Bond University’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences combines liberal arts with vocationally-oriented studies for strong graduate outcomes and a lifetime of achievement.
The Faculty offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in 15 arts and social science disciplines, ranging from psychology and criminology through to journalism, film and television.
About the Faculty
One of the most innovative of its kind in Australia, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in many different study areas, ranging from International Relations, Psychology and Criminology through to Journalism, Film and Television and Computer Games to name a few.
With a strong emphasis on vocationally oriented students, the subjects offered reflect the University’s international role and underline its commitment to Australia and its immediate interests.
In all study areas, the very latest theory and research is applied to real-life practice, with the opportunity for internships and work experience, and the faculty prides itself on offering a challenging intellectual climate that encourages students to widen their sense of what is humanly possible.
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