This subject provides students with the opportunity to undertake a small-scale, supervised research project in a discipline within the arts and social sciences. Each student will investigate a topic area of their choice, applying an appropriate methodology. They will complete the project by submitting a report, dissertation, or creative work with exegesis of approximately 10,000-12,000 words or equivalent that will discuss the outcomes, implications and limitations of their project.
Faculty of Arts and Education
This subject is only available to students studying courses at AQF levels 8-9 and who have a postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline with an HDA of 5.0 or equivalent.
Students in this subject carry out a previously proposed project. The proposal is typically developed in the subject ASH501. It is expected that students would also have a grounding in the application of appropriate research methods and in relevant disciplinary knowledge. Where applicable, they would need to have been granted formal approval to conduct their proposed project by Charles Sturt University's Human Research Ethics Committee.
The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: May 2021. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.