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Master of Social and Community Work (Applied) (MSCW(Applied))

  • Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Social and Community Work (Applied) (MSCW(Applied)) programme is designed for students who already hold a bachelor's degree to attain a qualification that will allow them to become professional social workers.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Course Code
Applied

About this course

The Master of Social and Community Work (Applied) (MSCW(Applied)) programme is designed for students who already hold a bachelor's degree to attain a qualification that will allow them to become professional social workers. It is also suitable for mid-career social workers who are looking for a recognised professional qualification in social work. The MSCW(Applied) covers key elements of social work practice: models of practice, family and children, community organisations and policy settings, kaupapa Māori and Indigenous approaches to practice, and research and evaluation skills. Students will also complete two fieldwork placements with social service agencies where they will have the opportunity to learn within a professional setting supervised by a registered social worker. This programme is available both on-campus and via distance education. Applications close each year on 1 November. Social and Community Work programme

Study locations

Dunedin