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Degrees at the Faculty

Bachelor’s degrees

Social Work programme – full-time and combined (part-distance) studies
degree subject: Qualified Social Worker

Graduates are qualified for careers as social workers.

Health Care-Social Work programme – full-time studies
degree subject: Integrated Health and Social Care

Graduates are qualified for non-medical health care professions without direct management or expert supervision. Areas of application include preventive care, diagnostics, rehabilitation and social work.

Community Development programme – full-time and combined (part-distance) studies
degree subject: Addressing Multidisciplinary Local Problems

This degree responds to the growing need for professionals with multidisciplinary knowledge and skills in the field of spatial and community planning, enabling graduates to coordinate development on the regional, municipal and community levels. The degree emphasizes the social dimension of community work and trains graduates to analyze situations, communicate, and apply creative problem-solving skills.

Master’s degrees

Social Work – full-time and combined (part-distance) studies
degree subject: Social Work Specialist in the Field of Social Work Theory and Research

Graduates are trained to address theoretical and practical issues by applying a range of theoretical knowledge and practical skills related to social work and social work research.

Management of Social Work Organizations – full-time and combined (part-distance) studies
degree subject: Management in Social Work

+ Joint Degree programme
in conjunction with international partner universities

Graduates are equipped with theoretical knowledge and practical skills enabling them to pursue careers in social services and social work management. The Joint Degree programme enables students to complete a part of their studies abroad, at our partner universities in Austria (Fachhochschule Campus Wien) and Slovakia (University of Trnava).

Coordination of Rehabilitation and Long-Term Health and Social Care – full-time and combined (part-distance) studies
degree subject: Interdisciplinarity and Multidisciplinarity

Graduates acquire interdisciplinary knowledge and skills in the fields of health care and social work, enabling them to identify, propose, negotiate and implement sets of multidisciplinary solutions in response to health changes in short-term or long-term patients (following injuries or as a consequence of permanent illness).

Doctoral degree

Social Work – full-time and combined (part-distance) studies in Czech and English
degree subject: Research for Developments in Social Work

The doctoral degree expands and deepens students’ knowledge of social work theory and methods, incorporating various other related fields and social sciences research methodology.

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