The bachelor program of social services was established in order to educate social workers who have the core knowledge in social work, social policy and research and equipped with the skills needed to champion the rights of disadvantaged groups and contribute to social justice. Besides the core knowledge in social work, the curriculum of the program also includes the elements of other related disciplines such as sociology, psychology and anthropology. Students also obtain the necessary skills for their career through placements in social service institutions or applied training by using the methods of social group work, social individual work and working with the society. We aim to make our graduates to stand out with their breadth of knowledge, developed professional skills, strong awareness of ethical issues, and advanced critical and analytical skills.
Career Prospects: Graduates of this program typically find high-level work in areas such as government agencies, child protection, drug and alcohol support clinics, indigenous health and welfare agencies, residential care, community organisations, not-for-profit groups, private practice and public sector healthcare.