Course Description

CSU's Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) gives you the flexibility to design a study program to meet your personal goals or employment needs. Offering an extensive choice of subjects, this degree can provide you with many different opportunities for graduates.

Duration

1 year full time, 2 years part time

Starting dates

March, July, November

Graduate Rating

Graduates of Humanities, Culture & Social Sciences undergraduate courses at Charles Sturt University (CSU) rated their degrees as follows:

Teaching quality: 78.0% (national average 75.7%)
Improved skills: 83.8% (national average 83.3%)
Overall satisfaction: 89.0% (national average 85.4%)

The ratings above refer to the proportion of surveyed graduates who agreed with the statement about their undergraduate degree from Charles Sturt University (CSU). You can find out more about these results here.

Employment Outcomes

Graduates of Humanities, Culture & Social Sciences undergraduate courses at Charles Sturt University (CSU) had the following employment outcomes:

Employed full time: 79.9% (national average 61.3%)
Studying full time: 13.6% (national average 32.0%)
Median full time salary: $65,000 (national average $55,000)

You can find out more about employment outcome results here.

Entry Requirements

Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts)

Applicants for the Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) must meet the following requirements:

*          An ATAR of 70 (including adjustment factors)

OR

*          Successful completion of two university-level subjects (AQF level Associate Degree or higher) demonstrating a reasonable prospect of success through the Grade Point Average (GPA) gained in these studies

OR

*          A completed AQF Certificate III or higher level qualification

OR

*          50% completion of an AQF Diploma level qualification

OR

*          Successful completed of a Tertiary Preparation Course from an Australian University or an accredited provider demonstrating a reasonable prospect of success through the Grade Point Average (GPA) gained in these studies.

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