Featuring a blend of traditional and contemporary disciplines, the JCU College of Arts, Society and Education is the largest and most diverse faculty at James Cook University (JCU). It offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses to approximately 4,000 students at campuses in Townsville, Cairns and Mackay.
As part of the Division of Tropical Environments and Societies, the College of Arts, Society and Education builds capacity in the tropics by providing coursework that can develop knowledge and skills in Education, Arts and Creative Media, Social Sciences, and Social Work. JCU Arts expands knowledge of people and societies in the Tropics through research at Masters and PhD levels.
The college brings together disciplines from the Arts and Humanities. JCU's commitment to research excellence is reflected in the reputation of researchers in the Faculty. This strong research focus provides a stimulating atmosphere for students and encourages the development of research and critical thinking skills, essential in any career.
James Cook University Graduate Arts and Humanities Degrees
Graduate Diploma of Arts
Graduate Diploma of Social Science
Master of Arts (by research)
Master of Conflict Management and Resolution
Master of Social Science (Asia Pacific Governance and Development, Criminology, Environment and Heritage, Indigenous Studies)
Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
James Cook University offers postgraduate research opportunities in the areas of arts, creative arts, human geography, physical geography, Indigenous studies, music, social policy, social science and women's studies.
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