The Bachelor of Social Work promotes experience-based learning to empower graduates with work-ready skills that will make an impact.

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)

What you will study

What you will studyThe Bachelor of Social Work degree is an experience-based learning degree, which integrates theory, practice and social work values within the study framework.

When you study social work you will complete core courses in social work, Aboriginal studies, philosophy, psychology, sociology and anthropology and a directed course in law.  You will benefit from an emphasis on self-directed learning and well planned and supported field education placements.

Through this thoughtful combination of traditional lecture based teaching and hands-on practical training, the social work degree prepares you for practice as a professional social worker, working with organisations, groups, families and individuals to address inequality and promote the well-being of people in society.  

For more information about the Bachelor of Social Work, please refer to the handbook.

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