Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying) is an innovative course based on a problem-based learning paradigm. This course is suited to applicants who have undertaken prior study in the social sciences, social welfare, psychology, or related fields. The course enables students to gain the skills, knowledge and values to be strategic, ethical and reflective social work practitioners in a wide range of organisational settings, including working with individuals, groups and communities.
Those who have undertaken prior study in the social sciences, psychology, or related fields
16 units. 1,000 hours of supervised practice.
- Social work
Standard entry requirements
Relevant bachelor degree
Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW)
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Graduates will qualify as social workers in Australia and may also be eligible to apply to work as social workers overseas.