UNSW Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is a constituent body of the University of New South Wales, Australia. Initially established as the Faculty of Arts in 1960 under founding Dean, Professor Morven Brown, it was renamed the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in 1990.
It comprises four schools: Arts and Media, Education, Humanities and Languages, and Social Sciences. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offers over 45 undergraduate degree programs and 27 postgraduate coursework programs. 
At the university's Kensington campus, the faculty occupies the Morven Brown and Robert Webster buildings, as well as parts of the John Goodsell Building.
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