The Master of Arts (Specialisation) enables graduates to undertake advanced postgraduate coursework study in a Humanities, Social Sciences or Law specialisation. The course has been designed so that students can build on knowledge they have gained through their undergraduate study or gain advanced knowledge and research expertise in a new area of study. Graduates will have specialised knowledge and skills for research, and/or professional practice and/or further learning.
This on-campus, 1. 5 years full-time (or, up to 4 consecutive years part-time) course is available at Hobart and/or Launceston (not all specialisations are available on both campuses). Some units will be available by off-campus study.
Specialisations available are as follows:
This course is only offered as Domestic Full Fee Paying in 2019, not as Commonwealth Supported.
Course rules and specifications are applicable to a students commencing year.
Normal admission requirement are (students admitted into the Masters level):
Exemptions regarding entry requirements may be made at the discretion of the Head of the relevant School in consultation with the Program Director.