The course content includes sociology, psychology, spiritual formation, basic counselling skills, counselling theories and practice, an understanding of human services and community development, a third year practical placement at a range of government, welfare organisations and businesses, as well as electives.
The undergraduate program has been designed to equip and prepare students for diverse roles in human services, and to be a foundation for those interested in continued studies to become a professional counsellor.
Possible career outcomes are:
• Professional Counselling
• Case Mangaer
• Mental Health Worker
• School Counsellor
• Community Worker
Course Duration: 3 years full time or equivalent part time.
Location: On campus or external
Intake: February and July
Prerequisites: Completion of Year 12, a Certificate IVQualification or Equivalent or Mature Age Entry.
School of Social Science
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