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Social Work

Programme

Course content

The Bachelor’s degree in Social Work trains professionals equipped to combine a genuine interest in people with a quality response to everyday problems in our ever changing world. 

This degree programme will teach you to deal with people's problems; intervene and assess social needs and conflicts, address people's psychosocial problems in their relationships with others and their environment, contribute to social well being and building a fairer more egalitarian society.

There has been an increased demand for graduates in Social Work in recent years. 
 

Student profile

If you have social awareness, you like helping people to overcome their social problems and you feel compelled to fight against social injustice… the Bachelor’s degree in Social Work is just right for you.

What this Bachelor’s degree at Deusto offers you

1. An innovative system to learn how to deal with people, providing you with the competences and skills needed to successfully help and support the most vulnerable social groups.

2. An academic staff that combines teaching and research with their professional practice and will closely supervise your learning and guide you to the professional field best suited to your interests and motivations.

3. A social and human background based on values which are essential to fostering social justice, human rights and equality in your work.
4. Internships (12 ECTS) are obligatory in this degree programme. The UD has agreements with over 200 firms and institutions where students can gain practical first hand experience.

5. Choose subjects that will enable you to learn more about social intervention in two fields with the highest demand:

I. Specialist social intervention with children and adolescents, persons with disabilities, the mentally ill and the elderly.
II. Social inclusion and human development, which consists of working with groups and communities suffering from social exclusion for different reasons. You will study human rights, diversity, interculturality and local development to gain a better knowledge of these concepts.
 

Programme

Course content

The Bachelor’s degree in Social Work trains professionals equipped to combine a genuine interest in people with a quality response to everyday problems in our ever changing world. 

This degree programme will teach you to deal with people's problems; intervene and assess social needs and conflicts, address people's psychosocial problems in their relationships with others and their environment, contribute to social well being and building a fairer more egalitarian society.

There has been an increased demand for graduates in Social Work in recent years. 
 

Student profile

If you have social awareness, you like helping people to overcome their social problems and you feel compelled to fight against social injustice… the Bachelor’s degree in Social Work is just right for you.

What this Bachelor’s degree at Deusto offers you

1. An innovative system to learn how to deal with people, providing you with the competences and skills needed to successfully help and support the most vulnerable social groups.

2. An academic staff that combines teaching and research with their professional practice and will closely supervise your learning and guide you to the professional field best suited to your interests and motivations.

3. A social and human background based on values which are essential to fostering social justice, human rights and equality in your work.
4. Internships (12 ECTS) are obligatory in this degree programme. The UD has agreements with over 200 firms and institutions where students can gain practical first hand experience.

5. Choose subjects that will enable you to learn more about social intervention in two fields with the highest demand:

I. Specialist social intervention with children and adolescents, persons with disabilities, the mentally ill and the elderly.
II. Social inclusion and human development, which consists of working with groups and communities suffering from social exclusion for different reasons. You will study human rights, diversity, interculturality and local development to gain a better knowledge of these concepts.