Bachelor of Government and International Relations

Program code

1399

Available at

Nathan

Gold Coast

Mount Gravatt

Logan

South Bank

Online

Offshore

Other

Duration

3 years full-time
6 years part-time

Credit points

240

Indicative fee

$6,566.00* per year (more)
* 2019 indicative annual CSP fee

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Entry requirements

15

OP 2019

66

Rank 2019 (more)

OR VET qualification

Certificate III

Offered in

Trimester 1 and Trimester 2

Prerequisites

  • English (4SA)

Assumed knowledge

Nil

OP 1-6 Guarantee

If you receive an OP 1-6 or equivalent and meet subject prerequisites, you are guaranteed a place in this program.

My details

Programs change over time. Course lists and requirements are specific to the year you started studying.

 

For Domestic and those International students not required to complete the English Language Enhancement course.

For the award of Bachelor of Government and International Relations (BGovIntRel), you must successfully complete 240 credit points, made up of the core courses AND

  • 60 credit points for the International Relations major or Politics and Public Policy major; AND
      • 60 credit points for a second major and 20 credit points of listed and/or Undergraduate free-choice elective/s, or
      • 80 credit points of listed electives and/or Undergraduate free-choice elective/s;
    AND
  • 10 credit points for an Employability elective course.

Other program requirements

You must successfully complete:

  • no more than 100 credit points of Level 1 courses (the first digit of a course code denotes the level);
  • at least 60 credit points of Level 3 courses or higher.

This degree/s may be awarded with Distinction where a student achieves a minimum program GPA of 6.5 with no failed courses. The words 'This award was achieved with Distinction' will be recorded on the testamur and will appear below the conferral date of the award.

Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Level and Type

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. This qualification is accredited as an AQF Level 7 - Bachelor Degree.

English Language Enhancement

Domestic students enrolled in this program whose first language is not English may complete the following English Language Enhancement (ELE) course as an elective.

Students whose first language is English are not permitted to undertake this ELE course.

Program learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes communicate to the community the value of the Griffith educational experience as benchmarked against national qualification standards.

Program Learning Outcomes for this award describe the knowledge, skills and the application of knowledge and skills you will acquire through studying the Griffith program of your choice.

Note: Students must check the prerequisite and incompatible requirements before selecting any course within this program.

Courses in this program may be available at multiple campuses and during different trimesters. Click the course code to find out more information on where and when the course is offered.

English Language Enhancement course

International students required to complete the English Language Enhancement course must complete the following course in their first trimester of study in place of an elective:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 5904LHS Language and Communication for Arts and Social Sciences  10

Year 1

You must complete the following courses (students electing to complete two majors are advised to contact their Program Director for advice in planning their program):

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 1101GIR Introduction to Politics  10
Tri 1,3 1001GIR International Relations (offered Tri 3 at Nathan only) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3   Foundation courses for second major  20
OR
Tri 1,2 or 3   Listed and/or Free-choice electives  20
Tri 1,2 or 3   Listed and/or Free-choice electives  20
OR
Tri 1,2 or 3   Courses for second major  20
Tri 2 1102GIR The Mechanics of Power  10
Tri 2 1003GIR Globalisation, the Asia-Pacific and Australia  10

Year 2

You must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2001GIR Introduction to Political Philosophy  10
Tri 1 2005GIR Governments, Markets and Communities  10
Tri 2 2017GIR International Relations Theory  10
Tri 1,2   International Relations major courses  30
OR
Tri 1,2   Politics and Public Policy major courses  30
Tri 1,2 or 3   Listed and/or Free-choice electives  20
OR
Tri 1,2 or 3   Courses for second major  20

Year 3

You must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2   International Relations major courses  30
OR
Tri 1,2   Politics and Public Policy major courses  30
Tri 1,2 or 3   Listed and/or Free-choice electives  20
OR
Tri 1,2 or 3   Courses for second major  20
Tri 1,2 or 3   Employability Elective  10
Tri 2 3013GIR Power and Policy Making  10
Tri 2 3001GIR Solving Policy Problems (capstone course) 10

You must complete the following foundation courses for the major:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 or 3 1101IBA Management Concepts  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 1005IBA Introduction to International Business  10
OR
Tri 1,2 1008IBA Understanding Asia (Tri 1 NA; Tri 2 GC) 10

You must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2028IBA Asian Business  10
Tri 1 2029IBA Family Business in Asia (not offered at GC in 2019) 10
Tri 2 2011IBA Export Management  10
Tri 1 3017IBA Crime, Business and Politics in Asia  10
Tri 3 3004IBA Intercultural Management (also offered online via OUA in Study Period 1) 10
Tri 2 3012IBA The Social Context of Asian Business (capstone course) 10

Students may only undertake a language major in which they are not native speakers. Language courses must be taken in sequence in accordance with the prerequisites specified. Students may commence at either first or second year depending on their level of proficiency.

Those who have completed Year 11 and 12 language study at secondary school or have some other level of proficiency should contact the relevant language coordinator (via the School Administrative Officer) to discuss the level at which to enrol.

You must complete 80 credit points from the following courses, including at least 20 credit points at third year level:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 1084LHS Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin) 1A  10
Tri 2 1085LHS Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin) 1B  10
Tri 1 2010LHS Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin) 2A  20
Tri 2 2011LHS Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin) 2B  20
Tri 1 3010LHS Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin) 3A  20
Tri 2 3011LHS Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin) 3B  20

You must complete the following foundation courses for the major:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 or 3 1303AFE Economics for Decision Making 1  10
Tri 1,2 1305AFE Business Data Analysis  10

You must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 or 3 2303AFE Economics for Decision Making 2 (offered Tri 3 at Gold Coast only) 10
Tri 1 2304AFE Intermediate Macroeconomics  10
Tri 1 2305AFE Intermediate Microeconomics  10
Tri 1,2 3311AFE Cost Benefit Analysis Applications (GC Tri 1; NA Tri 2) 10
Tri 1 3305AFE Applied Econometrics  10
Tri 2 3312AFE Economic Policy Analysis  10

A French major may be completed by applying via the Brisbane Universities Language Alliance website. Students may only undertake a language major in which they are not native speakers. Students unsure of their proficiency levels should contact the School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland prior to enrolling. Students should contact the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith for further details.

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2   Courses undertaken at University of Queensland  80

A German major may be completed by applying via the Brisbane Universities Language Alliance website. Students may only undertake a language major in which they are not native speakers. Students unsure of their German proficiency levels should contact the School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland prior to enrolling. Students should contact the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith for further details.

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2   Courses undertaken at University of Queensland  80

An Indonesian language major may be completed by applying via the Brisbane Universities Language Alliance website. Students may only undertake a language major in which they are not native speakers. Students unsure of their Indonesian proficiency levels should contact the School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland prior to enrolling. Students should contact the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith for further details.

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2   Courses undertaken at University of Queensland  80

You must complete the following foundation courses for the major:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2 or 3 1101IBA Management Concepts  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 1005IBA Introduction to International Business  10
OR
Tri 1,2 1008IBA Understanding Asia (Tri 1 NA; Tri 2 GC) 10

You must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2002IBA Firm Behaviours and Business Strategy  10
Tri 1 2005IBA Comparative Management  10
Tri 1 2028IBA Asian Business  10
Tri 1 3001IBA International Trade and Competition (capstone course) 10
Tri 2 3042MKT Marketing Globally  10
Tri 2 3209AFE International Finance  10

You must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2020GIR Global Security  10
Tri 1 3012GIR Australia's Foreign Relations  10
Tri 2 2019GIR Politics of International Law and Organisations  10

You must complete 30 credit points from the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2009GIR Economic Ideas and Political Institutions (not offered in 2019) 10
Tri 1 3007GIR American Foreign Policy  10
Tri 1 3018GIR Terrorism, Counter-terrorism, and Globalisation  10
Tri 1 3027GIR Business and Politics in the Asia Pacific Region  10
Tri 2 2006GIR Politics, Spin and the Media  10
Tri 2 2015GIR Comparative Politics of Southeast Asia (not offered in 2019) 10
Tri 2 3010GIR China and the World  10
Tri 2 2016GIR Power in East Asia  10
Tri 2 3008GIR Human Rights in World Politics  10
Tri 2 3016GIR The Politics of Identity: Religion, Culture and Globalisation  10
Tri 3 3017GIR The Way of the Dictator  10
Tri 1,2,3 3021GIR Research Project  20

You must complete the following foundation course for the major:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 1603LHS Islam in the Modern World  10

You must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 2 2611LHS Islam, Media and Conflict (not offered from 2020) 10
OR
Tri 1 2615LHS Religious and Ideological Extremism  10
Tri 2 2614LHS Gender Issues in Islam and Muslim Societies  10
Tri 3 3612LHS Islam and Muslim Communities in the West  10
Tri 2 3613LHS Major Themes in Islamic Tradition  10

Note 1: Available to students of any year. This course will be offered during Trimester 3. Participation is based on a selection process. The application round is conducted in Trimester 1 prior to the tour.

You must complete 20 credit points from the following list:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 2 3145LHS War, Peace and Security: Humanity and History  10
Tri 2 3550LHS Migration, Settlement and Integration  10
Tri 3 3609LHS Advanced Islamic Studies  10
Tri 3 3620LHS Muslim World Study Tour (see Note 1) 20

Note 1: Available to students of any year. This course will be offered during Trimester 3. Participation is based on a selection process. The application round is conducted in Trimester 1 prior to the tour.

Students may only undertake a language major in which they are not native speakers. Language courses must be taken in sequence in accordance with the prerequisites specified. Students may commence at either first or second year depending on their level of proficiency.

Students who have completed Year 11 and 12 language study at secondary school or have some other level of proficiency should contact the relevant language coordinator (via the School Administrative Officer) to discuss the level at which to enrol. Not all courses are offered at all campuses. Please contact the relevant language coordinator for further information.

You must complete the following course:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2095LHS Contemporary Italy: A Survey (compulsory course) 10
You must complete 70 credit points from the following courses, including at least 20 credit points at third year level:
Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 1090LHS Italian 1A  10
OR
Tri 3 1092LHS Intensive Italian 1A  10
Tri 2 1091LHS Italian 1B  10
OR
Tri 3 1093LHS Intensive Italian 1B (offered South Bank only) 10
Tri 1 2090LHS Italian 2A (offered South Bank only) 10
Tri 2 2091LHS Italian 2B Spoken (offered South Bank only) 10
Tri 2 2092LHS Italian 2B Written (offered South Bank only) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3191LHS In-Country Independent Study (not offered from 2018) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3192LHS In-Country Independent Study Enhanced  20
Tri 1 3092LHS Italy Through the News (not offered from 2018) 10
Tri 1 3094LHS Italian Literature and Society (offered Nathan only) 10
Tri 1 3294LHS Italian Literature and Society Enhanced (offered Nathan only) 20
Tri 2 3093LHS Italy through the Theatre and Cinema (not offered from 2018) 10
Tri 2 3190LHS Italy through Food (not offered from 2018) 10

Students may only undertake a language major in which they are not native speakers. Language courses must be taken in sequence in accordance with the prerequisites specified. A language major must include at least 20 credit points of third year level courses. Students may commence at either first or second year depending on their level of proficiency.

Students who have completed Year 11 and 12 language study at secondary school or have some other level of proficiency should contact the relevant Language Coordinator (via the Program Support Officer) to discuss the level at which to enrol.

You must complete 80 credit points for the major:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 1032LHS Japanese 1A  10
Tri 2 1033LHS Japanese 1B  10

Note 1: Students will only be able to enrol in 1024LHS based on a selection process. Priority will be given to students currently enrolled in a Japanese language course. Students must have completed 1032LHS Japanese 1A or equivalent at least before enrolling in this course.

Note 2: 3566LHS contains online and work-integrated learning components.

You must complete 60 credit points from the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2040LHS Japanese 2A  10
OR
Tri 1 2043LHS Japanese 2A Enhanced  20
Tri 1 2406LHS Japanese Society and Pop Culture  10
Tri 2 2042LHS Japanese 2B  10
OR
Tri 2 2045LHS Japanese 2B Enhanced  20
Tri 1 3040LHS Japanese 3A  20
Tri 2 3041LHS Japanese 3B (not offered from 2018) 20
Tri 2 3533LHS Japanese for Professional Purposes  10
OR
Tri 1 3534LHS Business Japanese 2 (offered Gold Coast only) 10
Tri 2 3536LHS Japanese Linguistics (not offered from 2017) 10
Tri 3 2424LHS Japan Study Tour (see Note 1) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3060LHS Advanced Project (see Note 1) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3200LHS Independent Internship (see Note 1) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3192LHS In-Country Independent Study Enhanced (see Note 1) 20
Tri 1,2 or 3 5010LHS Language Exchange Study (see Note 1) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 5020LHS Language Exchange Study (see Note 1) 20
Tri 1,2 or 3 5030LHS Language Exchange Study (see Note 1) 30
Tri 1,2 or 3 5040LHS Language Exchange Study (see Note 1) 40
Tri 1,2 or 3 5050LHS Language Exchange Study (see Note 1) 50

Note 1: These courses are only open to students who have gained approval to enrol from the Course Convenor and Program Director.

A Korean language major may be completed by applying via the Brisbane Universities Language Alliance website. Students may only undertake a language major in which they are not native speakers. Students unsure of their Korean proficiency levels should contact the School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland prior to enrolling. Students should contact the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith for further details.

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2   Courses undertaken at the University of Queensland  80

You must complete the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2013GIR Political Leadership  10
Tri 2 3102GIR Great Political Debates  10
Tri 2 3019GIR Parties, Campaigns and Elections  10

You must complete 30 credit points from the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2002GIR Australian Politics and Government  10
Tri 1 2008GIR Chinese Government and Politics  10
Tri 1 2101GIR The Politics of Sustainability  10
Tri 1 2009GIR Economic Ideas and Political Institutions (not offered in 2019) 10
Tri 1 3018GIR Terrorism, Counter-terrorism, and Globalisation  10
Tri 1 3027GIR Business and Politics in the Asia Pacific Region  10
Tri 2 2006GIR Politics, Spin and the Media  10
Tri 2 2015GIR Comparative Politics of Southeast Asia (not offered in 2019) 10
Tri 3 2010GIR Introduction to American Politics  10
Tri 2 2012GIR European Democracy in the Twenty-First Century  10
Tri 2 3016GIR The Politics of Identity: Religion, Culture and Globalisation  10
Tri 3 3017GIR The Way of the Dictator  10
Tri 1,2,3 3021GIR Research Project  20
Tri 1,2,3 2004GIR Government-Business Relations (offered Tri 3 at Nathan only) 10

Students unsure of their proficiency levels should contact the School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland prior to enrolling. Students should contact the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith for further details.

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1,2   Courses undertaken at University of Queensland  80

Students unsure of their proficiency levels should contact the Language Coordinator in the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences prior to enrolling.

You must complete 80 credit points from the following courses, including at least 20 credit points at third year level:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 1080LHS Spanish 1A  10
Tri 2 1081LHS Spanish 1B  10

You must complete a minimum of 60 credit points from the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2080LHS Spanish 2A  10
OR
Tri 1 2082LHS Spanish 2A (Enhanced)  20
Tri 2 2081LHS Spanish 2B  10
OR
Tri 2 2083LHS Spanish 2B (Enhanced)  20
Tri 2 3083LHS Spanish for Professional Purposes  10
OR
Tri 2 3087LHS Spanish for Professional Purposes (Enhanced)  20
Tri 1 3090LHS A Window into Hispanic Cultures (Enhanced)  20

Elective courses may be available at multiple campuses and during a different trimester. Click on the course code to find out more information on where and when the course is offered.

Level 1

You must ensure that you do not exceed the maximum of Level 1 courses (100 credit points) in your entire program.

Note: Students electing to complete a second major must complete the required foundation course/s for that major.

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 1004IBA Modernising Asia  10
Tri 1 1043SCG Introduction to Environmental Sustainability  10
Tri 1 1007LHS Understanding the Social World  10
Tri 1 1603LHS Islam in the Modern World (Islam-West Relations major) 10
Tri 1,2 1008IBA Understanding Asia (Tri 1 NA; Tri 2 GC) (Asian Business major, International Business major) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 1203AFE Money, Banking and Finance (offered Tri 3 at Nathan only) 10
Tri 1,2 1305AFE Business Data Analysis (Economics major) 10
Tri 1,2   Foundation courses for Language majors (see Note 1) 20
Tri 1,2 or 3 1303AFE Economics for Decision Making 1 (Economics major) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 1101IBA Management Concepts (Asian Business major, International Business major) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 1005IBA Introduction to International Business (Asian Business major, International Business major) 10
Tri 1 1705LHS Foundations of Western Culture  10
Tri 2 1010IBA The Politics of Religion in Asia  10
Tri 2 1117LHS World History  10

Note 1: Students can complement their studies with a language major. Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Spanish are available at Nathan and Gold Coast. Modern Greek is offered online via cross-institutional study at Flinders University. Students enrolled at the Nathan campus may complete a language through cross-institutional study at The University of Queensland: French, German, Indonesian, Korean and Russian. Students should contact the University of Queensland, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies or School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science for further details.

Level 2 and 3
Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2002GIR Australian Politics and Government  10
Tri 1 2013GIR Political Leadership  10
Tri 1 2101GIR The Politics of Sustainability  10
Tri 1 2008GIR Chinese Government and Politics  10
Tri 1 2009GIR Economic Ideas and Political Institutions (not offered in 2019) 10
Tri 1 3007GIR American Foreign Policy  10
Tri 1 3018GIR Terrorism, Counter-terrorism, and Globalisation  10
Tri 1 3027GIR Business and Politics in the Asia Pacific Region  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 2004GIR Government-Business Relations (offered Tri 3 at Nathan only) 10
Tri 2 3010GIR China and the World  10
Tri 3 2010GIR Introduction to American Politics  10
Tri 2 2012GIR European Democracy in the Twenty-First Century  10
Tri 2 2006GIR Politics, Spin and the Media  10
Tri 2 2015GIR Comparative Politics of Southeast Asia (not offered in 2019) 10
Tri 2 2016GIR Power in East Asia  10
Tri 2 3013GIR Power and Policy Making  10
Tri 2 2019GIR Politics of International Law and Organisations  10
Tri 2 3008GIR Human Rights in World Politics  10
Tri 2 3016GIR The Politics of Identity: Religion, Culture and Globalisation  10
Tri 3 3017GIR The Way of the Dictator  10
Tri 2 3019GIR Parties, Campaigns and Elections  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3021GIR Research Project  20
Employability electives

You must complete a minimum of 10 credit points from the following courses:

Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 3101GIR Work Placement (Political Practice)  10
Tri 2 3004GIR Parliamentary Project  10
Tri 1,3 2008EHR Business Communication (Tri 1: OL,GC,NA; Tri 3: GC,NA) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3114IBA Management Problem Solving (Tri 1&2: GC,NA; Tri 3: OL) 10
Tri 1,2 3001GBS UG Business Internship I  10
Tri 1,2 3000GBS UG Business Internship II  20
Tri 1,2 3035IBA Asian Politics/Business Research Project (offered at NA from 2019) 10
Tri 1,2 3400THS Career Development  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 2043MKT Entrepreneurship and New Business Ventures (Tri 1: NA,OL; Tri 2: SB,GC; Tri 3: NA,GC) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3020GIR Independent Project  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3002LFC Community Internship  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3029MKT Self-Marketing (NA: Tri 1 & Tri 3; GC: Tri 2 & Tri 3) 10
Tri 2,3 3001EHR Negotiation  10
Tri 2 3038IBA The Business of Changing the World  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3031IBA Griffith Innovation Challenge  10
Tri 2 3014IBA International Business Negotiation  10
Tri 2 3102GBS Business Simulation  10
Tri 1 3101GBS Applied Work Integrated Learning in Start-Ups and Social Enterprise  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3002GBS Industry Project  10
Tri 3 3100AFE Engaging with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Business Communities  10
Tri 3 3016EHR Disruption, Technology and Workplaces  10
Tri 3 3003GBS UG Global Mobility Internship II  20
Tri 3 2022IBA China Field Study  10
Tri 3 3034IBA Asian Immersion Study Tour  10
Tri 3 3381LHS Power, Politics and Trouble in Paradise: South Pacific Study Tour  10

You may select free-choice electives from the lists below or any Undergraduate free-choice elective offered across the University provided pre-requisites are met. You must ensure that you do not exceed the maximum of Level 1 courses (100 credit points) in your entire program. If you require guidance please liaise with your Program Director.

Business and Economics
Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2006EHR Health and Safety in the Workplace  10
Tri 1 2011EHR The Reality and Future of Work  10
Tri 1 2018THS Organising and Staging Major Sport Events  10
Tri 1 2150IBA Introduction to Supply Chain Management  10
Tri 1 2204AFE Financial Institutions Management  10
Tri 1 2204THS Tourism Management Principles  10
Tri 1 2219THS Event Management Principles  10
Tri 1 2315THS Event Marketing and Sponsorship  10
Tri 1 3009EHR International Human Resource Management  10
Tri 1,2 3010EHR Training and Development (Tri 1: NA,GC; Tri 2: OL) 10
Tri 1,2 3011EHR Performance Management (Tri 1: NA,GC; Tri 2: OL) 10
Tri 1 3015EHR Employment Relations Law  10
Tri 1 3117THS Facility and Venue Management  10
Tri 1 3118THS Planning Sustainable Communities  10
Tri 1,3 3144IBA Quality Management (Tri 1: OL,GC,NA; Tri 3: NA) 10
Tri 1 3145IBA Purchasing and Supply Management  10
Tri 1 3226THS Tourism Study Tour  10
Tri 1,2 1220THS Information Systems for Services Industries  10
Tri 1,2 2001EHR Management Employee Relations  10
Tri 2 2002MKT Corporate Communications and Public Relations  10
Tri 1,2 2005EHR Organisational Behaviour (Tri 1: OL,GC,NA; Tri 2: GC,NA) 10
Tri 1,2,3 2009EHR Recruitment and Selection (Tri 1&2: GC,NA; Tri 3: OL) 10
Tri 1 2029MKT Advertising and Creative Strategies  10
Tri 2 2034MKT Market Research  10
Tri 1,2 2036MKT Retail Marketing (Tri 1: SB,GC; Tri 2: OL,NA) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 2038MKT Personal Selling and Sales Management (Tri 1: SB & GC; Tri 2: NA; Tri 3: OL) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 2098MKT Branding and Promoting New Business Ventures (Tri 1: GC & SB; Tri 2: NA; Tri 3 OL) 10
Tri 1,2 2206AFE Investment Analysis and Management  10
Tri 1,2 2306AFE Quantitative Methods for Business Finance and Economics  10
Tri 2 3006MKT Services Marketing  10
Tri 1 3007MKT Social Marketing: Applying Marketing for Social Change  10
Tri 1,2,3 3012EHR Applied Human Resource Management and Change (Tri 1: GC,NA; Tri 2: GC,NA; Tri 3: OL) 10
Tri 1,2 3019MKT Franchising and Small Business (Tri 1: OL,NA; Tri 2: GC,SB) 10
Tri 2 3028MKT Marketing Strategy and Metrics  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3045MKT New Venture Business Planning (Tri 1: NA; Tri 2: GC & SB; Tri 3: OL) 10
Tri 1 3055MKT Green Marketing  10
Tri 1,2 3105AFE Law of Finance  10
Tri 1,2 3210AFE Advanced Corporate Finance  10
Tri 1,2 3311AFE Cost Benefit Analysis Applications  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 2043MKT Entrepreneurship and New Business Ventures (Tri 1: NA,OL; Tri 2: SB,GC; Tri 3: NA,GC) 10
Tri 1,2 or 3 2105AFE Introduction to Business Law  10
Tri 1,3 3040MKT Digital and Social Media Marketing  10
Tri 1,2 or 3 3112IBA Management Strategy and Decision Making (Tri 1: GC,NA; Tri 2: OL,GC,NA; Tri 3: NA) 10
Tri 1,3 2002EHR Human Resource Management Principles (Tri 1 NA,GC,OL; Tri 3 NA,GC) 10
Tri 1,3 2004MKT Consumer Psychology  10
Tri 1,3 2128IBA Business Processes (Tri 1&3: GC,NA; Tri 3: OL) 10
Tri 1,3 2201AFE Corporate Finance  10
Tri 2 2007EHR Labour Market Issues  10
Tri 2 2154IBA Business Logistics  10
Tri 2 2209THS Managing Projects in Service Industries  10
Tri 2 2214AFE Derivatives Securities  10
Tri 2 2220THS Athlete Management Principles  10
Tri 2 2313AFE Environmental and Energy Economics  10
Tri 2 3002EHR Electronic Human Resource Management  10
Tri 2 3006EHR Employment Strategies in Action  10
Tri 3 3013MKT Entertainment and the Arts Marketing  10
Tri 2 3155IBA Operations Management  10
Tri 2 3156IBA Applied Business Optimisation and Modelling  10
Tri 2 3204THS Event Evaluation  10
Tri 2 3207THS Event Business Development  10
Tri 2 3208AFE Portfolio Management  10
Tri 2 3213AFE Credit and Lending  10
Tri 2 3213THS Conference and Convention Management  10
Tri 2 3224THS Community Events and Festivals (not offered in 2018) 10
Tri 1 5223LAW Transitional Justice and the Rule of Law  10
Tri 2 5325LAW Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes  10
Tri 2,3 3006IBA Business Ethics and Corporate Governance (Tri 2: OL, GC & NA; Tri 3: NA) 10
Tri 2,3 3201THS Managing Risk in Tourism, Events and Hospitality  10
Tri 3 2026IBA Vietnam Study Tour  10
Humanities and Sociology
Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2059LHS A History of Nature  10
Tri 1 2101LHS Australia and the World: 1788 to the Present  10
Tri 1 2102LHS Television Studies  10
Tri 1 2139LHS Power and Politics (not offered from 2019) 10
OR
Tri 1 3056LHS Popular Music, Culture and Identity (offered online from 2019) 10
Tri 1 2141LHS Gothic Afterlives  10
Tri 1 2143LHS Sociology of Identity  10
Tri 1 2201LHS English as a Global Language  10
Tri 2 2203LHS Language, Technology and Social Media  10
Tri 1 2306LHS Documentary Studies (offered in T3 from 2019) 10
OR
Tri 1,2 or 3 3060LHS Advanced Project (offered from 2019) 10
Tri 1 2406LHS Japanese Society and Pop Culture  10
Tri 1 2718LHS Structures of (in)security  10
Tri 1 3025LHS Rethinking Journalism and Media  10
Tri 1 3034LHS Reconstructing the Aboriginal Australian  10
Tri 1 3052LHS Writing History  10
Tri 1 3054LHS Work and Leisure  10
Tri 1 3062LHS Transnational Indigenous Literatures  10
Tri 1 3063LHS Poetry and Poetic Imagination  10
Tri 1 3203LHS Discourse, Text and Power  10
Tri 1 3280LHS Contemporary Chinese Society and Culture  10
Tri 1 3301LHS World Cinema  10
Tri 1 3305LHS Media Audiences  10
Tri 1 3380LHS Politics of Law and Justice in China  10
Tri 1 3403LHS Translation as a bridge between cultures  10
Tri 1 3506LHS Feature Writing (not offered from 2021) 10
OR
Tri 1 3507LHS Human Rights, Media and Change  10
Tri 1 3518LHS Media Campaigns and Strategies  10
Tri 2 3550LHS Migration, Settlement and Integration  10
Tri 1 3723LHS Popular Genres  10
Tri 1,2 2545QCA Creative Thinking  10
Tri 1,3 2511LHS News Writing and Ethics (not offered from 2020) 10
OR
Tri 1 2505LHS Ethical Communication  10
Tri 1,3 2513LHS Media Law  10
Tri 1,3 2515LHS Media Relations  10
Tri 1 2007LHS Languages of East and Southeast Asia  10
Tri 2 2026LHS Sociology of Youth  10
Tri 2 2034LHS Aboriginal Political Histories  10
Tri 2 2054LHS The Body in History  10
Tri 2 2055LHS A History of Terrorism and Political Violence  10
Tri 2 2100LHS Hollywood Cinema  10
Tri 2 3150LHS Language and Gender  10
Tri 2 2501LHS Public Relations Theory, Ethics and Professional Practice  10
Tri 2 2509LHS Media, Politics and Public Opinion  10
Tri 2 2523LHS Digital Audio Media Production  10
Tri 2 2712GFS Asia Pacific Film  10
Tri 2 2715LHS Conflict and Forced Displacement  10
Tri 2 3053LHS Contemporary Aboriginal Issues  10
Tri 2 3055LHS Private Lives and Public Troubles  10
Tri 2 3105LHS News Production (not offered from 2021) 10
OR
Tri 2 3521LHS Social Media for Journalism and Public Relations  10
Tri 2 3145LHS War, Peace and Security: Humanity and History  10
Tri 2 3202LHS Intercultural Communication  10
Tri 2 3312LHS Australian Screen  10
Tri 2 3517LHS Crisis and Disaster Communication  10
Tri 3 2434LHS China Study Tour  10
Criminology and Environment
Trimester Course code Course title CP
Tri 1 2002CCJ Introduction to Policing  10
Tri 1 2003CCJ Introduction to Corrections  10
Tri 1 2416ENV Environmental Anthropology  10
Tri 1 3015CCJ Youth Justice  10
Tri 1 3016CCJ Race, Crime and Justice  10
Tri 1 3307ENV Environmental and Social Futures  10
Tri 1,3 2007CCJ Sociology of Crime  10
Tri 1,3 4118ENV Policymaking and Climate Change  10
Tri 2 2015CCJ Gender, Crime and Justice  10
Tri 2 2221ENV Environmental Politics and Policy  10
Tri 2 2281ENV Economics and the Environment  10
Tri 2 3018CCJ International Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice (not offered Gold Coast or Online in 2019) 10
Tri 2 3026CCJ Fraud and Cybercrime  10
Tri 2 3306ENV Environmental Management  10
Tri 2,3 2000CCJ Psychology of Crime  10
Tri 2,3 3006CCJ Punishment, Justice and Reform  10