This course entry should be read in conjunction with information provided in the 'Faculty information' section of this Handbook by the Faculty of Arts
Honours is a prestigious program comprising a fourth year of coursework and research after the completion of a Bachelor of Social and Community Welfare. Students choose a topic and undertake research working with a carefully selected supervisor who provides individual guidance and academic counselling.
Upon successful completion of the honours program, students will have extended their undergraduate knowledge in a specific area of social and community welfare through in-depth research and built upon their skills in the areas of research, analysis, writing and other forms of communication.
Students must have:
Contact the relevant school for any additional or special requirements.
Students qualified to enter an honours program must normally do so within five years of the date on which they completed their undergraduate studies.
This course consists of 48 points of study, including a thesis. Studies may be taken on a full-time or part-time basis, and students undertaking honours by off-campus learning are strongly advised to enrol on a part-time basis.
Contact the honours coordinator from the relevant school for details of discipline-specific requirements.
For information on the units required refer to the 'Areas of study' section in this Handbook at http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/2011handbooks/aos/hons-social-and-community-welfare---honours.html
The Honours Degree of Bachelor of Social Welfare