Graduate Diploma of Indigenous Policy Development

Summary

CRICOS course code: 093307M
Level of study: Postgraduate

Our Graduate Diploma of Indigenous Policy Development will build on your professional knowledge and experiences by providing you with a critical understanding of important aspects of Indigenous economic and policy development in modern Australia.
You will examine key issues of Indigenous policy development and implementation, economic development and participation, traditional and modern governance structures, and intellectual and cultural property rights in current social and political contexts.
This unique course is an essential foundation for respectful and accountable engagement with Indigenous people and the current social and political issues they face in Australia and internationally.
This is an important course, if you want to develop your knowledge and understanding of:

the workings of government and policy
the structures and functions of governance in relation to Indigenous people
the practice of cultural engagement with and between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people
the culture and language of Yolngu people.

What will I study?
Your graduate diploma studies will require the completion of 80 credit points of study including four core units and up to four units offered at a 500 level in the offerings in the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society.

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