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Introduction to Legal Systems and Methods
Law and First Peoples of Australia
Advanced Research, Writing and Advocacy
Lifespan Developmental Psychology
Australia and the World: An International History
Contemporary Challenges to Global Security
Psychology and Society: Effective Parenting
Magic and the Supernatural in History and Culture
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Legal Practice in Rural and Regional Communities
Animal Function, Health and Welfare
It's Your World: How Do We Fix It
Computer Architecture and Assembler
The Australian Criminal Justice System
Primary Science and Technology Curriculum Studies
Humanities and Social Sciences in the Primary School 2
War and Australian Society in the 20th Century