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International Course Guide 2017 Darwin, Northern Territory, AustraliaSocial Justice We believe that everyone can contribute to making a positive impact, regardless of background – whether through groundbreaking research, becoming a teacher in an Indigenous community How we use or supporting the rights of others. Collective Eo ff rt We care about addressing the real knowledge for the future issues in our local communities and across our region, through Creativity bringing together like-minded We value originality, artistic endeavour people with a desire to make Charles Darwin University stands apart from other and freedom of expression. We believe their world a little better. Australian universities in its proximity to the nations in learning from Indigenous and international cultures to create a new of Asia. Our engagement with our neighbouring vision for the future. Asian countries, along with our belief in the power of knowledge, enables us to shape a new world through social justice, sustainability, creativity and collective effort. As a truly international university, our students and staff, academic and research Sustainability endeavours are globally connected and respected. As leaders in research, we’re committed to preserving and Come and explore a unique educational and living protecting our environment, to ethical business practices experience in the heart of the rapidly expanding and to using technology to build a more sustainable future. economy of the Northern Territory, and make CDU your choice for study in 2017.Contents About Charles Darwin University 4 Why study at CDU? 4 Darwin and the Northern Territory 6 Gateway to Asia 8 Study locations 10 Casuarina campus 12 Student life at CDU 14 Student support and services 16 Scholarships 17 Accommodation 18 Academic and English entry requirements 20 Application process 22 COURSE INFORMATION Business and Accounting 26 Creative Arts and Industries 34 Design and Architecture 40 Education 42 Emergency and Disaster Management 54 Engineering 57 Environmental Science 63 Exercise and Sports Science 68 Health Science 71 Hospitality 77 Humanities and Social Sciences 82 Indigenous Studies 86 Information Technology 88 Law 93 Psychological Science 98 Science 101 Research 106 Innovation through Discovery 110 2017 International Course List and Fees 112 Quality Assurance 114 2 3About Charles Darwin University Charles Darwin University (CDU) takes its name CDU offers education options from vocational from the renowned naturalist, geologist and father education and training (VET) to undergraduate, of modern evolutionary theory, Charles Darwin. postgraduate and research degrees across a Based in the Northern Territory, CDU is a dual diverse range of courses including engineering, sector research-intensive public university ranked environmental science, business and commerce, in the top 2% of Universities in the world by Times emergency and disaster studies, indigenous Higher Education (THE) 2015-16. studies, health sciences, creative arts and humanities, and education. CDU is a member of the Innovative Research Universities (IRU) group of Australia - a network Our courses focus on practical applications so that of six world class research intensive universities graduates have job ready skills to advance their established to collectively develop research. careers. Students can move seamlessly from VET to Higher Education studies, which is one of the many advantages of studying at a dual sector University. Why study at CDU? Ranked in the Top 300 universities in the Excellent post-study work and career World (THE 2015-16) opportunities A young and dynamic University, ranked in University campus experience the TOP 50 universities under 50 years old Small class sizes to enhance teaching and in the world (THE 2015-16) learning success with a low student-to- Globally recognized degrees for best teacher ratio career and employment opportunities On and off campus student Modern well equipped classrooms, accommodation laboratories Source: Times Higher Education. Casuarina Campus, Darwin Photograph taken by CDU international students, Abhishek Lal and Deepak Sharma 4 5OFFERS A UNIQUE AND UNFORGETTABLE LIVING AND EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE Cullen Bay, Darwin City, Northern Territory GROSS STATE PRODUCT (GSP) PER CAPITA 2014-15 CHANGE (Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, March 2016) Australia’s Northern Territory offers a unique and unforgettable living and educational 12 Darwin & experience. It is famous for its scenic natural 9 wonders in one of the world’s oldest landscapes the Northern Territory 6 with prolific wildlife and access to experience firsthand ancient Aboriginal culture. Students 3 can experience the stunning landscapes of World Heritage Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge NSW VIC QLD SA WA TAS NT ACT AUS (avg) (Nitmiluk) and Uluru. Local people are warm, friendly and welcoming. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - STATE AND TERRITORY (Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, March 2016) 7 Cosmopolitan and tropical, Darwin is a vibrant young city of diverse cultures, over 60 nationalities 5 and 70 different ethnic backgrounds. It is a small modern city with a thriving cultural diversity, 3 highlighted in the many festivals and weekly markets that are a part of life here. NSW VIC QLD SA WA TAS NT ACT AUS (avg) 6 7The Darwin lifestyle offers Safe, modern, friendly city in a tropical climate A relaxed outdoor lifestyle in unspoiled surroundings and beaches Gateway to Asia Easy to get around by bus, bicycle or on foot International airport with direct flights to and from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bali and Manila Recreational and sporting activities including fishing, sailing, rock climbing, golf, tennis, football, soccer, rugby, cricket and more Geographically closer to seven major cities in Asia than any other Australian capital, A diverse and multicultural population Darwin stands as Australia’s gateway to Asia. A range of religious services and places of worship Fast Facts about the Northern Territory Australia’s 3rd Population largest region 1.4 million square kilometres. That is: Over Northern Territory: 245,100 people 1/3 of the size of China; larger than India; and Greater Darwin: 140,400 people equal to the combined landmass of Indonesia, Median age of the NT population is Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, 31 years compared with a national median Cambodia and Bangladesh. age of 38 years. Tropical climate Northern Territory’s proximity to the equator contributes to unique weather patterns. There are two official seasons: the ‘Wet’ and the ‘Dry’. SEASON MONTHS CONDITIONS TEMPERATURE (°C) TEMPERATURE (°F) Warm & dry sunny Dry May – October 21°C – 32°C 70°F – 90°F days and cool nights High humidity & Wet November – April 25°C – 33°C 77°F – 91°F Monsoonal rains Public Excellent transport career prospects International students pay The NT has a low unemployment discounted public transport rates. rate of 4%. (Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, March 2016) Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory Photography courtesy of Study NT 8 9Palmerston Campus, Alice Springs Campus, Study Locations Northern Territory Northern Territory The Palmerston campus is located 20 kilometres The Alice Springs campus is the major educational hub from Darwin’s city centre and within walking distance catering for students in the town and in central Australia. of Palmerston City Centre. The campus has modern The campus includes a modern lecture theatre, specialist facilities, including a large training kitchen, bakery IT classrooms, clinical training laboratory for Nursing and bar, and a commercial training restaurant. and Science laboratory for higher education. CDU has 24,000 students and more than 2000 international students from 58 different countries providing a truly multicultural environment for study and career development. The main campus is located in Darwin, Northern Territory (NT) with study locations across the NT and also in Sydney and Melbourne. Casuarina Campus, Darwin The Casuarina campus is the main University campus located 14 kilometres from the city centre. The beautiful 56-hectare lush tropical garden campus comprises state-of-the-art facilities including specialised science, engineering, health, medical and pharmacy laboratories, a library and student accommodation. The campus is close to the beach and Darwin’s largest shopping precinct. It is serviced by public transport and is connected to the suburbs and city centre by extensive cycle tracks. The majority of CDU’s international students study at this campus. Casuarina Campus, Darwin Palmerston Campus, Northern Territory Waterfront Campus, Darwin Sydney and Melbourne Waterfront Casuarina The CDU Business School Palmerston is located in purpose built CDU offers selected degree courses in Sydney brand new premises in and Melbourne. downtown Darwin. This is CDU Sydney is exclusively managed by Charles Darwin close to Darwin Convention NT University. cdu.edu.au/international/Sydney Centre, five star hotels, cafés, QLD Alice Springs restaurants and shops. CDU CRICOS PROVIDER NO. 03286A (NSW). WA CDU Melbourne is in association with Australian SA Technical and Management College (ATMC) NSW cdumelbourne.com Sydney CDU CRICOS Provider No: 00300K (VIC) VIC ATMC CRICOS PROVIDER NO: 03013D Melbourne Courses are delivered in accordance with CDU policies, procedures and TAS admissions requirements. Students are enrolled as CDU students and Waterfront Campus, Darwin follow the same CDU curriculum and assessment and will graduate with a degree from Charles Darwin University. 10 11Casuarina Campus Computer Labs International House, Darwin 1 6 1 3 5 7 9 CDU Bookshop Office of International Services 2 7 2 4 6 8 10 University café Main Entrance 3 8 Library Gym 4 9 Mal Nairn Auditorium Medical Centre 5 10 12 13Student Life at CDU Orientation Student Ambassadors 1 7 2 8 Student Classrooms International Student Lounges At Charles Darwin University we look after our students well and you can enjoy a variety of activities and facilities such as a comprehensive orientation program and end of semester party, as well as access to sports facilities, the Chinese and Indonesian gardens and the CDU Student Ambassadors Program. The environment and location of the CDU campuses sets the scene for a memorable stay in the Northern Territory. 3 Sports Activities 9 Festivals and Events 4 Student Square 10 Chinese & Indonesian Garden Darwin City 5 11 Outdoor Activities 6 Shopping and Dining 12 Graduation Casuarina Campus, Darwin Photograph taken by CDU international students, Abhishek Lal and Deepak Sharma 14 15Student Support and Services Scholarships Charles Darwin University offers a wide range of support services which are Charles Darwin University offers scholarships that are uniquely available to available free of charge to all students. This includes counselling, assistance in international students and provides information about other scholarships available finding accommodation, careers advice and study support. Dedicated CDU staff through governments, international organisations and other funding bodies. will assist in developing your study plan and help you to stay on track academically The Australian Government extensive Research Scholarships: during your time at the university. scholarship program International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) Academic and Disability Services Australia Awards Scholarships contribute to the Prestigious International Research Tuition CDU is committed to providing an accessible English Language Support long-term objectives of developing countries to Scholarships (PIRTS) supportive, safe and inclusive learning International students can access free tutoring, promote growth and stability. The generous and environment for students with disabilities. workshops, seminars for academic assignments, prestigious scholarships provide an opportunity to For more information; writing, critical thinking and referencing, research and the next generation of global leaders to undertake Visit: cdu.edu.au/equity-services/disability-services Visit: cdu.edu.au/research/ori/scholarships reading, to assist with improving academic skills. study, research and professional development in Inter-Campus Bus Services Australia. Coursework Scholarships: Visit: cdu.edu.au/allsp Free bus services for students operate between Vice-Chancellors International High Achievers For more information; campuses during each semester. The bus service is not Airport Pick-up Scholarship (VCIHAS) Visit: cdu.edu.au/international/future-students/ available during semester breaks and public holidays. CDU offers free pick up from Darwin International scholarships This scholarship provides 25 and 50 per cent tuition Airport for new international students during peak Visit: cdu.edu.au/current-students/transport fee scholarships for commencing international arrival periods (February/July). Other Scholarship options students who demonstrate a record of academic International Student Support A range of other scholarship options are available excellence and high achievement. Careers and Employment Support CDU’s International student support team provides through CDU, foreign governments, international The Careers and Employment team is available For more information; dedicated advice and support on a range of matters organisations and other funding bodies. to assist students identify potential career Visit: cdu.edu.au/research/ori/scholarships related to studying as an international student. interests, and prepare for job search, provide Visit: cdu.edu.au/international/current-students information on career planning and prepare an effective job application. Student Counselling Visit: cdu.edu.au/equity-services/careers- CDU provides professional, confidential and employment free counselling services to students to assist in adjusting to life in a new environment and the transitions to university study. Visit: cdu.edu.au/equity-services/counselling Facilities and services on campus Accommodation Services International Student Security Banking (ATM machine Lounges Sports facilities for facility) IT Support basketball, cricket, Bookshop Learning Spaces football, etc., Cafe Library Transport Childcare Medical Centre Gymnasium Post Office 16 17Accommodation Charles Darwin University offers on-campus accommodation for students at General Living Expenses Students should not expect to fund their the Casuarina campus within a 2 minute walk of the library and other amenities. studies or living costs in Australia through Off-campus accommodation options include purpose-built student accommodation part-time employment. (e.g. UniLodge), private rental accommodation and Homestay. The Department of Immigration and Border An approximate weekly expense for a single student is provided as a rough estimate. Protection (DIBP) recommends a single student Actual costings may differ based on individual lifestyle. should budget 19,830 per year for living cost. A married student will need an additional 6,515 per year for a spouse, 3,720 for first child and 2790 per On-Campus Accommodation CDU Off-Campus year per additional child. International House Darwin (IHD) is located on Accommodation Service Visit: border.gov.au/Trav/Stud/More/Student-Visa- the Casuarina campus and provides a safe and The CDU Off-campus accommodation service is Living-Costs-and-Evidence-of-Funds secure residential community. IHD has 334 designed to assist new and continuing students to rooms in 17 self-standing multi-level buildings. find appropriate accommodation while studying at CDU. This free and confidential service provides For more information and to apply; information and advice on housing options, Visit: cdu.edu.au/ihd Your cost of living and studying in Australia will depend on the lifestyle you choose to lead. The tables tenancy advice and support and assistance with below give an idea of how much you will spend. Generally, allow between 20,000 and 25,000 per year accommodation problems. for your living expenses. Also budget 500 approximately for books and stationery each semester. Visit: cdu.edu.au/equity Accommodation Table: Estimated Weekly Expenses for Single Student UNILODGE SHARED RENTAL UniLodge Off-Campus TYPE IHD DARWIN ACCOMMODATION ACCOMMODATION Accommodation Rent 140-207 179-310 150-350 300-1000 UniLodge Darwin student accommodation opened in February 2015 offering students a modern and Utilities Included in rent Included in rent 15-30 40-60 convenient living environment only 800 metres (Gas, Electricity & water) from Charles Darwin University, Casuarina campus. Internet Included in rent Included in rent 10-20 20-40 UniLodge Darwin is a purpose built student accommodation building and residents can Establishment 600-1400 1200-4000 - - cost (Bond) (4 weeks advanced rent) (4 weeks advanced rent) choose from a range of accommodation options at different price levels. Food and 80-200 80-200 80-200 80-200 Groceries Visit: unilodge.com.au/lodge/darwin/ Public Transport 7 7 7 7 Entertainment 40-60 40-60 40-60 40-60 Total 267-474 306-577 302-667 487-1367 18 19CDU Academic and English Entry Requirements All International students are required to meet minimum Academic and English English Language Entry Requirements language entry requirement. All test scores are valid for two years from the date Previous English Language Study of the test to the date of commencement at CDU, Students who have studied in English or studied For updated entry requirements; visit: cdu.edu.au/International unless otherwise specified. English language in their previous studies may meet the English language entry requirements if they have Students can qualify for entry into CDU courses by achieved the qualification and grades required. completing a qualification with one of our partners: Academic Entry Requirements Pathways Navitas English, ATMC, or approved colleges in the Students can qualify for entry into a CDU bachelor’s The University accepts other tests as evidence Postgraduate Academies Australasia network. degree by completing a CDU VET qualification and of English language proficiency, for more Coursework Programs may be eligible for advanced standing. information please visit: cdu.edu.au/international/ For more information; The minimum academic entry requirement for future-students/entry requirements Visit: cdu.edu.au/international the admission to a postgraduate course is the Certificate IV completion of a bachelor’s degree which is deemed (up to 40 Credit Points) equivalent to an Australian bachelor’s degree by the Course / Test IELTS PTE TOEFL (Academic Module) (Academic Module) (iBT) University’s qualification assessment references. Diploma A minimum overall score of A minimum total (up to 80 credit Points) Applicants may also be required to satisfy A minimum overall score of Postgraduate and 58 with no score less than 50 score of 79, with specific course requirements, such as a minimum 6.5 with no band less than Advanced Diploma Research courses in Reading, Writing, Listening 21 in writing overall grade score, prerequisite knowledge or 6.0 in each module and Speaking module (up to 160 credit points) work experience. A minimum overall score of A minimum total Undergraduate courses Minimum 6.0 overall score Bachelor’s Degree Research Programs (except Bachelor of Nursing, 50 with no score less than 50 score of 60, with with no band less than Bachelor of Midwifery, Bachelor in Reading, Writing, Listening 21 in writing Applicants must have successfully completed of Education (Graduate Entry) and 6.0 in each module Bachelor of Pharmacy) and Speaking module the equivalent of an Australian honours degree Advanced Standing or masters degree. A minimum overall score of A minimum total A minimum overall score of Student seeking advanced standing for previous 58 with no score less than 58 score of 80, with Bachelor of Nursing / 6.5 with no band less than Undergraduate Bachelor of Midwifery studies must submit HE113 Application for in Reading, Writing, Listening 22 in writing 6.5 in each module The minimum academic entry requirements and Speaking module Exemption Form including unit outline/s or the for admission to an undergraduate course is the course syllabus which clearly mentions aims A minimum overall score of A minimum total A minimum overall score of completion of a qualification deemed equivalent Bachelor of Pharmacy / and objectives, learning outcomes, full semester’s 58 with no score less than 50 score of 79, with Bachelor of Education 6.5 with no band less than to Australian Year 12 as per the University’s week-to-week topic guide, assessment information in Reading, Writing, Listening 21 in writing (Graduate Entry) 6.0 in each module qualification assessment guide. and Speaking module and subject weightage and books/readings/ reference lists. A minimum overall score of A minimum total Applicants may also be required to satisfy specific A minimum overall score of VET Certificate, Diploma 42 with no score less than 36 score of 46, with course requirements such as minimum overall Visit: cdu.edu.au/student-central/advanced-standing 5.5 with no band less than & Package Courses in Reading, Writing, Listening 21 in writing grade score or prerequisite knowledge. 5.0 in each module and Speaking module Vocational Education and Training (VET) If you are taking the PTE academic test, you must assign your score to Charles Darwin University via your Pearson VUE account For more information please visit: cdu.edu.au/international/future-students/entry-requirements Diploma and Advanced Diploma Programs: A qualification equivalent to Australian Year 12 Certificate Level Programs A qualification equivalent to Australian Year 11 20 21Application process CHOOSE YOUR ASSESSMENT OFFER ACCEPT OFFER VISA ARRIVAL COURSE & APPLY 1 2 3 4 5 6 Once you choose your course CDU international team will assess You will receive one of the To accept an offer, you are required The Department of Immigration CDU will send you a Pre-Departure considering campus location, major your application against: following Letter of Offer once you to pay your deposit and submit and Border Protection (DIBP) and Arrival Guide with information on study areas, academic and English Academic entry meet the required admission and signed copy of Terms of Agreement is responsible for issuing the things to consider when booking requirements, you may choose one requirements and Special assessment criteria. along with requested documents visas to students who wish to your travel and arriving in Australia. of the following ways to submit entry requirements Provisional Letter of Offer if any. study in Australia. More You will also receive information an application to Charles Darwin cdu.edu.au/international/ Conditional Letter information on student visa about the Compulsory International University. future-students/entry- of Offer CDU will issue an Electronic applications can be found. Student Orientation i. To Apply Directly: requirements Unconditional Letter Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) Visit: border.gov.au/Trav/Stud in the weeks before the semester Complete an online English language entry of Offer which you must provide to the commences. application submitting requirements Department of Immigration and Each letter of offer has Visit: cdu.edu.au/orientation all relevant supporting cdu.edu.au/international/ Border Protection (DIBP) to apply instructions on what you have documents. future-students/entry- for your Australian student visa to do next and on how to accept Visit: cdu.edu.au/ requirements application. You should make sure your offer, if applicable. You must international/future- The Department of that you meet DIBP’s requirements not use your Letter of Offer to students/futurestudents- Immigration and Border for a student visa before you accept apply for a student visa. apply Protection (DIBP) Genuine an offer and pay any tuition fees. ii. Apply through one of our Temporary Entrant (GTE) Authorised Education and Genuine Student Representatives: Charles (GS) criteria. For more Darwin University has information, please visit: authorised representatives immi.gov.au/students/-pdf/ in each country that can 2011-genuine-temporary- support your admission entrant.pdf and visa application Meeting the minimum entry Charles Darwin University only recruits Genuine Temporary Entrants (GTE) and Genuine Students (GS). process. Visit: cdu.edu. requirements for a course does not For more information; au/international/future- guarantee an offer to study at CDU. students/agent Visit: border.gov.au/Trav/Stud/More/Genuine-Temporary-Entrant Incomplete applications cannot be processed and will be returned to you to complete and resubmit. 22 22 23Academic Year Schedule The academic year is divided into three semesters, with each semester 16 weeks in duration, see academic calendar below. Semester 1 2017 Semester 2 2017 Summer Semester 2017 Application deadline 15th January 10th June 3rd October Orientation week 20th February 10th July 30th October Teaching starts 27th February 17th July 6th November Teaching ends 26th May 13th October 9th February 2018 The above mentioned dates are subject to change and may vary depending on the course. Please check CDU’s website for updated information. Summer Semester intake is only available at Sydney and Melbourne Campuses. Course Information in the following pages is correct at the time of publication. Course Information Check the website for up-to-date course information. Visit: cdu.edu.au/international/future-students/courses 24 25BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING Master of Professional Accounting (Professional Practice) COURSE STRUCTURE: DURATION – 2 Yrs The course consists of 160 credit points comprising of core units ANNUAL FEE – 25,000 and specialised units. Accounting Principles INTAKE – February, July, November This unit introduces the basic concepts and principles of accounting with special emphasis given to the use and interpretation of LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin), Sydney, Melbourne Business & Accounting financial accounting information. Upon completion of this unit students will be able to read and interpret financial statements and ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS will have gained an appreciation of their limitations and uses. ACADEMIC: Corporate Accounting Successful completion of an Australian Bachelor Students will gain an understanding of accounting standards and degree or equivalent Australian corporate legislation which affects the operations and ENGLISH: financial reporting of corporate entities and the ability to analyse IELTS (Academic): Overall score 6.5 (6.0 per module) problems and apply the relevant accounting standards and corporate PTE (Academic): Overall score 58 (50 in each skill) legislation to practical situations. TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 79 (21 in writing) Accounting Theory ABOUT THE COURSE: The purpose of this unit it is to enable students to take a balanced approach in explaining and discussing the alternative theories and Graduates of degree courses other than accounting may later perspectives of accounting. This unit enables students to appreciate wish to enhance their management skills or become professional the principles and concepts that underlie these various perspectives accountants by undertaking a conversion course such as this and to present relevant information to address these needs. Master of Professional Accounting (Professional Practice). A conversion course enables graduates with non-accounting Australian Taxation Law or partial accounting backgrounds to meet the academic This unit is designed to provide the student with working requirements for membership of CPA Australia, the Institute knowledge of central taxing provisions of Commonwealth Tax Law of Chartered Accountants in Australia and the Association of and the concepts underlying these provisions and also the ability to Chartered Certified Accountants of the UK. apply Tax Law to factual situations. The course focuses on contemporary knowledge and skills Cost and Management Accounting required for practise as a public or chartered accountant, including On completion of this unit students should be able to explain the effective management, accountability and control, and effective nature of managerial accounting and the role of the management decision-making for financial success. accountant as well as understanding cost concepts; cost A special feature of this course is the 12 week internship to ensure behaviour and cost accounting systems; determine product costs; that students have the opportunity to put theory into practise, are in understand overhead costs and explain how to allocate overheads touch with modern demands and practices and are better prepared to departments and to products; explain the difference between for the workforce. variable and absorption costing and prepare profit and loss Students also have the option of completing this course in 1.5 years statements, prepare and analyse budgets and cost variances, and without professional practice. For more information please visit: understand their limitations. cdu.edu.au/international/future-students/courses. Auditing Corporate Entities On completion of this unit students should have an understanding PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION: of the nature and importance of the audit, outline nature and A conversion course enables graduates with non-accounting structure of the accounting profession in Australia, the importance or partial accounting backgrounds to meet the academic of Joint Code of Ethics and professional requirements, assessing requirements for membership of CPA Australia and The Chartered the likelihood of material error for accounting balances or class Accountants of Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). transactions and the use of audit testing and Auditing Standards for specific account balances. Computer-Based Accounting Systems This unit introduces accounting packages, operating systems and hardware selection and evaluation; the relevance and role of computerised accounting systems, general ledger, budgeting and performance analysis, accounts receivable, invoicing/sales analysis, inventory control, accounts payable, personnel and payroll, and fixed assets systems. 26 2017 Course Guide 2017 Course Guide 27BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING Master of Business Administration Graduate Diploma in (Professional Practice) Business Administration Business Communications Decision Making DURATION – 2 Yrs DURATION – 1 Yr This unit aims at augmenting the existing student knowledge base This unit addresses the tools and methodologies used for decision through improvement in communication skills and preparing making in business. It is focused on economic and statistical models ANNUAL FEE – 25,000 ANNUAL FEE – 25,000 students for organisational communication. Through this unit the of decision analysis and their application in large and small business students will be able to apply their understanding of business and settings, as well as in a public policy framework. It will be shown INTAKE – February, July, November INTAKE – February, July effective communication to real-life work scenarios. how use of the models can improve the decision process by helping the decision-maker understand the structure of the decision and Economic Statistics LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin), Sydney, Melbourne LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin) incorporate subjective probabilities as a way to portray risk. The This unit focuses on both the statistical tools and techniques importance of sensitivity analysis will be emphasised, as well as the used for decision making and the economic environment in which need to combine both quantitative and qualitative considerations ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS businesses operate; and how to use the available information to in decision-making. Cases will be drawn from small business make better decisions. The unit is organised into two discrete ACADEMIC: ACADEMIC: scenarios, the public policy arena, and corporate settings. components – the quantitative methods and microeconomics. Successful completion of an Australian Bachelor Successful completion of an Australian Bachelor Organisational Behaviour degree or equivalent degree or equivalent Aspects of Corporate Finance Exposes students to the psychosocial, cultural and political On completion of this unit students should be able to: identify ENGLISH: ENGLISH: contexts of behaviour in an organisation by developing perspectives and explain major financial decisions; understand key concepts IELTS (Academic): Overall score 6.5 (6.0 per module) IELTS (Academic): Overall score 6.5 (6.0 per module) on the individual (personality, motivation), group dynamics of corporate finance; analyse and evaluate capital investment PTE (Academic): Overall score 58 (50 in each skill) PTE (Academic): Overall score 58 (50 in each skill) (leadership, decision-making) and systemic factors (culture, TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 79 (21 in writing) TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 79 (21 in writing) projects; understand the concept of risk and return; basic change). Importantly, the unit is not prescriptive and concepts and principles of portfolio theory and its application to security models are examined from a critical perspective. ABOUT THE COURSE: ABOUT THE COURSE: markets; examine the importance of a firm’s dividend policy, Business Research alternative structures and finance policies; understand the nature This course is designed to develop the key attributes and skills The Graduate Diploma in Business Administration provides and use of derivative securities and how they are used as risk required by senior and middle managers in a range of areas This unit introduces students to the field of business research. students with the opportunity to improve their knowledge, skills management tools. including commerce, industry and public sector. Participants It examines, in depth, the research process and introduces them and understanding of strategic management to enhance the career choose to study a particular set of units, combined with a period to the various aspects of doing research and providing practical opportunities at middle and upper management levels. Organisational Behaviour of approved professional practice experience/or research, advice and insight in their choice of research topic. Topics covered This unit exposes students to the psychosocial, cultural and COURSE STRUCTURE: providing the graduate the opportunity to apply their theoretical include hypothesis formulation and theory construction, data political contexts of behaviour in an organisation by developing understanding to the reality of the workplace. collection techniques, ethical issues in research, research design The course consists of 80 credit points comprising of core units perspectives on the individual (personality, motivation), group and several research methodologies. The special feature of this course is the 12 week internship and specialised units. dynamics (leadership, decision-making) and systemic factors to ensure that students have the opportunity to put theory into Organisational Strategy and Leadership (culture, change). Importantly, the unit is not prescriptive and practice, are in touch with modern demands and practices and are Core units include: concepts and models are examined from a critical perspective. This unit introduces and outlines the major themes, principles better prepared for the workforce. and practices of strategic management. It also explores the role Accounting for Managers Decision Making CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Students also have the option of completing this course in 1.5 years of leadership in developing sound and effective organisational Economics for Managers Organisational Strategy Graduates find employment as accountants or financial without professional practice. For more information please visit: strategy. The unit will emphasise the contrast between the and Leadership analysts, and may increase promotional opportunities in cdu.edu.au/international/future-students/courses. conventional and emergent strategies. The unit commences with a their existing occupations. review of the strategic management model and the importance of Specialisation includes: effective leadership in achieving effective strategy. (students to choose 4): COURSE STRUCTURE: November intake is not available for Casuarina (Darwin) campus. Professional Practice Experience / Professional The course consists of 160 credit points comprising of core units Clients and Markets Cross Cultural Practice Research Commercial and Management and specialised units. Corporate Law for International Business Core units include: Specialised units are shown below (students must Managers International Marketing choose six): Accounting for Managers Cross Cultural Managing Innovation Management Operations Management This unit prepares the student for managerial decision-making. It Commercial and Cross Cultural Human Resource Organisational Behaviour. Corporate Law for Management introduces basic accounting techniques, evaluation of progress, the Management Managers Human Resource reporting and analysis of results. Managing Innovation Management Economics for Managers CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: International Business Clients and Markets This unit focuses on both the micro and macro aspects of the International Marketing Operations Management Graduates of this course will be able to seek employment as economy and provides an appreciation for the basic issues of middle and senior managers in public and private sectors. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: economics confronting contemporary managers. The unit enables Graduates are also eligible for direct entry into the Master of students to understand challenges and prescribe policies based Graduates of this course will be able to seek employment as Business Administration (Professional Practice) program with on informed strategic thinking arising from various economic middle and senior managers in public and private sectors with significant advanced standing. interrelationships at both the domestic and global levels. the knowledge to contribute effectively to organisational resource decisions, ethics, leadership, strategic planning and problem solving. November intake is not available for Casuarina (Darwin) campus. 28 2017 Course Guide 2017 Course Guide 29BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Accounting PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION: The specialised units include: DURATION – 3 Yrs DURATION – 3 Yrs A graduate of the degree program may apply for membership of Economics Marketing (Choose any 3 Certified Practising Accountants (CPA), the Institute of Chartered ANNUAL FEE – 20,440 ANNUAL FEE – 20,440 Intermediate units) Accountants in Australia (ICAA) and the Association of Chartered Microeconomics Consumer Behaviour Certified Accountants of the UK (ACCA). Students will need to meet INTAKE – February, July, November INTAKE – February, July, November Advanced Economics International Marketing the English language entry requirements for registration. Intermediate Marketing Students should check professional recognition requirements in Macroeconomics LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin), Sydney, Melbourne Communications LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin), Sydney, Melbourne their home country. Economics of Southeast Services Marketing Asia Marketing Research CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Managerial Economics Marketing Planning Graduates can expect to find employment in a range of areas Economic Modelling Project Management ACADEMIC: ACADEMIC: in public and private sector corporations, banking and financial Management (Choose any Business Administration Successful completion of an Australian Year 12 Successful completion of an Australian Year 12 institutions, consultancy companies and government departments, 3 units) Any special elective or equivalent or equivalent Decision Making combination of 3 x 200 in financial management, auditing and control, corporate reporting, ENGLISH: ENGLISH: Planning and Strategy level units accounting, taxation, financial planning etc. IELTS (Academic): Overall score 6.0 (6.0 per module) IELTS (Academic): Overall score 6.0 (6.0 per module) Organisational Behaviour Plus any special elective PTE (Academic): Overall score 50 (50 in each skill) PTE (Academic): Overall score 50 (50 in each skill) Operations Management combination of 3 x 300 level November intake is not available for Casuarina (Darwin) campus. TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 60 (21 in writing) TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 60 (21 in writing) Human Resource units Management ABOUT THE COURSE: ABOUT THE COURSE: Managing Change Project Management The course provides students with a firm foundation in marketing, The Bachelor of Accounting provides students with a sound Certificate IV in Accounting (FNS40615) Industrial Relations economics, business administration and management, and knowledge base in financial accounting, management accounting, understanding in the context of E-commerce and a constantly taxation, business law and finance. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: DURATION – 0.5 Yr evolving business environment. The unit focus on the economies This course provides students with employment and professional Graduates from this course may find employment in a variety of our near neighbours in South East Asia, and on cross-cultural skills needed in a rapidly changing business environment. It allows of areas according to their specialisation, but not limited to the COURSE FEE – 7,000 business practice. for flexibility of study and prepares students for careers in a variety following: The four majors in Economics, Business Administration, Marketing of business fields. In addition, communication, presentation, and Economics major will provide opportunities in government INTAKE – February, July and Management open up numerous career opportunities. problem solving skills are emphasised. agencies such as Treasury, or use analytical skills in business or finance fields forecasting trends or consumer spending COURSE STRUCTURE: LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin) COURSE STRUCTURE: habits. The course consists of 240 credit points comprising Business Administration major will provide opportunities in The course consists of 240 credit points comprising of common ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS of common units and core units. any sector of the economy (public, private or not-for-profit). units, core units and specialised units. Our graduates find work in government agencies as business ACADEMIC: The core units include: The core units include: managers, business administration assistants, operations Successful completion of Certificate III managers, business analysts, project managers and in Accounts Administration Cultural Intelligence and Business Communications Cultural Intelligence and Quantitative Analysis procurement specialists and in the manufacturing, retail and Capability Management Accounting Capability for Business ENGLISH: service industries. Academic Literacies Business Finance Academic Literacies Principles of Economics IELTS (Academic): Overall score 5.5 (5.0 per module Marketing major provides opportunities as a sales manager, Through Exploring Principles of Auditing Through Exploring The World of Work PTE (Academic): Overall score 42 (36 in each skill) marketing associate, social media analyst, marketing Sustainability Commercial and Sustainability Introduction to TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 46 (21 in writing) Fundamentals of Corporate Law for manager or brand or product manager. Fundamentals of Business Law Marketing Accountants Management major provide opportunities for roles such Marketing E-Commerce in the Global ABOUT THE COURSE: Design and Innovation: Principles of Economics Design and Innovation: Business Environment as HR management, operations management or general This qualification is designed to reflect the job roles of contract Communicating Corporate Accounting Communicating Introduction to management, management consultancy, hospitality bookkeepers and employees performing bookkeeping tasks Technology Quantitative Analysis for Technology Management management, hotel management or purchasing management for organisations in a range of industries preparing or lodging Accounting Information Business Accounting for Managers The Global Future in most sectors of the economy. Systems Financial Accounting an approved form about a taxpayer’s liabilities, obligations or Applied Business Project Introduction to Business Strategic Management entitlements under a BAS provision; giving a taxpayer advice November intake is not available for Casuarina (Darwin) campus. Law Accounting about a BAS provision that the taxpayer can reasonably be Accounting Theory and Introduction to Accounting expected to rely upon to satisfy their taxation obligations; or Contemporary Issues Taxation dealing with the Commissioner on behalf of a taxpayer in relation Introduction to to a BAS provision. Persons providing a BAS service must be Management registered by the Tax Practitioner’s Board and this qualification is currently cited as meeting the educational requirements for registration. Other conditions apply including a designated period of experience. Persons seeking BAS agent registration should check current registration requirements with the Board as this is regularly reviewed. 30 2017 Course Guide 2017 Course Guide 31BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING Certificate IV in Accounting (cont) Certificate IV in Business Certificate III in Accounts Administration Certificate III in Business (BSB40215) (FNS30315) (BSB30115) COURSE STRUCTURE: DURATION – 0.5 Yr DURATION – 0.5 Yr DURATION – 0.5 Yr To achieve a Certificate IV in Accounting a total of thirteen (13) units COURSE FEE – 7,000 COURSE FEE – 7,000 COURSE FEE – 7,000 of competency must be completed comprising ten (10) Core and three (3) Elective units as detailed in the packaging rules and listed INTAKE – February, July INTAKE – February, July INTAKE – February, July below. The core units include: LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin) LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin) LOCATION – Waterfront (Darwin) Administer subsidiary Prepare operational ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS accounts and ledgers budgets Prepare financial reports Design and produce ACADEMIC: ACADEMIC: ACADEMIC: Apply principles of business documents Successful completion of Certificate III in Business Successful completion of Australian Year 11 Successful completion of Australian Year 11 professional practice Process financial or equivalent or equivalent to work in the financial transactions and extract ENGLISH: services industry interim reports IELTS (Academic): Overall score 5.5 (5.0 per module) ENGLISH: ENGLISH: Prepare financial Establish and maintain a PTE (Academic): Overall score 42 (36 in each skill) IELTS (Academic): Overall score 5.5 (5.0 per module) IELTS (Academic): Overall score 5.5 (5.0 per module) statements for non- payroll system TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 46 (21 in writing) PTE (Academic): Overall score 42 (36 in each skill) PTE (Academic): Overall score 42 (36 in each skill) reporting entities Set up and operate a TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 46 (21 in writing) TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 46 (21 in writing) Carry out business activity computerised accounting ABOUT THE COURSE: and instalment activity system ABOUT THE COURSE: ABOUT THE COURSE: This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use well statement tasks developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of This course is appropriate for a person working as an accounts This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply a contexts. They apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable clerk and entry-level study for employees working in business broad range of competencies in a varied work context using some Specialised units include: problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of and government sectors in accounting. This qualification is the discretion, judgment and relevant theoretical knowledge. They may sources. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with foundation for further VET studies in accounting. provide technical advice and support to a team. Develop and use complex Process business tax some limited responsibility for the output of others. spreadsheets requirements COURSE STRUCTURE: COURSE STRUCTURE: Manage budgets and Make decisions in COURSE STRUCTURE: forecasts a legal context To achieve a Certificate III in Accounts Administration a total of To achieve a Certificate III in Business a total of twelve (12) units of Maintain inventory records Produce job costing To achieve a Certificate IV in Business a total of ten (10) units of eleven (11) units of competency must be completed comprising competency must be completed comprising one (1) core and eleven information competency must be completed comprising one (1) core and nine (9) seven (7) core and four (4) elective units as detailed in the (11) elective units as detailed in the packaging rules and listed below. Elective units as detailed in the packaging rules and listed below. packaging rules and listed below. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: The core unit include: Graduates from this course may find employment in finance/ The core unit include: The core units include: Apply knowledge of WHS legislation in the workplace accounting areas, undertaking tasks such as budgeting, inventory Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures Administer subsidiary Work effectively in the control, asset management and management reporting. Graduates and programs to meet legislative requirements accounts and ledgers financial services industry are also eligible for direct entry into the Bachelor of Accounting Specialised unit include: Process financial Design and produce program with significant advanced standing. transactions and extract business documents Specialised unit include: Be MoneySmart Design and produce text interim reports Write simple documents Process accounts payable documents Contribute to health and Perform financial Address customer needs Undertake project work and receivable Recommend products and safety of self and others calculations Organise meetings Develop and use complex Contribute to team services Analyse and present spreadsheets effectiveness Develop keyboarding research information Write complex documents Specialised units include: Process payroll speed and accuracy Report on financial activity Make a presentation Deliver and monitor a Write simple documents Design and develop Be MoneySmart Organise personal work service to customers Organise personal work complex text documents Prepare financial reports priorities and development Produce spreadsheets priorities and development Process payroll CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Job roles relevant to this qualification include: Accounts Clerk, Job roles and titles relevant to this qualification may differ between The Certificate III in Accounts Administration is your gateway to the Customer Service Advisor, Clerk, E-business, Practitioner, industry sectors but may include: Administration Assistant, financial services industry, leading to entry-level careers such as Legal Receptionist, Medical Receptionist, Office, Administration Clerical Worker, Data Entry Operator, Information Desk Clerk, accounts payable clerk, accounts receivable clerk and payroll clerk. Assistant, Student Services Officer, Word and Processing Officer. Office Junior and Receptionist. Graduates are also eligible for This course is especially designed for those who need to perform Graduates are also eligible for direct entry into the Bachelor of direct entry into the Certificate IV in Business program with routine accounting duties such as accounts payable/receivable, payroll, Commerce program with significant advanced standing. significant advanced standing. bookkeeping, purchases and sales, and preparation of financial reports. Graduates are also eligible for direct entry into the Certificate IV in Accounting program with significant advanced standing. 32 2017 Course Guide 2017 Course Guide 33CREATIVE ARTS & INDUSTRIES Bachelor of Arts Specialisation are mentioned below: DURATION – 3 Yrs History ANNUAL FEE – 18,520 Colonial Rule in Southeast Asia Modern History of Island Southeast Asia INTAKE – February, July Independent Studies North Australian History Since 1911 LOCATION – Casuarina (Darwin) Mainland Southeast Asia North Australian History to 1911 ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Literary Studies Creative and Critical Writing ACADEMIC: Independent Studies A (Literary Studies) Successful completion of Australian Year 12 Creative and Professional Writing or equivalent The Literature of the North: Australia and SE Asia ENGLISH: Political Science IELTS (Academic): Overall score 6.0 (6.0 per module) Northern Territory Politics Internship Program PTE (Academic): Overall score 50 (50 in each skill) International Relations TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 60 (21 in writing) Politics in China Political Ideas ABOUT THE COURSE: Comparative Politics of Southeast Asia The Bachelor of Arts provides graduates with the ability to Politics in Indonesia understand and study human society. It develops high levels of Indigenous Creative Writing written and oral communication skills in the Humanities and Social Writing Project Sciences disciplines, including History, Literary Studies, Greek, Story & Film Writing Chinese (Mandarin) and Indonesian Studies, Political Science Independent Studies (Indigenous Creative Writing) and Sociology. It also prepares graduates for research training at Writing for Stage honours and postgraduate level and is available for external and Personal Narratives internal modes of study. Writing Poetry Combinations of the specialist areas of study provide graduates Creative Arts & Industries Indigenous Knowledge Systems with distinctive qualifications that lead to interesting and rewarding Advocacy and Social Action careers. The course builds on the University’s unique location Indigenous Engagement: Land and Water in northern Australia, adjacent to South-East Asia. Employment Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management opportunities include Federal, State and Territory government, land Indigenous Governance and Leadership councils, museums, non-government agencies and the corporate Arctic to Uluru: Comparative Studies in Indigenous Policy sector, particularly where these organisations engage with central Indigenous Networking and Collaboration and northern Australia and Asia. Cultural Transactions: Communication and Negotiation COURSE STRUCTURE: Indigenous People and Social Justice Global Perspectives on Indigenous Land and Sea The course is comprised of 240 credit points including common Management units, core units and electives units of study. Indigenous Policy Principles and Practice Impact Assessment and Management of Cultural Sites Knowledges: Representing and Recording Country 34 2017 Course Guide 2017 Course Guide 35CREATIVE ARTS & INDUSTRIES CREATIVE ARTS & INDUSTRIES Bachelor of Creative Arts and Industries (Communication) consultancy, teaching, politics, and many other areas, depending Specialisation (cont) DURATION – 3 Yrs COURSE STRUCTURE: on your specialisation. Graduates are also eligible for direct entry into the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program with significant The course is comprised of 240 credit points including common Indigenous Knowledge Systems cont ANNUAL FEE – 19,000 advanced standing. units, core units and electives units of study. Indigenous Contemporary Perspectives Practices and Skills in Indigenous Community Work INTAKE – February, July Specialisation are mentioned below: Indigenous Cultures and the Environment Race and Policy Public Relations And Communication Design Bachelor of Arts (Honours) LOCATION – Casuarina (Darwin) Resourcing Community Action Foundations of Marketing Communication Studies Languages Foundations of DURATION – 1 Yr ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Professional Writing Communication Studies Chinese Issues in Communication Marketing Greek ACADEMIC: ANNUAL FEE – 18,520 Studies Communications Indonesian Successful completion of Australian Year 12 New Media Intermediate Fundamentals of or equivalent Media Studies INTAKE – February, July Studio Marketing Creative and Critical Writing Introductory Studio New Media ENGLISH: Issues in Communication Studies Independent Study Advanced Studio LOCATION – Casuarina (Darwin) IELTS (Academic): Overall score 6.0 (6.0 per module) Culture and Identity (Communications) Independent Study PTE (Academic): Overall score 50 (50 in each skill) New Media Advanced New Media Advanced Project (Communications) TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 60 (21 in writing) Studio New Media Intermediate Foundations of Communication Studies ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Studio New Media Intermediate and Advanced Studio ABOUT THE COURSE: ACADEMIC: Issues in Communication Introduction to Multimedia From Twitter to the telephone, this degree will keep you Successful completion of an Australian Bachelor degree Studies New Media Scripting and Interactive Studio up-to-date with ways technology is influencing modern or equivalent Practising Public Music communications. Students will develop communications skills Relations ENGLISH: Advanced Instrumental and Vocal Studies as well as an understanding of the history and contexts of Professional Writing IELTS (Academic): Overall score 6.0 (6.0 per module) Introductory Instrumental and Vocal Studies the media communication industries. The degree offers two Principles of Public PTE (Academic): Overall score 50 (50 in each skill) Advanced Technical Production Relations core specialisations: Public relations, and marketing and TOEFL (iBT): Total score of 60 (21 in writing) Introductory Language of Music communication design. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: History and the Performing Musician ABOUT THE COURSE: Music Studies – Teaching Perspectives Graduates are able to find employment in areas such as This course is an essential preparation for higher Intermediate Instrumental and Vocal Studies public relations, marketing and advertising, media planning research and for admission into research and postgraduate Secondary Performance Skills and analysis, multimedia and web design, freelance writing programs in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Coursework Intermediate Language of Music and copywriting, government communications and media, tourism units, involving intensive personalised tutorials, prepare students Technical Production and hospitality industry, communications research and film, radio for analysis and problem solving at an advanced fourth year level and television (writing, editing and production). Graduates are Visual Arts in their areas of study. The thesis component provides research also eligible for direct entry into Bachelor of Creative Arts and Advanced Studio training which equips the student with advanced skills in the Industries (Honours). Introductory & Intermediate Studio discipline area leading to a substantial research paper. Fields Creative Arts Elective of study may include history, literary studies, political science, Modernity Indonesian, sociology and Southeast Asian studies. Independent Studies (Visual Arts) The course provides advanced understanding and critical Postmodernism: Art, Architecture, Culture and Theory evaluation of aspects of human society, its history, culture, political Yolngu Language And Culture Studies development, and diversity, with opportunities, in particular, to Indigenous Independent Study study northern Australian and Southeast Asian societies. Yolngu Life and Literature Yolngu Languages and Culture COURSE STRUCTURE: Yolngu Matha Conversation The course is comprised of 80 credit points and comprise Yolngu Texts and Conversations of honours coursework and honours Thesis. DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM: Honours Coursework (Theory, Scope and Methods, Thesis Preparation) This course is available as part of dual degree program with Honours Thesis Bachelor of Law. See the course list under Dual Degrees for more information. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: A higher qualification recognised by public and private sector CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: employers, the BA (Hons) is also an essential preparation for The course prepares students for careers in international postgraduate research training at masters and doctorate level. organisations, industrial relations, the arts, administration, journalism, public service, foreign affairs and trade, research, 36 2017 Course Guide 2017 Course Guide 37