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Career pathways example tables

Course planning template

Here is the course planning template, followed by links to example tables for different major, minor and degree combinations.

Please note: the following tables are provided only as examples. You must contact the Global Studies co-ordinator to work out your own individual programme. 

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Core Global

Language-acquisition

Approved regional and career pathways

Other

Year Global Studies major Second major Minor Interest
Core Global Language-acquisition Regional and career pathways
1 GLBL 101
2 GLBL 201 and GLBL 202
3 GLBL 303 or HUMS 301

Core Global papers

GLBL 101
Introduction to Intercultural Communication

GLBL 201
Cultures of the Environment

GLBL 202
A World of Stories: Global Stories Telling in the Digital Age

GLBL 301
Cultures of the Environment (Advanced)

GLBL 302
A World of Stories: Global Stories Telling in the Digital Age (Advanced)

GLBL 303
Applied Research Project

Language papers

  • Chinese
  • French
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Spanish
  • Te reo Māori

Approved papers

Regions

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Pacific

Career pathways

  • Communication
  • Creative industries
  • Environment and sustainability
  • Government and public administration
  • Human security
  • Teaching and learning

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Example 1: Environment and sustainability

Amber – Environmental policy analyst

Table 1 – Major in Global Studies, minor in Environmental Management

Example 2: Teaching and learning

Jasmine – English teacher in Japan

Table 2 – Major in Global Studies, minor in Linguistics (TESOL)

Example 3: Human security

Stuart – Health and well-being adviser

Table 3 – Major in Global Studies, minor in History

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Example 4: Government and public administration

Manawa – Public policy officer

Table 4 – Double major in Global Studies and Māori Studies

Example 5: Food security

Ashley – Food safety and quality specialist

Table 5 – Bachelor of Arts and Science, double major in Global Studies and Food Science

Example 6: Human rights

Max – International human rights lawyer

Table 6 – Double Degree in Global Studies and Law

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Example 7: Climate change and the environment

Greta – Climate change policy specialist

Table 7 – Major in Global Studies, minor in Environmental Management

Example 8: From student exchange to work overseas

Mei – International co-ordinator

Table 8 – Major in Global Studies

Example 9: Creative industries and services

Jack – Videographer, video producer

Major in Global Studies, minor in Science Communication