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  • Objectives
    The Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation) is a multidisciplinary degree program providing opportunities to study in the broad discipline areas of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, Australian studies, digital innovation, English, games and animation, geography, international history, Japanese language and culture, journalism, liberal studies and culture studies, media studies, new media studies, professional and creative writing, psychology, public relations, sociology, tourism and welfare studies. The flexible structure of the Bachelor of Arts gives graduates broader perspectives on the contemporary world and is designed to develop critical, analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Entry requirements
    Domestic students - Prerequisites: English (4, SA)
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation)
  • Course description

    About Arts

    Humanities can be described as the study of human culture. The study of humanities gives graduates broader knowledge of and perspectives on the contemporary world and helps develop critical, analytical and problem-solving intellectual skills. Choose from a wide variety of interests including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, Australian studies, communication, cultural studies, environmental studies, film, geography, history, Japanese language and culture, journalism, literary studies, media studies, new media studies, professional and creative writing, public relations, sociology, tourism and welfare studies.
    Social sciences is the scientific study of human society, of both individuals and their relationships within society. Social science studies in the Bachelor of Arts at CQUniversity includes sociology and welfare studies.

    Career Opportunities

    Advertising, arts administration, book editing, government administration and planning, communications, copywriting, desk-top publishing, editing, environmental planning and management, geography, history, journalism, librarianship, research, media (various), nature and heritage conservation, political research, psychology, public relations, teaching, welfare, writing (various), and many more.


    Program Structure

    Students must complete:

        * 6 core courses;
        * 1 specialisation (12 courses); and
        * 6 electives

    OR

        * 6 core courses;
        * 2 plans; and
        * 6 electives.

    The BA requires that students complete 24 courses (144 units of credit).  No more than 10 level 1 courses are to be completed including the two Level 1 compulsory core courses.  However, due to the nature of some of the music courses that have an expectation of musical competencies and the development of skill sets that take some time to acquire the usual rule of a limit of 10 1st Level courses in a BA (Specialisation) does not apply to students who complete the Music specialisation.

     
    There are 6 compulsory core courses that students who enrol in the program from 2008 are required to complete.

     
    Note: Students who enrolled in the program prior to 2008 have the option of graduating under their original structure. No student will be disadvantaged by the changes to the program structure. Students with any concerns are recommended to contact the Program Advisor for advice on the most suitable courses to study


    Course availability
    Students should note that although Level 1 courses are offered every year, some Advanced Level courses may only be offered in alternate years. Students should check the availability by clicking on the hyperlinked course codes of their choices.

    Computer requirements
    Students are expected to have access to a computer with Internet and email capabilities as most of the BA courses now have an online presence in the learning management system, Blackboard. CQUniversity student computer labs and libraries provide computer access at CQUniversity campuses, while the Learning Network Queensland can also provide access for distance education students in most parts of the State.

    Diploma of Arts
    If, for some reason, students are unable to complete the full Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation), they can exit with a Diploma of Arts. To be eligible you must have successfully completed 8 courses or 48 units of credit within the Bachelor of Arts. 4 of the 8 courses or 36 units of credit must come from the plans of the BA. The other 4 courses can be electives chosen from any other program at CQUniversity. Students must satisfy the normal prerequisites that apply to their courses.

    There is no entry to this program. Students must enrol in the Bachelor of Arts and formally apply to graduate with a Diploma of Arts. For further information, please contact the program advisor.


    Specialisations
    BA (Geography)
    Students wishing to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (Geography) degree must successfully complete 24 courses (144 units of credit) consisting of:
    Course Code     Course Name

    6 x core courses
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001     Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE12002     Work in the 21st Century
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    12 x courses in Geography

    3 x 1st year courses     
    GEOG11023     Physical Geography of Australia
    GEOG11024     Conservation in Australia
    GEOH11001     Introduction to Human Geography

    9 x advanced courses     
    EVST19007     Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
    EVST19008     Environmental Management
    EVST19020     Environmental Management Systems
    GEOG19022    Data Visualisation
    GEOG19029    Applied Demography
    INDG19015     Aboriginal Cultures and Country
    EVST19022     Climate Change: Global Challenges and Opportunities
    GEOG19021    Geographic Information Systems
    GEOH19002    Cultural Geography of China and South-East Asia

    Another plan or 6 electives
    BA (History)
    Students wishing to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (History) degree must successfully complete 24 courses (144 units of credit) consisting of:
    Course Code     Course Name

    6 x core courses
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001     Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE12002     Work in the 21st Century
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    12 x courses in History
    Australian History     
    EVST19015     Australian Environmental History
    HIST11026     In Search of Australia:Historical Perspectives
    HIST19031     Australia's Foreign Relations
    HIST19032     War and Australian Society
    HIST19036     Local History & Heritage
    INDG11013     Introductory Aboriginal & Islander History

    International History     
    HIST11037     Ancient & Medieval Civilisations: An Introduction
    HIST11038     The Modern World Emerges: An Overview
    HIST19029     History of Modern Japan
    HIST19030     The USA in Contemporary World History
    HIST19035     Modern History of South East Asia
    HIST19038     20th Century: Crucible of the Modern World

    Another plan or 6 electives
    BA (Journalism) No New Enrolments for 2009
    Students wishing to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) degree must successfully complete 24 courses (144 units of credit) consisting of:
    Course Code     Course Name

    6 x core courses
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001     Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE12002     Work in the 21st Century
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    12 x courses in Journalism
    Level 1 courses     
    JOUR11005     Introduction to Journalism
    JOUR11006     News Writing and Reporting
    COMM11108   Communication and Democracy in Australia
    JOUR11004     Media Ethics

    Advanced courses     
    JOUR12008     Television Journalism
    JOUR12009     Radio Journalism
    JOUR12012     News Production
    JOUR12038     Reporting the Asia Pacific
    LAWS12024    Media Law
    COMM12030   Desktop Publishing
    COMM12116   Contemporary Photomedia
    JOUR12010     Feature Writing

    Another plan or 6 electives
    BA (Liberal Studies)
    Students wishing to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (Liberal Studies) degree must successfully complete 24 courses (144 units of credit) consisting of:
    Course Code     Course Name

    6 x core courses
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001     Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE12002     Work in the 21st Century
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    2 x 6 course plans (from the list of Bachelor of Arts plans)
    Another plan or 6 electives
    BA (Literary and Cultural Studies)
    Students wishing to graduate with Bachelor of Arts (Literary and Cultural Studies) degree must successfully complete 24 courses (144 units of credit) consisting of:
    Course Code     Course Name

    6 x core courses
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001     Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE12002     Work in the 21st Century
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    12 x courses in Literary and Cultural Studies (chosen from the following)
    CULT11012     Image and Text
    CULT19013     Sexualities and Representation
    CULT19014     Melodrama Film and Gender
    CULT19015     Explorations in the Gothic
    CULT19016     Visual Culture
    LITR11043      The Short Story
    LITR11055      Popular Genres
    LITR19047      Science Fiction and Film
    LITR19049      Romantic and Contemporary Poetry
    LITR19051      Literary Theory
    LITR19052      The Modern Novel
    LITR19053      North American Fiction and Film
    LITR19056      Shakespeare: The Movie

    Another plan or 6 electives
    BA (Media Studies)
    Students wishing to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (Media Studies) degree must successfully complete 24 courses (144 units of credit) consisting of:
    Course Code     Course Name

    6 x core courses
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001     Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE12002     Work in the 21st Century
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    12 x courses from the Media Studies and the New Media Studies plans
    COMM11005    New Media Studies
    COMM12016    Media Industries
    COMM12022    Technology, Communication and Culture
    COMM12023    Screen Studies
    COMM12117    New Media Arts
    COMM12118    The Creative Entrepreneur
    COMM19114    Working with New Media
    CULT11012     Image and Text
    CULT12004     Cultural and Media Identity
    CULT19016     Visual Culture
    JOUR12038     Reporting the Asia Pacific
    Another plan or 6 electives
    BA (Music) No new enrolments in specialisation in 2009
    Students wishing to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (Music) degree must successfully complete 24 courses (144 units of credit) consisting of:
    Course Code     Course Name

    6 x core courses
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001     Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE12002     Work in the 21st Century
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    6 x core music courses
    MUSC11379     Digital Media Software & Systems 1
    MUSC11380     Composition: Songwriting and Arranging
    MUSC11394     Music Language Studies 1
    MUSC11395     Music Language Studies 2
    MUSC11399     Sequencing and Sampling
    PERF11022     Arts Administration II

    Students must then take a further 6 courses from the following
    MUSC10278     Studies in Form/Baroque
    MUSC10279     Studies in Form/Classical
    MUSC10280     Studies In Form/19th Century
    MUSC10281     Studies in Form/20th Century
    MUSC12361     Studies in Form: Contemporary 3
    MUSC12362     Studies in Form: Contemporary 4
    MUSC12375     Studies in Form: Film Music 1
    MUSC12376     Studies in Form: Film Music 2
    MUSC12394     Studies in Form: Contemporary 1
    MUSC12395     Studies in Form: Contemporary 2
    MUSC13293     Studio Teaching Methods
    PERF11018      Arts Administration I

    Another plan or 6 electives
    BA (Public Relations)
    Students wishing to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (Public Relations) degree must successfully complete 24 courses (144 units of credit) consisting of:
    Course Code     Course Name

    6 x core courses
    EDED11449      Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001      Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001      Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE12002      Work in the 21st Century
    FAHE13001      Professional Skills
    FAHE13004      The Global Future

    12 x courses in Public Relations
    COMM11007     Media Writing
    COMM11009     Contemporary Communication Skills
    COMM11108     Communication and Democracy in Australia
    COMM11110     Introduction to Public Relations
    COMM12018     Advanced Public Relations
    COMM12022     Technology, Communication and Culture
    COMM12025     Organisational Communication
    COMM12030     Desktop Publishing
    COMM12033     Speech Communication
    COMM12116     Contemporary Photomedia
    JOUR12010       Feature Writing
    JOUR19024       Public Relations & the Media

    Another plan or 6 electives
    Plans
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies plan
    Course Code     Course Name

    Level 1
    INDG11013     Introductory Aboriginal & Islander History
    NURS11145     Indigenous and Cross Cultural Health Care

    Advanced
    CULT12003     Race Issues and Indigenous Media
    INDG19015     Aboriginal Cultures and Country
    INDG19016     Contemporary Indigenous Issues
    SOWK14004     Reconciliation in the Workplace and Community

    Australian History plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    HIST11026     In Search of Australia:Historical Perspectives
    INDG11013     Introductory Aboriginal & Islander History
    Advanced
    EVST19015     Australian Environmental History
    HIST19031     Australia's Foreign Relations
    HIST19032     War and Australian Society
    HIST19036     Local History & Heritage

    Australian Studies plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    CULT11011     Australian Film and Culture
    GEOG11023     Physical Geography of Australia
    GEOG11024     Conservation in Australia
    HIST11026     In Search of Australia:Historical Perspectives
    INDG11013     Introductory Aboriginal & Islander History
    Advanced
    CULT12004     Cultural and Media Identity
    HIST19031     Australia's Foreign Relations

    Creative Communities
    Course Code     Course Name
    CREA11001     Creative Industries
    CREA12001     Tomorrow's Technology Today
    CREA12003     Leadership and Teamwork
    CREA12004     Community Enterprises
    CREA12005     Commercialisation and Growth
    EDED10418     Creativity, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

    Cultural Studies plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    CULT11011     Australian Film and Culture
    CULT11012     Image and Text
    Advanced
    CULT19013     Sexualities and Representation
    CULT19014     Melodrama Film and Gender
    CULT19015     Explorations in the Gothic
    CULT19016     Visual Culture

    Dance plan - No new enrolments will be accepted in 2009
    Course Code     Course Name
    DNCE11013     Dance in Time & Culture
    DNCE12009     Ethnic,Indigenous and Multinational Dance Steps
    DNCE12010     Dance in Music Theatre
    DNCE12014     Creating New Shapes of Dance
    DNCE13011     Dance and Multimedia Installation
    DNCE13015     Dancers as Artists

    Digital Innovation plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    DGTL11001     Foundations of Animation
    DGTL12002     Interactivity and Social Networks
    DGTL13003     Advanced Media Production
    MMST11002     Web Design
    MMST11009     Digital Video and Audio
    MMST12009     Web Application Development

    Digital Music plan - No new enrolments will be accepted 2009
    Course Code     Course Name
    MUSC11379     Digital Media Software & Systems 1
    MUSC11383     Multimedia: Video Music Production
    MUSC11398     The Fundamentals of Sonic Art & Sound
    MUSC11399     Sequencing and Sampling
    MUSC13399     Live Performance of Digital Music
    MUSC13400     Scoring for Film with Digital Music

    Drama plan - No new enrolments will be accepted in 2009
    Course Code     Course Name
    PERF11014     From Play to Performance
    PERF12015     Staging Contemporary Issues
    PERF13016     Experimental Theatre
    THTR11063     Staging Australia
    THTR12064     Creative Drama
    THTR13065     Acting for Multimedia

    Film Studies plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    COMM11109    Media & Cultural Industries
    COMM12023    Screen Studies
    CULT11011      Australian Film and Culture
    CULT11012      Image and Text
    CULT19014      Melodrama Film and Gender
    FILM19001      Creative Visualisation

    Games and Animation plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    DGTL11001      Foundations of Animation
    DGTL13002      Games for Mobile Devices
    DGTL13004      Advanced 3D Animation and Character Development
    MMST11003     Design Perspectives
    MMST12017     Interactive Animation for Games
    MMST12019     3D Animation

    Geography plan
    6 courses to be chosen from the following:
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1 (2 courses selected from the following)
    GEOG11023     Physical Geography of Australia
    GEOG11024     Conservation in Australia
    GEOH11001     Introduction to Human Geography
    Advanced (4 courses selected from the following)
    EVST19007      Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
    EVST19008      Environmental Management
    EVST19020      Environmental Management Systems
    GEOG19021     Geographic Information Systems
    GEOG19022     Data Visualisation
    GEOG19029     Applied Demography
    INDG19015      Aboriginal Cultures and Country

    International History plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    HIST11037     Ancient & Medieval Civilisations: An Introduction
    HIST11038     The Modern World Emerges: An Overview
    Advanced
    HIST19029     History of Modern Japan
    HIST19030     The USA in Contemporary World History
    HIST19035     Modern History of South East Asia
    HIST19038     20th Century: Crucible of the Modern World

    Japanese Language and Culture plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    JALC11003     Japan and its Culture
    JALC11004     Japanese Life-Style and Custom
        
    Advanced
    JALC10003     Formal and Informal Japanese Communication
    JALC10004     Colloquial Communication in Japanese
    JALC19001     Learning with Japanese University
    Plus 1 of the following
    FAHE13002     Special Project
    FAHE13003     Special Topic

    Journalism plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    COMM11007     Media Writing
    JOUR11006     News Writing and Reporting
    Advanced
    JOUR12008     Television Journalism
    JOUR12009     Radio Journalism
    JOUR12010     Feature Writing
    JOUR12038     Reporting the Asia Pacific

    Learning Management plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    EDCU11021     The Arts
    EDED11353     Learning Management 1
    EDED11398     Learning Management 2
    EDED11400     Managing Diversity
    EDED11401     Building Learning Partnerships
    EDED11404     Learning Management 5
        
    Liberal Studies plan

    The liberal studies plan provides student with an opportunity to design their own plan by selecting 36 units of credit (i.e. 2 level 1 and no less than 4 Advanced Level courses) from the core studies plans of the Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation). This will allow students the flexibility to pursue a study stream that suits their interests, whilst also studying one of the required plans for the Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation). Students must meet the usual pre and co-requisites for these courses.

    The courses must be from the plans in the Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation) degree and that the courses selected for this plan may not be selected for any other plan in the BA (Specialisation).

    Literary Studies plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    LITR11043     The Short Story
    LITR11055     Popular Genres
    Advanced (4 of the following)
    LITR19047     Science Fiction and Film
    LITR19049     Romantic and Contemporary Poetry
    LITR19051     Literary Theory
    LITR19052     The Modern Novel
    LITR19053     North American Fiction and Film
    LITR19056     Shakespeare: The Movie

    Media Studies plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Students take the following 6 courses:
    COMM11108     Communication and Democracy in Australia
    COMM12016     Media Industries
    COMM12022     Technology, Communication and Culture
    COMM12023     Screen Studies
    CULT12004     Cultural and Media Identity
    JOUR12038     Reporting the Asia Pacific

    Music plan - No new enrolments will be accepted in 2009
    Course Code     Course Name
    MUSC11379     Digital Media Software & Systems 1
    MUSC11399     Sequencing and Sampling
    MUSC12375     Studies in Form: Film Music 1
    MUSC12376     Studies in Form: Film Music 2
    PERF11018     Arts Administration I
    PERF11022     Arts Administration II

    Music History and Style (Contemporary) plan
    No new enrolments will be accepted into this plan in 2009
    Course Code     Course Name
    MUSC12361     Studies in Form: Contemporary 3
    MUSC12362     Studies in Form: Contemporary 4
    MUSC12375     Studies in Form: Film Music 1
    MUSC12376     Studies in Form: Film Music 2
    MUSC12394     Studies in Form: Contemporary 1
    MUSC12395     Studies in Form: Contemporary 2

    Music History and Style (Classical) plan - no new enrolments
    Course Code     Course Name
    MUSC10278     Studies in Form/Baroque
    MUSC10279     Studies in Form/Classical
    MUSC10280     Studies In Form/19th Century
    MUSC10281     Studies in Form/20th Century
    MUSC12375     Studies in Form: Film Music 1
    MUSC12376     Studies in Form: Film Music 2

    New Media Studies plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Introductory
    COMM11005     New Media Studies
    CULT11012     Image and Text
    Advanced
    COMM12117     New Media Arts
    COMM12118     The Creative Entrepreneur
    COMM19114     Working with New Media
    CULT19016     Visual Culture

    Performance Studies plan - no new enrolments for 2009
    Course Code     Course Name
    PERF11021     Community Arts
    THTR11065     Staging Performance
    TOUR11021     Events, Leisure & Entertainment
    Plus one course selected from the Drama Plan     
    Plus one course selected from the Dance Plan     
    Plus one course selected from the Music Plan     
    Professional and Creative Writing plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    COMM11007     Media Writing
    WRIT11021     University English
    Advanced
    COMM12030     Desktop Publishing
    JOUR12010     Feature Writing
    WRIT19015     Creative Writing I
    WRIT19016     Creative Writing II

    Psychology plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1 courses
    PSYC11008     Biological Foundations of Psychology
    PSYC11009     Social Foundations of Psychology
    Advanced Courses
    PSYC12047     Research Methods in Psychology A
    PSYC12048     Research Methods In Psychology B
    Plus 2 of the following
    PSYC12010     Introduction to Human Development
    PSYC12012     Physiological Psychology
    PSYC12013     Personality
    PSYC12014     Social Psychology

    Public Relations plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Students take the following 6 courses:
    COMM11007     Media Writing
    COMM11110     Introduction to Public Relations
    COMM12018     Advanced Public Relations
    COMM12025     Organisational Communication
    COMM12116     Contemporary Photomedia
    JOUR19024     Public Relations & the Media

    Sociology plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    SOCL11055     Introduction to Sociology
    SOCL11056     Australian Society
    Advanced (4 of the following)
    SOCL19057     Environmental Sociology
    SOCL19060     Human Ecology
    SOCL19061     Movements, Cults and Social Change
    SOCL19062     Policy Power and Politics
    SOCL19064     Understanding Social Life
    SOCL19065     Rural Sociology and Social Services
    SOCL19066     Community Analysis
    SOCL19069     Social Research Methods
    SOCL19070     Health and Medical Sociology
    SOCL19071     State, Ethnicity and Gender
    SOCL19072     Criminality, Deviance and Social Control
    SOCL19081     The Body Sexuality and Society

    Training Administration plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    EDED11353     Learning Management 1
    EDFE11015     Embedded Professional Learning 1
    EDVT10020     Assessment & Reporting in Sec/VET
    EDVT11004     Adolescent & Adult Education
    EDVT11019     Design in VET 1
    EDVT12008     VET Pedagogy

    Tourism plan
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    TOUR11013     Understanding Tourism
    TOUR11021     Events, Leisure & Entertainment
    Advanced
    TOUR19010     Global Tourism
    TOUR19016     Special Interest Tourism
    TOUR19019     Tourism Business Development
    TOUR19020     Destination Marketing

    Welfare Studies plan
    The welfare studies plan offers a professional education that focuses on the acquisition of practical and technical knowledge and skills for work in the human services.  To this end, those undertaking this plan study the values and ethics of the welfare profession, and also acquire knowledge of self, and the interpersonal and group skills necessary to work successfully in the field of human services delivery.  Upon successful completion of the BA program and all the courses in the welfare studies plan, graduates become eligible for accreditation with the Australian Institute of Welfare and Community Workers (AIWCW)** (see note 4).  Courses in the welfare studies plan are also available to those who do not intend to become professional welfare practitioners but who wish to integrate them with other studies, such as the helping and allied health professional study programs.
    Course Code     Course Name
    Level 1
    LAWS11045     Law and Welfare of Society A
    LAWS11048     Law and Welfare of Society B
    Advanced
    WELF19004     Welfare Studies A:Individual Counselling
    WELF19007     Welfare Studies D: Working With Communities
    WELF19040     Working with Families and Groups
    WELF19041     Assessment of Risk to Wellbeing

    Note 1:

    Enrolment in WELF19039 Practicum course requires successful completion of WELF19004 Individual Counselling or WELF19040 Working with Groups and Families as a prerequisite.

        * Students who have already completed Working with Families and Working with Groups will not have to complete the 2 new courses (that is, WELF19040 Working with Families and Groups and WELF19041 Assessment of Risk to Wellbeing).
        * Students who have successfully completed WELF19006 Working with Families, but not WELF19005 Working with Groups, will be required to complete WELF19041 Assessment of Risk to Wellbeing.
        * Students who have attended a weekend workshop when completing either WELF19004 Individual Counselling or WELF19005 Working with Families (or both) will not be required to attend the welfare residentia; however, attendance is recommended.

    Note 2:

    Entry into WELF19039 Practicum placement is dependent upon a satisfactory interview with the practicum coordinator and completion of prerequisite studies, as well as participation in a four day residential school at CQUniversity Rockhampton campus.

    Note 3:

    Students who wish to study a welfare plan but do not intend to pursue a career in human services are not required to complete WELF19039 Practicum.

    Note 4:

     Completion of the welfare plan alone does not provide membership eligibility to the Australian Institute of Welfare and Community Workers (AIWCW).  In order to achieve such eligibility, students must complete the BA program which includes the whole of the welfare plan.  For example, in the event that a student completes the whole of the Welfare plan but elects to exit the BA program with a Diploma of Arts only, the student will not qualify for AIWCW membership.

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