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Bachelor of Arts La Trobe University

4.33 out of 5 from 3 reviews
Ranked #14 in our University Rankings
Bachelor Honours Degree
3 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

This degree gives you the knowledge and practical experience you need to adapt to a changing job market. Graduates work in diverse industries including media, management, social policy, education, and community development.

As well as lectures and tutorials, your classes will include a combination of seminars, online videos and podcasts providing a balance of group study and independent learning. We limit our seminar classes to 25 people to give you personalised academic guidance.

You can major in the discipline that interests you most from electives across the humanities and social sciences, including archaeology, languages, screen arts, politics, sociology and history. You can also choose a second major or a minor from other disciplines, such as accounting, computer science, economics and psychology.


Aboriginal Studies, Anthropology, Archaeology,
Asian Studies, Chinese, Creative and Professional Writing, Crime, Justice and Legal Studies, Economics, English,...

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Our graduates have gone on to roles as varied as broadcast journalist with ABC, adviser to the Parliamentary Secretary of Australia and multimedia coordinator for...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Arts La Trobe University based on 3 reviews
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Student Reviews

June 2018
Year completed 2010

Positives: Professionalism of Tutors

Negatives: City Location

My advice to future students is: Try to attend class of often as possible

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May 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: Great fun

Negatives: Long time

My advice to future students is: STUDY

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January 2018
Year completed 2016

La Trobe's Philosophy department experienced a significant funding cut during Abbott's government and many staff members lost their jobs. 1 hour classes & lectures- which once took place separately- were now occurring simultaneously within 2 hour seminars. These seminars were highly informative and interactive, and the lectu...

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