Bachelor of International Security Studies

Australian National University (ANU)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00120C

Do you see yourself shaping Australia's foreign policy decisions? Or working with elite international organisations like the United Nations or our top spy agencies? The Bachelor of International Security Studies can help you make your dream career a reality.When you study the Bachelor of International Security Studies you will delve deeply into the contemporary security threats facing nations, international organisations and businesses around the world – including the threat of military power, civil war, terrorism, cybercrime, environmental degradation and food security to name just a few. Read more about this degree on our website.

Structure

The Bachelor of International Security Studies requires completion of 144 units

Subjects

  • International security studies

Standard entry requirements

An Australian year 12 qualification or international equivalent

Recognition

State and Federal Government educational authorities

Study pathways

Credit will be granted for equivalent studies as appropriate at other universities or equivalent institutions. The College has flexible credit arrangements and up to 1/3 of the program (the elective sequence) may be granted as credit for prior tertiary studies.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Canberra International: $136,080 Yes
  • Full-time : 3 years

Further information

This course can be taken as part of a flexible double degree which allows students to combine two Bachelor degrees of their choice. Students can build their own combination to suit both a career path and a personal passion with other degrees such as Law, Commerce and Asian Studies. They may be eligible for bonus points towards their ATAR for this program.

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