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  • Humanities and Human Services Entry Programs (International) QC01 Foundation Program (1 Semester) QC02 Foundation Program (2 Semesters) QC03 Bridging Program QC04 Extended Foundation Program (3 Semesters) QC10 English for Academic Purposes for degree programs QC20 General English QC21 General English Extension QC22 English for Tertiary Preparation

    Bachelor Degree HH01 Bachelor of Arts HH02 Bachelor of Human Services 2007 HH03 Bachelor of Social Science HH04 Bachelor of Social Science

    Bachelor Degree (Double) HH10 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Human Services IF12 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) IF30 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Accountancy, Banking and Finance, Economics or Marketing) IF30 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Advertising, Electronic Business, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management or Public Relations) IF43 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws IF70 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) IF81 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) IF82 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary) IF86 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Applied Science IX01 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) IX11 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) IX12 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary) IX38 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business IX39 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Creative Industries IX41 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Justice IX43 Bachelor of Creative Industries/Bachelor of Human Services 2007 IX45 Bachelor of Human Services/Bachelor of Justice 2007 IX49 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Information Technology

    Honours HH21 Bachelor of Arts (Honours) HH22 Bachelor of Human Services (Honours) 2007 HH23 Bachelor of Social Science (Honours)

    Graduate Certificate HH30 Graduate Certificate in Human Services 2007 IX97 Graduate Certificate In Research Commercialisation

    Graduate Diploma

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  • HH31 Graduate Diploma in Human Services 2007

    Masters Degree (Coursework) HH32 Master of Human Services 2007

    Masters Degree (Research) HH40 Master of Arts (Research) (Humanities and Human Services)

    Doctoral HH50 Doctor of Social Science IF49 Doctor of Philosophy

    Study Abroad (Non-degree) HH01 Bachelor of Arts HH02 Bachelor of Human Services 2007 HH04 Bachelor of Social Science NA05 International Visiting Students NA06 International Visiting Students UO80 University Study Abroad Certificate UO90 University Study Abroad Diploma

    Dual TAFE/QUT Awards NA Diploma of Business (Human Resources)/Bachelor of Arts NA Diploma of Business (Marketing)/Bachelor of Arts NA Diploma of Business Management/Bachelor of Arts NA Diploma of Business/Bachelor of Arts NA Diploma of Children's Services/Bachelor of Human Services NA Diploma of Children's Services/Bachelor of Social Science NA Diploma of Community Welfare Work/Bachelor of Human Services NA Diploma of Community Welfare Work/Bachelor of Social Science NA Diploma of Justice Administration/Bachelor of Human Services NA Diploma of Justice Administration/Bachelor of Social Science

    University wide unit sets Unit sets: Accounting and Economics Unit sets: Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations Unit sets: Communication Unit sets: Creative Industries Unit sets: Health and Psychology Unit sets: Indigenous Studies Unit sets: Information Technology Unit sets: International Studies Unit sets: Languages Unit sets: Management Unit sets: Multimedia and Technologies Unit sets: Physical and Chemical Sciences Unit sets: Science Unit sets: Society and Culture

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  • OVERVIEW The School of Humanities and Human Services within QUT Carseldine is focused on multidisciplinary teaching and research and offers a range of subjects which focus on contemporary international, local and community is- sues.

    � The Bachelor of Arts offers students the oppor- tunity for professional majors in International and Global Studies, Ethics and Human Rights, Soci- ety and Change, Community Studies, and Aus- tralian Studies. Discipline majors in History, Ge- ography, Languages, Social Sciences (Sociol- ogy and Political Studies) are also available to- gether with a broad range of co-majors from other areas of the University. The first year of this program can also be undertaken at the Ca- boolture Campus.

    � The Bachelor of Social Science offers majors in Applied Ethics, Geography and Environmental Studies, Human Services and Social Policy, In- ternational and Global Studies, Political Studies, and Sociology. The first year of this program can also be undertaken at the Caboolture Campus.

    � The Bachelor of Social Science (Human Ser- vices) focuses on contemporary issues and of- fers a suite of skills units that will prepare stu- dents for work in aged services, disability ser- vices, and corrections; and for working with chil- dren and family, and with young people.

    � Associated postgraduate research and coursework programs and honours pro- grams are also available in the School.

    Staff of QUT Carseldine are committed to maintaining strong links with industry and the professions served by the courses on offer. QUT Carseldine is also responsible for the coordination of academic and support activities at the Carseldine campus, and for the continued develop- ment of the campus and its relationships with community partners. Research and community service activities are regarded as key strategies for ensuring the on-going relevance of the academic programs at all levels and for maintaining the strong success record of graduates.

    SENIOR STAFF QUT Carseldine Executive Director: Associate Professor A.J. Williamson, BEcon, BA, PhD Qld, MA Griff

    Assistant Director, Teaching and Learning: Dr M. Knox, BA(Hons), DipEd PhD Macq

    Executive Officer: C. Hill BBA (Mgmt/InfoSys) C.Qld

    School of Humanities and Human Services Head: Professor C. Bean, BA MA(Hons) Canterbury, PhD ANU

    Professor: C.A. Trocki, BA Cleveland, MA PhD C'nell

    Associate Professors: H. Guille, BSc(Hons) R'dg, PhD Griff G.J. Ianziti, BA San Fran, MA PhD Nth Car G. Kendall, MA Camb, MSc Manc, PhD Lond

    RESEARCH CENTRE Centre for Social Change Research The Centre's purpose is to develop a research environ- ment that promotes understanding of the drivers of social change and the implications of change for individuals, families, communities and nations. The Centre's mission is:

    To create an environment that promotes change and transformation, engagement and leadership through re- search that is careful, independent, critical and ethical, and that contributes to a sustainable world and better outcomes for people and communities.

    The Centre facilitates research with a strong applied so- cial research orientation, which allows the human, ethical and societal dimensions of technological, environmental, economic and political change to be assessed, and re- sponses to these changes to be identified. This is achieved through careful, critical, independent and ethical research, which contributes to better outcomes for indi- viduals and communities, and addresses issues of na- tional and global significance.

    Staff and students are offered:

    � a centre of excellence in the 'craft of research', with a recognised reputation

    � a distinctive, applied research culture, under- pinned by a solid research base

    � a focus on international and local issues related to the humanities, social sciences and human services

    � an ethical engagement with a wide range of pub- lic policy and practices related to government, business and the community, including human services, health care, biotechnology and the pro- fessions

    � strong collaborative partnerships with commu- nity, government, academic, and private organi- sations

    � cutting edge critical public debate � an open, people-centred and change-oriented

    approach � a nurturing environment for the development of

    excellence in the next generation of researchers through expert mentoring and guidance by ex- perienced researchers.

    The Centre's strengths include:

    � expertise in topical and important areas within the social research arena, including

    o Applied Ethics o Asia-Pacific Studies o Community Services o European Studies o Family and Social Policy o History o Gender Studies o Sustainability o Geography and Environmental Studies o Gerontology o Human rights o Politics o Sociology o Disability o Youth Services o Social Capital

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  • o Triple Bottom Line o Community Engagement

    � experience in the use of diverse research ap- proaches, including political, sociological, ap- plie

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