Social work and human services

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If helping others is your calling, then we’re here to help you reach your goal. Study social work or human services to develop the skills required to promote social change and help others address challenges such as inequality, discrimination, violence and other types of oppression. Work to improve individual and community wellbeing. Our degrees focus on social justice, human rights and making a real impact in the community. They’re about developing your ability to create possibility.

Career outcomes

Our graduates have pursued careers as:

  • aged care worker
  • community services officer
  • student and family counsellor
  • psychological assistant
  • disability social worker
  • social worker
  • family service worker
  • project officer
  • case worker
  • mental health support worker
  • child and youth worker
  • migration support officer
  • social services worker

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