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Digital Cultures

Honours

The fourth year honours program in Digital Cultures consists of two Honours seminar units and a thesis of 18,000-20,000 words on an approved topic, with a research proposal submitted to the Honours Coordinator by December of the year prior to enrolment.

Additional assessments will focus on research design, methodology and critical readings undertaken in first semester. Mid-year enrolment is not available. Part-time enrolment is available with permission from the Honours coordinator.

Graduate opportunities

Honours in Digital Cultures focuses on establishing your individual research practice, further equipping you for employment or entry into postgraduate study including the Master of Digital Communication and Culture, Master of Arts, Master of Philosophy or Doctor of Philosophy programs. 

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