2021 UNDERGRADUATE GUIDE - Bond University
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CONTENTS 4 The Most Valuable Investment 18 Architecture and Built Environment 52 Accommodation 6 In a Class of Your Own 22 Business and Commerce 53 Fees and Costs 8 Graduates Who Stand Out Now and In 28 Communication and Creative Media 53 Financing Your Degree The Future 34 Law 54 Scholarships 10 Brewing Big Ideas to Make a Big Difference 38 Humanities, Languages and International Studies 56 Going Global 12 Where Will Your Degree Take You? 40 Health Sciences and Medicine 58 Your Bond Journey Starts Now 14 How is a Degree Structured 46 Social Sciences, Psychology and Counselling 58 Steps to Take in Year 10 14 What Your ATAR Rank Really Means 48 Pathways to Bond 60 Steps to Take in Year 11 15 What Can I Study? 50 Student Life at Bond 61 Steps to Take in Year 12 16 In a World of Uncertainty...Be Prepared 51 Sport is in our DNA 62 Admission Pathways 63 How to Apply to Bond 3 2021 Undergraduate Guide
THE MOST VALUABLE INVESTMENT YOU WILL EVER MAKE University is your time to decide who you are and what you want to be – as an individual and as a professional. Do you want to follow the crowd and be the same as everyone else or do you want to stand out; be your own person; ready to take the lead and make a real difference in the world? At Bond University, we believe that this is not just about having a degree: it is about having the most forward-thinking, globally-focused degree and combining it with the underlying core skills that make employers sit up and take note. Skills like leadership, communication, team work and ethical values that we incorporate into every undergraduate degree through our only-at-Bond core skills subjects. And the added value of practical experience in your chosen field that you will get from internships, clinical placements and real-life projects through Beyond Bond. We will give you the opportunity to grow personally and professionally through overseas travel with student exchanges, study tours, international competitions, global conferences and volunteering programs. You will get to work on projects that you are passionate about, meet industry leaders, maybe start your own business and pitch it to investors. How can we deliver so much more than any other university? By offering a personalised learning environment based on one of the lowest student to teacher ratios in Australia, where you will be mentored in small classes by world-class academics. That one-on-one support carries right through to the career planning, preparation, and application process; ensuring you will stand out in the employment marketplace when you graduate and throughout your career. Ask any Bondy and they will tell you that coming to Bond University changed the course of their life. Professor Tim Brailsford Vice Chancellor and President
NUMBER FOURTEEN YEARS IN A ROW in Australia for STUDENT EXPERIENCE 2020 Good Universities Guide 2020 GOOD UNIVERSITIES GUIDE Overall Quality of Education Student Support Teaching Quality Skills Development Learner Engagement Student Retention Learning Resources Student Teacher Ratio 55 Guide UndergraduateGuide 2021Undergraduate 2021
IN A CLASS OF YOUR OWN Most university degrees look a little like this: You’re sitting in a crowded lecture theatre, among a sea of strangers. There’s you, your lecturer…and over 100 fellow students. At Bond your university experience is personal, from day one. Your teachers don’t just know you by name, they know your dreams and ambitions. They probably know your coffee order too. It’s one of the reasons we’ve been ranked Australia’s leading university for student experience for the past 14 years, according to the Good Universities Guide.
YOU WON’T BE ‘JUST A NUMBER’ Our 10:1 student to teacher ratio and access to academics opens doors to industry placements, research projects, job opportunities and help whenever you need it. You’ll connect with students from all over the world, building a global network of lifelong friends and colleagues. GET A ONE YEAR HEADSTART Bond’s three-semesters-per-year schedule means you’ll finish your degree and be earning an income up to a year ahead of graduates from other universities. You’ll graduate sooner and better prepared for the workforce, getting a headstart on career promotions and progression. 7 2021 Undergraduate Guide
GRADUATES WHO STAND OUT NOW AND IN THE FUTURE FUTURE-FOCUSED PREPARING FOR YOUR FUTURE HAPPENS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM The BEYOND BOND PROGRAM ENHANCES YOUR EMPLOYABILITY through volunteering, community projects, industry placements, international competitions and more. It’s delivered within Bond’s undergraduate Core Curriculum, where students can select from more than 200 activities to gain valuable employability experiences and skill development. As a Bondy, you will have lifetime access to a team of DEDICATED CAREER EXPERTS THROUGH THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTRE. Bond will help explore and define your career paths, develop applications and resumes, prepare for interviews and make connections with key employers. LEADERS LEADERSHIP IS AT THE CORE OF EVERY BOND GRADUATE CORE SUBJECTS ARE EMBEDDED IN EVERY UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE to ensure you develop advanced communication skills, leadership qualities, critical thinking and ethics. Students are encouraged to take part in community and leadership opportunities to further develop their skills and build their resumes.
CHANGE-MAKERS YOUR BIG IDEA COULD CHANGE THE WORLD – AND WE’RE HERE TO HELP Through the TRANSFORMER PROGRAM, you will develop big picture thinking, creative problem-solving and evidence- based decision-making skills while working on projects with students, academics, alumni and industry partners. Whether your big idea will change your world, solve an industry challenge or make a global impact, you will have access to the coaching, mentoring and support to turn your innovation into a business. GLOBAL CITIZENS THE FUTURE IS GLOBAL You will be prepared to succeed in new and emerging careers around the world. Innovative TRANSFORMATION COLAB elective subjects such as GLOBAL CHALLENGES, AND GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AND TRUST allow students to develop reflective, internationally-minded thinking skills, applying their knowledge to examine global challenges and complexities alongside industry partners. In addition to working alongside students from around the globe, you can GAIN INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE DURING YOUR DEGREE by studying on exchange, undertaking international internships and participating in study tours. 9 2021 Undergraduate Guide
BREWING BIG IDEAS TO MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE I was seven when I visited Africa for the first time. My experiences there, and in particular Kenya, have taught me the value of education; when someone manages to get a good education, they’re not only supporting themselves, but can make a big impact on society. I got involved in the Transformer program at Bond during my Business and Commerce degrees, attending workshops and information sessions that sparked my interest in entrepreneurship. Through Transformer’s industry connections, I met a social entrepreneur who was helping to set up solar electricity in Africa and it got me thinking: how could I make an impact on global issues? I was waiting for a coffee at Bond when the idea for Nice Coffee Co. was born. In Kiberia, Kenya, most people live on a single dollar a day – so imagine what you could do with the price of a coffee? The Transformer program, Bond Business Accelerator, an international internship and a global entrepreneurship competition hosted on campus have all helped me to turn Nice Coffee Co. from idea to reality. The leadership, ethical and critical thinking skills I’m learning in my degree ensure I’m a well rounded, future focused graduate. My teachers have gone above and beyond to help along the way; my accounting and negotiation lecturers regularly give me business advice and I have access to professional legal advice whenever I need it. Through Nice Coffee Co., we use ethically sourced Kenyan coffee to supply beans-and-machine packages to offices and companies that want their dollars to make a difference. All profits go to St John’s Primary School in Kiberia teaching 450 students. Around 100 schools have been closed in Kenya, so it’s so important to keep this school open to ensure these kids get the education they deserve and are a step closer to breaking the cycle of poverty. Jim Chapman Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Commerce
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WHERE WILL YOUR DEGREE TAKE YOU? Knowing where your degree will take you after you graduate is very important. Use this index to explore your study options based on your career interests. ARCHITECTURE AND TRANSFORMATION DEGREES BUILT ENVIRONMENT For careers relating to architecture, real estate, property, For the career of the future… project management, urban design and planning, you’ll need the degree of the future. construction management and quantity surveying. ATAR / IB* ATAR / IB* Bachelor of Digital Transformation 65 / 24 Bachelor of Construction Management and 65 / 24 Quantity Surveying Bachelor of Entrepreneurial Transformation 65 / 24 Bachelor of Design in Architecture ** 75 / 26 Bachelor of Health Transformation 65 / 24 Bachelor of Project Management 65 / 24 Bachelor of Legal Transformation 65 / 24 Bachelor of Property 65 / 24 y Diploma of Built Environment 50 BUSINESS AND COMMERCE For careers relating to accounting, actuarial science, COMMUNICATION AND data analytics, digital business, economics, entrepreneurship, CREATIVE MEDIA finance, hotel and tourism management, international business, management, sport management and marketing. For careers relating to advertising, film and television, computer game development, communication, media and ATAR / IB* digital media, journalism, marketing and public relations. Bachelor of Actuarial Science 90 / 32 Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Honours) ATAR / IB* Bachelor of Business 65 / 24 Bachelor of Arts 65 / 24 Bachelor of Business Data Analytics 65 / 24 Bachelor of Communication 65 / 24 Bachelor of Commerce 65 / 24 Bachelor of Communication (Business) 65 / 24 Bachelor of Entrepreneurial Transformation 65 / 24 Bachelor of Creative Arts 65 / 24 Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management 65 / 24 Bachelor of Digital Transformation 65 / 24 Bachelor of Sport Management 65 / 24 Bachelor of Film and Television** 65 / 24 y Diploma of Business 50 Bachelor of Journalism 65 / 24 Popular degree combinations Popular degree combinations Bachelor of Actuarial Science / Bachelor of Laws 90 Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Commerce 65 / 24 Bachelor of Communication / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Communication (Business) / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Social Science 65 / 24 Bachelor of Journalism / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Communication (Business) / Bachelor of Laws 65 / 24 Bachelor of International Relations / Bachelor of Business 65 / 24 yAdmission Pathway, please refer to page 48 for more details. **Portfolio entry may be possible with minimum ATAR of 65 *Entrance scores are indicative for 2021 entry and are subject to change. Applicants require a comparable score to be considered for admission into our Bachelor programs. Applicants who do not meet this minimum entry score will be considered for admission into a Bond University College pathway program. In addition to our minimum University admission requirements, some of our bachelor programs may require applicants to have achieved a higher minimum entry score standard, subject prerequisites, and / or some other additional selection criteria. IB score refers to the achieved scores for the IB Diploma award. If you are not a 2020 Queensland Year 12 student (or interstate equivalent), please see page 46 - 47 for more information.
HEALTH SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES, LANGUAGES MEDICINE AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES For careers relating to applied linguistics, Australian studies, For careers relating to exercise and sports science, ecology and sustainability, global issues, language and culture, health sciences, biomedical science and medicine. international relations, foreign correspondence, politics, international trade law and philosophy. ATAR / IB* ATAR / IB* ° Bachelor of Biomedical Science 80 / 28 Bachelor of Arts 65 / 24 ° Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Performance 70 / 25 Bachelor of Global Studies (Sustainability) 65 / 24 ° Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science 70 / 25 Bachelor of International Relations 65 / 24 Bachelor of Health Sciences 65 / 24 Popular degree combinations Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Health Transformation 65 / 24 Bachelor of International Relations / ^ Medical Program Bachelor of Business 65 / 24 y Diploma of Health Sciences 60 Bachelor of International Relations / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Popular degree combinations Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Consecutive degree options*^ SOCIAL SCIENCES, PSYCHOLOGY Bachelor of Biomedical Science / AND COUNSELLING Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science / Doctor of Physiotherapy For careers relating to criminology, counselling, Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science / behaviour management and psychology. Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice Bachelor of Health Sciences / Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice ATAR / IB* Bachelor of Health Sciences / Master of Occupational Therapy Bachelor of Arts 65 / 24 Bachelor of Psychological Science 65 / 24 Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) LAW Bachelor of Social Science 65 / 24 - Counselling Interventions - Criminology For careers relating to law, dispute resolution, - Psychology business law, corporate and commercial law. Popular degree combinations Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Social Science 65 / 24 ATAR / IB* Bachelor of Psychological Science / Bachelor of Business Law 80 / 28 Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Jurisprudence 80 / 28 Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Legal Transformation 65 / 24 y Diploma of Legal Studies 65 / 24 Popular degree combinations Bachelor of Actuarial Science / Bachelor of Laws 90 / 32 Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Communication / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of Communication (Business) / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 Bachelor of International Relations / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 13 Bachelor of Journalism / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 2021 Undergraduate Guide Bachelor of Psychological Science / Bachelor of Laws 85 / 30 ° Prerequisites are required for entry into these programs. Refer to program listings for details. ^Medical Program is comprised of two sequential degrees - Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine. Applications for Medical Program must be lodged through QTAC. *^Please refer to semester start dates for each undergraduate and postgraduate program to determine length of completion of both degrees. Enrolment into the postgraduate program will be conditional on academic performance and/or interview.
HOW IS A DEGREE STRUCTURED Applicants who have not previously studied at university would normally enrol in an undergraduate Bachelor degree or Diploma. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Bachelor of Laws combinations are particularly popular, Admission to a Bachelor degree is based on Year 12 with the Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws taking academic results (ATAR, IB or equivalent) or on the just 3 years and 8 months (11 semesters). completion of a recognised pathway program. Undergraduate-postgraduate pathways are also in From 2020, the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank demand. A Bachelor of Commerce and Master of (ATAR) will replace the Overall Position (OP) as the Accounting can be completed in 3 years 4 months (10 pathway to tertiary study for Queensland Year 12. semesters). The ATAR will be introduced for students commencing This is just one more reason why Bond graduates stand Year 11 in 2019, who will graduate in 2020 and seek out from the crowd - you could graduate with two entry to tertiary programs from 2021. This will bring degrees in the same time it takes for others to Queensland in line with other Australian states and complete one. territories. MAJORS, MINORS AND DOUBLE MAJORS BACHELOR DEGREE A major is a cluster of six elective subjects selected An undergraduate award of 24 subjects which is from one area of specialisation, a minor is four subjects commonly the entry qualification for many professions and a double major is 12 subjects. or further study. Each subject has a value of 10 credit points (cps). Some subjects may only be worth 5cps; FOUNDATION SUBJECTS AND ELECTIVES others may be worth 20cps if they involve a major Each degree will comprise a specified number of industry project or thesis. compulsory foundation subjects and electives. Ultimately, the value of subjects successfully completed In many cases, Bond allows electives to be chosen from will need to total 240cps for a standard Bachelor any Faculty, enabling you to design your degree to suit degree. (Exceptions include Bachelor of Laws and our your individual career ambitions or personal interests. ^Medical Program.) DIPLOMA PREREQUISITES Diplomas are non-degree offerings which are offered in Some Bond University programs require specific ATAR practical and occupational fields of study. subjects as a prerequisite. Please refer to page 59. A Diploma can also be completed as a pathway for COMBINED DEGREES students who do not meet the academic requirements Bond’s accelerated schedule inspires many students to for direct entry into their chosen Bachelor degree. undertake a combined degree. WHAT YOUR ATAR RANK REALLY MEANS The Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) is a number The most important thing is to choose a study program that matches between 0 and 99.95 that indicates your position relative to all the your interests. Whether you’re passionate about being a doctor, a other students who finish Year 12 at the same time. It is worked out lawyer, an entrepreneur or a journalist, you will do well in your by a formula that considers your results from every subject, studies if you choose the right degree for you. balancing your strong subjects, your weak subjects and core subjects like English that are essential to further study. If your ATAR does not meet the entry requirements for your chosen program or if you chose not to get an ATAR, there are alternative ATAR is used by Australian universities as an entry requirement for pathways to university study through Foundation Programs and various courses, not only as an assessment of academic capability, Higher Education Diplomas, such as those offered by Bond University but also as a way to limit student enrolments according to the College. number of places available. A high entry ATAR may indicate that there is a strong demand for a particular program but may also mean that there is a high academic standard required for that degree. ^Medical Program is comprised of two sequential degrees - Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine. Applications for Medical Program must be lodged through QTAC.
WHAT CAN I STUDY? Bond University provides options for all levels of tertiary study - from academic preparation programs through to Bachelor, Master and Doctorate degrees. HIGHER DEGREES BY RESEARCH (HDR) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (CRICOS 063150J): Maximum 12 semesters (4 years) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) (CRICOS 072092F): Maximum 6 semesters (2 years) POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK PROGRAMS Master: 2 - 6 semesters (8 months - 2 years) Master (Professional): 4 semesters plus 20 week professional portfolio (92 weeks) POSTGRADUATE Graduate Certificate: 1 semester (4 months) Graduate Diploma: 2 semesters (8 months) UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS UNDERGRADUATE Bachelor: 6 - 8 semesters (2 - 3 years) Bachelor with Honours: Additional 2 - 3 semesters (1 year) of coursework, seminars and supervised research ACADEMIC PATHWAYS PRE-UNIVERSITY Bond University College (see page 48) Diploma Preparation Program: 1 semester (4 months) Higher Education Diplomas: 2 semesters (8 months) 15 15 2021 Undergraduate Guide 8 months - 3 years 8 months - 2 years 4 years maximum
IN A WORLD OF UNCERTAINTY... More than half the Automation will require NEW workforce WILL CHANGE WORKFORCE SKILLS in the EMPLOYERS after 16 next 1 – 3 years months on average Over the last 15 years, 23% of people say ‘DOING 800,000 jobs have A JOB THAT MAKES A been lost but nearly 3.5 DIFFERENCE’ is most MILLION NEW JOBS important to their career have been created Problem solving, 52% of CEOs are exploring leadership, emotional the benefits of HUMANS intelligence, empathy and AND MACHINES WORKING creativity will be more TOGETHER important than ever *Deloitte The Future of the Workforce Report *PWC Workforce of the Future Report
INTRODUCING THE DEGREES OF THE FUTURE BACHELOR OF ENTREPRENEURIAL TRANSFORMATION BACHELOR OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION BACHELOR OF HEALTH TRANSFORMATION BACHELOR OF LEGAL TRANSFORMATION Bond University’s new Transformation degrees are game-changing: • Preparing you for jobs that haven’t yet been invented. • Industry led for the roles of the future. • Combining key elements of business, law, arts and sciences. • Focusing on core professional skills – problem-solving, design thinking, the ability to drive change, motivate teams and get ahead of the curve. • You’ll learn how to analyse, disrupt and innovate. And you’ll be doing it in more than just the classroom. The Transformation CoLab is a fully immersive virtual collaboration space where you’ll partner with academics and industry coaches, while working with transdisciplinary student teams on passion projects to create REAL solutions to real global challenges. GET READY FOR A STAND OUT EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE THAT WILL SET YOU UP FOR THE JOBS OF THE FUTURE. BOND.EDU.AU/TRANSFORMATION-COLAB 17 2021 Undergraduate Guide
A R C H I T E C T U R E A N D B U I LT E N V I R O N M E N T Selection Fees per Bachelor of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 078183K May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying management, facilities management, building services, quantity covers a comprehensive range of subjects in the field of surveying, property development, project management, cost construction management and quantity surveying, focusing on the management and general management. The skill sets obtained in management and delivery of complex construction projects. The this degree may also be applied to related sectors such as civil curriculum addresses a range of topics including construction engineering and mining. Graduates will be equipped with a technology, construction techniques, plant and equipment, site comprehensive knowledge of sustainable development, and will be management, contract administration, building measurement, able to seek work anywhere in Australia or around the world. planning processes and risks. It also contains a strong sustainability theme which equips you with distinctive skill sets that are highly PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION sought after in the built environment. All classes in this program are Students graduating with this degree are internationally recognised delivered Monday to Wednesday. This provides you with the by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) as well as the opportunity to schedule work and study, or participate in work Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). This program is also experience. nationally accredited with the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS), and meets the educational requirement set by the PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES Queensland Building Construction Commission (QBCC) for the The Bachelor of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying granting of an Open Builders Licence. will provide you with access to a wide range of career pathways in the construction industry. Opportunities include building and B U I LT E N V I R O N M E N T A R C H I T EC T U R E A N D construction management, contract administration, site
Selection Fees per Bachelor of Design in Architecture Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** ^75/26 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 0101291 May (2 years) Sep Students undertake the Bachelor of Design in Architecture in a PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES unique setting: the national and international award-winning Abedian This degree will prepare you with theoretical and practical School of Architecture. This facility and its associated Fabrication and experience relating to design, problem solving, construction and Robotics Lab are dedicated for student use, creating an environment communication that can be applied to a wide range of careers. to support creative activity that is accessible 24/7 throughout the Graduates of this degree may gain employment in architectural year. Students enjoy their own studio-based desk in the School firms, government, construction, development, infrastructure and provided for the duration of their studies, which becomes the point of planning industries in Australia and around the world. The strategic personalised contact with program staff for an individualised, highly thinking, visual creativity, public engagement, design and supported education. The limited student cohort size of the School is technology skills, and entrepreneurial outlook developed in this maintained to ensure all students have unique access to workshop degree will provide you with a wide range of career opportunities. facilities and program staff that is unparalleled almost anywhere Many architectural graduates establish careers in design studios, globally. virtual environment design (such as gaming, cinema and animation), web and graphic design, fashion, advertising, industrial design, arts KEY FEATURES • Experience first-hand state-of-the-art technology including 3D management and the visual arts. printers, laser cutters, CNC Routers and industrial robots. • Enjoy learning in small class sizes and a dedicated studio To become a registered architect, you are required to complete both environment. an undergraduate and postgraduate qualification as well as requisite • Learn from industry-leading architects through tutorials, work experience. Successful completion of the Bachelor of Design in critiques, competitions and the Architecture Lecture Series. Architecture will enable you to progress to the Master of • Design Charette Experience. Architecture. • International study tour. FURTHER STUDY AT BOND • Master of Architecture (CRICOS 078184J) • Master of Architecture / Master of Project Management (CRICOS 087931D) ^Portfolio entry may be possible with minimum of ATAR 65 *Fees per semester are based on an average calculation of 2020 fees and may differ depending on the subjects and majors you take in each semester. For more information on current fees, visit bond.edu.au/fees. Fees are not inclusive of additional costs such as Student Activities Membership, accommodation, textbooks and living costs. **Entrance scores provided are indicative only for 2021 admission and are subject to change. Learn in the award winning Abedian School of Architecture. Access to hands-on learning environments including 19 collaborative design studios, fabrication workshops and digital robotics lab. 2021 Undergraduate Guide Graduate with a professionally recognised qualification.
Selection Fees per Bachelor of Project Management Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 0101294 May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Project Management concerns projectised • Complete study in two calendar years full-time or part-time decision-making applicable to a wide range of different industry equivalent. sectors. It builds on three foundation semesters comprising business • Built around the PMBOK® Guide, which is the international acumen, project framework, process analysis and core skill standard for the project management discipline. development before three further practice semesters comprising • Gain critical leadership skills. technical, tactical and strategic decision-making. The program includes comprehensive coverage of project schedule, cost, resource, PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES scope, quality, procurement, communications, risk and stakeholder Project management is a global profession, with over 750,000 management, two elective choices and concludes with a capstone certified practitioners in Project Management Institute (PMI) alone. subject on project integration management. Upon completion of the Bachelor of Project Management you will have the skills most needed to keep up with trends, lead a team and KEY FEATURES problem solve in today’s digital era. • Learn how to deliver projects on time, within budget, as specified, and with no surprises. FURTHER STUDY AT BOND • Be an effective decision maker. • Option to articulate to our Master of Project Innovation (CRICOS 0100041) Selection Fees per Bachelor of Property Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 078181A May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Property covers a comprehensive range of subjects finance, portfolio management, asset and facilities management and within the property development and management industry, research. Graduates are also equipped with a comprehensive including construction practices, feasibility studies, finance, knowledge of sustainable development, and will be able to seek work investment and valuation, property markets, sustainable anywhere in Australia or around the world. development and urban development. This program also provides you with the opportunity to specialise in property valuation. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Students graduating with a Bachelor of Property are internationally KEY FEATURES recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). • Gain professional accreditation by some of the industry’s leading Graduates of this program will also be recognised by the Australian professional bodies. Property Institute (API) for Associate Membership with Certified • Learn from nationally and internationally recognised industry Property Practitioner (CPP) Certification. Students who complete the professionals. relevant property valuation subjects will qualify for certification with • Graduate sooner with Bond’s accelerated degrees and kick start the Australian Property Institute as a Certified Practising Valuer with your career. the Valuers Registration Board of Queensland, and New South Wales Fair Trading (conditional on meeting professional practice PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES requirements). This degree will provide you with a dynamic range of career pathways in the property industry. Opportunities include property valuation, property development, project management, investment, Selection Fees per Diploma of Built Environment Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR 50 Jan 2 semesters $15,680 CRICOS Course Code 098537A May (8 months) Sep The Diploma of Built Environment provides a foundation for a career FURTHER STUDY AT BOND in various property sectors. This program enables you to specialise in The Diploma of Built Environment is a two-semester program, either property or construction management and quantity surveying. allowing you to complete your diploma in only eight months. Upon B U I LT E N V I R O N M E N T successful completion of the diploma, you can pathway into the third A R C H I T EC T U R E A N D KEY FEATURES semester of a Bond University undergraduate degree with a possible • Complete your diploma in only eight months. 80 credit points. • Integrate into the University environment from day one. • Have the support of extra tutorials just for diploma students. • Articulate into the third semester of the corresponding bachelor program. *Fees per semester are based on an average calculation of 2020 fees and may differ depending on the subjects and majors you take in each semester. For more information on current fees, visit bond.edu.au/fees. Fees are not inclusive of additional costs such as Student Activities Membership, accommodation, textbooks and living costs. **Entrance scores provided are indicative only for 2021 admission and are subject to change.
LLOYD HOLFORD Bachelor of Property I chose to study at Bond University for the accelerated degree, and because it also provided me the most useful and relevant course for the industry I want to work in. My initial impression of the University and its professionalism, efficiency and high standard of education, has definitely lived up to its reputation. A main highlight of 21 my experience so far has been the exposure to industry experts and lecturers, 2021 Undergraduate Guide along with the new friends I have made and networked with. Bond is a world-class university that provides current real life knowledge and opportunities that can’t be found anywhere else.
BUSINESS AND COMMERCE Bond Business School has accreditations from EQUIS and AACSB. This places Bond in the top 2% (EQUIS) and 5% (AACSB) of business schools in the world. Selection Fees per Bachelor of Actuarial Science Rank 2018 Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB 92 / 32 Jan 6 $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 083205M May semesters Sep (2 years) Combining elements of economics, finance, statistics and PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES mathematics, the Bachelor of Actuarial Science develops techniques Accredited by the Actuaries Institute, this program serves as a for the management of risk and big data analytics. Accredited by the pathway to the Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Honours) (CRICOS Actuaries Institute, this program provides Part I accreditation. Bond 086364E), which provides all the university components of Part II is one of only seven universities in Australia to offer the degree, and Accreditation which means you could work as a highly sought after one of two where you will be trained by specialists in their subject Actuaries Associate or Actuary in industries including data analytics, area. The Future of Work 2018 report by Deloitte Access Economics marketing, economics, finance, health, insurance and more. shows that the number of data science workers in Australia will increase by 2.4% annually and 76% of businesses are planning to DEGREE COMBINATIONS increase investment in analytics capabilities over the next two years. • Bachelor of Actuarial Science / Bachelor of Laws (CRICOS 093910C) MAJORS / SPECIALISATIONS • Big Data • Finance • Accounting • Economics Fees per Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Honours) Starting Duration semester* Jan 2 $20,245 CRICOS Course Code 086364E May semesters Sep (8 months) Undertaking the Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Honours) allows PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES students with an Actuarial Science degree to further develop their (Honours) provides all the university components of Part II technical skills and learn how they can be best used within a broader Accreditation that means you could work as a highly sought after business and economic setting. You will also have opportunity to Actuaries Associate or Actuary in industries including data analytics, complete all the Part II subjects and receive a qualification with the marketing, economics, finance, health, insurance and more. Actuaries Institute and designation of Actuary. It is a requirement to complete Honours (Part II) if you wish to become an Actuary. An ENTRY REQUIREMENTS integral part of the Honours degree is the development of research To be considered for entry, students should achieve a minimum BUSINESS AND skills and actuarial judgement through the Actuarial Control Cycle Credit average in a relevant undergraduate degree. subjects and the Actuarial Research Thesis subject. CO M M E R C E *Fees per semester are based on an average calculation of 2020 fees and may differ depending on the subjects and majors you take in each semester. For more information on current fees, visit bond.edu.au/fees. Fees are not inclusive of additional costs such as Student Activities Membership, accommodation, textbooks and living costs. **Entrance scores provided are indicative only for 2021 admission and are subject to change.
STEVEN STERN Professor of Data Science Custodian of the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) system I don’t teach facts, I teach ideas. I’m not interested in my students regurgitating facts and 23 theories about stats; I want them to understand the real reasons behind data analysis methods Undergraduate Guide Guide and understand how and when analytic techniques should, and more importantly shouldn’t, be 2021 Undergraduate used. Data analysis is the skill of the future. If you know how to understand and analyse data, there is no industry or career in the world you can’t be involved in somehow. 2021
The Centre for Actuarial and Financial Big Data Analysis is world-recognised, giving students access to internationally renowned scholars, authors and experts. Bond FinTech Hub is a state-of-the-art education facility that houses 40 Bloomberg terminals and provides students 24-hour access to the latest market and share data. The Commercialisation Cente is a dynamic and energetic space designed to encourage collaboration networking and inspiration. Selection Fees per Bachelor of Business Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 063055G May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Business offers a comprehensive multi-disciplinary PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES foundation leading to high level careers in a wide variety of business Foundation for careers in all corporate, startups, community and environments. Bond Business School’s strong focus on government settings across disciplines including advertising, brand entrepreneurship and leadership includes the opportunity to develop management, communications, consulting, human resource and launch your own business. management, market research, tourism, hospitality or general management. KEY FEATURES • Exclusive access to Bond Business Commercialisation Centre. DEGREE COMBINATIONS • Every business student will develop a start-up through our • Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Commerce (CRICOS 088305M) Business Model Generation and Business Model Execution • Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws (CRICOS 093909G) subjects. • Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Social Science (CRICOS 088309G) • You can complete an internship or participate in an international • Bachelor of International Relations / Bachelor of Business experience (study abroad / exchange program or an international (CRICOS 088310C) study tour) to further augment this highly practical program. FURTHER STUDY AT BOND MAJORS / SPECIALISATIONS • Doctor of Philosophy (CRICOS 063150J) • Entrepreneurship and Innovation • Master of Financial Management (CRICOS 077990J) • International Business • Master of Accounting (CRICOS 063115A) BUSINESS AND • Management • Master of Actuarial Science (CRICOS 092654M) • Marketing • Master of Business (CRICOS 063119G) CO M M E R C E • Marketing Communication • Master of Business Administration (CRICOS 0101410) • Tourism Management • Master of Business Data Analytics (CRICOS 098313F) • Master of Finance (CRICOS 063125K) • Master of Sport Management (CRICOS 096559M)
Selection Fees per Bachelor of Business Data Analytics Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 80 / 28 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 0101005 May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Business Data Analytics program is focused on Students select 1 minor from the following: understanding how data analytics techniques are used to improve • Accounting business decision making. It is a quantitative program, combining • Business Economics elements of statistics, computing, big data and machine learning. • Entrepreneurship and Innovation Students will first learn the technical skills, including R and Python • Finance languages most commonly used in data analytics programming • Management and implementation; then focus on the practical application, based • Marketing on actual business problems in a range of industry sectors such as health, marketing and finance. • Tourism Management PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES • Data Analyst • Data Scientist • Statistics Consultant Selection Fees per Bachelor of Commerce Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 063059D May (2 years) Sep If you are interested in a professional career in accounting, PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES economics or finance, then a Bachelor of Commerce is for you. The Bachelor of Commerce is accepted around the world by leading employers in the commercial and public sectors. Graduates can work KEY FEATURES in a range of fields, including startups, large multinational • Have unparalleled access to 40 Bloomberg terminals and have corporations, specialist organisations, government departments, the opportunity to gain Bloomberg certification during your consulting or research. studies at no extra cost. • Recognised worldwide, completion of the program certifies that DEGREE COMBINATIONS the individual has attained a high level of competency using the • Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Commerce (CRICOS 088305M) Bloomberg professional service used in finance and banking. • Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Laws (CRICOS 093908G) MAJORS / SPECIALISATIONS • Accounting • Actuarial Science • Big Data • Economics • Finance Selection Fees per Bachelor of Entrepreneurial Transformation Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Entrepreneurial Transformation prepares graduates • Evaluate the risks and costs associated with strategic change. for professional and transdisciplinary roles in the modern ever- • Identify and communicate organisational challenges to a range changing work environment with the inclusion of an immersive of audiences. industry-based learning program. Students will also explore global • Apply sound moral reasoning and appropriate legal and ethical sustainable development goals through the completion of a judgement in diverse situations. collaborative and creative design studio option. • Implement design thinking strategies and methodologies when addressing complex problem. PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES On successful completion of this program the learner will be able to: Apply appropriate analytical methods and design tools to create 25 • meaningful and consumable information. Create transformation in a personal, organisational and societal Undergraduate Guide Guide • context. 2021 Undergraduate 2021 *Fees per semester are based on an average calculation of 2020 fees and may differ depending on the subjects and majors you take in each semester. For more information on current fees, visit bond.edu.au/fees. Fees are not inclusive of additional costs such as Student Activities Membership, accommodation, textbooks and living costs. **Entrance scores provided are indicative only for 2021 admission and are subject to change.
Selection Fees per Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 063584E May (2 years) Sep With more than 12 million visitors annually, there is no better place to MAJORS / SPECIALISATIONS study Hotel and Tourism Management than the Gold Coast - the • Entrepreneurship and Innovation tourism hub of Australia. • International Business • Management • You will complete 400 hours of work experience in a hotel, • Marketing tourism or event environment (paid or unpaid) as part of the • Marketing Communication program. • Our academics and Career Development Centre will assist you to PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES find a placement. The Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management is a • You can even travel overseas or domestically for approved qualification accepted nationally and internationally by leading hotel placements mid-program. and tourism industry employers. Graduates can work in a wide range of fields, including airlines, cruise lines, events, hotels, government, research, resorts, restaurants, theme parks and transportation. Selection Fees per Bachelor of Sport Management Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 096558A May (2 years) Sep The Bond Bachelor of Sport Management program is delivered by • You will complete 100 hours of paid or unpaid work experience leading experts in sport management, marketing, law, business and in the Professional Experience Sport Management subject public relations. Enhance your career in the various areas of the organised by the Business School or Career Development Centre. global sport industry such as professional sport clubs, elite athlete development, sport agencies, community sport, governing bodies, PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES media, marketing, tourism, event management and more. The Bachelor of Sport Management will position you to work in the multi-faceted sport industry at the local, national and international • Learn skills in athlete development; how to produce sporting level, including professional sporting teams, community service information and media content, managing teams, leadership, organisations, government sport and recreation services and major communication, public relations, negotiation and more. event corporations. Selection Fees per Diploma of Business Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR** 50 Jan 2 semesters $15,680 CRICOS Course Code 078663E May (8 months) Sep The Diploma of Business offers a range of subjects to equip students • Have the support of extra tutorials just for diploma students. with a broad foundation to prepare for work in the corporate sphere. • Articulate into the third semester of a Bond undergraduate Skills covered include: managing teams, leadership, communicating degree. in groups, conflict resolution, problem solving, individual and group decision making, information management, the use of different FURTHER STUDY AT BOND network technologies, and an understanding of ethics, morals and Successful completion of the Diploma of Business guarantees you a cultural beliefs. place in Bond’s Bachelor of Business (CRICOS 063055G) and Bachelor of Commerce (CRICOS 063059D), with 80 credit points credited towards KEY FEATURES your new program of study. • Complete your diploma in only eight months. • Integrate into the University environment from day one. The Diploma of Business is also a pathway into other Bachelor degrees with varying credit. BUSINESS AND CO M M E R C E *Fees per semester are based on an average calculation of 2020 fees and may differ depending on the subjects and majors you take in each semester. For more information on current fees, visit bond.edu.au/fees. Fees are not inclusive of additional costs such as Student Activities Membership, accommodation, textbooks and living costs. **Entrance scores provided are indicative only for 2021 admission and are subject to change.
JENNA FULTON Bachelor of Sport Management | Alumna Digital Content Coordinator - Gold Coast SUNS My Bond experience began as a huge unknown but it’s safe to say I finished my degree knowing exactly what I wanted to do 27 and landed a job exactly where I wanted to be. I owe this to everything I learnt 2021 Undergraduate Guide throughout my degree as well as the opportunities I was given and the professors who constantly pushed me to be my best.
C O M M U N I C AT I O N A N D C R E AT I V E M E D I A Selection Fees per Bachelor of Arts Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 063052M May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Arts allows you to select combinations of subject • Film and Television (Double major options available) areas and particular subjects which best suit your interests and • French Language and Culture aspirations. It is a generalist program offering you flexibility in your • Global Studies (Sustainability) choice of majors with the opportunity to either specialise in a • International Relations particular area of study, or to select complementary majors. • Japanese Language and Culture • Journalism MAJORS / SPECIALISATIONS • Language and Culture • Advertising Design and Production (Double Major) • Media Studies • Advertising • Philosophy • Australian Studies • Psychology (Double major options available) • Chinese Language and Culture • Public Relations • Cinema Journalism (Double Major) • Social Media • Communication • Spanish Language and Culture • Corporate Storytelling • Counselling Interventions • Criminology (Double major options available) PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES • Digital Media The Bachelor of Arts program provides you with not only a strong, but a broad set of skills essential to all professions no matter what the chosen career. Selection Fees per Bachelor of Communication Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 063062J May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Communication offers students the ideal mix of • Media Studies theory and practice, combining foundational studies in • Public Relations communication and media with focused studies in the professional • Social Media disciplines of public relations, advertising and journalism. It also allows students to pursue focused studies in the fields of PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES communication and society, corporate storytelling, creative writing, You will be immersed in a range of professional experiences to give digital media, film and tv, media studies, and social media as well as a you a taste of the media careers to which you aspire. At the same combination of these fields. Altogether, the degree offers students a time, a sound theoretical framework underpins studies so that you CO M M U N I C AT I O N A N D stimulating course of study and excellent career prospects. enter the communication and media industries understanding how MAJORS / SPECIALISATIONS to perform professional tasks and knowing why such tasks are C R E AT I V E M E D I A • Advertising important to your work. Potential career pathways include: • Communication and Society • Account Manager • Corporate Storytelling • Copywriter • Creative Writing • Event Coordinator • Digital Media • Journalist • Film and Television • Marketing Executive • Journalism • Media Buyer • Public Relations Practitioner
Selection Fees per Bachelor of Communication (Business) Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 063063G May (2 years) Sep The Bachelor of Communication (Business) offers students PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES foundational studies in communication and media with a major in The Bachelor of Communication (Business) is designed to equip marketing. Students may also choose to specialise by taking a students with the theoretical knowledge and practical experience to second communication major from one of 10 areas: advertising, enable them to step into an organisation and start assisting with the communication and society, corporate storytelling, creative writing, development and implementation of communication strategies and digital media, film and tv, journalism, media studies, social media, and marketing plans. Graduates could expect to find employment as an public relations. Account Manager, Copywriter, Event Coordinator, Journalist, MAJORS / SPECIALISATIONS Marketing Manager, Media Buyer or Public Relations Practitioner. • Advertising • Communication and Corporate Communication • Digital Media • Journalism • Media and Social Media • Public Relations Selection Fees per Bachelor of Creative Arts Rank Starting Duration semester* ATAR / IB** 65 / 24 Jan 6 semesters $17,360 CRICOS Course Code 092144M Sep (2 years) The Bachelor of Creative Arts is an innovative program that tailors its • Media Studies offerings to your unique ambitions and interests. The personalised • Philosophy nature of the program empowers you to identify your own ambitions, • Psychology then equips you with the skills, theory and practice to navigate • Public Relations existing pathways — or design your own. Creative Arts students • Social Media undertake three majors. You will begin with a creative writing major • Spanish Language and Culture to develop a range of foundation skills in creative thinking and narrative. You will also select a second specialist creative major. BUSINESS MAJOR OPTIONS Within the creative specialisation, you will learn through a hands-on, • Entrepreneurship and Innovation project-based approach to learning, where you are encouraged to • Marketing Communication develop industry relationships, undertake creative internships and • Marketing practice and publish within your chosen creative niches. The flexible program enables students to ground their creative endeavours within PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES a third foundation major. In the final stages of your degree, you will Graduates of this program will be equipped for success in both have the opportunity to develop a capstone creative work project, creative and corporate environments and have the ability to knitting together your three selected content areas together into a integrate contemporary theory with cutting-edge creative practice, major portfolio piece showcasing your skills and talents. incorporating digital technologies. You will have critical and analytical cognitive skills, as well as the ability to consolidate and CREATIVE MAJOR OPTIONS synthesise knowledge within their chosen discipline areas. You will • Advertising also have the technical and creative skills for problem solving, the • Communication ability to craft narratives that resonate with audiences, an • Corporate Storytelling understanding of the market and cultural forces that drive the • Digital Media creative industries, a command for the technologies of new-media • Film and Television storytelling and the flexibility to apply your creative practice to a • Media Studies range of industries. • Public Relations • Social Media You can expect to find a wide range of employment opportunities in HUMANITIES MAJOR OPTIONS the creative industries and various external industries depending on • Advertising your chosen majors. This could include creative arts roles such as: • Australian Studies creative writing, publishing, screenwriting, screen production, • Chinese Language and Culture journalism (including long-form writing and documentary • Communication production), content creation, brand journalism, Podcasting, • Corporate Communication copywriting, social and digital media content creation, digital • Counselling Interventions curatorship, graphic design, games writing, TV production, • Criminology multi-media design, video animation, and creative direction. • Digital Media Graduates could also work in creative or communications roles 29 • Film and Television within other industries, for example communications and content French Language and Culture creation in corporate, political or not-for-profit sectors. Students Undergraduate Guide Guide • • International Relations may also start their own business or work on a freelance basis. 2021 Undergraduate • Japanese Language and Culture • Language and Culture 2021 *Fees per semester are based on an average calculation of 2020 fees and may differ depending on the subjects and majors you take in each semester. For more information on current fees, visit bond.edu.au/fees. Fees are not inclusive of additional costs such as Student Activities Membership, accommodation, textbooks and living costs. **Entrance scores provided are indicative only for 2021 admission and are subject to change.
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