Murdoch University

Bachelor of Arts - Community Development

Murdoch University
Institution rating
3 yearsfull-time(part-time available)
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Why study this course

Community Development is all about improving the lives of others from a diverse range of backgrounds, to create a healthy and safe place to live. Murdoch's Community Development academics are experts in making positive changes within the community, especially to the lives of Australian Indigenous and migrant communities. Students will learn how to work alongside people with disabilities, teenagers, young children, families, the unemployed or the homeless. Students can study units that explore social, gender and racial inequality, unemployment, health and welfare, social deviance and the law. Community Development graduates are coordinating life changing, community focused projects in local government, not for profit organisations, rural and Indigenous groups. Their work involves creating and implementing projects to positively change the lives of the disadvantaged.

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Where is this course offered?

Available campuses

  • Murdoch

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Bachelor of Arts - Community Development