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  • Graduate Certificate in Global Wine StudiesGC-GWINEST

    Graduate courseYear:2019

    The Graduate Certificate in Global Wine Studies introduces you to the Australian wine industry and its role in culture and commerce of the global world wine industry. You will examine the role of the Australian Wine Industry within the context of the global wine trade discussing the size and loca...

  • Professional Certificate in Global Wine StudiesPR-GWINEST

    Graduate courseYear:2019

    The Professional Certificate in Global Wine Studies is a professional progression from the University of Melbourne's undergraduate breadth sequence in wine incorporating the subjects, "Australia in the Wine World" ,"Vine to Wine" and "Wines of the World". The Professional Certificate in Global W...

  • SemanticsLING30007

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    This subject is an introduction to the study of meaning, looking at the main linguistic approaches to the study of meaning, techniques of semantic analysis and argumentation, and problems of accounting for some selected areas of linguistic meaning. Topics include classical approaches to meaning, ...

  • Bachelor of Agriculture315PD

    Undergraduate courseYear:2019Discontinued - no further admissions

    There will be no intake into this course code from 2016 onwards. Students wishing to study the Bachelor of Agriculture should search the handbook and apply for Course Code B-AGR Bachelor of Agriculture. The teach-out plan for 315PD can be found at: http://students.fvas.unimelb.edu.au/fvas-program...

  • Extractive Legacies in Latin AmericaANTH30022

    Offered:JulyYear:2019Quotas apply

    Since the turn of the last century, Latin America in general and the Andean region in particular have witnessed a pronounced escalation of investment in extractive industries. Driven in large part by historically high commodity prices and rising Chinese demand, national governments have sought to...

  • Climate Change: Why People DisagreePPMN20002

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    Science says it’s real. Why is it that some people disagree? This subject explores why some people dispute climate change, despite high levels of scientific agreement about the physical processes leading to global warming. It will take seriously the widest possible range of perspectives on clima...

  • Meaning, Possibility and ParadoxPHIL20030

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    Meaning is central to many issues in philosophy. The idea that the meaning of complex representation depends on the meanings of its parts is fundamental to the way we understand the mind, language, and logic. In this subject, we look at the different ways that this idea has been understood and ap...

  • The Power and Limits of LogicPHIL30043

    Offered:Semester 1Year:2019

    This subject deals with the power and limits of logic. We will cover some of the great conceptual advances in logic in the 20th Century, which have revolutionised our understanding of logic and language, of models and meaning, and of concepts and computation. We will examine the conceptual founda...

  • Environmental Change & the Human JourneyGEOG20015

    Offered:Semester 2Year:2019

    The modern world is facing unprecedented anthropogenic environmental change.  Understanding the dynamic interplay between humans and our environment is of paramount importance if we are to successfully navigate this period of major environmental upheaval. Climate and environmental change have pla...

  • Integrated Geography

    MajorYear:2019

    The Graduate Diploma allows students who have completed an undergraduate degree to re-focus or expand their body of knowledge by completing the requirement of one of the undergraduate majors (or equivalent) in the Bachelor of Science not already completed. The Graduate Diploma provides a pathway ...

  • Physical Geography

    MajorYear:2019

    The Graduate Diploma allows students who have completed an undergraduate degree to re-focus or expand their body of knowledge by completing the requirement of one of the undergraduate majors (or equivalent) in the Bachelor of Science not already completed. The Graduate Diploma provides a pathway ...

  • Physical Geography

    Informal specialisationYear:2019

    The Graduate Diploma allows students who have completed an undergraduate degree to re-focus or expand their body of knowledge by completing the requirement of one of the undergraduate majors (or equivalent) in the Bachelor of Science not already completed. The Graduate Diploma provides a pathway ...

  • Sustainable Production

    MajorYear:2019

    The Sustainable Production major within the Bachelor of Agriculture is available only for students who commenced in the course from 2013 - 2015. From 2016 the Sustainable Production major will no longer exist. Students wishing to study the Bachelor of Agriculture should search the handbook and a...

  • Feeding the World's Population

    Breadth trackYear:2019

    Food is essential to human life on Earth, and is inextricably bound up in our biology, culture and beliefs. Learn about the current and future challenges of global food production, supply, and consumption and discover how food production in Australia is changing to meet the environment and societ...

  • Ecology, Evolution and Humanity

    Breadth trackYear:2019

    This sequence explores the unique place of humans in the earth's evolutionary history, and the diverse ways in which evolutionary process continue to affect contemporary human society.

  • Climate Change

    Breadth trackYear:2019

    This breadth track explores issues related to climate change from a multidisciplinary perspective.

  • Climate and Water

    Breadth trackYear:2019

    Climate and Water integrates the major challenges being faced both nationally and internationally integrating knowledge across disciplines to provide strategies for developing appropriate responses to these challenges.

  • Wine and Food

    Breadth trackYear:2019

    Explores the interaction between food and wine including the practice of drinking wine and matching food, and also raises some of the conflicting issues on the associated social, economic and health impacts on society.

  • Forests and Fire

    Breadth trackYear:2019

    Forests and fire introduces students to forests from social, historical, environmental and economic perspectives and provides an understanding of the effects of fuel, weather and climate on the nature and periodicity of bushfires, as well as the social and economic impact of bushfires.

  • Genetics and Society

    Breadth trackYear:2019

    Offering a sufficient background to appreciate the relevance of genetics to current societal issues.