Understand and explain human behaviour.
Help make a difference in the justice system.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) at University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).
Designers play a pivotal role in the way we communicate, interact, learn, and problem solve.
Designed to prepare you for a career in psychology and criminology, this double degree explores the psychological dimensions of crime and crime-related applications of psychology.
You will cover all the academic courses required for admission as a legal practitioner in Australia.
The current political context presents challenges for social workers but our professionally accredited program is designed to assist students to become critically reflective agents of change in the struggle for a more democratic, equitable and sustainable world.
The program is designed to give you the skills to become a professionally accredited counsellor.
Graduate after five years with two degrees and gain practical legal and scientific skills.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Communication at University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).
The early years of children’s lives are incredibly important.
The program takes an in depth look at our mental processes and helps you understand why people think, feel and behave as they do.
In this program, you’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of how the human body works and what happens when diseases, infections and clinical disorders occur.
Creative Industries is one of the fastest growing, most dynamic and diverse employment sectors.
This program equips you with the knowledge and skills to understand and prevent crime.
If you have an interest in law and a passion for the environment, this dual program is for you.
Work with young children to help them learn and grow.
This program is politically progressive, grounded in critical, anti-racist and pro-feminist theoretical approaches.
Want to learn about how animals are impacted by the environment and human interaction and what we can do to protect their future? Develop your analytical and research skills to better understand how to conserve and manage animals.
Environmental scientists help businesses and governments understand and make informed decisions about how to preserve natural ecosystems and resources, and how to balance the needs of humans and the natural world.
Civil engineers plan, design and build the infrastructure we rely on as a civilisation – including things like buildings, roads, water systems and more.
Gain the skills you need for a career as an environmental manager.