An Introduction to the School of Social Science. Anthropology, Archaeology, Criminology, Sociology & Social Science. Why be a Social Scientist?. Because Social Science: Is focused upon the fundamental workings of human societies Is a area of ever-changing and growing knowledge
Anthropology, Archaeology, Criminology, Sociology & Social Science
Fields of Study
You can also undertake a Bachelor of Social Science in:
Introductory Courses the Bachelor of Arts Program by majoring in:
Semester 1, 2012
ANTH1008Introduction to Anthropology
CRIM1000Introduction to Criminology
SOCY1050Introduction to Sociology
A social science perspective on international & community development issues such as poverty, livelihoods, local economies, and environment.
Social and Public Policy
Connecting the social sciences to the world of practical politics. Understanding how to develop, implement and evaluate policy.
Health and Society
Understanding the social and ethical factors influencing health and illness, and how health systems work.
Understanding how we can better respond to emerging crime problems in our communities, focusing on systems of justice
Social Sciences Building, S304