Study a Bachelor of Community Services degree with our La Trobe partnership

The La Trobe University's Bachelor of Community Services is available to students who have successfully completed Chisholm's Diploma of Community Services. This program is offered as either a full time or part time study option with face-to-face tutorial support.

Chisholm's Diploma of Community Services students will pathway into the second year of this course, subject to availability.

On completion of this bachelor course you’ll gain skills and knowledge in areas such as community development, psychology, sociology, case management, education, counselling, family violence, child protection, human rights and advocacy, manage diversity and communication.

This nationally recognised qualification may lead to employment in roles such as youth worker, case manager, child protection worker, family case worker, or domestic violence worker. These roles may involve supervision of other staff and volunteers.

View the La Trobe University's Bachelor of Community Services handbook.

Award granted
Bachelor Degree (Pass)
On campus
Not available Online
Not available for International students
Full Time , 2 years. Part time equivalent.
Start dates
March 2019