Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics
The UNSW Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) is a three-year, full-time degree that will equip you with a depth of knowledge in three varied, yet highly influential academic areas. UNSW is the only university in Sydney and one of a handful in Australia to offer this exciting degree that examines current global concerns. Your unique, interdisciplinary understanding of these fields will equip you with the experience and critical thinking skills to effect important global and social change through your career.
Bachelor of Laws
At UNSW, you’ll study undergraduate law as part of a double degree. You’ll choose a second degree from a wide range of UNSW degrees to pair with the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and graduate with two qualifications.
Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
The Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice degree looks at the big picture of crime by bringing together cross-faculty knowledge from the School of Law, Society and Criminology and School of Social Sciences. Through innovative teaching that focuses on real-world case studies and experiences outside the classroom, you’ll gain critical insights into all aspects of the justice system.
Master of Policy and Governance
The UNSW Master of Public Policy and Governance is a two-year full-time postgraduate degree, that applies a social science perspective to real-world questions of policy, research and management in modern organisations. Through this master’s degree, you’ll prepare for roles that require research and analytical skills, and a practical appreciation of the processes of policymaking, policy analysis, and policy implementation.
Environmental Law & Sustainable Development
Environmental Law & Sustainable Development is a Master of Laws specialisation that will provide you with a strong understanding of the environmental legal system, the frameworks of and tools for sustainable environmental management, and the complex policy issues presented by the environmental challenges of the 21st century. Environmental law encompasses a wide and diverse range of issues: energy, climate change, biodiversity conservation, water and oceans, agriculture, finance and international development, but also issues like city planning, commons, platform and sharing economies, transport, housing and corporate social responsibility.