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  • Bachelor of Social Science (Criminology)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Global Indigenous Studies)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (History)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Human Geography and the Environment)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Leisure and Tourism Management)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Linguistics)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Politics and International Relations)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology Studies)

    Bachelor of Social Science students learn the science of people, places and social problems in order to critically and creativity address complex real-world problems. Anthropology, Criminology, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Sociology and Public Policy, Law and Governance are some of the majors that can be selected within this course.

    ​University of Newcastle
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