Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Understanding the sustainability issues of today is key to solving the challenges of the future. From business and technology to social sciences and the environment, sustainability impacts every aspect of human endeavour. Now, more than ever, employers are looking for graduates with an in-depth, up-to-date knowledge of environmental technologies, legislation, and societal trends. Bond’s Bachelor of Global Studies (Sustainability) is a unique multi-disciplinary program that combines International Relations and Sustainability to develop active global citizens with knowledge and skills enabling you to contribute to the development of sustainable societies of the future.
TOTAL CREDIT POINTS : 240
- BMED12-123: Global Health Issues (10CP)ENGL12-106: World Literature (10CP)GLBE11-100: Climate Change and the Future World (10CP)IBUS12-250: International Business (10CP)INTR12-230: Terrorism (10CP)INTR13-309: Diplomacy: Theory and Practice (10CP)INTR13-313: Contemporary Globalisations (10CP)LING11-102: World Languages (10CP)SSUD11-102: Sustainable Development and Society (10CP)
Standard entry requirements
Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank
|Campus||Fees||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|Gold Coast||International: $129,600||Yes|
Graduates of this program will have an increased understanding of critical sustainability issues in the global and local contexts. They will have cognitive skills to identify, analyse and synthesise knowledge relating to different causes and possible solutions of global sustainability challenges. Graduates could expect to find employment in the following fields: Community Development, Foreign Agricultural and Fisheries, Environmental Impact Assessment, Ethical Supply Chain Management, Diplomacy and Trade.