Analyse what is happening in the world right now, how we got here and where we are going.
Analyse worldwide issues such as globalisation and social and political change. As a graduate in Humanities & Social Sciences, you'll find meaningful employment in museums, land councils, research, training, communications and diplomacy.
No other degree compares to the Bachelor of Arts for developing your intellectual flexibility, critical thinking, and communications competence.
Areas of study include Communications, History, Literary Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology and Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Indigenous Cultural Studies.
The study of Indigenous knowledge systems and cultures will provide you with the ability to operate within the guidelines of Indigenous protocols both nationally and globally. You will be taking part in the preservation and advancement of Indigenous knowledge systems.
In our increasingly multicultural society, learning a second language is more valuable than ever.
Choose from globally and regionally significant languages such as Chinese, Indonesian or Modern Greek or learn a language closer to home by studying Indigenous languages.