The HSIE (Human Society and its Environment) Faculty at Mount Annan Christian College offer subjects which introduce students to their environment, encompassing both the Biophysical or Natural environment and the Built or Human environment.
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Courses offered within the Faculty have wide application throughout life. Skills attained in our subjects allow students to equip themselves as independent and worthwhile members of the workforce and society. Successful students within HSIE enter fields such as Accountancy, the Law, Environmental Studies, Town Planning, Engineering, Management and Business.
The Faculty strives towards academic excellence and encourages students to achieve their ‘personal best'. This reflects the HSIE focus of success through diligence and motivation. This attitude is fostered right through to the HSC in Year 12.
Students have the opportunity to achieve their goals through excursions, participation in state and national competitions and the help of dedicated, experienced and professional staff. Mount Annan Christian College has the following HSIE courses available.
Mandatory courses for Years 7-10 - History and Geography.
Elective Course for Years 9 and 10 - Commerce.
Preliminary and HSC Courses
HSIE is the study of people, cultures, societies and environments. Studies in this area encompass people and environments (human and natural) over time. This Faculty area has the potential to lead students to grow in an appreciation of the beauty, unity and symbolism of God's creation, and grow in awareness of their responsibilities to care for and sustain
Human Society and Its Environment invites students into an awareness of the concern for the welfare, rights and dignity of all people. It encourages students to develop an awareness and appreciation to human differences.
Electives Subjects available in HSIE Faculty