UNCC100 - Self and Community: Exploring the Anatomy of Modern Society
Teaching Organisation This unit involves 90 hours of focused learning. A range of learning and teaching strategies appropriate to the campus and mode of delivery and its interdisciplinary and team teaching methodology will be utilised. The unit will be offered in face to face, intensive and fully online modes, as well as offshore intensives.
"I am what I am, because of who we are"
This concept is consistent with the principles of Catholic social thought. Understanding these principles helps us to determine how issues relating to the dignity of the human person and the realization of the common good may be addressed in our personal and professional lives now and in the future. This knowledge and understanding is a foundation for the development of the skills needed to be able to propose ways to address challenges where shared responsibility for the common good is not being realized. Given the pervasiveness of such problems in our community, addressing this need is important to our success as a community in realizing a more just world - and your role as an individual who can, and must, be part of that.
Therefore, this unit will aim to equip you with knowledge and understanding of the ideas of "self" and "community" as interrelated concepts, and develop basic skills to enable you to contribute to a more just society.