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1 psychology, social work and human services 2016

2 Welcome You are about to start on the greatest intellectual adventure you could possibly imagine and I m delighted that you re considering coming to study with us at the University of South Australia. You ll find that we are a university for the 21st century; we educate tomorrow s professionals and conduct research to solve today s challenges. With a vibrant and diverse student body comprised of about 34,000 students, the University of South Australia is the State s largest university. We offer more than 200 degree programs in business, education, arts, social sciences, health sciences, information technology, engineering and the environment. We are South Australia s leading university for graduate careers and are ranked first in the State for overall student satisfaction (2014 Good Universities Guide). Our reputation for excellence around the world also continues to grow as the youngest university in Australia ranked in both QS Top Universities and Times Higher Education s top 50 of world universities under 50 years old. QS also ranks UniSA in the top 10 of universities aged under 25. Our reach extends into South Australian industry through more than 2000 connections including partnerships with Hewlett- Packard and Hills Ltd. It also extends across the globe through powerful partnerships with global universities Shandong, Tianjin and Beijing Normal Universities in China, Keio University in Japan, Trinity College in Dublin and numerous collaborative efforts with universities elsewhere in Europe and in North America. If you decide that the University of South Australia is the right place for you, we will do everything possible to set you on the career of your choice so that, as a graduate, you can take your place as one of the new professionals driving national and international economies through your skills, capabilities and innovation potential. I hope that you will consider joining us and I look forward to seeing you on campus soon. Professor David G. Lloyd Vice Chancellor and President 2015 Events Open Day 2015 Sunday, 16 August, City West and City East campuses unisa.edu.au/openday Twilight Wednesday, 26 August, pm Magill campus On the cover: state-of-the-art hardware at Magill campus allows students to investigate brain function and cerebral blood flow. Artist: Rikurani Acknowledgement of Country UniSA respects the Kaurna, Boandik and Barngarla peoples spiritual relationship with their country. We also acknowledge the diversity of Aboriginal peoples, past and present. Find out more about the University s commitment to reconciliation at unisa.edu.au/rap Mount Gambier Open Day Thursday, 20 August, pm Mount Gambier campus Whyalla Open Day Sunday, 30 August, 11.00am 3.00pm Whyalla campus unisa.edu.au/infosessions

3 Your study options explained Find the right study option for you, no matter where you are in your career. This guide contains all of the University of South Australia s study options in the psychology, social work and human services area, so you can find the right degree for you. Maybe you re at the very start of your university experience, finishing high school or considering study in an area that has always interested you for the first time. If so, then an undergraduate degree is probably the right fit for you. Perhaps you have been working in your field for some time and you re looking to take that next step. A postgraduate coursework degree can help you further your career. Alternatively, you could be a specialist in your field with something to give back. Make your mark with a research degree. Wherever you are, starting out, stepping up or giving back, we have a study option to suit your journey. Contents Australia s university of enterprise...2 Creating careers for the community...4 Undergraduate...8 Your future begins here Bachelor of Psychological Science...9 Bachelor of Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills)...10 Bachelor of Psychological Science (Cognitive Neuroscience)...10 Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)...11 Bachelor of Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills), Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)...11 Bachelor of Social Work...13 Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)...13 Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services)...14 Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services), Bachelor of Psychological Science...15 Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Arts (International Relations)...16 Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society), Bachelor of Social Work...17 Postgraduate...18 Realise your potential Master of Social Work...19 Master of Psychology (Clinical) Research Contribute to your field Doctor of Philosophy, Masters by Research Study at UniSA the basics

4 Focused on the future We ve got some exciting plans for the future with new learning spaces in health, science and innovation all in the heart of Adelaide s booming West End. > > Jeffrey Smart Building (JSB): the JSB has quickly become our new student home. Based at the City West campus, you can borrow books, grab a coffee, charge your laptop, book a study room or even enjoy a free outdoor movie. > > Great Hall: the University is commencing construction on this brand-new space in Once complete, it will host graduation ceremonies, student sporting events, exhibitions, a gym, swimming pool and more. > > Sci C Ed: part of the University s new Health Innovation Building (construction commencing in 2015), the Science Creativity Education Studio will provide a new space for students and industry to innovate, create and collaborate. 2

5 Australia s university of enterprise Study. Solutions. Connections. We ve prioritised the right elements to build an industry-connected, globally enterprising university. Study Educating tomorrow s professionals With employment rates that exceed the state and national averages, our graduates will be front and centre as the leaders and innovators of tomorrow. As South Australia s largest university, we offer a wide and varied range of programs in arts, education, social sciences, business and law, health sciences as well as aviation, engineering and IT, environments, science and mathematics. > 91 per cent of UniSA graduates going on to full-time work are employed in a professional occupation within four months of completing their degree. (Graduate Destination Survey) Solutions End-user focused research We are a solutions-oriented university, taking on the challenges of the future and aligning our research towards providing answers in these areas. > Australia s leading university for interdisciplinary research. (U-Multirank 2015) SA s leading university for graduate careers 2014 MyUniversity 5th in Australia and 35th worldwide in the THE Top 100 under Times Higher Education Connections Partnering with industry Real solutions don t happen without great partnerships and we re teaming up with local icons and international heavyweights to drive the advancements behind a better society. > Collaborating with more than 2000 companies worldwide. No. 1 in South Australia for student satisfaction Good Universities Guide

6 Creating careers for the community A unique meeting place of the social sciences, offering cross-disciplinary studies, accredited professional degrees and state-of-the-art facilities. Psychology and Psychological Science Our professionally accredited psychology and psychological science degrees are the only kind in South Australia to offer both psychology and counselling courses. You will gain a unique perspective and understanding about both animal and human behaviour and the psychology behind social interactions. Our degrees open up opportunities for an array of careers, and can be a pathway if you are pursuing a career as a clinical psychologist. unisa.edu.au/psychology Cognitive Neuroscience SA s only cognitive neuroscience degree explores the nature of the relationship between the brain and behaviour. Learn from internationally-renowned academics and specialists, and be at the forefront of ground-breaking research in the field. Develop your own understanding and practical experience in our state-of-the-art Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory located on Magill campus. unisa.edu.au/cog-neuro Social Work and Human Services Indigenous Employment Pathways Initiative The School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy have partnered with Service to Youth Council (SYC) to develop an employment pathway for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students studying any program within the School. Students selected for the program may undertake their studies part-time and gain employment in a highly regarded non-government organisation, opening up a wide range of opportunities to apply their knowledge and further develop their professional skills. unisa.edu.au/iep Regional learning The University of South Australia also has locations in Whyalla and Mount Gambier. Both campuses offer the same excellence in teaching and learning, and access to services and support available to city-based students, combined with the benefits of smaller classes and regional living. Regional study options are available in the education, nursing and social work areas. Look out for this icon to see if your preferred program is available at a regional location. unisa.edu.au/regional If you re passionate about empowering individuals and communities to reach their potential, and an advocate for human rights, social change, and positive human relationships, then social work and human services are good degree choices for you. Throughout your degree you will gain the skills required to work in a diverse range of fields in the social work and human service professions. Further build your practical skills in our on-campus Social Work Studios and undertake work placements. unisa.edu.au/socialwork 4

7 Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences Encouraging and educating inter-disciplinary, dynamic, and socially-engaged professionals of the future. Working across fields related to the arts, education, social sciences and humanities, with a unique focus on applied research, our graduates emerge as creative, innovative, and career-ready professionals. With real-world experience embedded in each of our programs and state-of-the-art facilities, our students gain the skills, knowledge and networks to prepare them for their professional careers. You may also be interested in If a career in psychology, social work and social science interests you, you may also be interested in studying: > > Education > > Health sciences Learn a language while you study The ability to speak a second or third language is an invaluable skill in today s global environment and our Diploma in Languages provides a unique opportunity to learn French, Italian, Japanese or English (as an Additional Language) alongside your professional studies. Tailored to all ranges of fluency, you can pick up a new language from the very beginning or refine pre-existing speaking, writing and listening skills. Find out more in the communication, international studies and languages guide or visit unisa.edu.au/languages 5

8 Psychology 2014 QS SUBJECT RANKINGS STUDY EXCHANGE OPPORTUNITIES PLACEMENTS AS PART OF YOUR PROGRAM SA S ONLY UNDERGRADUATE COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE DEGREE DOUBLE DEGREE OPTIONS 6

9 Making up your mind The top five reasons you need to study psychology, social work and human services at UniSA. 7

10 Your future begins here Kick start your tertiary learning and career with undergraduate study. Undergraduate study is often the first step in tertiary learning. It provides an entry point into university and an introduction to the fundamental skills needed for your future profession, as well as some more specialised knowledge. As such, a completed undergraduate qualification is often a starting point for gaining professional accreditation in many areas. These include engineering, law, architecture, physiotherapy, urban and regional planning and more. unisa.edu.au/future Qualifications include: * Diploma: 1-2 years Associate Degree: 2 years Bachelor: 3-4 years Bachelor (Honours): 4 years^ *study times are approximate and based on a full-time study load ^or 1 year in addition to a 3-year bachelor program Who is it for? > > High-school leavers > > Long-term employees seeking a career change > > Professionals and tradespeople seeking to upskill > > People from a wide range of backgrounds seeking to further their employment prospects and/or gain new knowledge Find out more: Entry requirements: see page 24 of this guide programs.unisa.edu.au How to apply: unisa.edu.au/apply 8

11 Campus C CE: City East, CW: City West, M: Magill, ML: Mawson Lakes, MG: Mount Gambier or W: Whyalla Full-time program duration in years 1 Part-time study available PT External study available EX Partial external study available PX Regional study available Bachelor of Psychological Science MBPU Entry M 3 SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...70 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code E Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > The work placement in the third year of the program provides hands-on industry experience and possible employment opportunities. > > Graduates are equipped with in-depth knowledge of human behaviour that prepares them to make a real impact on people and communities. > > World Top 150 for Psychology (QS subject rankings 2014). Overview Psychology is the science of human and animal behaviour and appeals to those who want to understand more about the nature of such behaviour and social interactions. The Bachelor of Psychological Science will provide you with an understanding of the theoretical basis of psychology, critical and analytical thinking skills, and the ability to manage data and be critical consumers and producers of research. Career opportunities Career options in psychological science are wide and varied. Some of the roles graduates may find employment in include: > > behavioural ecologist > > community development officer > > crime prevention officer > > disability support officer > > drug/alcohol case worker > > human resources manager > > psychologist (with further study) > > training officer. FIRST YEAR Psychology 1A Indigenous Australians: Culture and Colonisation Elective 1 Elective 2 Psychology 1B Introductory Research Methods Professional Development: Counselling and Psychology Elective 3 SECOND YEAR Developmental Psychology Cognitive Psychology Elective 4 Elective 5 Social and Community Psychology Biological and Learning Psychology Elective 6 Elective 7 THIRD YEAR OPTION A Personality Psychology Psychology Placement Specialist Psychology Course 1 Clinical and Abnormal Psychology Specialist Psychology Course 2 Specialist Psychology Course 3 Elective 8 OPTION B Personality Psychology Specialist Psychology Course 1 Specialist Psychology Course 2 Elective 8 Clinical and Abnormal Psychology Psychology Placement Specialist Psychology Course 3 SPECIALIST PSYCHOLOGY COURSES Advanced Research Methods Psychophysiology of Sleep Psychological Assessment Work and Organisational Psychology Conservation Psychology Language, Context and Social Behaviour Affinity of the mind Sophie Dahlenburg Student, Bachelor of Psychological Science With an interest in how the human mind works and a desire to help people with mental illness Sophie decided to study psychological science. I ve always had an affinity with how the mind works and my time spent in the military also made me realise that there are a lot of people with mental illness who don t know where to seek help I d like to be part of changing that! Initially my first preference was for another university but after hearing that UniSA s program was more practically based I changed my preference and I m glad that I did. The staff have been very approachable and supportive and the facilities are amazing. Receiving my grades at the end of my first year has been extremely rewarding, as are the friendships I ve made with other students. As I enter my second year of study my goal is complete an exchange semester in the United States of America. Undergraduate Professional accreditation This program is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council. UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies Honours Based on academic merit, quota, and completion of prerequisite courses, graduates of this program may be eligible to apply for entry to the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). 9

12 Bachelor of Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills) MBPU Bachelor of Psychological Science (Cognitive Neuroscience) MBCN 10 Entry SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...70 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code A Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > The only South Australian university to offer undergraduate students both counselling and interpersonal skills courses. > > Gain hands-on experience through a third-year work placement. > > Ranked in the World Top 150 for Psychology (QS subject rankings 2014). Overview The Bachelor of Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills) provides an understanding of the theoretical basis of psychology and a solid introduction to the theory and practice of counselling. You will study core courses in counselling and interpersonal skills, building your knowledge and preparing you for working with individuals, groups and communities. You will gain skills in critical and analytical thinking, data management, and become a critical consumer and producer of research. Career opportunities Career options in psychological science are wide and varied. Some of the roles graduates may find employment in include: > > behavioural ecologist > > community development officer > > counsellor > > crime prevention officer > > disability support officer > > drug/alcohol case worker > > human resources manager > > psychologist (with further study) > > training officer. Professional accreditation This program is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council. Graduates of the Bachelor of Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills) specialisation may also apply for Level 1 membership of the Australian Counselling Association. UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies Honours Based on academic merit, quota, and completion of prerequisite courses, graduates of this program may be eligible to apply for admission to the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). M 3 FIRST YEAR Entry M 3 Psychology 1A SATAC Counselling Foundations ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Indigenous Australians: Culture Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...90 and Colonisation TAFE minimum entry...certiv Free Elective CRICOS program code a Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Psychology 1B Introductory Research Methods Professional Development: Counselling and Psychology Counselling and Interpersonal Skills Course 1 SECOND YEAR Developmental Psychology Cognitive Psychology Counselling Skills Counselling and Interpersonal Skills Course 2 Biological and Learning Psychology Social and Community Psychology Counselling Interventions Counselling and Interpersonal Skills Course 3 THIRD YEAR OPTION A Personality Psychology Psychology Placement Specialist Psychology Course 1 Clinical and Abnormal Psychology Specialist Psychology Course 2 Specialist Psychology Course 3 Counselling and Interpersonal Skills Course 4 OPTION B Personality Psychology Specialist Psychology Course 1 Specialist Psychology Course 2 Counselling and Interpersonal Skills Course 4 Clinical and Abnormal Psychology Psychology Placement Specialist Psychology Course 3 SPECIALIST PSYCHOLOGY COURSES Advanced Research Methods Psychological Assessment Psychophysiology of Sleep Health Psychology Conservation Psychology Language, Context and Social Behaviour Work and Organisational Psychology COUNSELLING AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS COURSES Group Work Working with Community Community Engagement and Research Introduction to Psychological Intervention Counselling Elective COUNSELLING ELECTIVE COURSES Human Service Provision Governance and Citizenship in Australia The Social World Effective Communication Language and Culture Communication, Culture and Indigenous Australians Comparative Indigenous Studies Key features > > South Australia s only Cognitive Neuroscience program. > > Apply your theoretical knowledge during practicals in the Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory located at the Magill campus. > > This program offers an initial step in the pathway to a career in clinical psychology, neuropsychology or neuroscience research. Overview Cognitive neuroscience is the study of the relationship between the brain and behaviour. This exciting program integrates biology and psychology, giving you a unique opportunity to explore the neural underpinnings of cognition and the impact of social and developmental factors. You will gain an understanding of the theoretical basis of psychology while developing specialised knowledge and research skills in the cognitive neuroscience field. Career opportunities Some of the career paths cognitive neuroscience graduates may follow include: > > assistant neuropsychologist > > clinical neurophysiological technician > > clinical psychologist (with further study) > > laboratory technician (clinical or research) > > research assistant. UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies Honours Based on academic merit and quota, graduates of this program may be eligible to apply for admission to the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). FIRST YEAR Psychology 1A Human Anatomy 100 Molecules to Tissues A Indigenous Australians: Culture and Colonisation Psychology 1B Introductory Research Methods Foundations in Cognitive Neuroscience Elective 1 SECOND YEAR Developmental Psychology Cognitive Psychology Human Anatomy 200 Cognitive Neuroscience Social and Community Psychology Biological and Learning Psychology States of Awareness Elective 2 THIRD YEAR Advanced Research Methods Social Neuroscience Specialist Psychology course Elective 3 Clinical and Abnormal Psychology Neuroscience Across the Lifespan Psychology Research Experience Elective 4 SPECIALIST PSYCHOLOGY COURSES Health Psychology Psychological Assessment Work and Organisational Psychology Language, Context and Social Behaviour Conversation Psychology Personality Psychology Psychophysiology of Sleep

13 Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) MHPU Entry M 4 PT SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...n/a TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code d Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > This program offers an initial step in the pathway to a career in clinical psychology. > > Our graduates are equipped with in-depth knowledge of human behaviour that prepares them to make a real impact on people and communities. > > Ranked in the World Top 150 for Psychology (QS subject rankings 2014). Overview The Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) provides students with an understanding of the theoretical basis of psychology, critical and analytical thinking skills, counselling and interpersonal skills and the ability to design, conduct and evaluate research. Students graduate with an Honours degree, which is the prerequisite for entry to postgraduate study in psychology. To become a professional practising or research psychologist, students must continue study and complete a two-year Master of Psychology (Clinical) or a PhD in Psychology (see pages 20 and 23 for more information). Career opportunities Psychology graduates may find themselves working in a diverse range of roles and settings including: > > clinical psychologist (with further study) > > community work > > data analyst > > human resources > > marketing > > project management > > research assistant. Professional accreditation This program is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council. On completion graduates will have met the academic requirements for associate membership of the Australian Psychological Society and the prerequisites for postgraduate study in psychology. FIRST YEAR Psychology 1A Indigenous Australians: Culture and Colonisation Elective 1 Elective 2 Psychology 1B Introductory Research Methods Professional Development: Counselling and Psychology Elective 3 SECOND YEAR Developmental Psychology Cognitive Psychology Elective 4 Elective 5 Biological and Learning Psychology Social and Community Psychology Elective 6 Elective 7 THIRD YEAR Advanced Research Methods Personality Psychology Specialist Psychology Course 1 Specialist Psychology Course 2 Clinical and Abnormal Psychology Psychological Assessment Specialist Psychology Course 3 Elective 8 FOURTH YEAR Psychology Research Methods Psychology Honours Research Project 1 Psychology Level 4 Course Psychology Honours Research Project 2 Conducting and Communicating Research Introduction to Psychological Practice SPECIALIST PSYCHOLOGY COURSES Health Psychology Work and Organisational Psychology Conservation Psychology Language, Context and Social Behaviour Psychophysiology of Sleep Psychology Research Experience LEVEL 4 PSYCHOLOGY COURSES Life Span Developmental Psychology Psychology Under the Microscope UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies Bachelor of Psychological Science (Counselling and Interpersonal Skills) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Entry M CW 4 PX PT SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off)...new Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...75 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code d Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > Participate in work placement opportunities, enabling you to apply your skills and knowledge in real-world situations and establish vital industry contacts. > > Our graduates are equipped with in-depth knowledge of human behaviour that prepares them to make a real impact on business, people and communities. > > World Top 150 for Psychology (QS subject rankings 2014). Overview This double degree provides integrated studies in psychology and human resources, offering a balance of courses in behavioural and social sciences, human behaviour, critical, analytical and research skills, and business and people management skills. Designed to provide you with a solid grounding in human resources for managing people to achieve positive outcomes, you will develop a solid understanding of management systems and the skills to work as an effective manager in a global environment. There is also a strong focus on understanding human behaviour in an organisational context. Campus CE: City East, CW: City West, M: Magill, ML: Mawson Lakes, MG: Mount Gambier or W: Whyalla Full-time program duration in years Part-time study available External study available Partial external study available Regional study available Career opportunities Graduates of this program are equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to work in the following roles and areas: > > human resources manager > > consultant for staff recruitment, appraisal and performance measurement > > occupational health, safety and welfare officer > > organisational development officer > > staff training and development roles > > industrial relations advisor > > project and policy consultancy > > staff recruiter. Professional accreditation Graduates will have completed an undergraduate sequence that is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). This will allow them to go on to further study in psychology to satisfy the requirements for registration as a psychologist and eligibility for membership of the Australian Psychological Society. Professional recognition As a graduate you will satisfy the requirements for professional membership of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) (USA). Honours Based on academic merit and quota, following your degree you may have the option of undertaking a one-year Honours program in the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) or an Honours in Business degree. For more information visit unisa.edu.au/businesshonours/ UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies C 1 PT EX PX Undergraduate 11

14 A positive learning environment Leonie Emery Student, Bachelor of Social Work Motivated by her desire to make a difference in the lives of others, Leonie attended an information session at Magill campus and found the study opportunities and campus environment at UniSA enticing. Magill campus is a peaceful environment for studying and I often utilise the study rooms and Social Work Studios. Learning in the Social Work Studios has enabled me to develop my interviewing skills by viewing how I present myself and how I communicate with other people. The teaching staff are brilliant as they support you to reach your full potential. This support has provided me with professional growth opportunities such as speaking at events about my experience as a student. One of my work placements was at UniSA working on a program to enhance student learning through the development of interview skills. This provided me with valuable work experience and networks for future employment. 12

15 Campus C CE: City East, CW: City West, M: Magill, ML: Mawson Lakes, MG: Mount Gambier or W: Whyalla Full-time program duration in years 1 Part-time study available PT External study available EX Partial external study available PX Regional study available Bachelor of Social Work MBSW Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) MHSW Entry M W MG PX PT SATAC...(Magill) (Whyalla) (Mount Gambier) ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...75 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code m Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > UniSA s innovative Social Work Studio gives students simulated hands-on experience to develop their skills and professional knowledge in a safe and supportive environment. > > Students undertake field placements locally, rurally and internationally. > > This program is offered at the Magill campus and UniSA locations at Whyalla and Mount Gambier. Overview The social work degree will prepare you for entry-level professional practice in social work. The profession promotes advocacy, social change, positive human relationships and the empowerment of people to enhance their wellbeing. Principles of human rights and social justice are fundamental to social work, an increasingly important profession in today s rapidly changing world. The Bachelor of Social Work provides a sound knowledge of the political, behavioural and social sciences and prepares students for a range of professional social work job opportunities. Career opportunities Areas and settings where social workers may find employment include: > > aged care > > child and youth welfare > > community development > > correctional services > > disability services > > domestic violence victim services > > healthcare > > homelessness > > legal and court services > > multicultural services > > research > > social planning and administration. Professional recognition Graduates are eligible for membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College programs: > > Foundation Studies > > Diploma in Arts 4 FIRST YEAR 4 Human Service Provision Communication Skills in Social Work and Human Services The Social World Psychology 1A Governance and Citizenship in Australia Group Work Free Elective Psychology 1B Key features SECOND YEAR Human Service Intervention Australian Social Policy Social Enquiry Methods Interviewing Skills in Social Work and Human Services Mental Health and Mental Wellbeing Policy Practice Human Service Workers and the Law Working with Community THIRD YEAR Social Work Field Education 1 Social Work Practice Strategies Advanced Practice in Social Work Contemporary Practice Approaches Working with Human Service Organisations Indigenous Australians and the Human Services FOURTH YEAR Professional Practice in the Workplace Child Centred Practice Choose one of the following: Aged Care and Social Work Practice Complexity in Practice Rural Social Work Social Work Field Education 2 Professional Development Honours Based on academic merit and quota, an Honours degree in social work is available and may be entered either in first year or by transferring at the end of third year. See the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) (right) for details of this degree. Field education placements Students will undertake supervised field education placements as a part of this degree. To undertake these, students will be required to obtain a national criminal history check and screening assessment through the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) and also must hold a current Child Safe Environments certificate. Some field education placements may also require students to hold a current driver s license and a recognised First Aid Certificate. Entry M PX PT SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...90 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code m Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none > > UniSA s innovative Social Work Studio gives students simulated hands-on experience to develop their skills and professional knowledge in a safe and supportive environment. > > This program is offered at Magill campus and UniSA locations at Whyalla and Mount Gambier. > > This program is a pathway into postgraduate study, including doctoral study. Overview The Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) provides a broad and advanced level of knowledge of the political and behavioural sciences with a specific focus on developing social work knowledge and skills. Our program will prepare you for advanced learning and knowledge in social work practice and research, leading to extended career outcomes including a pathway into higher degree research. Throughout the degree, you will focus on advocacy, social change, positive human relationships and the empowerment of people to enhance their wellbeing. Principles of human rights and social justice are fundamental to social work, an increasingly important profession in today s rapidly changing world. Career opportunities Some of the areas where social workers find employment include: > > aged care > > child and youth welfare > > community development > > correctional services > > disability services > > domestic violence victim services > > healthcare > > homelessness > > legal and court services > > multicultural services > > research and academia > > social planning and administration. Professional recognition Graduates are eligible for membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers. FIRST YEAR Human Service Provision Communication Skills in Social Work and Human Services Psychology 1A The Social World Governance and Citizenship in Australia Psychology 1B Group Work Free Elective SECOND YEAR Human Service Intervention Australian Social Policy Social Enquiry Methods Interviewing Skills in Social Work and Human Services Mental Health and Mental Wellbeing Policy Practice Human Service Workers and the Law Working with Community THIRD YEAR Social Work Field Education 1 Social Work Practice Strategies Advanced Practice in Social Work Contemporary Practice Approaches Working with Human Service Organisations Indigenous Australians and the Human Services FOURTH YEAR (Honours) Applied Social Research (Honours) Honours Dissertation A Social Work Field Education (Honours) Honours Dissertation B UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies Field education placements Students will undertake supervised field education placements as a part of this degree. To undertake these, students will be required to obtain a national criminal history check and screening assessment through the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) and also must hold a current Child Safe Environments certificate. Some field education placements may also require students to hold a current driver s license and a recognised First Aid Certificate. Undergraduate 13

16 Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) MBSS 14 Flexibility to learn Lachlan McConnochie Student, Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) Wanting to make a positive difference in the community led Lachlan to human services. I chose UniSA as the flexibility of the degree meant I was able to balance study, family and work commitments effectively. The teaching staff have been supportive, accessible and willing to help throughout my studies. It was a highlight working with the academic staff on a research project for my final placement which bought both challenges and rewards. These practical placements provided the professional environment to apply the theories learnt in the classroom and add further dimension to the theoretical base. Entry M 3 PX PT SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...70 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code J Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > Flexible study options cater for both internal and external learning. > > Students undertake work placements, providing an opportunity to practice skills learnt in the classroom. > > In the 2015 Good Universities Guide, the University of South Australia was rated in the highest category in the areas of Generic Skills and Overall Satisfaction in the field of study Humanities and Social Sciences. Overview Human service professionals develop and provide services for individuals, families, groups and communities who experience disadvantage and/ or personal and social difficulties. The Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) focuses on behavioural and social sciences, human service practice, human service management and social policy, leading to a diverse range of employment opportunities. Career opportunities Some of the roles graduates may find employment in include: > > case manager > > community development officer > > community worker > > counsellor > > project officer > > project manager > > policy development officer > > policy advocate > > researcher. Professional accreditation This program is accredited annually by the Australian Community Workers Association. Professional recognition The program is nationally recognised by the Australian Community Workers Association (ACWA). Graduates are eligible for full membership with ACWA. UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College programs: > > Foundation Studies > > Diploma in Arts FIRST YEAR Human Service Provision Communication Skills in Social Work and Human Services The Social World Psychology 1A Governance and Citizenship in Australia Group Work Free Elective Psychology 1B SECOND YEAR Human Service Intervention Australian Social Policy Social Enquiry Methods Interviewing Skills in Social Work and Human Services Mental Health and Mental Wellbeing Policy Practice Human Service Workers and the Law Working with Community THIRD YEAR Human Service Field Placement A Social Analysis and the Human Services Managing Individualised Service Delivery Human Service Field Placement B Human Service Project Management Indigenous Australians and the Human Services Field education placements Students will undertake supervised field education placements as a part of this degree. To undertake these, students will be required to obtain a national criminal history check and screening assessment through the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) and also must hold a current Child Safe Environments certificate. Some field education placements may also require students to hold a current driver s license and a recognised First Aid Certificate. Honours A one-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) is available. Students will be selected on academic merit in accordance with University policies. Other selection criteria may apply.

17 Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) Bachelor of Psychological Science MBSP Entry SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...70 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code J Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > Students have the opportunity to undertake work placements, providing hands-on experience and possible employment opportunities. > > In the 2015 Good Universities Guide, the University of South Australia was rated in the highest category in the areas of Generic Skills and Overall Satisfaction in the field of study Humanities and Social Sciences. Overview This double degree provides integrated studies in psychology and human services, offering a balance of courses in behavioural and social sciences, the understanding of human behaviour, critical and analytical skills, research and data analysis, project management skills and social policy. This program prepares graduates to be effective human service professionals with a strong understanding of psychology. Career opportunities Graduates of this program usually find employment in the following areas: > > case management > > community development > > counselling > > court liaison > > family support work > > policy development > > refugee resettlement > > youth work. M 4 PX PT Professional accreditation Graduates will have completed an Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited undergraduate sequence, which will allow them to go on to further study in psychology to satisfy the requirements for registration as a psychologist and eligibility for membership of the Australian Psychological Society. Professional recognition The program is nationally recognised by the Australian Community Workers Association (ACWA). Graduates are eligible for full membership with ACWA. UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies Field education placements Students will undertake supervised field education placements as a part of this degree. To undertake these, students will be required to obtain a national criminal history check and screening assessment through the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) and also must hold a current Child Safe Environments certificate. Some field education placements may also require students to hold a current driver s license and a recognised First Aid Certificate. Honours A one year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) or Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) is available. Students will be selected on academic merit in accordance with University policies. Other selection criteria may apply. FIRST YEAR Human Service Provision Counselling Foundations Psychology 1A Communication Skills in Social Work and Human Services Group Work Governance and Citizenship in Australia Psychology 1B Introductory Research Methods SECOND YEAR Australian Social Policy The Social World Developmental Psychology Cognitive Psychology Policy Practice Human Service Workers and the Law Biological and Learning Psychology Social and Community Psychology THIRD YEAR Managing Individualised Service Delivery Human Service Intervention Counselling Skills Personality Psychology Working with Community Human Service Project Management Counselling Interventions Clinical and Abnormal Psychology FOURTH YEAR Human Service Field Placement A Specialist Psychology Course 1 Specialist Psychology Course 2 Human Service Field Placement B Indigenous Australians and the Human Services Specialist Psychology Course 3 SPECIALIST PSYCHOLOGY COURSES Advanced Research Methods Cognitive Neuroscience Health Psychology Psychological Assessment Work and Organisational Psychology Conservation Psychology Language, Context and Social Behaviour Campus C CE: City East, CW: City West, M: Magill, ML: Mawson Lakes, MG: Mount Gambier or W: Whyalla Full-time program duration in years 1 Part-time study available PT External study available EX Partial external study available PX Regional study available Undergraduate 15

18 Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) MBWR Entry SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...75 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code f Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > Gain hands-on, simulated experience in UniSA s innovative Social Work Studio and develop your skills and professional knowledge in a safe and supportive environment. > > Participate in exchange and internship opportunities, allowing you to study overseas while gaining practical life experience. M 5 PX PT Overview This double degree will appeal to those who are interested in working as social workers, as well as gaining a broader international perspective. Through this unique combination of degrees, you will gain a strong foundation in contemporary social work knowledge and analytical skills in international, cross-cultural and multicultural contexts. Career opportunities Some of the areas where graduates find employment include: > > child and family welfare > > community development > > foreign affairs > > healthcare > > international aid work > > international social development > > mental health support > > multicultural services > > refugee and asylum seeker support > > social planning and administration > > social worker. Professional recognition Graduates are eligible for membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers. UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies Field education placements Students will undertake supervised field education placements as a part of this degree. To undertake these, students will be required to obtain a national criminal history check and screening assessment through the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) and also must hold a current Child Safe Environments certificate. Some field education placements may also require students to hold a current driver s license and a recognised First Aid certificate. Honours Honours in social work is available through the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours). A one-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program is also available. Students will be selected on academic merit in accordance with University policies. Other entry criteria may apply. FIRST YEAR Human Service Provision Communication Skills in Social Work and Human Services Psychology 1A Introduction to International Relations Psychology 1B Governance and Citizenship in Australia Group Work International Relations Theory SECOND YEAR Australian Social Policy Ideas, Innovation and Communication Social Enquiry Methods Energy, Security and Environmental Politics in Asia Intercultural Communication Indigenous Australians and Human Service Working with Community Australia in the Asian Century THIRD YEAR Human Service Intervention Interviewing Skills in Social Work and Human Services Global Power in the Asian Century Regional Integration Human Service Workers and the Law Mental Health and Wellbeing Contemporary Security Issues International Political Economy and Human Development FOURTH YEAR Social Work Practice Strategies Social Work Field Education 1 Advanced Practice in Social Work Contemporary Practice Approaches Working with Human Service Organisations International Relations Research Project FIFTH YEAR Professional Practice in the Workplace Child Centred Practice Peace, Justice and Reconciliation Free Elective Professional Development Social Work Field Education 2 16

19 Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society) Bachelor of Social Work MBIW M Campus CE: City East, CW: City West, M: Magill, ML: Mawson Lakes, MG: Mount Gambier or W: Whyalla Full-time program duration in years CW 1 Part-time study available PT External study available EX Partial external study available PX Regional study available C Entry 5 PX PT SATAC ATAR (Feb 2015 cut-off) Preferred score (guaranteed entry)...75 TAFE minimum entry...certiv CRICOS program code e Prerequisites...none Assumed knowledge...none Key features > > Flexible study options cater for both internal and external learning. > > Graduate with a social work qualification and the specific skills and knowledge required to work with Indigenous communities. > > UniSA s innovative Social Work Studio gives students simulated hands-on experience to develop their skills and professional knowledge in a safe and supportive environment. Overview This double degree will enable you to contribute to social justice and social change, and to develop an understanding of issues central to contemporary Indigenous society and their relevance to the Australian community. You will gain skills and knowledge necessary for employment as a social worker, and work with skilled staff and peers who share a commitment to creating a better society. Career opportunities Some of the areas you may find employment in include: > > aged care > > child and youth welfare > > community development > > correctional services > > disability services > > healthcare > > legal and court services > > multicultural services > > social planning. Professional recognition Graduates are eligible for membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers. UniSA College pathways Pathways into this program are available through the following UniSA College program: > > Foundation Studies Field education placements Students will undertake supervised field education placements as a part of this degree. To undertake these, students will be required to obtain a national criminal history check and screening assessment through the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) and also must hold a current Child Safe Environments certificate. Some field education placements may also require students to hold a current driver s license and a recognised First Aid certificate. Honours Honours in social work is available through the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours). A one-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program is also available. Students will be selected on academic merit in accordance with University policies. Other entry criteria may apply. FIRST YEAR Human Service Provision Communication Skills in Social Work and Human Services Aboriginal Cultures Psychology 1A Psychology 1B Australian Politics and Power Group Work Elective SECOND YEAR Social Enquiry Methods Australian Society and Cultures Australian Social Policy Contemporary Aboriginal Issues Aboriginal People, History and Colonialism Segregation, Assimilation and Resistance: Aboriginal People and Government in the 20th Century Indigenous Philosophy: Contesting Knowledge in Social Science One Aboriginal Studies elective to be chosen from the following: Teaching and Learning in Aboriginal Education Australian Society, Aboriginal Voices Rights and Racism Being and Belonging: Studies in Culture and Identity Pitjantjatjara Language and Culture (or any course from the Indigenous Knowledges major) Undergraduate THIRD YEAR Comparative Indigenous Studies Identity and Representation Human Service Intervention Interviewing Skills in Social Work and Human Services Forging a Nation: Australian History 1920 Present Human Service Workers and the Law Mental Health and Mental Wellbeing Working with Community FOURTH YEAR Social Work Field Education 1 Social Work Practice Strategies Advanced Practice in Social Work Contemporary Practice Approaches Cultural Competence in Indigenous Practice Select one of the following courses: Indigenous Art, Culture and Design Oral History Workshop; People and Place FIFTH YEAR Professional Practice in the Workplace Child Centred Practice Select two of the following courses: Aged Care and Social Work Practice Complexity in Practice Rural Social Work Social Work Field Education 2 Professional Development 17

20 Realise your potential Take your career to the next level with postgraduate coursework. Coursework degrees provide advanced professional and technical skills that extend beyond the fundamental knowledge and skills taught at undergraduate level. They are an ideal way to gain the further skills and knowledge needed to pursue positions in management and also provide a competitive edge in the job market. Qualifications are available at graduate certificate, graduate diploma and master levels, with varying durations and entry requirements depending on the level of study. Flexible modes including part-time and full-time study options, as well as on-campus and online delivery, are available to help you balance your studies with your life. unisa.edu.au/postgrad Qualifications include: * Graduate Certificate: 6 months Graduate Diploma: 1 year Master: 1 2 years *study times are approximate and based on a full-time study load. Who is it for? > > Recent university graduates > > Qualified professionals seeking specialised knowledge in their field > > Unqualified professionals who have significant work experience and are looking to undertake study in their field Find out more: Entry requirements: see program for more information programs.unisa.edu.au How to apply: unisa.edu.au/apply 18

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