The Faculty of Humanities comprises of three schools, each with multiple disciplines which specialise in a wide array of degrees so you can follow your passion and put it to work at Curtin. Our schools teach practical and transferable skills that can be applied to a range of workplaces.
School of Design and the Built Environment
Are you a creative person who is fascinated with design, urban life, buildings and the environment, or do you have a desire to improve living conditions for all people?
School of Education
Are you driven to help others? The School of Education prepares professionals for practice in a wide range of education-related fields. We are known nationally and internationally for the quality of our programs.
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Indigenous culture, performing arts and emerging technologies keys to strengthening creative industries in WA
A Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre report has found Indigenous art and culture, emerging digital technologies and a thriving and resilient local music scene could help revive WA’s creative economy.
The practice of parents sharing content of their kids online is so common, it’s spawned its own term, ‘sharenting’. But before you post your next photo, consider the effect it can have on your child.
Repatriating stolen artefacts could reverse some of the “unjust treatment” of the world’s Indigenous peoples, says Dr Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes.
Unsure what your child can expect from university in 2022? Here’s your opportunity to hear from Curtin University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Harlene Hayne, as well as staff, students and graduates.
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You’re invited to attend one of the largest art graduate shows in Western Australia.
Will COVID-19 lockdowns increase the public’s support for refugees and other individuals with restrictions to freedom of movement?
Hundreds of thousands of stolen, Colonial Era artefacts are on display in Western museums. Will they ever be returned home?
48% of the Australian continent has been razed for mining and agriculture. The key to its restoration lies in 65,000 years of Aboriginal knowledge.
What does it mean to be ‘gender diverse’? And should gender even matter?