From 2023 most subjects will be taught on campus only with flexible options limited to a select number of postgraduate programs and individual subjects.
To learn more, visit COVID-19 course and subject delivery.
Semester 1 - Dual-Delivery
Semester 2 - Dual-Delivery
|Fees||Look up fees|
Arts Discovery is your introduction to the diverse world of research and inquiry that distinguishes a contemporary Arts degree. Through a range of seminars, curated resources and interactive online modules, you will discover how high-impact research is conducted by world leading researchers from the Arts Faculty. Our academics will demonstrate how active, critical, analytical modes of inquiry can be used to decode the world around us and build stronger communities, more ethical and inclusive industries and enrich a global society. Arts academics will demonstrate the influence of their research across a range of social, political, cultural and historical contexts. A weekly program of seminars and workshops will give you the academic skills and research methodologies to conduct your own investigations and new modes of knowledge production. Considering the theme of New Futures, you will explore key questions relating to what it means to be human now and develop your own critical and creative interventions designed to shape the future.
THIS SUBJECT IS DESIGNED TO BE TAKEN IN YOUR FIRST SEMESTER OF ENROLMENT IN THE BACHELOR OF ARTS. YOU MUST ENROL IN THE SEMESTER YOU COMMENCE THIS COURSE.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Recognise a range of active, critical, analytical modes of inquiry that define the Humanities and Social Sciences;
- Demonstrate a foundation in modes of investigation including directed research, critical analysis, interrogation, reflection and creative practice;
- Apply critical and analytical skills to the identification and resolution of current issues;
- Approach their work with intellectual honesty and respect for ethical values;
- Communicate effectively using a range of strategies and at levels appropriate to tertiary study;
- Demonstrate a clear understanding of productive approaches to groupwork
- Understanding diverse modes of inquiry;
- Presenting ideas in verbal, written and visual modes;
- Participating in discussion and group activities;
- Being sensitive to the participation of others;
- Reflecting on learning;
- Autonomous motivation and;
- Forming a strong connection to the Humanities, Social Sciences and Languages.
Last updated: 29 July 2022