Studying this program gives students the knowledge to fulfill their passion for people and gain insight into the key issues facing the welfare sector. Students develop global perspectives on social justice and human rights as well as a solid understanding of the environmental, economic, and social contexts impacting individuals and communities. For more program information, visit Bachelor of Human Services at UniSQ.
The Bachelor of Human Services (Community Development and Indigenous Studies) is offered in on-campus (Ipswich and Toowoomba) and external modes. Students enrolled at the Toowoomba campus will need to undertake inter-campus travel or online study to complete additional core and elective courses.
Students must obtain a Blue Card and Australian Federal Police Criminal History Check Certificate; refer to institution. Mandatory residential schools and 420 hours of supervised professional placements are undertaken as part of this program.
For additional information about the admissions criteria for the University of Southern Queensland and for this course, refer to UniSQ’s website.
English (Units 3 and 4, C)
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Excluding: The lowest ATAR/Selection Rank to which an offer was made, excluding adjustment factors.
Including: The lowest ATAR/Selection Rank to which an offer was made including any adjustment factors that may have been applied.
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Community and government organisations as community development worker, counsellor, welfare worker, support worker, case manager, child support officer.
The Bachelor of Human Services (Community Development and Indigenous Studies) is accredited by the Australian Community Workers Association (ACWA). Graduates of this Program are eligible to apply for ACWA membership.
11 Jan 2024
15 Mar 2024
3 years Full time or 7 years Part time