Community and human services
Set yourself up for a career helping others, in roles such as family support worker, youth worker and community development officer.
Become a critically reflective and ethical practitioner that can make lasting change to the lives of people in need.
This Masters by Research program sees candidates working with a Principal Supervisor, appointed by the Research Higher Degrees Sub Committee, with the approval of the School.
Are you passionate about helping people in the community?Would you like to support and assist a range of individuals and families?
Want to make a positive difference to solve social problems in a rapidly changing human services sector? You’ll develop a broad suite of skills to become a social entrepreneur who can assist, advocate and empower people and communities who are experiencing complex social and economic challenges.
This Doctor of Philosophy program sees candidates working with a Principal Supervisor, appointed by the Research Higher Degrees Sub Committee, with the approval of the School.
Be an advocate for social justice and human rights. Make a real difference to the lives of people in need. Excel in your career in one of the fastest growing professions.
Develop a broad set of essential communication and research skills, that will prepare you for careers both locally and across the globe.
We'll help you to perfect your skills at providing support for people in complex circumstances.
Gain the industry-recognised qualification to work in a wide range of community service sectors, particularly social welfare in government departments, not-for-profit or community-based organisations and for private employers.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is gearing up to provide services to people with a lived experience of disability across the state and the nation, and will offer lots of career opportunities.
Make a real difference in the lives of others.
Perhaps seeing someone you know suffering from a mental illness has spurred you in this direction. Maybe it’s as simple as caring deeply for the mental wellbeing of our society.
If you're ready to take the next step in your career and become a disability support professional, our program will help get you there.
Accelerate your career helping those at risk with our Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention.
A degree that will enable you to teach secondary school students or become a welfare officer in school or educational settings.