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Online Event: Humanities & Social Sciences Open Night

Do you want to pursue a career in humanities & social sciences?

Are you thinking of pursuing a career in humanities and social sciences at Murdoch University? Our online event is perfect for you!

Due to the current situation around the COVID-19 outbreak we have changed the way that we hold our Humanities and Social Sciences Open Night. Join our online open night and find out everything you need to know about studying undergraduate humanities and social sciences from some of our leading academics and current students.

You’ll have the opportunity to explore the wide range of courses we offer and ask our staff and students any questions you might have about studying humanities and social sciences and where it can take you.

Register now to be reminded when the event is and receive a take home pack to help you on your way to studying humanities and social sciences.

Agenda

5.00pm: Open night and Q&A live stream

Undergraduate courses you will hear about:

  • Community Development
  • Global Politics and Policy
  • History
  • International Aid and Development
  • Japanese
  • Philosophy
  • Sociology
  • Sustainable Development
  • Terrorism and Counterterrorism
  • Tourism and Events

These courses are broad enough to take you into nearly any industry. Just look at our range of minors that can be studied as part of a Humanities and Social Sciences degree: Anthropology, Asian Studies, Australian Indigenous Studies, Community Development, Creative Writing, Critical & Human Security, Events, Gender Studies, Global Politics, Indonesian, International Aid & Development, Japanese, Modern History, Nature Based Tourism, Philosophy, Public Policy, Terrorism & Counterterrorism, Social Justice in Contemporary Culture, Sociology, (Sustainability, Ecosystems & Community Development) , Sustainable Development, Theatre and Tourism.

For more information about this event, or future events at Murdoch, go to murdoch.edu.au/events.

About the speaker

Dr Ian Wilson

Ian is a Senior Lecturer in Politics and Terrorism and Count-terrorism Studies and Academic Chair of the Global Security program. He is also a Research Fellow at the Asia Research Centre.

About the speaker

Dr Rochelle Spencer

Rochelle is a Senior Lecturer at Murdoch who is interested in the relationship between anthropology and development, particularly how development practices shape and influence social and cultural behaviours.

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Date & time

Wednesday, 06 May 2020 at 5:00PM until Wednesday, 13 May 2020 5:30PM (AWST)
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For any queries about this event, please contact us on engage@murdoch.edu.au
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