- Minimum 24 Units
- Academic plan CCCA
- Post Nominal GCCroCulAn
- CRICOS code NO CRICOS
Mode of delivery
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The Graduate Certificate of Cross-Cultural Analysis requires the completion of 24 units of:
12 units from the completion of:
Introduction to Anthropological Thought (choose 2)
ANTH6002 Culture and Human Diversity: Introducing Anthropology
ANTH6003 Global Citizen: Culture, Development and Inequality
BIAN6001 The Human Voyage: Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH6005 Traditional Australian Indigenous Cultures, Societies and Environment
12 units from the completion of:
Culture and Society Today (choose 2)
BIAN6124 Evolution and Human Behaviour
BIAN6514 Primate Behaviour and Conservation
ANTH6009 Culture and Development
ANTH6017 Culture, Social Justice and Aboriginal Society Today
ANTH6025 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
ANTH6026 Medicine, Healing and the Body
ANTH6129 Crossing Borders
Admission RequirementsA Bachelor degree or international equivalent with a minimum GPA of 4/7.
All applicants must meet the University’s English Language Admission Requirements for Students
Applicants who have completed a degree in a cognate discipline from a recognised university may be eligible to receive coursework credit towards this degree, in line with the ANU Coursework Award Rules.
Domestic Tuition Fees (DTF)
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- Annual indicative fee for international students
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All students are required to pay the Services and amenities fee (SA Fee)
The annual indicative fee provides an estimate of the program tuition fees for international students and domestic students (where applicable). The annual indicative fee for a program is based on the standard full-time enrolment load of 48 units per year (unless the program duration is less than 48 units). Fees for courses vary by discipline meaning that the fees for a program can vary depending on the courses selected. Course fees are reviewed on an annual basis and typically will increase from year to year. The tuition fees payable are dependent on the year of commencement and the courses selected and are subject to increase during the period of study.
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Anthropology is the study of contemporary human cultural lives in comparative perspective. Such an approach enables anthropologists to examine key global challenges and events, like climate change and xenophobia, as well as how government policies, technologies, and products and services are incorporated into people’s lives. Designed for those whose work or interest is in understanding people in specific contexts, this program equips students with the necessary critical thinking and applied skills to undertake analysis of human lives in cross-cultural perspective. It introduces ethnography as the characteristic approach to anthropological research, as well as its application to a range of interdisciplinary fields. The Graduate Certificate in Cross-Cultural Analysis will introduce students to Indigenous knowledges, gender analysis, and global multicultural contexts.
Ethnographic research is now used as an indispensable research methodology in fields as disparate as business management, design, development, anthropology, and public policy. This Graduate Certificate can be completed as a stand alone award, or as a pathway into the Master of Anthropology and Planetary Futures (MAPF). This program is available on a full-time or part-time basis.
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This program is available for applications to commence from First Semester, 2024
Ethnographic research is now used as an indispensable research methodology in fields as disparate as business management, design, development, anthropology, and public policy. There are employment opportunities within community-based organisations, advocacy, cultural institutions, policy, NGOs, business and entrepreneurship, and international organisations.
- analyse, evaluate and transform information to complete a range of activities related to cultural diversity and anthropological theory and practice;
- understand how global systems and policy frameworks include and impact local and community perspectives;
- communicate knowledge, skills and ideas on anthropology to others; and
- exercise personal, professional and social responsibility in community-based and multicultural settings.