カテゴリ:801 DSW/PhD( 34 )

P 2054 MACESS

SW&S News Magazine

MACESS

Zuyd University of Applied Sciences and the London Metropolitan University, in co-operation with an extended network of 37 universities and colleges all over Europe, offer the MA Comparative European Social Studies.
MACESS is intended for graduate social professionals (social workers, social pedagogues, care workers etc.) and offers the opportunity to conduct a comparative study and research in the field of social professional practice and/or social policy within a European context.
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by jpflege | 2009-10-18 07:12 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1827 ヨーク大学。イギリス。

金子光一 東洋大学教授
『書斎の窓』有斐閣 2009.10 p.58

イギリスのソーシャルワーク教育でもっとも評価が高い。
Good University Guide, 2009
HEFCE

YORK

Social Policy and Social Work

SPSW at York is one of the leading UK centres for teaching and research in social policy, social work and applied social science. The most recent national review of our research – the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise – placed us in the top five of large departments in the country. We pride ourselves on the calibre of our academic staff, the majority of whom have been assessed as either ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’.

We have a wide and exciting range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes and are strongly committed to supporting our students throughout their degrees, particularly through the system of individualised personal supervision. We offer a stimulating teaching and research environment in an open, informal and friendly setting. The Department is pleased to welcome students and researchers from all over the world, as well as the UK.

SW, PhD

Crime, criminal justice
Demography
Disability studies
Employment, unemployment and the workforce
Environment
E-social policy
Families, children and young people
Gender and ethnicity
Governance, delivery and evaluation of public policies
Health policy and provision
Housing, homelessness and urban regeneration
Inter-professional and inter-agency working
Older people
Poverty and income protection
Quantitative and qualitative research and evaluation methods
Social exclusion and inclusion
Social work practice
Violence and abuse
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by jpflege | 2009-10-05 20:15 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1806 Dual Degree Programs

Social Work Today

September/October 2009 Issue


Dual Degree Programs — Connecting Social Work With Other Disciplines

By Christina Reardon
Social Work Today
Vol. 9 No. 5 P. 16

One of the beauties of a social work degree is that it can help someone land a job in a wide variety of settings. Social workers are employed in organizations ranging from hospitals and schools to grassroots advocacy groups and military bases
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by jpflege | 2009-10-04 05:18 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1804 U WISCONSIN MADISON

WISC

The School of Social Work is consistently ranked among the best in the country.
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by jpflege | 2009-10-04 05:02 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1802 USC

USC

PhD

•Close faculty-student mentoring relationships
•National visibility for students through publications and funding for conference presentations in the U.S. and abroad
•A faculty that ranks in the nation’s top three for funded research
•Our own independent research institute, the Hamovitch Center for Science in the Human Services
•A curriculum focused on understanding issues from a global perspective
•Two research labs dedicated entirely to doctoral students
•Financial aid for all students, making USC among the most generous of any social-work doctoral program
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by jpflege | 2009-10-04 04:50 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1776 SOUTH CAROLINA

SC

PhD

Curr

It is assumed that all required courses will be taken at the University of South Carolina. Under some circumstances and with the approval of a student's advisor in consultation with the director of the doctoral program, coursework taken from an accredited doctoral program may be accepted in lieu of required or elective courses.
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by jpflege | 2009-10-02 08:51 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1775 UPENN

UPENN

Programs at a Glance
Master of Social Work
MS in Social Policy
MS in Nonprofit/NGO Leadership
PhD in Social Welfare
Doctorate in Clinical Social Work
Dual Degree Programs
Certificate Programs

PhD Program in Social Welfare
The PhD in Social Welfare is an interdisciplinary program that prepares students to be scholars, researchers, and leaders in the field of social welfare. The program emphasizes the development of an individualized educational plan that builds on areas of faculty expertise and student interest and advances the knowledge development needs of the field.
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by jpflege | 2009-10-02 08:43 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1770 UNC

UNC

PhD

•SoWo 900 Conceptualizing Social Problems to Inform Interventions
•SoWo 910 Research Methods in Social Interventions
•SoWo 911 Social Statistics and Data Analysis
•SoWo 912 Research Practicum
•SoWo 913 Advanced Research Methods in Social Intervention
•SoWo 914 Measurement in Social Intervention Research
•SoWo 940 Development of Social Intervention Models
•SoWo 941 Teaching Seminar/Practicum
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by jpflege | 2009-09-30 06:25 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1769 MINNESOTA

MINNESOTA
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by jpflege | 2009-09-30 06:21 | 801 DSW/PhD

P 1762 U MELBOURNE AU

MELBOURNE

PhD

The PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) is the major research degree offered by the School of Nursing and Social Work and is administered by the Melbourne School of Graduate Research. As a PhD candidate you will undertake a substantial piece of original research under academic supervision.
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by jpflege | 2009-09-29 16:41 | 801 DSW/PhD