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The University of South Australia offers modern and flexible approaches to education in the 21st century, including distance education. The university’s courses are developed in consultation with industry to produce customised degrees that reflect the changing needs of the workplace. UniSA offers a wide range of courses in project management, property services, accounting, rural science, and much more. UniSA is a provider of distance education courses for Open Universities Australia.

Archaeology and Aboriginal Studies Course unit

Archaeology and Aboriginal Studies is an online unit from the University of South Australia that explores key debates and themes in Australian history.


The unit grants students a greater understanding of the field of archaeology in relation to Aboriginal studies.


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Being and Belonging: Culture and Identity Course unit

This online unit in Being and Belonging: Culture and Identity from University of South Australia gives students an in-depth understanding of how culture changes through time.


Provided by the University of South Australia, the unit also looks at how culture is affected by media and technology, and is a good introduction to the field of indigenous studies.


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Caring for Country Course unit

This online unit in Caring for Country, from the University of South Australia, will develop your understanding of the complex relationship between natural resources and national identity.


Explore concepts including Indigenous land rights, heritage and protection, as well as contemporary practices of ecotourism and cultural tourism, and the ways in which these impact Australian land management policies.


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Contemporary Aboriginal Issues Course unit

Contemporary Aboriginal Issues is an online social issues unit delivered by the University of South Australia.


You will learn about a broad range of issues affecting Indigenous and Torres Straight Islander people, including racism, land rights, reconciliation and power.


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Indigenous Philosophy: Contesting Knowledge in Social Science Course unit

Indigenous Philosophy: Contesting Knowledge in Social Science is an online unit which introduces theories, philosophies and the history of Indigenous knowledge systems.


It is provided by the University of South Australia, and explores the relationship between Indigenous and alternative theories of knowledge.


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Rights and Racism Course unit

This online Rights and Racism unit from University of South Australia examines discourse on race, intersections between rights, racism, nationalism and gender, as well as Aboriginal affairs.


The unit focuses on the theories and concepts of rights and racism, including the politics and policies of debates surrounding Indigenous rights and the history of racism in colonial and contemporary Australia.


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