“A degree in the arts and humanities enables you demonstrate broad-based cultural knowledge alongside high-level analytical skills. This qualification allows you to study in depth over a wide range of specialisms; study options include art history, classical studies, creative writing, English language, French, German, history, literature, music, philosophy, religious studies, and Spanish.
Studying the arts and humanities provides you with broad perspectives about human culture. You’ll study a range of issues, which encompass understanding of the past, reading and studying the arts, and the analysis of differential points of view. Whatever study pathway you choose, you will encounter a diverse range of topics from across different periods and civilisations.”
So, now I’m done with the studies……and, whether its a first, second or third degree is not too big of an issue………..and, whether I can demonstrate a “broad-based cultural knowledge” or whether I have “broad perspectives about human culture” is………..well, its neither here nor there I guess……..
But, hooray nonetheless……