Programme code: AK3696
Level of study: 8
Duration: 1 year fulltime / 2 years part-time
Venue: City Campus
Start date: 26 February 2018 / 16 July 2018
Bachelor of Arts with a B+ grade average or higher in level 7 papers in the selected subject area for this degree, or equivalent.
You complete a research methods paper and papers in advanced theoretical studies, research methods and a supervised 60-point research dissertation that is relevant to your discipline.
The theoretical papers are from the Master of Arts. An individually designed reading paper may be chosen. You also undertake a supervised 60-point research dissertation.
Applicants must discuss their papers and intended study sequence with their programme leader before enrolling.
LING810 Language Analysis
LING811 Language, Culture and Communication
CLSY800 Reading Paper
LING812 Discourse Analysis
ENMS802 Language in Virtual Worlds: Presence, Theory, Practice
TRIN802 Translation: A Critical Approach
TRIN801 Interpreting: A Critical Approach
SOSC880 Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis
SOSC881 Quantitative Research Methods and Analysis
POLS880 Policy Research and Evaluation
SOSC884 Social Research, Design and Analysis
MAOR810 Research Methods and Indigenous Methodologies
The final paper is the 60-point honours dissertation, which provides the capstone to the degree.
Graduates will be well placed for employment in areas requiring sound analytical and critical thinking, and research skills at a more advanced level than a bachelor’s degree.
Last updated: 16-May-2017 2.09pm
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