Do you have a passion for social justice, human rights, and making a difference? This degree produces
graduates equipped to work with skill and passion to enhance the social wellbeing of individuals, groups and communities, both locally and globally. The social issues people experience in an ever-changing world are often complex, and require highly-skilled approaches. This program is underpinned by principles of human rights, social justice and integrity as the foundation for professional social work practice.
In this program you will learn through a rich combination of academic and extensive work practice knowledge and develop the skills to support change ethically across a diversity of needs, forms of disadvantage, and practice contexts. You’ll complete two field education placements (1,000 hours in total) gaining practical experience in a range of fields including health and mental health, child protection, disability, substance abuse, family violence and more. For more information, visit Bachelor of Social Work at UniSC – University of the Sunshine Coast.