Gain advanced knowledge and understanding of current social issues, social work values and ethics. Get practical experience and build pivotal networks with supervised local, rural and international work placements. Build your practical skills in our innovative, on-campus Social Work Studios. Gain advanced research skills. Learn from award-winning researchers in their field, at a university that is recognized for its world-class research in psychology and social work1. This master degree is accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
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English Language Requirements
A completed Bachelor degree or Master level qualification in a related discipline (including, but not limited to, human services, community services, social science, psychology, Australian Indigenous or Aboriginal studies, public or community health) at a recognized higher education institution or equivalent.
Social work requires a strong commitment to and passion for social justice and human rights. If you think you’ve got what it takes the employment opportunities in Australia are excellent and the demand for graduates is high1, with graduating students quickly finding work in a range of fields. Careers to consider: aged care worker: provide personal, physical and emotional support to older people who need assistance with everyday living correctional services officer: aid in the rehabilitation and counselling of offenders domestic violence victim services officer: counsel, investigate and report on incidences of domestic violence disability services officer: provide support for people in the community with intellectual, physical, social and emotional disabilities social planner: a pivotal role in creating liveable, sustainable communities; social planners create strategic policy and action that policy in order to meet the needs and wants of the people