Issues involving development, poverty, inequality and environmental sustainability are some of the most important in the world today.
The Bachelor of Development Studies deals with these key issues in a current and global context. When you study a degree in development studies, you can go on to make a positive difference in the world.
The development studies degree is very interdisciplinary, which means the courses you study are from a wide range of areas including Aboriginal studies, economics, geography, politics and environmental studies. This will provide you with a broad range of experience in different fields.
Hear and learn from those that did the course and what they have been able to do with the knowledge they acquired
Graduates can work in: Public sector research and policy analysis; NGO and humanitarian work; advocacy/lobbying; education; development programme planning and/or implementation; managing volunteers; local and international journalism; immigration and refugee services; travel and tourism work; cross-cultural relations consultancy; public relations and communications; urban planning; international development; public health; community work; local government advisory work; social science, environmental and climate change research among others.
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