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Social Work (B.A.)

The Social Work Bachelor program is designed to inspire socio-critical and ethical reflection on professional practice from a Christian perspective. The project-oriented program provides a combination of theoretical and practical content, with an emphasis on practice-related knowledge transfer, supervised practice, and counselling. The program also provides students the opportunity to specialise and prioritise according to their individual areas of interest within a given framework. 

Objectives and career prospects

It qualifies graduates to work in various fields of social work, for example:

  • Family and educational support, counselling
  • Youth and adult education
  • Intercultural social work
  • Child and youth welfare
  • Social gerontology
  • Social rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation
  • Community and urban development
  • Training and professional development

 

Curriculum includes

  • Basic theories in social work and its related fields of study
  • Basic skills such as group work, counselling and the integration of arts, culture and media in social work
  • Advanced theory
  • Advanced coursework in basic theories and practice-related case studies