Disability and inclusion (Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Arts)



(previously titled: People, Society and Disability)

Completion of this major will equip students with skills to be an inclusion professional, working to overcome the social and structural barriers that contribute to disability. Students can apply these skills alongside those of other majors and disciplines, including skills in inclusive communication strategies, inclusive services, advocacy and human rights.

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Key information


Burwood (Melbourne), Online

Unit set code

MJ-H000025 - Major

MN-H000025 - Minor

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To complete a Major sequence in Disability and Inclusion complete units as outlined below:

2 Level 1 units;

  • Communication and Diversity HDS101
  • Diversity, Disability and Social Inclusion HDS106
  • Plus 2 Level 2 units from;

  • Inclusive Services HDS209
  • Diversity At Work HDS210
  • Auslan and the Deaf Community: Health and Wellbeing HDS227
  • Plus 2 Level 3 units;

  • The Inclusive Practitioner HDS301
  • Human Rights and Advocacy HDS310
  • To complete a Minor sequence complete four units from the above list, students must complete at least one level 1 unit, one level 2 unit and one level 3 unit.