At NYU Sydney, students will be able to pursue a range of studies, including explorations of Aboriginal art and culture of the longest continuous civilization on the planet; environmental issues affecting the city and neighbouring regions; Australian history and society; as well as pitch news stories to local publications, write microfictions on fieldtrips around the city, and much more.
What is Australian Environmental History, and how does narrative shape our understanding of Australian Environmental History? This course discusses these questions, as well as others that advance our understanding of the role of environment in Australian history.
This course aims to understand the key aspects of the anatomy of the human brain, the development of the human brain across the lifespan and how scientists observe, assess and intervene in the development of neurocognitive processes in childhood and adolescence.
In this course students will develop the ability to understand the evolution and current role of epidemiology as an approach to assessing public health problems.
This course will examine some of the key issues and principles of environmental health practice.
This course is a continuation of PHYS-UA 9011. This course is composed of a lecture and laboratory-recitation.
This course brings together work across disciplines, from history, anthropology, geography, political economy, and cultural studies, to piece together the contours of the Pacific Ocean, c. 1500 to c. 1850, as a historical arena of internal linkages as well as one forged by connections with the wider world.
Priority: September 15
Regular: October 15
Applications received after October 15 will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Admission will be granted only when space is available and time allows for required travel documents to be attained.