Arts courses

4.5 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Arts is the most diverse, most flexible, and most popular degree at The Australian National University. Each of its some fifty majors, in fields throughout the arts, humanities and social sciences, is taught by truly outstanding scholars to ensure that each student receives the very best education, is engaged with cutting-edge research, and learns to think like a researcher. These majors can be coupled with more than seventy minors and specialisations to broaden or deepen your study. Regardless of your choices, your Arts degree will provide you with core skills in critical analysis and in written and oral communication, while developing your adaptability and ability to help shape change and prepare you for a multifaceted career or further study.


Disciplines and Fields
Ancient History
Art History and Theory
Australian Indigenous Studies

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Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts may find work in publishing, policy, education, international development, politics, media, information technology,...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Arts Australian National University - ANU based on 2 reviews
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Student Reviews

July 2018
Year completed 2020

Positives: The student teacher ratio for arts courses are generally quite low compared to business school courses, this enabled me to learn better as the lecturers and tutors have more space and time to address our needs.

Negatives: As ANU is a research university, some courses are statistically intensive and the lecturers...

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February 2018
Year completed 2021

I'm studying a flexible double degree in Archaeological Practice and Arts.

Excellent and knowledgeable lecturers, amazing hands on opportunities both in Canberra and abroad. A really supportive university where it is encouraged to do your best and and to do something you enjoy. Negatives would be that there are not many sc...

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