Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice

The University of Newcastle

This program is purposely designed to provide work ready, strong culturally secured and social advocate professionals across a diverse professional field of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal graduates, to a broad career market in Aboriginal affairs, Aboriginal agencies, businesses and industries targeting Aboriginal professional staff and/or professionally qualified staff to work effectively with Aboriginal communities/clients. Core studies are in Aboriginal studies, but students can also study in other areas. Career opportunities include the following sectors: business, government, non-government organisations, land councils, policy analyst, management and administration, health, legal services, tertiary education sectors, legal services, public relations, foreign affairs, case managers, community development officers and general administrators, in both Aboriginal and mainstream career opportunities.

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At a glance

Type of Institution: University
Level: Undergraduate
Campus/Location: Callaghan
Institution CRICOS: 00109J


  • Aboriginal studies
  • Ancient history and classical languages
  • Community services and human welfare
  • Creative and performing arts
  • English and writing
  • Film, media and cultural studies
  • French Studies
  • German
  • History
  • Human geography and the environment
  • Human resource management and industrial relations
  • Japanese studies
  • Leisure and tourism management
  • Linguistics
  • Philosophy and religion
  • Politics and international relations
  • Psychology studies
  • Sociology and anthropology

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