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  • Bachelor of International Relations

    Bachelor of International Relations students investigate political and cultural trends and changes round the world including governance, security and global citizenship.

    Bond University
  • Bachelor of Journalism

    Bachelor of Journalism students learn the skills of news writing and broadcast reporting. They also study media law and ethics, photography and how digital media is designed and published.

    Bond University
  • Bachelor of Jurisprudence

    Bachelor of Jurisprudence students study the basics of legal principles and practice and combine this with humanities subjects such as international relations, a language or criminology.

    Bond University
  • Bachelor of Laws

    Bachelor of Law students study legal principles and methodologies, and explore areas such as criminal law, property law and corporations law.

    Bond University
  • Bachelor of Medical Studies

    Bachelor of Medical Studies students study pre-clinical medicine including anatomy, human behaviours, disease and ethics. This course is part of a Doctor of Medicine and is not a standalone course.

    Bond University
  • Bachelor of Property

    Bachelor of Property students learn the basic principles of economics, property valuation, investment and development concepts, and the legal and financial aspects of property and land management. The degree involves elements of accounting, planning, construction, and property law and ethics.

    Bond University
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science

    Bachelor of Psychological Science students prepare for a role helping people to understand human behaviours and their decisions. Courses provide a pathway to registration as an accredited psychologist.

    Bond University
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Behaviour Management)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    Bond University
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Counselling)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    Bond University
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