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University of Melbourne Undergraduate Arts Degrees

Established in 1853, the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne is the oldest faculty in the university and a premier institution, containing humanities disciplines ranked 17th in the world for arts, humanities and social sciences by the Times Higher Education Supplement. Melbourne's Faculty of Arts has a vision to bring together the best scholars and the brightest students to create cutting-edge teaching and research.

The Faculty of Arts is a diverse faculty with a common commitment to innovation and community engagement. It is home to nine departments, five schools, 14 research centres and specialized study programs. The faculty offers programs as diverse as Indigenous Studies, Classics and Indonesian language and at the same time, it provides employment-relevant specializations in such fields as public policy, journalism, linguistics, cultural conservation and development studies.

The value of "the Melbourne experience" for students and staff is enriched by the assistance provided for travel to undertake research, study abroad and student exchange programs, as well as professional development and visiting scholar programs.

The Melbourne Faculty of Arts offers the following undergraduate programs:
Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications)
Bachelor of Dance
Bachelor of Dramatic Art
Bachelor of Film and Television
Bachelor of Fine Art
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Music Performance
Bachelor of Production

The Melbourne Bachelor of Arts offers the following study programs as majors:
Ancient World Studies, Anthropology and Social Theory, Arabic Studies, Art History, Asian Studies, Australian Indigenous Studies, Australian Studies, Chinese, Chinese Studies, Classics, Creative Writing, Criminology, Cinema & Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Economics, English Literary Studies, English Language Studies, Environmental Studies, European Studies, French, Gender Studies, Geography, German, Hebrew, History, History and Philosophy of Science, Indonesian, Islamic Studies, Italian, Japanese, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Media & Communications, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Russian, Sociology, Spanish, Swedish.

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