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Undergraduate

Commencement year

This area of study entry applies to students commencing this course in 2017 and should be read in conjunction with the relevant course entry in the Handbook.

Any units listed for this area of study relate only to the 'Requirements' outlined in the Faculty of Arts component of any bachelors double degrees.

Unit codes that are not linked to their entry in the Handbook are not available for study in the current year.

Managing faculty

Faculty of Arts

Offered by

School of Social Sciences

Contact details

Global studiesGlobal studies (http://future.arts.monash.edu/bachelor-global-studies/)

Coordinator

Associate Professor Katrina Lee-Koo

Websites

Faculty of Arts

School of Social Sciences

Location

Clayton

This is a discipline that examines the dynamics of global politics and economics, including the relationships between political institutions, international organisations, governmental and non-governmental players. It uses evidence-based explanations to study war/conflict, development, financial, and other crises at the global level.

Compulsory overseas study component

A minimum of 18 points must be chosen for study abroad from the units listed below or an overseas partner institution. For more information go to Arts study abroadArts study abroad (http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/study-overseas/).

Units

Students complete:

(a.) Five units (30 points) as follows:

Two level 1 gateway units (12 points):

  • ATS1701 Terrorism and political violence: An introduction
  • ATS1873 Introduction to international relations

Two level 2 cornerstone units (12 points):

One level 3 capstone unit (6 points), chosen from:

  • ATS3340 International security studies
  • ATS3705 Knowledge and power in world politics

(b.) Seven units (42 points) from the remaining capstone units above or from the list of international relations electives below, with at least three units (18 points) at level 3.

International relations electives

  • ATS1229/ATS2229 Intensive introductory Italian 1 (in country)
  • ATS1230/ATS2230 Intensive introductory Italian 2 (in country)
  • ATS2275/ATS3275 The European Union from consensus to crisis
  • ATS2295/ATS3295 Screening contemporary Europe
  • ATS2378 The anthropology of international development
  • ATS2387/ATS3387 Beyond Gallipoli: Australians in the Great War
  • ATS2465/ATS3465 Human rights in the criminal justice sphere
  • ATS2619/ATS3319 Cultural diversity in contemporary Europe
  • ATS2640 The ethics of global conflict
  • ATS2691 Politics, violence and memory
  • ATS2698 Middle east politics
  • ATS3064 Cultural intelligence: Building competencies for global leadership
  • ATS3248 Field methods in anthropology and international development
  • ATS3266 Washington and the world: Washington D.C study tour
  • ATS3304 Forms of identity
  • ATS3335 International political economy
  • ATS3697 Gender and international relations
  • ATS3795 Global correspondent
  • ATS3974 European integration and security

Relevant courses

Bachelors

Single degrees

Successful completion of this specialisation can be counted towards meeting the requirements for the following single degree:

  • A2001 Bachelor of Global Studies

Students in other single bachelor's degrees are not eligible to complete this specialisation.

Double degrees

Successful completion of this specialisation can be counted towards meeting the requirements for the Bachelor of Global Studies component in the following double degrees:

  • B2006 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Global Studies
  • L3009 Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Global Studies
  • S2003 Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Global Studies