Social Workpart time degree programmes for professionals
Bachelor of Arts
Standard period of study (amount)
Overview and admission
Winter Semester only
Area of study
Principles, Methods and Institutions of Social Work, Principles of Psychology, Educational Psychology and Diagnostics, Group work and Personality Development, Transitions and Professional Integration, Diversity, Inclusion and Interculturalism, Legal Foundations, Social Change, Social Innovation and Digitisation, Child Protection, Youth Welfare and Crisis Prevention, Management and Leadership, Scientific Work
Helping people out of crises. Social work finds a way. Whether it is problems in the family, addiction problems or difficulties with integration and inclusion: social workers develop concepts and methods for a self-determined life. In doing so, they not only draw on sound knowledge of psychology, education, law and sociology, but gradually develop a feel for the correct way to deal with people who are under great personal pressure. However, social workers also need to be creative and develop concepts for dealing with the digital world and social inequality. At the same time as your Bachelor's degree, you will receive the title "State-recognised Social Worker” or “State-recognised Social Educator” from our university.
In addition to the higher education entrance qualification, we require proof of your current professional activity. Did you know that a mini-job, a work-student job or an internship are also considered professional work? If you have not yet pursued a professional activity, we are happy to support you in the search for a suitable position! Just get in touch with us!
- 01.03.2023 - 31.08.2023
- 01.10.2024 - 31.03.2025
with a duration of 42 months. Or: EUR 260 per month, duration: 54 months, total fees: 14,040 Or one time: 12,634
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