Master Social Work part-time
You work in the Social Work?
Then you are confronted daily with the challenges of the diverse and complex social fields of action in our society.
Or have you completed a bachelor's degree in Social Work and would like to specialize even further?
With the master's degree in Social Work, the FHV offers an internationally recognised, academic education with two specializations - Clinical Social Work and Social Spatial Work.
With this degree program, you'll acquire in-depth expertise and have a variety of perspectives in different fields and functions.
The majors do not target specific social fields of action or a target group.
This enables a differentiated, subject-specific qualification and a professional future in all social fields of action of Social Work.
You accompany and advise people professionally in crisis situations or various problem situations.
You network different disciplines and work on joint solutions that promote society. You develop strategies and coordinate projects or lead specialized teams.
Possible employers are NGOs, social-profit or for-profit organizations as well as companies, schools or associations.
Fields of work of Clinical Social Work are:
- Child and youth welfare
Facilities of addiction support
Educational counseling centers
Social psychiatric facilities
Social services in hospitals
Fields of work of social space work are:
Coordination of volunteering and honorary work
School social work
Social administration at the state, district, city, or municipal level
Facilities of the addiction help
Help for the homeless
Access to further studies
The academic degree of Master of Arts in Social Sciences, MA entitles you to pursue doctoral or PhD studies at a university. A career in research is also open to you.
Voices about the study
"Knowledge is the key to professional action".
With her Master's degree in social work, Angelika Sow-Battlogg from Feldkirch is supplementing her professional experience. She sees it as an opportunity to deepen her knowledge and skills in the application of scientific methods and to link them to practice.
Angelika Sow-Battlogg, Master's student in Social Work