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Counselling and Interpersonal Skills

Year



Type

Minor

Description

Counselling and Interpersonal Skills provides students with practical and applied skills from Psychology: foundational knowledge and skills in counselling and interpersonal communication; working with groups and communities. There are also opportunities to participate in practical research projects. The additional 'practical' job skills learned will be desirable to many employers and will provide a sound foundation for future postgraduate study.

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MINOR - CORE COURSES Rule(s): 1 Note(s): 1
Counselling Foundations BEHL 1022 4.5 1
Counselling Skills BEHL 2013 4.5 2
Counselling Interventions BEHL 3018 4.5 3
PLUS SELECT ONE COURSE FROM THE LIST BELOW
Group Work BEHL 2009 4.5 1
Working with Community WELF 2010 4.5 2

Rules

  1. This minor is only available to students in the following programs. MBPU, MBCN, MHPU, IBHT, IBHL and DBBH.

Notes

  1. Students not in the specified programs must seek the permission of the Bachelor of Psychological Science program director.