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Arts and Humanities Courses

Studies in arts and humanities provide a multidisciplinary understanding of human society, including a range of fields such as philosophy, history, art and religion.

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Career options and possible career trajectory

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Recommended Competencies

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving
  • Communication skills
  • Research skills
  • Curiosity

Skills to learn next

  • Languages

Thinking about studying your undergraduate in the arts and humanities?

Studies in arts and humanities provide a multidisciplinary understanding of human society, including a range of fields such as philosophy, history, art and religion. You can focus on an area of concentration you find interesting by majoring in one to three subjects.

Many undergraduate, postgraduate and diploma programmes - as well as certificates, short courses, vocational training and workshops - are available for you to study online or on-campus.

But does studying the arts and humanities make you employable? 
An education in these fields equips learners with skills that are useful in many industries. 

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving
  • Communication skills 

What industries hire arts and humanities graduates? Possible industries graduates include education, business and social services. Careers in teaching, journalism, writing, translation, art and social work are possibilities, depending on the area of specialisation.

Thinking about studying your undergraduate in the arts and humanities? 
Bachelor of Arts degrees and diplomas can be pursued in:
  • Education
  • Mass communication
  • Religious studies
  • Development studies
  • Gender studies
  • Film and technology
  • Economics
  • Design
  • Theatre
  • International relations
  • Music
  • Counselling...just to name a few. 

Are you ready to focus on a particular niche for your career specialisation? Masters degrees in the arts and humanities can provide you with such an opportunity. MA programmes are on offer in diverse fields from Social Work to Leadership Studies, and Ethics to Interior Design. 

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Thinking about studying your undergraduate in the arts and humanities?

Studies in arts and humanities provide a multidisciplinary understanding of human society, including a range of fields such as philosophy, history, art and religion. You can focus on an area of concentration you find interesting by majoring in one to three subjects.

Many undergraduate, postgraduate and diploma programmes - as well as certificates, short courses, vocational training and workshops - are available for you to study online or on-campus.

But does studying the arts and humanities make you employable? 
An education in these fields equips learners with skills that are useful in many industries. 

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving
  • Communication skills 

What industries hire arts and humanities graduates? Possible industries graduates include education, business and social services. Careers in teaching, journalism, writing, translation, art and social work are possibilities, depending on the area of specialisation.

Thinking about studying your undergraduate in the arts and humanities? 
Bachelor of Arts degrees and diplomas can be pursued in:
  • Education
  • Mass communication
  • Religious studies
  • Development studies
  • Gender studies
  • Film and technology
  • Economics
  • Design
  • Theatre
  • International relations
  • Music
  • Counselling...just to name a few. 

Are you ready to focus on a particular niche for your career specialisation? Masters degrees in the arts and humanities can provide you with such an opportunity. MA programmes are on offer in diverse fields from Social Work to Leadership Studies, and Ethics to Interior Design.