BA in Humanities Studies in Oceania

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Humanities Studies

A BA (Bachelor of Arts) is a postsecondary degree that can be earned at private colleges or public universities. The program combines general classes with classes that prepare individuals for a career in their area of study.

Humanities and social sciences is an area of study which prepares students for a huge variety of industries when it comes time to choose a career. Social workers, artists and teaching careers are popular options for those who complete these courses.

Oceania consists of islands of the southern, western, and central Pacific Ocean, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. The term is sometimes extended to encompass Australia, New Zealand, and the Malay Archipelago.

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Bachelor of Arts (BART)

Charles Darwin University
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years January 2019 Australia Darwin Sydney Melbourne + 3 more

The Bachelor of Arts provides graduates with the ability to understand and study human society. It develops high levels of written and oral communication skills in the humanities and social sciences, including [+]

Bachelor of Arts (BART)

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Casuarina Campus External Studies

The Bachelor of Arts provides graduates with the ability to understand and study human society. It develops high levels of written and oral communication skills in the humanities and social sciences, including history, Greek, Chinese (Mandarin) and Indonesian studies, political science and sociology. It prepares graduates for research training at Honours and postgraduate level. It is available for external and internal modes of study.

The course includes a common year one, providing an excellent foundation for further study in either our core specialists areas of history or political science (must select one or combination of the two).A second specialist pathway of study is available in languages, creative arts and industries, communications, business administration, psychology, economics, marketing, Indigenous knowledge systems or creative writing. Combinations of these specialist areas of study provide graduates with distinctive qualifications that lead to interesting and rewarding careers. The course builds on the university's unique location in northern Australia, adjacent to southeast Asia. Employment opportunities include federal, state and territory government, land councils, museums, non-government agencies and the corporate sector, particularly where these organisations engage with central and northern Australia and Asia... [-]


Bachelor of Arts

Southern Cross University
Online Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years March 2019 Australia Lismore + 2 more

The Bachelor of Arts provides the opportunity to choose the elements of your degree from a huge range of subjects, from Communication to Tourism and Politics to Physical Geography. [+]

Immerse yourself in studying issues and concepts that you really care about and earn a qualification that you can define – rather than a degree that defines you.The Bachelor of Arts provides the opportunity to choose the elements of your degree from a huge range of subjects, from Communication to Tourism and Politics to Physical Geography. You can choose to focus narrowly on a single area that interests you, or choose a broad education, selecting a diverse range of subjects to broaden your knowledge base and experience.Arts students can also choose to combine traditional arts subjects with majors in science, such as geography or mathematics; or alternatively with vocationally-oriented majors such as tourism or psychology.Regardless of the subjects you choose, the Bachelor of Arts offers students the opportunities to develop key skills valued by employers – including communication, analysis, critical thinking, and problem-solving. Graduates also develop cultural awareness and a deeper understanding of how to build their creative capacities.Students can also choose to complete a professional placement as part of their degree, in order to build contacts and apply aspects of their degree to the workplace.... [-]


Bachelor of Arts (Creative and Critical Writing)

University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
Online Campus Full time Part time 3 years February 2019 Australia Toowoomba Springfield Australia Online + 4 more

Want to become a professional writer? Through the Bachelor of Arts (Creative and Critical Writing) you can develop and refine your ability to write engaging works for different audiences and markets. Learn to act creatively and think critically about writing, and produce compelling, professional narratives in fiction and non-fiction. [+]

Become the writer you’d love to read

Want to become a professional writer? Through the Bachelor of Arts (Creative and Critical Writing) you can develop and refine your ability to write engaging works for different audiences and markets. Learn to act creatively and think critically about writing, and produce compelling, professional narratives in fiction and non-fiction. You will experiment with diverse forms, genres, and styles of writing and learn how to conceive, write, edit and proofread your work to a publishable standard.

Industry collaboration

You will work collaboratively with other emerging writers, editors and publishers to produce online and print publications. This major will provide you with an understanding of the art of creative writing, as well as introduce you to the theories and philosophies that inform professional writers and the writing industry.... [-]


Bachelor of Arts (Archaeology)

University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
Online Campus Full time Part time 3 years February 2019 Australia Toowoomba Australia Online + 3 more

Archaeologists give us the chance to see how people lived in the past, and how they interacted with one another and the environment. Studies of the material traces of the past also help people to make important decisions about property, resources, and cultural heritage in the present day. [+]

Open a window to the past

Archaeologists give us the chance to see how people lived in the past, and how they interacted with one another and the environment. Studies of the material traces of the past also help people to make important decisions about property, resources, and cultural heritage in the present day.

Within the Bachelor of Arts (Archaeology), you will learn from some of Australia's most respected archaeologists, with opportunities to get hands-on through practical archaeological training, including field methods and laboratory analysis.

Thinking of studying externally? You will experience all elements of the course – practical and theoretical – by watching filmed classes and being able to handle 3D printed bones and other specimens.... [-]


Bachelor in History

University of the South Pacific USP
Campus Full time 3 years February 2019 Fiji Suva

Studying history helps you to become a critical thinker, an independent researcher, and a conscientious global citizen. As a historian, you learn about past societies and examine the processes that underlie global and local events. You learn how to carefully weigh the evidence and come to well-supported conclusions. You also learn how to critically respond to the arguments of others. You will know answers to some big questions, such as Why did China build the Great Wall? Why did Karl Marx think all workers were in chains? And other important questions related to the History of the Pacific Islands. [+]

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) programme consists of 24 courses of which 8 courses are at 100-level, 8 courses are at 200-level and 8 courses are at 300-level including 2 x 100-level university courses and 2 x 200-level university courses. The disciplines permitted as a major for the Bachelor of Arts degree in 2017 are:

Bachelor of History

Studying history helps you to become a critical thinker, an independent researcher, and a conscientious global citizen. As a historian, you learn about past societies and examine the processes that underlie global and local events. You learn how to carefully weigh the evidence and come to well-supported conclusions. You also learn how to critically respond to the arguments of others. You will know answers to some big questions, such as Why did China build the Great Wall? Why did Karl Marx think all workers were in chains? And other important questions related to the History of the Pacific Islands.... [-]