Course: Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Management (822AA)
Award: Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
Course Level: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Design
University Admissions Centre (UAC) Course Code: 362343
CRICOS Code: 056111G
Offered Locations and Delivery Modes:
- UC Bruce Campus
This combined degree offers an outstanding opportunity for students who are interested in working as managers in international contexts.
The Bachelor of Arts in International Studies degree gives students the opportunity to attain intercultural understandings and develop conceptual knowledge of international issues. International Studies investigate the interplay of cultural, political and economic forces in the regional and global arena. A highly recommended international exchange semester provides first-hand international experience.
The Bachelor of Management is designed for those who are making, or who plan to make, their careers in management in the business, public and non-governmental sectors. It is suitable both for those who have recently completed secondary studies and for those with some work experience. The course combines conceptual understanding and a practical orientation in Management, with majors in Government and Politics, and Management, Governance and Policy.
Students who wish to take out a single degree in the BA International Studies only will be able to do so upon completion of the academic requirements for that degree. To ensure the single degree course can be completed in the minimum time of six semesters for a single degree, students must seek the advice of the course convener during the first year of their study.
96 credit points comprising:
(a) Required (66 credit points)
International Studies components as follows (42 credit points):
- MJ0128 Major in International Studies (18 credit points)
- MN0132 Minor in Human Rights and Social Justice (12 credit points)
Required units as follows (12 credit points):
8668 Introduction to International Studies
8669 Introduction to International Development
8670 International Studies Field Research
8512 International Studies Internship
Management components as follows (24 credit points):
- MN0145 Minor in Business Foundation (12 credit points)
Management required units as follows (12 credit points):
6606 Government-Business Relations
8732 Problem Analysis and Statistics
8730 Problem Evaluation and Resolution
4977 Introduction to Business Law
(b) Restricted choice (30 credit points)
Foundation units (6 credit points)
Students will choose two units from the list of Arts and Design Foundation units.
Further information on the Foundation Year can be found on the Foundation Year webpage.
Management components as follows (24 credit points)
One of the following Management Restricted Majors as follows:
- MJ0196 Major in Entrepreneurial Management
- MJ0047 Major in Government & Politics
- MJ0085 Major in Management, Governance & Policy
- MJ0190 Major in Public Sector Management
Typical Course Structure
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|8668 Introduction to International Studies||8169 Globalisation and Resistance|
|Foundation unit||Foundation unit|
|6606 Government-Business Relations||8732 Problem Analysis and Statistics|
|5617 Accounting for Managers||4207 Introduction to Management|
|8730 Problem Evaluation and Resolution||4977 Introduction to Business Law|
|6355 Introduction to Economics||6357 Introduction to Marketing|
|8510 Global Ethical Challenges||8166 Anarchy and Order in International Relations|
|8671 Cultures and Diversity||8511 International History of the 20th Century|
|8669 Introduction to International Development||8513 International Human Rights|
|International Studies Major unit 5||International Studies Major unit 6|
|Management Major unit 1|| |
Management Major unit 3
|Management Major unit 2||Management Major unit 4|
|8167 Global Peace and Conflict Studies||8168 Global Social Movements|
|8670 International Studies Field Research||8512 International Studies Internship|
|Management Major unit 5||Management Major unit 7|
|Management Major unit 6||Management Major unit 8|
* Depending on the course structure of the other degree, students will be advised which semester is most appropriate for students to go on exchange to a UC partner university overseas to further their studies.
8 semesters full time or equivalent part time. Maximum 20 semesters.
Attainment of the published ATAR or its equivalent of either the Bachelor of Arts in International Studies or Bachelor of Management (whichever is higher).
Refer to assumed knowledge entries for individual courses.