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Bachelor of Counselling (Coaching Minor)

  • Campus Location

    Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Byron Bay, Perth, Australia

  • Qualification


  • Fees


  • Duration


  • Intake

    February, May, September

  • English Requirements

    A minimum overall score of 2.8 with no band less than 6.0.

  • Embark on a transformative educational journey with the Bachelor of Counselling (Coaching Minor) at ACAP, Australia, offering a comprehensive and flexible approach to theoretical, experiential, and skills-based learning. Delivered by experienced academic teachers through small group environments on-campus, online, and blended delivery, this program equips the student with strategies for a successful career in contemporary counseling. Accredited by PACFA and ACA, and accredited by NPI, this course focuses on cultivating expertise in human behavior, emphasizing applied areas such as professional reflection, mental health, trauma-informed practices, counseling skills, theory, grief, and loss counseling, lifespan development, neuroscience, and family counseling.

    In this dynamic program, students are immersed in a supportive learning environment where they explore the intricacies of counseling individuals, couples, families, and groups, considering cultural and social-political contexts. The curriculum is thoughtfully designed to meet industry standards and is delivered by well-qualified instructors, ensuring a quality learning experience. Graduates of the Bachelor of Counselling (Coaching Minor) are well-prepared for diverse career opportunities in counseling, with a specialized focus on coaching. This program not only fulfills accreditation requirements but also provides a foundation for making a positive impact in the field of contemporary counseling and coaching.

    • February
    • May
    • September
    • Total Tuition Fee: AUD 73,392.00
    • Tuition Fee Per Unit: AUD 3,058.00
  • To enroll in the Bachelor of Counselling (Coaching Minor), it is vital that applicants collect the following prior to applying:

    • Minimum 2.8 CGPA in High School – 10 + 2
    • Letter of Recommendation
    • English Language Proficiency Requirements (IELTS overall band of 6.0 with no individual band below 5.5 completed in the last two years or equivalent)
    • Transcripts of all previous academic degrees (To be translated in English and approved by the translator)

    To know more on admission deadlines and requirements, contact Oli and the Associate’s counselor!

Updated on February 12th, 2024

About Australian College of Applied Professions (ACAP)

  • The Australian College of Applied Professions (ACAP) stands as an esteemed institution of tertiary education, distinguished for its specialized curriculum offered through a network of campuses across Australia, supplemented by a robust online learning platform. At the heart of ACAP's ethos lies a profound dedication to comprehending human behavior and a fervent aspiration to enhance the societal well-being. Since its inception in 1983, ACAP has been a beacon of education, shaping the intellectual pursuits of over 20,000 graduates who have engaged in on-campus, online, or blended delivery modes of learning. The institution's meticulously curated courses, spanning psychology, counselling, social work, criminology, coaching, and management, are meticulously designed to prepare students from diverse backgrounds for enriching vocations in community engagement. ACAP further extends flexible pathway options to advance one's academic journey in alignment with individual priorities and career aspirations. Learn More

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