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Bachelor of Arts Griffith University

3.75 out of 5 from 4 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

With a variety of exciting majors to choose from and the freedom to combine any two, Griffith University's Bachelor of Arts gives you the power to create your own unique skill set and prepare for the careers of the future.

Whether you are looking for a career in management, leadership, journalism, public relations, policymaking, research and analysis, writing and communications or research, this degree will help you achieve your goals.

You have the option to develop specialist expertise in contemporary fields like security studies, Islam-West relations or politics and international studies, or pursue a professional path by studying journalism, public relations or creative writing. You can also study more traditional fields including sociology, history or literary studies.

The Griffith Bachelor of Arts is an innovative program that offers a combination of traditional and emerging study areas relevant to an ever-changing global environment.

You will gain the understanding, insight and skills to find and communicate creative solutions to contemporary challenges. You will also develop advanced writing and presentation skills, as well as research and project management skills. Plus, as a graduate, you will be equipped with in-depth knowledge about states, societies and cultures, past and present.

In your final year, you will have the opportunity to complete an internship or work-based project, which will ensure that you graduate with the practical skills employers want.


You can choose any two of the following majors:
Creative Writing
Criminal Justice
Indigenous Studies

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As a graduate of our Bachelor of Arts, you will have flexible, broad-based skills in writing, analysis and synthesis of information, research and policymaking....

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Student Reviews

June 2018
Year completed 2020

I majoring in English Literature

Positives: The positive aspects of the course, are that it teaches students skills that are versatile and transferable to different areas. Students are taught to think critically, and how to communicate in the modern world.

As a student, I feel like the course is designed, with me in mi...

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April 2018
Year completed 2020

Positives: I have the ability to watch lectures online an hour after they were Live. The beginning of the course covers a broad variety of topics and disciplines so there's less pressure to narrow my focus before I know what I want to specialise in. They are always providing experience opportunities for growth.

Negatives: ...

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April 2018
Year completed 2017

I majored in Contemporary and Applied Theatre.

The most positive part of the course would be all the friends you make. You're basically friends with everyone in the course due to the nature of it. Naturally you're going to form a bond with your classmates if you're all crawling around on the floor pretending to be animals ...

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February 2018
Year completed 2020

Course introduction good and assessments explained clearly. Availability of lecturers not good. Expect work to be done to a higher standard than taught at school. High school has not prepared me for Uni.

My advice to future students is: Get assistance early on so you can be on top of your work. Make sure you are on the rig...

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