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Specialisations beginning with the letter A
Specialisation Description
Aboriginal Studies   Nura Gili Indigenous Undergraduate Courses Indigenous Studies is an interdisciplinary field of study that provides you with an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the history and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Austr...
Accounting   Accounting involves the analysis of information to effectively manage business resources. It guides investment decisions and facilitates interaction between business and stakeholders. CPA Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and the ...
Actuarial Studies   Actuarial Studies involves financial and insurance risk analysis and the application of risk models to long term financial management in areas such as investment, finance, general insurance, superannuation and life insurance. The Bachelor of Actuarial Stud...
Aerospace Engineering   Aerospace Engineering is concerned with the design, development, construction, testing and manufacture of aircraft and aerospace vehicles, with the maintenance and operation of aircraft, and with research in related areas. Courses include design, structura...
Anatomy   Anatomy is the study of the structure of the human body. The study of anatomy can be divided into several separate but strongly related areas: Gross Anatomy deals with the description of form, arrangement and function of the bones, joints, muscles and in...
Archaeology   Archaeology is a gateway to the past. Archaeology uses the results of empirical research to study the material culture from the evolution of human beings through contemporary post-industrial industrial societies. The minor employs and integrates allied dis...
Architecture   From modest and intimate rooms for domestic living to buildings, places and spaces accommodating complex needs and those that are extraordinary and culturally iconic lies the disciplined creativity of architecture. As the professional who considers the des...
Art History and Theory   The School of Art History and Theory at offers programs in Art Theory and courses in Art and Design History. Art Theory is the study of ways of thinking about art and design ? their histories, practices, reception and philosophies. Art Theory contextualis...
Arts and Social Sciences   The specialisation in Arts and Social Sciences (A&SS) allows you to develop a 24 unit of credit sequence of study to meet your individual professional, disciplinary or interdisciplinary development. You must put forward a case for doing a UNSW Arts and Soc...
Asian Studies   Asian Studies focuses on modern Asian societies and cultures, and their historical traditions. Asian Studies will give you a broad understanding of Asia, with the opportunity to specialise in a country of interest. What you will study The UNSW Asian Studi...
Australian Studies   Australian Studies examines Australian culture and society from a variety of perspectives and disciplines including English, History, Politics, Sociology, Social Policy, Indigenous Studies, Environmental Studies, Film Studies, Music and Art History. You wi...
Aviation   The discipline of Aviation provides the opportunity for students to prepare for a career in the aviation industry in the flying or managerial sectors. Undergraduate students can elect to enrol in the Flying or Management stream. The Flying stream includes ...
   

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