The Bachelor of Development Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences is offered by Australian National University.
Program Length: 3 YEARS.
Want to make positive changes and help the Third World? The ANU Bachelor of Development Studies is the right degree for you.ANU is a leader in the field of Development Studies and has established relationships with Australian and international aid and development organisations.You will gain an inter-disciplinary understanding of theory and practice concerning the processes of development in the Third World, with special competence concerning one or two of four areas: Central Asia and the Middle East, China, Oceania, South and Southeast Asia, together with a solid background in one of the relevant social science disciplines.
Employment OpportunitiesGraduates have opportunities to work in a broad range of sectors. Some of these include aid agencies, multi-national companies, non-government organisations, government departments and international bodies, such as the United Nations.
- identify the theory and principles of development
- analyse the practice of development through multilateral, bilateral, government and non-government agencies.
- recall critical development issues in particular regions of the South
- engage in one of the social science disciplines or a language other than English