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Cross-disciplinary Studies

Students undertake a school-developed program around a chosen learning interest that cannot be studied within the one discipline, or within another SACE Board-accredited subject or recognised course.

The learning interest is a practical or theoretical challenge, topic, or issue that extends throughout the program.

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  • Teachers, Coordinators

    In 2018, several subjects are being submitted online for marking and moderation.

    For a complete list, see Subjects for online submission.

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    Ancient Studies Australian Languages Business and Enterprise Community Studies Cross-disciplinary Studies English English Literary Studies Essential English Health Indonesian (continuers) Media Studies Music Technology Philosophy Religion Studies Research Project Workplace Practices
  • Teachers, Coordinators

    From 2018, Stage 2 pre-approved and school-developed learning and assessment plans (LAPs) are not submitted to the SACE Board for approval.

    Learn more about learning and assessment plans or find subject LAPs through the subject search.

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Subject codes

Stage 1
Credits Code
10 1CXD10
20 1CXD20
Stage 2
Credits Code
10 2CXD10
20 2CXD20

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Contact

Louise Johnson

SACE Officer — Curriculum and Assessment
+61 8 8115 4756
louise.johnson@sa.gov.au