- Have knowledge of, and skills in, art history, literature, history, classical studies, philosophy, religious studies and the history of science
- Have a deepened understanding of human culture, society, creativity and belief
- Can apply their interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to specific cultural, social and work contexts
- Can use their analytical skills to develop arguments and support judgements and views with appropriate evidence.
The Humanities major prepares graduates for a wide range of private and public sector careers in areas such as heritage, education, research and community development.