About the courseThe BA takes three years to complete if you are studying full time.You will choose two BA subjects as your two majors (your double major). You will take eight courses (120 points) in each major. This includes at least three courses (45 points) at Stage III in each major.If you would like to study Communication you can either choose it as one of your two majors, or complete our sixteen-course (240-point) specialisation in Communication. Enhance your opportunities for careers or postgraduate study through our double major requirement. You can explore different subjects before choosing your two majors. You are free to combine any two majors, to pursue your interests or to meet a career goal. Enhance your opportunities for careers or postgraduate study through our double major requirement. You can explore different subjects before choosing your two majors. You are free to combine any two majors, to pursue your interests or to meet a career goal. Benefit from distinctive opportunities to develop skills for many different careers in a fast-changing, globalised economy. You can further extend your skills and knowledge for future employment by choosing to take one or two of our optional modules. Enrich your degree through study abroad, internships and our Arts Scholars programme.Art History examines the many roles the visual arts have played in different cultures and in different periods — aesthetic, social, religious, political and commercial. You can explore not only painting, drawing and sculpture, but also architecture, photography, video, performance art, design and the graphic and decorative arts. Our lectures are visually stimulating, containing a variety of beautiful, puzzling and sometimes controversial images. You have particular opportunities to study Māori and Polynesian visual cultures, the art of Aotearoa New Zealand, European and American art and visual culture throughout history and up to the contemporary period, and museums and curating.
Intake MonthsFEBRUARY, JULY
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AboutVictoria University of Wellington is one of the country’s oldest institutions and is situated in New Zealand’s capital, with three campuses in the city. It is often recognised for its academic excellence, including being ranked among the top two percent of the worlds universities in the 2019 QS World University Rankings.
The university is placed in the top one percent of universities globally for 19 of its subjects including communication and media studies, psychology, religious studies, geography, law, library and information management, linguistics, performing arts, development studies, and politics and international studies.
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