Want to improve the wellbeing of millions of people worldwide? This course will help you tackle the political, economic, cultural and ecological challenges leading to extreme poverty, poor health, fragile governance, inequality and environmental vulnerability. All of these issues require professionals with the practical skills and analytical capacity to build resilience at a national and community level. Delivered by specialists from the humanities, social sciences, medicine, business and economics, education and law, the course offers a multi-disciplinary approach to sustainable development with six streams: Democracy, justice and governance; Gender, peace and security; Global Migration, Crisis, change management and leadership; Sustainable economies and Sustainable resource management.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 79
The course is structured in five parts. Part A. Foundations of International development practice, Part B. Principal study, Part C. Applied study, Part D. Professional enhancement and Part E. Specialist study.
You need to satisfy the following entrance requirements to be considered for entry to this course.
Minimum Entry Requirements (International students)
Entry level 1:
96 points to complete Duration: 2 years full-time
An Australian bachelor degree (or equivalent) with at least credit (60%) average, or equivalent qualification and experience approved by the faculty.
Fees are subject to change annually.