Undergraduate study in Language and Culture
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Undergraduate study gives students a solid grounding in language and cultures. AUT's language and culture programmes prepare you for further education and research, or give you an opportunity to move directly into the workforce in your chosen field.
The Bachelor of Arts degree (BA)
Language and culture majors in the BA
- Chinese Language
- Chinese Studies
- Creative Writing
- English and New Media Studies
- International Studies
- Japanese Language
- Japanese Studies
- Māori Development
- New Zealand Sign Language and Deaf Studies
- New Zealand Sign Language — English Interpreting
Other minors offered by the School of Language and Culture
- Asian Studies
- Language Teaching
BA majors in other schools
School of Social Sciences and Public Policy
School of Education
School of Hospitality and Tourism
Te Ara Poutama, Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development
Minors and electives in the BA
In addition to the above majors, a variety of minors and elective papers give you the opportunity to broaden your programme of study.
See the Additional majors, minors and electives page for more detail.
Conjoint and double degree programmes
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws (BA/LLB) double degree
The Bachelor of Arts can be studied concurrently with the Bachelor of Laws for the recommended plan of how to structure the double degree.
BA students interested in undertaking this double degree programme should contact Peter Fleming for the recommended plan of how to structure the double degree.
- Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 8608
- Email: email@example.com
LLB students — please contact the AUT Law School
- Phone: +64 9 921-9721
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Arts
The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Arts are for students with an undergraduate degree who want to broaden or deepen educational, professional or vocational knowledge and skills in a familiar subject, or to develop knowledge in a new area.
Last updated: 22-Jun-2015 3.38pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.