Bachelor of Applied Social Science

Australian College of Applied Psychology

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 01328A

This program aims to ground students in the applied social sciences with a well-developed understanding of social systems, sociological theory, and social policy. It integrates theory, social research, skills and professional experience, preparing students with critical thinking skills for employment in the workforce in public, private and community settings. The program allows students to choose between a minor in Counselling or Coaching, in which they complete three units of study. This course also includes a total of 250 hours of Work-integrated Placement which provide students with practical experience and great networking opportunities to help prepare them for entering the workplace.

Structure

  • 24 units: 8 core units from the Social Science strand
  • 8 core units in the Professional Practice strand including 250 hours of Work-integrated Placement, 3 core units in the Applied Psychology strand
  • 3 units in a minor strand and 2 electives.

Subjects

  • Applied social science

Standard entry requirements

  • Year 12 or equivalent
  • Or a Certificate IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree
  • Or partial completion of a Bachelor's degree
  • Or be aged 21 years or over

Study pathways

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Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Sydney Domestic: $51,696
International: $64,608
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Brisbane Domestic: $51,696
International: $64,608
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Melbourne Domestic: $51,696
International: $64,608
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Further information

FEE-HELP and Scholarships are available.

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