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Socionom (YH) h20, dagstudier, Vasa

2020

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CORE STUDIES
                                                       
English 3    
           
                         
   
Introduction to Academic Studies 3
     
           
                             
Swedish 3
     
           
                             
Swedish - Oral Skills 0                                                        
Swedish - Writing Skills 0                                                        
Finnish 3
       
             
                       
Finnish - Oral Skills 0                                                        
Finnish - Writing Skills 0                                                        
Research Methodology 3
       
             
                       
Organization and Leadership 3    
         
                       
         
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PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
                                                       
Verbal Communication 3    
           
                         
   
Professional Finnish 3  
       
                 
                   
Research Methodology 2 5    
         
                       
         
The Structure of Society
                                                       
Sociology 5
       
             
                       
Social Policy 5
     
           
                             
Local Government Administration 5
       
             
                       
Social Services 4
     
           
                             
Branch Familiarity 2
     
           
                             
Social Work
                                                       
Multi - level Social Work 5
       
             
                       
Client Work 5
     
           
                             
Preventive Social Work 3
     
           
                             
Mental Health- and Substance Abuse Care
                                                       
Mental Health Care 3
       
             
                       
Care for Substance Use Disorder 3
       
             
                       
Human Learning, Development and Growth
                                                       
Pedagogy 3
     
           
                             
Early Childhood Education 3
     
           
                             
Special Education 5  
         
                   
             
Developmental Psychology 3
     
           
                             
Social Psychology 2  
         
                   
             
Law
                                                       
Labour Legislation 2    
           
                         
   
Social Law 5  
       
                 
                   
Nursing
                                                       
The Basics of Nursing 5  
       
                 
                   
Drug Treatment 3  
       
                 
                   
Strengthening One's Resources
                                                       
Adult Pedagogy 3    
         
                       
         
Social Gerontology 3  
       
                 
                   
Professional Development and Leadership
                                                       
Leadership in a Diverse Society 5    
           
                         
   
Personality Development 3    
         
                       
         
Social Supervision and Social Service 5  
       
                 
                   
The Theory and Methods of the Profiling Area
                                                       
Social Pedagogy 5  
       
                 
                   
Work Ethics and Philosophy 3    
         
                       
         
Staff Administration and Team Work 5    
           
                         
   
Profiling Studies 1 3  
         
                   
             
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PROFILING STUDIES
                                         
         
Alternative Profiling Studies
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Family Work and Methodology 10                                                        
Early Childhood Education and Methods 10                                                        
Immigrant Work and Methodology 10                                                        
Addiction, Mental Illness and Methodology 10                                                        
Youth Work and Methodology 10                                                        
Gerontological Work, Disabilities and Methology 10                                                        
Criminology, Addiction and Methodology 10                                                        
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THESIS
                                         
         
Thesis
                                                       
Thesis 1 5    
         
                       
         
Thesis 2 and Maturity Test 10    
           
                         
   
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PRACTICAL TRAINING
                                                       
Work Practice
                                                       
Basic Work Practice 5
       
             
                       
Work Practice in Social Welfare 1 10  
         
                   
             
Work Practice in Social Welfare 2 10  
         
                   
             
Work Practice in Leadership 1 10      
           
                             
Work Practice in Leadership 2 10      
           
                             
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Elective Studies
(Select 5 ECTS)
                                             
   
ELECTIVE STUDIES
                                                       
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ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 66 59 50 20 34 32 29 30 22 28 20 17 17 10.7 10.7 10.7 14.5 14.5 10 10 10 28.5 28.5 11.3 11.3 11.3 10 10

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

Description

Degree: Bachelor of Social Services
Qualification title: Bachelor of Social Services
Duration of studies: 3,5 years
Study type: Full-time

Objective

The competencies of the bachelor of social services are divided as follows:
- Basic knowledge in the social field
- Experience-based knowledge in the social field
- Applied and development-oriented knowledge in the social field

Ethical competence in the social area:
The bachelor of social services has incorporated the social area's values ​​and professional ethics principles and is committed to following them.
The bachelor of social services can reflect on the professional ethical issues that are assumed in the social field.
The bachelor of social services can consider the uniqueness of each individual and work in situations where there are conflicting values.
The bachelor of social services promotes equality and tolerance and strives to prevent exclusion from a social, social and individual perspective.

Expertise in client work:
The bachelor of social services identifies the importance of their own view of humanity and values ​​in the work with different clients and client groups.
The bachelor of social services can support the client's participation by creating a professional interaction and cooperation relationship.
The bachelor of social services understands the client's needs and supports the client in using and strengthening their resources in his / her different life situations and stages.
The bachelor of social services can apply and evaluate different theoretical orientations and methods in the client work.
The bachelor of social services can target and guide different clients and client groups in their daily lives.
The bachelor of social services can describe and evaluate the different stages of the client process and on the basis of this develop their work.

Expertise in the social area's service system:
The bachelor of social services is familiar with service systems and related legal regulations
information systems that support welfare and social security and can apply them.
The bachelor of social services can predict and understand changes in the welfare service and can participate in service development and production.
The bachelor of social services can assess the client's service needs in different stages of life and master service guidance as well as the preventive work's starting points and methods.
The bachelor of social services can serve as an expert for the social field in multi-professional
working groups and networks, and can work for a functioning network of protection for the client.

Critical and participatory community-oriented competence:
The bachelor of social services can, from a regional, national and international perspective, analyze structures and processes that cause inequality and exclusion.
The bachelor of social services can use different methods in social-oriented social work, social influence and communication.
The bachelor of social services can support the citizens' participation and can, in cooperation with clients and other actors, participate in the work of guarding interests.

Research and development-oriented competence:
The bachelor of social services has included a reflective, research and development-oriented approach.
The bachelor of social services has expertise in practice-based research and can produce new knowledge.
The bachelor of social services can plan, realize, evaluate and report development projects in the social field.

Leadership Skills:
The bachelor of social services is familiar with the basic principles of financial and personnel management.
The bachelor of social services can act as a foreman in a work community.
The bachelor of social services can develop work communities, service processes and knowledge in the social field.
The bachelor of social services can make decisions in unforeseen situations.
The bachelor of social services has basic prerequisites to work as an independent entrepreneur in the field.