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Masters Degrees in Social Work

We have 163 Masters Degrees in Social Work

Masters degrees in Social Work are advanced professional courses, training postgraduates to become practitioners and managers in a wide range of healthcare, welfare and social support roles.

Most of these courses are intended for applicants with existing experience, but some will admit students 'converting' from a different undergraduate degree pathway.

Some academic research programmes are available (awarding MRes and MPhil degrees) but most of the courses in this area are taught qualifications, focussing on key skills and training. Many are offered part-time in order to better fit the needs of applicants seeking Continuing Professional Development alongside their existing employment.

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This Professional Development (Social Work) programme is linked to current trends in the social work profession, and offers qualified social workers the opportunity to consolidate, extend and develop their practice. Read more
Description. This course provides an introduction to the principles and values of social work and an understanding of the organisation and delivery of social welfare and related services in the UK. Read more
This MSc in Social Work aims to; . prepare students for employment as professionally qualified social workers. lay the foundation for students’ continuing professional development . Read more
This programme provides advanced training in research methods across the full range of the social sciences and meets the training requirements for ESRC PhD funding. Read more
Course overview. Develop the professional knowledge and leadership skills needed for advanced level practice in social work. Learn when it suits you with our part-time and full-time study options. Read more
The MA Social Work enables those with a BA degree to obtain the new professional qualification in Social Work, as well as a Masters degree. Read more
Drawing on current research across the social sciences, government guidance, and legislative frameworks, this degree focuses on the issues that are key in facilitating your professional and academic development as a social worker. . Read more
Prepare for a career in social work with a course that is well connected with social work and social care service providers in the region. Read more
This graduate entry level course is designed to equip social work students with the knowledge, skills and values necessary for qualification. Read more
This unique programme is aimed at international and UK students with an interest in international social work, community development, and comparative social policy. Read more
The MSc Social Work is an accelerated programme for applicants who already have a first degree and want to embark on a career in social work. This two year course will fully prepare you for a professional career in the statutory or voluntary social work field. Read more
Please note. applications for the January 2019 intake have now closed. Northumbria University is proud of its postgraduate social work courses, with our MA Social Work designed to enable students to gain both a Masters degree and apply to be a registered social worker. Read more
The Social Work MA programme aims to educate and train individuals to be reflective, research-minded practitioners who are able to work critically and professionally and in accordance with the principle of anti-oppressive practice. Read more
Our Social Work MSc course is professionally accredited by the . Health and Care Professions Council. (HCPC). Once you’ve successfully completed the course and become a registered social worker with the HCPC, you’ll also be eligible for membership of the . Read more
Description. The Durham MSW is a 21 month course engaging students with the knowledge, skills and values that underpin social work practice with individuals, groups and communities. Read more

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