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Human Service Studies

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description

The aim of the major, sub-major and minor is to introduce students to the disciplines that underpin human service work (Option 1) and social policy practice (Option 2).

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
Minor comprises the four courses from one of the options below:
Option 1: Human Service Work
Human Service Provision WELF 1014 4.5 1
Group Work BEHL 2009 4.5 1
Human Service Intervention WELF 2012 4.5 2
Case Management WELF 3015 4.5 3
Option 2: Social Policy Practice
Human Service Provision WELF 1014 4.5 1
Governance and Citizenship in Australia POLI 1008 4.5 1
Australian Social Policy POLI 1012 4.5 2
Policy Practice POLI 2027 4.5 3
Sub-Major includes the four courses from one of the options above plus two of the following, 1 of which must be an advanced (level 3) course:
Major includes the four courses from one of the options listed above plus four of the following, 1 of which must be an advanced (level 3) course:
Social Enquiry Methods HUMS 1004 4.5 2
Human Service Workers and the Law JUST 2005 4.5 2
Working with Community WELF 2010 4.5 2
Mental Health and Mental Wellbeing WELF 2019 4.5 2
Social Analysis and the Human Services WELF 3018 4.5 3
Human Service Project Management WELF 2014 4.5 3

Rules

Nil

Notes

Nil