The Bachelor of Indigenous Knowledge with Honours is a separate fourth year of study that is undertaken following successful completion of an undergraduate degree in Indigenous Knowledge. The Honours degree is highly regarded in providing advanced intellectual education in research, analysis and writing or production. As well as a completion point for tertiary study itself, it also represents the starting point for entry into postgraduate and academic research. An Honours degree is an opportunity for intellectual stimulation and achievement, academic development and personal enrichment.
All students undertaking this course are expected to attend a week-long intensive research workshop each session. Students will also spend time each week working directly with a supervisor with expertise in their field. Interested applicants need to contact the University to discuss their eligibility and to find a suitable honours supervisor for their proposed honours topic prior to lodging their application.
|Graduate Attribute||Course Learning Outcome|
apply critical analysis to Indigenous social and cultural situations and problems.
develop innovative and creative responses to contemporary Indigenous and historical social and cultural issues.
investigate and evaluate issues with references to principles of social justice and equity in relation to Indigenous peoples.
|Knowledge of a discipline|
demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to interact in a culturally competent way with Indigenous communities.
access, interpret and evaluate sources of information relevant to Indigenous studies.
|Communication and social skills|
demonstrate a command of one other major area of study.
demonstrate effective cross-cultural communication skills in relation to an understanding of Indigenous Australian cultures, histories and current realities.
1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
1 year full-time
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See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.
Rules concerning Bachelors Degrees with Honours (where Honours is taken as a separate year) can be found under Rule 5 in the University’s Rules Relating to Awards.
Students must complete the units listed below.
Schedule of units
|Title||Level of learning||Note|
|SOC10205 - Indigenous Research Theory and Practice||Introductory Note 1||Note 1|
|SOC40021 - Indigenous Research Thesis (Stage 1 of 3)||Advanced Note 1||Note 1|
|SOC40022 - Indigenous Research Thesis (Stage 2 of 3)||Advanced Note 1||Note 1|
|SOC40023 - Indigenous Research Thesis (Stage 3 of 3)||Advanced Note 1||Note 1|
|Note 1:||Double-weighted unit|