This degree is available for Mid Year Entry in Newcastle (Callaghan) and Central Coast (Ourimbah) to commence study in semester two, 2013. Find out more »
Follow your passions, explore new and exciting areas of study, and develop valuable and transferable career skills through our Bachelor of Arts.
With 15 major areas of study and hundreds of courses (subjects) to choose from, our Bachelor of Arts will see you develop skills that will allow you to move freely between many and varied professions. From teaching, journalism and language translation, to diverse roles in the media and public service, the possibilities are endless.
Studying arts is the perfect way to gain and enhance key 'employability skills' as identified by Australian Jobs 2012* ranging from communication, team work and planning, to initiative, problem-solving, self-management and technology.
The flexible and transferable skills you acquire through our Bachelor of Arts will hold you in good stead in a constantly changing employment market that sees a million people change jobs each year and hundreds of thousands migrate between industries*.
*Australian Jobs 2012 - a federal government information summary on careers, education and training options.
In studying a Bachelor of Arts degree you will explore subject areas you are passionate about and discover new areas of interest that may plot your career path in a different direction. Progressing through your degree, you will complete two majors or one major and two minors. Find out more
The teaching and learning environment at the University of Newcastle is all about equipping you with knowledge and skills, and providing you with work experience opportunities as you progress through your degree. Find out more
Our Bachelor of Arts degree gives you the opportunity to study what you are passionate about and to convert this learning into a career you love. The diversity and flexibility of arts allows you to shape your degree to specific career goals. Find out more
Hear from Bachelor of Arts graduates and current students. Discover how their future is taking shape, and learn first-hand what it's like to study at uni. Find out more