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Schedule
2013 Diploma of International Studies(R2G)  Download to Zip

Course Structure

To qualify for the Diploma of International Studies, the candidate shall pass eight units (100%) from the schedule, comprising :

(a) at least 25% and up to 50% of Introductory level units (level 100) , and

(b) at least 25% and up to 50% of Intermediate level units (level 200), and

(c) at least 25 % and up to 50% of Advanced level units (level 300)

The theme areas suggested below represent examples of how students might package together their units for the Diploma. They do not constitute formal or compulsory programs within the Diploma and are not intended to be prescriptive.

Requisite information:

1. If the pre-requisite or co-requisite of a unit is listed in the schedule, students must meet the requisite requirement as specified in this schedule (for example, in order to be able to undertake HEF102, students must complete HEF101).

2. If the pre-requisite of a unit is not listed in the schedule, the requisite is waived. This is specifically applicable to BMA181 and BFA206.

3. If the unit requires special permission from the unit coordinator, HMC224 for example, special permission must be sought from the unit coordinator.

Politics and International Relations

HIR101 Introduction to International Relations

HMC225 Political and Cultural History of Taiwan

HIR203 International Relations of Asia

HIR206 Espionage, Terror and Global Disorder

HIR302 International Security

HMN318 Political and Social Change in Contemporary Indonesia

HPP315 American Politics

Culture

HEA104 English 1B

HMA102 Asia: Transformation and Change

FST213 Contemporary Art of the Asia-Pacific Region

HMA206 Understanding Asia through Food

HMC217 Contemporary Chinese Cinema

HMJ210 Japan in the 21st Century

HAB310 International Indigenous Tourism

Race and Ethnicity

HGA101 Sociology A

HGA102 Sociology B

HMC226 Ethnic Minorities in Contemporary China

HTA275 History of the Indigenous Peoples of North America

HAB310 International Indigenous Tourism

HMA351 Volunteering in Asia

HMA361 Asian Ethnic and Religious Politics

Religion

HMA101 Asia: Enduring Traditions

HMA102 Asia: Transformation and Change

HMA214 Islam in Asia

HPA219 Buddhist Philosophy

HPA234 Zen and Tao: East Asian Philosophy

HTA275 History of the Indigenous Peoples of North America

HMA321 Contemporary Asian Issues

HMA361 Asian Ethnic and Religious Politics

Economics

BMA181 Introduction to International Business

HIR101 Introduction to International Relations

BFA206 Globalisation and Accountability

HGA262 Social Inequalities: Global and Local

HMC224 Political Economy of Post-Reform China

HIR207 Global Political Economy

HIR309 Third World Development Politics

KSA302 International Marine Management

Language and Literature

HEG101 German 1A

HEG102 German 1B

HEA218 Contemporary Fiction

HEA232 Postcolonial Fictions

HEG317 German Texts from Rock to Rap

HMJ340 Film and Text in Japan

HMN304 Indonesian Literature in its Social Context

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