Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This interdisciplinary course introduces students to the theory and practice of development on a global level and allows them to consider an ethical approach that considers social, cultural and environmental factors. Students cover important topics like the issues of gender, poverty and empowerment, the history and politics of developmental theory and learn how to design and evaluate an international project. Graduates could work in the public development sector, for multinational organisations or as a project manager or consultant for companies like the Australian Red Cross or World Vision.
12 credit points
- International development
Standard entry requirements
Applicants must have an undergraduate degree or equivalent as approved by the University.
Pathway into a Graduate Diploma in International Development or Master of International Development.
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