Global Environment and Sustainable Development
Explore the links between global environmental change and human wellbeing. You will learn about the connections between environmental and developmental challenges. You will also analyse the cultural practices and the legal and policy structures that shape and respond to those challenges.
As a Global Studies graduate, you will be a competent global citizen. In addition to language skills and related regional knowledge, your research skills and strong practical knowledge will prepare you for leadership roles in a variety of sectors including foreign affairs, NGOs, international media, education and tourism.
|Stage I||EARTHSCI 105, ECON 151, ECON 152, ENVSCI 101, GEOG 102, GLOBAL 101, HISTORY 103, INTBUS 151, POLITICS 106, URBPLAN 101|
|Stage II||GEOG 205, GLOBAL 277, GLOBAL 278, GLOBAL 279, GLOBAL 280, MEDIA 231, PACIFIC 204, PHIL 250, POLITICS 205, SOCIOL 229, URBPLAN 201|
|Stage III||ANTHRO 350, ENVSCI 303, GEOG 320, GEOG 324, GEOG 325, GLOBAL 377, GLOBAL 378, GLOBAL 379, GLOBAL 380, LAWENVIR 420, LAWENVIR 430, LAWPUBL 435, LAWPUBL 446, LAWPUBL 458, MEDIA 332, POLITICS 313, POLITICS 355, PHIL 351, SOCIOL 307, URBPLAN 301, URBPLAN 306|
You will need to pass at least 150 points (10 courses) from those listed above, including at least 45 points (three courses) at Stage III. Each course is worth 15 points.
If you are taking the Bachelor of Global Studies as part of a conjoint programme, you will need to pass at least 120 points (8 courses) from those listed above, including at least 45 points (three courses) at Stage III. Each course is worth 15 points.
Your major must include:
- 15 points: ENVSCI 101
- 30 points from ECON 151 or 152, GLOBAL 101,
HISTORY 103, POLITICS 106
- Development officer
- Environmental consultant
- Environmental policy analyst
- Humanitarian relief worker
- NGO worker