Human Services Programme
The Social Work and Human Services Programme welcomes applicants to its professional programmes. We hope you will find the information provided self-explanatory. Please contact us if you have questions or concerns at any stage of the process as you consider your study options.
Our Human Services Programme, introduced in 2004, is designed for students pursuing careers that involve working with people, such as community work, health, education, and criminal justice.
The programme meets the needs of people working in the human services who are increasingly expected to have professional training and/or qualifications. The courses bridge the gap between academic courses, such as Sociology and Political Science, and professional courses, such as Social Work, Speech-Language Therapy, and Clinical Psychology.
The undergraduate and postgraduate programmes have three study pathways or streams. Each stream offers a suggested study pathway designed to reflect the interests and career goals of students. Study pathways can also be complemented by courses offered by other departments.
The postgraduate programme in Human Services offers the opportunity for students to focus on areas of interest that will support their career development. It is designed to provide the knowledge and skills that will lead to senior positions in local, national, and global human service agencies, organisations, and government departments.
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