Study social sciences and public policy
What will your day look like when you study a Bachelor of Arts?
A Bachelor of Arts will help you understand and interpret society, from individuals to entire cultures. You could understand the mind of a criminal, engage in human rights advocacy, or learn to plan cities with their people in mind. If you want to pursue the subjects that fascinate you most, enrol in the Bachelor of Arts. Watch this video for a glimpse of what your day could look like.
The School of Social Sciences and Public Policy at AUT covers the disciplines of conflict resolution, criminology, economics, policy studies, psychology, sociology, political science and anthropology.
At AUT you study society at many levels from individuals, families, communities, whānau, aiga, iwi, groups, organisations, governments and cultures through to the global system in which we live.
Studying social sciences and public policy can open up a wide range of careers that involve understanding and working with people and organisations. An understanding of social sciences is useful for many fields, from the private sector to education and government. Study with us and become familiar with several disciplines within the social sciences including conflict resolution, criminology and psychology. Our Bachelor of Arts is flexible and you can tailor it to suit your interests and career goals.
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Bachelor of Arts overview
In addition to the above majors, a variety of minors and electives give you the opportunity to broaden your programme of study.
Doctor of Philosophy
Master of Philosophy
Master of Arts Overview
Master of Human Rights
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Social Sciences
Postgraduate Diploma in Arts
Postgraduate Certificate in Arts
Certificate in Social Sciences
AUT School of Social Sciences and Public Policy
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