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Military History - ZHSSMS8175

Plan Summary

 
Faculty: University College
 
  
   
 
Program: 8175 - Arts
 
 
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Master of Arts (Specialisation)
 
  

Plan Outline

The Master of Arts in Military History is designed for postgraduate scholars who wish to gain a comprehensive understanding of the major themes and issues in the field of military history, and to cater those with a professional need (such as secondary history teachers responding to some of the demands of the new national curriculum), members of the Australian Defence Force, and interested members of the general public.

Plan Structure

Students undertaking the Master of Arts in Military History are required to take 8 courses (48UoC) in any combination from course options as set out below.

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Further Options

Research Project
The option of undertaking a research project is available to Masters students who attain a high credit average or better in courses worth 24UoC and is subject to the approval of the Head of School. The research project is recommended for those with a strong interest in pursuing original research in a particular area or intending to undertake a higher level research qualification.

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