Development Studies Courses
With CSU's Bachelor of Emergency Management, you will learn both the principles and practices of emergency and disaster management, and examine and analyse community resilience, disaster prevention, preparedness, response and recovery.
Be a change maker
Why is there global inequality? Why are some countries poor, or struggling with conflict, while others forge ahead?
Our Bachelor of International Development equips you to tackle these and other big questions surrounding the world’s greatest political, economic, cultural and ecological challenges.
There is an urgent need for Humanitarian Workers worldwide.
This degree combines units that offer local and historical knowledge of specific geographic areas of the developing world, with units that explore transnational dimensions of development.
Make a difference with this Community Development course by aiming for an ethical and worthwhile career building strong, sustainable communities in Australia.
If you receive excellent results throughout your undergraduate Community Development degree, you may be eligible to undertake Honours in Community Development.
If you receive excellent results throughout your undergraduate Sustainable Development degree, you may be eligible to undertake Honours in Sustainable Development.
The Bachelor of Development Studies (Honours) degree exemplifies the ANU commitment to research-led education.
The Bachelor of Development Studies (Honours) degree examines globalisation processes from a variety of approaches, with a focus on urban and regional impacts, sustainable development and cultural diversity.
In this course, you’ll learn how to make a difference in local communities by working closely with schools, local councils, ecologists, Indigenous groups, social services organisations, resource companies, universities and other groups.