The university is keen for students to experience the employment potential of humanities and social science degrees
The HASS faculty has a new subject for second semester, practical employability experience.
The course involves 80-120 hours of work-experience, placements, internships or work- related projects, to give participants “the opportunity to apply their discipline-based educational experiences to a practical setting.
“The course provides students with the opportunity to enhance their understanding of their potential to contribute to professional working environments, developed through the explicit, real world application of their program.”
Can’t fault HASS for faith in what their courses can accomplish.