Charles Sturt University
This degree prepares you to analyse, plan and implement social policies to enhance the quality of the human services field you work in, enabling you to demonstrate critical, analytical and reflective management skills. You’ll gain a high-level understanding of contemporary issues, challenges and future directions.
Choice of research or coursework
With CSU you’ll have the option to complete your degree by research or coursework. In the research strand, you’ll develop specific skills in research and evaluation by completing core subjects and a research dissertation in an area of interest or relevance to your workplace. If you choose the coursework strand, you’ll take a selection of core and elective subjects to augment your professional skills in human services.
Management and Policy specialisation
In addition to the research and coursework options, this degree offers a specialisation in management and policy, including subjects in human resource management, management theory and practice, and public sector management.
Flexible online study
If it’s flexibility you’re looking for, CSU has study options to suit you. Choose from full-time and part-time offerings to complement your work and family commitments. Part-time study allows you to implement the knowledge you are gaining at your workplace.
Support at every step
CSU is a well-established provider of human service education, and our academic staff are highly experienced in social welfare practice. Right from the start of your course, you’ll benefit from personal contact and support for your learning needs.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||Charles Sturt University|
|Campus Location||No on campus study|
|Course Duration||Full-time 1.5 years (3.0 sessions) Part-time 3.0 years (6.0 sessions)|
|Course University||Charles Sturt University|
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