Broaden your worldview with the one-year Diploma in Arts, and gain knowledge and skills in a specific arts-related discipline.
You can study degree-level papers from a wide range of subjects – from event management and social sciences to Japanese and psychology.
When you successfully complete the Diploma in Arts, you can cross-credit your papers and transfer to a relevant bachelor’s degree. This programme is also suitable for students who have narrowly missed UE* and want to continue into the Bachelor of Arts or other bachelor’s degrees.
* 1 year full-time only starting in February. Part-time not available for students who have narrowly missed UE.
Start date: 2021
You develop interpersonal, communication, critical thinking and problem solving skills while studying papers in a subject or subjects of your choice.
We help you identify what papers match your interests and will help you achieve your career goals.
You can study degree papers in the following subject areas:
1. Students who have narrowly missed UE will be enrolled in a prescribed full-year programme of study. Subject choice at the South Campus is limited.
2. Culinary arts papers: The practical side of the culinary arts papers involves using commercial kitchen tools and equipment and requires you to demonstrate a level of skill that doesn’t compromise any health and safety standards for yourself and others. Skills needed for culinary arts courses
22 Feb 2021
12 Jul 2021
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.