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Home Economics Major  
This unit set is available on Joondalup Campus.
This unit set is available in the following mode of delivery - On-campus.
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The Home Economics major is a specialist major only available to students enrolled in the double degree Bachelor of Arts Education/Bachelor of Social Science.

Students should refer to the degree structure of the Bachelor of Arts Education/Bachelor of Social Science in the School of Education for information about the organisation of the major. Students must complete all 16 units of this major to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Arts Education/Bachelor of Social Science. 8 compulsory units are completed from Community Studies and 8 compulsory units are completed from Food, Nutrition and Textile electives from the Faculty of Computing Health and Science as follows:
Units from Community Studies
CHN1101 Ecology of Children and Families 1 15
CHN1102 Ecology of Children and Families 2 15
CHN3203 Child Rearing 15
CHN3104 Family Diversity and Difference 15
CHN3205 Advocating for Change: Children and Families at Risk 15
CSV1105 Interpersonal Skills 15
plus 2 English or Social Science choice
Units from Food, Nutrition and Textiles
NUT1111 Food and Nutrients 15
NUT1121 Human Nutrition 15
NUT2210 Nutrition in the Life Cycle 15
HOS1110 Introduction to Commercial Food Service Management I 15
HOS2110 Food and Beverage Management II 15
HOS2111 Food Production Systems II 15
CSC1175 Textiles and Clothing 1 15
CSC3275 Textiles and Clothing 2 15
Students completing these units and transferring into the Bachelor of Social Science will be required to complete the following core units in order to major in Community Studies.
CSV1102 Introduction to Social Analysis 15
CSV1101 Introduction to Community Work 15
CSV3111 Community Development 15
CSV3112 Administration and Management in Community and Public Services 15
CSV3101 Social Policy 15
CSV3102 Social Programme Evaluation 15
Note: Students who can graduate with a Bachelor of Social Science major in Home Economics must concurrently graduate in its partner degree the Bachelor of Arts Education.

Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006