Explore ideas, cultures and places with a wide range of Arts undergraduate subject and course choices (Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Criminology, Bachelor of Global Studies, Bachelor of Media Communication, and Bachelor of Music) including double degrees.
Reach your full potential and be inspired by brilliant minds with Arts graduate studies. We offer a suite of degrees spanning master's by coursework, master's by research or PhDs (both traditional and practice-based).
We give you a range of double degree options with our Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Global Studies and Bachelor of Music. You can also complete a Bachelor of Arts / Master's double degree in just four years.
Thinking about coming to Australia as part of your degree or to complete a full degree here? Monash Arts offers a great range of subjects and study options in Australia, and international credit options too.
Get hands-on experience and study credit. You can choose from a range of internship opportunities from our industry partnerships around the world, and scholarships and funding options are also available.
Broaden your mind with new ideas, new people, and new cultures. With over 100 university partnerships worldwide, a Centre in Prato, Italy, and a campus in Malaysia, you're spoilt for choice with programs from just two weeks to two semesters.
Our research addresses the importance of local and global issues, advancing our understanding of the world. In partnership with government, industry, not-for-profit organisations and other universities, we work to improve lives and make a profound impact.
In 2020, Monash Arts strengthens its commitment to interdisciplinary learning by launching its Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics. Developed by the faculty’s world-renowned academics, this innovative program is designed for deep thinkers who want to have a real impact.
In 2019, the Year of Indigenous Languages, the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music dedicated one of their leading ensembles, the Gospel Choir, to the task of learning and performing songs written in four different Australian Aboriginal languages.
When it comes to the issue of women’s safety in artistic and urban areas, Dr Andrea Baker, Monash Arts’ Senior Lecturer in Journalism, pulls no punches. ‘I want to speak honestly about the barriers, and to tear them down,’ she says. ‘It’s really that simple.’
Brain research is entering a thrilling new stage, and Monash University is at the fore.
By combining the high-end interdisciplinary approaches from philosophy and neuroscience, Monash’s Dr Noam Gordon and Professor Jakob Hohwy (pictured) from Philosophy, together with Associate Professor Nao Tsuchiya and Dr Roger Koenig-Robert from Psychology, have produced research published in a leading biology journal showing that perception relies on integrating both new and old information.