As a multi-purpose course designed to meet a variety of vocational needs, the Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) gives you the flexibility to design a study program to meet your personal goals or employment needs.
The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) at the Charles Sturt University offers an extensive choice of subjects, providing you with many different opportunities.
This versatile degree draws on a wide portfolio of subjects offered across all Charles Sturt University faculties.
The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) lets you study where and when you want, whether full-time, part-time, online or on campus. You could also choose to graduate with a University Certificate in Liberal Studies (Arts) or Associate Degree in Liberal Studies (Arts) if you decide on a shorter course of study than the bachelor's degree.
From the early stages of your degree right through to postgraduate study, you can apply for a range of international programs through CSU Global. Subject to university approval, you could embark on a short study tour or complete a session or two on exchange at one of Charles Sturt University's partner institutions.
The broad nature of the Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) can open doors in a wide variety of careers.
Your studies will provide knowledge and skills that are beneficial in a variety of careers and endeavours, in the fields of the arts sector, business administration, community services, government agencies, management, marketing, media or publishing, to name a few.
As well as discipline knowledge, you'll develop valuable skills in communication, critical thinking, planning, problem solving and research. Employers across a range of industries are increasingly looking for candidates with broad skill sets.
Combine your degree with a postgraduate qualification to prepare for specialised employment in criminology, journalism, librarianship, management, psychology or teaching.
You can apply until:
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
You need the following IELTS score:
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