Curriculum

Social Work and Counselling, Full-Time, Bachelor, class 2015

1 semester
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1 AD314 Social Policy C 5
2 PS111 Introduction to Psychology C 4
3 SW101 Basics of Social Work C 6
4 SW105 Professional Ethics of Social Worker C 3
5 SW214 Social Work with Groups and Communities C 5
6 LN112 English I E -
2 semester
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1 CM211 Intra- and Inter-Personal Communication C 6
2 IT102 Information Technologies C 4
3 SO102 Sociology C 6
4 SW102 Methods of Social Work C 8
5 LN112 English I E 12
3 semester
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1 SW114 Physiotherapy C 6
2 SW203 Consulatation Process and Skills C 4
3 SW212 Social Work with Addictions C 3
4 SW315 Social Work with Children and Alternative Child Care C 7
5 SW334 Family Consulting C 7
6 LN212 English II E -
4 semester
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1 PS202 Social Psychology C 7
2 SW314 Social Work with People with Deviant Behaviour C 4
3 SW332 Organisational Consulting C 7
4 SW336 Management of Social Services C 6
5 SW413 Social Work with People with Disabilities C 5
6 LN212 English II E 12
5 semester
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1 CM415 Projects Development C 3
2 CM424 Mediation in Conflicts C 5
3 IT401 Multimedia Technologies C 3
4 PS213 Psychology of Development in Child and Adolescent Age C 7
5 SW316 Social Work with Elderly People C 6
6 SW325 C 5
7 SW431 Placement: Social Work with People Victims of Violence and Traffic C 6
6 semester
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1 PS412 Ethnopsychology C 3
2 SO402 Social Demography C 4
3 SW412 Policies of Social Inclusion C 4
4 SW414 Pre-graduate Internship: Management of Social Services C 4
5 SW427 Legislative Protection of Disadvantaged People C 6
6 CM417 Protocol and Etiquette E 3
7 semester
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1 BA344 Human Resource Management C 6
2 PS301 Psychopathology C 4
3 PS303 Crisis Intervention C 6
4 PS507 Consultative Psychology C 6
5 SO201 Democracy and Human Rights C 5
6 SW433 Summer Internship II C 5
7 CM403 Graduation Project Development E 3
8 semester
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1 PS104 Psychosocial Training C 3
2 PS314 Psychology of Adult Development C 6
3 SO202 Social Anthropology C 3
4 SW411 Creative Techniques C 3

Basic scheme of the curriculum
Compulsory subjects 206 credits
Elective subjects 24 credits
State Exam, Graduation Thesis 10 credits
Summary 240 credits

The basic scheme of the curriculum provides for the accumulation of 60 credits per academic year, 30 per semester, acquired by compulsory and elective subjects.

Optional courses credits are over credits acquired in the main draw of the curriculum and not replace them.

Credits from two-semester courses is awarded after successful completion of the entire course.

Legend: C = Compulsory, E = Elective, O = Optional