Bachelor of Human Services/Bachelor of Justice
Queensland University of Technology

(Tuition fee is not stated)
3-4 years

Course Description

Justice and human services combines two closely associated areas allowing you a concentrated focus on community, support services and the justice system. You will have the opportunity to explore child and family services, disability services, services to young people, and Indigenous health. You can choose either policy and governance or criminology and policing as the major in the justice degree. Hundreds of hours of practical placement are available to you. This means you will gain the hands-on experience needed to build a successful career. This course has a strong focus on contemporary social issues so you will develop skills in casework and case management, social policy processes, group and team practice skills, advanced communication, community work, and understanding families and relationships. Your theoretical studies and practical experiences will culminate with 550 hours of professional placement in your area of human services. During these placements, you will further develop your assessment and intervention skills and your own practice framework. There are also a number of opportunities for a placement in the justice fields. "For more information, please check out their official website here:

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