This course can also be studied in the following specialisations: Criminology, Media (Media Production), Media (Screen and Sound), Media (Comms & Journalism), Media (Public Relations and Advertising)
The HUMS2000 course is an elective in the UNSW Arts and Social Sciences programs and the Criminology major in the Bachelor of Psychological Sciences program. It may be taken at the end of a first year of study and offers students work experience in a range of organisations utilising social research and policy and humanities skills.
The vocational placement, which is worked in the Sydney metropolitan area, provides work experience at a host organisation for 14 full days (105 working hours). This practical experience is accompanied by a reading program. The reading component examines different approaches to the study of organisations, their structures, functions and policies, as well as links these issues to the placement experience.
Note: Students must have achieved a credit level or better average across the courses in their degree. The internship may be included as part of a major in the Faculty programs with the permission of the relevant Convenor.
For details on how to apply please contact the Faculty Work Integrated Learning Unit : FASS-WIL@unsw.edu.au .
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