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Information relevant to 2003 – Unit Details

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Japanese 4 (Honours)

Full time/Part time

Enrolment code: HMJ400/401

Offered: Hobart: (full-year) ie semesters 1 & 2

Special note: full-time students enrol in HMJ400 (100%), part-time students in HMJ401 (50%); individual units have notional weight, but for HECS purposes must be weighted at 0%

Unit description:

On-campus students enrol in the compulsory unit HMA414 Theories of Social and Cultural Expression in Asian Contexts, plus HMJ411 Twentieth Century Japanese Literature or HMJ412 Japanese Applied Linguistics, and HMJ415 Thesis.

Intending students should consult the head of the Japanese section in December concerning preliminary reading and the structure of the course.

Unit weight 100%/50% To see normal University Admission requirements
Prerequisites one Distinction (DN) and two Credits (CR) in HMJ306 –308. Further passes in HMJ330 –335 are recommended  
Required texts etc materials provided by the School Library Catalogue
Co-Op Bookshop
Discipline (School) Japanese  
Courses Bachelor of Arts with Honours
Graduate Diploma in Languages
 
Faculty website Faculty of Arts  
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