA272 Understanding Place                  12.5%    H,L
 KGA372 Understanding Place                  12.5%    H,L
 HTC229 Love in the Ancient Novel            12.5%                  H
 HTC329 Love in the Ancient Novel            12.5%                  H
 HTL101 Latin 1A                             12.5%     H
 HTL102 Latin 1B                             12.5%                  H


European Studies
 A major sequence in European Studies consists of 100% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are core units in the
European Studies major, plus students must select a minimum of 12.5% from each of Lists 1, 2, 3 and 4. The prerequisite for entry
to the European Studies major is 25% from at least one of the following first-year disciplines: French, German, Ancient
Civilisations, History, English, Government, Art and Design Theory or Philosophy.
   Unit                 Title                Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr       Spring        Summer          Winter
CORE UNITS

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  Unit                  Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
HPE201 The Idea of Europe                   12.5%         H
List 1: European History (at least one [12.5%] of)
HTA205 Gender in European Thought           12.5%
HTA305 Gender in European Thought           12.5%
                                                        H,L
          Medieval Britain: Myth, Power
HTA208                                      12.5% External(H,L,W,
          and Identity
                                                        I,N)
                                                        H,L
          Medieval Britain: Myth, Power
HTA308                                      12.5% External(H,L,W,
          and Identity
                                                        I,N)
          Europe in an Age of Crisis 1560--
HTA209                                      12.5%
          1640
          Europe in an Age of Crisis 1560--
HTA309                                      12.5%
          1640
HTA210 Cold War Europe, 1945--1989          12.5%
HTA310 Cold War Europe, 1945--1989          12.5%
                                                                            L
HTA211 Europe at War 1914--1945             12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                          I,N)
                                                                            L
HTA311 Europe at War 1914--1945             12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                          I,N)
HTA214 Late Medieval Europe                 12.5%
HTA314 Late Medieval Europe                 12.5%
       The Experience of War. History,
HTA216                                      12.5%         H
       Myth and Memory
          The Experience of War. History,
HTA316                                      12.5%         H
          Myth and Memory
          Crime and the Law in Historical
HTA218                                      12.5%         H
          Perspective
          Crime and the Law in Historical
HTA318                                      12.5%         H
          Perspective
          The Rise of Nations: Europe
HTA239                                      12.5%         H
          1830-70
          The Rise of Nations: Europe
HTA339                                      12.5%         H
          1830-70
          The Road to War: Europe 1870-
HTA246                                      12.5%                         H
          1914
          The Road to War: Europe 1870-
HTA346                                      12.5%                         H
          1914
          Barbarian Kingdoms: Medieval
HTA256                                      12.5%
          Europe AD 300-700
          Barbarian Kingdoms: Medieval
HTA356                                      12.5%
          Europe AD 300-700
          Vikings and Vassals: Medieval
HTA257                                      12.5%
          Europe AD 700-1000
          Vikings and Vassals: Medieval
HTA357                                      12.5%
          Europe AD 700-1000
          Renaissance & Reformation
HTA258                                      12.5%                         H
          Europe
          Renaissance & Reformation
HTA358                                      12.5%                         H
          Europe
HTC201 Roman Republic 133--31 BC            12.5%                       H,L,W
HTC301 Roman Republic 133--31 BC            12.5%                       H,L,W
       Roman Empire: Tiberius to
HTC202                                      12.5%
       Hadrian
          Roman Empire: Tiberius to
HTC302                                      12.5%
          Hadrian
HTC203 Roman Imperial Society               12.5%
HTC303 Roman Imperial Society               12.5%
List2: European Philosophy and Art (at least one [12.5%] of)
HPA206 Postmodernism                        12.5%
HPA306 Postmodernism                        12.5%


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  Unit                  Title                Weight     Sem 1           Sem 2        Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
HPA271 Philosophy and the Body               12.5%                        H
HPA371 Philosophy and the Body               12.5%                        H
HPA207 Philosophy of Mind                    12.5%        L
HPA307 Philosophy of Mind                    12.5%        L
       Ancient and Medieval
HPA266                                       12.5%        H
       Philosophy
          Ancient and Medieval
HPA366                                       12.5%        H
          Philosophy
HPA296 Affect and the Unconcious             12.5%
HPA396 Affect and the Unconcious             12.5%
HPA288 Philosophy of Language                12.5%
HPA388 Philosophy of Language                12.5%
                                                                   External(H,L,W,
HPA268 Modern Philosophy                     12.5%
                                                                         I,N)
                                                                   External(H,L,W,
HPA368 Modern Philosophy                     12.5%
                                                                         I,N)
                                                                           H
HPA225 Existentialism and Beyond             12.5%                 External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)
                                                                           H
HPA325 Existentialism and Beyond             12.5%                 External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)
          Monuments of Rome: Image and
HTC207                                       12.5%                        H
          Ideology
          Monuments of Rome: Image and
HTC307                                       12.5%                        H
          Ideology
          Australian Art of the 1970s -
 FST201                                      12.5%        H
          2000
          Australian Art of the 1970s -
 FST301                                      12.5%        H
          2000
 FST211 Surrealist Art Between the Wars      12.5%
 FST311 Surrealist Art Between the Wars      12.5%
List 3: European Literature, Language and Culture (at least one [12.5%] of)
HEA257 British Literature 1800-1850          12.5%
HEA357 British Literature 1800-1850          12.5%
HEA204 British Literature 1850--1900         12.5%        H
HEA304 British Literature 1850--1900         12.5%        H
HEA213 Medieval and Gothic Fictions          12.5%
HEA313 Medieval and Gothic Fictions          12.5%
       Modernism in British Literature                             External(H,L,W,
HEA283                                       12.5%
       1910-1930                                                         I,N)
          Modernism in British Literature                          External(H,L,W,
HEA383                                       12.5%
          1910-1930                                                      I,N)
          Modernism in British Literature:
HEA284                                       12.5%
          Poetry
          Modernism in British Literature:
HEA384                                       12.5%
          Poetry
HEF101 French 1A*                            12.5%        H
HEF102 French 1B                             12.5%                        H
HEG101 German 1A*                            12.5%       H,L
HEG102 German 1B*                            12.5%                       H,L
HTC205 Augustan Culture: Text & Image        12.5%
HTC305 Augustan Culture: Text & Image        12.5%
HTC210 Classical Epic and Novel              12.5%
HTC310 Classical Epic and Novel              12.5%
HTC211 Greek Tragedy                         12.5%        H
HTC311 Greek Tragedy                         12.5%        H
       Classical Tragedy: Euripides &
HTC213                                       12.5%
       Beyond
HTC313 Classical Tragedy: Euripides &        12.5%

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   Unit                  Title                 Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2               Full Yr   Spring   Summer    Winter
           Beyond
 HTC223 Greek and Roman Mythology              12.5%
 HTC323 Greek and Roman Mythology              12.5%
 HEA227 Ovid and Chaucer                       12.5%
 HEA327 Ovid and Chaucer                       12.5%
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)        12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)             12.5%         H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)          12.5%                          H
Latin and Ancient Greek units* German units at Level 200/300* French units at Level 200/300*
List4: European Politics (at least one of [12.5%] of)
           Building Blocs: Economic
 HSG204                                        12.5%
           Regionalism
           Building Blocs: Economic
 HSG304                                        12.5%
           Regionalism
 HSA222 Comparative Political Systems          12.5%                          H
 HSA322 Comparative Political Systems          12.5%                          H
        Politics of Democratisation, East
 HSA227                                        12.5%
        and West
           Politics of Democratisation, East
 HSA327                                        12.5%
           and West
           Political Thought: Liberal
 HSA212                                        12.5%
           Democracy
           Political Thought: Liberal
 HSA312                                        12.5%
           Democracy
 HSA210 Political Ideologies                   12.5%
 HSA310 Political Ideologies                   12.5%
 HSG208 Inside the New Europe                  12.5%       H,L
 HSG308 Inside the New Europe                  12.5%       H,L
 HSR201 Great Power Foreign Policies           12.5%         H
 HSR301 Great Power Foreign Policies           12.5%         H


French
 A major sequence in French consists of HEF101 and HEF102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. For students
commencing the French major at 200 level, the major consists of 100% of level 200/300 units. There are core units in the French
major.
   Unit                  Title                 Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2               Full Yr   Spring   Summer    Winter
CORE UNITS
 HEF215 French Language 2A                     12.5%         H
 HEF216 French Language 2B                     12.5%                          H
 HEF315 French Language 3A                     12.5%         H
 HEF316 French Language 3B                     12.5%                          H
ELECTIVE UNITS
           Cross-Cultural Communication:
 HEF213                                        12.5%         H
           English--French
           Cross-Cultural Communication:
 HEF313                                        12.5%         H
           English--French
 HEF214 Linguistics of French Newstexts        12.5%
 HEF314 Linguistics of French Newstexts        12.5%
 HEF219 French Linguistics: Pronouns           12.5%         H
 HEF319 French Linguistics: Pronouns           12.5%         H
           Twentieth Century French
 HEF221                                        12.5%
           Theatre
           Twentieth Century French
 HEF321                                        12.5%
           Theatre
 HEF224 The French Novel (1750-1900)           12.5%
 HEF324 The French Novel (1750-1900)           12.5%
 HEF225 Le Maghreb                             12.5%         H
 HEF325 Le Maghreb                             12.5%         H

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   Unit                 Title              Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2        Full Yr   Spring      Summer         Winter
 HEF233 The French Novella                 12.5%
 HEF333 The French Novella                 12.5%
 HEF303 French for Tourism and Business    12.5%                         H
 HEF312 French Linguistics: Syntax         12.5%
 HEF317 Advanced French A                  12.5%         H
 HEF318 Advanced French B                  12.5%                         H
 HEF320 French Literature: An Overview     12.5%
 HEF322 French-Canadian Women Writers 12.5%
 HEF323 The French Novel (1900-1950)       12.5%
 HEF331 Research Project (French)          12.5%         H               H


Gender Studies
A major sequence in Gender Studies consists of HAF101 and HAF102 (or equiv) plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%.
There are core units in the Gender Studies major.
   Unit                 Title              Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2        Full Yr   Spring      Summer         Winter
CORE UNIT
                                                         H
          Contemporary Feminist Thought:
 HAF215                                    12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Themes, Issues and Conflicts
                                                       I,N)
                                                         H
          Contemporary Feminist Thought:
 HAF315                                    12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Themes, Issues and Conflicts
                                                       I,N)
ELECTIVE UNITS
          Sexualities: Histories,
 HAF202                                    12.5%
          Representation, Politics
          Sexualities: Histories,
 HAF302                                    12.5%
          Representation, Politics
 HAF203 Gender, Sexuality and the Past     12.5%
 HAF303 Gender, Sexuality and the Past     12.5%
 HAF205 Buffy to Big Brother               12.5%         H
 HAF305 Buffy to Big Brother               12.5%         H
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Gender Studies major):
          Language, Gender and
 ESG778                                    12.5%    H External(H)                                       H External(H)
          Communication in Education
 ESG779 Literature, Gender and Education   12.5%                         H
 ESG780 Education of Women and Girls       12.5%
 ESG781 Education and Women's Careers      12.5%                    H External(H)
 FST207 Fashioning the Body                12.5%
 FST307 Fashioning the Body                12.5%
 FST214 Imaging the Body                   12.5%
 FST314 Imaging the Body                   12.5%
 HAB232 Aboriginal Women                   12.5%
 HAB332 Aboriginal Women                   12.5%
 HEA213 Medieval and Gothic Fictions       12.5%
 HEA313 Medieval and Gothic Fictions       12.5%
 HEA227 Ovid and Chaucer                   12.5%
 HEA327 Ovid and Chaucer                   12.5%
 HEA257 British Literature 1800-1850       12.5%
 HEA357 British Literature 1800-1850       12.5%
 HEA258 American Women Writing             12.5%
 HEA358 American Women Writing             12.5%
          The Body in the Text: 20th
 HEA269                                    12.5%
          Century Australian Fiction
          The Body in the Text: 20th
 HEA369                                    12.5%
          Century Australian Fiction
 HEF322 French-Canadian Women Writers 12.5%
 HEJ224 Television Theory                  12.5%         H


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   Unit                Title            Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer       Winter
 HEJ324 Television Theory               12.5%        H
 HGA207 Sociology of Law                12.5%
 HGA307 Sociology of Law                12.5%
                                                      H
          Love, Family and Sexuality:
 HGA212                                 12.5% External(H,L,W,
          East--West Comparison
                                                    I,N)
                                                      H
          Love, Family and Sexuality:
 HGA312                                 12.5% External(H,L,W,
          East--West Comparison
                                                    I,N)
 HGA272 Gender and Power                12.5%
 HGA372 Gender and Power                12.5%
                                                                External(H,L,W,
 HPA242 Law, Society and Morality       12.5%
                                                                      I,N)
                                                                External(H,L,W,
 HPA342 Law, Society and Morality       12.5%
                                                                      I,N)
 HPA270 Sex, Gender and Philosophy      12.5%        H
 HPA370 Sex, Gender and Philosophy      12.5%        H
 HPA271 Philosophy and the Body         12.5%                         H
 HPA371 Philosophy and the Body         12.5%                         H
 HPA296 Affect and the Unconcious       12.5%
 HPA396 Affect and the Unconcious       12.5%
 HSD240 Women and Public Policy         12.5%                                                          H
 HSD340 Women and Public Policy         12.5%                                                          H
 HTA205 Gender in European Thought      12.5%
 HTA305 Gender in European Thought      12.5%
        Islam, Law and Women --
 HTA223 Historical and Contemporary     12.5%        H
        Perspectives
        Islam, Law and Women --
 HTA323 Historical and Contemporary     12.5%        H
        Perspectives
          Women in Greek and Roman
 HTC221                                 12.5%
          Antiquity
          Women in Greek and Roman
 HTC321                                 12.5%
          Antiquity
 HTC229 Love in the Ancient Novel       12.5%                         H
 HTC329 Love in the Ancient Novel       12.5%                         H


Geography and Environmental Studies
 A major sequence in Geography and Environmental Studies consists of KGA151/152 or KGA161/162 or KGA121/122 plus 75% of
level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are no core units in the Geography and Environmental Studies major.
   Unit                Title            Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer       Winter
 KGA202 Geography of Asia               12.5%                        H,L
 KGA302 Geography of Asia               12.5%                        H,L
 KGA209 Biogeography and Climatology    12.5%                         H
        Natural Environment Field
 KGA213                                 12.5%                                                        H,L,W
        Techniques
 KGA223 Environmental Management        12.5%       H,G
 KGA323 Environmental Management        12.5%        H
 KGA226 Environmental Geomorphology     12.5%       H,L
 KGA326 Environmental Geomorphology     12.5%       H,L
 KGA227 Conservation Geomorphology      12.5%        H
 KGA327 Conservation Geomorphology      12.5%        H
 KGA233 Forest Ecosystems               12.5%        L
 KGA333 Forest Ecosystems               12.5%        L
 KGA234 Agroforestry                    12.5%                        L,W
 KGA334 Agroforestry                    12.5%                        L,W
 KGA240 Historical Geography            12.5%



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   Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
 KGA340 Historical Geography               12.5%
 KGA272 Understanding Place                12.5%    H,L
 KGA372 Understanding Place                12.5%    H,L
 KGA273 Sustainable Cities                 12.5%     H
 KGA373 Sustainable Cities                 12.5%     H
        Wilderness and Natural Area
 KGA278                                    12.5%                 H,L
        Management
          Wilderness and Natural Area
 KGA378                                    12.5%     G           H,L                           G
          Management
 KGA321 Microclimatology                   12.5%                  H
 KGA331 Vegetation Management              12.5%                  H
 KGA332 Fauna Conservation Management 12.5%          H
 KGA345 Rural Systems                       0%
 KGA365 Environmental Remote Sensing       12.5%     H
        Environmental Impact
 KGA381                                    12.5%                  H
        Assessment
 KGG245 Introduction to GIS                12.5%     H


German
 A major sequence in German consists of HEG101 and HEG102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. For students
commencing the German major at 200 level, the major consists of 100% of level 200/300 units. There are core units in the German
major.
   Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
CORE UNITS
 HEG207 German 2A                          12.5%    H,L
 HEG208 German 2B                          12.5%                 H,L
 HEG313 German 3A                          12.5%     H
 HEG314 German 3B                          12.5%                  H
ELECTIVE UNITS
          German for Tourism and
 HEG203                                    12.5%     H
          Business
          The Golden Age of German
 HEG204                                    12.5%                 H,L
          Cinema
          The Golden Age of German
 HEG304                                    12.5%                 H,L
          Cinema
 HEG205 Themes of Love in German Texts 12.5%
 HEG212 Post-1945 German Film              12.5%
 HEG312 Post-1945 German Film              12.5%
 HEG213 Fiction in Divided Germany         12.5%
 HEG305 The German Age of Chivalry         12.5%
 HEG310 Classical German Literature        12.5%     H
        The Twentieth-Century German
 HEG311                                    12.5%                  H
        Novel
 HEG315 Advanced German A                  12.5%     H
 HEG316 Advanced German B                  12.5%                  H
 HEG320 German Drama                       12.5%
 HEG331 Research Project (German)          12.5%     H            H


History
A major sequence in History consists of 25% from HTA101, HTA102 or HTA107 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%.
There are no core units in the History major.
   Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
 HTA205 Gender in European Thought         12.5%
 HTA305 Gender in European Thought         12.5%
 HTA206 Australia from the 1850s to 1918   12.5%    L,W           H
 HTA306 Australia from the 1850s to 1918   12.5%    L,W           H
 HTA207 Australia from 1918 to 1975        12.5%


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  Unit                 Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
HTA307 Australia from 1918 to 1975         12.5%
                                                       H,L
         Medieval Britain: Myth, Power
HTA208                                     12.5% External(H,L,W,
         and Identity
                                                       I,N)
                                                       H,L
         Medieval Britain: Myth, Power
HTA308                                     12.5% External(H,L,W,
         and Identity
                                                       I,N)
         Europe in an Age of Crisis 1560--
HTA209                                     12.5%
         1640
         Europe in an Age of Crisis 1560--
HTA309                                     12.5%
         1640
HTA210 Cold War Europe, 1945--1989         12.5%
HTA310 Cold War Europe, 1945--1989         12.5%
                                                                           L
HTA211 Europe at War 1914--1945            12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)
                                                                           L
HTA311 Europe at War 1914--1945            12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)
HTA214 Late Medieval Europe                12.5%
HTA314 Late Medieval Europe                12.5%
       The Experience of War. History,
HTA216                                     12.5%        H
       Myth and Memory
         The Experience of War. History,
HTA316                                     12.5%        H
         Myth and Memory
         Crime and the Law in Historical
HTA218                                     12.5%        H
         Perspective
         Crime and the Law in Historical
HTA318                                     12.5%        H
         Perspective
HTA222 Great Cities of Asia                12.5%        H
HTA322 Great Cities of Asia                12.5%        H
       Islam, Law and Women --
HTA223 Historical and Contemporary         12.5%        H
       Perspectives
       Islam, Law and Women --
HTA323 Historical and Contemporary         12.5%        H
       Perspectives
         Independence and Revolution in
HTA224                                     12.5%
         Modern Asia
         Independence and Revolution in
HTA324                                     12.5%
         Modern Asia
HTA225 Issues in History                   12.5%
HTA325 Issues in History                   12.5%
HTA229 Van Diemen's Land 1642--1850        12.5%        H
HTA329 Van Diemen's Land 1642--1850        12.5%        H
HTA231 Tasmanian History from 1856         12.5%                         H
HTA331 Tasmanian History from 1856         12.5%                         H
HTA234 Europe in the High Middle Ages      12.5%        H
HTA334 Europe in the High Middle Ages      12.5%        H
HTA235 Faith in Asia:Origin & Change       12.5%
HTA335 Faith in Asia:Origin & Change       12.5%
         Holy Lands, Strange Lands: The
HTA237                                     12.5%                         H
         Medieval World 1000-c.1300
         Holy Lands, Strange Lands: The
HTA337                                     12.5%                         H
         Medieval World 1000-c.1300
         History and Film: Twentieth-
HTA238                                     12.5%                         H
         Century Perspectives
         History and Film: Twentieth-
HTA338                                     12.5%                         H
         Century Perspectives
         The Rise of Nations: Europe
HTA239                                     12.5%        H
         1830-70
         The Rise of Nations: Europe
HTA339                                     12.5%        H
         1830-70


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  Unit                 Title             Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring    Summer   Winter
                                                External(H,L,W,
HTA240 Australian History 1788--1990s     12.5%
                                                      I,N)
                                                   External(H,L,W,
HTA340 Australian History 1788--1990s     12.5%
                                                         I,N)
                                                                           L,W
HTA242 Colonial USA, 1607--1789           12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                           L,W
HTA342 Colonial USA, 1607--1789           12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
HTA243 USA: The Nation from 1789          12.5%
HTA343 USA: The Nation from 1789          12.5%
HTA244 Modern Britain 1832-1990           12.5%
HTA344 Modern Britain 1832-1990           12.5%
HTA245 Revolutions of the Mind            12.5%
HTA345 Revolutions of the Mind            12.5%
       The Road to War: Europe 1870-
HTA246                                    12.5%                            H
       1914
         The Road to War: Europe 1870-
HTA346                                    12.5%                            H
         1914
                                                      L,W
HTA249 Atlantic Worlds, 1450--1807        12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                      I,N)
                                                      L,W
HTA349 Atlantic Worlds, 1450--1807        12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                      I,N)
HTA252 African--American History          12.5%          L
HTA352 African--American History          12.5%          L
       Race and Politics in Southern
HTA253                                    12.5%
       African History
         Race and Politics in Southern
HTA353                                    12.5%
         African History
HTA255 War and Peace in the Pacific       12.5%
HTA355 War and Peace in the Pacific       12.5%
       Barbarian Kingdoms: Medieval
HTA256                                    12.5%
       Europe AD 300-700
         Barbarian Kingdoms: Medieval
HTA356                                    12.5%
         Europe AD 300-700
         Vikings and Vassals: Medieval
HTA257                                    12.5%
         Europe AD 700-1000
         Vikings and Vassals: Medieval
HTA357                                    12.5%
         Europe AD 700-1000
         Renaissance & Reformation
HTA258                                    12.5%                            H
         Europe
         Renaissance & Reformation
HTA358                                    12.5%                            H
         Europe
                                                                             H
HTA271 Australian Environmental History 12.5%                        External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                             H
HTA371 Australian Environmental History 12.5%                        External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
         History of the Indigenous Peoples
HTA275                                     12.5%
         of North America
         History of the Indigenous Peoples
HTA375                                     12.5%
         of North America
                                                                           L,W
HTA290 History and Heritage               12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
                                                                           L,W
HTA390 History and Heritage               12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                           I,N)
HTA399 Special Topic in History           12.5%         H,L               H,L
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the History major):


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   Unit                    Title                Weight      Sem 1        Sem 2   Full Yr     Spring        Summer         Winter
 HAB209 Bass Strait Islanders                   12.5%
 HAB309 Bass Strait Islanders                   12.5%
        The Pursuit of Empire: Philip,
 HTC200                                         12.5%         H
        Alexander and Rome
             The Pursuit of Empire: Philip,
 HTC300                                         12.5%         H
             Alexander and Rome
 HTC201 Roman Republic 133--31 BC               12.5%                    H,L,W
 HTC301 Roman Republic 133--31 BC               12.5%                    H,L,W
        Roman Empire: Tiberius to
 HTC202                                         12.5%
        Hadrian
             Roman Empire: Tiberius to
 HTC302                                         12.5%
             Hadrian
 HTC203 Roman Imperial Society                  12.5%
 HTC303 Roman Imperial Society                  12.5%
             Monuments of Rome: Image and
 HTC207                                         12.5%                     H
             Ideology
             Monuments of Rome: Image and
 HTC307                                         12.5%                     H
             Ideology
             Women in Greek and Roman
 HTC221                                         12.5%
             Antiquity
             Women in Greek and Roman
 HTC321                                         12.5%
             Antiquity
 HTC227 Conquest and Colonization               12.5%
 HTC327 Conquest and Colonization               12.5%


Indonesian
 A major sequence in Indonesian consists of HMN101 and HMN102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. For students
commencing the Indonesian major at 200 level, the major consists of 100% of level 200/300 units. There are core units in the
Indonesian major.
   Unit                    Title                Weight      Sem 1        Sem 2   Full Yr     Spring        Summer         Winter
CORE UNITS
HMN207 Indonesian Reading & Writing A           12.5%        H,L
HMN208 Indonesian Reading & Writing B           12.5%                     H,L
HMN313 Advanced Indonesian A                    12.5%        H,L
HMN314 Advanced Indonesian B                    12.5%                     H,L
ELECTIVE UNITS
       Intermediate Indonesian
HMN202                                          12.5%        H,L
       (Conversation)
             Intermediate Indonesian
HMN203                                          12.5%
             (Conversation) (Padang)
             Intermediate Indonesian (Reading
HMN204                                           25%
             and Writing) (Padang)
HMN211 Media and Society in Indonesia           12.5%
HMN311 Media and Society in Indonesia           12.5%
HMN303 Interpreting and Translation             12.5%
       Indonesian Literature and its                          H,L
HMN304                                          12.5%
       Social Context                                    External(H,L)
HMN305 Contemporary Indonesian Texts            12.5%
             Advanced Indonesian Language
HMN306                                           25%
             Skills (Padang)
             Indonesian Literature in Context
HMN307                                          12.5%
             (Padang)
             Popular Culture and Resistance in
HMN309                                         12.5%                      H,L
             Indonesia
HMN315 Reading Indonesian A                     12.5%        H,L
HMN316 Reading Indonesian B                     12.5%                     H,L


International Relations
A major sequence in International Relations consists of HSG101 and HSG102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%.
There are core units in the International Relations major.


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   Unit                   Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
CORE UNITS: must complete a minimum of 25% from the following units
 HSR200 International Security                12.5%                        H,L
 HSR300 International Security                12.5%                        H,L
 HSR201 Great Power Foreign Policies          12.5%        H
 HSR301 Great Power Foreign Policies          12.5%        H
        Approaches to International
 HSA202                                       12.5%       H,L
        Relations
           Approaches to International
 HSA302                                       12.5%       H,L
           Relations
                                                                            H,L
 HSD241 Global Political Economy              12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                            I,N)
                                                                            H,L
 HSD341 Global Political Economy              12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                            I,N)
ELECTIVE UNITS: must complete 4 units (50%) from the following streams
Stream 1: Issues in International Relations
           Approaches to International
 HSA202                                       12.5%       H,L
           Relations
           Approaches to International
 HSA302                                       12.5%       H,L
           Relations
           Foreign Correspondence: Foreign
 HSA262                                    12.5%
           Policy and the Media
           Foreign Correspondence: Foreign
 HSA362                                    12.5%
           Policy and the Media
                                                            H
           Espionage, Terror and Global
 HSA270                                       12.5% External(H,L,W,
           Disorder
                                                          I,N)
                                                            H
           Espionage, Terror and Global
 HSA370                                       12.5% External(H,L,W,
           Disorder
                                                          I,N)
 HSD229 Global Environmental Policy           12.5%                        H,L
 HSD329 Global Environmental Policy           12.5%                        H,L
 HSD242 Antarctic and Oceans Policy           12.5%       H,L
 HSD342 Antarctic and Oceans Policy           12.5%       H,L
 HSR200 International Security                12.5%                        H,L
 HSR300 International Security                12.5%                        H,L
 HSR201 Great Power Foreign Policies          12.5%        H
 HSR301 Great Power Foreign Policies          12.5%        H
Stream 2: History and Economics International Relations
 HTA210 Cold War Europe, 1945--1989           12.5%
 HTA310 Cold War Europe, 1945--1989           12.5%
        The Experience of War. History,
 HTA216                                       12.5%        H
        Myth and Memory
           The Experience of War. History,
 HTA316                                       12.5%        H
           Myth and Memory
           Independence and Revolution in
 HTA224                                       12.5%
           Modern Asia
           Independence and Revolution in
 HTA324                                       12.5%
           Modern Asia
 HTA255 War and Peace in the Pacific          12.5%
 HTA355 War and Peace in the Pacific          12.5%
 HSD208 Business--Government Relations        12.5%
 HSD308 Business--Government Relations        12.5%
                                                                            H,L
 HSD241 Global Political Economy              12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                            I,N)
                                                                            H,L
 HSD341 Global Political Economy              12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                            I,N)
BMA281 Introduction to International          12.5%                     H,L,G,J,M


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   Unit                   Title                Weight      Sem 1       Sem 2     Full Yr        Spring        Summer          Winter
           Business
           Managing Business in the Asia
BMA285                                         12.5%     H,L,G,J,M
           Pacific
           Managing Business in the Asia
BMA385                                         12.5%         H,L
           Pacific
 BEA303 Trade Principles and Policy            12.5%                    H
LAW663 International Trade                     12.5%                    H
Stream 3: International Law, Human Rights and International Justice
 HSA201 Race and Ethnic Politics               12.5%          H
 HSA301 Race and Ethnic Politics               12.5%          H
        The Politics of International
 HSA271                                        12.5%                   H,L
        Justice
           The Politics of International
 HSA371                                        12.5%                   H,L
           Justice
           Political Activism: Local to
 HSG202                                        12.5%
           Global
           Political Activism: Local to
 HSG302                                        12.5%
           Global
 HSG203 International Cooperation              12.5%
 HSG303 International Cooperation              12.5%
                                                           H,L
           Third World Development
 HSG207                                        12.5% External(H,L,W,
           Politics
                                                           I,N)
                                                           H,L
           Third World Development
 HSG307                                        12.5% External(H,L,W,
           Politics
                                                           I,N)
           Law of the Oceans and the
LAW606                                         12.5%                    H
           Antarctic
LAW608 Law of Nations                          12.5%
LAW631 International Law                       12.5%          H
LAW634 Human Rights                            12.5%                    H
Stream 4: Regional Challenges
           Building Blocs: Economic
 HSG204                                        12.5%
           Regionalism
           Building Blocs: Economic
 HSG304                                        12.5%
           Regionalism
 HSG208 Inside the New Europe                  12.5%         H,L
 HSG308 Inside the New Europe                  12.5%         H,L
 HSA222 Comparative Political Systems          12.5%                    H
 HSA322 Comparative Political Systems          12.5%                    H
        Politics of Democratisation, East
 HSA227                                        12.5%
        and West
           Politics of Democratisation, East
 HSA327                                        12.5%
           and West
 HSA240 Australian Foreign Policy              12.5%
 HSA340 Australian Foreign Policy              12.5%
 HSA258 International Relations of Asia        12.5%                    H
 HSA358 International Relations of Asia        12.5%                    H
HMA260 Reporting Asia                          12.5%         H,L
HMA360 Reporting Asia                          12.5%         H,L
LAW636 Law of the European Union               12.5%
IMPORTANT NOTE: students may select a maximum of 25% in units offered outside the Faculty of Arts. These are identified as unit codes
commencing with BEA, BMA or LAW.

Japanese
 A major sequence in Japanese consists of HMJ101 and HMJ102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. For students
commencing the Japanese major at 200 level, the major consists of 100% of level 200/300 units. There are core units in the Japanese
major.
   Unit                   Title                Weight      Sem 1       Sem 2     Full Yr        Spring        Summer          Winter
CORE UNITS


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  Unit                  Title              Weight   Sem 1      Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring       Summer         Winter
 HMJ204 Japanese 2 Core Skills A           12.5%     H
 HMJ205 Japanese 2 Core Skills B           12.5%                 H
 HMJ206 Japanese in Practice 2A            12.5%    H,L,W
 HMJ207 Japanese in Practice 2B            12.5%               H,L,W
PLUS A MINIMUM OF 25% FROM THE FOLLOWING UNITS
 HMJ306 Reading Japanese                   12.5%               H,L,W
 HMJ308 Writing Japanese                   12.5%                 H
 HMJ311 Japanese 3 Core Skills A           12.5%    H,L,W
 HMJ312 Japanese in Practice 3A            12.5%     H
 HMJ210 Japan in the 21st Century          12.5%               H,L,W
 HMJ310 Japan in the 21st Century          12.5%               H,L,W
 HMJ313 Research Project A                 12.5%     H,L
 HMJ314 Research Project B                 12.5%                H,L
 HMJ331 Modern Japanese Literature         12.5%
 HMJ334 Japanese Film                      12.5%               H,L,W
        Professional Translation of
 HMJ335                                    12.5%
        Japanese
          Japanese for Business and
 HMJ336                                    12.5%                 H
          Tourism
          Japanese-English, English-
 HMJ337                                    12.5%     H
          Japanese Interpreting
 HMJ340 Japanese Literature in Film        12.5%


Journalism, Media and Communications
 A major sequence in Journalism, Media and Communications consists of HEJ101 and HEJ102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a
total of 100%. There are core units in the Journalism, Media and Communications major.
  Unit                  Title              Weight   Sem 1      Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring       Summer         Winter
CORE UNITS
 HEJ209 Ethics in Journalism               12.5%                 H
 HEJ309 Ethics in Journalism               12.5%                 H
       Foundations of Media and
LAW602                                     12.5%     H,L
       Information Technology Law
ELECTIVE UNITS
 HEJ201 Feature Writing                    12.5%     H
 HEJ301 Feature Writing                    12.5%     H
 HEJ202 Environmental Journalism           12.5%
 HEJ302 Environmental Journalism           12.5%
 HEJ203 Television Journalism              12.5%                 H
 HEJ303 Television Journalism              12.5%                 H
 HEJ205 Public Relations                   12.5%
 HEJ305 Public Relations                   12.5%
 HEJ213 Radio Journalism                   12.5%     H
 HEJ313 Radio Journalism                   12.5%     H
 HEJ219 Online Journalism                  12.5%     H
 HEJ319 Online Journalism                  12.5%     H
 HEJ221 Shaping the Word                   12.5%
 HEJ321 Shaping the Word                   12.5%
 HEJ222 Journalism: the People's Witness   12.5%
 HEJ322 Journalism: the People's Witness   12.5%
 HEJ223 Imaging News                       12.5%                 H
 HEJ323 Imaging News                       12.5%                 H
 HEJ224 Television Theory                  12.5%     H
 HEJ324 Television Theory                  12.5%     H
 HEJ318 Professional Placement             12.5%                 H
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Journalism, Media and Communications


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   Unit                 Title             Weight     Sem 1        Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
major):
 BFA290 Financial Reporting               12.5%        H
 BFA390 Financial Reporting               12.5%        H
BMA255 Marketing Communications           12.5%     H,L,J,M
 HEA207 Writing About Science             12.5%
 HEA307 Writing About Science             12.5%
 HEA290 Writing Narrative                 12.5%
 HEA390 Writing Narrative                 12.5%
 HEF214 Linguistics of French Newstexts   12.5%
 HEF314 Linguistics of French Newstexts   12.5%
 HGA203 Social and Political Research     12.5%       H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research     12.5%       H,L
        Mass Media and Contemporary
 HGA273                                   12.5%                    H
        Societies
          Mass Media and Contemporary
 HGA373                                   12.5%                    H
          Societies
HMA260 Reporting Asia                     12.5%       H,L
HMA360 Reporting Asia                     12.5%       H,L
HMN211 Media and Society in Indonesia     12.5%
HMN311 Media and Society in Indonesia     12.5%
 HSA203 Media and Politics                12.5%        H
 HSA303 Media and Politics                12.5%        H
 HSA204 Politics in Literature and Film   12.5%
 HSA304 Politics in Literature and Film   12.5%
        Foreign Correspondence: Foreign
 HSA262                                 12.5%
        Policy and the Media
          Foreign Correspondence: Foreign
 HSA362                                   12.5%
          Policy and the Media
                                                        H
          Espionage, Terror and Global
 HSA270                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Disorder
                                                      I,N)
                                                        H
          Espionage, Terror and Global
 HSA370                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Disorder
                                                      I,N)
 HSD227 Media Policy                      12.5%
 HSD327 Media Policy                      12.5%
LAW652 Media Law                          12.5%                    H


Latin
A major sequence in Latin consists of HTL101 and HTL102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are no core
units in Latin major.
   Unit                 Title             Weight     Sem 1        Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
 HTL217 Intermediate Latin A              12.5%        H
 HTL219 Intermediate Latin B              12.5%                    H
 HTL220 Intermediate Latin Grammar        12.5%        H           H
 HTL301 Special Topic in Latin            12.5%        H           H
 HTL317 Advanced Latin A                  12.5%        H
 HTL319 Advanced Latin B                  12.5%                    H


Logic and Philosophy of Science
 A major sequence in Logic and Philosophy of Science consists of 25% level 100 Philosophy ( HPA101 and HPA102) or ( HPA181
and HPA182) plus 25% level 100 Science plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 125%. There are no core units in the Logic and
Philosophy of Science major.
   Unit                 Title             Weight     Sem 1        Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
 HPA207 Philosophy of Mind                12.5%        L
 HPA307 Philosophy of Mind                12.5%        L
 HPA208 Metaphysical Puzzles              12.5%


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   Unit                Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring     Summer         Winter
 HPA308 Metaphysical Puzzles             12.5%
                                                                          H,L
 HPA213 Philosophy of Science            12.5%
                                                                    External(W,I,N)
                                                                          H,L
 HPA313 Philosophy of Science            12.5%
                                                                    External(W,I,N)
 HPA216 Theory of Knowledge              12.5%
 HPA316 Theory of Knowledge              12.5%
 HPA218 Philosophy of Biology            12.5%          H
 HPA318 Philosophy of Biology            12.5%          H
 HPA256 Philosophy and Cosmology         12.5%                           H,L                                  L
 HPA356 Philosophy and Cosmology         12.5%                           H,L                                  L
                                               External(H,L,W,
 HPA274 Science and Religion             12.5%
                                                     I,N)
                                                  External(H,L,W,
 HPA374 Science and Religion             12.5%
                                                        I,N)
 HPA291 Introduction to Logic            12.5%        H,L,W
 HPA391 Introduction to Logic            12.5%        H,L,W
 HPA292 Logic and Philosophy             12.5%                           H,L
 HPA392 Logic and Philosophy             12.5%                           H,L
 HPA294 The Logic of Decision            12.5%         H,L
 HPA394 The Logic of Decision            12.5%         H,L


Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies
 A major sequence in Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies consists of KGA151/152 or KGA161/162 or KGA121/122 plus
75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are no core units in the Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies major,
however, students must select a minimum of 12.5% from each of Lists 1, 2 and 3.
   Unit                Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring     Summer         Winter
LIST 1
 KGG245 Introduction to GIS              12.5%          H
 KGA209 Biogeography and Climatology     12.5%                            H
        Natural Environment Field
 KGA213                                  12.5%                                                             H,L,W
        Techniques
 KGA226 Environmental Geomorphology      12.5%         H,L
 KGA326 Environmental Geomorphology      12.5%         H,L
 KGA227 Conservation Geomorphology       12.5%          H
 KGA327 Conservation Geomorphology       12.5%          H
 KGA233 Forest Ecosystems                12.5%          L
 KGA333 Forest Ecosystems                12.5%          L
 KGA234 Agroforestry                     12.5%                           L,W
 KGA334 Agroforestry                     12.5%                           L,W
        Wilderness Ecology and
 KGA279                                  12.5%                            L
        Management
          Wilderness Ecology and
 KGA379                                  12.5%                            L
          Management
 KGA321 Microclimatology                 12.5%                            H
 KGA331 Vegetation Management            12.5%                            H
 KGA332 Fauna Conservation Management 12.5%             H
 KGA365 Environmental Remote Sensing     12.5%          H
        Environmental Impact
 KGA381                                  12.5%                            H
        Assessment
LIST 2
                                                 H,L,W,N,O
          Social & Environmental
 BFA207                                  12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Accounting
                                                    N,O)
                                                 H,L,W,N,O
          Social & Environmental
 BFA307                                  12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Accounting
                                                    N,O)
 HGA233 Mass Social Movements            12.5%


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  Unit                 Title             Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
HGA333 Mass Social Movements             12.5%
HGA251 Tourism, Sport and Leisure        12.5%                  H
HGA351 Tourism, Sport and Leisure        12.5%                  H
HSD229 Global Environmental Policy       12.5%                 H,L
HSD329 Global Environmental Policy       12.5%                 H,L
HSD230 Australian Environmental Policy   12.5%     H,L
HSD330 Australian Environmental Policy   12.5%     H,L
HSD239 Asian Environmental Justice       12.5%
HSD339 Asian Environmental Justice       12.5%
HSD242 Antarctic and Oceans Policy       12.5%     H,L
HSD342 Antarctic and Oceans Policy       12.5%     H,L
KGA202 Geography of Asia                 12.5%                 H,L
KGA302 Geography of Asia                 12.5%                 H,L
KGA223 Environmental Management          12.5%    H,G
KGA323 Environmental Management          12.5%     H
       Wilderness and Natural Area
KGA278                                   12.5%                 H,L
       Management
          Wilderness and Natural Area
KGA378                                   12.5%     G           H,L                      G
          Management
BMA206 Eco and Nature-based Tourism      12.5%                H,L,W
BMA306 Eco and Nature-based Tourism      12.5%                H,L,W
BMA207 Sustainable Tourism               12.5%    H,L,W
BMA307 Sustainable Tourism               12.5%    H,L,W
LIST 3
          Wilderness and Natural
 FFA235                                  12.5%     L
          Environment
          Wilderness and Natural
 FFA335                                  12.5%     L
          Environment
 FFD204 Drawing in the Landscape         12.5%
 FFD304 Drawing in the Landscape         12.5%
        Art, Natural Environment and
 FSZ250                                  12.5%                  H
        Technology
          Art, Natural Environment and
 FSZ350                                  12.5%                  H
          Technology
          Art, Natural Environment and
 FSZ251                                  12.5%     H                                             H
          Wilderness
          Art, Natural Environment and
 FSZ351                                  12.5%     H                                             H
          Wilderness
HAB256 Dispossession in Tasmania         12.5%
HAB356 Dispossession in Tasmania         12.5%
HEA214 Literature of Tasmania            12.5%                  H
HEA314 Literature of Tasmania            12.5%                  H
HEA293 American Nature Writing           12.5%
HEA393 American Nature Writing           12.5%
HGA261 Sociology of Nature               12.5%
HGA361 Sociology of Nature               12.5%
HPA277 Environmental Ethics              12.5%
HPA377 Environmental Ethics              12.5%
                                                                  H
HTA271 Australian Environmental History 12.5%             External(H,L,W,
                                                                I,N)
                                                                  H
HTA371 Australian Environmental History 12.5%             External(H,L,W,
                                                                I,N)
KGA240 Historical Geography              12.5%
KGA340 Historical Geography              12.5%
KGA272 Understanding Place               12.5%     H,L
KGA372 Understanding Place               12.5%     H,L

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Philosophy
 A major sequence in Philosophy consists of 25% of level 100 Philosophy units (HPA101, HPA102, HPA181. HPA182, HPA103) plus
75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are no core units in the Philosophy major.
   Unit                   Title          Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer      Winter
 HPA200 Contemporary Bioethics           12.5%
 HPA300 Contemporary Bioethics           12.5%
 HPA201 Philosophy and Literature        12.5%
 HPA301 Philosophy and Literature        12.5%
 HPA204 Place and Environment            12.5%         H,W
 HPA304 Place and Environment            12.5%         H,W
 HPA206 Postmodernism                    12.5%
 HPA306 Postmodernism                    12.5%
 HPA207 Philosophy of Mind               12.5%          L
 HPA307 Philosophy of Mind               12.5%          L
 HPA208 Metaphysical Puzzles             12.5%
 HPA308 Metaphysical Puzzles             12.5%
                                                     H,L
 HPA209 The Meaning of Life              12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                     I,N)
                                                       H,L
 HPA309 The Meaning of Life              12.5%    External(L,W,I,         H
                                                        N)
 HPA210 Theories of Ethics               12.5%          H
 HPA310 Theories of Ethics               12.5%          H
 HPA212 Professional Ethics              12.5%                            H
 HPA312 Professional Ethics              12.5%                            H
                                                                          H,L
 HPA213 Philosophy of Science            12.5%
                                                                    External(W,I,N)
                                                                          H,L
 HPA313 Philosophy of Science            12.5%
                                                                    External(W,I,N)
 HPA215 Art, Media and Culture           12.5%          H
 HPA315 Art, Media and Culture           12.5%          H
 HPA216 Theory of Knowledge              12.5%
 HPA316 Theory of Knowledge              12.5%
 HPA218 Philosophy of Biology            12.5%          H
 HPA318 Philosophy of Biology            12.5%          H
                                                     H,L
 HPA219 Buddhist Philosophy              12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                     I,N)
                                                        H,L
 HPA319 Buddhist Philosophy              12.5%
                                                  External(W,I,N)
 HPA221 Ideas and Faiths                 12.5%
 HPA321 Ideas and Faiths                 12.5%
 HPA222 Aboriginal Philosophy            12.5%                                                             H
 HPA322 Aboriginal Philosophy            12.5%                                                             H
 HPA223 Ethics and the Postmodern Age    12.5%
 HPA323 Ethics and the Postmodern Age    12.5%
                                                                            H
 HPA225 Existentialism and Beyond        12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                          I,N)
                                                                            H
 HPA325 Existentialism and Beyond        12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                          I,N)
 HPA227 Philosophies of Modernity        12.5%                            H
 HPA327 Philosophies of Modernity        12.5%                            H
        Philosophy of History and
 HPA228                                  12.5%
        Society
             Philosophy of History and
 HPA328                                  12.5%
             Society


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  Unit                Title                 Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
                                                                               L
HPA233 Self and Subjectivity                12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                             I,N)
                                                                               L
HPA333 Self and Subjectivity                12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                             I,N)
         Zen and Tao: East Asian
HPA234                                      12.5%                           H,L
         Philosophy
         Zen and Tao: East Asian
HPA334                                      12.5%                           H,L
         Philosophy
                                                                       External(H,L,W,
HPA242 Law, Society and Morality            12.5%
                                                                             I,N)
                                                                       External(H,L,W,
HPA342 Law, Society and Morality            12.5%
                                                                             I,N)
HPA256 Philosophy and Cosmology             12.5%                           H,L                               L
HPA356 Philosophy and Cosmology             12.5%                           H,L                               L
       Ancient and Medieval
HPA266                                      12.5%          H
       Philosophy
         Ancient and Medieval
HPA366                                      12.5%          H
         Philosophy
                                                                       External(H,L,W,
HPA268 Modern Philosophy                    12.5%
                                                                             I,N)
                                                                       External(H,L,W,
HPA368 Modern Philosophy                    12.5%
                                                                             I,N)
HPA270 Sex, Gender and Philosophy           12.5%          H
HPA370 Sex, Gender and Philosophy           12.5%          H
HPA271 Philosophy and the Body              12.5%                            H
HPA371 Philosophy and the Body              12.5%                            H
                                                  External(H,L,W,
HPA274 Science and Religion                 12.5%
                                                        I,N)
                                                     External(H,L,W,
HPA374 Science and Religion                 12.5%
                                                           I,N)
         Indo-Tibetan History, Philosophy
HPA276                                       25%                                                              O
         and Culture
         Indo-Tibetan History, Philosophy
HPA376                                       25%                                                              O
         and Culture
HPA277 Environmental Ethics                 12.5%
HPA377 Environmental Ethics                 12.5%
HPA286 The Methods of Philosophy            12.5%                            H
HPA386 The Methods of Philosophy            12.5%                            H
HPA288 Philosophy of Language               12.5%
HPA388 Philosophy of Language               12.5%
HPA289 Political Philosophy                 12.5%                                                             H
HPA389 Political Philosophy                 12.5%                                                             H
HPA291 Introduction to Logic                12.5%        H,L,W
HPA391 Introduction to Logic                12.5%        H,L,W
HPA292 Logic and Philosophy                 12.5%                           H,L
HPA392 Logic and Philosophy                 12.5%                           H,L
HPA294 The Logic of Decision                12.5%         H,L
HPA394 The Logic of Decision                12.5%         H,L
HPA296 Affect and the Unconcious            12.5%
HPA396 Affect and the Unconcious            12.5%
       Buddhism, Ethics and
HPA297                                      12.5%
       Nonviolence
         Buddhism, Ethics and
HPA397                                      12.5%
         Nonviolence
HPA398 Special Topic in Philosophy          12.5%         H,L               H,L
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Philosophy major):
HTA235 Faith in Asia:Origin & Change        12.5%
HTA335 Faith in Asia:Origin & Change        12.5%


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Political Science
 A major sequence in Political Science consists HSG101 and HSG102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are no
core units in the Political Science major.
   Unit                   Title                Weight     Sem 1        Sem 2   Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
 HSA201 Race and Ethnic Politics               12.5%        H
 HSA301 Race and Ethnic Politics               12.5%        H
        Approaches to International
 HSA202                                        12.5%       H,L
        Relations
           Approaches to International
 HSA302                                        12.5%       H,L
           Relations
 HSA203 Media and Politics                     12.5%        H
 HSA303 Media and Politics                     12.5%        H
 HSA204 Politics in Literature and Film        12.5%
 HSA304 Politics in Literature and Film        12.5%
 HSA210 Political Ideologies                   12.5%
 HSA310 Political Ideologies                   12.5%
        Political Thought: Liberal
 HSA212                                        12.5%
        Democracy
           Political Thought: Liberal
 HSA312                                        12.5%
           Democracy
 HSA222 Comparative Political Systems          12.5%                    H
 HSA322 Comparative Political Systems          12.5%                    H
        Politics of Democratisation, East
 HSA227                                        12.5%
        and West
           Politics of Democratisation, East
 HSA327                                        12.5%
           and West
 HSA240 Australian Foreign Policy              12.5%
 HSA340 Australian Foreign Policy              12.5%
 HSA241 Australian Political Institutions      12.5%
 HSA341 Australian Political Institutions      12.5%
 HSA258 International Relations of Asia        12.5%                    H
 HSA358 International Relations of Asia        12.5%                    H
        Tasmanian Politics and
 HSA260                                        12.5%                   H,L
        Australian Federalism
           Tasmanian Politics and
 HSA360                                        12.5%                   H,L
           Australian Federalism
           Foreign Correspondence: Foreign
 HSA262                                    12.5%
           Policy and the Media
           Foreign Correspondence: Foreign
 HSA362                                    12.5%
           Policy and the Media
                                                             H
           Espionage, Terror and Global
 HSA270                                        12.5% External(H,L,W,
           Disorder
                                                           I,N)
                                                             H
           Espionage, Terror and Global
 HSA370                                        12.5% External(H,L,W,
           Disorder
                                                           I,N)
           The Politics of International
 HSA271                                        12.5%                   H,L
           Justice
           The Politics of International
 HSA371                                        12.5%                   H,L
           Justice
 HSA361 Parliamentary Internship               12.5%       H,L         H,L
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Political Science major):
           Sex, Drugs and Toxic Waste:
 HSD207                                        12.5%                   H,L
           Risk and Regulation
           Sex, Drugs and Toxic Waste:
 HSD307                                        12.5%                   H,L
           Risk and Regulation
 HSD208 Business--Government Relations         12.5%
 HSD308 Business--Government Relations         12.5%
 HSD230 Australian Environmental Policy        12.5%       H,L
 HSD330 Australian Environmental Policy        12.5%       H,L
 HSD241 Global Political Economy               12.5%                   H,L

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   Unit                 Title              Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer          Winter
                                                                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)
                                                                         H,L
 HSD341 Global Political Economy           12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)
 HSD242 Antarctic and Oceans Policy        12.5%       H,L
 HSD342 Antarctic and Oceans Policy        12.5%       H,L
 HSG200 Approaches to Political Analysis   12.5%                        H,L
 HSG300 Approaches to Political Analysis   12.5%                        H,L
        Contemporary Issues in
 HSG201                                    12.5%
        Government
          Contemporary Issues in
 HSG301                                    12.5%
          Government
          Political Activism: Local to
 HSG202                                    12.5%
          Global
          Political Activism: Local to
 HSG302                                    12.5%
          Global
 HSG203 International Cooperation          12.5%
 HSG303 International Cooperation          12.5%
          Building Blocs: Economic
 HSG204                                    12.5%
          Regionalism
          Building Blocs: Economic
 HSG304                                    12.5%
          Regionalism
 HSG205 Re-inventing Governance            12.5%
 HSG305 Re-inventing Governance            12.5%
 HSG206 Special Topic in Government        12.5%       H,L              H,L                                  H,L
 HSG306 Special Topic in Government        12.5%       H,L              H,L                                  H,L
                                                       H,L
          Third World Development
 HSG207                                    12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Politics
                                                       I,N)
                                                       H,L
          Third World Development
 HSG307                                    12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Politics
                                                       I,N)
 HSG208 Inside the New Europe              12.5%       H,L
 HSG308 Inside the New Europe              12.5%       H,L
 HSR200 International Security             12.5%                        H,L
 HSR300 International Security             12.5%                        H,L
 HSR201 Great Power Foreign Policies       12.5%        H
 HSR301 Great Power Foreign Policies       12.5%        H
 HAB241 Indigenous Political Indentities   12.5%
 HAB341 Indigenous Political Indentities   12.5%
 HGA203 Social and Political Research      12.5%       H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research      12.5%       H,L
 HGA204 Survey Research                    12.5%
 HGA304 Survey Research                    12.5%
HMA260 Reporting Asia                      12.5%       H,L
HMA360 Reporting Asia                      12.5%       H,L
          Asian Ethnic and Religious
HMA261                                     12.5%                         H
          Politics
          Asian Ethnic and Religious
HMA361                                     12.5%                         H
          Politics


Psychology
 A major sequence in Psychology consists of KHA101 and KHA102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are core
units in the Psychology major. Students intending to apply for BA(Honours) in Psychology will need to complete additional units -
refer to the Psychology section within the Science Disciplines section of the Handbook
   Unit                 Title              Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring      Summer          Winter
CORE UNITS
 KHA201 Research Methods 2                 12.5%       H,L



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   Unit                  Title           Weight   Sem 1         Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer         Winter
 KHA350 Research Methods 3               12.5%     H,L
ELECTIVE UNITS
           Lifespan Developmental
 KHA202                                  12.5%                    H
           Psychology
           Lifespan Developmental
 KHA302                                  12.5%                    H
           Psychology
 KHA205 Clinical Psychology              12.5%      H
 KHA305 Clinical Psychology              12.5%      H
 KHA207 Social Psychology                12.5%     H,L
 KHA307 Social Psychology                12.5%     H,L
        Health & Rehabilitation
 KHA209                                  12.5%
        Psychology
           Health & Rehabilitation
 KHA309                                  12.5%
           Psychology
 KHA212 Peace, Conflict & Law            12.5%
 KHA312 Peace, Conflict & Law            12.5%
 KHA214 Learning & Skilled Performance   12.5%      H
 KHA314 Learning & Skilled Performance   12.5%      H
 KHA215 Organisational Psychology        12.5%
 KHA315 Organisational Psychology        12.5%
 KHA217 States of Consciousness          12.5%
 KHA317 States of Consciousness          12.5%
 KHA219 Educational Psychology           12.5%
 KHA319 Educational Psychology           12.5%
 KHA224 Sensation & Perception           12.5%                    H
 KHA324 Sensation & Perception           12.5%                    H
 KHA228 Cognitive Social Psychology      12.5%
 KHA328 Cognitive Social Psychology      12.5%
 KHA231 Psychology of Language           12.5%                    H
 KHA331 Psychology of Language           12.5%                    H
        Clinical and Counselling
 KHA255                                  12.5%
        Psychology
           Clinical and Counselling
 KHA355                                  12.5%
           Psychology
 KHA256 Applied Topics in Psychology     12.5%                    L
 KHA356 Applied Topics in Psychology     12.5%                    L
        Community & Environmental
 KHA257                                  12.5%      L
        Psychology
           Community & Environmental
 KHA357                                  12.5%      L
           Psychology
 KHA259 Health Psychology                12.5%
 KHA359 Health Psychology                12.5%
        Development Through the
 KHA262                                  12.5%                    L
        Lifespan
           Development Through the
 KHA362                                  12.5%                    L
           Lifespan
 KHA303 Human Neuroscience               12.5%                    H
 KHA306 Cognition and Memory             12.5%                    H
        Individual Differences and
 KHA329                                  12.5%      H
        Psychological Assessment
           Assessment & Individual
 KHA352                                  12.5%                    L
           Differences
 KHA353 Cognitive Psychology             12.5%                    L
        Behavioural Neuroscience and
 KHA358                                  12.5%      L
        Neuropsychology


Public Policy
 A major sequence in Public Policy consists HSG101 and HSG102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are no
core units in the Public Policy major.

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  Unit                  Title              Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2         Full Yr        Spring        Summer    Winter
HSD205 Policing and Governance             12.5%                 H,L
HSD305 Policing and Governance             12.5%                 H,L
       Sex, Drugs and Toxic Waste:
HSD207                                     12.5%                 H,L
       Risk and Regulation
          Sex, Drugs and Toxic Waste:
HSD307                                     12.5%                 H,L
          Risk and Regulation
HSD208 Business--Government Relations      12.5%
HSD308 Business--Government Relations      12.5%
HSD223 Regional Development Policy         12.5%                 H,L
HSD323 Regional Development Policy         12.5%                 H,L
HSD227 Media Policy                        12.5%
HSD327 Media Policy                        12.5%
HSD229 Global Environmental Policy         12.5%                 H,L
HSD329 Global Environmental Policy         12.5%                 H,L
HSD230 Australian Environmental Policy     12.5%    H,L
HSD330 Australian Environmental Policy     12.5%    H,L
HSD231 Social Policy in Welfare States     12.5%
HSD331 Social Policy in Welfare States     12.5%
HSD239 Asian Environmental Justice         12.5%
HSD339 Asian Environmental Justice         12.5%
HSD240 Women and Public Policy             12.5%                                                                 H
HSD340 Women and Public Policy             12.5%                                                                 H
                                                                  H,L
HSD241 Global Political Economy            12.5%            External(H,L,W,
                                                                  I,N)
                                                                  H,L
HSD341 Global Political Economy            12.5%            External(H,L,W,
                                                                  I,N)
HSD242 Antarctic and Oceans Policy         12.5%    H,L
HSD342 Antarctic and Oceans Policy         12.5%    H,L
HSD243 Understanding Public Policy         12.5%    H,L
HSD343 Understanding Public Policy         12.5%    H,L
HSD316 Public Sector Internship            12.5%    H,L          H,L
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Public Policy major):
HSA240 Australian Foreign Policy           12.5%
HSA340 Australian Foreign Policy           12.5%
HSA241 Australian Political Institutions   12.5%
HSA341 Australian Political Institutions   12.5%
       Tasmanian Politics and
HSA260                                     12.5%                 H,L
       Australian Federalism
          Tasmanian Politics and
HSA360                                     12.5%                 H,L
          Australian Federalism
HSG200 Approaches to Political Analysis    12.5%                 H,L
HSG300 Approaches to Political Analysis    12.5%                 H,L
       Contemporary Issues in
HSG201                                     12.5%
       Government
          Contemporary Issues in
HSG301                                     12.5%
          Government
          Political Activism: Local to
HSG202                                     12.5%
          Global
          Political Activism: Local to
HSG302                                     12.5%
          Global
HSG203 International Cooperation           12.5%
HSG303 International Cooperation           12.5%
       Building Blocs: Economic
HSG204                                     12.5%
       Regionalism
          Building Blocs: Economic
HSG304                                     12.5%
          Regionalism



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   Unit                Title              Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 HSG205 Re-inventing Governance           12.5%
 HSG305 Re-inventing Governance           12.5%
 HSG206 Special Topic in Government       12.5%        H,L             H,L                                             H,L
 HSG306 Special Topic in Government       12.5%        H,L             H,L                                             H,L
                                                      H,L
          Third World Development
 HSG207                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Politics
                                                      I,N)
                                                      H,L
          Third World Development
 HSG307                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Politics
                                                      I,N)
 HSG208 Inside the New Europe             12.5%        H,L
 HSG308 Inside the New Europe             12.5%        H,L
 HSR200 International Security            12.5%                        H,L
 HSR201 Great Power Foreign Policies      12.5%         H
 HSR201 Great Power Foreign Policies      12.5%         H
 HSR301 Great Power Foreign Policies      12.5%         H
 HGA203 Social and Political Research     12.5%        H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research     12.5%        H,L
 HGA204 Survey Research                   12.5%
 HGA304 Survey Research                   12.5%
 HGA236 Understanding Organisations       12.5%
 HGA336 Understanding Organisations       12.5%

Social Ecology
The Social Ecology major is available to Hobart students only. It is currently in teach out mode in Launceston with the last intake into the
major in 2004.
A major sequence in Social Ecology consists of 25% level 100 units plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are core
units in the Social Ecology major.
   Unit                Title              Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
CORE UNITS
 HGE203 Sociology of Underdevelopment     12.5%         H
 HGE303 Sociology of Underdevelopment     12.5%         H
 HGE204 Sociology of Population Change    12.5%                         H
 HGE304 Sociology of Population Change    12.5%                         H
 HGA203 Social and Political Research     12.5%        H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research     12.5%        H,L
ELECTIVE UNITS
 HGE210 Urban Sociology                   12.5%
 HGE310 Urban Sociology                   12.5%
        The Environment, Crime and
 HGE211                                   12.5%                         H
        Social Regulation
          The Environment, Crime and
 HGE311                                   12.5%                         H
          Social Regulation
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Social Ecology major)
          Environmental and Resource
 BEA301                                   12.5%
          Economics
 BEA306 Economics of Human Resources      12.5%
                                                  H,L,W,N,O
          Social & Environmental
 BFA207                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Accounting
                                                     N,O)
                                                  H,L,W,N,O
          Social & Environmental
 BFA307                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
          Accounting
                                                     N,O)
          Community Health and Medicine
CAM206                                    12.5%         H
          2
          Community Health and Medicine
CAM207                                    12.5%                         H
          2
 CNA246 Perspectives on Ageing            12.5%                         L
 CNA316 Community and Mental Health       37.5%       H,L,W           H,L,W                                          H,L,W


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   Unit                  Title            Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring     Summer         Winter
            Practice                               External(N)      External(N)                         External(N)
                                                                        H,L
            Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB206                                   12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
            Tasmania
                                                                        I,N)
                                                                        H,L
            Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB306                                   12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
            Tasmania
                                                                        I,N)
 HGA206 Crime and Criminal Justice        12.5%        H
 HGA306 Crime and Criminal Justice        12.5%        H
        Science, Technology and
 HGA220                                   12.5%
        Contemporary Society
            Science, Technology and
 HGA320                                   12.5%
            Contemporary Society
            Social Problems and Social
 HGA223                                   12.5%        L                H
            Policy
            Social Problems and Social
 HGA323                                   12.5%        L                H
            Policy
 HGA231 Migrants in Australian Society    12.5%
 HGA331 Migrants in Australian Society    12.5%
                                                     H,L,N
 HGA239 Health Sociology                  12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                      I,N)
                                                      H,L
 HGA339 Health Sociology                  12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                      I,N)
                                                                          L
 HGA259 Sociology of Deviance             12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                        I,N)
                                                                          L
 HGA359 Sociology of Deviance             12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                        I,N)
 HGA261 Sociology of Nature               12.5%
 HGA361 Sociology of Nature               12.5%
 HGA262 Social Inequality                 12.5%
 HGA362 Social Inequality                 12.5%
 HGA272 Gender and Power                  12.5%
 HGA372 Gender and Power                  12.5%
 HGA277 Sociology of Youth                12.5%                         L
 HGA377 Sociology of Youth                12.5%                         L
 HGA297 Refugees and Australian Society   12.5%
 HGA397 Refugees and Australian Society   12.5%
 HSD205 Policing and Governance           12.5%                        H,L
 HSD305 Policing and Governance           12.5%                        H,L
 HSD223 Regional Development Policy       12.5%                        H,L
 HSD323 Regional Development Policy       12.5%                        H,L
 HSD231 Social Policy in Welfare States   12.5%
 HSD331 Social Policy in Welfare States   12.5%
                                                      H,L
            Third World Development
 HSG207                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
            Politics
                                                      I,N)
                                                      H,L
            Third World Development
 HSG307                                   12.5% External(H,L,W,
            Politics
                                                      I,N)
 KGA273 Sustainable Cities                12.5%        H
 KGA373 Sustainable Cities                12.5%        H


Sociology
A major sequence in Sociology consists of HGA101 and HGA102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are core
units in the Sociology major.
   Unit                  Title            Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring     Summer         Winter
CORE UNITS


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  Unit                 Title               Weight     Sem 1            Sem 2         Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
                                                                           L
         Sociological Analysis of Modern
HGA202                                     12.5%        H          External(H,L,W,
         Society
                                                                         I,N)
HGA203 Social and Political Research       12.5%       H,L
HGA303 Social and Political Research       12.5%       H,L
ELECTIVE UNITS
HGA204 Survey Research                     12.5%
HGA304 Survey Research                     12.5%
HGA206 Crime and Criminal Justice          12.5%        H
HGA306 Crime and Criminal Justice          12.5%        H
HGA207 Sociology of Law                    12.5%
HGA307 Sociology of Law                    12.5%
                                                         H
         Love, Family and Sexuality:
HGA212                                     12.5% External(H,L,W,
         East--West Comparison
                                                       I,N)
                                                         H
         Love, Family and Sexuality:
HGA312                                     12.5% External(H,L,W,
         East--West Comparison
                                                       I,N)
HGA219 Magic, Spirituality and Religion    12.5%
HGA319 Magic, Spirituality and Religion    12.5%
       Science, Technology and
HGA220                                     12.5%
       Contemporary Society
         Science, Technology and
HGA320                                     12.5%
         Contemporary Society
HGA221 The Individual and Society          12.5%
HGA321 The Individual and Society          12.5%
       Social Problems and Social
HGA223                                     12.5%        L                H
       Policy
         Social Problems and Social
HGA323                                     12.5%        L                H
         Policy
HGA230 Qualitative Research Methods        12.5%                        H,L
HGA330 Qualitative Research Methods        12.5%                        H,L
HGA231 Migrants in Australian Society      12.5%
HGA331 Migrants in Australian Society      12.5%
HGA233 Mass Social Movements               12.5%
HGA333 Mass Social Movements               12.5%
HGA236 Understanding Organisations         12.5%
HGA336 Understanding Organisations         12.5%
                                                      H,L,N
HGA239 Health Sociology                    12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                       I,N)
                                                       H,L
HGA339 Health Sociology                    12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                       I,N)
HGA251 Tourism, Sport and Leisure          12.5%                         H
HGA351 Tourism, Sport and Leisure          12.5%                         H
       Cultures and Societies of
HGA254                                     12.5%
       Southeast Asia
         Cultures and Societies of
HGA354                                     12.5%
         Southeast Asia
                                                                           L
HGA259 Sociology of Deviance               12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)
                                                                           L
HGA359 Sociology of Deviance               12.5%                   External(H,L,W,
                                                                         I,N)
HGA261 Sociology of Nature                 12.5%
HGA361 Sociology of Nature                 12.5%
HGA262 Social Inequality                   12.5%
HGA362 Social Inequality                   12.5%



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   Unit                 Title                Weight    Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
 HGA272 Gender and Power                     12.5%
 HGA372 Gender and Power                     12.5%
        Mass Media and Contemporary
 HGA273                                      12.5%                       H
        Societies
          Mass Media and Contemporary
 HGA373                                      12.5%                       H
          Societies
 HGA277 Sociology of Youth                   12.5%                       L
 HGA377 Sociology of Youth                   12.5%                       L
 HGA297 Refugees and Australian Society      12.5%
 HGA397 Refugees and Australian Society      12.5%
 HGA299 Australian Society                   12.5%
 HGA399 Australian Society                   12.5%
        Understanding Contemporary
 HGA302                                      12.5%                       H
        Societies
CROSS-LISTED UNITS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES (these units are permitted to count toward the Sociology major):
 HGE203 Sociology of Underdevelopment        12.5%       H
 HGE303 Sociology of Underdevelopment        12.5%       H
 HGE204 Sociology of Population Change       12.5%                       H
 HGE304 Sociology of Population Change       12.5%                       H
 HGE210 Urban Sociology                      12.5%
 HGE310 Urban Sociology                      12.5%
        The Environment, Crime and
 HGE211                                      12.5%                       H
        Social Regulation
          The Environment, Crime and
 HGE311                                      12.5%                       H
          Social Regulation
                                                                          H
          Indigeneity, Citizenship and the
 HAB248                                      12.5%                External(H,L,W,
          State
                                                                        I,N)
                                                                          H
          Indigeneity, Citizenship and the
 HAB348                                      12.5%                External(H,L,W,
          State
                                                                        I,N)
 HSD231 Social Policy in Welfare States      12.5%
 HSD331 Social Policy in Welfare States      12.5%
        Political Activism: Local to
 HSG202                                      12.5%
        Global
          Political Activism: Local to
 HSG302                                      12.5%
          Global


Second/Third-year units from outside the BA (Level 200/300, Groups 2A & 3A)
Second-Third-year level units from outside the BA schedule are referred to as Group 2A/3A units. All disciplines not listed within the
second/third-year units (Group 2/3, Level 200/300) schedule are considered to be Group A units.
Restrictions apply to the number of Group A units that can be counted towards the BA degree for graduation purposes. They are 25% at
first-year level (Level 100, Group 1A) and 75% at second/third-year levels (Level 200/300, Group 2A/3A). Examples of Group A
disciplines are: Music, Fine Arts, Visual & Performing Arts, Computing, Management, Information Systems, Tourism etc

A Major in Fine Arts in the BA
BA students wishing to undertake study in Fine Arts may do so and still be within the specifications of their degree course. Students must
attend an interview, bringing their portfolio with them.
A Fine Arts major for a BA student can comprise a major in Art and Design Theory or a major which is largely based on studio units, but
which must include a minimum of 25% Art Theory units. The total units studied must not exceed 100% (25% at level 100 and 75% over
levels 200 and 300).

1. Sample major - Studio (Hbt)

Year 1            Painting                                                25%

Year 2            Painting 2A and Painting 2B                             25%

                  Theory 1A                                               12.5%

Year 3            Painting 3A                                             25%

                  Theory 1B                                               12.5%


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                                                                            Major total 100%

2. Sample major - Art & Design Theory (Hbt)

Year1              Theory 1A + 1B                                           25%

Year 2             Theory 2                                                 25%

                   Elective (eg Drawing)                                    12.5%

Year 3             Theory 3                                                 25%

                   Elective (eg Drawing)                                    12.5%

                                                                            Major total 100%

2. Sample major - Studio (Ltn)

Year 1             Intro to 2D Studies                                      12.5%

                   Intro to 3D Studies                                      12.5%

Year 2             3D Studies electives                                     25%

                   Intro to Cultural Practices                              12.5%

Year 3             3D Studies electives                                     25%

                   Background to Contemporary Art and Design                12.5%

                                                                            Major total 100%



A Major in Music in the BA
BA students wishing to undertake a major in Music may do so and still be within the specifications of their degree course. Students from
other degrees may also undertake a major in Music, subject to the specifications of their degrees. Note that some units have entrance
requirements and all units require enrolment approval from the Conservatorium
Students must take a core of 4 units in one of four streams (core studies, theory, composition or history), plus 4 x 12.5% electives a total of
100%.

Schedule

Choose one of the following streams:

Stream A: Core Studies
   Unit                     Title                Weight   Sem 1         Sem 2           Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
One of the following Music History units:
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)          12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)               12.5%     H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)            12.5%                     H
Plus either FCC120 or *FCN120
           Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                                          12.5%     H
           (Classical)
           Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                                          12.5%     H
           (Contemporary)
Plus either FCC210 or *FCN210
           Intermediate Core Studies
 FCC210                                          12.5%                     H
           (Classical)
           Intermediate Core Studies
 FCN210                                          12.5%                     H
           (Contemporary)
Plus either FCC220 or *FCN220
           Advanced Core Studies
 FCC220                                          12.5%     H
           (Classical)
           Advanced Core Studies
 FCN220                                          12.5%     H
           (Contemporary)
Plus 4 x 12.5% electives.




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Stream B: Theory
   Unit                     Title              Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
One of the following Music History units:
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)        12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)             12.5%           H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)          12.5%                             H
Plus
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                           12.5%           H
 FCT220 Advanced Theory                        12.5%                             H
 FCT230 Form & Analysis                        12.5%           H
Plus 4 x 12.5% electives.


Stream C: Composition
   Unit                     Title              Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                           12.5%           H
 FCM114 Composition 1A                         12.5%           H                 H
 FCM124 Composition 1B                         12.5%           H                 H
 FCM214 Composition 2A                         12.5%           H                 H
Plus 4 x 12.5% electives.


Stream D: History
   Unit                     Title              Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Choose 4 units from the following:
 FCX110 Classic Tracks: Music on Record        12.5%           H
 FCX210 Classic Tracks: Music on Record        12.5%           H
 FCB112 History of Jazz                        12.5%           H
 FCB212 History of Jazz                        12.5%           H
 FCB116 Rock Revolution                        12.5%                             H
 FCB216 Rock Revolution                        12.5%                             H
 FCB122 World Music                            12.5%                             H
 FCB222 World Music                            12.5%                             H
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)        12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)             12.5%           H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)          12.5%                             H
 FCH311 Studies in Musicology                  12.5%           H
 FCH321 Music Research Seminar                 12.5%                             H
plus 4 x 12.5% electives


Electives
   Unit                     Title              Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Students may choose from any unit listed above, if not already being taken, or from the following:
 FCG110 Foundation Musicianship                12.5%                             H
 FCG120 Foundation Theory                      12.5%                             H
 FCB118 Music Typesetting                      12.5%           H
 FCB218 Music Typesetting                      12.5%           H
 FCB117 Diction                                12.5%           H
 FCB217 Diction                                12.5%           H
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                       12.5%           H                 H
 FCB111 Audio Design                           12.5%           H
 FCB121 Advanced Audio Design                  12.5%                             H
 FCB314 MIDI & Digital Audio                   12.5%           H
 FCB324 Advanced MIDI & Digital Audio          12.5%
 FCB311 Orchestration                          12.5%                             H



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   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr          Spring           Summer            Winter
 FCC110 Professional Practice                 12.5%
 FCB113 Music Teaching and Learning           12.5%                            H
Or any Ensemble Studies units listed in the BMus schedule Note 1: students may take no more than 50% of level 100 units Note 2: an audition is required for
entry into any Ensemble Studies unit




Honours
Students wishing to apply for enrolment in the BMus(Hons) must have completed a BMus degree.

A Major in Information Systems in the BA
A major sequence in Information Systems consists of BSA101 and BSA102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%.
There are core units in the Information Systems major.
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr          Spring           Summer            Winter
CORE UNITS
 BSA201 Systems Analysis and Design           12.5%         H,L,J             F,J                                 G
 BSA203 Information Management                12.5%                           H,L                                 G
           IS Strategic Planning &
 BSA303                                       12.5%           H                                                   G
           Management
 BSA301 IS Project Management                 12.5%        H,L,G                                                                   H
ELECTIVE UNITS
           Systems Development
 BSA202                                       12.5%           G               H,L
           Methodologies
 BSA204 Business Logistics                    12.5%          H,L
 BSA206 Database Management Systems           12.5%        H,L,G,J
 BSA207 Web Management                        12.5%                           H,L                                                  F
 BSA302 IS Project                            12.5%           H                H                                  G
 BSA304 Decision Support Systems              12.5%                          H,L,W                                G
 BSA306 Electronic Commerce                   12.5%          H,L
 BSA307 Electronic Commerce Project           12.5%                           H,L
 BSA308 Advanced Systems Development          12.5%                            H


A Major in Tourism in the BA
A major sequence in Tourism consists of HGT101 and HGT102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are core units in
the Tourism major.
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr          Spring           Summer            Winter
CORE UNITS
BMA206 Eco and Nature-based Tourism           12.5%                          H,L,W
BMA306 Eco and Nature-based Tourism           12.5%                          H,L,W
BMA207 Sustainable Tourism                    12.5%        H,L,W
BMA307 Sustainable Tourism                    12.5%        H,L,W
BMA209 International Issues in Tourism        12.5%                          H,L,W
BMA309 International Issues in Tourism        12.5%                          H,L,W
BMA210 Interpretation for Tourism             12.5%        H,L,W
BMA310 Interpretation for Tourism             12.5%        H,L,W
PLUS EITHER BMA205 OR HGA203/303 (please note that if undertaking a Tourism and a Sociology major, HGA2/303 will count towards the Tourism major.
Students then take an additional Sociology elective to count towards the Sociology major).
BMA205 Business Research Methods              12.5%                         H,L,J,M
 HGA203 Social and Political Research         12.5%          H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research         12.5%          H,L
PLUS EITHER BMA252 OR BMA225/325 OR BMA353
BMA252 Buyer Behaviour                        12.5%                            H                                                   L
       Human Resource Management in
BMA225                                        12.5%                          H,L,M
       the Service Industries
           Human Resource Management in
BMA325                                        12.5%                           H,L
           the Service Industries



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   Unit                Title              Weight       Sem 1            Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
BMA353 Services Marketing                  12.5%      H,L,J,M



A Major in Human Resource Management in the BA
 A major sequence in Human Resource Management consists of BMA101 and BMA121 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of
100%. There are core units in the Human Resource Management major.
   Unit                Title              Weight       Sem 1            Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
CORE UNIT
BMA302 Strategic Management                12.5%                       H,L,M                                            H,J,M
ELECTIVE UNITS: students choose 62.5% (or 5 units) from:
BMA201 Organisational Behaviour            12.5%      H,L,J,M                                             G             H,J,M
BMA205 Business Research Methods           12.5%                       H,L,J,M
BMA224 Human Resource Development          12.5%        H,L
BMA324 Human Resource Development          12.5%       H,L,M
       Human Resource Management in
BMA225                                     12.5%                       H,L,M
       the Service Industries
          Human Resource Management in
BMA325                                     12.5%                         H,L
          the Service Industries
BMA241 Workplace Relations                 12.5%       H,L,M
       International Human Resource
BMA381                                     12.5%       H,L,M
       Management
Under certain circumstances, a core HRM unit may be replaced by one of the following nominated electives, subject to Faculty Officer-ARTS
approval:
 BFA281 Financial Management               12.5%                       H,L,W                                              H
BMA291 Managerial Social Responsibility    12.5%                         H,L
BMA391 Managerial Social Responsibility    12.5%                       H,L,M
       Strategic Issues in Human
BMA330                                     12.5%                         H,L
       Resource Management


A Major in Marketing in the BA
A major sequence in Marketing consists of BMA101 and BMA151 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are core
units in the Marketing major.
   Unit                Title              Weight       Sem 1            Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
CORE UNIT
BMA302 Strategic Management                12.5%                       H,L,M                                            H,J,M
ELECTIVE UNITS: students choose 62.5% (or 5 units) from:
BMA201 Organisational Behaviour            12.5%      H,L,J,M                                             G             H,J,M
BMA205 Business Research Methods           12.5%                       H,L,J,M
BMA252 Buyer Behaviour                     12.5%                          H                                               L
BMA255 Marketing Communications            12.5%      H,L,J,M
BMA351 Marketing Management                12.5%         H
BMA353 Services Marketing                  12.5%      H,L,J,M
Under certain circumstances, a core MRK unit may be replaced by one of the following nominated electives, subject to Faculty Officer-ARTS
approval:
 BFA281 Financial Management               12.5%                       H,L,W                                              H
BMA208 Electronic Marketing                12.5%                         H,L
BMA308 Electronic Marketing                12.5%                       H,L,J,M
BMA282 International Marketing             12.5%                         H,L
BMA382 International Marketing             12.5%                       H,L,J,M
BMA291 Managerial Social Responsibility    12.5%                         H,L
BMA391 Managerial Social Responsibility    12.5%                       H,L,M




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A Major in Computing
A major sequence in Computing consists of KXT101 and KXT102 plus 75% of level 200/300 units - a total of 100%. There are core
units in the Computing major.
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
CORE UNIT
 KXA253 Software Design                    12.5%                         H,L
ELECTIVE UNITS in second-year: students choose 12.5% (or 1 unit) from:
 KXA251 Algorithms and Metrics             12.5%         H,L
 KXA252 Artificial Intelligence            12.5%         H,L
 KXA254 Operating Systems                  12.5%                         H,L
 KXA262 Computer Security                  12.5%                         H,L
 KXA281 Advanced Web Development           12.5%         H,L
ELECTIVE UNITS in third-year: students choose 50% (or 4 units) from:
 KXA351 Software Engineering Project A     12.5%         H,L              L
 KXA352 Software Engineering Project B     12.5%          L              H,L
 KXA353 Software Systems                   12.5%         H,L
 KXA354 Computer Graphics & Animation      12.5%                         H,L
        Mobile and Ubiquitous
 KXA355                                    12.5%                         H,L
        Computing
 KXA356 Computer Networks                  12.5%         H,L
 KXA357 Programming Paradigms              12.5%                         H,L
 KXA358 Human-Computer Interaction         12.5%         H,L
 KXA359 Knowledge-Based Systems            12.5%         H,L
 KXA362 Computer Security                  12.5%                         H,L
 KXA381 Advanced Web Development           12.5%         H,L



                                         Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - R4A ( BA(Hons) )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 1yr, Maximum 2 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
This on-campus, 1 year full time (or, at the discretion of the relevant School, 2 consecutive years part time) course is available at Hobart and
Launceston. Candidates whose work has been interrupted by illness or other unavoidable cause may be permitted to complete their course
over a longer period of time.
Candidates wishing to apply for a place must submit an application form, obtainable from Student Administration, by mid-December of the
year before that in which they wish to commence study. The accompanying Schedule lists the disciplines which offer honours courses.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours:

       must have qualified for admission to the degree of Bachelor of Arts, or another approved Bachelor degree, in this University or
       another approved tertiary institution;
       if a candidate from another approved tertiary institution, must have qualified for admission to a fourth year honours course in the
       proposed discipline of study or a cognate discipline;
       are required by Faculty to have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 6.0 or better in the 200 and 300 level units forming a major in that
       discipline. Currently, the GPA is calculated on the basis of a HD=9, DN=7.5, CR=6.5, PP/FP=5.5; TP=5.0, NN=4.0 for the units at
       200 and 300 level in the proposed discipline;
       if undertaking a combined honours program, should qualify for entry in both disciplines to be studied;
       should consult the following schedule for full details of discipline offerings as some disciplines prescribe additional units and a
       standard in the major higher than the Faculty minimum GPA for entry to their honours program.

Admission in semester 2 is possible in some programs. Contact the relevant school for information.

BA(Hons) course specifications are published in the Calendar, copies of which are held in the University Library, Student Administration,
School Offices and the Faculty Office, and is available on the Web starting at http://www.admin.utas.edu.au/HANDBOOKS/handbooks.html



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Objectives
The Bachelor of Arts with Honours course allows candidates to pursue in-depth study in the discipline or disciplines of their choice and at
the same time to demonstrate a level of excellence that will allow them to pursue higher degree studies.

Career Outcomes
In Australia and around the world, employers are increasingly seeing graduates who can speak and write clearly; who are computer literate
and understand how to use technology; who know about other countries, cultures and societies; who can solve problems creatively; and who
have developed that flexibility of thought which technical and vocational training rarely encourages. Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts
(Honours) degree find jobs in, for example: advertising, journalism, radio and television; the arts, heritage and museology; diplomacy,
interpreting and tourism; management, marketing and administration; politics, the public service, the police force and the armed forces;
teaching, research and publishing; psychology, counselling and community work.

Articulation To Course
Persons who have successfully completed the Bachelor of Arts with Honours may apply for entry to a higher degree (Masters or PhD) in
accordance with policies governing candidature for such admission.

Miscellaneous Information

General provisions
The Dean may, on the recommendation of the Head of School, grant a candidate an extension of time for the completion of a thesis where a
thesis is required as part of an honours examination.

Except by special permission of the Faculty there is no re-examination for honours in any one discipline.

The classes of honours are First Class, Second Class, and Third Class. There is an upper and lower division in the second class.

Candidates who have obtained honours in one course may proceed to honours in another course provided that they undertake a further year's
work and provided that the discipline or disciplines which comprise the earlier course are not included in the later course.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

A candidate for the degree must pursue either a single course of study in one honours discipline, or a joint course of study in two honours
disciplines.

The disciplines which may be studied as single honours courses are those listed in the schedule which follows. Unless exempted by the
Faculty, a candidate may not enrol in the Honours course in a discipline listed unless the corresponding prerequisite requirements have been
obtained.

Joint honours courses consist of such combinations of the disciplines listed in the schedule as Faculty may from time to time approve. A
candidate may not enrol in a joint honours course unless permitted to do so by the Faculty on the recommendation of the heads of the two
Schools concerned. Candidates must either have passed the prerequisite units prescribed in the schedule for both the proposed disciplines or
have otherwise satisfied the heads of the two Schools that they are sufficiently qualified to undertake the joint course.

Candidates undertake a program comprising a number of coursework units and a research thesis. Candidates should consult individual
discipline entries for full details.

Schedules
Schedule of Courses
   Unit                Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
 HAB400 Aboriginal Studies 4 Honours        0%          H,L             H,L
 HAB401 Aboriginal Studies 4 Honours        0%          H,L             H,L
HMA400 Asian Studies 4 Honours              0%          H,L             H,L
HMA401 Asian Studies 4 Honours              0%          H,L             H,L
HMC400 Chinese 4 Honours                    0%         H,L,O           H,L,O
HMC401 Chinese 4 Honours                    0%         H,L,O           H,L,O
 HTC400 Classics 4 (Honours)                0%
 HTC401 Classics 4 (Honours)                0%
 HEA400 English 4 Honours                   0%          H,L             H,L
 HEA401 English 4 Honours                   0%          H,L             H,L
 HEF400 French (Honours)                    0%           H               H
 HEF401 French (Honours)                    0%           H               H


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   Unit                Title             Weight       Sem 1          Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring         Summer            Winter
 HAF400 Gender Studies Honours             0%           H              H
 HAF401 Gender Studies Honours             0%           H              H
        Geography and Environmental
 KGA402                                   100%
        Studies 4
          Geography and Environmental
 KGA403                                   50%
          Studies 4
 HEG400 German 4 Honours                   0%           H              H
 HEG401 German 4 Honours                   0%           H              H
 HTA498 History 4 (Honours)                0%
 HTA499 History 4 (Honours)                0%
HMN400 Indonesian 4                        0%         H,L,O           H,O
HMN401 Indonesian 4                        0%         H,L,O          H,L,O
          Journalism, Media and
 HEJ400                                    0%           H              H
          Communications Honours
          Journalism, Media and
 HEJ401                                    0%           H              H
          Communications Honours
 HMJ400 Japanese 4 Honours                 0%           H              H
 HMJ401 Japanese 4 Honours                 0%           H              H
 HPA400 Philosophy 4                       0%          H,L            H,L
 HPA401 Philosophy 4                       0%          H,L            H,L
 HSA400 Political Science 4 Honours        0%          H,L            H,L
 HSA401 Political Science 4 Honours        0%          H,L            H,L
 KHA402 Psychology 4 (Honours)             0%          H,L            H,L
 KHA415 Psychology 4 (Honours)             0%          H,L
 HSD400 Public Policy 4 Honours            0%          H,L            H,L
 HSD401 Public Policy 4 Honours            0%          H,L            H,L
 HGE400 Social Ecology 4 Honours           0%           H              H
 HGE401 Social Ecology 4 Honours           0%           H              H
 HGA400 Sociology 4 (Honours)              0%          H,L            H,L
 HGA401 Sociology 4 (Honours)              0%          H,L            H,L




                               Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business - R3U ( BA,BBus )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 4yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): Arts: (03) 6226 2061, Business: (03) 6226 2009

Introduction
The 4-year full-time combined degree of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business is offered on the Launceston and Hobart campuses by
the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Business. A restricted program is available at the Cradle Coast Campus. For further information,
contact the Faculty of Businessor the Faculty of Arts.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BBus in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Possession of the University's minimum entry requirements including in the case of Tasmanian school-leavers TCE MT730 Mathematics
Applied.

Objectives
The objectives of the combined degrees are:
      to complement traditional studies in humanities and social sciences with a wide range of management, accounting, marketing and
      business skills;
      to broaden the opportunities of Business students to undertake studies in languages and area studies.

Career Outcomes
Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business could expect to obtain employment in accounting, finance, international
business, human resource or personnel management, marketing, journalism and public relations, government and teaching.

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Articulation From Course
Students who have completed the Advanced Diploma of Business and have been admitted to the course will receive credit for the core
compulsory units in Business. Credit towards the Business component on the basis of other qualifications may apply. Please contact the
Faculty of Business for further information.

Professional Recognition
If students wish to be eligible for membership of a professional body they will need to select units endorsed by that body. The faculty offers
units to enable students to join the following professional bodies:
    Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
    CPA Australia
    Australian Human Resources Institute
    Australian Institute of Management
    Australian Marketing Institute
    Chartered Institute of Company Secretaries in Australia
    Australian Institute of Banking and Finance
    Australian Computer Society
Membership details may be obtained from the relevant Schools or the professional body.

Course Structure
These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BBus in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

To qualify for Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business students must successfully complete 32 units (400%) comprising: 16 (12.5%) units
(200%) from Business and (200%) from Arts. The Business component must include 8 core units and one Business major of 8 units.

In the Bachelor of Arts component, students must meet the following requirements:
         50% from level 100 Group 1 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from level 200 Group 2 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from level 300 Group 3 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from level 200/300 Group 2/3 units from the BA schedule;
         within this 200% of units, students must complete the requirements for a major in one discipline totalling a minimum of 100%. A
         major is normally made up of 25% of level 100 units plus 75% of level 200/300 units. Units studied outside the BA or BBus
         schedules will not count towards the combined degree.

Schedules
Sample Course Structure


Year 1


Bachelor of Business
   Unit                  Title             Weight       Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer          Winter
 BSA101 Business Information Systems       12.5%       H,L,W,J           H,L                              G
BMA101 Introduction to Management          12.5%      H,L,W,G,J          H,L
 BFA141 Commercial Transactions            12.5%                     H,L,W,G,J                            H
Elective 12.5%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title             Weight       Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer          Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 100) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 100) 25%


Year 2


Bachelor of Business
   Unit                  Title             Weight       Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer          Winter
        Accounting and Financial
 BFA103                                    12.5%       H,L,W,J           G                                H
        Decision Making
 BEA110 Economics for Business             12.5%      H,L,W,G,J                                           H               H
 BEA140 Quantitative Methods               12.5%          G            H,L,W                                              H
Elective 12.5%



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   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
Business core units = 100%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 200) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 200) 25%


Year 3


Bachelor of Business
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
Business major unit 1 12.5%
Business major unit 2 12.5%
Business major unit 3 12.5%
Business major unit 4 12.5%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 200/300) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 200/300) 25%


Year 4


Bachelor of Business
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
Business major unit 5 12.5%
Business major unit 6 12.5%
Business major unit 7 12.5%
Business major unit 8 12.5%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1       Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 300 units) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 300 units) 25%
Major A = 100%; Other subjects = 100%




                                 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Computing - R3S ( BA-BComp )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart: Launceston: Cradle Coast: (first year only)
Course Duration: Minimum 4yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): Arts: (03)6226 2061, Computing: (03) 6324 3347

Introduction
This four year (minimum) combined degree of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Computing is offered on the Launceston and Hobart
campuses, and the first year at the Cradle Coast Campus, by the Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology. The
course is studied on-campus, although some Bachelor of Arts units are offered by distance education. Subject to attendance and timetable
requirements, part-time studies are also available. Students have a maximum of ten years to complete the course.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BComp in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants are expected to meet the normal requirements set by the University for entry to degree courses. No specific course or subject

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prerequisites apply.

Objectives
Technical competence acquired from the Computing component of the degree will be enhanced by the communication, analytical and
problem solving skills acquired from the Arts units. Around the world, employers increasingly seek graduates who can speak and write
clearly; who are computer literate and understand how to use technology; who know about other countries, cultures and societies; who can
solve problems creatively; and who have developed flexibility of thought.

In addition to the objectives of the Bachelor of Computing program, the Bachelor of Arts component aims, with the emphasis varying
according to the particular program chosen, to develop students' abilities in the following areas:
         written expression, linguistic skills and creative self-expression
         capacity to analyse and interpret in a dispassionate and objective manner
         capacity for reasoned criticism and marshalling facts in support of arguments
         research techniques, data acquisition and analysis
         evaluating the possible outcomes of alternative courses of action

Career Outcomes
The specific course objectives of the Bachelor of Computing are as follows:
         to provide a thorough introduction to the theory and practice of computing;
         to produce computing professionals with the ability to apply new and emerging computing technologies to create solutions in the
         workplace;
         to provide a broad base of computing knowledge to support lifelong learning in the field of computing.

Articulation From Course
If students have completed the TAFE Diploma of Information Technology they may be granted up to four units advanced standing in the
Bachelor of Computing.

Professional Recognition
Students of the combined degree are eligible for student membership of the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and the Institute of
Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). On completion of the degree and entry into the computing profession, graduates can apply to
become full members these bodies.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BComp in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Students are required to complete 400% weighting of units, half of them taken from the Bachelor of Arts schedule and the other half from
the Bachelor of Computing schedule.

In the BComp component, students must complete 200% from the Bachelor of Computing schedule, provided that:

         At least 75% is from year one computing core units listed in the BComp schedule;
         50% is from year two computing core units listed in the BComp schedule;
         25% is from year three computing core units listed in the BComp schedule and
         50% is from year three computing units listed in the BComp schedule.
         In the Bachelor of Arts component, students must meet the following requirements:
         50% from level 100 Group 1 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from level 200 Group 2 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from level 300 Group 3 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from level 200/300 Group 2/3 units from the BA schedule;
         within this 200% of units, students must complete the requirements for a major in one discipline totalling a minimum of 100%. A
         major is normally made up of 25% of level 100 units plus 75% of level 200/300 units.
         Units studied outside the BA or BComp schedules will not count towards the combined degree.

Where two or more units of the same name or content are offered within the University, only one may be counted towards the degree. The
student's choice of units and the order in which they are taken are subject to approval by the deans of the respective faculties.

Schedules
Sample Course Structure


Year 1


Bachelor of Computing
   Unit                  Title              Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2            Full Yr      Spring         Summer          Winter



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   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1     Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
        Programming and Problem
 KXT101                                          12.5%    H,L,W,J
        Solving
           Programming and Data
 KXT102                                          12.5%              H,L,W
           Structures
 KXT103 Introduction to Systems                  12.5%    H,L,W
 KXT104 Data Management                          12.5%              H,L,W


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1     Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Subject A (Major) (Level 100) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 100) 25%


Year 2


Bachelor of Computing
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1     Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 KXA251 Algorithms and Metrics                   12.5%     H,L
 KXA254 Operating Systems                        12.5%               H,L
2 x Computing Schedule B Electives 25%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1     Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Subject A (Major) (Level 200) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 200) 25%


Year 3


Bachelor of Computing
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1     Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 KXA252 Artificial Intelligence                  12.5%     H,L
 KXA253 Software Design                          12.5%               H,L
2 x 12.5% Advanced Computing electives (see list below)


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1     Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 200/300) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 200/300) 25%


Year 4


Bachelor of Computing
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1     Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 KXA351 Software Engineering Project A           12.5%     H,L       L
 KXA352 Software Engineering Project B           12.5%      L        H,L
2 x 12.5% Advanced Computing electives (see list below)
BComp component = 200%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                   Weight   Sem 1     Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 300 units) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 300 units) 25%
Major A = 100%: Other subjects = 100%




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Advanced Computing Electives
   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
 KXA262 Computer Security                   12.5%                        H,L
 KXA362 Computer Security                   12.5%                        H,L
 KXA281 Advanced Web Development            12.5%        H,L
 KXA381 Advanced Web Development            12.5%        H,L
 KXA353 Software Systems                    12.5%        H,L
 KXA354 Computer Graphics & Animation       12.5%                        H,L
        Mobile and Ubiquitous
 KXA355                                     12.5%                        H,L
        Computing
 KXA356 Computer Networks                   12.5%        H,L
 KXA357 Programming Paradigms               12.5%                        H,L
 KXA358 Human-Computer Interaction          12.5%        H,L
 KXA359 Knowledge-Based Systems             12.5%        H,L


Computing Schedule B Electives
   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
 KXT105 Dynamic Web Programming             12.5%
 KXT205 Dynamic Web Programming             12.5%
          Building Interactive Multimedia
 KXT106                                     12.5%       H,L,W
          Systems
 KXE131 Introduction to Electronics         12.5%         L
        Digital Electronics and
 KXE132                                     12.5%                         L
        Microprocessors
KMA152 Calculus and Applications 1A         12.5%         H
KMA153 Data Handling and Statistics 1       12.5%         L              H,L
KMA154 Calculus and Applications 1B         12.5%                         H
          Mathematics for Computer
KMA155                                      12.5%         H
          Science 1
KMA171 Mathematics I                        12.5%    L External(W)
KMA172 Mathematics II                       12.5%                    L External(W)
 KNE122 Electrical Engineering              12.5%                         H
        Information Modelling and
 BSA102                                     12.5%         G             H,L,W                                             H,J
        Infrastructures
 HPA291 Introduction to Logic               12.5%       H,L,W
 HPA391 Introduction to Logic               12.5%       H,L,W




                                Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Economics - R3O ( BA,BEc )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 4yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): Arts: (03) 6226 2061, Economics: (03) 6226 7672

Introduction
The 4-year full-time combined degree of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Economics is offered on the Hobart campus by the Faculty of
Business and the Faculty of Arts. The first year may be completed at Launceston.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BEc in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Possession of the University's minimum entry requirements including in the case of Tasmanian school-leavers TCE MT730 Mathematics
Applied.

Students returning to study after a long absence and/or new students lacking confidence in their quantitative skills should enroll in the unit
UPP090 Bridging Maths. The major objective of the unit is to remove any Maths phobia experienced by first year students and along the
way to provide a first acquaintance of business study applications of these techniques. The unit leads gently into the elementary aspects of
BEA140 Quantitative Methods.


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Objectives
The objectives of the combined degrees are:

       to complement studies in humanities and social sciences with a solid grounding in modern economics;
       to broaden the opportunities of economics students to undertake studies in languages and area studies;
       to prepare students for eventual responsible professional posts in private and public organisation;
       to produce graduates capable of operating effectively in a rapidly changing environment;
       to develop students as persons with a life-long interest for learning in their special and related fields.

Career Outcomes
Graduates of the combined degree could expect to find positions in banking, financial management, statistics, market research, stock market,
government agencies, teaching dependent on the choice of units taken in the degree.

Articulation From Course
Students who have completed the TAFE Advanced Diploma of Business and have been admitted to the course will receive credit for up to
eight units towards the degree. The status of individual units is determined at the time of offer.

Professional Recognition
While studying students can apply to become special members of the Economic Society of Australia. See
http://www.ecosoc.org.au/members.html

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BEc in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

To qualify for Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Economics students must successfully complete 32 units comprising:

16 (200%) units from Economics; and 200% from Arts (including at least one major).

In the Bachelor of Arts component, students must meet the following requirements:

       50% from level 100 Group 1 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 200 Group 2 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 300 Group 3 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 200/300 Group 2/3 units from the BA schedule;
       within this 200% of units, students must complete the requirements for a major in one discipline totalling a minimum of 100%. A
       major is normally made up of 25% of level 100 units plus 75% of level 200/300 units.

Units studied outside the BA or BEc schedules will not count towards the combined degree.

Schedules
Sample Course Structure


Year 1

Bachelor of Economics
   Unit                  Title             Weight       Sem 1            Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring     Summer           Winter
 BEA110 Economics for Business             12.5%      H,L,W,G,J                                             H          H
 BEA130 Foundations of Economic Policy     12.5%                        H,L,W
 BEA140 Quantitative Methods               12.5%          G             H,L,W                                          H
Economics Elective 12.5%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title             Weight       Sem 1            Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring     Summer           Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 100) 25%
Choice of subjects (level 100) 25%


Year 2

Bachelor of Economics
   Unit                  Title             Weight       Sem 1            Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring     Summer           Winter
 BEA200 Intermediate Microeconomics        12.5%          H

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   Unit                  Title                Weight    Sem 1            Sem 2             Full Yr   Spring         Summer             Winter
 BEA220 Intermediate Macroeconomics           12.5%                        H
BEA241 or *BEA242
 BEA241 Research Methods for Finance          12.5%       H                                                            H
 BEA242 Introduction to Econometrics          12.5%       H
Economics Level 200/300 Elective 12.5% (level 200 recommended unless otherwise approved)


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                Weight    Sem 1            Sem 2             Full Yr   Spring         Summer             Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 200) 25%
Choice of subjects (level 200) 25%


Year 3

Bachelor of Economics
   Unit                  Title                Weight    Sem 1            Sem 2             Full Yr   Spring         Summer             Winter
Approved Economics (level 300) unit 1 12.5%
Approved Economics (level 300) unit 2 12.5%
Approved Economics (level 300) unit 3 12.5%
Approved Economics (level 300) unit 4 12.5%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                Weight    Sem 1            Sem 2             Full Yr   Spring         Summer             Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 200/300) 25%
Choice of subjects (level 200/300) 25%


Year 4

Bachelor of Economics
   Unit                  Title                Weight    Sem 1            Sem 2             Full Yr   Spring         Summer             Winter
Approved Economics (level 300) unit 1 12.5
Approved Economics (level 300) unit 2 12.5
Approved Economics (level 200/300) unit 3 12.5
Approved Economics (level 200/300) unit 4 12.5
Approved Economics electives program = 200%


Bachelor of Arts
   Unit                  Title                Weight    Sem 1            Sem 2             Full Yr   Spring         Summer             Winter
Subject A (Major) (level 300) 25%
Choice of other subjects (level 300) 25%
Major A = 100%; Choice of other subjects = 100%




                                 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts - R3T ( BA-BFA )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 4yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
This is a four-year full-time degree course, offered on the Hobart campus only, which may also be studied part time. Students have a
maximum of ten years to complete the degree.

These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BFA in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the

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applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Objectives
See course objectives for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degree courses.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BFA in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

To qualify for the combined degree, students must complete 400% from units in Groups 1, 2 and 3 of the BA and BFA schedules.

In the Bachelor of Arts component, students must meet the following requirements:

       50% from level 100 Group 1 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 200 Group 2 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 300 Group 3 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 200/300 Group 2/3 units from the BA schedule;
       within this 200% of units, students must complete the requirements for a major in one discipline totalling a minimum of 100%. A
       major is normally made up of 25% of level 100 units plus 75% of level 200/300 units.

In the BFA component, students complete either a studio major and a minor in Art and Design Theory in the BFA or a major in Art and
Design Theory along with a minor studio-based sequence and elective units to make up the remaining percentage.

Units studied outside the BA and BFA schedules will not count towards the combined degree.

Sample course

 Year 1 (100%--125%)

                           French 1                   25%

                           Philosophy 1               25%

                           Painting 1                 25%

                           Art and Design Theory 1    25%

 Year 2 (100%)

                           French 2                   25%

                           Philosophy 2               25%

                           Art and Design Theory 2    25%

                           Photography 1              25%

 Year 3 (100%)

                           French 3                   50%

                           Painting 2                 50%

 Year 4 (100%)

                           French 3                   25%

                           Philosophy 3               25%

                           Painting 3                 50%

 Totals

                           Painting major             125%

                           French major               (125%)(100% min)

                           Art and Design Theory      50% (50% min)




                               Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music - R3N ( BA-BMus )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 4yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):


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Introduction
This four-year full-time combined degree of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music is offered on the Hobart campus by the Faculty of Arts.
Students can take up to a maximum of 10 years part-time to complete the degree. Some units in the Arts component are offered by flexible
delivery or distance education.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BMus in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
As for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music.

Objectives
In addition to the educational objectives of the Bachelor of Music and the Bachelor of Arts, this combined degree has the following
objectives:

       To produce graduates who understand music and its associated humanistic arts within a wider perspective than that offered in either
       degree alone;
       To create an awareness of the roles that music composition, music history, music theory and performance can play within broader
       Arts related disciplines;
       To provide music graduates with a broader and deeper understanding of Arts disciplines such that their musical abilities are
       contextualised within wider frameworks and perspectives.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BMus in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Over the four years full-time of the degree, students complete 400% of units, comprising 200% for the B Mus component and 200% for the
BA component, and structured according to Schedules A and B below. Units studied outside the BA or BMus schedules will not count
towards the combined degree.

Schedules
Schedule A
Within the 200% of units required for the BMus component, students must complete 16 units which must include:
       a stream in Music Performance (Classical or Contemporary), Composition or Musicology totalling six units. The Musicology stream
       is made up of 4 Performance units plus two Musicology units;
       FCT110 Tonal Theory, FCT220 Advanced Theory and FCT230Form and Analysis (3 units);
       Foundation and Intermediate Core Studies (2 units);
       At least 2 units in Music History commencing with FCH220 Music History (Antiquity-1680);
       Contemporary Music students must take FCF110 Foundation Audio;
       Musicology students must take all three music history units;
       The remaining units to a total of 200% are to be taken from the BMus (F3K) Schedule;
       Classical Voice students must take FCB117 Diction;
       Composition students must take FCB118 Music Typesetting.


Year 1/2
   Unit                 Title                Weight   Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
62.5%--75% from the following list
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                         12.5%      H
 FCT220 Advanced Theory                      12.5%                      H
and FCF110 (Contemporary Music students only)
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                     12.5%      H               H
and FCB117 (Classical Voice students only)
 FCB117 Diction                              12.5%      H
and FCB118 (Composition students only)
 FCB118 Music Typesetting                    12.5%      H
Major Studies Choose one of the following pairs:
 FCM110 Orchestral Instruments 1A            12.5%      H               H
 FCM120 Orchestral Instruments 1B            12.5%      H               H


 FCM111 Keyboard 1A                          12.5%      H               H
 FCM121 Keyboard 1B                          12.5%      H               H


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   Unit                   Title                Weight       Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter


 FCM112 Guitar 1A                               12.5%        H       H
 FCM122 Guitar 1B                               12.5%        H       H


 FCM113 Voice 1A                                12.5%        H       H
 FCM123 Voice 1B                                12.5%        H       H


 FCM114 Composition 1A                          12.5%        H       H
 FCM124 Composition 1B                          12.5%        H       H
PLUS either FCC120 or *FCN120
           Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                                         12.5%        H
           (Classical)
           Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                                         12.5%        H
           (Contemporary)


Years 2, 3 and 4
   Unit                   Title                Weight       Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
125% -- 137.5% from the following
 FCT230 Form & Analysis                         12.5%        H
Choose at least two of the following music history units:
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)         12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)              12.5%        H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)           12.5%                H
Plus either FCC210 or *FCN210
           Intermediate Core Studies
 FCC210                                         12.5%                H
           (Classical)
           Intermediate Core Studies
 FCN210                                         12.5%                H
           (Contemporary)
Major Studies (Year 2) Choose one of the following pairs:
 FCM210 Orchestral Instruments 2A               12.5%        H       H
 FCM220 Orchestral Instruments 2B               12.5%        H       H


 FCM211 Keyboard 2A                             12.5%        H       H
 FCM221 Keyboard 2B                             12.5%        H       H


 FCM212 Guitar 2A                               12.5%        H       H
 FCM222 Guitar 2B                               12.5%        H       H


 FCM213 Voice 2A                                12.5%        H       H
 FCM223 Voice 2B                                12.5%        H       H


 FCM214 Composition 2A                          12.5%        H       H
 FCM224 Composition 2B                          12.5%        H       H


Major Studies (Year 3) Choose one of the following pairs:
 FCM310 Orchestral Instruments 3A               12.5%        H       H
 FCM320 Orchestral Instruments 3B               12.5%        H       H


 FCM311 Keyboard 3A                             12.5%        H       H
 FCM321 Keyboard 3B                             12.5%        H       H


 FCM312 Guitar 3A                               12.5%        H       H
 FCM322 Guitar 3B                               12.5%        H       H


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   Unit                    Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2            Full Yr         Spring         Summer        Winter


 FCM313 Voice 3A                               12.5%         H              H
 FCM323 Voice 3B                               12.5%         H              H


 FCM314 Composition 3A                         12.5%         H              H
 FCM324 Composition 3B                         12.5%         H              H


 FCH311 Studies in Musicology                  12.5%         H
 FCH321 Music Research Seminar                 12.5%                        H
Plus any unit drawn from the BMus schedule to complete a total of 200%.


Schedule B
Within the 200% of units required for the BA component, students must complete:
         50% from Level 100 Group 1 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from Level 200 Group 2 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from Level 300 Group 3 units from the BA schedule;
         50% from Level 200/300 Group 2/3 units from the BA schedule;
         within this 200% of units, students must complete the requirements for a major in one discipline totalling a minimum of 100%. A
         major is normally made up of 25% of Level 100 units plus 75% of Level 200/300 units.

Sample courses

Classical Stream
            ARTS                                       MUSIC
            COMPONENT                                  COMPONENT

                                                       Tonal Theory        Major Study 1A         Foundation Core      Major Study 1B
Year 1      History 1 (25%)        English 1 (25%)                                                                                       100%
                                                       (12.5%)             (12.5%)                Studies (12.5%)      (12.5%)

                                                       Intermediate Core   Major Study 2A         Major Study 2B       Advanced Theory
Year 2      History 2 (25%)        English 2 (25%)                                                                                       100%
                                                       Studies (12.5%)     (12.5%)                (12.5%)              (12.5%)

                                                       Post-Tonal Theory                          Major Study 3A       Music History
Year 3      History 3 (37.5%)      English 3 (12.5%)                       Ensemble A (12.5%)                                            100%
                                                       (12.5%)                                    (12.5%)              (12.5%)

                                                       Music History       Major Study 3B         Music History
Year 4      History 3 (37.5%)      English 3 (12.5%)                                                                   Ensemble B (12.5%) 100%
                                                       (12.5%)             (12.5%)                (12.5%)

            Arts 200% Major in
                                                       Music 200%
            History
Totals                                                 Completion of 16                                                                  400%
            125%(100%)
                                                       units
            minimum


Contemporary Stream
            ARTS                                       MUSIC
            COMPONENT                                  COMPONENT

                                                       Tonal Theory        Major Study 1A         Foundation Audio     Major Study 1B
Year 1      Journalism 1 (25%)     German 1 (25%)                                                                                        100%
                                                       (12.5%)             (12.5%)                (12.5%)              (12.5%)

                                                       Foundation Core     Major Study 2A         Major Study 2B
Year 2      Journalism 2 (25%)     German 2 (25%)                                                                      Ensemble A (12.5%) 100%
                                                       Studies (12.5%)     (12.5%)                (12.5%)

            Journalism 3                               Intermediate Core   Major Study 3A         Music History        Advanced Theory
Year 3                             German 3 (12.5%)                                                                                      100%
            (37.5%)                                    Studies (12.5%)     (12.5%)                (12.5%)              (12.5%)

                                                       Music History       Form and Analysis                           Major Study 3B
Year 4      Journalism 3 (50%)                                                                    Ensemble B (12.5%)                     100%
                                                       (12.5%)             (12.5%)                                     (12.5%)

            Arts 200% Major in
            Journalism, Media
                                                       Music 200%
            and
Totals                                                 Completion of 16                                                                  400%
            Communications
                                                       units
            137.5% (100%)
            minimum




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Musicology Stream
            ARTS                                     MUSIC
            COMPONENT                                COMPONENT

                                 Gender Studies 1    Tonal Theory        Major Study 1A       Foundation Core     Major Study 1B
Year 1      Philosophy 1 (25%)                                                                                                         100%
                                 (25%)               (12.5%)             (12.5%)              Studies (12.5%)     (12.5%)

                                 Gender Studies 2    Intermediate Core   Major Study 2A       Major Study 2B      Advanced Theory
Year 2      Philosophy 2 (25%)                                                                                                         100%
                                 (25%)               Studies (12.5%)     (12.5%)              (12.5%)             (12.5%)

            Philosophy 3         Gender Studies 3    Form and Analysis   Studies in                               Music History
Year 3                                                                                      Ensemble A(12.5%)                          100%
            (37.5%)              (12.5%)             (12.5%)             Musicology (12.5%)                       (12.5%)

                                                     Music History                            Music History       Musicology Seminar
Year 4      Philosophy 3 (50%)                                           Ensemble B (12.5%)                                          100%
                                                     (12.5%)                                  (12.5%)             (12.5%)

            Arts 200% Major in                       Music 200%
Totals      Philosophy (100%)                        Completion of 16                                                                  400%
            minimum                                  units




                                   Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science - R3I ( BA,BSc )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart: Launceston: Cradle Coast:
Course Duration: Minimum 4yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): Arts: (03) 6226 2249, Science: (03) 6226 2125

Introduction
The 4-year full-time combined degree of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science is offered on the Hobart and Launceston campuses by the
Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology A limited first year is offered at the North-West Centre. Some units
are available by Distance Education. In addition, some units are offered to students commencing in July.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BSc in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Minimum University entrance requirements. Students are encouraged to study some of the following subjects: *MT843 Mathematics Stage
3; *MT841 Mathematics Stage 2; *MT730 Mathematics Applied; *IF862 Computer Science; *CH856 Chemistry; *GL876 Geology;
*GG833 Geography; *EV846 Environmental Science; *PH866 Physics; *BY826 Biology; *SC786 Applied Science-Physical Sciences.
Subject (unit) prerequisites also apply.

Objectives
Students who wish to combine scientific knowledge with a liberal education will be attracted to this degree. Unique discipline combinations
are possible; for example, majors in Public Policy and Asian Studies combined with a major in Computer Science and Mathematics; or
majors in Chinese and Political Science with Geology and Geography. Students' programs can be tailored to meet the needs of an ever-
changing world.
They will acquire knowledge and skills through a wide range of disciplines chosen from: Aboriginal Studies, Ancient Civilisations, Ancient
Greek, Aquaculture, Asian Studies, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chinese, Computer Science, English, European Studies, French, Geography
and Environmental Studies, Geology, German, History, Indonesian, Japanese, Journalism and Media Studies, Latin, Mathematics,
Microbiology/Immunology, Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies, Philosophy, Physics, Plant Science, Political Science,
Psychology, Public Policy, Social Ecology, Sociology, Gender Studies, Zoology.
The program develops general abilities in the following areas:

         written expression
         linguistic skills
         creative self-expression
         capacity to analyse and interpret in a dispassionate and objective manner capacity for reasoned criticism
         data acquisition and analysis
         research techniques
         marshalling facts in support of arguments
         evaluating the possible outcomes of alternative courses of action, with the emphasis varying according to the particular program
         chosen.

Career Outcomes
See career outcomes entry under the BA and BSc degrees.

Articulation From Course
Credit for units included in the schedules of the BA and BSc degrees will be awarded to students who transfer to the combined degree.

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Professional Recognition
Refer to professional recognition entry under the BA and BSc degrees.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BA-BSc in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

To qualify for the combined degree students must complete 400% from units in Groups 1, 2 and 3 of the BSc and BA combined schedules.

In the Bachelor of Arts component, students must meet the following requirements:

       50% from level 100 Group 1 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 200 Group 2 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 300 Group 3 units from the BA schedule;
       50% from level 200/300 Group 2/3 units from the BA schedule;
       within this 200% of units, students must complete the requirements for a major in one discipline totalling a minimum of 100%. A
       major is normally made up of 25% of level 100 units plus 75% of level 200/300 units.

In the Bachelor of Science component, students must complete 200% from Schedule A, provided that:

 1.    At least 50% is from Group 1 units listed in Schedule B which includes combinations of 25% as determined by two different subject
       areas;
 2.    At least 50% is from Group 2 units listed in Schedule B which includes combination of 25% as determined by two different subject
       areas;
 3.    50% which consists of full passes from Group 3 units listed in Schedule B, as determined by one subject area, is completed; and
 4.    50% comprising a maximum of 25% from Group 1 units, a maximum of 25% from Group 2 units, or a maximum of 50% from Group
       3 units of the BSc schedule is completed.

Candidates may count a maximum of 25% of Terminating Passes in the science component towards combined degrees.

Units studied outside the BA or BSc schedules will not count towards the combined degree.

Students taking majors in both Geography and Psychology must take an additional major from the BA component.

The course structure is summarised in the following table.

 Year 1

Level 100    Arts discipline A                   25%

Level 100    Arts discipline B                   25%

Level 100    Science core A                      25%

Level 100    Science core B                      25%

 Year 2

Level 200    Arts discipline A                   25%

Level 200    Arts discipline B                   25%

Level 200    Science core A                      25%

Level 200    Science core B                      25%

 Year 3

Level 300    Arts discipline A                   25%

Level 300    Arts discipline B                   25%

Level 300    Science major A/B                   50%

 Year 4

Level 300    Arts discipline A/B                 25%

Level 300    Arts discipline A/B                 25%

             Science electives or second major   50%




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                                         Bachelor of Contemporary Arts - F3J ( BCA )
Campus(es) Offered: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 6 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): (03) 6324 4400 or (03) 6324 3624

Introduction
This on-campus 3-year full-time course is offered by the School of Visual & Performing Arts in Launceston. Part-time study is also
available.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BCA in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants are normally expected to have satisfied the University's admission requirements.
Applicants intending to specialise in Two-dimensional (2D) Studies or Three-dimensional (3D) Studies will be required to submit a
portfolio of recent artwork (which may include slides, photographs or video). Where there are circumstances which prevent an applicant
attending for interview, a brief statement outlining interest in the course, including any relevant experience or qualifications, should be
provided, including a portfolio of recent artwork. Completion of TCE Art, Craft and Design is desirable but not essential.
Applicants intending to specialise in Theatre Studies are required to attend an audition and interview. Overseas and interstate applicants
may submit a video-tape of a recent performance. Completion of TCE Speech and Drama is desirable but not essential.
Applicants intending to specialise in Contemporary Music are required to attend an audition and theory and aural test. It is an advantage to
have completed TCE Music.
Students intending to specialise in Theory Studies are required to attend an interview in which they will either present a portfolio of recent
artwork or present for audition, as appropriate.

Objectives
The educational objectives of the 3-year degree are:

 1.    To provide a foundation study in the methods, skills and processes involved in visual or performing arts practices;
 2.    To familiarise students with conceptual concerns and theoretical debates surrounding contemporary visual and performing arts
       practices;
 3.    To provide a program that creates an opportunity for students to go on to further study at Honours level or to undertake a degree
       program in a complementary area, eg cultural tourism, business, hospitality.

Career Outcomes
Graduates from the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts will find employment in a variety of positions within the visual and performing arts
professions. Students who complete a stream in either 2D Studies or 3D Studies or Theory Studies may work as curators, gallery
administrators, researchers and teachers, as well as participating in individual and group-generated projects and studio practice. Students
who complete the Theatre Studies stream may work in professional theatre as actors, stage managers or technicians, film and television, or
public relations. Students who complete the Contemporary Music stream may work in the music industry as performers, teachers or
administrators.

Articulation From Course
Continuing University students will be able to articulate from the BFA at Launceston and from the BPA (Theatre/Contemporary Music).

Articulation To Course
On completion of the BCA with DN or above in the major studio and 6 semesters of theory (75%), graduates will be able to apply for entry
into the F4JBachelor of Contemporary Arts with Honours.

Miscellaneous Information

Articulation with TAFE
All students in the degree program can count up to an equivalent of 50% of approved complementary TAFE modules, of which no more than
25% may count towards the nominated major stream. For the purposes of credit transfer, each TAFE module has an equivalent weighting of
12.5%. The approved complementary TAFE modules in Visual Arts are as follows:

11-449 Jewellery Introduction

11-455 Jewellery -- Fabrication Techniques

11-456 Jewellery Casting

11-457 Jewellery Production Casting

11-443 Printmaking Introduction

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11-589 Etching Techniques

11-591 Intaglio Drypoint

11-594 Stone Lithography

11-610 Colour Etching

11-690 Two Shaft Weave

11-684 Introduction to Tapestry

11-693 Dyeing

11-695 Introduction to Colour

51-139 Intro to Computers for Graphic Arts

TAFE modules in Sound Recording and Video Production may also be counted towards the BCA. On completion of any combination of the
following modules (a total contact time of no less than 40 hours and up to 60 hours), students will receive credit for one 12.5% elective:

Sound Recording
VBE 295 The Physics of Music

VBE 297 Sound Recording Equipment

AUS 18 Introduction to Mixing Consoles

VBE 299 Signal Processors

AUS 20 Microphones and Loudspeakers

AUS 29 Microphone Technique

VBE 311 Recording Techniques

VBB 759 How to Make a Demo Tape

Video Production
FVP 007 Design for the Film and Video Industry

FVP 008 Production Management for the Film and Video Industry

FVP 009 Advanced Camera Techniques for Film and Video

FVP 010 Post Production Sound

FVP 011 Location and Studio Sound Recording for Film and Video

FVP 012 Advanced Lighting for Film and Video

FVP 013 Advanced Editing for Film and Video

Credit
Applicants who are accepted for admission, and who have satisfactorily completed a related TAFE diploma, will be awarded status for up to
one year or one-third of the degree requirement (100% total).

Students commencing study in the BCA will normally be granted a minimum of 25% credit towards the BCA if they have completed another
previous degree. Credit for another incomplete degree will be given on a case by case basis.

Transfer provisions
A student successfully completing all level 100 units of the course in the visual arts or theatre streams at one campus will be eligible to
transfer to units at level 200 at the other campus with full status for level 100 units. However, they would normally only be able to enrol in
major units at level 200 if they have completed the prerequisite level 100 major unit (full year level 100 Studio for Hobart students
transferring to Launceston; semester 1 Intro to 2D Studies and Introd to 3D Studies, full year Drawing and semester 2 Studio for Launceston
students transferring to Hobart). In exceptional circumstances the relevant discipline head or head of school may approve an appropriate set

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of subjects to serve as a prerequisite where a stated prerequisite is not met.

Units from other courses
Students are permitted to enrol in units from another degree course to count towards the BCA, provided that the weighting of these units
totals no more than 25% at level 200 and 25% at level 300.

 Note: Students who take (or plan to take) an equivalent 50% weighting in complementary TAFE modules may not then count additional
units from elsewhere in the University towards the BCA, and vice versa.

Students enrolled in other courses
The School of Visual & Performing Arts offers students a sequence of 12.5% elective units. A full listing of electives available can be found
in the Unit Details section of this Handbook.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BCA in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

To meet the requirements of the BCA, students must complete a total of 300%, of which normally 100% will be at level 100, 100% at level
200 and 100% at level 300. Students must also meet the requirements for a major stream in either Theatre Studies, 2D Studies, 3D Studies,
Contemporary Music (Jazz and Rock) or Theory Studies.

Year 1

Students choose Year 1 core units from the schedules for one of Theatre Studies, 2D Studies, 3D Studies, Contemporary Music (Jazz and
Rock) or Theory Studies. Students must complete the core theory unit Introduction to Cultural Practices 1 (12.5%) plus one of:
 1.      FFA108 Background to Contemporary Music (Contemporary Music students);
 2.      FFA138 Background to Contemporary Art & Design (Visual Arts students);
 3.      FFA170 Background to Western Theatre (Theatre students).

Year 2

All students complete 25% in Theory Studies units. Students who elect to do a major stream in either Theatre Studies, 2D Studies, 3D
Studies or Contemporary Music (Jazz and Rock) must complete 50% of units at level 200 in the chosen stream. Students who choose the
Theory Studies stream must do an additional 25% of units at level 200 in Theory Studies. The remaining weighting is made up of electives,
comprising level 200/300 units from any of the other schedules, approved complementary TAFE modules or units from other courses in the
University.

Year 3

Students in the Theatre Studies stream complete the units Theatre Project 1 and 2 (50%). Students in the streams for 2D Studies or 3D
Studies complete the unit Studio Project (50%). Students in the Contemporary Music (Jazz and Rock) stream complete the unit Music
Project (50%). Students in the Theory Studies stream choose 50% of Theory units at level 300. The remaining weighting (50%) for all
students is made up of electives, comprising level 200/300 units from any of the other schedules, approved complementary TAFE modules
or units from other courses in the University.

Students who intend to apply for an honours course must complete a total of 75% of Theory Studies units, including the core Year 1 theory
units Introduction to Cultural Practices 1 plus the discipline-specific (Contemporary Music, Visual Arts or Theatre 1 theory unit.)

Sample Course 1 -- Major in Two-dimensional Studies
                                                                                                   Intro to Cultural Practices 1
                                                                                                   (12.5%)
           Drawing 1 (12.5%)           Intro to 3D Studies (12.5%)   Intro to 2D Studies (12.5%)
Year 1                                                                                             Background to                 100%
           Drawing 2 (12.5%)           Intro to Ceramics (12.5%)     Intro to Painting (12.5%)
                                                                                                   Contemporary Art & Design
                                                                                                   (12.5%)

                                                                     Computer Imaging (12.5%)
           Stage Design (12.5%)        Painting Project (12.5%)                                    Theory Studies units
Year 2                                                               Approved TAFE module                                      100%
           Web Page Design (12.5%)     Drawing into Print (12.5%)                                  (2x12.5%)
                                                                     (12.5%)

           Ceramics: Precious &
                                       Studio Project (2D Studies) A (25%) Studio Project (2D      Theory Studies units
Year 3     Ephemeral (12.5%)Drawing                                                                                            100%
                                       Studies) B (25%)                                            (2x12.5%) 100%
           the Body (12.5%)

                                       Major = 100% minimum at levels 200/300                                                  Grand total = 300%




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Sample Course 2 -- Major in Theatre Studies
           Introduction to Cultural
                                                                                                      Technical Theatre (12.5%)
           Practices 1 (12.5%)                                         Voice for Theatre (12.5%)
Year 1                                   Theatre Skills 1 & 2 (25%)                                   Performance and Production 100%
           Background to Western                                       Australian Theatre (12.5%)
                                                                                                      (12.5%)
           Theatre (12.5%)

                                         Classical Performance
                                                                       Classical Production           Electives, eg Stage Design
           Theory Studies units          (12.5%)
Year 2                                                                 (12.5%) & Theatre Skills 3     (12.5%)                        100%
           (2x12.5%)                     Devised Performance
                                                                       (12.5%)                        Voice for TV (12.5%)
                                         (12.5%)

                                                                                                      Scriptwriting
           Theory Studies units          Theatre Project 1: Student    Theatre Project 2: Graduate
Year 3                                                                                                (12.5%)Advanced Technical 100%
           (2x12.5%)                     Directed Production (25%)     Production (25%)
                                                                                                      Theatre (12.5%)

                                         Major = 100% minimum at levels 200/300                                                      Grand total = 300%



Sample Course 3 -- Major in Theory Studies
                                                                                                      Introduction to Cultural
           Technical Theatre             Intro to 3D Studies           Intro to 2D Studies
                                                                                                      Practices 1 (12.5%)Level
Year 1     (12.5%)Performance and        (12.5%)Intro to Textiles      (12.5%)Intro to Printmedia                                    100%
                                                                                                      100 BCA Theory unit
           Production (12.5%)            (12.5%)                       (12.5%)
                                                                                                      (12.5%)

           Sculpture: Fine Art Metal Casting (12.5%) Computer          Web Page Design(12.5%)         Theory Studies units
Year 2                                                                                                                               100%
           Imaging (12.5%)                                             Script Writing (12.5%)         (4x12.5%)

                                                                       Photography as Service
           Ceramics: Precious and Ephemeral (12.5%) Drawing into                                      Theory Studies units
Year 3                                                                 (12.5%)The Art of Costume                                     100%
           Print (12.5%)                                                                              (4x12.5%)
                                                                       1 (12.5%)

                                                                                                      Major = 100% minimum at
                                                                                                      levels 200/300

                                                                                                                                     Grand total = 300%


Schedules
Schedule A -- Theatre Studies stream


Year 1
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring             Summer          Winter
 FPB101 Australian Theatre                    12.5%           L
 FPB103 Theatre Skills 1                      12.5%           L
 FPB105 Technical Theatre                     12.5%           L
 FFA102 Introduction to Cultural Practices    12.5%           L
 FPB128 Voice for Theatre                     12.5%                             L
 FPB104 Theatre Skills 2                      12.5%                             L
 FPB106 Performance and Production            12.5%                             L
 FFA170 Background to Western Theatre         12.5%                             L


Year 2
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring             Summer          Winter
 FPB201 Classical Production                  12.5%           L
 FPB202 Classical Performance                 12.5%           L
 FPB203 Devised Performance                   12.5%                             L
 FPB204 Theatre Skills 3                      12.5%                             L
Plus 25% from level 200/300 units listed in the Theory Studies Schedule plus 25% elective units from any of the following:
 FPB251 Advanced Technical Theatre            12.5%           L                 L
 FPB351 Advanced Technical Theatre            12.5%           L                 L
 FPB252 Professional Presentation Skills      12.5%                             L
 FPB352 Professional Presentation Skills      12.5%                             L
 FPB255 Scriptwriting                         12.5%           L
 FPB355 Scriptwriting                         12.5%           L
 FPB259 Voice for Radio                       12.5%
 FPB359 Voice for Radio                       12.5%

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   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer         Winter
 FPB258 Voice for TV                          12.5%            L
 FPB358 Voice for TV                          12.5%            L
 HXA201 Complementary Study                   12.5%            L                L
 HXA301 Complementary Study                   12.5%            L                L
        Site Readings: Performance
 HXA202                                       12.5%            L
        Interpretation and Tourism
           Site Readings: Performance
 HXA302                                       12.5%            L
           Interpretation and Tourism
 HXA203 The City as Artefact and Stage        12.5%            L
 HXA303 The City as Artefact and Stage        12.5%            L
or other level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule, or approved modules from TAFE, or units from other courses offered in the University


Year 3
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer         Winter
        Theatre Project 1: Student
 FPB302                                        25%             L
        Directed Production
           Theatre Project 2: Graduate
 FPB303                                        25%                              L
           Production
Plus 50% elective units chosen from level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule, or approved modules from TAFE. Student may include
25% of units offered by other courses in the University. Students should have a minimum of 75% level 300 units.

Schedule B -- Two-dimensional Studies stream


Year 1
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer         Winter
 FFD100 Introduction to Drawing 1             12.5%            L                L
           Introduction to Two-Dimensional
 FFE102                                    12.5%               L
           Studies
           Introduction to Three-
 FFE103                                       12.5%            L
           Dimensional Studies
 FFA102 Introduction to Cultural Practices    12.5%            L
        Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                12.5%                                    L
        and Design
 FFD101 Introduction to Drawing 2             12.5%            L                L
Plus 25% from the following:
 FFC110 Introduction to Ceramics              12.5%                             L
 FFP110 Introduction to Painting              12.5%                             L
 FFR110 Introduction to Printmediaffr110      12.5%                             L
 FFS110 Introduction to Sculpture             12.5%                             L
 FFX110 Introduction to Textiles              12.5%                             L


Year 2
Choose 50% from the following, including at least 25% from one of Painting, Photography, Digital Imaging or Drawing:
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer         Winter
        Drawing: Questioning the
 FFD200                                       12.5%
        Practice
           Drawing: Questioning the
 FFD300                                       12.5%
           Practice
 FFD201 Drawing: The Body                     12.5%            L
 FFD301 Drawing: The Body                     12.5%            L
 FFD202 Drawing into Print                    12.5%            L
 FFD302 Drawing into Print                    12.5%            L
        Drawing: Approaches to
 FFD203                                       12.5%                             L
        Abstraction
           Drawing: Approaches to
 FFD303                                       12.5%                             L
           Abstraction
 FFD204 Drawing in the Landscape              12.5%
 FFD304 Drawing in the Landscape              12.5%


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   Unit                   Title            Weight    Sem 1          Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer          Winter
        Tasmania - Art and the Natural
 FFD205                                    12.5%
        World
          Tasmania - Art and the Natural
 FFD305                                    12.5%
          World
 FFD206 The Printed Image                  12.5%                      L
 FFD306 The Printed Image                  12.5%                      L
 FFP201 Painting: Self-directed Project    12.5%                      L
 FFP301 Painting: Self-directed Project    12.5%                      L
        Painting Media, Processes and
 FFP202                                    12.5%       L
        Approaches
          Painting Media, Processes and
 FFP302                                    12.5%       L
          Approaches
          Painting: Material/Descriptive
 FFP203                                    12.5%                      L
          Exploration
          Painting: Material/Descriptive
 FFP303                                    12.5%                      L
          Exploration
 FFP204 What are the Limits of Painting?   12.5%
 FFP304 What are the Limits of Painting?   12.5%
 FFP250 Contemporary Painting Practices    12.5%       L
 FFP350 Contemporary Painting Practices    12.5%       L
 FFR200 Photography Project                12.5%       L
 FFR300 Photography Project                12.5%       L
          Advanced Black & White
 FFR201                                    12.5%                      L
          Photography
          Advanced Black & White
 FFR301                                    12.5%                      L
          Photography
 FFR203 Digital Project                    12.5%                      L
 FFR303 Digital Project                    12.5%                      L
 FFR205 Web Page Design                    12.5%
 FFR305 Web Page Design                    12.5%
 FFR206 Advanced Digital Project           12.5%                      L
 FFR306 Advanced Digital Project           12.5%                      L
 FFR250 Photography as Service             12.5%       L
 FFR350 Photography as Service             12.5%       L
 FFR252 Computer Imaging                   12.5%       L
 FFR352 Computer Imaging                   12.5%       L
 FFR208 Digital Video for the Arts         12.5%       L
 FFR308 Digital Video for the Arts         12.5%       L
 HXA201 Complementary Study                12.5%       L              L
 HXA301 Complementary Study                12.5%       L              L
        Site Readings: Performance
 HXA202                                    12.5%       L
        Interpretation and Tourism
          Site Readings: Performance
 HXA302                                    12.5%       L
          Interpretation and Tourism
 HXA203 The City as Artefact and Stage     12.5%       L
 HXA303 The City as Artefact and Stage     12.5%       L
Plus 25% from level 200/300 units listed in the Theory Studies schedule
plus 25% elective units chosen from level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule, or approved complementary modules from TAFE, or
units offered by other courses in the University.

Year 3
   Unit                   Title            Weight    Sem 1          Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer          Winter
 FFE306 Studio Project (2D Studies) A       25%        L              L
 FFE307 Studio Project (2D Studies) B       25%        L              L
Plus 50% elective units chosen from level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule, or approved complementary modules from TAFE.
Students may include 25% of units offered by other courses in the University. Students should have a minimum of 75% level 300 units




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Schedule C -- Three-dimensional Studies stream


Year 1
   Unit                  Title               Weight   Sem 1         Sem 2          Full Yr           Spring   Summer   Winter
 FFD100 Introduction to Drawing 1            12.5%     L              L
          Introduction to Two-Dimensional
 FFE102                                   12.5%        L
          Studies
          Introduction to Three-
 FFE103                                      12.5%     L
          Dimensional Studies
 FFA102 Introduction to Cultural Practices   12.5%     L
 FFD101 Introduction to Drawing 2            12.5%     L              L
        Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                12.5%                          L
        and Design
Plus 25% from the following:
 FFC110 Introduction to Ceramics             12.5%                    L
 FFP110 Introduction to Painting             12.5%                    L
 FFR110 Introduction to Printmedia           12.5%                    L
 FFS110 Introduction to Sculpture            12.5%                    L
 FFX110 Introduction to Textiles             12.5%                    L


Year 2
Choose 50% from the following, including at least 25% from one of Ceramics, Sculpture or Textiles:
   Unit                  Title               Weight   Sem 1         Sem 2          Full Yr           Spring   Summer   Winter
 FFC201 The Art of the Potters Wheel         12.5%     L
 FFC301 The Art of the Potters Wheel         12.5%     L
 FFC203 The Return of the Figure             12.5%                    L
 FFC303 The Return of the Figure             12.5%                    L
 FFC204 The Pot as Narrative                 12.5%                    L
 FFC304 The Pot as Narrative                 12.5%                    L
 FFC205 Studio Glass Studies                 12.5%     L              L
 FFC305 Studio Glass Studies                 12.5%     L              L
        Ceramics: Precious and
 FFC250                                      12.5%     L
        Ephemeral
          Ceramics: Precious and
 FFC350                                      12.5%     L
          Ephemeral
 FFC251 Ceramics for the Kitchen Dresser     12.5%
 FFC351 Ceramics for the Kitchen Dresser     12.5%
 FFS201 Revisiting the Figure                12.5%     L
 FFS301 Revisiting the Figure                12.5%     L
        Student Initiated Sculpture
 FFS202                                      12.5%
        Project 1
          Student Initiated Sculpture
 FFS302                                      12.5%
          Project 1
 FFS203 Soft Sculpture                       12.5%                    L
 FFS303 Soft Sculpture                       12.5%                    L
 FFS250 Sculpture: Fine Art Metal Casting 12.5%                       L
 FFS350 Sculpture: Fine Art Metal Casting 12.5%                       L
 FFS251 The Object as Body Adornment         12.5%     L
 FFS351 The Object as Body Adornment         12.5%     L
 FFX202 The Art of Costume                   12.5%     L
 FFX302 The Art of Costume                   12.5%     L
        Textiles: Pattern and Form,
 FFX204                                      12.5%                    L
        Symbol and Meaning
          Textiles: Pattern and Form,
 FFX304                                      12.5%                    L
          Symbol and Meaning
 FFX205 Fibres and Fabrics                   12.5%     L
 FFX305 Fibres and Fabrics                   12.5%     L
 FFX207 Design Matters for Textiles          12.5%                    L


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     Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1        Sem 2          Full Yr        Spring        Summer          Winter
 FFX307 Design Matters for Textiles          12.5%                   L
 HXA201 Complementary Study                  12.5%     L             L
 HXA301 Complementary Study                  12.5%     L             L
        Site Readings: Performance
 HXA202                                      12.5%     L
        Interpretation and Tourism
            Site Readings: Performance
 HXA302                                      12.5%     L
            Interpretation and Tourism
 HXA203 The City as Artefact and Stage       12.5%     L
 HXA303 The City as Artefact and Stage       12.5%     L
Plus 25% from level 200/300 units listed in the Theory Studies schedule
plus 25% elective units chosen from other level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule, or approved complementary modules from TAFE,
or units offered in other courses in the University

Year 3
     Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1        Sem 2          Full Yr        Spring        Summer          Winter
 FFE308 Studio Project (3D Studies) A         25%      L             L
 FFE309 Studio Project (3D Studies) B         25%      L             L
Plus 50% from level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule, or approved complementary modules from TAFE. Students may include 25%
of units offered by other courses in the University

Schedule D -- Theory Studies stream


Level 100
 Required units [a]
     Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1        Sem 2          Full Yr        Spring        Summer          Winter
 FFD100 Introduction to Drawing 1            12.5%     L             L
            Introduction to Two-Dimensional
 FFE102                                     12.5%      L
            Studies
            Introduction to Three-
 FFE103                                      12.5%     L
            Dimensional Studies
 FFA102 Introduction to Cultural Practices   12.5%     L
 FFD101 Introduction to Drawing 2            12.5%     L             L
EITHER:
            Background to Contemporary
 FFA108                                      12.5%                   L
            Music
or
            Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                    12.5%                     L
            and Design
or
 FFA170 Background to Western Theatre        12.5%                   L
plus 25% from the following:
 FFC110 Introduction to Ceramics             12.5%                   L
 FFP110 Introduction to Painting             12.5%                   L
 FFR110 Introduction to Printmedia           12.5%                   L
 FFS110 Introduction to Sculpture            12.5%                   L
 FFX110 Introduction to Textiles             12.5%                   L


Level 200/300
Choose 100% from the following:
     Unit                 Title              Weight   Sem 1        Sem 2          Full Yr        Spring        Summer          Winter
 FFA210 History of Jazz & Rock A             12.5%     L
 FFA310 History of Jazz & Rock A             12.5%     L
 FFA211 History of Jazz & Rock B             12.5%                   L
 FFA311 History of Jazz & Rock B             12.5%                   L
 FFA213 World Music                          12.5%                   L
 FFA313 World Music                          12.5%                   L
 FFA233 Professional Practice                12.5%                   L

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   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer             Winter
 FFA333 Professional Practice                 12.5%                             L
 FFA234 Gallery Studies                       12.5%                                                                                                  L
 FFA334 Gallery Studies                       12.5%                                                                                                  L
        Wilderness and Natural
 FFA235                                       12.5%           L
        Environment
           Wilderness and Natural
 FFA335                                       12.5%           L
           Environment
 FFA237 Australia, Art and Design             12.5%           L
 FFA337 Australia, Art and Design             12.5%           L
 FFA250 The Construction of Genius            12.5%                             L
 FFA350 The Construction of Genius            12.5%                             L
 FFA251 Romance and Realism                   12.5%
 FFA351 Romance and Realism                   12.5%
        The Avant-Garde and the
 FFA252                                       12.5%
        Necessity of the New
           The Avant-Garde and the
 FFA352                                       12.5%
           Necessity of the New
 FFA254 The Arts in Revolt                    12.5%           L
 FFA354 The Arts in Revolt                    12.5%           L
 FFA301 Research Seminar                      12.5%                             L
 FFA268 Screen Studies Survey                 12.5%                             L
 FFA368 Screen Studies Survey                 12.5%                             L
 FFA269 Art, Site, Performance                12.5%
 FFA369 Art, Site, Performance                12.5%
Subject to sub-dean approval, students may also include up to 25% from units offered by other Schools: any Humanities & Social Science units listed in the BA
Schedule; or the following units in Architecture:
 KDA212 History & Theory in Design 3          12.5%           L
 KDA222 History & Theory in Design 4          12.5%                             L
 KDA312 History & Theory in Design 5          12.5%           L
 KDA322 History & Theory in Design 6          12.5%                             L
 KDA422 Theory in Design 1 (BArch)            12.5%                             L
Plus 100% elective units chosen from level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule, or approved modules from TAFE. Students may
include 50% of units offered by other courses in the University. Students should have a minimum of 75% level 300 units.
[a] Note: Subject to approval from the Head of School, students may replace studio or drawing units with level 100 Theatre Studies units or
level 100 units from other courses.

Schedule E -- Contemporary Music (Jazz & Rock) stream


Year 1
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer             Winter
        Theory, Composition &
 FPM101                                       12.5%           L
        Arranging 1A
 FPM102 Aural & Ensemble 1A                   12.5%           L
 FPM103 Practical Study 1A                    12.5%           L
 FFA102 Introduction to Cultural Practices    12.5%           L
        Theory, Composition &
 FPM104                                       12.5%                             L
        Arranging 1B
 FPM105 Aural & Ensemble 1B                   12.5%                             L
 FPM106 Practical Study 1B                    12.5%                             L
        Background to Contemporary
 FFA108                                       12.5%                             L
        Music


Year 2
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer             Winter
        Theory, Composition &
 FPM201                                       12.5%           L
        Arranging 2A
 FPM202 Aural & Ensemble 2A                   12.5%           L



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   Unit                   Title               Weight   Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring       Summer            Winter
 FPM203 Practical Study 2A                     12.5%     L
 FPM205 Aural & Ensemble 2B                    12.5%                     L
 FFA210 History of Jazz & Rock A               12.5%     L
 FFA310 History of Jazz & Rock A               12.5%     L
 FFA211 History of Jazz & Rock B               12.5%                     L
 FFA311 History of Jazz & Rock B               12.5%                     L
plus 25% elective units from any of the following:
           Theory, Composition &
 FPM204                                        12.5%                     L
           Arranging 2B
 FPM206 Practical Study 2B                     12.5%                     L
        Music Technology: Computers
 FPM207                                        12.5%     L
        and Sequencing
           Music Technology: Computers
 FPM307                                        12.5%     L
           and Sequencing
 FPM208 Pedagogy                               12.5%
 FPM308 Pedagogy                               12.5%
 FPM209 Contemporary Vocal Ensemble            12.5%
 FPM309 Contemporary Vocal Ensemble            12.5%
 FFA213 World Music                            12.5%                     L
 FFA313 World Music                            12.5%                     L
 FPM210 Cross-Media Studies                    12.5%                     L
 FPM310 Cross-Media Studies                    12.5%                     L
 HXA201 Complementary Study                    12.5%     L               L
 HXA301 Complementary Study                    12.5%     L               L
        Site Readings: Performance
 HXA202                                        12.5%     L
        Interpretation and Tourism
           Site Readings: Performance
 HXA302                                        12.5%     L
           Interpretation and Tourism
 HXA203 The City as Artefact and Stage         12.5%     L
 HXA303 The City as Artefact and Stage         12.5%     L
or other level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule, or approved modules from TAFE, or units from other courses offered in the
University

Year 3
   Unit                   Title               Weight   Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring       Summer            Winter
 FPM304 Music Project A                         25%      L
 FPM305 Music Project B                         25%                      L
Plus 50% elective units chosen from level 200/300 units listed in the BCA schedule (eg Voice and Media, Professional Presentation Skills,
World Music, Cross-Media Studies) or approved modules from TAFE (eg Sound Production or Video Production). Students may include
25% of units offered by other courses in the University. Students should have a minimum of 75% level 300% units.

Contemporary Music Electives
The following music electives are available to students in other degree programs at the University.
   Unit                   Title               Weight   Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring       Summer            Winter
 FPM102 Aural & Ensemble 1A                    12.5%     L
           Theory, Composition &
 FPM101                                        12.5%     L
           Arranging 1A
 FPM105 Aural & Ensemble 1B                    12.5%                     L
        Theory, Composition &
 FPM104                                        12.5%                     L
        Arranging 1B
 FPM202 Aural & Ensemble 2A                    12.5%     L
 FPM205 Aural & Ensemble 2B                    12.5%                     L
 FFA210 History of Jazz & Rock A               12.5%     L
 FFA310 History of Jazz & Rock A               12.5%     L
 FFA211 History of Jazz & Rock B               12.5%                     L
 FFA311 History of Jazz & Rock B               12.5%                     L
 FPM208 Pedagogy                               12.5%


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   Unit                 Title              Weight        Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr          Spring          Summer           Winter
 FPM308 Pedagogy                            12.5%
 FPM209 Contemporary Vocal Ensemble         12.5%
 FPM309 Contemporary Vocal Ensemble         12.5%




                            Bachelor of Contemporary Arts with Honours - F4J ( BCA(Hons) )
Campus(es) Offered: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 1yr, Maximum 2 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
This on-campus, 1 year full-time (or 2 consecutive years part-time) course is offered on the Launceston campus through the School of Visual
& Performing Arts.
The BCA(Hons) aims to provide an introduction to research training in the visual and/or theatre arts through the preparation, execution and
presentation of an in-depth, supervised project complemented by coursework research skills study.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BCA(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Students may be offered a place in the BCA(Hons) on the basis of:

 1.    a degree in the visual and/or performing arts or a degree in a cognate area or the equivalent (as determined by the dean);
 2.    an average mark of Distinction or above in the major area of study in the final year of the three-year undergraduate degree;
 3.    demonstrating during audition/interview process the capacity to undertake the BCA(Hons)
       BCA(Hons) course specifications are published in the Calendar, copies of which are held in the University Library, Student
       Administration, School Offices and the Faculty Office.

Objectives
The objectives of the BCA(Hons) are to:

 1.    introduce students to research methods and strategies relevant to contemporary visual and theatre arts practices;
 2.    foster the student's capacity for critical thinking, analysis and reflection through the formation and testing of theoretical propositions
       in visual, written, oral and/or performative modes;
 3.    develop the student's technical and aesthetic abilities so that ideas can be confidently expressed in visual, performative and/or textual
       modes;
 4.    provide students with an opportunity to plan, implement and present a significant research project set within the context of
       contemporary studio/theatre practice and theory;
 5.    cultivate the student's communication abilities in being able to present and defend their beliefs and assumptions in settings such as
       seminars, workshops, conferences and symposia;
 6.    enhance the student's prospects for an arts career in fields such as independent visual arts studio and theatre practice, arts directorship
       and curatorship, arts management and academic and vocational teaching positions; and
 7.    provide access to higher degrees by research programs.

Career Outcomes
Graduates from the BCA(Hons) will find employment in a variety of positions within the visual and performing arts professions. Students
who specialise in either 2D Studies or 3D Studies or Theory Studies may work as curators, gallery administrators, researchers and teachers,
as well as participating in individual and group-generated projects and studio practice. Students who specialise in Theatre Studies stream
may work in professional theatre as actors, stage managers or technicians, film and television, or in public relations.

Articulation To Course
Students who have successfully completed the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts with Honours may apply for entry to a higher degree
(Masters or PhD) in accordance with policies governing candidature for such admission.

Miscellaneous Information

General provisions
The dean may, on the recommendation of the Head of School, permit a candidate whose work has been interrupted by illness or other
unavoidable cause to complete the course over a longer period.

The classes of honours are first class, second class and third class. There is an upper and lower division in the second class.

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Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BCA(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Students undertake a nominated course of study approved by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Head of the School of Visual &
Performing Arts. Unless otherwise approved by the Faculty, the subject area chosen by the student should be one in which the candidate has
undertaken major studies in the degree of Bachelor of Contemporary Arts or equivalent.

The following specialisations are available:

 1.    Art Theory;
 2.    3D Studies;
 3.    2D Studies;
 4.    Theatre.

Full-time students enrol in HXA410 and HXA411 (weighted at 50% each) and complete the 0%-weighted units as shown in the schedule
below.

Part-time students enrol in HXA412 and HXA413 (weighted at 25% each) in the first year of study and HXA414 and HXA415 (weighted at
25% each) in the second year of study. Students enrolled in part-time mode are also required to complete all of the 0%-weighted units and
should discuss the enrolment pattern with the Honours Coordinator.

Schedules
Schedule
   Unit                    Title           Weight        Sem 1           Sem 2        Full Yr        Spring         Summer          Winter
Full-time students enrol in:
           Bachelor of Contemporary Arts
 HXA410                                        50%         L
           with Honours A
           Bachelor of Contemporary Arts
 HXA411                                        50%                          L
           with Honours B
 HXA404 Research Methods in the Arts           0%          L
 HXA405 Honours Project A                      0%          L
 HXA406 Honours Project B                      0%                           L
 HXA407 Work in Context Paper A                0%          L
 HXA408 Work in Context Paper B                0%                           L
Part-time students enrol in:
Year 1 of Study
           Bachelor of Contemporary Arts
 HXA412                                        25%         L
           with Honours A
           Bachelor of Contemporary Arts
 HXA413                                        25%                          L
           with Honours B
Plus a combination of HXA404/405/406/407/408, as discussed with Honours coordinator
Year 2 of Study
           Bachelor of Contemporary Arts
 HXA414                                        25%         L
           with Honours C
           Bachelor of Contemporary Arts
 HXA415                                        25%                          L
           with Honours D
Plus a combination of HXA404/405/406/407/408, as discussed with Honours coordinator




                                        Bachelor of Design Teaching - F3N ( BDesTeach )
Campus(es) Offered: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 4yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
The aim of the Bachelor of Design Teaching is to present a coherent, challenging and imaginative study that helps prepare intending design
and technology teachers with the knowledge and skills to pursue a career in education.

The course is taught in Launceston on the Inveresk and Newnham campuses. It will be possible for students to take some units, such as the
elective units and some of the Education units in Hobart.

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Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants will be expected to have satisfied the University's admission requirements.

Applicants will attend an interview and submit a portfolio of recent work to determine their suitability for the course.

Those interstate applicants unable to attend an interview will be phone interviewed. Their portfolios will be sent to the course selection
committee in advance of the interview.

Objectives
The Bachelor of Design Teaching program objectives are to:
 1.    Critically examine how contemporary design theories and conventions, societal values, attitudes and aspirations, together with new
       technologies, determine the scope, place and reception of design practice in the 21st Century;
 2.    Provide an introductory study in the key moments of the history of design practice describing how and why these periods influenced,
       or were influenced by, social, economic, technological, geographical and cultural imperatives;
 3.    Foster a design studio culture for learning that is characterised by creative and original activity emphasising analytical, reflective,
       interpretative and problem-solving modalities in the making and critique of the functional object and image;
 4.    Provide opportunities to understand, learn, practise and integrate a variety of design skills comprising traditional methods and
       processes together with those from related fields and new technologies in a caring and dynamic workplace;
 5.    Develop an understanding of the processes of individual development and learning, contemporary developments in curriculum
       design, assessment teaching and class room management;
 6.    To function as a responsible, reflective and effective member of a professional community in the context of local school management
       and democratic governments;
 7.    Appreciate and practise the workplace occupational health and safety code in relation to the handling of goods and use of equipment
       in a potentially hazardous environment; and
 8.    Integrate a variety of generic skills into the study program that improve a student's ability to: retrieve, analyse, interpret and adapt
       information to different settings; develop written and oral skills for a range of audiences; define, evaluate and solve problems in
       creative ways that respect social, cultural and environmental concerns; grasp an appreciation of the relationship between local and
       global perspectives in the way the discipline is considered in the professions; and reflect on ideas and outcomes as part of the learning
       processes.

Articulation From Course
Students who choose not to continue with the Education component of the award and who have satisfactorily completed the two-year design
component of the degree may leave with an Associate Degree in Design or transfer into the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts with relevant
credit.

Professional Recognition
Graduates will qualify for registration as teachers by the Department of Education.

Course Structure
The units offered in the BDesTeach are grouped into the following areas:

Schedule A : Culinary Design Stream

Schedule B: Materials & Technology Design Stream

To complete the BDesTeach students complete 400% of units from either Schedule A or Schedule B.

Schedules
Schedule A - Culinary Design Stream


Year 1
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2            Full Yr        Spring             Summer       Winter
 FFA171 Nature and Principles of Design    12.5%          L
        Foundation Studio Design
 FFE101                                    12.5%          L
        Studies
 FFR107 Computer Imaging for Design        12.5%          L
 FFD107 Design Drawing                     12.5%          L
        Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                12.5%                              L
        and Design
 FFF100 Culinary Design 1                  12.5%                          L
 FFF103 Food and Lifestyle 1               12.5%                          L
plus 12.5% elective unit chosen from level 100 units listed in the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts schedule, or approved complementary
modules from TAFE, or units offered by other courses in the University



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Year 2
   Unit                Title               Weight    Sem 1          Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 FFA244 The Culture of Design since 1950 12.5%
 FFF204 Food and Lifestyle 2               12.5%
 FFF200 Culinary Design 2A                  25%
 FFA237 Australia, Art and Design          12.5%       L
 FFF201 Culinary Design 2B                  25%
plus 12.5% elective unit chosen from level 200 units listed in the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts schedule, or approved complementary
modules from TAFE, or units offered by other courses in the University

Year 3
   Unit                Title               Weight    Sem 1          Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 ESA160 Professional Studies 1A            12.5%      H,L
 ESA161 Professional Studies 1B            12.5%                     H,L
        Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA196                                    6.25%      H,L
        Multiliteracies 1A
          Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA197                                    6.25%                     H,L
          Multiliteracies 1B
        Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA182 Technology Education (MDT)          25%        L
        1A
        Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA183 Technology Education (MDT)         12.5%                      L
        1B
 ESA198 School Experience 1 and 2 Part A 6.25%        H,L
 ESA199 School Experience 1 and 2 Part B 6.25%                       H,L


Year 4
   Unit                Title               Weight    Sem 1          Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 ESA260 Professional Studies 2A            12.5%      H,L
 ESA261 Professional Studies 2B            12.5%                     H,L
        Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA288                                    12.5%      H,L
        Multiliteracies 2
          Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA276                                    6.25%       L
          Technology Education 2A
          Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA277                                    6.25%                      L
          Technology Education 2B
          Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA289                                    12.5%                     H,L
          Interdisciplinary Project
 ESA231 School Experience 3                12.5%      H,L
 ESA232 School Experience 4                12.5%      H,L            H,L


Schedule B - Materials & Technology Design Stream


Year 1
   Unit                Title               Weight    Sem 1          Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 FFA171 Nature and Principles of Design    12.5%       L
          Foundation Studio Design
 FFE101                                    12.5%       L
          Studies
 FFR107 Computer Imaging for Design        12.5%       L
 FFD107 Design Drawing                     12.5%       L
          Background to Contemporary Art
 FFA138                                  12.5%                        L
          and Design
          Materials & Technology Design
 FFT102                                    12.5%                      L
          1
plus 25% elective units chosen from level 100 units listed in the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts schedule, or approved complementary
modules from TAFE, or units offered by other courses in the University




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Year 2
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
 FFA244 The Culture of Design since 1950 12.5%
          Introduction to Computer Aided
 FFT202                                    12.5%
          Design
          Materials & Technology Design
 FFT203                                     25%
          2A
 FFA237 Australia, Art and Design          12.5%          L
        Materials & Technology Design
 FFT204                                     25%
        2B
plus 12.5% elective unit chosen from level 200 units listed in the Bachelor of Contemporary Arts schedule, or approved complementary
modules from TAFE, or units offered by other courses in the University

Year 3
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
 ESA160 Professional Studies 1A            12.5%         H,L
 ESA161 Professional Studies 1B            12.5%                         H,L
        Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA196                                    6.25%         H,L
        Multiliteracies 1A
          Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA197                                    6.25%                         H,L
          Multiliteracies 1B
        Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA182 Technology Education (MDT)          25%           L
        1A
        Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA183 Technology Education (MDT)         12.5%                          L
        1B
 ESA198 School Experience 1 and 2 Part A 6.25%           H,L
 ESA199 School Experience 1 and 2 Part B 6.25%                           H,L


Year 4
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr          Spring         Summer           Winter
 ESA260 Professional Studies 2A            12.5%         H,L
 ESA261 Professional Studies 2B            12.5%                         H,L
        Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA288                                    12.5%         H,L
        Multiliteracies 2
          Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA222                                     25%
          Technology Education B
          Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA289                                    12.5%                         H,L
          Interdisciplinary Project
 ESA231 School Experience 3                12.5%         H,L
 ESA232 School Experience 4                12.5%         H,L             H,L




                                                Bachelor of Fine Arts - F3E ( BFA )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 6 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
This on-campus 3-year (minimum) full-time course is offered by the Faculty of Arts through the Tasmanian School of Art at Hobart. Part-
time study is also available.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BFA in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
All applicants will be required to submit a portfolio of recent art work (which may include slides, photographs or video) and attend an
interview. Where there are circumstances which prevent an applicant attending for interview, a brief statement outlining interest in the
course, including any relevant experience or qualifications, should also be provided, including a portfolio of recent artwork. It is a distinct
advantage for applicants to have completed TCE Art, Craft & Design or have equivalent experience and/or qualifications, since admission is

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competitive.

Objectives
The Bachelor of Fine Arts is designed to give students a broad visual arts education and to offer them a wide range of possible disciplines in
which to undertake a major program of study. The course requires a commitment to studio-based study, and also offers a substantial program
in art and design theory. There are opportunities for specialised study in various disciplines, all of which are informed by a rigorous and
challenging ongoing theoretical debate. Majors may be undertaken in a range of studio practices. Students may also choose to do an art and
design theory major in which they specialise in units from the Art Theory program and are eligible to enrol in a number of units cross-listed
from other disciplines in the Faculty of Arts.

Career Outcomes
Graduates from the Bachelor of Fine Arts find employment in a variety of positions within the arts professions, including curatorial work,
gallery administration, research and teaching, as well as participating in individual and group-generated projects and studio practice.

Articulation To Course
Students who complete the BFA with sufficient merit and who have completed 75% of Art and Design Theory units are eligible to apply for
entry into the BFA(Hons) course.

Miscellaneous Information

Credit
Students who are accepted for transfer from other institutions can be given status for equivalent studies satisfactorily completed in bachelor
degree programs in other universities. Applicants who are accepted for admission, and who have satisfactorily completed a related TAFE
diploma, can be awarded status for up to one year or one-third of the degree requirement.

Students who have completed another previous degree and are commencing study in the BFA will normally be granted 25% credit towards
the BFA. Credit is granted for study completed within the past ten years; but for those seeking credit for qualifications completed more than
ten years ago, consideration will be given to evidence of continuing professional practice in the field.

Transfer provisions
A student successfully completing all level 100 units of the course at one campus will be eligible to transfer to units at level 200 at the other
campus with full status for level 100 units. However, they would normally only be able to enrol in major units at level 200 if they have
completed the prerequisite level 100 major unit (full year level 100 Studio for Hobart students transferring to Launceston; semester 1
Introduction to 2D and 3D studies, full year Drawing and 25% semester 2 Studios for Launceston students transferring to Hobart). In
exceptional circumstances the relevant discipline head or Head of School may approve an appropriate set of subjects to serve as a
prerequisite where a stated prerequisite is not met.

Units from other courses
Students are permitted to enrol in units from another degree course to count towards the BFA, provided that the weighting of these units
totals no more than 75%, being no more than 25% in each of years 1, 2 and 3.

Students enrolled in other courses
Students from other degree courses can take units in fine arts. However, many units have strict quotas and entry to the units is subject to
School approval. Contact the School for details.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BFA in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Level 100
Students enrol in at least two Studio A areas (2 x 25% weight [eg FSG111 plus FSG112 AND FSP111 plus FSP112), and Introduction to Art
and Design Theory 1A and 1B (2x12.5%). Additionally they enrol in a further unit from either the Studio A or Studio B list or units offered
by other schools (25%).

Studio major -- level 200
Students enrol in one Studio A area (total weight of either 25% [eg FSG281 plus FSG282] or 50% [eg FSG211 or FSG212] ) and make up
the remaining 50%-75% from the level 200 schedule. This may be a multiple selection of 12.5% or 25% units or a second 25% or 50%
Studio A area.

[Note: FST200/300 Art and Design Theory 2/3 plus a further 37.5% Art and Design Theory units (normally taken after FST200/300) must
be completed at levels 200 or 300 One of these units must be a Professional Practice unit. It is also recommended that students take
FST203/303 Postmodernism and Visual Culture].


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Studio major -- level 300
Students enrol in one Studio A area (total weight of 50%, eg FSG311 plus FSG312) and make up the remaining 50% from the level 300
schedule. This may be a multiple selection of 12.5% or 25% units or a second 50% Studio A area.

  Note: Students must complete a studio major sequence by enrolling in Studio A units at level 100 (25%), level 200 (25% or 50%) and
level 300 (50%) normally in the same studio.

Art and Design Theory major -- level 200/300
Students must complete:

       a sequence of Art Theory units at levels 200 and 300 to the value of 75--100% in total; 25% of them can be taken in units which are
       cross-listed from other Schools (see Art and Design Theory schedule of units below). At least 25% weighting of units should be from
       level 300 units:
       level 200 and/or level 300 studio-based units to the total value of 50%; and
       level 200/300 electives to the value of 50--75%.

Dipback
Normally students complete 100% at each of levels 100, 200 and 300. Subject to sub-dean approval, students are permitted to count towards
their degree a 'dipback' of 25% in units at a lower level.

Schedules
Schedule


Level 100

Art and Design Theory units -- compulsory
   Unit                   Title              Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
        Introduction to Art and Design
 FST101                                       12.5%          H
        Theory 1A
            Introduction to Art and Design
 FST102                                       12.5%                            H
            Theory 1B
Choose 2 pairs of Studio A units (compulsory) AND either 1 pair of Studio A or Studio B unit(/s) or units offered by other Schools to the value of 25%


Studio A units
   Unit                   Title              Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
 FSE111 E-Media 1A                            12.5%          H
 FSE112 E-Media 1B                            12.5%                            H
 FSF111 Furniture Design 1A                   12.5%          H
 FSF112 Furniture Design 1B                   12.5%                            H
 FSG111 Graphic Design 1A                     12.5%          H
 FSG112 Graphic Design 1B                     12.5%                            H
 FSP111 Painting 1A                           12.5%          H
 FSP112 Painting 1B                           12.5%                            H
 FSH111 Photography 1A                        12.5%          H
 FSH112 Photography 1B                        12.5%                            H
 FSR111 Printmaking 1A                        12.5%          H
 FSR112 Printmaking 1B                        12.5%                            H
 FSS111 Sculpture 1A                          12.5%          H
 FSS112 Sculpture 1B                          12.5%                            H


Studio B units
   Unit                   Title              Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
 FSD150 Introduction to Life Drawing          12.5%          H                 H
 FSD153 Media and Methods in Drawing          12.5%          H                 H
 FSE120 Introduction to Digital Imaging       12.5%                            H
 FSW151 Woodskills 1A                         12.5%          H
 FSW152 Woodskills 1B                         12.5%                            H

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Level 200
   Unit                   Title                 Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr           Spring            Summer            Winter
Where there are alternative unit codes (eg FST201/301) the unit may be taken either at level 200 or level 300. When students enrol, depending on whether they
wish to study a unit as a level 200 unit or a level 300 unit, they should use the appropriate code (e.g. FST201 is the level 200 code, and FST301 is the level 300
code).
 Students choose one pair of units from Studio A (compulsory), and other units from Studio A, Studio B or Art and Design Theory units to the value of 50%-
75%. Students may take units offered by another School in the University, up to a maximum of 25% in year 2 in place of Studio B units to that value. Note 1:
Students must complete FST200 or FST300 plus at least one Professional Practice unit plus a further 25% of Art and Design Theory units at level 200 or 300
(normally taken after FST200/300). FST203/303 Postmodernism and Visual Culture is a recommended unit for entry into BFA(Hons). Of these four units, only
one Professional Practice unit can be taken. Note 2: Major Study Students must complete a sequence of Studio A units at level 100 (25%), level 200 (25% or
50%) and level 300 (50%) normally in the same studio. Students may take a second major study Studio A unit at Level 200.
Art and Design Theory Units
CORE UNITS
 FST200 Art and Design Theory 2/3               12.5%            H
 FST300 Art and Design Theory 2/3               12.5%            H
PLUS ONE (12.5%) OF:
            Professional Practice (Writing
 FST216                                         12.5%                              H
            Skills)
            Professional Practice (Writing
 FST316                                         12.5%                              H
            Skills)
            Professional Practice (Business
 FST217                                         12.5%            H
            Skills)
            Professional Practice (Business
 FST317                                         12.5%            H
            Skills)
ELECTIVE UNITS: Students complete TWO units (total of 25%) from this list. Students completing a major in Art and Design Theory must complete at least
FOUR units (total of 50%) from this list
            Australian Art of the 1970s -
 FST201                                         12.5%            H
            2000
            Australian Art of the 1970s -
 FST301                                         12.5%            H
            2000
            Postmodernism and Visual
 FST203                                         12.5%            H
            Culture
            Postmodernism and Visual
 FST303                                         12.5%            H
            Culture
 FST205 Picturing the Wilderness                12.5%                                                                                    H
 FST305 Picturing the Wilderness                12.5%                                                                                    H
 FST206 Contemporary Craft and Design           12.5%                              H
 FST306 Contemporary Craft and Design           12.5%                              H
 FST207 Fashioning the Body                     12.5%
 FST307 Fashioning the Body                     12.5%
 FST211 Surrealist Art Between the Wars         12.5%
 FST311 Surrealist Art Between the Wars         12.5%
        Contemporary Art of the Asia-
 FST213                                         12.5%                              H                                   H
        Pacific Region
            Contemporary Art of the Asia-
 FST313                                         12.5%                              H                                   H
            Pacific Region
 FST214 Imaging the Body                        12.5%
 FST314 Imaging the Body                        12.5%
        Electronic Media and the Visual
 FST215                                         12.5%                              H
        Arts
CROSS-LISTED UNITS: students may take up to 25% of the following units to count towards the Art and Design Theory major
            Sexualities: Histories,
 HAF202                                         12.5%
            Representation, Politics
            Sexualities: Histories,
 HAF302                                         12.5%
            Representation, Politics
            The Golden Age of German
 HEG204                                         12.5%                             H,L
            Cinema
            The Golden Age of German
 HEG304                                         12.5%                             H,L
            Cinema
 HEG212 Post-1945 German Film                   12.5%
 HEG312 Post-1945 German Film                   12.5%


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   Unit                 Title             Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 HEJ223 Imaging News                      12.5%             H
 HEJ323 Imaging News                      12.5%             H
       Cultures and Societies of
HGA254                                    12.5%
       Southeast Asia
          Cultures and Societies of
HGA354                                    12.5%
          Southeast Asia
HGA261 Sociology of Nature                12.5%
HGA361 Sociology of Nature                12.5%
       Mass Media and Contemporary
HGA273                                    12.5%             H
       Societies
          Mass Media and Contemporary
HGA373                                    12.5%             H
          Societies
 HMJ334 Japanese Film                     12.5%            H,L,W
 HPA204 Place and Environment             12.5%    H,W
 HPA304 Place and Environment             12.5%    H,W
 HPA206 Postmodernism                     12.5%
 HPA306 Postmodernism                     12.5%
 HPA215 Art, Media and Culture            12.5%     H
 HPA315 Art, Media and Culture            12.5%     H
 HPA271 Philosophy and the Body           12.5%             H
 HPA371 Philosophy and the Body           12.5%             H
 HSA204 Politics in Literature and Film   12.5%
 HSA304 Politics in Literature and Film   12.5%
          Renaissance & Reformation
 HTA258                                   12.5%             H
          Europe
          Renaissance & Reformation
 HTA358                                   12.5%             H
          Europe


Studio A units
   Unit                 Title             Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FSE211 E-Media 2A                         25%      H
 FSE212 E-Media 2B                         25%              H
 FSE281 E-Media 2C                        12.5%     H
 FSE282 E-Media 2D                        12.5%             H
 FSF211 Furniture Design 2A                25%      H
 FSF212 Furniture Design 2B                25%              H
 FSF281 Furniture Design 2C               12.5%     H
 FSF282 Furniture Design 2D               12.5%             H
 FSG211 Graphic Design 2A                  25%      H
 FSG212 Graphic Design 2B                  25%              H
 FSG281 Graphic Design 2C                 12.5%     H
 FSG282 Graphic Design 2D                 12.5%             H
 FSP211 Painting 2A                        25%      H
 FSP212 Painting 2B                        25%              H
 FSP281 Painting 2C                       12.5%     H
 FSP282 Painting 2D                       12.5%             H
 FSH211 Photography 2A                     25%      H
 FSH212 Photography 2B                     25%              H
 FSH281 Photography 2C                    12.5%     H
 FSH282 Photography 2D                    12.5%             H
 FSS211 Sculpture 2A                       25%      H
 FSS212 Sculpture 2B                       25%              H
 FSS281 Sculpture 2C                      12.5%     H
 FSS282 Sculpture 2D                      12.5%             H




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Studio B units
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring           Summer            Winter
 FSB275 Design Drawing                        12.5%           H
 FSD253 The Historical Landscape              12.5%           H
 FSD255 Life Drawing A                        12.5%           H
 FSD256 Life Drawing B                        12.5%                             H                                                   H
 FSD257 Image Development A                   12.5%           H
 FSD258 Image Development B                   12.5%                             H
 FSE250 Digital Imaging A                     12.5%           H
 FSE251 Digital Imaging B                     12.5%                             H
        WWW (World Wide Web)
 FSE253                                       12.5%                             H
        Design
            Temporal Imaging and 2D
 FSE254                                       12.5%                             H
            Animation
 FSE256 Sound                                 12.5%                             H
 FSE258 The Moving Image A                    12.5%           H
 FSE259 Electronic Installation               12.5%           H
 FSE260 3D Modelling and Animation            12.5%
 FSE261 Interactive Design                    12.5%
 FSE268 The Moving Image B                    12.5%                             H
 FSW250 Woodskills 2A                         12.5%           H
            Art, Natural Environment and
 FSZ250                                       12.5%                             H
            Technology
            Art, Natural Environment and
 FSZ251                                       12.5%           H                                                                     H
            Wilderness
 FSA200 Complementary Study                   12.5%           H                 H                                 H                 H                H
 FSA202 Investigating the Book                12.5%           H
 FSH200 Digital Photography                   12.5%           H


Level 300
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring           Summer            Winter
Students choose one pair of units from Studio A (compulsory), and other units from Studio A, Studio B or Art and Design Theory units to the value of 50%.
Students may take units offered by another School in the University, up to a maximum of 25% at level 300 in place of Studio B units to that value. See Notes 1
and 2 (Level 200) above.


Art and Design Theory units
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring           Summer            Winter
See Art and Design Theory units (year 2) above


Studio A units
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring           Summer            Winter
 FSE311 E-Media 3A                             25%            H
 FSE312 E-Media 3B                             25%                              H
 FSF311 Furniture Design 3A                    25%            H
 FSF312 Furniture Design 3B                    25%                              H
 FSG311 Graphic Design 3A                      25%            H
 FSG312 Graphic Design 3B                      25%                              H
 FSP311 Painting 3A                            25%            H
 FSP312 Painting 3B                            25%                              H
 FSH311 Photography 3A                         25%            H
 FSH312 Photography 3B                         25%                              H
 FSR311 Printmaking 3A                         25%            H
 FSR312 Printmaking 3B                         25%                              H
 FSS311 Sculpture 3A                           25%            H
 FSS312 Sculpture 3B                           25%                              H




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Studio B units
   Unit                 Title             Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring         Summer           Winter
 FSD353 The Historical Landscape          12.5%         H
 FSD355 Life Drawing A                    12.5%         H
 FSD356 Life Drawing B                    12.5%                         H                                              H
 FSD357 Image Development A               12.5%         H
 FSD358 Image Development B               12.5%                         H
 FSE350 Digital Imaging A                 12.5%         H
 FSE351 Digital Imaging B                 12.5%                         H
        WWW (World Wide Web)
 FSE353                                   12.5%                         H
        Design
          Temporal Imaging and 2D
 FSE354                                   12.5%                         H
          Animation
 FSE356 Sound                             12.5%                         H
 FSE358 The Moving Image A                12.5%         H
 FSE359 Electronic Installation           12.5%         H
 FSE360 3D Modelling and Animation        12.5%
 FSE361 Interactive Design                12.5%
 FSE368 The Moving Image B                12.5%                         H
          Art, Natural Environment and
 FSZ350                                   12.5%                         H
          Technology
          Art, Natural Environment and
 FSZ351                                   12.5%         H                                                              H
          Wilderness
 FSA300 Complementary Study               12.5%         H               H                              H               H               H
 FSA302 Investigating the Book            12.5%         H
 FSH300 Digital Photography               12.5%         H




                      Bachelor of Fine Arts - Bachelor of Information Systems - F3R ( BFA-BIS )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
This four-year full-time combined degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Information Systems is offered on the Hobart campus by
the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Commerce. Students have a maximum of ten years to complete the course.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BFA-BIS in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
As for the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Information Systems.

Objectives
In addition to the educational objectives of the Bachelor of Fine Arts and the Bachelor of Information Systems, this combined degree has the
following objectives:

       To produce graduates who understand the nature of the multimedia industry and who have the managerial skills to progress their
       careers within that industry;
       To create an awareness of the roles that art and design can play within the IT industry, especially in multimedia;
       To provide fine arts graduates with the information management, project management and strategic insight to take leading positions
       within the emerging multimedia industry.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BFA-BIS in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

]The course structure of the combined degree consists of a total of 400% of units, comprising 200% for the BFA component and 200% for
the BIS component, and includes:

       The core first year units, and an E-Media major, as currently offered in the BFA degree

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       The core program of the BIS degree.

Schedules
Sample course structure


Year 1
   Unit                   Title             Weight    Sem 1      Sem 2     Full Yr     Spring   Summer   Winter
 BSA101 Business Information Systems        12.5%     H,L,W,J     H,L                    G
        Information Modelling and
 BSA102                                     12.5%       G        H,L,W                           H,J
        Infrastructures
 HPA291 Introduction to Logic               12.5%     H,L,W
        Building Interactive Multimedia
 KXT106                                     12.5%     H,L,W
        Systems
           Introduction to Art and Design
 FST101                                     12.5%       H
           Theory 1A
           Introduction to Art and Design
 FST102                                     12.5%                  H
           Theory 1B
First Year Studio major unit (25%)


Year 2
   Unit                   Title             Weight    Sem 1      Sem 2     Full Yr     Spring   Summer   Winter
 BSA201 Systems Analysis and Design         12.5%      H,L,J       F,J                   G
 BSA203 Information Management              12.5%                 H,L                    G
BMA101 Introduction to Management           12.5%    H,L,W,G,J    H,L
           Programming and Problem
 KXT101                                     12.5%     H,L,W,J
           Solving
 FST200 Art and Design Theory 2/3           12.5%       H
Art and Design Theory elective (12.5%)
 FSE111 E-Media 1A                          12.5%       H
 FSE112 E-Media 1B                          12.5%                  H


Year 3
   Unit                   Title             Weight    Sem 1      Sem 2     Full Yr     Spring   Summer   Winter
 BSA301 IS Project Management               12.5%     H,L,G                                       H
 BSA207 Web Management                      12.5%                 H,L                             F
Informations Systems elective (12.5%)
BMA251 Principles of Marketing              12.5%                 H,L                             H
 FSE211 E-Media 2A                           25%        H
 FSE212 E-Media 2B                           25%                   H


Year 4
   Unit                   Title             Weight    Sem 1      Sem 2     Full Yr     Spring   Summer   Winter
        IS Strategic Planning &
 BSA303                                     12.5%       H                                G
        Management
           Multimedia Professional
 BSA309                                     12.5%                  H                              H
           Placement
Information Systems elective (12.5%)
BMA308 Electronic Marketing                 12.5%                H,L,J,M
 FSE311 E-Media 3A                           25%        H
 FSE312 E-Media 3B                           25%                   H




                                     Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours - F4A ( BFA(Hons) )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 1yr, Maximum 2 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):


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Introduction
This on-campus full-time (minimum 1 year), or part-time (minimum 2 years) course is offered by the Faculty of Arts through the Tasmania
School of Art at Hobart .
Note: Students wishing to undertake honours study in visual arts in Launceston will enrol in the new Bachelor of Contemporary Arts with
Honours course.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BFA(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
For entry to the BFA(Hons) degree students must:
       have completed a BFA degree or equivalent;
       have completed 75% of Art and Design Theory units with an average of a Credit or above in their third year units unless there are
       exceptional circumstances. One only of these units must be a Professional Practice unit;
       in the studio major, students are required to gain at least Distinctions in 75% of studio units, 50% of which must be in the third year
       of the major;
       in the Art and Design Theory major, students are required to gain at least a distinction average in 75% of units in the major, 50% of
       which must be in the final year.

Objectives

Studio candidates
The course allows students to concentrate on developing a body of work of a speculative and individual nature. The emphasis is placed on a
spirit of excellence and a strong sense of independent enquiry. Experimentation is encouraged and the candidate should have a firm
commitment to the articulation of visual art theory in written, verbal and visual form, and its integration into art practice.

Candidates work with one or two supervisors in a studio/teaching area, and must be prepared to articulate the line of investigation which
they wish to pursue. This will take the form of a proposal which establishes the framework for assessment.

Candidates also undertake a seminar program in which they present three short papers (approx 1,000 words each) discussing the content,
form and context of their work. In consultation with theory staff and their studio supervisors candidates merge these three papers into their
Research Essay (approx 3,000 words). This paper is presented as part of the candidates' examination submission. For studio-based
candidates, the Art Theory component makes up approximately one fifth of the course.

Candidates will be examined by a panel of academic staff, on a presentation of visual work representing results of study undertaken during
the year, along with the research essay which contextualises their work, and any other written documentation, such as diaries, notebooks and
other relevant material. Candidates must satisfy the examiners as to the quality of their submissions in both studio and theory.

Theory candidates
Students undertaking Honours in Art and Design Theory will be required to write a Thesis (approx. 15,000 words) on a topic devised in
consultation with their supervisor. In addition they will be required to write an essay (approx. 5,000 words) on a topic related to but separate
from their thesis, and a Research Essay (approx. 3,000 words) outlining the content, methodology and context of their work. As with the
studio candidates, the Research Essay will be developed in the form of three short papers and presented in the Honours Seminar program.

Career Outcomes
Graduates from the Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours find employment in a variety of positions within the arts professions, including
curatorial work, gallery administration, research and teaching, as well as participating in individual and group-generated projects and studio
practice.

Miscellaneous Information

Enrolment - Students enrol as follows:

FSA451     Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours (Full time)     50%

FSA452     Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours (Full time)     50%

or

FSA441     Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours (Part time)     25%

FSA442     Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours (Part time)     25%

FSA443     Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours (Part time)     25%

FSA444     Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours (Part time)     25%


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Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BFA(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

The candidate will submit a proposal for a course of study within one of the following studio areas, although this program is not necessarily
media-specific:

       Art Theory
       Drawing
       E-Media
       Furniture Design
       Graphic Design
       Painting
       Photography
       Printmaking
       Sculpture




                                                 Bachelor of Music - F3K ( BMus )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 6 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
This 3-year full-time degree is offered by the Faculty of Arts through the Conservatorium of Music in Hobart. Part time study and mid-year
entry are also available.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BMus in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

At the end of 2001 there were some changes to the schedule for the BMus. Enquiries from continuing students should be directed to the
contact numbers above or to the Faculty Office (03) 6324 3624.

Admission & Prerequisites
Minimum University entrance requirements are normally expected. Pre-tertiary TCE Music is desirable but not essential. An AMEB
instrumental/vocal level of Grade 6 or 7 is recommended, but not essential, for entry, as is Grade 5 theory.
Anyone possessing other qualifications and experience deemed by the Faculty to provide an adequate preparation for study equivalent to the
successful completion of year 12 in an Australian school system may be admitted to the course.
Applicants are required to attend an audition and interview and to undertake a theory and aural test. Overseas/interstate applicants may
submit a certified audio or video tape or CD of a recent performance.
 Instrumental and vocal applicants should prepare a program comprising three works of contrasting style and period.
 Composition applicants should present a folio of at least three compositions, including excellent quality (DAT or CD) recordings of the
best performances of their work.

Objectives
The course aims to provide students with:

       a high level of professional vocational training;
       a broadly-based music education;
       the necessary communication skills and flexibility to interact with the wider community;
       the development of research skills;
       skills in new technological developments in music.

Career Outcomes
Graduates of the Bachelor of Music are engaged at all levels of the music profession, both in Australia and overseas. They enjoy successful
careers as performers, teachers and administrators, or may be involved in broadcasting, journalism or as music critics.

Articulation From Course
The course design allows the possibility of articulation with related TAFE courses.

Students who wish to specialise in performance or composition may, upon completion of the AssocDegMusSt apply for the BMus in their
area of specialization and, if accepted, have up to 100% credited towards the BMus, of units taken that also appear in the Bachelor of Music
schedule.


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Articulation To Course
Students who complete the BMus with sufficient merit may apply for the BMus(Hons).


Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BMus in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

In year 1, students study the compulsory units Tonal Theory, Advanced Theory plus Foundation Core Studies (Classical or Contemporary),
and Intermediate Core Studies (Classical or Contemporary). Students then choose their Major Study units plus two electives [including
FCF110 Foundation Audio (for contemporary music students), FCB118 Music Typesetting (for composition major students), FCB117
Diction (for Classical Voice major students) or FCE119 Music Theatre Skills 1 (for Music Theatre major students)].

In Year 2, students study the core unit Form and Analysis plus one core unit in Music History, and commence study in Ensemble Studies.
Core studies in either the classical or contemporary stream are continued. Students also complete the second year of study in their Major
Study and choose one elective unit.

In Year 3, students take the remaining two core units in Music History, and continue Ensemble Studies units. Students also complete the
third year of study in their Major Study and choose two electives to finish the degree requirements.

Sample courses
Contemporary Voice major
                  Core Studies                                                   Major Study                 Optional/Electives

 Year 1 100%

                  Tonal Theory (12.5%)
                  Foundation Core Studies (12.5%)
                                                                                 Voice 1A (12.5%)
                  Advanced Theory (12.5%)                                                                    Audio Design (12.5%)
                                                                                 Voice 1B (12.5%)
                  Intermediate Core Studies (Contemporary) (12.5%)
                  Foundation Audio (12.5%)

 Year 2 100%

                  Form and Analysis (12.5%)
                  Music History (Antiquity--1680) (12.5%)
                                                                                 Voice 2A (12.5%)
                  Advanced Core Studies (Contemporary ) (12.5%)                                              Rock Revolution (12.5%)
                                                                                 Voice 2B (12.5%)
                  Gospel Choir A (12.5%)
                  Gospel Choir B (12.5%)

 Year 3 100%

                  Music History (1680--1880) (12.5%)
                  Music History (1880s--Present) (12.5%)                         Voice 3A (12.5%)            History of Jazz (12.5%)
                  Gospel Choir C (12.5%)                                         Voice 3B (12.5%)            World Music (12.5%)
                  Gospel Choir D (12.5%)


Classical Orchestral Instruments major
                  Core Studies                                                   Major Study                 Optional/Electives

 Year 1 100%

                  Tonal Theory (12.5%)                                           Orchestral Instruments 1A
                                                                                                             World Music (12.5%)
                  Foundation Core Studies (Classical) (12.5%)                    (12.5%)
                                                                                                             Music Teaching and Learning
                  Advanced Theory (12.5%)                                        Orchestral Instruments 1B
                                                                                                             (12.5%)
                  Intermediate Core Studies (Classical) (12.5%)                  (12.5%)

 Year 2 100%

                                                                                 Classical or Contemporary
                  Form and Analysis (12.5%)
                                                                                 Orchestral Instruments 2A
                  Music History (Antiquity--1680) (12.5%)
                                                                                 (12.5%)
                  Advanced Core Studies (Classical) (12.5%)                                                  Diction (12.5%)
                                                                                 Classical or Contemporary
                  Orchestra A (12.5%)
                                                                                 Orchestral Instruments 2B
                  Orchestra B (12.5%)
                                                                                 (12.5%)

Year 3 100%

                  Music History (1680--1880) (12.5%)                             Orchestral Instruments 3A
                  Music History (1880s--Present) (12.5%)                         (12.5%)                     Chamber Music A (12.5%)
                  Orchestra C (12.5%)                                            Orchestral Instruments 3B   Orchestration (12.5%)
                  Orchestra D (12.5%)                                            (12.5%)




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Schedules
Schedule


Year 1
   Unit                  Title              Weight     Sem 1           Sem 2    Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                        12.5%        H
 FCT220 Advanced Theory                     12.5%                           H
Plus either FCC120 or FCN120
           Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                                     12.5%        H
           (Classical)
           Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                                     12.5%        H
           (Contemporary)
Plus either FCC210 or FCN210
           Intermediate Core Studies
 FCC210                                     12.5%                           H
           (Classical)
           Intermediate Core Studies
 FCN210                                     12.5%                           H
           (Contemporary)
Major Studies Plus choose one of the following pairs
 FCM110 Orchestral Instruments 1A           12.5%        H                  H
 FCM120 Orchestral Instruments 1B           12.5%        H                  H


 FCM111 Keyboard 1A                         12.5%        H                  H
 FCM121 Keyboard 1B                         12.5%        H                  H


 FCM112 Guitar 1A                           12.5%        H                  H
 FCM122 Guitar 1B                           12.5%        H                  H


 FCM113 Voice 1A                            12.5%        H                  H
 FCM123 Voice 1B                            12.5%        H                  H


 FCM114 Composition 1A                      12.5%        H                  H
 FCM124 Composition 1B                      12.5%        H                  H
Plus 2 elective units (25%) chosen from the list below [a]

Year 2
   Unit                  Title              Weight     Sem 1           Sem 2    Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCT230 Form & Analysis                     12.5%        H
Plus one Music History unit chosen from either FCH220 or FCH310 or FCH320
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)     12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)          12.5%        H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)       12.5%                           H
Plus either FCC220 or FCN220
           Advanced Core Studies
 FCC220                                     12.5%        H
           (Classical)
           Advanced Core Studies
 FCN220                                     12.5%        H
           (Contemporary)
Major Studies Choose one of the following pairs:
 FCM210 Orchestral Instruments 2A           12.5%        H                  H
 FCM220 Orchestral Instruments 2B           12.5%        H                  H


 FCM211 Keyboard 2A                         12.5%        H                  H
 FCM221 Keyboard 2B                         12.5%        H                  H


 FCM212 Guitar 2A                           12.5%        H                  H
 FCM222 Guitar 2B                           12.5%        H                  H



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   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter


 FCM213 Voice 2A                            12.5%        H               H
 FCM223 Voice 2B                            12.5%        H               H


 FCM214 Composition 2A                      12.5%        H               H
 FCM224 Composition 2B                      12.5%        H               H


Plus 2 Ensemble units (25%) chosen from the list below [b]
Plus 1 elective unit (12.5%) chosen from the list below [d]

Year 3
   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Two Music History units chosen from either FCH220 or FCH310 or FCH320
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)     12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)          12.5%        H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)       12.5%                        H
Major Studies Plus choose one of the following pairs:
 FCM310 Orchestral Instruments 3A           12.5%        H               H
 FCM320 Orchestral Instruments 3B           12.5%        H               H


 FCM311 Keyboard 3A                         12.5%        H               H
 FCM321 Keyboard 3B                         12.5%        H               H


 FCM312 Guitar 3A                           12.5%        H               H
 FCM322 Guitar 3B                           12.5%        H               H


 FCM313 Voice 3A                            12.5%        H               H
 FCM323 Voice 3B                            12.5%        H               H


 FCM314 Composition 3A                      12.5%        H               H
 FCM324 Composition 3B                      12.5%        H               H
Plus 2 Ensemble units (25%) chosen from the list below [b]
Plus 2 elective units (25%) chosen from the list below [d]

Music Elective Units
Ensemble Elective units
   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCE210 Orchestra A                         12.5%        H               H                  H
 FCE220 Orchestra B                         12.5%        H               H                  H
 FCE310 Orchestra C                         12.5%        H               H                  H
 FCE320 Orchestra D                         12.5%        H               H                  H
 FCE211 Accompaniment A                     12.5%        H               H
 FCE221 Accompaniment B                     12.5%        H               H
 FCE311 Accompaniment C                     12.5%        H               H
 FCE321 Accompaniment D                     12.5%        H               H
 FCE213 Vocal Ensemble A                    12.5%        H               H
 FCE223 Vocal Ensemble B                    12.5%        H               H
 FCE313 Vocal Ensemble C                    12.5%        H               H
 FCE323 Vocal Ensemble D                    12.5%        H               H
 FCE215 Contemporary Ensemble A             12.5%        H               H
 FCE225 Contemporary Ensemble B             12.5%        H               H
 FCE315 Contemporary Ensemble C             12.5%        H               H
 FCE325 Contemporary Ensemble D             12.5%        H               H

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   Unit                  Title            Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer          Winter
 FCE216 Gospel Choir A                    12.5%         H               H
 FCE226 Gospel Choir B                    12.5%         H               H
 FCE316 Gospel Choir C                    12.5%         H               H
 FCE326 Gospel Choir D                    12.5%         H               H
 FCE217 Chamber Music A                   12.5%         H               H                               H
 FCE227 Chamber Music B                   12.5%         H               H                               H
 FCE317 Chamber Music C                   12.5%         H               H                               H
 FCE327 Chamber Music D                   12.5%         H               H                               H
 FCE129 Music Theatre Skills 1            12.5%                         H
 FCE229 Music Theatre Skills II           12.5%                         H
 FCE329 Musical Production                 25%
Music History elective units
 FCB112 History of Jazz                   12.5%         H
 FCB212 History of Jazz                   12.5%         H
 FCB116 Rock Revolution                   12.5%                         H
 FCB216 Rock Revolution                   12.5%                         H
 FCB122 World Music                       12.5%                         H
 FCB222 World Music                       12.5%                         H
 FCH311 Studies in Musicology             12.5%         H
 FCH321 Music Research Seminar            12.5%                         H
Audio Technology elective units
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                  12.5%         H               H
 FCB111 Audio Design                      12.5%         H
 FCB118 Music Typesetting                 12.5%         H
 FCB218 Music Typesetting                 12.5%         H
 FCB121 Advanced Audio Design             12.5%                         H
 FCB314 MIDI & Digital Audio              12.5%         H
 FCB324 Advanced MIDI & Digital Audio     12.5%
Audio Technology elective units
 FCB113 Music Teaching and Learning       12.5%                         H
 FCB117 Diction                           12.5%         H
 FCB217 Diction                           12.5%         H
 FCB140 Choral Experience                 12.5%         H
 FCB210 Rock Band Experience              12.5%                         H
 FCB215 Complementary Study               12.5%         H               H                               H
           Orchestral Instruments
 FCB310                                   12.5%
           Experience
 FCB311 Orchestration                     12.5%                         H
 FCB311 Orchestration                     12.5%                         H
 FCB312 Conducting                        12.5%         H
 FCC110 Professional Practice             12.5%
[a] Contemporary students must take FCF110 Foundation Audio as one of their electives; Composition Majors must take FCB118 Music
Typesetting; Classical Voice Majors must take FCB117 Diction; Music Theatre Majors must take FCE119 Music Theatre Skills 1.
[b] Students normally take Ensemble A and B but, subject to approval, may take two Ensemble A units. Music Theatre students are required
to take FCE229 as one of their ensemble electives. .
[c] Students normally take Ensemble C and D but, subject to approval, may take one Ensemble A and/or B unit, which has not been
previously taken. Music Theatre students are required to take FCE329 as one of their ensemble electives. .
[d] Students choose from the list of electives (including additional Ensembles), or may take any 12.5% unit within the University subject to
approval by the appropriate school.

Substitute units
Students who transferred in 2002 from the old BMus (F3H) to the new BMus (F3K) should refer to the following table as a guide to
appropriate substitute units not completed under the F3H degree structure:




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 Year 1

 Old Unit                     New Unit(s)

FCT100                        FCT110

FCP100                        FCH310

FCL100                        FCC120 and FCC210 OR FCN120 and FCN210

FCO100                        FCM110 and FCM120

Any complementary study       Any elective

 Year 2

FCT200                        FCT120

FCP200                        FCH220 and FCH320

FCL200                        FCC220 OR FCN220

FCE200                        FCE211

FCO200                        FCM210 and FCM220

FCO250                        FCE220 or any elective if FCE220 previously taken

Any complementary study       Any elective

 Year 3

FCT300                        FCT230

FCP300                        FCC110

FCE300                        FCE311

FCO300                        FCM310 and FCM320

FCO350                        FCE320

Any complementary study       Any elective

Music Cross-course enrolments
Students enrolled in the BMus may, with the approval of the dean or the dean's representative, enrol in units from another course to count
towards the BMus degree, entailing no more than 12.5% in year 1, 12.5% in year 2, and 25% in year 3.

Electives in Music
Students other than Music students from the Faculty of Arts, or the Faculties of Science, Engineering and Technology, Health Science,
Commerce or Law may undertake a range of individual electives within the BMus course, subject to the approval of the relevant faculty. A
list of electives is shown under the BMus schedule. Students from other faculties are subject to the same entrance tests as BMus students;
they participate in the same classes, and are assessed by the same criteria.

A major in Music
BA students may undertake a major in Music, consisting of a total of 100%. Students from other courses may also undertake a major in
Music, subject to the rules of their degree.




                                             Bachelor of Music Studies - F3M ( BMusSt )
Campus(es) Offered:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 9 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
The Bachelor of Music Studies provides a quality tertiary qualification at the undergraduate level. The educational objectives of this degree
is to allow for a general appreciation of music to expand over three years to a deeper level of knowledge, understanding and skill, in both the
applied and academic subjects that makes up the discipline of music, such as is required for a Bachelor degree.

All students will study core units in music theory, music history, aural and audio/technology skills. Beyond that students choose electives
that will allow them to specialise in areas of interest and increase their knowledge to a high level of achievement.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BMusSt in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.


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Admission & Prerequisites
Normal university entrance requirements apply.

All applicants are required to undertake an admission written test and interview. Qualified applicants for the specialized elective stream of
solo performance/ composition/ensembles will be invited to audition/submit a portfolio of work.

For individual performance/composition majors: It would desirable but not essential for applicants to have: pre-tertiary TCE Music, an
AMEB theory level of Grade 4, and for performers an AMEB performance level of Grade 5 or 6.

The Admission written test will act to inform the audition/interview panel of the applicant's level of musical theoretical and history
knowledge as well as aural and general writing abilities prior to the commencement of tertiary study.

Performance Audition: the candidate should prepare three short contrasting pieces to show their skill in the area of solo performance.

Through Interview, the panel will be able to investigate the thoroughness of the applicant's musical background and career aspirations.

Articulation From Course
Students who complete the first year of the award and who wish to continue instruction in the major study area (solo instrument, voice or
music composition) may apply to audition for the Bachelor of Music. Once they have completed that degree they may be eligible for the
BMus Honours in the performance/composition/musicology streams.

Students who complete the AssocDegMusSt may apply to articulate into the BMusSt. All units successfully completed in the
AssocDegMusSt could potentially be credited towards the BMusSt. NB: The Bachelor of Music Studies does have required units so, for
complete credit transfer from the Associate degree, unit choice would need to comply with the more structured schedule of the BMusSt.

Students who complete the Bachelor of Music Studies may apply for the BMus(Honours) musicology stream, (provided they have
completed the prerequisite level 300 music history units and 25% language unit)

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BMusSt in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

The units offered in the BMusSt are grouped into the following areas:

Group A :Music History

Group B: Ensemble

Group C: Musical Practice

Group D: Music Technology

Group E: Musicianship

Group F: Music Theory

To complete the BMusSt students choose 24 units comprising the following:

       6 x 12.5% units from one of the following Groups: A, B, C or D. This will constitute the specialist stream
       10 x 12.5% units from any group other than the specialist stream, with the combination consisting of a selection of units from a
       minimum of 3 groups
       8 x 12.5% elective units: minimum of 4 must be music units, chosen from any group (A, B, C, D, E or F). The other 4 units may
       come from music offerings, or from any school/discipline within the University, subject to approval from the appropriate School.

NB: Students wishing to enrol in the Practical Study units listed in Musical Practice (Group C) are required to pass an audition and interview
just prior to the semester in which they would like to be enrolled. The minimum standard of performance is AMEB Grade 5 practical (or
equivalent) while composition students are required to submit a portfolio of recent work, (including recordings wherever possible of
presented work) prior to the interview.

* Enrolment into a solo performance/composition unit is dependent upon an audition/submission of folio and the result of the applicant's
written diagnostic entrance exam. Enrolment into any ensemble unit also requires an audition.

Schedules
Group A: Music History Units
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer            Winter
 FCX110 Classic Tracks: Music on Record    12.5%          H
 FCX210 Classic Tracks: Music on Record    12.5%          H
 FCB112 History of Jazz                    12.5%          H

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   Unit                Title              Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCB212 History of Jazz                   12.5%     H
 FCB116 Rock Revolution                   12.5%             H
 FCB216 Rock Revolution                   12.5%             H
 FCB122 World Music                       12.5%             H
 FCB222 World Music                       12.5%             H
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)   12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)        12.5%     H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)     12.5%             H
 FCH311 Studies in Musicology             12.5%     H
 FCH321 Music Research Seminar            12.5%             H



Group B: Ensemble Units
   Unit                Title              Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCE210 Orchestra A                       12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE220 Orchestra B                       12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE310 Orchestra C                       12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE320 Orchestra D                       12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE211 Accompaniment A                   12.5%     H       H
 FCE221 Accompaniment B                   12.5%     H       H
 FCE311 Accompaniment C                   12.5%     H       H
 FCE321 Accompaniment D                   12.5%     H       H
 FCE213 Vocal Ensemble A                  12.5%     H       H
 FCE223 Vocal Ensemble B                  12.5%     H       H
 FCE313 Vocal Ensemble C                  12.5%     H       H
 FCE323 Vocal Ensemble D                  12.5%     H       H
 FCE215 Contemporary Ensemble A           12.5%     H       H
 FCE225 Contemporary Ensemble B           12.5%     H       H
 FCE315 Contemporary Ensemble C           12.5%     H       H
 FCE325 Contemporary Ensemble D           12.5%     H       H
 FCE216 Gospel Choir A                    12.5%     H       H
 FCE226 Gospel Choir B                    12.5%     H       H
 FCE316 Gospel Choir C                    12.5%     H       H
 FCE326 Gospel Choir D                    12.5%     H       H
 FCE217 Chamber Music A                   12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE227 Chamber Music B                   12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE317 Chamber Music C                   12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE327 Chamber Music D                   12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE230 Ensemble Project 1A               6.25%     H
 FCE231 Ensemble Project 2A               6.25%             H
 FCE232 Ensemble Project 1B               6.25%     H
 FCE233 Ensemble Project 2B               6.25%             H


Group C: Music Practice Units
   Unit                Title              Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCP110 Foundation Practical Study         25%      H       H
 FCP120 Advanced Practical Study           25%      H       H
 FCB140 Choral Experience                 12.5%     H
 FCB210 Rock Band Experience              12.5%             H
        Orchestral Instruments
 FCB310                                   12.5%
        Experience
 FCB113 Music Teaching and Learning       12.5%             H
 FCB117 Diction                           12.5%     H
 FCB217 Diction                           12.5%     H


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   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer              Winter
 FCB215 Complementary Study               12.5%          H              H                               H
 FCB311 Orchestration                     12.5%                         H
 FCB312 Conducting                        12.5%          H
 FCC110 Professional Practice             12.5%
 FCT215 Introduction to Time Theory       12.5%          H
NB: Students wishing to enrol in the Practical Study units (FCP110 or FCP120) listed in Group C are required to pass an audition and
interview just prior to the semester in which they would like to be enrolled. The minimum standard of performance is AMEB Grade 5
practical (or equivalent) while composition students are required to submit a portfolio of recent work, (including recordings wherever
possible of presented work) prior to the interview.

Group D: Music Technology Units
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer              Winter
 FCB118 Music Typesetting                 12.5%          H
 FCB218 Music Typesetting                 12.5%          H
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                  12.5%          H              H
 FCB111 Audio Design                      12.5%          H
 FCB121 Advanced Audio Design             12.5%                         H
 FCB314 MIDI & Digital Audio              12.5%          H
 FCB324 Advanced MIDI & Digital Audio     12.5%


Group E: Musicianship Units
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer              Winter
 FCG110 Foundation Musicianship           12.5%                         H
          Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                                   12.5%          H
          (Classical)
          Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                                   12.5%          H
          (Contemporary)
          Intermediate Core Studies
 FCC210                                   12.5%                         H
          (Classical)
          Intermediate Core Studies
 FCN210                                   12.5%                         H
          (Contemporary)
          Advanced Core Studies
 FCC220                                   12.5%          H
          (Classical)
          Advanced Core Studies
 FCN220                                   12.5%          H
          (Contemporary)


Group F: Music Theory Units
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1          Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring         Summer              Winter
 FCG120 Foundation Theory                 12.5%                         H
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                      12.5%          H
 FCT220 Advanced Theory                   12.5%                         H
 FCT230 Form & Analysis                   12.5%          H
 FCT215 Introduction to Time Theory       12.5%          H




                           Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Teaching - F3S ( BMus-BTeach )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 4yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): (03) 6226 2061

Introduction
This four-year full-time combined degree of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Teaching is offered on the Hobart campus by the Faculty of
Arts and the Faculty of Education. Students can take up to a maximum of 10 years part-time to complete the degree.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BMus-BTeach in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

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Admission & Prerequisites
Normal university entrance requirements apply. In addition it would be desirable (though not essential) for applicants to have: pre-tertiary
TCE music; an AMEB instrumental/vocal level of Grade 6 or 7; Grade 5 theory. Applicants are required to undertake an admission music
theory test, performance audition/folio of works, and interview.

Objectives
The educational objectives of the course are consistent with those of the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Teaching single degrees.

Career Outcomes
Successful completion of this course should make students eligible for employment as Music teachers.

Professional Recognition
Teacher registration (Tasmanian Teachers Registration Board)

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BMus-BTeach in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

To qualify for the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Teaching, students must successfully complete 400% from units in the BMus and
BTeach schedules. 212.5% is required for the BMus component and 187.5% for the BTeach component.

212.5% Music, comprises: a compulsory core of 14 x 12.5%;

3 x 12.5% music electives (classical voice students must take Diction;

composition students must take Music Typesetting as one of their electives)

These units will be taken as follows:

100% in first year;

62.5% in second year and

50% in the third year of the course.

187.5% Education, comprises the units listed in the course schedule.

Schedules
Year 1
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
Major Study 1A (Enrolment codes FCM11x) (12.5%)
 FCT110 Tonal Theory                       12.5%         H
 FCB140 Choral Experience                  12.5%         H
Major Study 1B (Enrolment codes FCM12x) (12.5%)
Music History Elective (12.5%)
 FCT220 Advanced Theory                    12.5%                          H
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                   12.5%         H                H
Either FCC120 or FCN120
          Foundation Core Studies
 FCC120                                    12.5%         H
          (Classical)
          Foundation Core Studies
 FCN120                                    12.5%         H
          (Contemporary)


Year 2
   Unit                 Title             Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2         Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
Major Study 2A (Enrolment codes FCM21x) (12.5%)
Either FCC210 or FCN210
          Intermediate Core Studies
 FCC210                                    12.5%                          H
          (Classical)
          Intermediate Core Studies
 FCN210                                    12.5%                          H
          (Contemporary)
 ESA160 Professional Studies 1A            12.5%         H,L

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   Unit                  Title             Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 ESA161 Professional Studies 1B            12.5%            H,L
Music Elective (12.5%)
 FCB210 Rock Band Experience               12.5%             H
 FCT230 Form & Analysis                    12.5%     H
 ESA198 School Experience 1 and 2 Part A 6.25%      H,L
 ESA199 School Experience 1 and 2 Part B 6.25%              H,L


Year 3
   Unit                  Title             Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCB314 MIDI & Digital Audio               12.5%     H
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)         12.5%     H
        Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA178                                    12.5%     L
        Performing Arts - Music 1A
          Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA179                                    12.5%             L
          Performing Arts - Music 1B
          Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA180                                    12.5%     L
          Performing Arts - Music PP 1A
          Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA181                                    12.5%             L
          Performing Arts - Music PP 1B
Music Ensemble Elective (12.5%)
          Orchestral Instruments
 FCB310                                    12.5%
          Experience


Year 4
   Unit                  Title             Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 ESA260 Professional Studies 2A            12.5%    H,L
 ESA261 Professional Studies 2B            12.5%            H,L
        Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA272                                    6.25%     L
        Performing Arts - Music 2A
          Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA273                                    6.25%             L
          Performing Arts - Music 2B
        Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA274 Music -- Performance Practice      6.25%     L
        2A
        Curriculum and Method Studies:
 ESA275 Music -- Performance Practice      6.25%             L
        2B
          Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA288                                    12.5%    H,L
          Multiliteracies 2
          Cross-Curriculum Studies:
 ESA289                                    12.5%            H,L
          Interdisciplinary Project
 ESA231 School Experience 3                12.5%    H,L
 ESA232 School Experience 4                12.5%    H,L     H,L


Music Electives
   Unit                  Title             Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCB112 History of Jazz                    12.5%     H
 FCB116 Rock Revolution                    12.5%             H
 FCB122 World Musicfcb117                  12.5%             H
 FCB117 Diction                            12.5%     H
 FCB118 Music Typesetting                  12.5%     H
Major Study 2B (Enrolment codes FCM22x)


Ensemble Elective
Students choose from the following:
   Unit                  Title             Weight   Sem 1   Sem 2   Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FCE210 Orchestra A                        12.5%     H       H                  H
 FCE211 Accompaniment A                    12.5%     H       H


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   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
 FCE215 Contemporary Ensemble A            12.5%          H               H
 FCE216 Gospel Choir A                     12.5%          H               H
 FCE217 Chamber Music A                    12.5%          H               H                                H
Major Study Units: Music
Students choose one of the following sets of units:
FCM 110/120/210 Classical or Contemporary Orchestral Instruments 1A, 1B, 2A
FCM 111/121/211 Classical or Contemporary Keyboard 1A, 1B, 2A
FCM 112/122/212 Classical or Contemporary Guitar 1A, 1B, 2A
FCM 113/123/213 Classical or Contemporary Voice 1A, 1B, 2A
FCM 114/124/214 Composition 1A, 1B, 2A
Music Electives
Students may elect one unit from the following:
FCM 220 Classical or Contemporary Orchestral Instruments 2B
FCM 221 Classical or Contemporary Keyboard 2B
FCM 222 Classical or Contemporary Guitar 2B
FCM 223 Classical or Contemporary Voice 2B
FCM 224 Composition 2B
An Ensemble unit ¿ Orchestra, Accompaniment, Guitar Ensemble, Voice Ensemble,
Contemporary Ensemble, Gospel Choir, Chamber Music
FCB 117 Diction (required of all classical voice students)
FCB 118 Music Typesetting (required of all composition students)
Composition and classical voice students should take this required unit in year 1, semester 1, swapping it with their elective history unit
And:
Students also elect one of the following history electives:
FCB 112/212 History of Jazz
FCB 116/216 Rock Revolution
FCB 122/222 World Music



                                    Bachelor of Music with Honours - F4D ( BMus(Hons) )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 1yr, Maximum 2 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
Bachelor of Music with Honours is a 1-year (minimum) full-time course with specialisation in Performance, Composition or Musicology.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BMus(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Entry to the Honours program is by invitation or formal application. Candidates are expected to have a good academic record, and to have
satisfied minimum criteria as either: successful completion of a Pass degree in Music with high achievement in the area of specialisation and
grades of Credit or better in other level 300 units; or demonstrate equivalent professional attainment.

Objectives
The program emphasises the need for a spirit of excellence and a strong sense of independent inquiry. Candidates should have a strong
commitment to the implications of their research for music practice.

Career Outcomes
Graduates of the Bachelor of Music with Honours are engaged at all levels of the music profession, both in Australia and overseas. They
enjoy successful careers as performers, teachers and administrators, or may be involved in broadcasting, journalism or as music critics.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BMus(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Candidates work with one or two supervisors and are expected to submit an Honours proposal by late March, for approval by the Honours
Committee. The approved proposal will consist of a unified project combining performance or composition and a written exegesis. For


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Musicology candidates the proposal will focus on a substantial written thesis or analysis project.

All candidates are required to attend the Music Research Methodology class in first semester and attend and give a presentation in the
Honours Seminar in second semester. Also, all performance and composition students are required to attend the weekly performance class of
their chosen discipline.

The Honours Committee, advised by examiner and supervisor reports, will oversee the grades to be awarded to each Honours candidate.
Assessment weightings will be as follows:

Performance

The recitals and exegesis must constitute a unified project --

Mid-year recital: 20%

Final recital (different repertoire to that of the mid-year presentation): 50%

Music Research Methodology: assignments (semester one): 10%

Exegesis (10,000 words): 20%

Composition

The folios and exegesis must constitute a unified project --

Mid-year folio: 20%

Final folio (different content from that of the mid-year presentation): 50%

Music Research Methodology: assignments (semester one): 10%

Exegesis (10,000 words): 20%

Musicology

Thesis (25,000 words): 50%

Music Research Methodology: assignments and 5,000 word paper (semester one): 25%

Two music units at 400 level; or pertinent non-music units offered in other faculties: 25%

Students enrol as follows:

FCZ451     Bachelor of Music with Honours (Full time)       50%

FCZ452     Bachelor of Music with Honours (Full time)       50%

or

FCZ441     Bachelor of Music with Honours (Part time)       25%

FCZ442     Bachelor of Music with Honours (Part time)       25%

FCZ443     Bachelor of Music with Honours (Part time)       25%

FCZ444     Bachelor of Music with Honours (Part time)       25%




                        Bachelor of Social Science (Police Studies) - R3K ( BSocSc(Police Studies) )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 8 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): (03) 6226 2319

Introduction
Contact person: Dr R Hall.

The Bachelor of Social Science (Police Studies) is a vocationally-oriented course offered by the Faculty of Arts at both the Hobart and
Launceston campuses. Students may study full-time or part-time and have nine enrolment years, including the year of passing the first unit
for the degree, in which to complete course requirements.


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 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BSocSc(Police Studies) in 2006. For students who commenced
prior to 2006, the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to
the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants are expected to meet the normal requirements set by the University for entry to degree courses. These include several categories
of special admission, such as mature age. No subject prerequisites apply to this degree. In addition, applicants who have completed the
Tasmania Police Recruitment Course (TPRC) are eligible for admission. Entry to the course occurs normally in February, and there may be
limited entry in July.

Objectives
The Bachelor of Social Science (Police Studies) is designed to provide students with high quality social science training together with
specific knowledge and skills of policing. Graduates with this degree will have learned the following: to understand and analyse complex
issues concerning policing practice in contemporary society; to understand the changing roles and expectations of police in the context of a
changing society; to articulate the interaction between theory and practice in police studies; to develop a broad array of intellectual, practical
and professional capabilities; to develop critical, analytical and communication skills; and to organise and conduct research projects.

Career Outcomes
The degree provides a sound academic base for those considering careers in policing. For serving police officers, the acquisition of tertiary
qualifications is clearly becoming advantageous for career advancement.

Articulation From Course
Credit for previous studyTasmania Police Recruitment Course graduates are eligible to receive a total of 50% credit - unspecified 25% credit
at level 100 and 25% credit at level 200 towards the Police Studies major. They are still required to take at least two level 100 disciplines
from List A1 but are required to take only one level 100 discipline from List A2.

Tasmania Police Sergeants Course graduates are eligible to receive unspecified 12.5% credit at level 200 or level 300 towards the degree for
studies completed since 1998. Tasmania Police Inspectors Course graduates are eligible to receive unspecified 25% credit at level 200 or
level 300 towards the degree for studies completed since 1998.

A student who has completed or partly completed another degree from this University or another approved institution can apply for credit for
their previous study towards the BSocSc(PoliceStudies) degree.

Miscellaneous Information
The BSocSc(PoliceStudies) degree course and the Police Studies major are coordinated by the School of Government. The School is located
on Level 5 of the Arts Building in Hobart. Inquiries should be directed to Dr Robert Hall, Room 503, phone (03) 6226 2319 or contact the
School on (03) 6226 2329.


Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BSocSc(Police Studies) in 2006. For students who commenced
prior to 2006, the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to
the 2004 Handbook.

To qualify for the degree, students must complete successfully a number of units weighted at 100% at level 100, 100% at level 200, and
100% at level 300 (ie a total of 300%).

At level 100 (first year), students must complete 100% in units from four disciplines (weighted at a maximum of 25% for each discipline)
which are listed in two categories (A1 and A2) in Schedule A.

At least two disciplines must be chosen from List A1 - Introduction to Government A and B (level 100 units that constitute parts of the
Public Policy and Political Science majors), Sociology, Social Ecology (Hobart only), History, Philosophy.

No more than two disciplines can be chosen from List A2 - Psychology, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Introduction
to Law. Note that students who include Introduction to Law in their program of study are not permitted to undertake a Law major as part of
this particular degree in subsequent years.

At level 200 (second year), students must complete 50% in units from the Police Studies major and 50% from one of the disciplines chosen
at level 100 (apart from Law).

At level 300 (third year), students must complete 50% in units from the Police Studies major and 50% from the discipline chosen to continue
at level 200 (which then becomes the second major).

Note too, that students must include three compulsory 'core' units in their Police Studies major program: HSD205/305 Policing and
Governance , HGA203/303 Social and Political Research , and either LAW615 Criminology or HGA206/306 Crime and Criminal Justice or
HGA259/359 Sociology of Deviance .




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Sample course structure 1

 Year 1 (100%)

Introduction to Law                       25%

Introduction to Government A and B        25%

Human Resource Management                 25%

Sociology                                 25%

 Year 2 (100%)

Police Studies                            50%

Sociology                                 50%

 Year 3 (100%)

Police Studies                            50%

Sociology                                 50%

                                           Total 300%

                                          Police Studies major 100%

                                          Sociology major 125%

Sample course structure 2
With credit for Tasmania Police Recruitment Course (TPRC)

 Year 1 (100%)

Introduction to Government A & B         25%

TPRC credit                              25%

Sociology                                25%

History                                  25%

 Year 2 (100%)

Police Studies                           25%

TPRC credit                              25%

Public Policy                            50%

 Year 3 (100%)

Police Studies                           50%

Public Policy                            50%

                                          Totals 300%

                                         Police Studies major 100%

                                         Public Policy major 125%


Schedules
Schedule A


Level 100
Students are required to complete 100% in units at this level from four disciplines (each normally taught as two 12.5% units) which are listed
below in two categories -- A1 and A2 [a]

List A1
   Unit                  Title               Weight       Sem 1            Sem 2          Full Yr     Spring          Summer          Winter
Choose at least two disciplines (each weighted at a maximum of 25%) from the following:
From the History discipline:
                                                          H,L,W                                                          H
 HTA101 History 1A                           12.5%
                                                      External(H,L,W,                                             External(H,L,W,


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   Unit                   Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr           Spring           Summer            Winter
                                                              I,N)                                                                    I,N)
                                                                              H,L,W
           History 1B: Age of Revolution
 HTA102                                        12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
           and Empire c. 1780-1820
                                                                                I,N)
           History 1C: The Modern World
 HTA107                                        12.5%                             H
           in Australia to 1860
From the Philosophy discipline:
 HPA101 Philosophy 1A                          12.5%            H                                                                      H
 HPA102 Philosophy 1B                          12.5%                             H
                                                             L
 HPA181 The Good Life                          12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                           I,N)
                                                                                  L
           Introduction to General
 HPA182                                        12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
           Philosophy
                                                                                I,N)
                                                                                  H
 HPA103 Critical Thinking                      12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                I,N)
From the Political Science discipline:
                                                           H,L
                                                                                                                               External(H,L,W,
 HSG101 Introduction to Government A           12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                     I,N)
                                                           I,N)
                                                                                H,L
                                                                                                                                                 External(H,L,W,
 HSG102 Introduction to Government B           12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                                       I,N)
                                                                                I,N)
From the Public Policy discipline:
                                                           H,L
                                                                                                                               External(H,L,W,
 HSG101 Introduction to Government A           12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                     I,N)
                                                           I,N)
                                                                                H,L
                                                                                                                                                 External(H,L,W,
 HSG102 Introduction to Government B           12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                                       I,N)
                                                                                I,N)
From the Social Ecology discipline (Social Ecology major is available to Hobart students only. It currently in teach-out mode to Launceston with the last intake
to the major in 2004):
                                                         H,L,W
HGA101 Sociology A                             12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                                   H
                                                           I,N)
                                                                              H,L,W                                                    L
HGA102 Sociology B                             12.5%                      External(H,L,W,                                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                I,N)                                                 I,N)
From the Sociology discipline:
                                                         H,L,W
HGA101 Sociology A                             12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                                   H
                                                           I,N)
                                                                              H,L,W                                                    L
HGA102 Sociology B                             12.5%                      External(H,L,W,                                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                I,N)                                                 I,N)


List A2
   Unit                   Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr           Spring           Summer            Winter
No more than 50% from two disciplines can be chosen from the following:
From the Human Resource Management discipline:
BMA101 Introduction to Management              12.5%       H,L,W,G,J            H,L
       Management of Human
BMA121                                         12.5%                            H,L                                                    H
       Resources
From the Information Systems discipline:
 BSA101 Business Information Systems           12.5%        H,L,W,J             H,L                                  G
        Information Modelling and
 BSA102                                        12.5%            G              H,L,W                                                  H,J
        Infrastructures
From the Psychology discipline:
                                                         H,L,W
KHA101 Psychology 1A                           12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                                   H
                                                           I,N)


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   Unit                   Title                Weight         Sem 1                Sem 2     Full Yr          Spring           Summer            Winter
                                                                              H,L,W
 KHA102 Psychology 1B                          12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                I,N)
Or the units LAW121 and LAW122
LAW121 Introduction to Law                     12.5%         H,L,W
LAW122 Legal Systems                           12.5%                           H,L,W
[a] Students who have completed the Tasmania Police Recruitment Course (TPRC) are granted 25% credit at level 100, which means they are required to take at
least two level 100 disciplines from List A1 but are required to take only one level 100 discipline from List A2.


1. Police Studies major (compulsory)
To achieve a major in Police Studies students must complete 50% in level 200 units and 50% in level 300 units taken from the following
schedule:

Level 200 and level 300
   Unit                   Title                Weight         Sem 1                Sem 2     Full Yr          Spring           Summer            Winter
 Three core units (with a total weight of 37.5%):
 HSD205 Policing and Governance                12.5%                               H,L
 HSD305 Policing and Governance                12.5%                               H,L
 HGA203 Social and Political Research          12.5%           H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research          12.5%           H,L
and either LAW615 or HGA206/306 or HGA259/359
LAW615 Criminology                             12.5%            H
 HGA206 Crime and Criminal Justice             12.5%            H
 HGA306 Crime and Criminal Justice             12.5%            H
                                                                                  L
 HGA259 Sociology of Deviance                  12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                I,N)
                                                                                  L
 HGA359 Sociology of Deviance                  12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                I,N)
 Plus five elective units [a] (with a total weight of 62.5%) from the following:
                                                                                H,L
           Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB206                                        12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
           Tasmania
                                                                                I,N)
                                                                                H,L
           Contemporary Indigenous
 HAB306                                        12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
           Tasmania
                                                                                I,N)
 HAB208 Indigenous Justice Issues              12.5%
 HAB308 Indigenous Justice Issues              12.5%
 HGA206 Crime and Criminal Justice             12.5%            H
 HGA306 Crime and Criminal Justice             12.5%            H
 HGA207 Sociology of Law                       12.5%
 HGA307 Sociology of Law                       12.5%
                                                                                  L
 HGA259 Sociology of Deviance                  12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                I,N)
                                                                                  L
 HGA359 Sociology of Deviance                  12.5%                      External(H,L,W,
                                                                                I,N)
 HGA277 Sociology of Youth                     12.5%                                L
 HGA377 Sociology of Youth                     12.5%                                L
 HGE204 Sociology of Population Change         12.5%                                H
 HGE304 Sociology of Population Change         12.5%                                H
        The Environment, Crime and
 HGE211                                        12.5%                                H
        Social Regulation
           The Environment, Crime and
 HGE311                                        12.5%                                H
           Social Regulation
 HPA212 Professional Ethics                    12.5%                                H
 HPA312 Professional Ethics                    12.5%                                H



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   Unit                    Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring           Summer            Winter
                                                                         External(H,L,W,
 HPA242 Law, Society and Morality              12.5%
                                                                               I,N)
                                                                         External(H,L,W,
 HPA342 Law, Society and Morality              12.5%
                                                                               I,N)
 HSA201 Race and Ethnic Politics               12.5%           H
 HSA301 Race and Ethnic Politics               12.5%           H
                                                             H
           Espionage, Terror and Global
 HSA270                                        12.5% External(H,L,W,
           Disorder
                                                           I,N)
                                                             H
           Espionage, Terror and Global
 HSA370                                        12.5% External(H,L,W,
           Disorder
                                                           I,N)
           The Politics of International
 HSA271                                        12.5%                            H,L
           Justice
           The Politics of International
 HSA371                                        12.5%                            H,L
           Justice
           Sex, Drugs and Toxic Waste:
 HSD207                                        12.5%                            H,L
           Risk and Regulation
           Sex, Drugs and Toxic Waste:
 HSD307                                        12.5%                            H,L
           Risk and Regulation
 HSD231 Social Policy in Welfare States        12.5%
 HSD331 Social Policy in Welfare States        12.5%
        Political Activism: Local to
 HSG202                                        12.5%
        Global
           Political Activism: Local to
 HSG302                                        12.5%
           Global
 HSG206 Special Topic in Government            12.5%          H,L               H,L                                                  H,L
 HSG306 Special Topic in Government            12.5%          H,L               H,L                                                  H,L
 HSP200 Special Topic in Policing              12.5%          H,L               H,L                                                  H,L
 HSP300 Special Topic in Policing              12.5%          H,L               H,L                                                  H,L
 HSR200 International Security                 12.5%                            H,L
 HSR300 International Security                 12.5%                            H,L
           Crime and the Law in Historical
 HTA218                                        12.5%           H
           Perspective
           Crime and the Law in Historical
 HTA318                                        12.5%           H
           Perspective
 KHA212 Peace, Conflict & Law                  12.5%
 KHA312 Peace, Conflict & Law                  12.5%
LAW225 Criminal Law A                          12.5%           H
LAW226 Criminal Law B                          12.5%                             H
LAW615 Criminology                             12.5%           H
[a] Students who have completed the Tasmania Police Recruitment Course (TPRC) are granted 25% credit at level 200 towards the Police Studies major. Thus
they are required to complete only 25% of level 200 subjects instead of 50%. Tasmania Police Sergeants Course graduates are eligible to receive unspecified
12.5% credit at level 200 or level 300 towards the degree for studies completed since 1998. Tasmania Police Inspectors Course graduates are eligible to receive
unspecified 25% credit at level 200 or level 300 towards the degree for studies completed since 1998.
[b] if not taken as a core unit
 [c] Criminology, Criminal Law and Sociology of Law may count at either level 200 or 300. Students should note that LAW121 and LAW122 are prerequisites
for LAW225 and LAW226
[d] Students should note that KHA101 Psychology 1A and KHA102 Psychology 1B are prerequisites for KHA212/312 Peace, Conflict and Law.


2. History major
 Prerequisite: 25% of History units at level 100. To achieve a major in History students must complete 50% in units at level 200 and 50% in
units at level 300 as listed in the

Bachelor of Arts Schedule

3. Human Resource Management major
Prerequisite: 25% in BMA101 Introduction to Management and BMA121 Management of Human Resources. To achieve a major in
Human Resource Management students must complete 100% in units at level 200 and level 300 from the following schedule:




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Level 200 units:
   Unit                   Title           Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer           Winter
BMA201 Organisational Behaviour           12.5%      H,L,J,M                                           G            H,J,M
BMA241 Workplace Relations                12.5%       H,L,M
BMA205 Business Research Methods          12.5%                      H,L,J,M
plus one of either BMA225 or BMA251 or BFA281
           Human Resource Management in
BMA225                                    12.5%                      H,L,M
           the Service Industries
BMA251 Principles of Marketing            12.5%                        H,L                                            H
 BFA281 Financial Management              12.5%                      H,L,W                                            H


Level 300 units
   Unit                   Title           Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer           Winter
BMA324 Human Resource Development         12.5%       H,L,M
       International Human Resource
BMA381                                    12.5%       H,L,M
       Management
BMA302 Strategic Management               12.5%                      H,L,M                                          H,J,M
Plus either BMA330 or *BMA391
           Strategic Issues in Human
BMA330                                    12.5%                        H,L
           Resource Management
BMA391 Managerial Social Responsibility   12.5%                      H,L,M


4. Information Systems major (Hobart)
Prerequisite: 25% level 100 Information Systems. To achieve a major in this subject students must complete 50% in units at level 200 and
50% in units at level 300 from the following schedule:



Level 200 units
   Unit                   Title           Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer           Winter
 BSA201 Systems Analysis and Design       12.5%       H,L,J            F,J                             G
 BSA203 Information Management            12.5%                        H,L                             G
 BSA206 Database Management Systems       12.5%      H,L,G,J
Plus one elective from:
           Systems Development
 BSA202                                   12.5%         G              H,L
           Methodologies
 BSA204 Business Logistics                12.5%        H,L
 BSA207 Web Management                    12.5%                        H,L                                             F


Level 300 units
   Unit                   Title           Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2          Full Yr         Spring        Summer           Winter
        IS Strategic Planning &
 BSA303                                   12.5%         H                                              G
        Management
 BSA306 Electronic Commerce               12.5%        H,L
       Foundations of Media and
LAW602                                    12.5%        H,L
       Information Technology Law
Plus one elective from:
 BSA301 IS Project Management             12.5%       H,L,G                                                           H
 BSA304 Decision Support Systems          12.5%                      H,L,W                             G
 BSA305 Current Trends in IS              12.5%
 BSA307 Electronic Commerce Project       12.5%                        H,L
 BSA308 Advanced Systems Development      12.5%                        H


5. Philosophy major
Prerequisite: 25% in level 100 Philosophy. To achieve a major in this subject students must complete 50% in units at level 200 and 50% in
units at level 300 units from the Bachelor of Arts Schedule.




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6. Psychology major
 Prerequisite: 25% level 100 Psychology. To achieve a major in this subject students must complete 50% in units at level 200 and 50% in
units at level 300 from the following schedule:

Core units
   Unit                    Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr           Spring            Summer            Winter
 KHA201 Research Methods 2                      12.5%          H,L
 KHA350 Research Methods 3                      12.5%          H,L
Either KHA202/302 or KHA262/362
           Lifespan Developmental
 KHA202                                         12.5%                              H
           Psychology
           Lifespan Developmental
 KHA302                                         12.5%                              H
           Psychology
           Development Through the
 KHA262                                         12.5%                              L
           Lifespan
           Development Through the
 KHA362                                         12.5%                              L
           Lifespan
Plus a further 25% of electives at level 200 and a further 37.5% at level 300 from the Bachelor of Arts schedule. Students should note availability of units in
Launceston and Hobart.


7. Political Science major
 Prerequisite: 25% in level 100 Political Science. To achieve a major in this subject students must complete 50% in units at level 200 and
50% in units at level 300 units from the Bachelor of Arts Schedule.

8. Public Policy major
 Prerequisites: 25% in level 100 Public Policy. To achieve a major in this subject students must complete 50% of level 200 units and 50%
of level 300 chosen from the Bachelor of Arts schedule.

9. Social Ecology major*
 Prerequisites: 25% in level 100 Social Ecology. To achieve a major in this subject students must complete 50% of level 200 units and 50%
of level 300, including the following core units:
   Unit                    Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr           Spring            Summer            Winter
 HGE203 Sociology of Underdevelopment           12.5%            H
 HGE303 Sociology of Underdevelopment           12.5%            H
 HGE204 Sociology of Population Change          12.5%                              H
 HGE304 Sociology of Population Change          12.5%                              H
And a further 75% of units chosen from the Social Ecology units listed in the Bachelor of Arts Schedule; but excluding HGA203/303.
(*Social Ecology major is available to Hobart students only. It currently in teach-out mode to Launceston with the last intake to the major in
2004)

10. Sociology major
   Unit                    Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2             Full Yr           Spring            Summer            Winter
                                                                                   L
           Sociological Analysis of Modern
 HGA202                                         12.5%            H         External(H,L,W,
           Society
                                                                                 I,N)
And a further 87.5% of units chosen from the Sociology units listed in the Bachelor of Arts schedule but excluding HGA203/303.




                                                Bachelor of Social Science - R3C ( BSocSc )
Campus(es) Offered: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 8 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction
The Bachelor of Social Science (BSocSc) is a 3-year course, offered on the Launceston campus only, which provides a focused course of
study for students wanting to gain expertise in social science applied to practical real-world issues. It links the disciplinary bases of human
resource management, sociology, political science, public policy, psychology and social ecology to their practical applications. It combines
units from the Faculty of Arts with units from the Faculty of Commerce, and the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology. It teaches
valuable skills in the methodology of social research and prepares graduates particularly for careers in the post-industrial service and
information sector.
Students may study full time or part time and have nine enrolment years, including the year of passing the first unit for the degree, in which

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to complete course requirements. Students currently enrolled in other degree courses at the University may apply for entry to the BSocSc.
Credit may be granted for some or all of their previous study. Prospective students wishing to transfer at a later date to the Bachelor of Social
Work degree should discuss their program with a Faculty Officer. Limited mid-year entry is available to this course.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BSocSc in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants will be expected to meet the minimum entry requirements, which include several categories of special admission, set by the
University for entry to degree courses. No specific Faculty or subject prerequisites apply.

Objectives
The Bachelor of Social Science aims to give undergraduates a broad exposure to applied social science, while allowing them to study social
science and management issues within a non-professional educational context. Students will be able to link the disciplinary bases of
management and administrative studies to their practical applications.
The program will develop a student's general abilities in the areas of:

       written expression
       linguistic skills
       creative self-expression
       capacity to analyse and interpret in a dispassionate and objective manner
       capacity for reasoned criticism
       data acquisition and analysis
       research techniques
       marshalling facts in support of arguments, and
       evaluating the possible outcomes of alternative courses of action, with the emphasis varying according to the particular program
       chosen.

Students will be able to prepare themselves for careers in the post-industrial service sector whilst acquiring a qualification that will certify
them in the specific knowledge and skills that social science can offer. Students may obtain professional recognition from the Australian
Human Resources Institute if they have completed a Human Resource Management major.

Career Outcomes
Graduates of the Bachelor of Social Science will be strong applicants for positions in a wide range of fields such as social and market
research, human resource management, public administration and management in commonwealth, state and local government, policy
analysis, social welfare administration, journalism and the media, and industrial relations.

Articulation From Course
A student who has completed or partly completed another degree from this University or another approved institution can apply for credit for
their previous study towards the BSocSc degree. Units from courses offered by other faculties of the University may be included provided
they do not exceed the permissible weighting.

Miscellaneous Information

Enrolment restrictions – quotas
All prospective BSocSc students, including those currently enrolled in other courses in the University, should be aware that admission will
be subject to quotas and formal selection procedures.

Students interested in studying the BSocSc degree must complete an Application for Admission form available from Student Administration
(phone: Launceston (03) 6324 3106; Hobart (03) 6226 2812). Tasmanian Year 12 students will automatically have Admission forms for the
following year sent to their home address during August.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BSocSc in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

At level 100, students must complete units from a minimum of three disciplines (weighted at a maximum of 25% for each discipline). These
can be chosen from Sociology, Human Resource Management, Introduction to Government or Psychology. The remaining 25% can be taken
from those mentioned above, or can be taken from units such as English, Geography, History, Indonesian, Philosophy, or units from the
Faculty of Commerce.

Introduction to Law (weighted at 25%) may also be taken as a level 100 unit, but students who include this in their program of study are not
permitted to take a Law major as part of this particular degree course in subsequent years.

At level 200, students select two major subjects which they study over the remaining two years of the award. Each consists of eight 12.5%
units, some of which may be compulsory for each major. Currently students have a choice among five majors: Human Resource
Management, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy and Sociology. Note: Currently, students are not able to complete majors in both

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Political Science and Public Policy. Units to be included in the degree are listed in the attached schedule.

The following conditions apply to enrolment in the Bachelor of Social Science course:

       Students must pass in units totalling 100% weight at each level of the three year course (a total of 300%).
       Students must select units to meet the requirements for two majors from the following fields of study: Human Resource Management,
       Psychology, Political Science or Public Policy and Sociology. At least one major must be from a School in the Faculty of Arts.
       A major sequence is defined as sequential studies in one discipline as follows:
       25% at level 100 and 50% at level 200, and 50% at level 300.
       The unit HGA203/303 Social and Political Research is a core unit in the degree and must be taken as part of one Faculty of Arts
       major.
       The maximum percentage at level 100 in any given discipline which may be counted towards the degree is 25%.
       Full-time students may not normally enrol in units totalling more than 100% and part-time students in units totalling more than 74%.
       Units may be counted towards the degree only if they have been taken in accordance with prerequisites determined by the Faculty.
       Students may not count towards the degree any unit whose content substantially repeats the content of a unit already counted.

Sample course 1

 Level 100

English (elective)                  25%

Human Resource Management           25%

Sociology                           25%

Political Science                   25%

 Level 200

Human Resource Management           50%

Political Science                   50%

 Level 300

Human Resource Management           50%

Political Science                   50%


A student wishing to cover the option of transferring to a Bachelor of Social Work after the second year could take a course like the one
which follows:

Sample course 2

 Level 100

Public Policy                                                                                                                                 25%

Human Resource Management                                                                                                                     25%

Sociology                                                                                                                                     25%

Psychology                                                                                                                                    25%

 Level 200

Human Resource Management                                                                                                                     50%

Psychology                                                                                                                                    25%

Sociology                                                                                                                                     25%

If unsuccessful in obtaining entry into the Bachelor of Social Work, the student would continue with a third year enrolment as shown below:

 Level 300

Human Resource Management                                                                                                                     50%

Sociology                                                                                                                                     50%


In such a case a student would be granted permission to graduate with a 25% shortfall in either major.

Relevant units for the course are shown in the Schedule which follows. Students should also consult the discipline entries in the Handbook
for details of prescribed units, prerequisites and other requirements relevant to the major in the disciplines chosen.




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Schedules
Schedule A


Year 1 -- Group 1 (Level 100)
At least three of the following pairs of units, including at least one subject from the Faculty of Arts:

Human Resource Management
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2           Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
BMA101 Introduction to Management             12.5%      H,L,W,G,J            H,L
            Management of Human
BMA121                                        12.5%                           H,L                                                 H
            Resources


Political Science/Public Policy
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2           Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
                                                          H,L
                                                                                                                           External(H,L,W,
 HSG101 Introduction to Government A          12.5% External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                 I,N)
                                                          I,N)
                                                                             H,L
                                                                                                                                             External(H,L,W,
 HSG102 Introduction to Government B          12.5%                    External(H,L,W,
                                                                                                                                                   I,N)
                                                                             I,N)


Psychology
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2           Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
                                                        H,L,W
 KHA101 Psychology 1A                         12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                               H
                                                          I,N)
                                                                           H,L,W
 KHA102 Psychology 1B                         12.5%                    External(H,L,W,
                                                                             I,N)


Sociology
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2           Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
                                                        H,L,W
 HGA101 Sociology A                           12.5% External(H,L,W,                                                               H
                                                          I,N)
                                                                           H,L,W                                                   L
 HGA102 Sociology B                           12.5%                    External(H,L,W,                                     External(H,L,W,
                                                                             I,N)                                                I,N)


Elective units
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2           Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
LAW121 Introduction to Law                    12.5%        H,L,W
LAW122 Legal Systems                          12.5%                         H,L,W
or other elective units to make 100%. No more than 25% of units at level 100 may be taken from Schools outside the Faculties of Arts and Commerce.


Years 2 and 3 -- Groups 2 and 3 (Levels 200 and 300)
Two of the following majors. At least one major must be from a School in the Faculty of Arts. and must include the unit
HGA203/303 Social and Political Research



1. Human Resource Management
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2           Full Yr           Spring          Summer            Winter
Prerequisites of 25% in BMA101 Introduction to Management and BMA121 Management of Human Resources. To complete a major in this subject, students
must complete 100% in units at levels 200 /300 from the following schedule:
BMA201 Organisational Behaviour               12.5%       H,L,J,M                                                G              H,J,M
BMA241 Workplace Relations                    12.5%        H,L,M
BMA205 Business Research Methods              12.5%                         H,L,J,M
BMA224 Human Resource Development             12.5%         H,L
BMA381 International Human Resource           12.5%        H,L,M


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   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer             Winter
           Management
BMA302 Strategic Management                   12.5%                           H,L,M                                               H,J,M
Plus either BMA251 or BFA281 or BMA2/325
BMA251 Principles of Marketing                12.5%                            H,L                                                   H
 BFA281 Financial Management                  12.5%                          H,L,W                                                   H
       Human Resource Management in
BMA225                                        12.5%                           H,L,M
       the Service Industries
           Human Resource Management in
BMA325                                        12.5%                            H,L
           the Service Industries
Plus either BMA330 or BMA2/391
           Strategic Issues in Human
BMA330                                        12.5%                            H,L
           Resource Management
BMA291 Managerial Social Responsibility       12.5%                            H,L
BMA391 Managerial Social Responsibility       12.5%                           H,L,M


2. Political Science
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer             Winter
Prerequisite of 25% of HSG101 and HSG102 or equivalent. To complete a major in this subject, students must complete 50% in units at level 200 and 50% in
units at level 300 from the Bachelor of Arts schedule, including the following unit:
 HGA203 Social and Political Research         12.5%          H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research         12.5%          H,L


3. Psychology
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr           Spring          Summer             Winter
Prerequisite of 25% of level 100 Psychology or equivalent. To complete a major in this subject, students must complete 50% in units at level 200 and 50% of
units at level 300 from the Bachelor of Arts schedule, including the following units:
 KHA201 Research Methods 2                    12.5%          H,L
        Development Through the
 KHA262                                       12.5%                             L
        Lifespan
           Development Through the
 KHA362                                       12.5%                             L
           Lifespan
 KHA350 Research Methods 3                    12.5%          H,L
Plus 62.5% of electives chosen from the following:
 KHA207 Social Psychology                     12.5%          H,L
 KHA307 Social Psychology                     12.5%          H,L
 KHA215 Organisational Psychology             12.5%
 KHA315 Organisational Psychology             12.5%
 KHA224 Sensation & Perception                12.5%                             H
 KHA324 Sensation & Perception                12.5%                             H
        Clinical and Counselling
 KHA255                                       12.5%
        Psychology
           Clinical and Counselling
 KHA355                                       12.5%
           Psychology
 KHA256 Applied Topics in Psychology          12.5%                             L
 KHA356 Applied Topics in Psychology          12.5%                             L
        Community & Environmental
 KHA257                                       12.5%            L
        Psychology
           Community & Environmental
 KHA357                                       12.5%            L
           Psychology
 KHA259 Health Psychology                     12.5%
 KHA359 Health Psychology                     12.5%
           Assessment & Individual
 KHA352                                       12.5%                             L
           Differences
 KHA353 Cognitive Psychology                  12.5%                             L
        Behavioural Neuroscience and
 KHA358                                       12.5%            L
        Neuropsychology




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4. Public Policy
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr          Spring          Summer            Winter
Prerequisite of 25% of HSG101 and HSG102 or equivalent. To complete a major in this subject, students must complete 50% in units at level 200 and 50% in
units at level 300 from the Bachelor of Arts schedule, including the following unit:
 HGA203 Social and Political Research        12.5%          H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research        12.5%          H,L


5. Sociology
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2            Full Yr          Spring          Summer            Winter
Prerequisite of 25% of HGA101 Sociology A and HGA102 Sociology B or equivalent. To complete a major in this subject, students must complete 50% in units
at level 200 and 50% of units at level 300 from the Bachelor of Arts schedule, including the following units:
                                                                               L
           Sociological Analysis of Modern
 HGA202                                      12.5%           H         External(H,L,W,
           Society
                                                                             I,N)
 HGA203 Social and Political Research        12.5%          H,L
 HGA303 Social and Political Research        12.5%          H,L




                                                Bachelor of Social Work - R3B ( BSW )
Campus(es) Offered: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 2yrs, Maximum 5 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): (03) 6324 3528

Introduction
The Bachelor of Social Work is a 2 year end-on degree program that follows 2 years of successful study in a relevant degree from a
recognised tertiary institution. It is offered by the School of Sociology and Social Work within the Faculty of Arts on the Launceston
campus.
The course consists of eight academic units plus two fieldwork placements (Practicum 1 & 2). The academic units are available only on the
Launceston campus. Placements are offered in a range of social work agencies throughout Tasmania and applicants should be aware that
they may be required to travel for at least one practicum. All travel and accommodation costs incurred during placement are to be met by
students.
Academic units may be studied on a full-time or part-time basis. The Practicum units are normally full time although applications for part
time practicum will be considered by the Head of Discipline on a case-by-case basis. The maximum period of time allowed to complete the
BSW degree is 5 years.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BSW in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
In order to be eligible for entry to the course applicants must either:

       have completed the equivalent of at least two years full-time study in a degree program; with
       have studied both sociology and psychology at levels 100 and 200. Students are invited to check with the course coordinator whether
       they have sufficient and appropriate prerequisite subjects.
         OR
       have successfully completed the Diploma of Social Science (Community Welfare), or its equivalent, in the TAFE sector; and,
       have completed one full year of the BA or BSocSc with level 100 units in both psychology and sociology.
       Although it is not a prerequisite, it is also recommended that students study Aboriginal Studies at level 100.

If applicants believe they meet either of these requirements they may apply for admission to the course. They will be assessed against the
following criteria:

       academic achievement
       relevance of previous study to social work
       demonstrated interest in the course and the career
       relevance of previous work experience to the course and career
       equity and special considerations.

Objectives
The course is designed to meet the educational requirements of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW). It provides the
opportunity for students to gain knowledge and understanding of social functioning, social problems and social services. It emphasises the
application of professional social work methods in the workplace and aims to produce graduates who have achieved the level of competency
expected of those who are beginning a career in social work.

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As a student you will be expected to develop:

       the ability to reflect critically on all aspects of practice;
       the necessary analytical and interactional skills for a wide range of situations involving individuals, families, groups, organisations
       and communities;
       personal insight and awareness in order to develop the potential for continued professional growth;
       the ability to contribute to the improvement and development of social welfare policy and services; and
       the ability to conduct research for the development of social work knowledge.

Career Outcomes
Graduates are qualified to work in a variety of positions and may find employment as social workers, community workers, crisis intervention
workers, counsellors, managers of human services and outreach workers.

Articulation From Course
This course articulates with other degrees and units from recognised tertiary institutions as well as with the Diploma in Social Sciences
(Community Welfare) (or equivalent) from TAFE institutions in Australia. Specific details are given under the heading 'Admission and
prerequisites'.

Professional Recognition
The degree course is the only course in Tasmania which leads to accreditation with the Australian Association of Social Workers.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BSW in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

The program of units for the course is set out in the schedule below. The course comprises 2 years full-time study (or its part-time
equivalent) in compulsory academic and practicum units.

Full-time students are required to enrol in units with a combined weighting of not more than 100%.

Students will not be permitted any more than two attempts at any academic unit and must complete the two practicum units in not more than
three attempts (including withdrawals) for the two units. Where students fail a field practicum they may be required to complete additional
work specified by the Head of Discipline before being permitted to re-enrol in that field practicum. If students cannot complete the
practicum units in three attempts (due to failure or withdrawal) they will not be eligible for the degree unless they receive the specific
permission of the Head of Discipline to re-enrol.

Schedules
Schedule A


Year 1
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr          Spring          Summer           Winter
       Interpersonal Theory and Practice
HGW301                                   12.5%            L
       1
HGW302 Social Work Practice and Theory     12.5%          L
HGW303 Social Work Practicum 1              50%                            L


Year 2
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr          Spring          Summer           Winter
       Interpersonal Theory and Practice
HGW401                                   12.5%            L
       2
HGW402 Community Work Practice             12.5%          L
HGW403 Social Work Practicum 2              50%                            L


Rotating units
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr          Spring          Summer           Winter
HGW304 Social Policy                       12.5%
HGW404 Social Policy                       12.5%
       Research Processes in Social
HGW305                                     12.5%
       Work
          Research Processes in Social
HGW405                                     12.5%
          Work
HGW306 Organisational Context              12.5%          L
HGW406 Organisational Context              12.5%          L

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   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
       Social Work Practice and the
HGW307                                     12.5%          L
       Law
          Social Work Practice and the
HGW407                                     12.5%          L
          Law




                                Bachelor of Social Work with Honours - R4B ( BSW(Hons) )
Campus(es) Offered: Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 2yrs, Maximum 5 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): Prof R Bland - ph 6324 3946, fax 6324 3007

Introduction
A candidate who has completed level 300 of the degree of Bachelor of Social Work with sufficient merit may be accepted by the Faculty of
Arts as a candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Social Work with Honours.
Students who are interested in the Honours program should discuss their options with the Head of Discipline and/or the Honours
Coordinator.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BSW(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Admission to Honours is by invitation. Limits on student numbers will be set according to the availability of staff. To be eligible for entry,
students must achieve a Credit average in the academic units of the Bachelor of Social Work and Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social
Science or equivalent degree taken at level 200.

Objectives
The Honours program is concurrent with the final year of the Bachelor of Social Work degree course. It develops skills in research so
students can further the interests of the profession and undertake postgraduate studies.

Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BSW(Hons) in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006,
the applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004
Handbook.

In addition to the normal academic units of the fourth year, candidates for honours undertake two practicums -- one in an agency (Social
Work Practicum 2 -- weighting 25%), and the other in a research unit on campus (Social Work Practicum 3 -- weighting 12.5%).
Additionally candidates must undertake a supervised research project on a topic relevant to social work and submit a dissertation --
weighting 12.5%.

The levels of honours are First Class, Second Class, and Third Class. There is an upper and lower division in the second class. To gain first
class honours you are required to complete all units with a minimum Grade-Point Average of 7.0 in academic units, including an award of
HD in the honours dissertation. To gain upper second class honours you are required to complete all units with a minimum Grade-Point
Average of 6.5 in academic units, including an award of DN in the honours dissertation. To gain lower second class honours you are
required to complete all units with a minimum Grade-Point Average of 6.0 in academic units, including an award of CR in the honours
dissertation. To gain third class honours you are required to complete all units with a minimum Grade-Point Average of 5.0 in academic
units, and gain an award of PP in the honours dissertation. Except by special permission of Faculty there is no re-examination for honours.

 Note: The Grade-Point Average for entry is computed as follows: HD=9, DN=7, CR=6, PP=5, TP=4.5, NN= 4.

Schedules
Schedule A
   Unit                 Title              Weight       Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer           Winter
       Interpersonal Theory and Practice
HGW401                                   12.5%            L
       2
HGW402 Community Work Practice             12.5%          L
          Social Work Practicum 2
HGW408                                      25%                           L
          (Honours)
          Social Work Practicum 3
HGW409                                     12.5%                          L
          (Honours)
          Social Work Honours
HGW410                                     12.5%                          L
          Dissertation



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Plus two of the following rotating units
   Unit                 Title               Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr        Spring         Summer           Winter
HGW304 Social Policy                        12.5%
HGW404 Social Policy                        12.5%
       Research Processes in Social
HGW305                                      12.5%
       Work
          Research Processes in Social
HGW405                                      12.5%
          Work
HGW306 Organisational Context               12.5%         L
HGW406 Organisational Context               12.5%         L
          Social Work Practice and the
HGW307                                      12.5%         L
          Law
          Social Work Practice and the
HGW407                                      12.5%         L
          Law




                                         Bachelor of Time-Based Multimedia - F3L ( BTM )
Campus(es) Offered: Hobart:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 8 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school): (03) 6226 4332 or (03) 6226 7303

Introduction
This on-campus 3-year (minimum) full-time course is offered by the Faculty of Arts through the Conservatorium of Music and the
Tasmanian School of Art at Hobart. Part-time study is also available.

 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BTM in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

Admission & Prerequisites
Admission to the course will be through the usual acceptance into university admission plus a successful presentation of a folio of works,
admission diagnostic test and interview.
The folio of works should consist of three short contrasting pieces of multimedia work, eg quicktime movie; moving image web design
project; short video, etc.
The admission diagnostic test will act to inform the interview panel of the applicant's level of technical ability with current hardware and
software. The diagnostic test will determine, through staff questions and the student's demonstration at a computer workstation, the overall
level of aptitude and skill-base of the applicant.
The interview focuses on the applicant's background, their technical, artistic and career aspirations and general ability to synthesise the
diverse elements of multimedia software, hardware and aesthetics.

Objectives
The BTM comprises music and art units. The music units are of two types, computer based music creation and broad music history, and will
provide:

 1.    Music technical skills and abilities appropriate for multimedia, and
 2.    A broad understanding of music styles that will allow the student to draw upon a wider range of music types in the creation of multi-
       media projects

The art units are also of two types, moving-imaging units and design theory units, and provide:

 1.    The technological skills for image manipulation in a time-based environment
 2.    The design skills appropriate to focus and refine the technological skills being learned

The course also has as an objective imparting to the student an appreciation and foundational understanding of how sound and image work
together in time to create successful multimedia experiences and expressions.

Career Outcomes
The BTM aims to create focused practitioners in the field of time-based multimedia. The course will allow for outputs of a highly practical
nature making it an attractive training pathway for industry, while allowing for more abstract and artistic outputs creating high-level,
theoretically informed time-based multimedia art practitioners. Graduates can expect to find employment in the multimedia industry, in roles
such as computer-based music production, audio design, the graphic design environment and video production.




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Articulation From Course
Current university students who have successfully completed units included in the BTM may apply to transfer to the degree subject to the
normal admission procedures as outlined above.


Course Structure
 These course rules and specifications apply to students commencing the BTM in 2006. For students who commenced prior to 2006, the
applicable course rules are those from the year of commencement. i.e. students who commenced in 2004 should refer to the 2004 Handbook.

To meet the requirements of the BTM, students must complete a total of 300%, of which normally 100% will be at level 100, 100% at level
200 and 100% at level 300. The course comprises 11 core music units and 11 core art units, plus two electives. Each year level includes a
single-semester project unit.

In Year 1, students complete music units in foundation audio and two music history units (37.5%), plus fine art units in art and design
theory, web-based moving image and digital imaging, and a project unit (62.5%).

In Year 2, students complete music units in audio design, time theory, music history and a music elective (62.5%), plus two fine art units in
moving image and a project unit (37.5%).

In Year 3, students complete music units in MIDI and digital audio and a music history unit (37.5%), plus fine art units in electronic
installation and media authoring, as well as a final project unit. The remaining units are two electives, selected from Fine Arts, Music,
Computing or Information Systems.

Schedules
Schedule


Year 1
   Unit                  Title              Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer              Winter
 FCF110 Foundation Audio                    12.5%         H               H
Compulsory Music History unit, semester 1, 12.5%
           Introduction to Art and Design
 FST101                                     12.5%         H
           Theory 1A
 FSE115 Web-based Media                     12.5%         H
Compulsory Music History unit, semester 2, 12.5%
           Introduction to Art and Design
 FST102                                     12.5%                         H
           Theory 1B
 FSE120 Introduction to Digital Imaging     12.5%                         H
 FSE126 Project 1                           12.5%                         H


Year 2
   Unit                  Title              Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer              Winter
 FCB111 Audio Design                        12.5%         H
Compulsory Music History unit, semester 1, 12.5%
 FSE258 The Moving Image A                  12.5%         H
 FSE358 The Moving Image A                  12.5%         H
 FCT215 Introduction to Time Theory         12.5%         H
 FCB121 Advanced Audio Design               12.5%                         H
 FCB215 Complementary Study                 12.5%         H               H                               H
 FSE268 The Moving Image B                  12.5%                         H
 FSE368 The Moving Image B                  12.5%                         H
 FSE226 Project 2                           12.5%                         H


Year 3
   Unit                  Title              Weight      Sem 1           Sem 2           Full Yr         Spring          Summer              Winter
 FCB314 MIDI & Digital Audio                12.5%         H
Elective, semester 1, 12.5%
Compulsory Music History unit, semester 1, 12.5%
 FSE259 Electronic Installation             12.5%         H
 FSE359 Electronic Installation             12.5%         H



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   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2              Full Yr   Spring            Summer     Winter
 FCB324 Advanced MIDI & Digital Audio         12.5%
 FSE280 Media Authoring                       12.5%                           H
 FSE380 Media Authoring                       12.5%                           H
Elective, semester 2, 12.5%
 FSE326 Project 3                             12.5%                           H


Compulsory Music History units are drawn from the following list
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2              Full Yr   Spring            Summer     Winter
 FCH220 Music History (Antiquity--1680)       12.5%
 FCH310 Music History (1680--1880)            12.5%          H
 FCH320 Music History (1880--Present)         12.5%                           H
 FCB112 History of Jazz                       12.5%          H
 FCB212 History of Jazz                       12.5%          H
 FCB122 World Music                           12.5%                           H
 FCB222 World Music                           12.5%                           H
 FCB116 Rock Revolution                       12.5%                           H
 FCB216 Rock Revolution                       12.5%                           H
 FCX110 Classic Tracks: Music on Record       12.5%          H
 FCX210 Classic Tracks: Music on Record       12.5%          H
Electives may be freely chosen from any unit in Fine Arts, Computing or Information Systems.




                                         Bachelor of Visual Communication - F3T ( BVC )
Campus(es) Offered:
Course Duration: Minimum 3yrs, Maximum 8 yrs.
Course Contact: (faculty or school):

Introduction

Admission & Prerequisites
Applicants must qualify for entrance to University, and must demonstrate, during a folio presentation and interview process, the potential to
undertake the Bachelor of Visual Communication.

Articulation From Course
It will be possible for students to transfer from the BVC into the BFA degree upon completion of all units at level 100. Equally, students
who have successfully undertaken the Level 1 units in Graphic Design and Electronic Media may transfer from the BFA into the BVC upon
completion of all units at Level 1.

Graduates from the Bachelor of Visual Communication, who have successfully completed the prerequisite requirements for further study,
will be eligible to apply the Master of Visual Communication (coursework).

Graduates will also be eligible to apply for entry to the Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours degree, subject to results.

Course Structure
The course comprises of a number of core units in Graphic Design, a specialist major (i.e. Graphic Design or Electronic Media), Art &
Design Theory, Professional Practice and supporting elective units. All units will be delivered on campus in Hobart. To qualify for the
degree students must complete 5, 12.5% units in Art and Design Theory, including Professional Practice (Business Skills)

Schedules
Year 1
   Unit                  Title               Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2              Full Yr   Spring            Summer     Winter
All of the following
 FSG111 Graphic Design 1A                     12.5%          H
 FSG112 Graphic Design 1B                     12.5%                           H
 FSE111 E-Media 1A                            12.5%          H
 FSE112 E-Media 1B                            12.5%                           H



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   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2           Full Yr    Spring   Summer   Winter
        Introduction to Art and Design
 FST101                                       12.5%           H
        Theory 1A
           Introduction to Art and Design
 FST102                                       12.5%                           H
           Theory 1B
Select two units from the following
 FSF111 Furniture Design 1A                   12.5%           H
 FSF112 Furniture Design 1B                   12.5%                           H
 FSH111 Photography 1A                        12.5%           H
 FSH112 Photography 1B                        12.5%                           H
 FSP111 Painting 1A                           12.5%           H
 FSP112 Painting 1B                           12.5%                           H
 FSS111 Sculpture 1A                          12.5%           H
 FSS112 Sculpture 1B                          12.5%                           H
 FSR111 Printmaking 1A                        12.5%           H
 FSR112 Printmaking 1B                        12.5%                           H
 FSD150 Introduction to Life Drawing          12.5%           H               H
 FSD153 Media and Methods in Drawing          12.5%           H               H
 FSW151 Woodskills 1A                         12.5%           H
 FSW152 Woodskills 1B                         12.5%                           H
 FSE120 Introduction to Digital Imaging       12.5%                           H


Year 2


Major 1
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2           Full Yr    Spring   Summer   Winter
Major 1 - Graphic Design students select all of the following CORE units
 FSG211 Graphic Design 2A                      25%            H
 FSG212 Graphic Design 2B                      25%                            H
 FST200 Art and Design Theory 2/3             12.5%           H
Recommended Electives for Major 1 - Graphic Design students select two electives from the following
 FSV201 Narrative Illustration                12.5%           H
 FSA202 Investigating the Book                12.5%           H
 FSD255 Life Drawing A                        12.5%           H
 FSD256 Life Drawing B                        12.5%                           H                                    H


Major 2
   Unit                  Title                Weight        Sem 1            Sem 2           Full Yr    Spring   Summer   Winter
Major 2 - Electronic Media students select all of the following CORE units
 FSG281 Graphic Design 2C                     12.5%           H
 FSG282 Graphic Design 2D                     12.5%                           H
 FSE281 E-Media 2C                            12.5%           H
 FSE282 E-Media 2D                            12.5%                           H
 FST200 Art and Design Theory 2/3             12.5%           H
Recommended Electives for Major 2 - Electronic Media students select two electives from the following
 FSE250 Digital Imaging A                     12.5%           H
        Temporal Imaging and 2D
 FSE254                                       12.5%                           H
        Animation
 FSV201 Narrative Illustration                12.5%           H
 FSE260 3D Modelling and Animation            12.5%
        WWW (World Wide Web)
 FSE253                                       12.5%                           H
        Design
 FSE258 The Moving Image A                    12.5%           H
 FSE268 The Moving Image B                    12.5%                           H
 FSE256 Sound                                 12.5%                           H



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   Unit                   Title                Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
 FSE261 Interactive Design                     12.5%


Electives
   Unit                   Title                Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
PLUS All students select one unit from the following
            Australian Art of the 1970s -
 FST201                                        12.5%          H
            2000
            Postmodernism and Visual
 FST203                                        12.5%          H
            Culture
 FST206 Contemporary Craft and Design          12.5%                            H
 FST207 Fashioning the Body                    12.5%
 FST214 Imaging the Body                       12.5%
 FST211 Surrealist Art Between the Wars        12.5%
        Electronic Media and the Visual
 FST215                                        12.5%                            H
        Arts
            Contemporary Art of the Asia-
 FST213                                        12.5%                            H                          H
            Pacific Region
 FST205 Picturing the Wilderness               12.5%                                                                H
        Professional Practice (Writing
 FST216                                        12.5%                            H
        Skills)
 FSA200 Complementary Study                    12.5%          H                 H                          H        H        H


Year 3


Major 1
   Unit                   Title                Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Major 1 - Graphic Design students select the following
 FSG311 Graphic Design 3A                       25%           H
 FSG312 Graphic Design 3B                       25%                             H
 FSV302 Advanced Typography                    12.5%          H
            Professional Practice (Business
 FST317                                        12.5%          H
            Skills)
Major 1 - Graphic Design students select at least one from the following recommended elective units
 FSV301 Narrative Illustration                 12.5%          H
 FSA302 Investigating the Book                 12.5%          H
            WWW (World Wide Web)
 FSE353                                        12.5%                            H
            Design
 FSD355 Life Drawing A                         12.5%          H
 FSD356 Life Drawing B                         12.5%                            H                                   H
 FSD357 Image Development A                    12.5%          H
 FSD358 Image Development B                    12.5%                            H


Major 2
   Unit                   Title                Weight       Sem 1             Sem 2            Full Yr   Spring   Summer   Winter
Major 2 - Electronic media students select the following
 FSE311 E-Media 3A                              25%           H
 FSE312 E-Media 3B                              25%                             H
 FSV302 Advanced Typography                    12.5%          H
            Professional Practice (Business
 FST317                                        12.5%          H
            Skills)
Major 2 - Electronic Media students select at least one from the following recommended elective units
 FSE350 Digital Imaging A                      12.5%          H
        Temporal Imaging and 2D
 FSE354                                        12.5%                            H
        Animation
            WWW (World Wide Web)
 FSE353                                        12.5%                            H
            Design
 FSE356 Sound                                  12.5%                            H

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