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Graduate Certificate in Information Services
Area of Specialisation In Archives and Records
Fosters an understanding of records and archives management as inter-related record-keeping activities.
Area of Specialisation structure
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SPECIAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
A recognised three-year undergraduate degree in a discipline other than archives and records is the minimum admission requirement for this course. Graduates from all disciplines are invited to apply. Alternatively, prospective students who can demonstrate prior learning in the field, including at least five years appropriate professional experience, may apply. In the latter case, a curriculum vitae and references confirming professional experience should be appended to application forms. Certified copies of qualifications must be appended to application forms. External students are not required to attend on-campus for any part of the program.
AREA OF SPECIALISATION STRUCTURE
Part-time students should enrol in IST4121 in their first semester of study. The area of specialisation will foster an understanding of records and archives management as inter-related record-keeping activities, building in a logical manner upon knowledge already acquired in previous units.
|IST4121||The Records Environment||15|
|IST4118||Information Retrieval and Document Management||15|
|IST4163||Evidence, Memory and Recordkeeping||15|
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