Bachelors

Social Care Work - BA (Hons)

What you can expect

Technological University of the Shannon

This programme emphasises the professional and personal development required to work in this challenging field. Social Care Work is the professional provision of care, protection, support, welfare and advocacy for vulnerable or dependent people individually or in groups. As an applied profession, this programme requires students to undertake two episodes of professional placement. Typically, a social care worker is employed working with those who have physical or learning difficulties, disabilities, young people at risk, children who have been neglected or abused, family support services, addiction services, homeless services, elderly people, and in settings as diverse as residential care,day care, and community based services. Graduates find employment opportunities with the HSE, TUSLA, statutory and voluntary organisations and community-based agencies.
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years
4
fee
3250
level
Bachelors

What the students say

"I have learned so much in my course and have grown as a person from being exposed to such an amazing community of people who have the best intentions for me at heart" - Deborah M.

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