Department Courses

The Arts, Languages and Humanities Department offers five classes of degree which can lead to the careers in education, books, journalism, culture and communication, heritage, planning and development or allow the graduate to work in international exchange programmes.

Obtaining one of these degrees opens the possibility to further study in two master’s programmes. The Master of Planning and Development of the Pacific Territories is aimed primarily at geography students who wish to work in all sectors that use geographical information for operational purposes. The Master of Oceania and Pacific Studies trains future New Caledonian managers and is the only course available for students to work on the social issues of the Oceania/Pacific area.

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Master

Master of Land Management and Local Development

Planning and Development of The Pacific Territories Pathway

Civilisations, Cultures and Society

Oceanian and Pacific Studies Pathway
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Degree

History

Geography and Planning

Arts

Pathway • PE
• CAPES
• Didactique du purilinguisme
• Métiers des lettres, cultures et de la communication

LLCER (1)
Oceanian Languages and Cultures

LLCER (1)
English

Course • Primary Teacher

LEA (2)
English - Spanish

LEA (2)
English - Japanese

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BAC

L1 and L2 pooled

 

(1) Languages, Literatures, Foreign and Regional Civilisations
(2) Applied Foreign Languages

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Director

Éléonore Lainé Forrest
Lecturer in American Studies

 

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