Bachelor of Arts (Security, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism)
This Security, Terrorism and Counterterrorism course was the first of its kind in Australia and is designed to provide you with an understanding of global security and terrorism concerns.
The Security, Terrorism and Counterterrorism course seeks to assess historical and contemporary issues of security and terrorism and questions the understanding and responses to these occurrences. Putting this in a contemporary setting allows us the opportunity and skills to question security and terrorism in today's world so that we can seek to address these issues and learn how to solve these complex questions. Please Note: This degree is not offered in the standard level 1, Level 2, Level 3 course structure with all 24 units of equal value. Refer to the Award Requirements and Recommended Study Pattern for further information. This course is an OUA Pathway course, which means there is a recommended series of units that, once successfully completed, can credited towards this course. OUA Pathway students also have the opportunity to study up to two free* preparatory units during their pathway studies. These units are ideal for students who either haven't studied before or... Read Morewho either haven't studied before or haven't studied in a while, as they are designed to introduce them to online learning and what's required to achieve academic success. Students can enrol in these units at anytime during their pathway studies.

*The two free preparatory units are Prep03 - Preparing for University Learning Intensive and Prep04 - Preparing for Academic Writing. Hide Text
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Length
3 Years (Full time) Up to 10 Years (Part time)
Delivery Mode
Online/Distance
Study Type
Full Time & Part Time
Subject Area
Government, public sector, civil service
Course Level
Bachelors
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Length
3 Years (Full time) Up to 10 Years (Part time)
Delivery Mode
Online/Distance
Study Type
Full Time & Part Time
Subject Area
Government, public sector, civil service
Course Level
Bachelors
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Length
3 Years (Full time) Up to 10 Years (Part time)
Delivery Mode
Online/Distance
Study Type
Full Time & Part Time
Subject Area
Government, public sector, civil service
Course Level
Bachelors