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AASW Accredited courses

AASW Accredited Social Work programs by State / Higher Education Provider that provide a graduate with eligibility for membership of the AASW.

NOTE: (DATE) refers to accreditation date for the program

State
University
Description
ACT
Australian Catholic University
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1995)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) (1995)
  • Bachelor of Theology/Bachelor of Social Work (2002)
  • Bachelor of Arts(ANU)/Bachelor of Social Work (2002)
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work (1995)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2009)
  • Bachelor of Social Work / Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) *provisionally accredited 2014
NSW
Charles Sturt University
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1992)
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work (1992)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Work (1992)
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) (1992)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2008)
University of New England
  • Bachelor of Social Work (2008)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2011)
University of New South Wales
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1963)
  • Bachelor of Social Work/Bachelor of Law (1963)
  • Bachelor of Social Work/Bachelor of Arts (1963)
  • Bachelor of Social Work/Bachelor of Social Science (1963)
University of Newcastle
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1991)
University of Sydney

  • Bachelor of Social Work (1970)
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work (1970)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2011)

Western Sydney University (formerly University of Western Sydney)

  • Bachelor of Social Work (1996)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) -*Provisionally accredited 2016
University of Wollongong
  • Bachelor of Social Work (2015)
Australian Catholic University
  • Bachelor of Social Work (2004)
  • Bachelor of Theology/Bachelor of Social Work (2004)
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work (2004)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) - (2009)
  • Bachelor of Social Work / Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) *Provisionally accredited 2014
Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP)
  • Master of Social Work ( Qualifying)
  • Bachelor of Social Work/ Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) * Provisionally accredited 2014
NT
Charles Darwin University
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1995)
QLD

Central Queensland University

  • Bachelor of Social Work (2001)

Griffith University

  • Bachelor of Social Work (2005)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2007)
James Cook University
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1978)
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work (1978)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2009)
Queensland University of Technology
  • Bachelor of Social Work (2007)
  • Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology)/Bachelor of Social Work (2007)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2009)
Southern Cross University
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) - (2013)
University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1965)
  • Bachelor of Social Work/Bachelor of Arts (1965)
  • Bachelor of Social Science/Bachelor of Social Work (1965)
  • Master of Social Work Studies (2008)
University of the Sunshine Coast
  • Bachelor of Social Work (2008)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2011)
Australian Catholic University

  • Bachelor of Social Work (2006)
  • BTheol/Bachelor of Social Work (2006)
  • BA/Bachelor of Social Work (2006)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2009)
  • Bachelor of Social Work / Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) *provisionally accredited 2014

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SA
Flinders University
  • Bachelor of Social Work and Social Planning (1974)
  • Master of Social Work (Graduate entry) (2008)
University of South Australia
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1975)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) (1975)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society), Bachelor of Social Work (2001)
  • Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) (2007)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2009)
TAS
University of Tasmania
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1984)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) (1984)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying)(2010)
VIC
Deakin University
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1994)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) (1994)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) - (2009)
La Trobe University
  • Master of Social Work (Graduate Entry) (2009)
  • Bachelor of Human Services / Master of Social Work (2010)
Monash University
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1974)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) (1974)
  • Bachelor of Social Work/Bachelor of Health Sciences (2002)
  • Bachelor of Social Work/Bachelor of Arts (2002)​

​​(*please note the above courses are being dissestablished, with no new student intake offered )

  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2009)
RMIT University
  • Bachelor of Social Work/ (Hons) (1976)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (1976)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2006)
University of Melbourne
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2008)
Federation University
  • Master of Social Work ( Qualifying) * Provisionally accredited 2014
Victoria University
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1990)
WA

Curtin University of Technology

  • Bachelor of Social Work (1982)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) * provisionally accredited
Edith Cowan University

  • Bachelor of Social Work (1998)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) (1998)
University of Western Australia
  • Bachelor of Social Work (1974)
  • Master of Social Work (Qualifying) (2009)

Provisionally Accredited*

This refers to a program is newly established / accredited. Graduates have same eligibility and standing as graduates of all other AASW accredited degrees. Provisional accreditation extends through the duration of the first student cohort at which time a review is scheduled with a view to full accreditation.

NOTE: The AASW encourages people to make initial enquiry directly with the higher education provider through information about social work and course requirements on their webpage. Our membership team can also assist in clarfying the accreditation status of programs if required.

AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers