Interdisciplinary studies in the humanities will help you develop your skills in self-expression (both in writing and in oral presentation), objective analysis and critical evaluation, invaluable tools in later life. A humanities course can lead to a wide range of career options in, for example, teaching, publishing, the media, journalism, local government, voluntary agencies or research. Many employers prefer to employ graduates with a broad-based liberal arts education, rather than recruit graduates who have specialized in only one discipline.
A humanities course will also provide you with a solid basis for pursuing further vocational training in administration, finance, management, librarianship and other sectors.
With a Diploma
at School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences, University of New England, Australia
you will have engaged with varied disciplines such as art, art history, languages and literatures, philosophy, history, theology and religious studies, music, English and theatre arts and performance studies