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Unit name Local Lives for a Sustainable Planet
Unit code KGA107
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Geography, Planning and Spatial Sciences
Discipline Geography and Spatial Sciences|Office of the University College
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Learning Outcomes

KGA107 is a capstone unit for the Diploma of Sustainable Living.  Students will apply the multi-disciplinary knowledge and skills they have developed in their two specialisations in this final core unit.

ILO 1 Apply the UN Sustainable Development Goals in personal and community contexts.

ILO 2 Use interdisciplinary concepts and principles to inform problem solving and decision making for sustainability.

ILO 3 Undertake actions to resolve global sustainability challenges at the personal and community level.




50% credit points successfully completed in Z1K inclusive of KAA106.


Teaching Pattern

This unit is taught fully online.


AT1: Knowledge Tree 20%

AT2: Case Study 30%

AT3: Practise Manual 50%

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