The Division of Humanities covers a broad range of subject areas and professional programmes, from Anthropology and Classics, to Media Studies and Pacific Islands Studies, to Social Work, Teaching and Law. You have a lot of great subjects and programmes to choose from!
Choose from a number of undergraduate qualifications in Arts, Music, Social Work, Education and Teaching, Law, and Theology.
- Bachelor of Arts and Science (an exciting new degree that enables students to major in both the Arts and Sciences)
- Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Music degrees (this includes the Bachelor of Performing Arts and the Bachelor of Social Work)
- Education & Teaching qualifications
- Bachelor of Laws degree
- Bachelor of Theology degree
Humanities subjects available
Here are the subjects available for all Humanities qualifications. Please note that students studying towards Commerce or Science qualifications can usually add a few Humanities papers to their degrees.
Information on Humanities subjects
Interested in the Humanities Internship Practicum papers - HUMS301/HUMS401?
These papers give you the opportunity to gain valuable workplace skills while making useful connections with employers.
Course advice and planning
If you need help to plan and structure your degree, our Advisers of Study in the Humanities Divisional Office can help. For more specific subject advice, our Academic Subject Advisers are there to help.
The Division of Humanities recognises and values the benefits of student exchange opportunities for Humanities students.
About the Bachelor of Arts
A Bachelor of Arts will help you gain a range of very useful enduring skills such as proficiency in verbal and written communication, and analytical and problem solving skills. It will also give you the widest possible scope to enter almost any occupation.
Download a copy of the Bachelor of Arts prospectus. (PDF, 1.5MB)