Social workers promote human well-being and foster social inclusion. They mobilise the forces of individuals, the community and state organisations to transform lives and create lasting and meaningful social change.
RMIT University has been teaching social work for over 40 years and our programs continue to reflect up-to-date ideas about social work and its place in a changing world.
Our classroom is the city and our graduates are resilient, outspoken members of society who advocate a fairer world for all.
Field education forms a large component of the social work program. You'll undertake 140 days of work placements within human and community service organisations.
This program is designed to develop your capacity to deliver human services and to master current and emerging policy and practice trends.
You'll critically reflect on and analyse social policy and organisational practices and develop the skills necessary for advocating change. You'll graduate with the knowledge, skills and ethical foundations to bring about individual and collective well-being from a social justice perspective.
The Master of Social Work comprises of ten 12-credit-point core courses, two 24-credit-point core courses and two 12-credit-point elective courses. Most courses are offered face-to-face.
You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.Book IELTS
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