Bachelor of Social Science

Swinburne University

Student rating (4.01) from 95 reviews
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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Online
3 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Delivered online, the Bachelor of Social Science gives students a broad understanding of social science in the context of a culturally diverse global environment. Students can choose from the major study areas of criminology, security and international relations, security and counter terrorism, or behavioural studies, equipping them for diverse careers in areas such as child protection, crime prevention, national security, government and foreign affairs.

Exploring topics such as human behaviour, social issues, ethical dilemmas and international relations, students will develop a rounded understanding of sociocultural and socioeconomic environments. Critical thinking skills will be honed through the analysis of theoretical principles and the reviewal of research, and graduates will display confidence in communicating ideas and arguments in their chosen disciplines.
Majors

Criminology
Security and international relations
Security and counter terrorism
Behavioural studies

Careers

Future career areas include roles that: implement strategies and policies for correction programs and crime prevention; investigate victim support, community...

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Additional Information

Swinburne intends that all its courses assist graduates to be:
capable in their chosen professional, vocational or study areas
entrepreneurial in...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Social Science based on 4 reviews
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