A university degree is your first step towards the career of your dreams. Flinders Bachelor of Letters is your opportunity to take the next step, follow your passions further and enhance your career prospects.
Whatever degree you’re studying, in what could be as little as 12 months, the Bachelor of Letters will see you graduate with a second degree and an additional area of specialisation that will help put you ahead of the pack. Delve deeper into your area of interest, broaden your transferrable skills and graduate better prepared to succeed in a competitive market.
Get career ready. Choose from a range of specialisations:
The Bachelor of Letters is available via graduate entry and can, in some cases, be completed over one year if you have already completed a bachelor degree (at Flinders or at another institution).
Delve into the world's rich cultural history, uncovering links between past, present and future societies. Develop career-ready skills suited to positions requiring good communication, data management and information synthesis.
Follow your passion for writing by studying literature, prose and fiction. Acquire vital professional skills that will make you attractive to a wide range of employers in the arts and communication industries.
Broaden your professional skill base by gaining an understanding of the evidence-base of health issues. Gain skills that could help you join an exciting and fast-growing sector that makes a meaningful difference to people and communities throughout the world.
Gain a strong understanding of the big issues that underpin society through the ages. Build a practical skill set in research, communication and critical thinking and graduate with knowledge that could lead to a variety of careers.
Gain a solid foundation in both the theoretical and the practical aspects of applied mathematics and/or statistics. Students will learn how to critically analyse and evaluate mathematical or statistical information to create models and solve problems.
The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program is designed to help you develop disciplinary knowledge in the area of second language acquisition, as well as specific knowledge in the area of teaching English to speakers of other languages. You’ll develop practical and innovative skills and strategies for effective English language teaching from renowned practitioners.
To me, innovation means finding your passion, and using that passion to make a positive impact and change to the world. I'm studying the new Bachelor of Letters (Innovation and Enterprise) alongside my Bachelor of Information Technology. I was attracted to this course for two reasons I wanted a double-like degree, and I wanted to learn more about entrepeneurship, new ventures and start-ups, to help prepare me for the changing world of work.
To add the Bachelor of Letters to your current study plan:
You will receive a notification via your student email address.
Applications for graduate entry* are made through the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC).
*Graduate applicants must hold an approved bachelor degree or equivalent qualification.
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