The Graduate Diploma in International Relations is a 36-unit program offered by the College of Business, Government and Law. It articulates with the Graduate Certificate in International Relations and the Australian program of the Master of Arts (International Relations).
Applicants must normally hold an approved degree or equivalent qualification from an approved tertiary institution. However, the Dean (Education) may, under certain circumstances and subject to specific conditions, admit others who can show evidence of fitness for candidature, and may take into account relevant work experience.
The Graduate Diploma in International Relations aims to:
Graduates from this course should be able to:
To qualify for the Graduate Diploma in International Relations, a student must complete 36 units with a grade of P or NGP or better in each topic, according to the following program of study.
DVST8010 Development Problems, Policies and Programs (4.5 units)
INTR9051 International Human Rights: Theory and Practice (4.5 units)
INTR9054 The Alliance and the Rise of China (4.5 units)
INTR9063 Debating International Relations (9 units)
INTR9064 The Rise of China: Dream or Nightmare (4.5 units)
INTR9077 Global Inequality (4.5 units)
Plus 4.5 units fron the following:
DVST9022 Theory and Evidence in Contemporary Development (4.5 units)
DVST9032 Gender Mainstreaming (4.5 units)
INTR9055 African Politics: Global Issues (4.5 units)
INTR9076 Food Security (4.5 units)
INTR9078 Governing East Asia in the 21st Century (4.5 units)
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