This graduate course is only for students participating in the ASEAN-Australia Defence Postgraduate Scholarship Program.
This course will explore what it means to be a leader in defence in ASEAN. Exploring both Civilian and Military contributions to defence leadership, this course will aim to develop the skills future leaders need to contribute to the development and security of their nations. The course emphasizes the importance of inter-personal skills, including the development of strong cohorts and networks among course members and ability to work with others to achieve the goals of the group.
DL-ASEAN B will include exposure to specific areas of defence management including but not limited to: strategic planning; international engagement; civil military relations; values and leadership; governance and accountability frameworks; industry policy; capability development and material acquisition; personnel management; resource management and defence science and technology. It will offer learning opportunities for how Australia approaches the idea of defence leadership, including engagement visits with Australia's Department of Defence, the Australian Defence Force, regional Defence Attache's posted to Australia, and other centres of Professional Military Education such as the Australian Defence College.
This course will support the aims of the ASEAN-Australia Defence Postgraduate Scholarship Program, supporting the students in their development as future defence leaders in ASEAN, as well as their academic skills while studying at the Australian National University.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
- Develop an understanding of issues in defence management.
- Demonstrate strong awareness of the cultural, political, social and religious factors which shape defence management within ASEAN
- Develop advanced interpersonal skills of networking and group cooperation
- Possess an understanding of Australia's approach to defence management
- Demonstrate strong capacity for original, independent analysis of the management challenges facing future defence management in Asia
- Class participation (10) [LO 2,3]
- Verbal Presentation (To be filmed for second marking purposes) (20) [LO 1,3,5]
- Group Project (Overall 10% + individual contribution 10%) (20) [LO 1,2,5]
- Reflective Essay (20) [LO 1,2,5]
- Long Essay (30) [LO 1,2,4,5]
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120 hours over the semester
Requisite and Incompatibility
You will need to contact the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre to request a permission code to enrol in this course.
Students must be enrolled as ASEAN-Australia Defence Postgraduate Scholars to enrol in the course.
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- Unit value:
- 6 units
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