Graduate Certificate of Engaging the Pacific

Summary

CRICOS course code: 103365C
Level of study: Postgraduate

The graduate certificate of Engaging the Pacific offers students an opportunity to explore the island regions’ diverse histories, cultures, arts, languages, politics, migration and environmental issues. The program utilises critical approaches from interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives that are inclusive and supportive of indigenous Pacific voices, knowledges and methods. Students hoping to work in the region, or in a wide variety of agencies and organisations engaged with Pacific policy, teaching, collections and communities in the islands and diaspora, will receive a strong grounding in thinking with and for Oceania.
Learning Outcomes

Demonstrate a broad knowledge of the cultures, languages, societies, arts, politics, environments, and histories of the Pacific.
Build intercultural leadership skills through multidimensional and self-reflective inquiry.
Reflect critically on how Australia might effectively engage with the Pacific islands and diaspora, drawing on a range of contexts and perspectives.
Demonstrate familiarity with research principles and research-based writing.

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