|Degree:||Bachelor of Arts (BA)|
|University website:||Humanities, Society and Culture: Language, Communication and Culture|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||218,000 CZK|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||254,900 CZK|
The B.A. in Humanities, Society and Culture: Language, Communication and Culture concentration explores how meaning is created and symbolically conveyed through language, literature, art, and film.
Students will learn to recognize and employ effective communication skills which will enable them to address and solve complex theoretical and practical issues in diverse and evolving contexts. They will develop an understanding of linguistic, semiotic, psychological, and social and anthropological perspectives on communication.
The Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, Society and Culture is a 3-year study program. To graduate, students must accumulate 90 US credits (180 ECTS credits) by completing 30 courses.
Beyond the classroom, you can also join student clubs like Model UN and Film Club, discuss current political issues with professors and local experts at an event like ‘Professors in the Pub’ or stop by one of our movie nights or poetry readings in the Library featuring professors and internationally published authors.
AAU’s Career Center also connects students with numerous professional internships in the Czech Republic and abroad every year.
Graduates of the B.A. in Humanities, Society and Culture: Language, Communication and Culture can expect to:
AAU graduates thrive in multinational environments and are able to communicate professionally in English to international audiences. As a graduate of this degree program, you will be well equipped to continue your graduate studies or pursue a global career in areas such as:
The Bachelor’s degree awarded is concurrently recognized as a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in the United States, per AAU’s accreditation by the WASC Senior College and University Commission, and as a Bakalář (Bc.) in the Czech Republic, per AAU’s accreditation by the National Accreditation Bureau for Higher Education (NABHE). Graduates may select whether to use the U.S. post-nominal or the Czech pre-nominal title.
This concentration is accredited by the Academic Council of Anglo-American University. Its completion will be indicated on the transcript and diploma supplement.