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  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-ART-DEG | Undergraduate

    An arts degree that no one else has

    Make your degree unique and study what interests you: philosophy, English, society and culture, ancient or modern history, politics or sociology. Analyse critically, think creatively and solve problems for a career in professional or civic life.

    Available majors

    • English
    • Ancient History
    • Modern History
    • Philosophy
    • Politics
    • Sociology
    • Creative Writing
    • Indigenous Studies
    • International Relations
    • Applied Ethics
  • 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
  • University of South Australia

    Choose a career with a human touch

    Explore the ways people act, think, react and relate to others. Examine cause and affects in behaviour and reveal human health consequences. Examine social policy and counsel communities. Choose to specialise in criminal justice or ageing and disability.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    Work towards a career in intelligence and protection

    Explore global contemporary security threats including cybercrime, violent extremism, and radicalisation. By understanding the issues and developing skills to respond, you’ll be ready for roles in policy, immigration, and national security.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    Get involved in justice and respond to criminal behaviour

    Explore the social causes and consequences of crime. You’ll cover topics including policing, corrections, and cybercrime. Take your skills into the world, working behind the scenes in policy, or on the ground with at-risk youth and offenders.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    Build amazing people skills to understand those around you

    Investigate issues in contemporary Australian society, zooming in on the behaviour and social interaction of individuals and groups. By understanding personality and predicting behaviour, you’ll be prepped for careers in support services and more.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    Prepare for a career in foreign affairs and international politics

    Develop global diplomacy skills including conflict resolution and critical thinking, and explore the powers of the United Nations. Through the lens of Australian politics and foreign policy, you’ll study topics including terrorism and human rights.

  • 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
  • Curtin University

    Learn about society through literature, film, and social media

    Discover how cultures develop and are reflected in popular texts. Diving into the complexity of culture, you’ll develop critical thinking skills for problem solving and innovation. Through the lens of cultural texts, explore gender, power, and place. 

  • Curtin University

    Discover how cultures are reflected in popular texts

    Work towards your degree with this head start in humanities. You’ll explore how cultures write about themselves in the past and present, through fiction and nonfiction texts. Topics include gender, power, feminism, and queer theory.