As a Macquarie student, you can undertake many of our degrees on campus or online – or a combination of both. Our multimode approach offers you optimal choice and flexibility without compromising on quality. In response to COVID-19, Macquarie has a number of initiatives in place to ensure students and staff remain safe. Check the most up-to-date Macquarie University advice about COVID-19 arrangements.
Arts graduates are highly sought after by employers because arts degrees ensure you develop strong capabilities in analysis, creativity, research, critical thinking, intercultural awareness and communication – capabilities that are in demand by employers and essential for success in the 21st century workplace. Arts graduates are recognised by employers for their advanced skills in problem solving and their ability to make ethical judgements.
The Bachelor of Arts has been reimagined by our world-leading academics in consultation with industry partners and public-sector organisations, so you can be assured you’ll acquire the transferable and technical skills needed for success in today’s and tomorrow’s workplaces. Our approach allows you to turn your passion into a career by exploring your interests in-depth, and by honing your skills and knowledge through practical experiences and expert teaching.
300102 Bachelor of Arts (Distance) can't be studied from outside Australia, as compulsory on-campus sessions and exams may be a requirement of some units. The flexible structure of this degree allows you to choose units from a wide variety of study areas, whether in arts, humanities, sciences or social sciences.
Ancient history; anthropology; applied ethics; Chinese studies; creative writing; criminology; Croation studies; education; English; French and francophone studies; gender studies; geography; German studies; Indigenous studies; international relations; Italian studies; Japanese studies; media, culture and communications; modern Greek studies; modern history; music studies; performing arts and entertainment industries; philosophy; politics; psychological science; Russian studies; social justice; sociology; Spanish and Latin American studies. Not all qualifying majors for the Bachelor of Arts can be completed with an external attendance mode.
Arts manager, business manager, choreographer, communications specialist, criminologist, entrepreneur, human resources professional, intelligence and security specialist, international development adviser, journalist, lobbyist, market or social researcher, marketing manager, museum curator, project manager, radio producer or presenter, screen and film producer, television producer or presenter, writer.
Opportunities for internships and work-integrated learning are built into the degree.
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Guaranteed selection rank: 75.00
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Use all ATAR profile data as a guide only; it provides a broad overview of the ATARs and selection ranks of previous Year 12 students admitted into that course. ATARs and selection ranks required for entry in 2022 may be different. If you are unsure about including a course among your preferences, contact the relevant institution.
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Naming of awards
The degrees (awards) offered by Macquarie University are set out in the Macquarie University Handbook. Students who qualify for a degree that is structured around majors will have the name/s of the major/s included on their testamur.