Faculty of Arts and Education

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

Humanities and Social Sciences

The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences provides eligible graduates with the opportunity to undertake advanced level study and research training in the discipline of their undergraduate major.

We offer supervision in the disciplines of Australian Studies, Anthropology, Criminology, History, International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies, Politics, Languages, Philosophy and Sociology.

Our academic staff have a wide range of research expertise and many are national and international leaders in their field. The School welcomes enquiries from prospective students.

 

Helen Gardner

Associate Professor Helen Gardner
School Honours Coordinator

 

 

'My job requires high standards of research and writing, flexibility, adaptability and an understanding of the current issues facing the criminal justice system - skills that were fostered and developed during my honours year'

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Course summary

For information about units of study, course structure, eligibility, and fees, visit:
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

 

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HONOURS - MID YEAR ENROLMENT - ON AND OFF CAMPUS
Students who are interested to apply for the mid-year Honours intake, on or off campus, should contact Dr Helen Gardner at helen.gardner@deakin.edu.au or the Honours convenor in their respective discipline.

 

 

 

 



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