The Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs delivers three highly regarded Bachelor degree programs:
The Bachelor of International Security Studies and Bachelor of International Security Studies (Honours) programs, delivered by the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre (SDSC), Australia’s foremost centre for strategic and security studies.
The NEW Bachelor of Asia Pacific Affairs & Bachelor of Global Liberal Arts provides students the unique opportunity to study in Australia and Japan and graduate with two degrees - from ANU and Ritsumeikan University.
The Bachelor or Pacific Studies, delivered by the Department of Pacific Affairs (DPA), allows students to develop an in-depth understanding of the cultural, social, geographic, linguistic and political contexts of the Pacific region.
Our Strategic & Defence Studies Centre also delivers the NEW War Studies Major and Minor in collaboration with the School of History in the College of Arts & Sciences (CASS), which explores the causes, conduct and consequences of warfare.
View our 2019 Program Guide to find out more about all the study programs offered at the Bell School.
Other degree programs
Scholars from the Bell School and its departments also contribute courses to the following ANU degree programs, providing students across the University access to expertise on the societies, politics and strategic affairs of Asia and the Pacific: