Students admitted to the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) who have completed one of the following diplomas under the TAFE Community Services Training Package CHC508 are eligible for credit transfer. 

  • CHC53215       Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • CHC52015       Diploma of Community Services
  • CHC52015       Diploma of Community Services (Case Management)
  • CHC51015       Diploma of Counselling
  • CHC50113       Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
  • CHC51115       Diploma of Financial Counselling
  • CHC50413       Diploma of Youth Work
  • PSP50116        Diploma of Government
  • CHC53315       Diploma of Mental Health
  • HE20528V01   Bachelor of Community Services

Credit transfer will also be considered for students who have completed a TAFE Diploma that supersedes one of the above. 

Credit can be given against the following 8 courses (please note that the full 48uoc credit applies to the Social Work Honours 4033 program only) 

  1. ARTS1753 Culture, Experience, Change (6uoc)
  2. ARTS1870 Rethinking the Social (6uoc) 
  3. SOSS1000 Policy and Society (6uoc) 
  4. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health and Resilience (6uoc) 
  5. ARTS2871 Power and Powerlessness (6uoc) 
  6. SOCW2008 Culture, Identity and Diversity (6uoc)
  7. General Education (6uoc) 
  8. Free Elective (6uoc)

This credit transfer is the equivalent of 1 year full-time study and allows students to complete the Social Work Honours 4033 program in 3 years (full-time). 

Program progression for 4033 students with TAFE credit

Year 1
Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
SOCW1001 PSYC1001 SOCW2006
SOCW2003 Free Elective SOCW2009
SOCW2100   SOSS1001
Year 2
Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
SOCW3009 SOCW3013 SOCW3006
SOCW3012 (12 UOC) General Education SOCW3010
    SOCW3003
Year 3
Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
SOCW4003 SOCW4013 SOCW4015 or SOCW4016
SOCW4011 SOCW4017 SOCW4018 (12 UOC)
SOCW4012    

 

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Bachelor Criminology and Criminal Justice (4034)

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice double degree program are eligible to receive the following courses credited towards their program (6 courses, 36uoc)

  1. ARTS1870 Rethinking the Social (6uoc)
  2. SRAP1000 Policy and Society (6uoc)
  3. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health and Resilience (6uoc)
  4. ARTS2871 Power and Powerlessness (6uoc)
  5. SOCW2008 Culture, Identity and Diversity (6uoc)
  6. General Education (6uoc)

Once this credit has been applied, students will have some terms with a lighter load of courses.

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Bachelor of Arts (4045)

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor of Arts double degree program are eligible to receive the following courses credited towards their program (6 courses, 36uoc)

  1. ARTS1870 Rethinking the Social (6uoc)
  2. SRAP1000 Policy and Society (6uoc)
  3. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health and Resilience (6uoc)
  4. ARTS2871 Power and Powerlessness (6uoc)
  5. SOCW2008 Culture, Identity and Diversity (6uoc)
  6. General Education (6uoc)

(Please note that depending on which BA Major/Minor is chosen, further credit may apply)

Once this credit has been applied, students will have some terms with a lighter load of courses.

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Bachelor of Social Research and Policy (4044)

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Bachelor of Social Research and Policy double degree program are eligible to receive the following courses credited towards their program (6 courses, 36uoc):

  1. ARTS1870 Rethinking the Social (6uoc)
  2. SRAP1000 Policy and Society (6uoc)
  3. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health and Resilience (6uoc)
  4. ARTS2871 Power and Powerlessness (6uoc)
  5. SOCW2008 Culture, Identity and Diversity (6uoc)
  6. General Education (6uoc)

(Please note that depending on which Major is chosen, further credit may apply)

Once this credit has been applied, students will have some terms with a lighter load of courses.

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Bachelor of Law (4787)

Please contact us for credit information if you enrol in the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Bachelor of Law double degree program.

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