The consecutive Master's degree program in Social Work at the MSH is aimed at students who have successfully completed the Bachelor's program in Social Work, Transdisciplinary Early Intervention, Social Pedagogy, or a program with a comparable degree.
In addition to foundational and methodological training, the Master's program focuses on the major areas of social work: working with addicts, in the field of child welfare, rehabilitation and health promotion, as well as working with the mentally ill. This combination of focal points offers a special opportunity for students as well as for the current and future labor market.
The aim of the Master's degree program in Social Work is the acquisition of knowledge, skills and experience which, after successful completion, qualifies graduates to begin professional activity in the area of scientifically-applied and fundamentally-oriented social work.
The Master's Degree program in Social Work is state-recognized and accredited.