Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program is the most controversial, dynamic and exciting area of political science. This program has a strong practitioner focus and is highly relevant for people working in - or aspiring to work in, government and international organisations. Topics covered include international security and terrorism, human rights, religion and identity politics, diplomacy and statecraft, political economy and global governance. Students can choose a coursework pathway or a dissertation pathway.
120 credit points
- International relations
Standard entry requirements
- Coursework stream: Bachelor degree in related discipline minimum GPA 4.0 (using 7.0 scale)
- Or Graduate Certificate in International Relations or an equivalent Bachelor Honours, Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in related area with minimum GPA 4.0 (using 7.0 scale). Research stream: Bachelor degree in related discipline minimum GPA 5.5 (using 7.0 scale)
- Or Graduate Certificate in International Relations or equivalent with minimum GPA 5.5 (using 7.0 scale)
The dissertation pathway can provide a pathway to a higher degree by research for candidates with the qualifying GPA.
|Campus||Fees||Entry||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|Nathan||International: $42,000||No information available||No||
Students with a Griffith Graduate Certificate in International Relations will receive 40 credit points of advanced standing.