What will I learn?
Study the Bachelor of Arts to equip yourself with a multidisciplinary education in a range of humanities and social sciences disciplines. Benefit from the course's flexible structure and tailor your own education by choosing from a variety of majors and minors.
The Bachelor of Arts provides you with a varied and multidisciplinary education, as well as the opportunity to gain knowledge in a range of humanities and social sciences disciplines.
You will experience a variety of perspectives, methodologies and learning styles and explore disciplines that study the way humans recognize record and debate human practices, meanings and values. This will aid you in developing a contemporary understanding of both the human condition and how society operates.
You will benefit from the course's flexible structure and can tailor your own program by choosing from a variety of majors and minors. These include Creative and Professional Writing, English and Cultural Studies, Geography and Environmental Studies, History, Liberal Arts and Social Enquiry. You may also undertake a professional major in Business, Digital Media, Journalism, Language or Psychology.
You may, upon completion of eight units (48 credit points), exit the course early with a Diploma of Arts.
On completion of the course, you will be ready for a career in a multitude of fields, ranging from communications to nature and heritage conservation.
Business, Creative and Professional Writing, Digital Media, English and Cultural Studies, Geography and Environmental Studies, History, Journalism, Language, Liberal Arts, Psychology, Social Enquiry.
You are required to complete 24 units (144 credit points)
Completion of the Bachelor of Arts will prepare you to pursue employment opportunities in fields such as:
Environmental planning and management
Government administration and planning
Nature and heritage conservation
Which department am I in? Faculty of Education and Arts
Other English Language Requirements accepted: Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) Overall score of 54 with no score less than 46; Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English Overall test score of 169 (with no individual band score of less than 154).
Students must have successful completion of the equivalent of an Australian Year 12.
Other English language requirements: IELTS Academic - 6.0 with no individual band score of less than 5.5; TOEFL Internet-based - Overall score of 75 with no score less than 17; Pearson Test of English Academic - Overall score of 50 with no score less than 42.
Offered by other partners
This university accepts pathways courses from TAFE NSW
Queensland Academy of Technology
5 March 2018, 16 July 2018
Melbourne Campus Level 7, 399 Lonsdale Street, MELBOURNE, Victoria, 3000, MELBOURNE, Australia