Bachelor of Arts - CA10
Study the Bachelor of Arts to equip yourself with a multidisciplinary education in a range of humanities and social sciences disciplines. Benefit from the course's flexible structure and tailor your own education by choosing from a variety of majors and minors.
OP:17 SR:65 ATAR:59.9
OP:17 SR:65 ATAR:59.9
3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
No recommended study required
The Bachelor of Arts provides you with a varied and multidisciplinary education, as well as the opportunity to gain knowledge in a range of humanities and social sciences disciplines.
You will experience a variety of perspectives, methodologies and learning styles and explore disciplines that study the way humans recognise, record and debate human practices, meanings and values. This will aid you in developing a contemporary understanding of both the human condition and how society operates. You will have the opportunity to gain crucial lifelong learning and transferable generic skills, such as critical thinking and problem solving. You will learn to apply these skills to a range of employment opportunities and life situations.
You will benefit from the course's flexible structure and can tailor your own program by choosing from a variety of majors and minors. These include Creative and Professional Writing, English and Cultural Studies, Geography and Environmental Studies, History, Liberal Arts and Social Enquiry. You may also undertake a professional major in Business, Digital Media, Journalism, Language or Psychology.
|Core Units||24||Major Units||6|
|Term 1 - 2020||Available Online|
|Term 1 - 2021||Available Online|
|Term 2 - 2020||Available Online|
|Term 2 - 2021||Available Online|
A unique feature of the Creative Writing major is that it provides you with the chance to write a sustained creative writing dissertation of any genre over the course of your final year. This feature makes the Creative Writing major an invaluable pathway for those students interested in the Master of Letters course where, as a prospective student, you could acquire some credit.
|English and Cultural Studies||8|
|History and Politics||8|
If you select units from the English and Cultural Studies major; Geography major; History and Politics major; and/or from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies minor for the Liberal Arts major, then you cannot take the English and Cultural Studies major; Geography major; History and Politics major; nor the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Essential Geography, Literary Studies and World History minors.
|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies||4|
The Digital Storytelling minor needs to be studied over two successive years.
You cannot enrol in this minor if you are enrolled in the Theatre Studies major.
You cannot enrol in this minor if you are enrolled in the Geography major.
You cannot enrol in this minor if you are enrolled in the English and Cultural Studies major.
You cannot enrol in this minor if you are enrolled in the Public Relations major.
|Visual Art Practices||4|
You cannot enrol in this minor if you are enrolled in the Visual Arts major.
|Working with the Media||4|
You cannot enrol in this minor if you are enrolled in the Journalism major.
You cannot enrol in this minor if you are enrolled in the History and Politics major.
You cannot enrol in this minor if you are enrolled in the Creative Writing major.
|Professional Practice and Experience||BUSN13004||This work-integrated learning will involve a placement in an organisation loosely related to one of the BA discipline majors. For example, a work placement in a museum.|
A rank threshold is the minimum competitive rank that applications will be considered for entry to this course. The rank cut-off score is the competitive entry score that was needed to gain entry to this course in Term 1 2019. There is an unadjusted score before any adjustment factors or schemes are applied and an adjusted score if these were applied. Entry to courses is competitive and the cut-off score will vary from year to year and is provided as a historical guide of past performance.
|Rank Threshold||OP 17| SR 65 | ATAR 59.9|
|Rank Cut-Off - unadjusted||OP 17| SR 65 | ATAR 59.9|
|Rank Cut-Off - adjusted||OP 17| SR 65 | ATAR 59.9|
If you would like to know more about entry scores and the student profile for this course view our Course and Entry Score Profile for Term 1, 2020.
To find out about CQUniversity's Undergraduate Profile for Term 1, 2020 view our Institute Profile.
IELTS Academic: 6.0 with no individual band score of less than 5.5
TOEFL Internet-based: Overall score of 75 with no score less than 17
Pearson Test of English Academic: Overall score of 54 with no score less than 46
Domestic students - Prerequisites: English (4, SA)
International students - refer to the international student section.
There are no implications for students in regard to security requirements.
Completion of the Bachelor of Arts will prepare you to pursue employment opportunities in fields such as:
- arts administration
- book editing
- copy writing
- desktop publishing
- environmental planning and management
- government administration and planning
- nature and heritage conservation
- political research
Depending on your chosen area of study there may be a number of professional associations that you may be eligible to apply for, including:
- The Human Resource Management major is accredited by the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI). Graduates will be eligible for membership of AHRI upon successful completion of their course.
- Marketing graduates may be eligible for membership of the Australian Marketing Institute and the Australian Market and Social Research Society.
- Management graduates may be eligible for membership of the Australian Institute of Management.
We offer a range of scholarships to support international students and encourage you to apply for one that's right for you.
|Queensland||MKY: 840531; BDG: 810531; ROK: 850531; ONL: 850535|
|New South Wales||ONL: 160131|
|South Australia||ONL: 5C4013|
If you apply via a Tertiary Admissions Centre (TAC) listed under 'How to Apply', please use the relevant TAC code listed above to complete your application.
QUALITY EDUCATION, WHEREVER YOU ARE
Between our reputation for learning, teaching and research, our renowned online education offering, and our status as Australia’s largest regional university, rest assured you will get a world-class education when you choose CQUniversity.
WIDE CHOICE OF STUDY AREAS
Select from allied health, accounting, aviation, business, digital media, education, engineering, hospitality, human resource management, information systems and technology, management, nursing, psychology, science, tourism, transport and safety sciences, social innovation and more to suit your personal interests and career goals.
EXPERIENCE AND SUPPORT
CQUniversity's strong focus on student experience ensures that you are prepared and supported on your student journey. Support services include on-campus orientation to assist your transition into university life, course and career advice, financial support options, study support, ongoing assistance through the Student Mentor program, counselling services, support for students with a disability or medical conditions, Indigenous student support and more.
A pioneer in online study, CQUniversity has more than two decades of experience providing high quality online learning experiences. Benefit from the flexibility to study online in your home country.
GRADUATE WORK READY
Our graduates are some of the most sought-after in Australia, due to our reputation for work-integrated learning and industry-aligned courses, and experience some of the nation's best graduate outcomes in terms of full-time employment and starting salary. CQUni is also regarded as the nation's most inclusive and engaged university, with our award-winning academic and research staff making a real impact on the communities and industries we serve.
You will have the opportunity to gain crucial life-long learning and transferable generic skills, such as critical thinking and problem-solving. You will be able to apply these skills to a range of employment opportunities and life situations.