Bachelor of Social Work
The Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) is a four-year, full-time degree with an integrated honours component. As a social worker, you’ll change lives by solving problems in human relationships, promoting social change and enhancing the wellbeing of others. This degree emphasises practical skills, with guidance from social workers and industry professionals. You’ll gain expertise in a variety of areas, including mental health, social work counselling, community work, sociology, psychology and working with Indigenous communities.
Bachelor of Laws
At UNSW, you’ll study undergraduate law as part of a double degree. You’ll choose a second degree from a wide range of UNSW degrees to pair with the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and graduate with two qualifications.
Master of Public Health
Develop an advanced and integrated understanding of public health practice. The Master of Public Health will prepare you to identify, understand, prevent and contain disease in populations. You’ll also learn to identify and address the social determinants of population health inequities to improve collective health outcomes.
Bachelor of Arts
This degree gives you the licence to explore your specific interests and broad career aspirations. It will open up a world of opportunities, helping you to define your career pathway. In whichever area you choose to study, you’ll develop transferable skills and the tools to think critically, communicate effectively and conduct independent research.