CSU's Bachelor of Liberal studies (Arts) program aims to provide flexible course options by offering access to a diverse pool of subjects, thereby increasing the potential for students to meet a wider range of vocational needs in an increasingly broad variety of environments.
This course aims to provide flexible course design options for undergraduate students of arts by providing access to a diverse pool of subjects requiring a wide range of skills for active and successful participation. The aim of this approach is to increase the potential for students to meet a wider range of vocational needs in an increasingly broad variety of environments.
On completion of the degree, students will:
The aims of this course are to provide:
This course is an exit point from the Bachelor degree.
The course will provide students with knowledge, skills and attitudes outlined in the Associate Degree at an introductory level, dependent on subject selection. This course is an early exit point from the Bachelor degree.
Students undertaking a Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) may desire the structure, or the particular employment/graduate opportunities that a traditional degree may offer. The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) offers students a chance to engage in a different style of degree, while also providing them with opportunity to undertake subjects which make up alternative degrees.
Upon successful completion of a number of these subjects, it may be possible for students to transfer into an alternate course, such as the Bachelor of Arts. Likewise, students currently undertaking other courses within the Faculty of Arts may transfer into the Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts) in order to take subjects that could not previously be counted towards their degree.
To graduate with the Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Arts), students must satisfactorily complete 192 points at Pass level or better.
To exit with the Associate Degree in Liberal Studies (Arts), students must satisfactorily complete 128 points at Pass level or better.
To exit with the University Certificate in Liberal Studies (Arts), students must satisfactorily complete 64 points at a Pass level or better.
To study this course, you will need to indicate your likelihood of success through previous studies and other attainments and experience.
When weighing up the costs of study, consider the benefits of having the qualification you need to achieve your personal and professional goals.
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