Future holders of a master’s degree in social work study theoretical models of social work, social security law, the education of the socio-cultural community, the institutional system of social welfare, social research methodology, the social policy of the European Union, social demography, sociology of the social sphere, sociology of age, systemic assessment of social programmes, the management of institutions of social welfare, mediation in social work, social management practice, etc.
Professional training is organised at local government institutions, the children’s rights protection agency, and penitentiaries. The duration of training is 200 hours. Communication, provision of social assistance, and other skills are reinforced and improved during the training.
This master’s degree programme in social work is intended for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree and would like to earn a master’s degree in social work.