Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The University of Notre Dame Australia's Bachelor of Behavioural Science is a three-year degree. As part of your degree, you will explore and analyse different socio-economic groups and communities within society and see how they cope with the various government, social, and legal pressures being placed on them. You will also receive training that allows you to compassionately work with marginalised people and help them achieve social justice.
Must complete a minimum of 600 Units of Credit, which include the following required and elective courses: • 50 Units of Credit from two (2) Core Curriculum Courses • 25 Units of Credit from one (1) compulsory Course • 300 Units of Credit from compulsory Behavioural Science Courses • 225 Units of Credit from elective Courses, which may be used to form a Major, Minor or Specialisations.
- Behavioural science
Standard entry requirements
Indicative ATAR of 70 with a score of 50+ in ATAR English, ATAR Literature or ATAR English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EALD) OR Minimum International Baccalaureate (IB) score of 24 OR Completed AQF Certificate IV or higher in a relevant discipline, from an accredited provider such as TAFE or a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) with a score of 50+ in ATAR English, ATAR Literature, or ATAR English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EALD).
Applicants may consider a Notre Dame Australia enabling program as an entry pathway. The School of Arts and Sciences offers a vertical degree allows you to study undergraduate and postgraduate consecutively, which reduces the overall duration of these programs. Students completing a Bachelor of Behavioural Science can choose to opt in to the vertical double degree any time before their third year.
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