Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
If you see yourself in a career with unlimited global career boundaries, then this interdisciplinary course will give you an insightful understanding of the principal ways in which theories of development critically engage with development politics and practices. Gender issues, poverty, conflict, HIV and agro-forestry. This course offers a range of compelling study topics and, combined with the development of your own individual development project, your core skills will be well-developed for a career in the public development sector or in multinational organisations across Australia and abroad.
24 credit points
- International development
Standard entry requirements
Applicants must have an undergraduate degree or equivalent as approved by the University.
Pathway into Master of International Development.
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