Culturally and socially aware
Graduates of RMIT University will have developed cultural, social and ethical awareness and skills, consistent with a positive role as responsible and engaged members of local, national, international and professional communities.
Examples of how this graduate attribute can be evidenced include:
- Show understanding of the social and cultural heritage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia through active engagement with individuals and communities.
- Recognise and respect the role of cultural difference and diversity in work and social contexts.
- Practise non-discriminatory attitudes in relation to all kinds of difference and diversity, not simply culturally but also those based on gender, religion, sexual orientation, identity and ability.
- Acknowledge and critically reflect upon personal attitudes, decisions and conduct.
- Articulate and apply personal ethical actions in professional and vocational situations.
- Assess and evaluate issues of social justice as they apply in particular discipline, vocational and professional contexts.
- Analyse and examine issues of social justice and equality with respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and individuals.
- Appraise and critique the potentially powerful social and economic effects of enterprise and business activities on particular groups and individuals.