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Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking Courses
In 2017 the Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking can be taken in combination with any Bachelor degree at Western Sydney University.
This degree supports and develops critical thinking, creativity, innovation and analysis.
Future-focused course content equips you with thought and leadership skills to allow you to better adapt to, and thrive within, the increasing complexity of our world.
A Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking combines the degree in your area of interest with a focus on ethical leadership in a complex world, creativity and innovation, ethical approaches to decision-making and community engagement.
These elements, combined with service learning, can produce elevated, yet practical, problem-solving. Entrepreneurship and innovation are supported by a solid base of logic and rhetoric, systems thinking and computational thinking. Research futures are supported by working through the history of ideas and traditions of thinking.
The programs are underpinned by internships, international educational experiences, student-led projects and local community engagement.
The degree prepares students for challenges and opportunities yet to be imagined, and provides cross-disciplinary practical experience and the development of ethical leadership.
The ATAR requirement for the Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking is 85.00. However, the ATARs may be higher in your concurrent degree.
You will only be able to select concurrent courses where you meet the required ATARs.
All units in these concurrent degrees are delivered on the Parramatta campus only.
If you are enrolled in a degree linked with the Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking you will gain entry into The Academy (opens in a new window).
Refer to the full listing of Undergraduate courses to find the course you wish to combine with the Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking.