If you’re passionate about making a difference in the lives of young people, a career in youth work is perfect for you – and a Bachelor of Youth Work from Edith Cowan University could be your first step towards that dream career.
This all-encompassing degree combines the essentials of youth work practice with complementary studies in community work. You’ll cover the key theories and principles of working with young people within the community, as well as studying complementary areas of study such as Aboriginal and Intercultural Studies, Addiction Studies, Community Work, Criminology, Psychology, Counselling, Visual Arts, Media and Communication, Events Management and Outdoor Adventure. You’ll also complete a year-long practical placement to gain real-world experience and skills.
It’s your choice whether to study full-time (three years) or part-time (six years), online or on-campus at ECU Joondalup. Upon graduation, you’ll be ready to pursue a meaningful career working with young people in a variety of environments and settings, helping them get their lives off to the best possible start.