We begin by introducing approaches to health and health systems in the Pacific, then move through weekly country-specific case studies. In examining these topics, students will be exposed to a variety of perspectives from both academic and donor discourses. Our cross-disciplinary postgraduate programs will expose you to diverse perspectives on current and emerging environmental issues, and innovative approaches to sustainable professional practice.
Our frames of reference for examining the links between gender, violence, and development include the state, the family, the village, and the urban neighbourhood in Melanesia and the Pacific. It requires the completion of 24 units, which must consist of one unit course and two 6 unit courses from the following: Our Master degrees are designed to equip you with specialised knowledge and practical skills in environmental science, management and policy.
The Tjabal Indigenous Higher Education Centre at ANU provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders with advice on planning and financing your studies, as well as a place to meet for study, social and cultural purposes.
Master of Climate Change Do you want to tackle one of the most important and complex environmental problems encountered by humankind?
CAEPR offers six courses that can Anu graduate coursework taken as part of these programs, the five listed above for the Graduate Certificate plus: This graduate degree requires completion of courses to the value of 96 units. Students can undertake a coursework program towards a Masters degree or a Graduate Certificate, can incorporate Indigenous policy courses into a Graduate Studies Select program, or can undertake an MPhil or PhD program by research.
Gain in-depth knowledge in one or more of the biological, earth or ecological environmental sciences. So when you submit your application, remember to list your programs in the order in which you would like to receive an offer. Graduate students whose professional work may require them to engage with Indigenous people are strongly urged to take the opportunity of taking at least one course offered by CAEPR.
Applications usually take between 4 - 6 weeks to assess. Attention is divided equally between a narrative history of the events of conflict, and a multi-thematic consideration of the consequences and implications of World War II in the Islands. In addition, students have the option of conducting an applied research project or an internship at CAEPR.
Students can choose to focus their studies on either forest science and methods or the policy, planning and management aspects of forestry. The course offers a fresh approach to a watershed in regional history, and should appeal to students in History, Peace and Conflict Studies, Pacific Studies, Asian Studies, Development Studies and International Relations.
All offers are issued to your email address so it is important that you provide an email address in your application that you check regularly and you can easily access. Postgraduate environment students can tailor their program to focus on biodiversity conservation, climate science and policy, disaster studies, environmental policy, environmental studies and human ecology, forestry, geography, natural resource management, sustainability science or water science and management.
You can still apply before you complete your Bachelor degree if you are in your final year, and you must advise our office in your application. Applicants with a Bachelor Degree or Graduate Certificate in a cognate discipline may be eligible for 24 units 1 Semester or credit.
The course is meant for postgraduate students as well as practitioners interested in gender, development and violence in the region and beyond. It is particularly concerned with how global norms and ideas such as democracy, human rights, gender equity, sovereignty, statism and neo-liberal economics interact with the values and organisation of local societies.
The application of these approaches will be demonstrated via the examination of case studies from Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Fiji. It is suitable for people from a range of backgrounds whose employment involves them in working with Indigenous people.
Subject to meeting course entry requirements, students are able to select courses from across the graduate course offerings available.
The practical implications of these approaches will be demonstrated via the examination of case studies from Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Fiji.
To be admitted students must have a Batchelor Degree or international equivalent with an average mark of at least 65 per cent. This degree allows you to tailor your program based on your career goals and interests.
Advanced program In the ANU Master of Environment Advanced you will develop research expertise through completing a substantial research project and dissertation, which constitutes appropriate research training for a PhD.
CAEPR aims to undertake social science research on Indigenous policy and development that is excellent by the best international and disciplinary standards and that informs intellectual understanding, public debate, policy formation and community action.
This course examines health challenges as well as policy responses at the local, national, regional and global level. You will need to provide a clear, colour copy of your most recent academic transcript for assessment.Physics Education at the ANU.
Graduate coursework degrees. Our school offers coursework based graduate degrees in two areas. The College will be hosting an induction session for all new students commencing a postgraduate coursework degree in The Induction for will be held on the 16/02/ from am at the Peter Karmel Building, Building4 Childers St, ANU.
The Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics offers a number of graduate coursework study options which cover a wide spectrum of study areas within actuarial studies, finance and statistics.
The Research School of Management has a suite of graduate coursework programs to meet the continuing education needs of any professional. Generalist and specialised programs are available for early career, mid career, and senior managers. In the ANU Master of Environment (Advanced) you will develop research expertise through completing a substantial research project and dissertation, which constitutes appropriate research training for a PhD.
A graduate degree is designed to deepen your knowledge, expand your skills, and equip you for a successful career in your field. ANU graduate coursework programs include Master Degrees, along with a range of graduate Certificates and graduate Diplomas.Download