Bachelor of Politics & International Relations/ Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Application deadlines: December 1
Full-time, Part-time, Distance & online learning
Intakes: February 11
International tuition: A$31,500
Domestic tuition: A$9,359
Combine a Bachelor of Politics and International Relations and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology at UC and you will: gain knowledge of the principles, concepts and issues that are shaping the world, including the challenges of modern terrorism and contemporary regional politics in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond be able to apply an in-depth understanding of the historical and current systems of Australian politics and public policy, provide policy advice and develop new policies learn to recognise the relationships between political values, political power and public policy and the impact each of these has within the Australian context develop high level theoretical and empirical analysis skills and the ability to interpret world events and issues acquire an understanding of the scientific basis of the discipline of psychology and understand the research methods used by psychologists gain an ability to apply research methods to design and conduct studies, analyse and interpret results and write research reports using APAC conventions understand the application of values, research and professional ethics in psychological research and in other professional contexts.
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Admission Requirements Normal UC admission requirements to an undergraduate course. The normal UC requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees are based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means: Year 12 ATAR other Australian Qualification work Experience overseas Qualification English Language Requirements: Academic IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent, with no band score below 6.0
The world is your oyster! Diplomat, policy adviser, intelligence analyst, psychologist or even politician… your career options (and the potential to earn a healthy salary and travel) will be endless with UC’s Bachelor of Politics and International Relations/Bachelor of Laws degree. Graduates will have the accredited skills and qualifications required to explore careers in: diplomacy including strategic analysis, trade relations and foreign affairs intelligence, including security analysis international business and aid the public sector, including policy development politics the not-for-profit sector clinical psychology counselling private practice media, communications, public affairs and public relations domestic or international business, including consultancy management education and research.
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