Diploma of Social Science

Christian Heritage College

The Diploma of Social Science is designed to provide students with practical and theoretical knowledge and concepts with some depth relating to the applied social sciences.

Course Fee:

Australian: $14,360
International: $18,000

Entry Requirements:

Year 12 or equivalent; Sound Achievement (SA - QCAA) in English assumed; Applicants for whom English is not their first language must also satisfy English language requirements: documentary evidence of secondary schooling, or tertiary studies of at least one year, conducted in the English language, or an overall score of 6.5 with minimum scores of 6.0 in all subtests, in an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test which is no more than 2 years old at the time of commencement at CHC.

Structure:

8 units (80 credit points) of core units.

Subjects you can Study:

Applied social sciences

Study Pathways:

Students who successfully complete the Diploma of Social Science may articulate into the Bachelor of Applied Social Science or the Bachelor of Counselling. Students who are enrolled in these Bachelor courses may exit with the Diploma of Social Science, subject to the completion of course requirements.

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 01016F

Related Careers:

Sociologist,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Carindale No info Yes Full time 1 year
Carindale No info Yes Part time 2 years

From smaller class sizes to the personal commitment of lecturers and strong community spirit, students will notice a distinctive difference between Christian Heritage College and larger tertiary institutions. The CHC mission is to ‘transform people to transform the world’, and the courses and community life are geared towards the development of the whole person for a calling, rather than simply gaining a degree.

CHC is a higher education provider which offers over 25 courses from diploma to masters level. Students can choose from a range of disciplines including business, education and humanities, liberal arts, social sciences and ministries.

CHC is renowned for producing teachers and workers in the ‘helping professions’. Students can specialise in primary or secondary teaching, counselling, youth work and more.

In 2017, 85 per cent of CHC education graduates were employed in teaching positions within their first term following graduation. This is well-above the industry average.

The recently launched Millis Institute is dedicated to the liberal arts. Students can study a diploma or bachelor degree in the liberal arts, and have the opportunity to undertake a five-week intensive at Oxford University in England.

Students can study full-time or part-time, on campus or externally, or a combination of both. Courses start in February and July each year at our convenient campus in Carindale, Brisbane, with plenty of free parking available.

All of CHC’s courses are fully accredited and HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP are available, subject to eligibility criteria, allowing students to defer their study costs.

Students interested in undergraduate courses (except the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts) can apply through QTAC (www.qtac.edu.au). Applications for the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts, postgraduate courses and overseas students are made directly to CHC at www.chc.edu.au.

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