Bachelor of Applied Social Science - WASS01 - 2017


This course is an opportunity to engage in theoretical concepts, practices that co-exist between Indigenous knowledge systems and the western academy. Explore and apply the knowledges from the rich cultural traditions and contemporary social experiences of Indigenous peoples.

Our graduates are culturally capable of providing leadership, advocate for and empower people and communities in their aspirations for effective participation in contemporary Australian social, cultural and economic life.

As a graduate, you will demonstrate an ability to work as active and culturally capable agents of change and are able to apply what they learn in a culturally informed and respectful manner.


  • Students have the opportunity to acquire and apply knowledge and skills in areas of significant importance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: Indigenous Social Policy, Indigenous resource Management and Indigenous Community Action.
  • The course is offered through a range of flexible, multi-modal delivery options that include workshops, on-campus classes and online study through Learnline.
  • Full-time, or part-time options available.


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  • Credit Transfer and Pathways
  • Course Structure
  • Study Plan
  • Course Fees.
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