Discover societies and events throughout history to deepen your understanding of the past and present. You’ll explore the history of Europe, the Americas, Asia and the ancient and modern worlds. Learn how social change, cultural identity and institutions were shaped by migration, wars, colonialism, race and gender.
Duration: 2 years full-time or part-time equivalent2 years full-time
Career opportunities in history
Studying history builds skills in research, problem solving and communication to prepare you for a range of careers.
Possible roles include:
Cultural tourism representative
Primary or Secondary teacher
Potential employers of history graduates include:
State and Federal Government
Meet our student
I find history interesting because it creates a backdrop to life events. In one subject I’ll be learning about Australian Aboriginal history, and in another studying English, French and Russian comparative history. Studying history has allowed me to explore different ways of viewing the past and has given me an insight on the present and the future. Eighty years in the future, historians will be bickering over the now.
Ross Dennis Bachelor of Arts (History), La Trobe University