- Compulsory subject credit points
- 80 Essential subjects to complete
- Total credit points
- 80 Your complete degree
This program can be completed in 8 months (2 semesters)
This program can be completed in 8 months (2 semesters)
Students must complete the following eighty credit points (80CP) of subjects.
This foundational subject introduces the Communication discipline and establishes the importance of communication to our personal and professional lives. The subject focuses on the knowledge and understanding of communication needed to succeed in industry - and indeed - life. We apply key models, theories, and concepts to a wide range of communication issues and contexts, including close relationships, gender and diversity, social media, persuasion, and organisational culture.Read more
World Languages provides an insight into a fascinating world of human languages. This innovative subject prepares students for the challenges of language learning and explores how languages are interconnected with communities and their cultures. It also investigates why we all sound different and how the languages we speak condition our world view. Students also discover reasons for potential difficulties with learning languages and the phenomenal advantages of learning an additional language. The subject provides a unique opportunity to explore and sample languages offered by the Faculty of Society and Design. This language education subject can either be taken as an introduction to learning the language of your choice or as an elective. The subject aims to reinforce your love and enthusiasm for languages, the way they express cultures and help us become global citizens.Read more
This subject introduces you to the basic concepts and theoretical approaches in International Relations, and it forms the essential foundation for further explorations of the field. Introduction to International Relations provides you with a framework for the analysis of contemporary international affairs. You will learn a theoretical foundation that allows you to investigate and analyse specific matters in international relations such as war and peace, the state and nationalism, sovereignty and intervention, non-state actors, and human securityRead more
In this subject, you will learn essential and foundational creative and technical skills necessary for successful careers in the creative and communications industries. You will learn the theoretical and practical fundamentals of visual, textual, and audio design and narrative across multiple digital and online platforms. Across the semester, you will build a portfolio of creative communication pieces. This multi-platform approach aligns with industry needs and expectations to equip you with foundational skills to carry you forward through your program and into the workplace.Read more
This subject will provide students with the basic academic skills required to undertake tertiary study. Students will be introduced to the areas of research, essay writing, report writing and referencing, and will workshop and develop these skills through a series of focused activities. Further, students will develop a portfolio connecting their academic skills development to the development of transferrable skills for ongoing university study and beyond to the workplace.Read more
In this subject students will be introduced to critical thinking and clear expression. They will evaluate arguments, identify assumptions, judge patterns of inference, and recognise and apply various methods of reasoning. Students will learn how to clarify and visually represent their thinking to make better decisions, evaluate and use evidence, and communicate more effectively in their writing and speaking. Using these skills, students will structure and write an academic essay and deliver an oral presentation.Read more
This subject is designed to help Bond students develop the intrapersonal and interpersonal skills to function effectively as individual contributors, team players and leaders in diverse social contexts. These collaborative skills are essential to all students’ personal and professional lives in any current or future profession. Students will gain a greater understanding of their personality, values, emotions, perceptions and related attributes, and develop an appreciation of the diversity of these characteristics in others. This perspective is required to work effectively in diverse multi-disciplinary groups and to develop the followership and leadership behaviours that are highly valued in contemporary organisations. Finally, students will develop a structured, self-directed approach to their ongoing learning as a capable individual, effective collaborator, and global citizen.Read more
The subject fosters a lifelong commitment to responsible discourse and action in all spheres of human interaction. Using applied case-based approach, students will gain the critical tools to effectively respond to the moral challenges in their personal, civic, professional and global contexts. After developing a critical vocabulary and problem-solving toolkit for addressing issues of responsibility and right action, students explore a broad range of real-world, contemporary problems. Through the consideration of these problems, students are encouraged to reflect on, develop and articulate a response to the problem, outline how they can act upon their judgement, and justify their decision making. The subject explores issues of responsible decision making in many cultural, professional and political contexts specifically in the areas of civil society, science, business, media, technology, culture and the law. Topics remain flexible to reflect the dynamic nature of questions of responsibility and right action in the 21st century.Read more
Take the guess work out of planning your study schedule. Your program's study plan has been carefully curated to provide a clear guide on the sequential subjects to be studied in each semester of your program. Your study plan is designed around connected subject themes to equip you with the fundamental knowledge required as you progress through your course.