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Commonwealth supported: AUD $6,044.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $17,300.00
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This double major is designed for students seeking a degree in Psychology and a qualification to work as a qualified child and family services practitioner within the public, private and community sectors.
Early Childhood and Care Educator, Children Services Coordinator, Coordinator of Parent Education and Early Intervention Programs, Family Support Officer/Coordinator, Community Development Officer/Coordinator, Policy Officer
This double major is approved by the Australian Children's Education & Care Quality Authority (ACECQA).
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.Year One - Semester 1
|PSY1101||Introduction to Psychology||15|
|PSY1111||Psychology: History and Perspectives||15|
|CHN1101||Ecology of Children and Families 1||15|
|CHN1103||Working with Infants and Toddlers||15|
|PSY1102||Research Methods in Psychology 1||15|
|PSY1204||Social Determinants of Behaviour||15|
|CHN1102||Ecology of Children and Families 2||15|
|CSV1103||Interpersonal and Helping Skills||15|
|PSY2202||Research Methods in Psychology 2||15|
|PSY2301||Learning and Motivation||15|
|CHN3130||Purpose of Play||15|
|CSV3108||Culture, Equity and Diversity||15|
|CSV3115||Leadership and Management in Community Services||15|
|PSY3303||Research Applications and Ethical Issues||15|
|CSV3109||Vulnerable People and Communities||15|
|CHN3113||Children and Family Studies Professional Placement||30|
|PSY3350||Biological Psychology, Sensation and Perception||15|
|CHN3206||Designing Family Support Programmes||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: