Programme learning outcomes in the master's degree programme Social Work
As a graduate of this master's degree programme, you will have developed skills in the following areas:
- Expertise in Clinical Social Work:
Biopsychosocial diagnostics, in-depth communication and counselling, multi-dimensional intervention strategies, identifying specific problems and the ability to act, salutogenesis
- Expertise in Intercultural Social Work:
Increased understanding of systemic theory, specialist knowledge on migration, interculturality and diversity, understanding and analysis of problem areas at a micro, meso and macro level and the ability to intervene and to act
- Leadership skills:
You will be prepared to take on leadership tasks in the diverse professional fields of social work. These leadership skills include diversity skills, ethical skills, skills regarding case management, coordination and the management of mixed groups, the development of independent perspectives, self-learning skills and coaching skills. You can take on the specialist coordination and management of project teams and research tasks.
- Advanced research skills:
You will have completed a challenging degree programme and be familiar with designing and managing research projects, carrying out qualitative and quantitative analyses and preparing reports, documents, presentations and secondary analyses of research studies.