A specialized course under Creative Industries Stream

About the Course – Arts

The Arts course teaches students to explore, understand and appreciate the humanities, arts, and all the social aspects and mechanisms that form and enrich our culture, allowing you to develop skills and knowledge relevant to the workplace. Arts course is a flexible program aiming to produce knowledgeable, and innovative graduates. It awares students about diverse societies, cultures, values, and cultural sensitivities and develop an appreciation towards these phenomena. Graduates are taught and encouraged to think systematically and critically. They learn to gather and evaluate evidence from many sources and to communicate clearly. Arts degree offers students a broader education in their major. Students need to undertake a variety of liberal art subjects such as humanities, literature, history, social sciences, communications, and a foreign language.

Career Prospect and Opportunity

Employment opportunities depend on the choice of majors or specializations. Employers may include government and non-government organizations; media and communications; arts and cultural organizations; higher education; business sector; not-for-profit organizations. Graduates can work as historians; social scientists; political analysts. Different career paths require different skills and specialist knowledge. You can pair studies from more than 30 subject areas available in Arts and gain the foundational knowledge to pursue the career you want. Graduates of Arts course can pursue a broad range of careers and roles depending on the major you choose, including:

  • Anthropologist
  • Archaeologist
  • Archivist
  • Art historian
  • Business administrator or manager
  • Editor or publisher
  • Foreign affairs and trade officer
  • Government policy officer
  • Historian
  • Heritage specialist
  • Information specialist
  • Journalist
  • Language specialist
  • Media and communications officer
  • Museum or gallery curator
  • Researcher
  • Sociologist


Employment Opportunity

Depending on the passion and experience, Arts graduates can involve in different sectors such as Government, Non-government organizations (eg project coordination, research and policy support, advocacy); and Media and communications organizations (eg journalism cadetships, communications, online content management, media monitoring). Upon securing the minimum requirements, graduates can also apply for any kind of government job.

Arts is a vast stream in itself which includes the subjects like English Literature, Foreign Languages, Sociology, Psychology, History, and Economics. Many of the  Arts degree holder are the people who have changed the face of the country and have brought about different changes.

Course Available by Providers

The courses are generally provided at Diploma, Bachelor (UG), and Master (PG) levels.

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