The Bachelor of Counselling degree is a three-year course, and is available on both a full time and part time basis.
The Bachelor of Counselling will equip students for employment in any counselling context, as well as providing access to appropriate levels of recognition with relevant professional associations.
The Bachelor of Counselling is designed to equip students with the knowledge, counselling skills and experience necessary to work ethically, sensitively, inclusively and respectfully with clients from diverse backgrounds. As well as incorporating foundational understandings, the Bachelor of Counselling includes opportunities for critical reflection on counselling theory and practice, and in-depth engagement with key areas and issues of counselling. Students are able to engage with the course through flexible study modes.
Students who successfully complete the Diploma of Social Science may articulate to the Bachelor of Counselling. Students who are enrolled in the Bachelor of Counselling may exit with the Diploma of Social Science, subject to the completion of course rules.
Students should note that certain units can be completed on campus only, in either Internal or Intensive modes (as offered).
Bachelor of Counselling course admission information, including the ATAR/selection rank and student profile for the Bachelor of Counselling, can be found here.