University Handbook 2018

Diploma of Arts

Course code/s: ADAW

Course Details
Location Albury-Wodonga
Course/Discipline Coordinator Jennifer Jones
Course Code ADAW
Available to International Students Yes
CRICOS 075107B
Course Duration 1 Year Full-time or Part-time equivalent
Credit Points 120
Exchange Opportunity No
Leave of Absence Available Yes
Course Queries Current students: ASK La Trobe
Prospective students: Future Students

Course Description

The Diploma of Arts is a one-year diploma offered to regional students who do not wish to undertake a full three-year length Bachelor of Arts, for academic or personal reasons.

The Diploma of Arts offers an introduction to post-secondary study of Humanities and Social Sciences in a supportive learning environment. It aims to provide structured support throughout the course and successful completion is a pathway into the second year of the Bachelor of Arts.

This course keeps to the traditional flexibility of the first-year of the Bachelor of Arts. It incorporates additional student support through an Academic Skills subject and the First-Year Humanities and Social Sciences Academic Skills Seminar offered by the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce.

The flexibility of subject offerings allows you to gain knowledge and skills centred on your interests and career aspirations. Through classroom discussions, individual projects, assignments and teamwork, we aim to give you skills such as creativity and flexibility, problem solving, communication skills, organisational skills and leadership. 

Course Structure

Semester 1 OPTION HUS1FAS OPTION OPTION
Discipline A Rethinking our Humanity Discipline B Discipline C
Semester 2  HUS1TEN OPTION OPTION OPTION
 Ideas that Shook the World Discipline A Discipline B Discipline C

 

For details about the available disciplines at the Albury-Wodonga Campus within the Diploma of Arts, refer to the disciplines available in the Bachelor of Arts.

For further information about the Diploma of Arts, contact the Albury-Wodonga Campus: (02) 6024 9835.

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