At its core, the study of Social Sciences looks at the multiple facets of the way a mind operates. Whether it is determining the cause, drive or treatment of a specific mental aspect. A grounding in Social Sciences can lead to career paths in a variety of fields including Psychology, Counselling, Behaviour Management, Criminology and Research. It also forms the basis of many corporate roles including Human Resources and Management.
The field of Social Sciences at Bond University has a strong focus on the provision of specialist knowledge and skill to meet industry needs, accreditation requirements and work place standards in their courses. Students can choose both undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Behaviour Management, Counselling, Criminology and Psychology. These innovative programs have been designed to produce graduates who are prepared to take on the professional challenges they meet in the field.
Students are taught by Academics who have an established track record in the professional practice of their field and are across different areas of research within their specialised interests.
Graduates from the field of Social Sciences are currently working in the fascinating careers like Criminology, as registered Psychologists and Counsellors or in specialised Behaviour Management roles working with both children and adults.
There are four key areas of study within the field of Social Sciences at Bond: