Bachelor of Humanitarian and Community Studies (BHCS)

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060224J


Courses Overview

What will I learn?
The Bachelor of Humanitarian and Community Studies will enable students to understand, critically analyses and apply concepts of human service delivery in the field of humanitarian aid, social and especially community engagement. The degree provides students with essential knowledge and skills required to work with individuals, groups and communities in remote Australia and developing countries.
Interdisciplinary course units provide students with introductory as well as in-depth knowledge on culture studies, psychology, social work, sociology, human behavior, ethics, indigenous knowledge, community dynamics, project management and engineering. Two field placements in the second and third year are an essential part of this degree, allowing students to gain essential, first-hand, practical experiences in the field of community work.
Course Structure
The course is comprised of 240 credit points of core, common and elective units including introductory units in social work, psychology and sociology, direct practice with individuals and groups, community work and community development, project management, legal issues, social policy and remote and regional practice.
A candidate must successfully complete units totalling 240 credit points. All units are valued at 10 credit points unless indicated.
Professional Recognition
The Bachelor of Humanitarian and Community Studies is accredited with the Australian Community Workers Association (ACWA).


Department

Which department am I in? Faculty of Engineering, Health, Science and the Environment


Entry Requirement From Vietnam

Applicants must have minimum average of 80% in 4 core academic subjects. Other English Language Requirements accepted: Cambridge Advanced English (CAE)A minimum overall score of 169 with no skill below 169; Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic module score of 50 with no score lower than 42.


Entry Requirement For International Student

The minimum academic entry requirements for admissions is the completion of a qualification deemed equivalent to Australian Year 12 by the University's qualification assessment references. Applicants may also be required to satisfy specific course requirements such as a minimum overall grade score or prerequisite knowledge.
Other English Language Requirements:
Australian Technology and Management College (ATMC) - Successful completion of English for Academic Purposes (EAP). Students will be required to sit an exit test on completion and achieve a score equivalent to IELTS overall 6.0; Cambridge Advanced English (CAE) minimum overall score of 169 with no skill below 169; Common European Framework Certificate of English Proficiency minimum overall grade of B2; Navitas Academic English - A minimum overall pass of 55% in Academic English 3; Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic module minimum overall score of 50 with no score lower than 50.


Path Way Options by Other Partners

Pathways options
Offered by this university
Charles Darwin University offers below pathways courses for this subject Diploma of Laws (YLAW01)


Full Time (3 years)

A$20,100.00 (US$ 15,722) per year

26 February 2018, 16 July 2018

Charles Darwin University Casuarina Campus, Ellengowan Drive, CASUARINA, Northern Territory, 0810, DARWIN, Australia


Online/Distance (240 credit points)

A$20,100.00 (US$ 15,722) per year

26 February 2018, 16 July 2018

Charles Darwin University Casuarina Campus, Ellengowan Drive, CASUARINA, Northern Territory, 0810, DARWIN, Australia