Tertiary Access Course offered by the School of Indigenous Australian Studies
Humanities Tertiary Access Course (HUTAC/TAC)
The Humanities Tertiary Access Course (HUTAC/TAC) provides an alternative pathway into undergraduate studies for potential university students. The course is offered twice yearly in Study Periods one and two and aims to equip students with the skills and capabilities to enter mainstream tertiary study. The course is offered through the School of Indigenous Australian Studies.
The program is open to all students who meet the residency/citizenship requirements as per DEEWR Guidelines for Enabling Courses. The minimum age for entry is 18 years (including those turning 18 during their first year of enrolment). Candidates must successfully complete a Literacy and Numeracy test to gain admission to the course.
This course consists of four subjects with a normal completion time of six months full-time or one year part time. JCU offers direct entry into a degree course on successful completion of the course, this is dependent on the student’s academic achievement and the entry requirement rules of the specific degree.
Contacts for further information
Further information may be obtained from the School of Indigenous Studies
Townsville Campus (07) 4781 4676
Cairns Campus (07) 4042 1046
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