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Deakin's Faculty of Arts and Education aims to give students, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, an intellectually exciting education, anchored in core disciplines, and developing the professional and vocational skills that are essential in the workplace of the 21st century.
The Bachelor of Arts degree is structured in a way that offers maximum flexibility. See approximately 25 study majors.
Journalism, Literary Studies, Media and Communication, Professional and Creative Writing, Public Relations
Criminology and related double degrees
Teaching (Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary, Adult), Applied Learning, Educators, Higher Education, Professional Education and Training, Special Educational Needs, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Anthropology, Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies, History, International Development Studies, International Relations, International and Community Development, Language studies, Arabic, Chinese, Indonesian, Middle East Studies, Spanish
Animation and Motion Capture, Dance, Drama, Film and Television, Photography, Visual Arts, Visual Communication Design
Philosophy, Politics and Policy, Sociology
Application, fees and other information can be found on the Study at Deakin web site.