As part of this degree, you will explore and analyse different socio-economic groups and communities within society and see how they cope with their various government, social, and legal pressures. You will also receive training that allows you to work compassionately with marginalised people and help them achieve social justice.Apply Now
() Bachelor of Behavioural Science
February | July
The Bachelor of Behavioural Science is a unique program that combines elements of psychology, political science, cultural studies and sociology. Integrating specialised knowledge developed in these social science disciplines and with a strong focus on critical psychology, the program forges a connection between traditional psychology and social work.
During this program, you will understand your place and role in society and respect social and cultural diversity. Embedded within the degree is a specific emphasis on the assumptions and practices that promote substantive reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
As a graduate, you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to work with those who may be experiencing marginalisation or disadvantage. Depending on your particular specialisations and choice of subjects, employment opportunities will be available in various industries and fields, including advertising, community development, social impact assessment and more.
Work Integrated Learning: The Behavioural Science Internship forms a vital part of this degree and offers you the chance to apply the theoretical knowledge of your degree in a professional environment.
The Internship requires that you complete a minimum of 90 hours within an organisation in conjunction with regular class contact. You may undertake specific projects or tasks, engage in directed research, facilitate groups, write reports and develop projects or program initiatives as part of your internship.
CRICOS code: 040261C
For a Bachelor of Behavioural Science you will complete 24 courses.
Twelve Behavioural Science courses are completed and you may choose to use eight elective courses to study a Major in another discipline or six elective courses to study a Minor, or you can use your elective courses to study more Behavioural Science courses.
This degree is available at Sydney and Perth campuses
Graduate job-ready with industry-specific skills and knowledge
Benefit from a unique, personalised approach to education and pastoral care
Lecturers are industry professionals and leaders in their field
University of Notre Dame Australia is a multi campus university, with international campuses in bustling Sydney and the historic City of Fremantle, Perth (CRICOS: 01032F)
The University of Notre Dame Australia is a multi-campus university, with international campuses in bustling Sydney and the historic City of Fremantle, Perth.
Notre Dame has a strong commitment to honouring the individual, and recognises that each student is graced with their own gifts and talents. Notre Dame believes that higher education should prepare students for a rich, fulfilling and reflective life, not just a career path.
Notre Dame has been rated 5 stars in the Good Universities Guide 2024, undergraduate and postgraduate categories for Learner Engagement, Skills Development, Graduate Salary, Full-Time Employment