Bachelor of Social Science (BSSC) (Social Science and Language and Culture) (Bachelor Degree)

University of Southern Queensland Australia

Cricos: 00244B

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The award
Bachelor Degree

How long you will study
years

Domestic course fees
AUD 18560 per year

How you will study
online

Course starts
find out

International course fees
AUD 19200 per year

All study options

About Bachelor of Social Science (BSSC) (Social Science and Language and Culture) at University of Southern Queensland

In this degree students will have the opportunity to study either German or Mandarin Chinese, the degree uses the experience of language learning as a gateway to the broader study of history, politics, culture, traditions, customs and national identities. Students will gain competency in both language and cultural knowledge and will be encouraged to acquire cross-cultural awareness, preparing them for the possibility of life or study abroad. The study of language and culture will equip students for a variety of careers, including international business, trade and diplomatic services, journalism, arts and the creative professions and teaching abroad. It is also the ideal preparation for overseas professional placements or exchanges in fields such as business, engineering, sciences and information technology.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardBachelor DegreeHow you will studyOnlineHow long you will study find out
    Course starts find outDomestic course feesAUD 18560 per yearInternational course feesAUD 19200 per year

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