Depth of academic choice

ANU offers programs and courses in a range of academic areas. These academic areas are broadly grouped together and delivered by the seven ANU Colleges and the National Security College.

Most undergraduate and graduate coursework programs allow students to elect specific courses and study across multiple academic areas.

Includes humanities, languages, social sciences, classics, English, creative arts, archaeology, anthropology, politics and more.

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Includes Asia-Pacific Studies, Asian languages, Asia-Pacific security, international business, linguistics, international affairs and more.

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Includes accounting, business, finance, actuarial studies, management and more.

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Includes mechanical and electrical engineering, software engineering, IT, computer science and more.

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Law

Includes, international and public law, environmental law, government and commercial law, international security, migration law, legal practice, governance, development and more.

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Including, genetics, chemistry, biology, climate, psychology, physics, nature, geoscience, astrophysics, statistics, mathematical physics, mathematical computation and more.

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The ANU Medical School offers a four-year graduate entry medical degree, the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery. The program explores several key themes including medical sciences, clinical skills, population health, social foundations, professionalism and leadership, rural experience and Indigenous health.

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Including security, security policy, war, biological threats, ethics, technology and more.

National Security College degrees and courses are taught at graduate and higher degree research levels only.

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