Learn from award-winning teachers and start your career ahead of the rest.
It's no surprise UniSC has received five stars for teaching quality* for 17 consecutive years when our arts and international studies teaching staff are award winners.
In this program, you'll have a choice of subjects across humanities, media, politics and society. You'll learn how to think critically and creatively, and build core communication and problem-solving skills that will remain valuable in a period of global disruption and change.
And the best part? Our graduates in this field tend to have higher starting salaries than the Queensland average.**
If you’re thinking of studying arts and international studies, it’s all happening at UniSC.
* Good Universities Guide, 2022
**Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) Graduate Outcomes Survey 2022
National award for applying historical lens to flooding catastrophes.
UniSC flood historian Dr Margaret Cook has won an inaugural award for her “fearless” critique of the continuing damage done by prioritising development over river health and human safety.
Describing her work as “fearless and innovative”, judges praised Dr Cook for identifying the emotional dimensions of river and flood management, both in long-term personal impacts of flooding disasters, their clean up stages and commitment to searching for technological solutions.
In the news
Researcher challenging misconceptions about Indigenous issues in school
Justine Grogan, a proud Wongaibon descendant and Associate Lecturer in Indigenous Studies in the School of Law and Society at the University of the Sunshine Coast, is completing a PhD on how Indigenous studies are delivered and developed into the national school curriculum.