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DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK

Code:
 C155

Credits:
 240
 
Publication date:
 22/03/2012

Title:
 Undergraduate 3-5 years (ECTS)
 
Fee:
 16,31
 1st-registration credits
 

FIELD OF STUDY

Social and Legal Sciences

SYLLABUS

DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK

TYPE OF EDUCATION

Face-to-face

LANGUAGE / S THAT IS OFFERED

Valencian
Spanish

CENTRES WHERE IT IS TAUGHT

Faculty of Economics and Business

PROGRAMME JOINTLY SHARED WITH

Only taught at this university

EXAMINATION DATES

Enter the list of examination dates for this graduate programme.

SYLLABUS OFFERED

Initial node:
 

Legend: Not offeredNo teaching
FIRST YEAR
TRANSITION
 
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
FOURTH YEAR
54 credits
 
6 credits
 
 
 
 
Once this block is approved, you get
DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK
FITNESS FOR DIPLOMA COURSE IN SOCIAL WORK
60 credits
 
 
 
 
Once this block is approved, you get
DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK

 

AIMS

 

The aim of the Degree in Social Studies is to train social intervention professionals in the intervention methods used in Social Work, providing them with a broad understanding of social structures and processes, social change and human behaviour which will enable them to:

  • intervene in the social and institutional contexts where individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities live, supporting, resolving conflicts, mediating, aiding, educating, defending, encouraging and transforming contexts, including political and social contexts;
  • participate in drawing up and evaluating social policies, services and initiatives;
  • contribute to active citizenship by means of empowerment and guaranteeing human and social rights;
  • work in the prevention of social problems.

 

The ultimate aim is to collaborate with other professionals in:

  • the social integration of persons, families, groups, organisations and communities,
  • building a coherent society and
  • developing quality of life and social well-being.

 

The Degree should enable graduates to work as professional Social Workers, able to use and apply diagnostic and prognostic evaluations, treat and solve social problems through applying specific social intervention methods in accordance with each case, whether family, group or community, and capable of planning, scheduling, programming, applying, coordinating and evaluating social services and policies.  The course programme for the Degree in Social Work enables students to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out the following functions in their professional lives: providing information and guidance, prevention, care, planning, education, promotion of social integration, mediation, supervision, evaluation, management, research and coordination.

 

 

SKILLS

 

Training in social work should comprise an integrated education which covers the discipline’s contents, skills and attitudes, leading to the creation of professionals who understand the context in which they work and can analyse it critically, in order to prevent and decrease social inequalities.

 


COMPETENCES


General Competences (CG)

  • CG1:Capacity to work together with individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities to evaluate their needs and circumstances.
  • CG2:Analyse problem situations, plan, develop, execute, review and evaluate the practice of Social Work with individuals, families, groups, organisations, communities and other professionals.
  • CG3:Support others so that they can express their needs, points of view and circumstances.
  • CG4:Act preventively to avoid situations that may be hazardous for the general public, for oneself and for one's work colleagues.
  • CG5:Administrate and be responsible for, with supervision and support, one's own practice within the organisation.
  • CG6:Demonstrate professional competence when carrying out Social Work.
  • CG7:Capacity to contribute to the development of fundamental rights, equal opportunities for men and women, the principles of equal opportunities and universal accessibility for the disabled, as well as the values associated with a peaceful culture with democratic values.

General Competences acquired at University of Alicante (CGUA)

  • CGUA1:Foreign language skills. In accordance with said standard, foreign language skills are considered to be obtained by proving the necessary level. The University of Alicante considers it necessary to pass at least Level 1 of the European Reference Framework for modern languages and Level B2 is recommended. The minimum Level B1 is regarded as transitory and can be adjusted when seen fit. Levels must be accredited prior to registering the End of Degree Thesis.
  • CGUA2:Computer and information skills. Capacity to apply computer and information technologies in one's professional career.
  • CGUA3:Oral and written communication skills. Capacity to communicate ideas orally and in writing so that individuals, families, groups, communities and organisations can understand them.

Specific Competences (CE)

  • CE1:Establish professional relationships in order to identify the best method of intervention.
  • CE2:Intervene with individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities to help them take informed decisions regarding their needs, circumstances, risks, priority options and resources.
  • CE3:Evaluate possible needs and options to guide an intervention strategy.
  • CE4:Respond to crisis situations by evaluating the urgency of the situations, planning and developing actions to deal with the crisis and checking results.
  • CE5:Interact with individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities to achieve changes, promote development and improve quality of life by using Social Work methods and models, regularly monitoring the changes that occur in order to prepare for the end of the intervention.
  • CE6:Prepare, produce, implement and evaluate intervention plans with individuals, families, groups, organisations, communities and fellow professionals, negotiating the supply of services that need to be used and checking the effectiveness of intervention plans with those involved in order to adapt them to changing needs and circumstances.
  • CE7:Support the development of networks to cope with needs and work to favour the planned results, examining the support networks that individuals can access and develop with those involved.
  • CE8:Promote the growth, development and independence of individuals by identifying opportunities to create groups, using programming and group dynamics for individual growth and the strengthening of interpersonal relationship skills.
  • CE9:Work with behaviours that represent a risk for the individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities, identifying the situations and circumstances that configure said behaviours and develop strategies to modify the same.
  • CE10:Analyse and systematise the information provided by one's daily work as a support for reviewing and improving the professional strategies that should respond to emerging social situations.
  • CE11:Use mediation as a strategy for intervening to ensure alternative conflict resolution.
  • CE12:Design, implement and evaluate social intervention projects.
  • CE13:Defend individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities and act in their name when the situation demands.
  • CE14:Prepare and take part in decision-making meetings to better defend the interests of individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities.
  • CE15:Identify risk situations and act to solve them through the identification and definition of their nature.
  • CE16:Identify, minimise and manage the risk to oneself and one's colleagues by planning, reviewing and monitoring actions to limit stress and risk.
  • CE17:Administer and be responsible for one's own work by allocating priorities, satisfying one's professional obligations and evaluating the effectiveness of one's own work programme.
  • CE18:Contribute to the administration of resources and services by collaborating with the procedures used to acquire them, supervising their effectiveness and ensuring their quality.
  • CE19:Manage, present and share social records and reports, keeping them complete, truthful, accessible and up to date to guarantee professional decision making and evaluation.
  • CE20:Work effectively with systems, networks and multidisciplinary and multiorganisational teams in order to collaborate on establishing setting goals, targets and duration of the same, also contributing towards dealing with any possible disagreements in a constructive manner.
  • CE21:Participate in managing and directing Social Welfare Entities.
  • CE22:Research, analyse, evaluate and use current knowledge of best practices in Social Work to review and update knowledge of working frameworks.
  • CE23:Work according to the standards agreed for Social Work and ensure one's own professional development by using professional assertiveness to justify one's decisions, reflecting critically on the same and using supervision as a means of responding to professional development needs.
  • CE24:Manage complex ethical conflicts, dilemmas and problems, identifying the same, designing strategies to overcome them and reflecting on their results.
  • CE25:Contribute towards the promotion of best practices in Social Work by participating in the development and analysis of the policies implemented.

 

CREDIT STRUCTURE OF THE DEGREE COURSE


The course programme comprises 4 courses, each worth 60 ECTS credits. In order to make the course compatible with other activities, students are allowed to take a part-time course consisting of 30 credits per academic year.


DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS PER SUBJECT TYPE


SUBJECT TYPE

ECTS

Core Subjects (FB)

60

Compulsory subjects (OB)

108

Optional subjects (OP)

18

Work experience (obligatory)

48

Final Project

6

Total Credits

240


GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE PROGRAMME


The course programme is structured into five modules, covering core and compulsory subjects, optional subjects, obligatory work experience and the final project.

  • Module A. Social Work: concepts, methods, techniques and application. Comprising four units and 13 subjects (one of which is optional). The subjects contained in this module include: The basics of social work; Social Work Methods, Models and Techniques, Professional skills in Social Work; Research, diagnosis and evaluation in Social Work.
  • Module B. The institutional context of Social Work. Comprising two units and six subjects (one optional), this module includes the Social Services, Social Policies and Social Work.
  • Module C. Processes and problems requiring Social Work intervention. This module comprises three units and eleven subjects (three of which are optional). These include: Human development over the Life Cycle and the Social Context; Social Structure, Inequality and Exclusion; and Health, Dependence and Social Vulnerability.
  • Module D. Legal, economic and linguistic tools for Social Work. Comprising three units and five subjects (two of which are optional). Subjects include: Law, Citizenship and Social Work; Organisational Management; Linguistic tools for Social Work.
  • Module E. Work experience and Final project.  Comprising two units and five subjects. The obligatory work experience programme is structured into four levels (initiation, basic, intermediate, consolidation), each worth 12 credits, for a total of 48 credits. The Final Project is worth 6 credits and consists of writing and defending an intervention report or project. This report or project may be based on the outcome of the student’s work experience programme.  Prior to evaluation for the final grade, the student must demonstrate competence in a foreign language. Among other forms of accreditation at the University of Alicante is to be overcome at least level B1 of the Common European Framework for modern languages¿¿, which may be raised in the future.

The course programme for the University of Alicante Degree in Social Work is based on the following criteria:

  • To offer basic training for all students in the applied social sciences, psychology and law, specifically in five basic areas of Social and Legal Sciences (sociology, psychology, law, anthropology and economics).
  • To offer compulsory courses structured around two areas:
    • The theoretical-practical foundations of Social Work, guaranteeing the acquisition of the skills envisaged by this Degree, providing the basic specific professional skills required.
    • Professional Social Work skills, through an eminently profession-based and applied education, aimed at helping students to develop the modus operandi of Social Workers. This professional training is supported by core and compulsory courses in the discipline.
  • To offer an education regarding social institutions and businesses, by means of obligatory work experience. Work experience gives students practical experience of working as social workers.
  • To ensure that students have acquired the skills associated with the Degree in Social Work, through writing and defending an obligatory final project.

 

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT (IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE)

Students who study an undergraduate degree at the University of Alicante must confirm a minimum level of B1 in a foreign language (a B2 is recommended) in order to obtain the diploma.  

The required language level is in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. 

The language accreditation requirement can be obtained previously or at any time during university studies. However, the language requirement will be necessary in order to be able to assess the final year project.

The different forms of obtaining such language requirement can be consulted in the additional information in this section.  

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LANGUAGE TEACHING COMPETENCE CERTIFICATE

Students who want to have a career in non-university teaching when they finish their studies are recommended to obtain the teaching competence certificate (Valencian and/or foreign languages).

This certificate can be obtained by taking specific itineraries in your university studies or by taking the UA teaching competence course in Valencian, German, French and English.

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FINAL YEAR PROJECT (TFG)

All the official undergraduate degrees must be completed by preparing and defending a final year project, which must be done in the final phase of the studies and be aimed at the assessment of competences associated to the degree.

The final year project must be an original, independent and personal work. The elaboration of it may by individual or coordinated. Each student will prepare this project under the supervision of a tutor, allowing students to show the received training content in an integrated many, as well as the acquired competences associated to the undergraduate degree.

In order to register in the final year project, students must comply with the requirements established in the “Regulations for continuation studies for students registered in undergraduate degrees at the University of Alicante”. Among the requirements established to be able to register in the final year project, a minimum of 168 credits must be passed in undergraduate degrees with a total of 240 credits, and a minimum of 228 credits in undergraduate degrees with a total of 300 credits or more.

In order for the final year project to be assessed, a B1 level of a foreign language (B2 is recommended) must be confirmed.

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Access routes

Procedure for applying for admission

Recommended applicant profile

Number of places and court notes

 

ACCESS ROUTES

 

Admission to this degree course is open to any applicant who meets one of the following entrance requirements:

1. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA AND UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (Selection Examination). Although admission will be granted for all high school diploma disciplinary routes, it is recommended that applicants have studied the following disciplinary routes: Humanities and the Social Sciences.

Applicants’ admission grades for this course can be improved by taking the corresponding specific subject paper in the university entrance examination.  Papers for specific subjects with their corresponding weightings can be consulted in the table below.

 

High School Diploma Subjects

Parámetros de ponderación
Análisis Musical II Biología Ciencias de la Tierra y Medioambientales Dibujo Artístico II Dibujo Técnico II Diseño Economía de la Empresa Electrotecnia Física Geografía Griego Historia de la Música y de la Danza  Historia del Arte Latín Lenguaje y Práctica Musical Literatura Universal Matemáticas Aplicadas a las Ciencias Sociales II Matemáticas II Química Técnicas de Expresión Gráfico Plásticas Tecnología Industrial II

Academic Years 2010-11

2011-12

0.1                                          
0.2 x x
x
x x x x x
x x x x x x x x x
x
x
x x

Academic Year

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

0.1 x
x
x
x
x
x

  x

 x  x  x  x x
x
  x
 x  x  
0.2             x  
x
         
x

     

 

 2. PREVIOUS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATIONS FROM PREVIOUS EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURES WITH OR WITHOUT UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION: 

Applicants who have passed the previous entrance examination, or applicants who have not passed the previous entrance examination but hold one of the following qualifications: LOGSE high school diploma, COU, Pre-university course certificate, or any other qualification equivalent to the high school diploma, may take the new entrance examination.

Applicants who have passed the previous entrance examination may take a specific subject paper in order to improve their admission grade, but must still take the general examination.  Applicants who have not passed the entrance examination must take the general examination and may, if they wish, take the specific subject paper in order to improve their admission grade.

For specific subjects, the weightings indicated in the previous section must be taken into account.

3. VOCATIONAL TRAINING: Qualifications in Advanced Vocational Training, Advanced Technician in Plastic Arts and Design or Advanced Technician in Sports: admission is granted for any vocational area. 

Applicants’ admission grades for this course can be improved by taking the corresponding specific subject paper in the university entrance examination.  Papers for specific subjects with their corresponding weightings can be consulted in the table 1.

4. STUDENTS FROM EUROPEAN UNION EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS OR OTHER STATES WITH WHICH SPAIN HAS A RELEVANT INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT.  AN ACCESS CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED, issued by the UNED (Spanish National University for Distance Education). Applicants may take the specific subject paper in order to improve their admission grade.  They may also take the complete university entrance examination.

5. STUDENTS FROM FOREIGN EDUCATION SYSTEMS, FOLLOWING APPLICATION FOR HOMOLOGATION OF THEIR ORIGINAL HIGH SHCHOOL DIPLOMA WITH THE SPANISH HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION ORGANISED BY THE UNED.

6. ADMISSION FOR APPLICANTS OVER 25 YEARS OF AGE Specific university entrance examination.  From the total places offered, a minimum of 2% are reserved.  Preference is given to Social and legal Sciencies. + info

7. ADMISSION FOR APPLICANTS OVER 40 YEARS OF AGE who do not hold academic qualifications but have accredited work and professional experience in accordance with accreditation criteria and the work and professional experience concerned.  An interview will be held.  A series of places are reserved for applicants over 40  years of age, of between 1% and 3% of the total places offered.  +info

8. ADMISSION FOR APPLICANTS OVER 45 YEARS OF AGE. Specific university entrance examination.  This access route is open to applicants who do not hold a qualification which would qualify them for admission by another route, and who cannot accredit work and professional experience.  A series of places are reserved for applicants over 45 years of age, of between 1% and 3% of the total places offered. + info

9. UNIVERSITY DEGREES OR EQUIVALENT. 3% of the total places offered are reserved.


PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING FOR ADMISSION: PRE-ENROLMENT AND REGISTRATION

  • Anticipated number of places offered during the first pre-enrolment session: 160
  • In order to apply for a place, the procedure and pre-enrolment periods established each year must be observed.  It is normally necessary to pre-enrol, and two pre-enrolment periods are established for this.  The first period, or phase A is held in mid-June and the second, or phase B, is held in mid-September.  During the second period, places may only be applied for on courses which have not been filled following phase A.  Places are awarded on the basis of the preferences, criteria and reserve quotas established by current legislation. Information concerning the application procedure  (Pre-enrolment).
  • Applicants admitted to a course must formally register within the timescale established annually in the enrolment calendar (usually at the end of July and the end of September). Registration Information.


RECOMMENDED APPLICANT PROFILE

 

The recommended educational background for students of the Degree in Social Work is as follows:

  • If the access route taken is that of the high school diploma, then this should preferably be from the Humanities and Social Sciences route.
  • If the access route taken is that of Advanced Vocational Training, then the qualification in question should preferably correspond to the vocational area of Socio-Cultural Services and the Community.

In addition, new students are expected to show sensitivity and the motivation to:

  • Contribute to the social integration of individuals, families groups, organisations and communities; to the constitution of a cohesive society and the development of quality of life and social well-being.
  • Demonstrate an interest in preventing and responding to social problems.
  • Contribute to active citizenship and the defence and protection of human and social rights.

 

NUMBER OF PLACES AND COURT NOTES


COURSES

NUMBER OF PLACES

COURT NOTES

GENERAL

OVER

25

OVER

40

OVER

45

GRADUATES

SPORTPEOPLE

DISABLED

2010-11

160

7,650

7,700

---

6,175

6,380

---

7,050

2011-12

160

7,028

7,640

---

5,000

6,290

---

5,000

2012-13

160

6,974

7,170

---

5,000

7,400

---

---

2013-14

160

6,167

6,340

---

5,000

6,500

---

5,000

2014-15

160

6,226

5,605

---

5,000

5,000

---

---

2015-16

160

6,429

5,310

---

---

6,770

---

---

2016-17

160

6,714

5,000

---

---

5,000

---

5,000

 
  • "Court notes" indicated correspond to the results of the first adjudication of June.
  • The definitive notes can be inferior to the here collected.


 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE


Social workers carry out their professional functions in a wide range of different environments, whether in International Organisations, Public Administration, Universities, the private sector (as employees or autonomous professionals) and the Third, or Voluntary Sector (associations, foundations, federations and other social organisations).

Since the enactment of the Spanish Constitution in 1978, and insofar as it is implemented by means of positive judicial standards and through the corresponding institutional structure, professional social work activity addresses all citizens in a state of need, within the framework of their Constitutional and statutory rights. From the standpoint of recognising the rights of all citizens, Social Workers aim to promote each person’s potential and the families, groups, organisations and communities in which they live and work, in order to achieve maximum social well-being and quality of life.

Social Workers usually work within the Social Services, but also in health, education, law, employment, town planning and housing, social security, business, the environment, the voluntary sector, culture and recreation.

In Spain and its neighbouring countries, it is the State, Regional and Local Administrations which are entrusted with guaranteeing that all citizens and Communities receive these services. Accordingly, it is in these Administrations, and particularly the Local and Regional Administrations, where the profession is most active.

Private non-profit organisations also offer  wide scope to Social Workers: self-help associations and NGOs have an important and ever-expanding role to play.

Social Workers also operate in the business sector; at present and in the near future, this sector promises to be another source of employment for the profession.

Lastly, Social Workers can also on a self-employed basis.

In these fields, Social Workers work in coordination with other agents, both with the persons affected by social problems and their families, and with political agents (institutional political positions, political and trade union representatives, etc.), social agents (social voluntary workers, social activists, etc.) and other professional agents (psychologists, sociologists, social educators, etc.).

Professions for which the degree qualifies its holder: Social Worker

 

IMPLEMENTATION

 

The Degree Course in Social Work will be implemented year by year, according to the following timescale:

 

Academic Year

Implementation of the Degree in Social Work

Phasing out of the Diploma in Social Work

2010-2011

1st Year

The first year of the Diploma in Social Work will not be taught.

2011-2012

2nd Year

The second year of the Diploma in Social Work will not be taught.

2012-2013

3rd Year

No course from the Diploma in Social Work will be taught.

2013-2014

4th Year

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CREDIT EQUIVALENCE PROCEDURE

 

The credit equivalence procedure for credits already obtained by students enrolled on the Diploma Course in Social Work when the University of Alicante Degree Course in Social Work is implemented will be carried out in such a way as to guarantee an orderly transition and to ensure students are in no way put at a disadvantage. Students may adapt their Diploma in Social Work studies to the new Degree in Social Work according to the credit equivalences established in this document, following the progressive implementation of the Degree. For the new Degree, up to 174 core and/or compulsory credits may be recognised, depending on the subjects the student has passed on the Diploma in Social Work programme being phased out.

Students who do not wish to take the new degree course subjects are entitled to sit four examinations at the end of the following two academic years. Any students wishing to continue their studies after sitting and failing these tests will be required to follow the new plan, according to the adaptation system established in the new plan.

 

 

Subject equivalence between the Diploma in Social Work and the Degree in Social Work


DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK

(PLAN 2000. BOE [State Gazette] 03/05/2000)

DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK

Year

Cr.

Core and compulsory subjects

Core and compulsory subjects

Year

ECTS

1st

4.5

Family Law and Penal Law

Family Law and Social Security Law

1st

6.0

2nd

4.5

Social Security Law

1st

4.5

Basics of Public Law and Administrative Law

Basics of Public Law

1st

6.0

2nd

6.0

Social Structure

Social Structure

1st

6.0

1st

6.0

General Sociology

---

---

---

1st

6.0

Methods and Techniques for Social Research

Social Research Techniques for Social Work

1st

6.0

2nd

9.0

Social Anthropology

Anthropology Applied to Social Work

1st

6.0

1st

4.5

Basics of Psychology for Social Work

Basics of Psychology for Social Work

1st

6.0

1st

4.5

Developmental Psychology

Developmental Psychology for Social Work

1st

6.0

2nd

4.5

Social Psychology

Social Psychology

2nd

6.0

3rd

6.0

The Psychology of Social Intervention

Psycho-Social Analysis of Intervention Programmes and Teams[1]

4th

6.0

3rd

6.0

Public Health and Social Work

Public Health for Social Work

2nd

6.0

1st

15.0

Introduction to the Basics of Social Work



Basics of Social Work

1st

6.0

Introduction to Professional Skills

1st

6.0

2nd

16.5

Intervention Methods and Techniques for Social Work

Models and Methods of Social Work II

2nd

6.0

Professional Skills I

2nd

6.0

Work Experience I

3rd

12.0

3rd

18.0

Models of Professional Practice

Models and Methods of Social Work I

2nd

6.0

Professional Skills II

3rd

6.0

Work Experience II

3rd

12.0

---

---

---

Professional Skills III

4th

6.0

---

---

---

Work Experience III

4th

12.0

---

---

---

Work Experience IV

4th

12.0

1st

6.0

Social Work with Individuals

Social Work with Individuals and Families

3rd

6.0

2nd

6.0

Social Work with Families

1st

6.0

Social Work with Groups

Social Work with Groups

3rd

6.0

3rd

6.0

Social Work in the Community

Social Work in the Community

3rd

6.0

1st

9.0

Social Services I

Intervention Contexts in Social Work

1st

6.0

2nd

9.0

Social Services II

Social Work in General Social Services

2nd

6.0

Social Work in Specific and Specialised Social Services

2nd

6.0

3rd

9.0

Social Services III

Social Work in Organisations

4th

6.0

3rd

6.0

Social Policies

Social Policies and Social Work

2nd

6.0

---

---

---

Social Work Intervention in Social Policies

4th

6.0

3rd

4.5

Social Work and European Union Social Programmes

International Social Work, Social Services and Social Policy[2]

3rd

6.0

---

---

---

Economics for Social Work

2nd

6.0

---

---

---

Introduction to Research in Social Work Practice

4th

6.0

---

---

---

Final Project

4th

6.0


 


[1]  Degree in Social Work optional subject

[2]  Degree in Social Work optional subject

 

DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK 

(PLAN 2000. BOE [State Gazette] 03/05/2000)

DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK

Optional subjects

Cr.

Optional subjects

ECTS

Social Work with Elderly People

6.0

Social Work and Emerging Problems

6.0

Child and Youth Social Work

4.5

Social Work and Emerging Problems

6.0

The Sociology of Inequality

6.0

The Sociology of Inequalities [1]

6.0

Psycho-social Aspects of Mental Illness

6.0

---

---

Sexual Behaviour/Emotional Self-Control

4.5

---

---

Catalan Language

4.5

---

---

Theory of Justice

4.5

---

---

Information Technology in Social Work

6.0

----

---

Social and Population Geography

6.0

Social Geography

6.0

International Health

6.0

---

---

Nursing and Social Work

4.5

---

---

---

---

Data Analysis for Social Work

6.0

---

---

Modern Languages for Social Work (English)

6.0

---

---

Modern languages for Social Work (French)

6.0



[1] Degree in Social Work core subject (Sociology).


For those subjects where the equivalent in the Degree in Social Work comprises two subjects from the Plan 2000 for the Diploma in Social Work at the University of Alicante, and in the case where one of these latter has been passed, the results obtained will be observed and the student will only be required to take the remainder of the Degree subject corresponding to the Diploma subject not passed.

Credits taken by the student on the Diploma in Social Work which do not have equivalences in the above table may obtain credit recognition as follows:

  • Degree course optional credits, up to the maximum number of optional credits established for each degree course.
  • Free-elective credits awarded for university, cultural or representational activities will be recognised for the corresponding degree course, with a maximum of up to 6 academic credits to be recognised for various activities, as set out in Art. 12.8 of Royal Decree 1393/2007 (participation in cultural, sporting, student representation, charity and cooperation activities).

In observation of Article 46.2.i) of Organic Law 6/2001, and Article 12.8 of Royal Decree 1393/2007, students are guaranteed the possibility of obtaining academic recognition for participation in university cultural, sporting, student representation, charity and cooperation activities up to a maximum of 6 optional credits. The Governing Council of the University of Alicante will decide each year which activities will be eligible for such academic recognition.

 

 

DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK. SYLLABUS SUMMARY

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