BH105 - Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)

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Plan: BH105 - Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

The program is designed to provide you with professional education for social work practice in the contemporary Australian welfare and human service system. Upon successful completion you will be able to:

  • participate robustly in contemporary and changing ideological and political debates impacting on society, in an informed, flexible and grounded manner to evaluate policy and/or engage in policy debates
  • apply a body of interdisciplinary knowledge, values and skills in working with and for society’s most vulnerable and marginalised individuals, families, groups and communities
  • critically analyse, synthesise and reflect on issues of social disadvantage, marginalisation and oppression in both local and international contexts, and proactively work to promote social justice and human rights
  • demonstrate creativity, critical thinking and practical reasoning when identifying and solving problems in diverse contexts
  • communicate using diverse formats and strategies to stakeholders within and external to your discipline
  • work with others in a range of roles and contexts, demonstrating cultural, environmental and social awareness while promoting respectful, ethical and reflective practice
  • apply initiative and ethical judgment in planning, problem solving and decision making in your current and continuing professional practice
  • use appropriate research methods to independently design and execute a capstone project
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