Case studies are short-focused reports, describing experiences and current practices in addressing common issues, identified during interviews and round table discussions as significant to the Bachelor of Arts. These observations are from the period the original scoping project was in progress from March 2007 to August 2008. As a result, the practices described in these case studies may vary from current practices or institutional policy. These case studies are viewed to be dynamic documents. To submit changes or additional cases for consideration, please send a full copy to email@example.com
Program details include:
Current Program structure (2008)
Major changes in structure
Entry score 2001 - 2008
Articulation into Bachelor of Arts Program
Modes of Delivery
Specific Requirements/ Limitations
Work Integrated Learning within the Bachelor of Arts
Links to External Organisations
Graduate Attributes Shaping the Bachelor of Arts
Fields of Study available to the Bachelor of Arts
Student Numbers enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts
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