Why study History-Politics?
History-Politics is an interdisciplinary major available within the School of Humanities, Communications and Social Sciences that centres on the history and politics of Europe, Asia, Australia, the USA, and international relations. In this stimulating course, students can expect to develop a range of learning skills including reading, information retrieval, critical analysis, methodological research techniques, and oral and written communications as they develop a deeper understanding of human society in the past and modern world.
Where can it lead?
Career opportunities include:
- Political analyst
- Professional historian
- Secondary school teacher
- Project officer
- Foreign correspondent
History-Politics is also available as a minor within a number of Arts degrees including:
- Bachelor of Arts (Professional Communication)
- Bachelor of Arts (Journalism)
- Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice)
Meet the Head of the Discipline
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