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Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Community Development and Leadership

Course overview

Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time, Part-time
Duration 3 years
Intakes September
Tuition (Local students) Data not available
Tuition (Foreign students) $ 40,732





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$ 40,732
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Entry Requirements

  • Relevant qualifications accepted by the university.

English Language Requirements:

  • Academic IELTS: 6.0
  • PEARSON PTE (Academic): (Listening: 51; Reading: 51; Writing: 51; Speaking: 51)
  • Cambridge English: Grade C


Year 1 

  • Introduction to Applied Social Anthropology
  • Cultures, Identity and Difference
  • Principles of Community Work and Regeneration
  • Developing Self and Group Learning

Year 2 

  • Leadership and Organisations
  • Human Rights, Social Justice and Diversity
  • Researching Cultures and Communities

Options include:

  • Health Promotion and Policy
  • Community, Culture and Change
  • The Developing Student: Self-Reflection and Learning
  • Employability in the Community Sector
  • Gender, Ethnicity and Youth Identities
  • Decision Making and the Voluntary Sector
  • Employability in the Community Sector

Year 3 

  • Community Development and Leadership Dissertation
  • Community Development and Leadership Work Placement
  • Development and Social Enterprise

Options include:

  • Understanding Mental Health
  • Human Rights and Conflict
  • Homelessness and Housing Policy
  • Experiences of Later Life
  • Current Issues in Disability
  • Political Sociology
  • Housing Issues and Housing Solutions

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