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Bachelor of Health Science

Double Major In Addiction Studies and Youth Work

This double major is designed to connect co-occuring alcohol, tobacco and/or other drugs experiences amongst young people, and provide students with an understanding of youth issues and drug use issues.

Related careers

Community Health Officer, Drug Rehabilitation Officer, Youth Worker, Child Health Officer, Health Care Officer, Health Promotion Officer, Health Officer, Drug Policy Worker, Police Officer, Quit Smoking Project Officer, Healthy Lifestyle Coordinator, Research Officer, Health Project Coordinator

Related studies

addiction, youth work, psychoactive drugs, alcohol, preventive, counselling, issues

Double Major structure

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The addiction studies and youth work double major comprises 360 credit points (23 units). Young people who come into contact with Youth Workers typically experience co-occurring alcohol, tobacco and/or other drug problems. This double major is therefore designed to connect these two areas and provide students with an understanding of youth issues and drug-use issues. Two of the addiction studies units (ADS3252 and ADS3351) require students to attend on-campus classes. Students who are unable to attend classes may, with the permission of the Bachelor of Health Science Course Coordinator, substitute two third-year HST units.

UnitDescription Points
ADS1151Addiction Studies: Fundamental Concepts 15
HST1109Epidemiology 15
YWK1101Principles of Youth Work 15
YWK1220Youth Issues 15
ADS1252Addiction Studies: Psychoactive Drugs 15
MAT1114Introductory Statistics 15
CSV1101Introduction to Community Work 15
CSV3203Working with Groups 15
 


UnitDescription Points
ADS2253Addiction Studies: Processes of Change 15
HST2122Health Research Methodology 15
YWK3231Strategies for Social Change 15
ADS2356Addiction Studies: Intervention Initiatives 15
HST3501Health Research Project 15
CSV3109Vulnerable People and Communities 15
YWK3113Youth Work Professional Placement 30
 


UnitDescription Points
ADS3355Addiction Studies: Social Action 15
ADS3252Addiction Studies: Counselling Skills 1 15
YWK3107Ideology and Youth Work Practice 15
ADS3458Addiction Studies: Preventive Practice 15
ADS3351Addiction Studies: Counselling Skills 2 15
YWK3211Inclusive Youth Work Practice 15
CSV3116Ethics in Human Services 15
YWK3203Theories of Youth 15
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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