University of Auckland Faculty of Arts

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Faculty of Arts
Type Public
Parent institution
University of Auckland
Dean Professor Robert Greenberg
Students > 8,500
Location Auckland, New Zealand
Website www.arts.auckland.ac.nz

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, is a large faculty providing a range of programmes in over 50 subjects.

The faculty is based on the city campus, however the departments are spread all over the campus. The main building, Arts 1, is located on Symonds Street.

The faculty is seen as being the best of its kind in New Zealand and in 2007 it was ranked 32nd in the world[1]

Schools and Disciplinary Areas[edit]

School of Humanities

  • Art History
  • Classics and Ancient History
  • English, Drama and Writing Studies
  • History
  • Philosophy

School of Social Sciences

  • Anthropology
  • Development Studies
  • Media, Film and Television
  • Politics and International Relations
  • Sociology

School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics

  • Applied Language Studies and Linguistics
  • Cultures and languages
  • Intercultural programmes
  • Translation and Interpreting

Te Wānanga o Waipapa - School of Māori Studies and Pacific Studies

  • (Focus on indigenous studies related to Aotearoa-New Zealand and the Pacific)
  • Māori Studies
  • Pacific Studies

Arts Programs[edit]

Undergraduate programs

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Certificate in Languages
  • Diploma in Languages

Conjoint degrees

  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Commerce (BA/BCom)
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BA/BE(Hons))
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (BA/BFA or BA/BFA(Hons))
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Health Sciences (BA/BHSc)
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws or Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (BA/LLB or BA/LLB(Hons))
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Music (BA/BMus)
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science (BA/BSc)

Postgraduate programs

  • Honours
    • Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
  • Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma
    • Postgraduate Diploma in Arts
    • Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Interpreting
    • Postgraduate Diploma in Language Teaching
    • Postgraduate Diploma in Translation Studies
  • Masters
    • Master of Arts
    • Master of Creative Writing
    • Master of Indigenous Studies
    • Master of Literature
    • Master of Professional Studies
    • Master of Public Policy
    • Master of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Doctoral program

  • PhD

Bridging Programs

  • Transitional Certificate (TransCert)
  • Graduate Diploma in Arts (GradDipArts)
  • Certificate of Proficiency (COP)

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