Our master’s program is comprised of both full time students and on-the-job students. Every year we have many applicants participate in our entrance exam, including graduating BSW students and experienced social workers. This creates our master’s program with students of diverse backgrounds.
This diversity allows students to learn from one another, share various perspectives, and make their respective learning experience more rewarding.
Our courses are designed to convey social work theories and practice as well as to prepare our students to be able to do social work research. Our courses also emphasize the importance of communication and evaluation. Some key features of our courses include clinical practice, research, supervision and management in various areas of social work. For detailed information about our courses and requirements, please visit our website for related information.