New BA courses offered from 2021

Course Code Course Title Plans in which this course is listed
ABTS2030 Exploring Indigenous Art, Film, Music and Literature Through Iconic Works Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
ABTS3040 Emerging Critical Indigenous Methodologies Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
ABTS3080 Independent project in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander studies Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
ANCH2301 Ancient Art and Architecture

Ancient History

Art History

ANCH2320 The Roman Republic Ancient History
ANCH3540 Special Topic in Ancient History 1 Ancient History
ANCH3550 Special Topic in Ancient History 2 Ancient History
ANCH3560 Special Topic in Ancient Cultures Ancient History
ARTT2010 Renaissance and Baroque Art Art History
ARTT3105 Art in a Global World Art History
ARTT3140 Photography from the Daguerrotype to Instagram Art History
AUST2200 Australian Indigenous Studies Field School

Art History

Australian Studies

CHIN3000 Spoken Chinese IIA Chinese
ECON2101 Cost-Benefit Analysis Economics
ECON3460 Ethics in Economics Economics
ENGL2080 World Literature

English

English Literature

Writing

ENGL2630 Postmodern Literature English Literature
ENGL3900 The Birth of the Modern: Literature and Thought from 1850 to 1960 English Literature
FREN2112 French Language and Culture 1: Post-Secondary French Advanced*
FREN3355 Literary and Cultural Debates in French French Advanced*
GREK3000 Greek Language and Literature 2 Ancient Greek*
HIST2040 The Modern History of East Asia History
HIST2220 The Middle Ages History
HIST3005 War and Society in the Twentieth Century History
HIST3300 The World Since 1945 History
JAPN3010 Continuing Japanese 1A Japanese
JOUR3100 Social Justice Storytelling Journalism and Mass Communication
KORN3005 Spoken Korean IIA Korean
KORN3006 Written Korean IIA Korean
LATN3000 Latin Language and Literature 2 Latin*
LING3065 Pragmatics Linguistics
LING3090 Language Evolution Linguistics
LTCS2028 Understanding Contemporary Japanese Society and Culture Japanese
MUSC3780 Teaching Music Music
PHIL3003* Philosophy of Mind and Language Philosophy
POLS3104* Democratic Politics: From Parties to Protest Political Science
POLS3222* Humanitarianism and Power in World Politics

International Relations

Peace and Conflict Studies

RELN1115 Religion and Science Studies in Religion
RELN3002 Belief and Unbelief Studies in Religion
RELN3003 The Idea of the Sacred: Texts, Places and the Sociology of Experience Studies in Religion
SOCY1070 Inequality, Society and the Self Sociology
SOCY2050 Sex, gender and social relationships Sociology
WRIT3550* Culture, Identity and Power in the Ancient World  Ancient History

*subject to final approval

BA Courses offered for the last time in Semester 2 2020

Course Code Course Title Plans in which this course is listed
ABTS2090 Independent Project in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies 2 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (not compulsory)
ABTS3010 Work Placement in Indigenous Australian Studies Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (compulsory)
ANCH2270 The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Rome

Ancient History (not compulsory)

Ancient History/History (not compulsory)

Art History (not compulsory)

ANCH2280 Roman Society & Civilisation

Ancient History (not compulsory)

Ancient History/History (not compulsory)

Classical Languages (not compulsory)

ANCH3020 Special Topic in Greek History

Ancient History (not compulsory)

Ancient History/History (not compulsory)

Classical Languages (not compulsory)

ARTT2105 Baroque and Beyond, 1600-1900 Art History (not compulsory)
ARTT3101 Topics in Contemporary Art Art History (compulsory)
CHIN3300 Chinese>English Translation for Non-Native Speakers Chinese (compulsory in some streams)
CHIN3900 Techniques in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language Chinese (compulsory in some streams)
ECON3220 Benefit-Cost Analysis Economics (not compulsory)
ECON3600 Australian Economic History Economics (compulsory)
ENGL2065 Jane Austen and Her Influence

English (not compulsory)

English Literature (not compulsory)

ENGL2460 Poetry: Tradition and Revolution

English (not compulsory)

English Literature (not compulsory)

ENGL3630 Postmodernism: Fiction and Theories English Literature (not compulsory)
FREN3116 French Language and Culture 5 French (compulsory in some streams)
FREN3380 Identites francaises et francophones French (not compulsory)
FREN3910 French Study Project French (compulsory in some streams)
GREK2240 Greek Language and Literature 1 Classical Languages (compulsory in Greek stream)
HIST2408 Germany from Hitler to Reunification (1933-1991) History (not compulsory)
HIST2615 Age of Crusades History (not compulsory)
HIST2707 The Anatomy of a Super Power: the US since 1945 History (not compulsory)
INDN3006 Indonesian Studies Project Indonesian (not compulsory)
JOUR2100 Social Justice Storytelling Journalism and Mass Communication (not compulsory)
KORN2005 Foundation in Korean Language and Culture Korean (not compulsory)
KORN3212 Korean-English Translation and Interpreting B Korean (not compulsory)
KORN3300 Korean Study Project Korean (compulsory in stream C only)
LATN2240 Latin Language and Literature 2 Classical Languages (compulsory in Latin stream)
LING3050 Advanced Linguistics Research Linguistics (compulsory)
LING3100 Special Research Topics in Linguistics Linguistics (not compulsory)
LTCS2006 Japanese Popular Culture Japanese (compulsory in stream D only)
LTCS3007 Japanese Studies Individual Project

Japanese (compulsory in stream D only)

MSTU2011 Contemporary German Cinema

Film and Television Studies (not compulsory)

German (not compulsory)

PHIL2310 European Social Philosophy Philosophy (not compulsory)
POLS1601 Power, Politics and Society Political Science (not compulsory)
POLS2204 International Relations of East Asia International Relations (not compulsory)
POLS2222 Humanitarianism in World Politics

International Relations (not compulsory)

Peace and Conflict Studies (not compulsory)

Political Science (not compulsory)

POLS3203 Power and Order in Transnational Politics

International Relations (not compulsory)

Peace and Conflict Studies (not compulsory)

RELN2115 Playing God: Religion & Science Studies in Religion (not compulsory)
SOCY1060 Gender, Sexuality and Society: An Introduction Sociology (not compulsory)
SOCY2040 Families, Households and the Lifecourse Sociology (not compulsory)
SOCY3200 Current Issues and Debates in Sociology Sociology (compulsory)
SPAN2310 Reading & Writing in Spanish Spanish (not compulsory)
SPAN3460 Literatura en Espanol Spanish (not compulsory)

 Replacing discontinued courses