Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (Honours)

University of Queensland - UQ

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Bachelor Honours Degree
Brisbane
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (Honours) is an elite four-year program that combines broad and rigorous cross-disciplinary training in politics, philosophy and economics.

Join a small, motivated and high-achieving group of students who aspire to leadership roles. You’ll study together as PPE specialists, drawing on your knowledge of history, society, politics and economics to examine current and future global challenges.

Study advanced-level courses offered by two different faculties. Topics include economic principles, theories and tools; reasoning, argumentation and ethics; and public policy, governance, international relations and world politics.

From your second year you can choose to major in politics, philosophy or economics to prepare for a career in economic analysis, policy-making, political leadership, public commentary, international affairs or the diplomatic service.
Majors

Economics
Politics
Philosophy

Careers

Financial institutions
Stockbroking firms
Merchant banks
International organisations
Diplomatic and foreign services
Public sector departments and...

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