Bachelor of Social Work
This three-year undergraduate course is available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students only.
As a graduate you will be eligible for membership to the Australian Community Workers Association.
CSU has more than 25 years’ experience delivering human services education and our Bachelor of Human Service (with specialisations) is highly valued by industry and employers.
Become a skilled social worker with the ability to nurture people’s self-reliance and problem-solving abilities.
The Bachelor of Social Work is a highly regarded and practical course which enables you to enter a profession of critical importance in guiding and supporting individuals, families and whole sectors of our varied communities.
A degree in social work gives you the skills to enhance the wellbeing of people, taking into account the influence of policy, socio-economic factors and social justice issues.
The society we live in is diverse, complex and fascinating.
This program builds on the key concepts developed in the BHumanServ - learning and socialisation, individual behaviour, human interaction, life stage development, as well as normative and deviant behaviour in culturally specific and multicultural contexts.
The Bachelor of Humanitarian and Community Studies will enable students to understand, critically analyse and apply concepts of human service delivery in the field of humanitarian aid, social and especially community engagement.