The Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Counselling) is designed to give our graduates the best possible start to a meaningful, long-term career in counselling. This program enables in-depth study and development in counselling skills and theoretical perspectives, as well as foundational studies in psychology, human lifespan development and working with mental health. In addition, it is designed to introduce students to the important dynamics of the Human Services Sector. The curriculum facilitates a dynamic balance between theory and practice and focuses on the formation of reflective practitioners who are well positioned to make a difference in the lives of others.
SATAC Course Code: 5A0402
Course Duration: 3 years full time or equivalent part time.
Location: External (online)
On Campus: Adelaide and Perth
Intake: February and July
Entry Requirements: Completed Year 12 (either SACE or IB).
Qualify for mature age entry (STAT may be required).
School of Social Science
School Administrator (Counselling)
Call 1300 482 267