The cultural and environmental heritage specialisation in the liberal arts degrees offers a range of topics that provide a background to heritage theory and practice, as well as specialist topics that draw upon the expertise of ANU staff and international leaders in different areas of heritage. You will develop your global outlook on heritage practice and our degrees reflect contemporary demands for a more comprehensive approach to heritage concepts. Individualised internship programs, strong industry connections and expertise in practice led research combine to provide you with a strong sense of intellectual context, as well as professional training to enhance your career.
• Best practice in managing heritage places • Connections to country: Understanding Indigenous heritage in Australia • Cultural and environmental heritage: Key concepts and practices • Cultural and environmental heritage research project • Cultural landscapes • Internship programs • Managing small museums and heritage places • Material culture studies • Physical conservation of historic heritage places • Research topics • Rock art field school • World heritage • World rock art
Applicants should have a four year Bachelors degree either as Honours or a combined degree in a cognate area from an Australian tertiary institution or its international equivalent. Equivalence may be met by the completion of the Graduate Certificate in Liberal Arts (Cultural & Environmental Heritage).
Recipient: Australian National University
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