University of Newcastle Australia program

BA Practice

This program, HASS2000, introduces you to new Humanities methods and develops your digital research and presentation skills.

This program is part of the Bachelor of Arts degree offered by The University of Newcastle Australia

Discover a new methods-based framework for Humanities practice.

Completion of this program will give you the toolkit to become an effective problem solver or researcher in the Humanities.

In HASS2000, leaders in their respective fields offer unique insights into how they produce important research. Through these masterclasses, you will learn how to make new knowledge that is responsive to both local and global challenges. You will employ the latest research tools in practical scenarios that push you into exciting frontiers.

Integrated hands-on learning opportunities prepare you for the program's real-world assessment tasks. These are designed to show off your research and transferable skills, including project management and creative problem solving.

Courses

4 courses

The University of Newcastle Australia

The University of Newcastle stands as a global leader in higher education, distinguished by a commitment to equity and excellence. Our degree programs are internationally recognised. Our research is world-class and diverse, and our partnerships and collaborations drive innovation.

UON continues to build its global reputation for being one of the world's most prestigious universities and is consistently in the top 10 Australian universities for research.

  • The University of Newcastle Australia

Who will you learn with?

Australian environmental historian taking a decolonising approach to the nature-culture relationship in local/global contexts of grape growing, wine making, trade and science.

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Evaluate the range of data and/or sources, tools, techniques and methodologies available to Humanities researchers.
  2. Discuss intermediate concepts in Humanities research practice across disciplines.
  3. Apply practical and transferable skills to enhance work readiness in Humanities disciplines.
  4. Demonstrate presentation skills in digital as well as traditional formats at an intermediate level.

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