Course summary

Southern Cross University is renowned for its commitment to Indigenous education. This degree is an important part of that dedication towards better environmental, social and economic outcomes.

If you are interested in how learning and knowledge is shared in the world’s oldest living cultures, the Bachelor of Indigenous Knowledge will build a strong theoretical and practical capability in areas such as cultural protocols and Indigenous ways of knowing and learning.

Conducted in our culturally diverse and supportive campus environment, this degree explores Indigenous histories, knowledge systems, health and wellbeing, and ways of living. You can tailor your studies by choosing a major in either community and land management or in Aboriginal health care.

Graduates can consider diverse career opportunities including government, commercial or social enterprise, land management, Indigenous tourism, and Aboriginal, family or environmental health.

Eligible graduates can also apply for further study through Honours and other postgraduate programs.



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