The general aim of the program is to train social work experts at a high and internationally comparable level of qualification. The study program is structured in five modules, the first four modules provide you with
- General basics
- Economic, socio-political and legal references
- Reference sciences
- Theories of action and methods
In the 4th and 5th semesters you decide on a specialization, which you also work on in study projects:
Childhood, Youth and Family:
This specialization deals with the areas of child and youth protection, socio-pedagogical assistance, official child and youth welfare.
Social inequality and social space:
This concentration focuses on topics such as social class, income and educational inequality, social space orientation, policy opportunities and implications, methods for addressing social space issues and inequality phenomena.
The current curriculum for the bachelor's program in social work can be found under the item "Curriculum".