The Graduate Certificate in Community Development is designed for community work practitioners and graduates with an interest in moving into emerging fields that embrace community development.
This course will introduce you to community development theory and practice and allow you to develop an understanding of working in conjunction with various industry groups to involve community in finding solutions to complex problems.
This course will enhance your qualifications and open opportunities for roles in industry areas such as community and social services, local government, overseas aid work, economic and social planning, sustainable development and Indigenous governance.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||Murdoch University|
|Campus Location||Perth Campus or external|
|Course Duration||2 to 3 semesters part-time (due to unit availability)|
|Course University||Murdoch University|
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