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Bachelor of Social Science

with a Major in Behavioural Studies

If you consider yourself a ‘people person’ and human behaviour interests you, consider the Bachelor of Social Studies majoring in Behavioural Studies.

This degree with give you the skills to analyse the behaviour, relationships and motivations of people around you. These skills will open up a wide choice of prospective industries and work environments, such as family counselling, social work or human resources.

If you have a specific interest in becoming a psychologist, you should consider our APAC-accredited Bachelor of Psychological Sciences.

Quick Facts

Duration: 3 years full time or equivalent part time
Start Date: Mar, Jul, Nov
Tuition Fee: $57,540 AUD
Location: Online


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What will you learn


Learn about the major approaches psychologists use to understand personality.

Social Psychology

Explain and predict people’s behaviour in social situations.


Understand the processes involved in psychological growth and how people change with age.

Psychological Disorders

Explore different psychological abnormalities and disorders.


Examine cognitive processes, including perception, attention, memory and learning.

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