A combined degree gives you freedom and flexibility to explore two areas in depth, and graduate with broader expertise and increased job opportunities.
Why choose a combined degree?
Combined degrees (sometimes called double degrees) are an excellent way to combine your interests and customise your education.
- Our combined degrees let you gain qualifications in two complementary or contrasting fields of study, which is great if you’re finding it hard to choose between your interests.
- Most combined degrees are actually shorter to complete in comparison to studying each degree separately, which means you graduate sooner.
- Our combined degrees are four or five years in length, with courses including honours six years.
- Combined degrees can also be studied part-time.
Careers from combined degrees
Studying a combined degree also means you can aim for a specific career that requires dual expertise.
For example, studying a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Fine Arts gives you the chance to combine a field like journalism with the arts, setting you up to pursue a career as an arts reporter. A Bachelor of Business and a Bachelor of Economics will give you excellent expertise to work in various areas of the business world. Combining Arts and Business will prepare you to become a skilled and knowledgeable marketer. There is a range of fantastic combinations available.
Arts and Law
After studying Arts and Law at the University of Tasmania, Lionel Nichols is practicing international and human rights law at the biggest firm in the world. International Relations and Philosophy helped Lionel see the potential that law has to make a difference.
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Arts and Fine Arts
Bridget Hickey is headed to New York to join one of the most vibrant radio communities in the world, and study her Masters at an Ivy League university after studying Arts and Fine Arts at the University of Tasmania.
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