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On successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Delineate the main geographical factors influencing human activities in the Asia Pacific regions, including Australia and New Zealand, and the main points of comparison and contrast between these regions;
  • Outline the growth and dimensions of transnational involvement in Asia and the Pacific;
  • Explain the factors working towards the growing inter-dependence of states in Asia and the Pacific;
  • Explain and apply various personal and social skills expected in other regional cultures;
  • Outline other cultural traditions and regional current affairs;
  • Apply analytical and problem solving skills by researching and writing assignments and reflective journal;
  • Apply ethical research and inquiry skills by comprehending and applying referencing norms and practices;
  • Demonstrate cultural literacy skills by describing, analysing and applying international perspectives using course-specific analytical frameworks.