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Full time September MSc

About the course

Overview

The MSc in Social Work is delivered within the School of Education and Social Work. This reflects the multi-disciplinary context in which social work operates as a profession.

The aims of the course are to equip you to:

  • Work in partnership with individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities
  • Work for social justice
  • Act with a strong professional identity and function competently in multi-disciplinary teams and settings
  • Practise as accountable and autonomous professionals
  • Operate with confidence

Carers and Users Group

The social work course works closely and innovatively with their Carers and Users groups. This provides you with crucial perspectives and experiences of service users and carers in the delivery and development of the course.

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Entry Requirements

You should have an Honours Degree of 2:2 or above.


Fees

£5,950


Where is University of Dundee

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