The Bachelor of Global Studies is designed for those who aspire to be leaders in making social change, this course enables students to find creative ways to tackle challenges facing cultures and communities throughout the world.
Innovative new course
There are a number of exciting features that set this course apart.
There are core units focusing on leadership development, a broad range of multidisciplinary electives, an overseas study component, a choice of three specialisations and the option of taking as part of a double degree course.
And underpinning this is a focus on the practical application of knowledge and skills to real-life scenarios.
The Global Scholars Program is available to support students financially for the international travel aspect of their course.
Central to the program are core units built around leadership for social change. Taken over three years, students will acquire a thorough understanding of forms of leadership, the drivers of social change, and how to apply their learning in practical and professional real-life contexts. Classes are delivered through workshops where students are engaged in problem-based learning.
The Bachelor of Global Studies is an interdisciplinary degree offering a choice of numerous electives. For example, students can take electives from history, communications, politics, sociology, human rights, criminology, languages or anthropology. This choice allows students to further tailor the degree to their interests.
Bachelor of Global Studies Course Outline
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Major: 8 units (48 points) taken over 3 years. This is the area of study you choose to specialise in.
Minor: 4 units (24 points) taken from an area of study that is different to your major.
You must complete 48 credit points (8 units) of your course before you are eligible to go on exchange. Usually this means waiting until your second or third year of study to go on exchange.
We consider you an international student if you are not:
- an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or
- an Australian permanent resident.
Note: We consider Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents as local students.
Find out more information on how to apply as an international student
An extended major made up of 12 units (96 points) taken over three years.