Charles Sturt University (CSU) Courses
CSU's four-year podiatry course features a strong emphasis on clinical practice supported by on-campus workplace learning experiences at CSU's Community Engagement and Wellness Centre.
The course will assist and prepare you to be able to undertake independent critical reflection on policing policy and practice, and apply the results of research in policing to professional practice.
The Bachelor of Policing (Investigations) is a nationally recognised and registered award in tertiary education.
The Bachelor of Psychology at CSU can provide you with the current minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist.
The Bachelor of Public Safety and Security is taught by practitioners for practitioners.
Which of the world's problems would you like to solve? CSU's Bachelor of Science prepares you for a rewarding career helping to advance Australian and international scientific knowledge and develop solutions to some of the complex problems facing society.
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) has the flexibility to meet the differing needs of students wishing to specialise in many of the disciplines offered by the Faculty of Science.
CSU's three-year Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) may be used as a pathway to the Bachelor of Psychology, or you can graduate ready to work in one of the many fields where psychological knowledge is highly valued.
The Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (Honours) allows you to pursue advanced study in psychology.
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.