Humanities & Creative Arts
Avondale's Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a three-year degree designed to present arts disciplines within a Christian worldview and to help you understand society and your role in it. The Bachelor of Arts gives you opportunities to develop your abilities in problem recognition and solving, research skills, analysis, synthesis and creativity, critical and reflective thinking, and written and non-verbal communication.
Avondale's Bachelor of Arts provides broad preparation for future employment, as well as a sound basis for those wishing to pursue graduate diplomas and other postgraduate degrees.
Specialisations (10-14 units)
Counselling, Music, Psychology
Majors* (8 units)
Biological Science, Chaplaincy, Chemistry, Communication, Counselling, English, Food & Nutrition, History, Mathematics, Music, Psychology, Religious Studies, Visual Arts
Minors* (4 units)
Biological Science, Chemistry, Communication, Counselling, English, Food & Nutrition, Geography, History, Mathematics, Music, Psychology, Religious Studies, Visual Arts
*Or select strands from Business, Science and Mathematics, and Ministry and Theology
Combined degrees are another exciting and popular option. In four years of full-time study at Avondale, you can combine an Arts degree with a Bachelor of Teaching.Learn more
These tables give an indication of the likely peer cohort for new students in undergraduate arts courses at Avondale University.Learn more
ATAR (OP in Qld) Profile
The ATAR (OP in Queensland) tables report the profile for those students offered places, wholly or partly on the basis of their ATAR or OP, in the arts courses.Learn more
Postgraduate Study & Research
Avondale also offers a range of leading edge postgraduate course and research options, including a Master of Arts (MA), as well as the internationally-recognised Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Philosophy (MPhil).Learn more