An Advanced Honours degree is a four-year degree, highly valued by employers both within Australia and overseas, signalling excellence in a competitive job market. These programs set students up for success to kickstart their careers, or alternatively can provide them with an excellent foundation to further their studies in research, and also provide a pathway into the PhD program.
Advanced Honours degrees are designed to help students gain unique and comprehensive skill sets in areas that employers tell us they are looking for, such as:
- Communication (verbal and non-verbal)
- Interdisciplinary teams
- High level analytical, critical and creative thinking
- Strategic decision-making
- Forward-thinking mindset
- Innovation and intrapreneurialism
- Socially responsible employees
- Open-mindedness and globally competency
NEW Bachelor of Advanced Government and International Relations (Honours)
Study at one of the best political sciences departments in the world (ranked top 200 in the QS World Universities Rankings 2021).
A Griffith Advanced Honours degree in government and international relations will help you make sense of the forces that drive economic and social change and will provide you with a deep understanding of policy, politics and power in the modern world, and the forces that shape these dynamics at the global and domestic levels. You’ll learn about political institutions and processes, business-government relations, and foreign policy and globalisation.
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NEW Bachelor of Advanced International Tourism and Hotel Management (Honours)
Study with Australia’s leader in hospitality and leisure management – ranked number 1 in Australia and number 5 globally in the 2021 Shanghai ‘Global Ranking of Academic Subjects’.
A Griffith Advanced Honours degree in Tourism and Hotel Management will help you gain an in-depth understanding of the tourism sector, underscored by sustainability principles. You will develop core business skills in areas such as financial management, leadership, management, marketing and strategic management, and enhance these with an understanding of how to manage employee relations in a culturally diverse context. You will get opportunities to be involved in the Department’s research projects (other than your own dissertation), will get the chance to network with HDR students, as well as be part of the research centres (Griffith Institute for Tourism) and participate in GIFT activities.