This subject explores the theoretical and practical dimensions of global development. By combining conceptual with applied knowledge theoretical frameworks through which real world problems are examined - students are better equipped to address the concerns of the developing world. These include issues of population in relation to available resources, modernity's impact on traditional political and economic systems, food and environmental security, gender disparities, aid and trade, and global business ventures sustainable versus exploitative. Involvement in field projects and/or supervised case studies follows a sound theoretical grounding in the field of global development studies.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
|Study abroad||Available to Study Abroad students|
1. Hold a comprehensive knowledge of the history, theory and practice of global and sustainable development.
2. Research, develop and submit a concise written assignment.
3. Present information to a group and to develop the ability to continually improve ones own capability to do so as well as an ability to assist others.
4. Gain and communicate knowledge.
5. Develop teamwork skills and acquire knowledge of equity and diversity and an understanding of how they enhance organisational capacity.
No prior knowledge required.