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  • Griffith University

    GRF-ART-DEG | Undergraduate

    Innovators, communicators and creators start here!

    Develop the analytical and critical thinking, writing, research and project management skills in demand by a variety of industries. Majors include criminal justice, journalism, sociology, history, screen culture, creative writing and public relations.

    Available majors

    • Art History
    • Creative Writing
    • Criminal Justice
    • History
    • Journalism
    • Literature
    • Media Studies
    • Public Relations
    • Screen Culture
    • Sociology
  • La Trobe University

    LAT-ART-DEG | Undergraduate

    Pursue your passion and your profession

    A flexible arts degree offering a large selection of humanities and social sciences majors. Mix it up with minors and electives in business, health, and science. Develop critical thinking, emotional intelligence, creativity, and communication skills.

    Available majors

    • Archaeological and Heritage Studies
    • Creative and Professional Writing
    • Crime, Justice and Legal Studies
    • Digital Media
    • English
    • History
    • Human Geography
    • Linguistics
    • Philosophy
    • Politics
    • Psychological Science
    • Sociology
    • Visual Cultures
  • University of New England

    UNE-ART-DIP | Undergraduate

    The first step in your journey through humanities, arts and social sciences

    Explore humanity through the lens of culture, history, and society. This introduction to university studies includes academic research and writing, and your choice of subjects exploring human culture and achievement.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-FAM-DIP | Undergraduate

    Discover the secrets of your family’s past

    What does your family history entail? In today’s age, it’s possible to find out a lot about our ancestors. You just need to know where to look, and what to do with information. Build skills in finding, interpreting, storing and sharing information.