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Master degrees

The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences offers postgraduate coursework degrees in over 20 disciplines in the arts, humanities and social sciences. We partner with the national cultural institutions and provide opportunities for students to network with leading practitioners, attend seminars and participate in internships and fieldwork.

A postgraduate degree can help you explore your areas of interest and further your career or change career direction. Applications for Semester 2, 2024 are now open and domestic applications close on 8 July, 2024.

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A Master degree enables you to specialise in your chosen field, building on skills developed in your undergraduate study and professional experience. You are eligible to study most postgraduate coursework programs, even if you have a non-cognate background. They will take from one to two years full-time to complete, depending on your prior qualifications.

Through an Master Advanced degree, you can explore a subject in-depth and hone your research skills. Available in any subject, an advanced Master degree is an excellent pathway to a PhD or higher research degree.

With a graduate qualification in arts, humanities and social sciences from ANU, you could expand your career, build industry connections and have the flexibility to study in a way that works for you. We offer graduate programs in over 20 disciplines, allowing you to explore your passions, further your career or even change career direction entirely. Check out our list of Graduate coursework degrees.

Graduate study fields

Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development
Master of Archaeological and Evolutionary Science
Master of Digital Humanities and Public Culture (Advanced)
Master of Digital Humanities and Public Culture