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Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) 3 year MBIL program & double degrees Open Day Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) 3 year MBIL program & double degrees Open Day 2009

Is International Studies for you? • Careers in a multicultural society and globalised economy Is International Studies for you? • Careers in a multicultural society and globalised economy • Develop your capacity for critical analysis of world politics and international relations • Practical experiential learning Our distinctive focus: SECURITY IDENTITIES HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT

Program structures Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) MBIL 3 years full time: • 108 Program structures Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) MBIL 3 years full time: • 108 units Double degrees 4 years full time: • Journalism • International business • Management • Marketing • All other business degrees 5 years full time: • Social work • Law

3 yr Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Need to complete 108 units made up 3 yr Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Need to complete 108 units made up of 5 components: 1. Professional major in International Relations (8 courses) 2. Minor in International Studies (4 courses) 3. Professional experience (3 options - MBIL) 4. Professional specialisation (3 options - MBIL) 5. 2 other courses (required courses in MBIL only)

Double Degrees Journalism • Social work • International business • Management • Marketing • Double Degrees Journalism • Social work • International business • Management • Marketing • Law • All business degrees Made up of 4 components: 1. International Relations major (8 courses) 2. Foreign language ( 4 courses) – not included for Social Work and Law 3. International Studies minor (4 elective courses) OR International Study Experience OR Hawke Ambassador International Volunteer Experience 4. Core requirements of other degree

Component 1 - Professional major in International Relations (8 courses) Bachelor of Arts (International Component 1 - Professional major in International Relations (8 courses) Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Compulsory core requirements: • Understanding World Politics • Introduction to International Relations • Global Societies • Globalisation and Regionalism • World Order: Theoretical Interrogations • Islam and World Politics • Contemporary International Political Economy • Global Security and Sustainability

Component 2 - Minor in International Studies (4 elective courses) Pick 4 from: • Component 2 - Minor in International Studies (4 elective courses) Pick 4 from: • Australia and the Asian Century • Contemporary Northeast Asia • Contemporary Southeast Asia • Environmental Politics • International Risk • Migration, Identity and Multiculturalism • Activism and Change • Policy and Globalisation • Privileged Claims; Discounted Knowledges • The Politics of Contemporary Japanese Identities • Transformation of Security: Contemporary Issues • United States Politics and International Relations

Component 3 – Professional Experience (3 options in MBIL; 2 in double degrees) Bachelor Component 3 – Professional Experience (3 options in MBIL; 2 in double degrees) Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Pick one from: Option 1 - Hawke Ambassador International Volunteer Experience Option 2 – International Study Experience Option 3 - Australian Professional Experience – 3 yr MBIL only

Option 1 - Hawke Ambassador International Volunteer Experience Spend one study period working overseas Option 1 - Hawke Ambassador International Volunteer Experience Spend one study period working overseas as an intern in a community organisation or international agency World Youth International

Option 2 – International Study Experience • Gain international experience by completing part of Option 2 – International Study Experience • Gain international experience by completing part of your Uni. SA degree overseas • Uni. SA has exchange destinations throughout the world • Going on exchange contributes to your personal and academic development and is considered favourably by many employers • Travel grants, scholarships, OS-HELP and finances Uni. SA's 1 st Rhodes Scholar, Ryan Manuel spent a semester on exchange in Chile www. unisa. edu. au/partner/exchange/default. asp Uni. SA's 2 nd Rhodes Scholar, Amy King spent 12 months studying at Okayama University in Japan

Option 3 – Australian Professional Experience - MBIL only • Practical professionally-relevant experience in Option 3 – Australian Professional Experience - MBIL only • Practical professionally-relevant experience in a work experience placement • Supervision and report by workplace mentor • Development of graduate qualities You will then need to pick 2 courses from: • International Studies courses • Professional application • Languages

Component 4 – Professional specialisation (3 options in MBIL; 2 in double degrees) Bachelor Component 4 – Professional specialisation (3 options in MBIL; 2 in double degrees) Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Choose from Professional specialisation: • International Studies courses • Professional application – MBIL only • Languages Language choices at Uni. SA: • • • French Japanese Italian English as a foreign language Spanish (1 st year) Arabic (dual enrolment with Deakin) Language choices available cross-institutionally: • German (Adelaide) • Chinese (Adelaide) • Indonesian (Flinders) • Spanish (Flinders)

Component 5 – 2 other required courses (required in 3 year MBIL program only) Component 5 – 2 other required courses (required in 3 year MBIL program only) Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Compulsory in 3 yr BA(IS) only: • Intercultural Communication • Contemporary Aboriginal Issues

Flexible Delivery of Program • 3 contact hours per IS courses per week (4 Flexible Delivery of Program • 3 contact hours per IS courses per week (4 hrs for languages) • Enrol full time, part time, internal, external/online • Some courses are taught at Magill and City West

Careers in International Studies • Intelligence • Defence • Foreign affairs & trade • Careers in International Studies • Intelligence • Defence • Foreign affairs & trade • International liaison • Public administration • Community organisations • International organisations • Non-government organisations • International businesses • Journalism, media & communication • Tourism

Postgraduate Pathways Ph. D Master of International Studies Master of Arts Graduate Diplomas Any Postgraduate Pathways Ph. D Master of International Studies Master of Arts Graduate Diplomas Any degree BA (IS) Honours Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)

Experience. The Difference. International Studies will develop your capacity for: • Critical analysis • Experience. The Difference. International Studies will develop your capacity for: • Critical analysis • Focusing on world politics, international relations and cross-cultural understanding Why here? • Different to other International Studies degrees around Adelaide • Highly qualified academic team • Very practical (work experience) • Interesting & important courses • Double degree & study abroad options • Graduates have highly marketable skills

Contact details Program Director Dr David Lundberg Email: david. chapman@unisa. edu. au Phone: 08 Contact details Program Director Dr David Lundberg Email: david. [email protected] edu. au Phone: 08 8302 4649 Location: Magill campus, room B 1 -12 Program Support Officer Carolyn Mc. Arthur Email: [email protected] edu. au Phone: 08 8302 4888 Location: Magill campus, room B 1 -35 www. unisa. edu. au/cil

September Career Information Sessions Experience… Education, Arts & Social Sciences Tuesday 8 September 2009 September Career Information Sessions Experience… Education, Arts & Social Sciences Tuesday 8 September 2009 Magill campus Tours commence at 3 pm Information sessions commence at 5 pm Visit the campus where you’ll study. Register your attendance: www. unisa. edu. au/eas