Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Human Services -with specialisations equips graduates with the skills required to work in a variety of community social services.
The course consists of 24 x 8 point subjects. Up to 12 subjects are awarded for credit.
- Human Services
- with specialisations in Mental Health and Addiction
- Child and Adolescent Welfare
- Australian Indigenous Welfare
- Multicultural Welfare
- Gerontology and Health Ageing
- Sustainable Community Development
Standard entry requirements
Normal CSU admission requirements
The Bachelor of Social Science (Social Welfare) degree is recognised throughout Australia, and by the Commonwealth and NSW Public Services as an approved three-year tertiary qualification for employment purposes.
TAFE Diploma graduates in Community Welfare are eligible for the TAFE pathway, a 3 year part-time (equivalent to 18 months full-time) course through which they build on their prior study to gain a university degree.
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