Course summary

The Bachelor of Indigenous Knowledge is specifically designed to communicate and generate a better understanding of Indigenous world views by exploring past and present histories in a culturally diverse and supportive environment.

The degree increases awareness of Aboriginal and other Indigenous peoples' histories, ways of living and social commitments while raising understanding between all people of matters relevant to a shared and valued future. The course offers majors to prepare graduates for diverse professional pathways where a sound basis of Indigenous knowledge is required. Students begin studying these majors from their second year. 

Scholarship and contemporary academic development and standards in Indigenous and non-Indigenous contexts are a core component in preparing graduates for employment pathways.

An indigenous knowledge student stands in field of grass
DurationLocationSession

3F/6P

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DurationLocationSession

3F/6P

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From the 1st of June, 2017, the term 'Distance Education' has been replaced with 'Online'