The Strategic and Defence Studies Centre currently offers one undergraduate coursework qualification on campus:
The Bachelor in Asia-Pacific Security requires completion of 144 units (24 courses) including;
- Core component of eight courses (48 units) providing a deep understanding of international, internal and transnational challenges currently facing the Asia-Pacific' a history of conflict in this region' and an overview of the potential implications for Australia's security.
- Asian language component consisting of four courses (24 units) in an Asian language offered by The Australian National University's School of Culture, History and Language.
- Elective component of 12 unprescribed courses (72 units), allowing students the option to take a relevant major in another School of College, or to take additional language courses. Duration: The Bachelor in Asia-Pacific Security can be completed in three years (full-time).
Course Delivery: Courses are taught weekly during semester.