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Unit code Unit name
APG5018 Celebrity, fashion, publicity
APG5050 Communication research methods
APG5347 Research methods in applied linguistics
APG5426 Environmental analysis
APG5428 Environmental governance and citizenship
APG5434 Sustainability measurement
APG5435 European Union: History, Debates, Politics
APG5640 Journalism in society
APR6100 Film, Media and Communication Studies: The State of the Fields
ATS1002 Chinese introductory 2
ATS1040 Religions and the modern world
ATS1062 French introductory 2
ATS1092 German introductory 2
ATS1172 Korean introductory 2
ATS1192 Spanish introductory 2
ATS1222 Italian introductory 2
ATS1248 Ancient civilisations 2
ATS1254 Culture, power, difference: Indigeneity and Australian identity
ATS1255 Cultures and difference: An introduction to anthropology
ATS1259 Exploring contemporary Australia
ATS1262 Introduction to social behaviour
ATS1264 Biotechnology, justice and the law
ATS1269 Latin introductory 2
ATS1280 Communications and society
ATS1282 Criminal justice (in) action
ATS1288 Performance in context II
ATS1292 English as an International Language: International Communication
ATS1298 Professional writing
ATS1301 Australian physical environments: evolution, status and management
ATS1304 Contemporary television studies
ATS1309 The Global Challenge
ATS1315 Human rights theory 2
ATS1317 Renaissance Europe
ATS1321 Nations at war 2: revolutions in the twentieth century
ATS1326 Contemporary worlds 2
ATS1328 The foundations of journalism
ATS1329 The practice of journalism
ATS1339 Describing and analysing language and communication
ATS1340 English for academic purposes (Summer Semester)
ATS1346 Music and culture
ATS1366 The individual and society
ATS1371-14 Philosophy: Introduction A (Life, death, and morality) (Semester 1, 2014)
ATS1371-15 Life, death and morality: Introduction to Philosophy A (Semester 1, 2015)
ATS1701 Terrorism and political violence: An introduction
ATS1835 Philosophy: Introduction B (Time, self, and mind)
ATS1835-14 Philosophy: Introduction B (Time, self, and mind) (Semester 2, 2014)
ATS1835-15 Philosophy: Introduction B: Time, self, and mind (Semester 2, 2015)
ATS1901 Journalism and society
ATS1902 Journalism genres
ATS1904 Reading the city: Literary genres
ATS1945 Australian government and politics
ATS1960 The Jews in the modern world
ATS2004 Chinese intermediate 2
ATS2005 Chinese proficient 1
ATS2006 Chinese proficient 2
ATS2040 Understanding contemporary China
ATS2057 Genocide
ATS2064 French intermediate 2
ATS2066 French proficient 2
ATS2106 A short history of the world: From the big bang to climate change
ATS2144 Japanese intermediate 2
ATS2146 Japanese proficient 2
ATS2194 Spanish intermediate 2
ATS2250 Communications and cultures in the global era
ATS2349 The golden age of Athens
ATS2351 The archaeology of death in ancient Egypt: The early dynastic period to middle kingdom
ATS2378 The anthropology of international development
ATS2395 Australia in a globalising world
ATS2422 Literature and romanticism
ATS2440 The public sphere
ATS2457 Crime and the media
ATS2466 Gender, sex and crime
ATS2490 Advanced professional writing
ATS2513 Short fiction classic and contemporary
ATS2519 Children's Literature: A Comparative Study
ATS2535 Storytelling in film and television: From classical narrative to art cinema
ATS2560 Theorising sexed bodies: Contemporary feminist theory
ATS2596 The Vietnam War
ATS2602 Renaissance Italy
ATS2624 Global governance
ATS2628 Power and poverty: International development in a globalised world
ATS2665 Language endangerment
ATS2674 Semantics: the study of meaning in human languages
ATS2681 Structure of English
ATS2720 Youth, culture and social change
ATS2723 Social research methods
ATS2727 Men, masculinity and society
ATS2743 Build your career: planning and strategies for employability
ATS2772-GC English language and text (Gippsland)
ATS2774 Understanding Australian landscapes: soil-vegetation dynamics
ATS2779 Climate change and variability
ATS2785 Journalism, law and ethics
ATS2815 Crisis and risk communication
ATS2839-14 Philosophy: Ethics (Semester 1, 2014)
ATS2839-15 Ethics (Semester 1 2015)
ATS2840 Philosophy of Mind
ATS2840-14 Philosophy of Mind (Semester 2, 2014)
ATS2840-15 Philosophy of mind (Semester 2, 2015)
ATS2861-14 Philosophy: God, freedom and evil (Semester 1, 2014)
ATS2861-15 Philosophy: God, freedom and evil (Semester 1, 2015)
ATS2869 Political philosophy
ATS2870 Philosophy of religion (Semester 1, 2011)
ATS2872-14 Karma, self and liberation: Buddhist and Hindu perspectives (Semester 2, 2014)
ATS2875 The moral psychology of evil
ATS2914 The dark hero and femme fatale
ATS2946-14 Critical thinking: How to analyse arguments and improve your reasoning skills (Semester 1, 2014)
ATS2946-15 Critical thinking: How to analyse arguments and improve your reasoning skills (Semester 1, 2015)
ATS2961 Political ideas in context
ATS2975 Building blocs: The European Union and the Asia-Pacific
ATS3006 Chinese proficient 2
ATS3008 Chinese studies advanced 2
ATS3042 Chinese media analysis 2
ATS3068 French studies advanced 2
ATS3079 The fall and rise of modern China: From opium war to opening up
ATS3089 Social institutions and power in East Asia
ATS3113 Reporting the arts circuit
ATS3129 Arts internship (2015 Summer semester)
ATS3130 Arts international internship (2015 Summer Semester)
ATS3206 Contesting cultures and identities in modern Spain
ATS3347 Minoans and Mycenaeans
ATS3391 A world of sport: business, politics and media
ATS3391S A world of sport: business, politics and media (Summer Semester)
ATS3399 The self and others: Identity and the experience of difference in the 21st century
ATS3404 Eros and the body: Sexuality and body politics in the classical world
ATS3459 Punishment, violence and resistance
ATS3469 Victims, crime and society
ATS3543 Archaeology of Indigenous Australia
ATS3552 Remote sensing of the environment
ATS3554 Resource evaluation and management
ATS3593 History of sexuality 1800 - to the present
ATS3611 Imagining God: The mystic quest in Judaism, Christianity and Islam
ATS3616 Race and rights in twentieth-century America
ATS3626 Global disasters: Catastrophe and social change
ATS3632 Post-conflict: justice, memory, reconciliation
ATS3636 Sacred and profane: religion, the secular and the state
ATS3639 Poverty, ecology, and international justice
ATS3665 Language Endangerment
ATS3674 Semantics: the study of meaning in human languages
ATS3690 Reflections on humanity: Truth freedom and power
ATS3717 Sociology of health and medicine
ATS3726 Critical social psychology
ATS3732 Communications and media studies: contemporary debates
ATS3763 The second media age
ATS3788 Soils, landscape and their management
ATS3816 The social context of language learning
ATS3838 Public relations campaigns
ATS3852 Contemporary issues in social science research
ATS3869 Political philosophy
ATS3870-11 Philosophy of religion (Semester 1, 2011)
ATS3872-14 Karma, self and liberation: Buddhist and Hindu perspectives (Semester 2, 2014)
ATS3881 Philosophy of mind
ATS3881-15 Philosophy of mind (Semester 2, 2015)
ATS3882 Metaphysics
ATS3887 Designing Urban Futures: Urban Climate, Water and Adaptation
ATS3900 Jazz Composition and Arranging 2
ATS3903 Leaders, power and politics
ATS3933 The meaning of things: Writing cultural history
ATS3951 Japanese Popular Culture and Identity
ATS3974 European security

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