Bachelor of Social Welfare
A variety of career outcomes are available to graduates of this course that provides the theoretical and practical foundation for work in the human services sector. You will gain skills in case management, community development, counselling, social research, policy work, advocacy, and grief and loss counselling and undertake significant on-the-job professional placement. You can also choose to specialise in either children and youth, health and disability, Indigenous communities or mental health. The course articulates with a range of VET awards and is also a pathway to the University’s Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying) that provides the academic pre-requisites for registration as a social worker.