TAFE credit transfer

Students admitted to the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) who have completed one of the following diplomas under the TAFE Community Services Training Package CHC508 are eligible for credit transfer.

  • CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services
  • CHC50212 Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol and other drugs)
  • CHC50312 Diploma of Community Services (Mental Health)
  • CHC50412 Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol and other drugs and Mental Health)
  • CHC51408 Diploma of Youth Work
  • CHC51708 Diploma of Counselling
  • CHC52108 Diploma of Community Services (Financial Counselling)
  • CHC51712 Diploma in Community Services (Counselling)
  • CHC501408 Diploma Disability
  • CHC50708 Diploma in Community Development
  • CHC50612 Diploma in Community Services Work
  • CHC50108 Diploma Disability
  • CHC52108 Diploma in Community Services

Credit can be given against the following 8 courses (please note that the full 48uoc credit applies to the Social Work Honours 4033 program only):

  1. ARTS1870 Rethinking the Social (6uoc)
  2. ARTS1871 Understanding Cultural Experience (6uoc)
  3. PSYC1001 Psychology 1A (6uoc)
  4. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health & Resilience (6uoc)
  5. SRAP1000 Policy & Society (6uoc)
  6. Free Elective (6uoc)
  7. Free Elective (6uoc)
  8. General Education (6uoc)

How to apply for credit

  

Program specific information

Bachelor of Social Work Honours (4033)

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work Honours program are eligible to receive the following courses credited towards their program (8 courses, 48uoc):

  1. ARTS1870 Rethinking the Social (6uoc)
  2. ARTS1871 Understanding Cultural Experience (6uoc)
  3. PSYC1001 Psychology 1A (6uoc)
  4. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health & Resilience (6uoc)
  5. SRAP1000 Policy & Society (6uoc)
  6. Free Elective (6uoc)
  7. Free Elective (6uoc)
  8. General Education (6uoc)

This credit transfer is the equivalent of 1 year full-time study and allows students to complete the Social Work Honours 4033 program in 3 years (full-time).

Program progression for 4033 students with TAFE credit

Progression 4033 with TAFE credit

Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor Criminology & Criminal Justice (4034)

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor of Criminology & Criminal Justice dual degree program are eligible to receive the following courses credited towards their program (5 courses, 30uoc):

  1. ARTS1871 Understanding Cultural Experience (6uoc)
  2. PSYC1001 Psychology 1A (6uoc)
  3. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health & Resilience (6uoc)
  4. SRAP1000 Policy & Society (6uoc)
  5. General Education (6uoc)

Once this credit has been applied, students will have some semesters with a lighter load of courses.

Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor of Arts (4045)

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor of Arts dual degree program are eligible to receive the following courses credited towards their program (5 courses, 30uoc):

  1. ARTS1871 Understanding Cultural Experience (6uoc)
  2. PSYC1001 Psychology 1A (6uoc)
  3. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health & Resilience (6uoc)
  4. SRAP1000 Policy & Society (6uoc)
  5. General Education (6uoc)

(Please note that depending on which BA Major/Minor is chosen, further credit may apply)

Once this credit has been applied, students will have some semesters with a lighter load of courses.

Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor of Social Research & Policy (4044)

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor of Social Research & Policy dual degree program are eligible to receive the following courses credited towards their program (5 courses, 30uoc):

  1. ARTS1871 Understanding Cultural Experience (6uoc)
  2. PSYC1001 Psychology 1A (6uoc)
  3. SOCW1004 Lifespan, Health & Resilience (6uoc)
  4. SRAP1000 Policy & Society (6uoc)
  5. General Education (6uoc)

(Please note that depending on which BA Major/Minor is chosen, further credit may apply)

Once this credit has been applied, students will have some semesters with a lighter load of courses.

Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor of Law (4787)

Please contact us for credit information if you enrol in the Bachelor of Social Work Honours / Bachelor of Law program.

  

Further information

You can find further information about our programs in the UNSW Handbook.

Please contact the Arts & Social Sciences Student Centre if you need help choosing your first year subjects and to work out your progression through the degree.

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