History Coursework Programs
'Coursework' is used to describe programs in which work completed is selected from a list of offered units. Students enrolled in these coursework programs normally have set classes and an outline for each unit.
The Department offers the postgraduate coursework program, the Master of Applied History, with three streams of strength: Public History; Oral History and Historical Memory studies; and Holocaust and Genocide Studies. These streams are designed to add to, or build on, knowledge acquired in a bachelors degree. All three streams include a research project, allowing students to specialise in their own area of interest, under supervision.
For full details, please see the Master of Applied History Handbook entry.
How to Apply
For more information please contact the School's Postgraduate Coursework Coordinator or the Coursework Advisor.