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Bachelor of Arts - Major and Minor sequences by campus

"Major": 80 cp in prescribed units in one discipline or approved interdisciplinary area, normally including at least 10 cp at introductory level and at least 60 cp at advanced level.

"Minor": 40 cp in prescribed units in one discipline or approved interdisciplinary area, normally including at least 10 cp at introductory level and at least 20 cp at advanced level.

Sequence

Brisbane

Melbourne

Strathfield

Offshore

Australian Studies major   minor  
Business Studies major major major1  
Communication minor minor minor  
Community Services2 minor minor minor  
Computing     minor  
Drama major major minor  
East Timor Language and Cultural Studies3       major
Economics     major  
Education minor minor minor  
Family Studies   minor    
Geography     major  
Gender Studies minor      
History major major major  
Indigenous Studies4     minor  
Leisure Studies minor      
Literature major major major  
Mathematics   major major  
Media   major    
Music major major    
Philosophy major major major  
Politics   major    
Psychology5 major major major  
Science Studies   minor    
Sociology major major electives  
Study of Religions minor minor minor  
Technology6     major  
Theological Studies major major major  
Visual Arts major major major  
Youth Work   minor    

1 Students are required to attend North Sydney campus to complete selected units.
2 40 cp granted for successful completion of a National Training Information Service (NTIS) Community Services Package from an accredited RTO or equivalent as formally recognised through an articulation agreement with Australian Catholic University.
3 Available only to students enrolled in the BTeach (East Timor).
4 Available only to students enrolled in the BTeach/BA (Indigenous Studies).
5 80 cp Psychology major – not an Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited sequence.
6 Available only to students enrolled in the BTeach/BA (Technology) who study a sequence of twelve units in Design and Technology which is recognised as equivalent to a major and minor in Technology in the Bachelor of Arts.

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