Wagga Wagga campus
Normal course duration
Full-time 1 year (2 sessions)
Part-time 2 years (4 sessions)
The Honours program is available to applicants who have been awarded or who are eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from Charles Sturt University; and, in certain circumstances, to applicants who have a comparable degree from this or another institution. Applicants will normally be required to have a major in their proposed Honours disciplinary area, and to have attained grades of credit or better in the second and third -level subjects of the major (or to have what is deemed to be the equivalent from another institution).
Acceptance into the Honours program is subject to the approval of the discipline coordinator and is at the discretion of the Head of School in which the discipline is located.
Applicants for entry to psychology honours must have completed a major in psychology accredited by the Australian Psychological Society and have completed PSY301 Advanced Research Methods in Psychology or its equivalent with a grade of credit or better.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 64 subject points.
Honours is offered in the disciplines of art history, english, history, psychology and sociology. Subjects in the respective disciplines are listed below.
Honours in Art History
ART401 Theories of Criticism
ART402 Reading Subject
Honours in English
LIT411 Literary Criticism
LIT414 Literature Reading Subject
Honours in History
HST411 Theory and Method of History
HST412 Reading Subject
Honours in Psychology*
PSY420 Current Issues in Psychology
PSY424 Psychology Dissertation
PSY421 Clinical Psychology
PSY422 Forensic Psychology
* Psychology Honours subjects are coordinated from Bathurst. Students based in Wagga Wagga enrol in the distance education mode and attend compulsory residential schools in Bathurst. They receive tutorial support in Wagga Wagga and may have their dissertation supervised by staff in Wagga Wagga.
Honours in Sociology
SOC411 Advanced Sociological Theory
SOC412 Advanced Methodology
SOC413 Reading Subject
Dr Reg Naulty
School of Humanities & Social Sciences
Telephone (069) 33 2684
Facsimile (069) 33 2792
Last revised: 3 January 1996