Master of Social Sciences (Social Work by Research)

The Master of Social Sciences (Social Work by Research) degree is offered by the Social Work Department. This degree provides professional and research skills for graduates and professionals working in social work or social administration. Candidates with a good degree in social work can be considered. Research scholarships are available.

Topics for Research

Supervision is available in areas of research such as; family studies, social work practice, intervention outcomes, ageing issues, social support networks, community development, evaluation of service delivery, social policies, volunteerism, crime and delinquency, mental health, drug abuse, coping behaviour, social-ecological response, human service management, and rehabilitation of persons with disabilities.

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