Students enrolled in the Writing, World Histories and Lives sub-plan of the Liberal Arts program may seek the approval of the program coordinator to undertake an independent research project. The course enables students to undertake an independent research project. The aim of the project is to allow students to apply the conceptual and methodological skills they have developed in the program to a particular research question or case study linked to their academic or professional interests.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
The aims of this course are to:
1. demonstrate independent thought and the ability to identify and construct a coherent research question.
2. synthesise and articulate key concepts in the various disciplines that contribute to the Liberal Arts, and demonstrate effective interdisciplinary thinking.
3. apply methodological, conceptual and analytic tools to advanced level research into the Liberal Arts.
4. conduct data-collection, analysis, and verbal and written presentation at the standard of a postgraduate degree.
5. model best practice and have a commitment to ethical, reflective practice in the Liberal Arts.
On completing this course, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
1. skills in written and verbal expression for a variety of relevant academic and / or professional purposes.
2. skills in interdisciplinary thinking and the ability to apply theoretical ideas to case studies developed from personal observation.
3. skills required for humanities research. This includes data-collection, analysis, and verbal and written presentation at the standard of a postgraduate degree.
4. Model best practice and have a commitment to ethical, reflective practice in the Liberal Arts.
Indicative Assessment5000-6000 words of written assessment or project-based work. The nature of the inquiry will be established at the commencement of the teaching period through a written proposal that will be developed in consultation between the student and supervising lecturer and then submitted to the program coordinator for formal approval.
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Requisite and Incompatibility
You will need to contact the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics to request a permission code to enrol in this course.
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|Class number||Class start date||Last day to enrol||Census date||Class end date||Mode Of Delivery||Class Summary|
|9820||23 Jul 2018||30 Jul 2018||31 Aug 2018||26 Oct 2018||In Person||N/A|