Master of Social Sciences
(Social Work – Youth Stream)
Candidates are required to complete six compulsory courses, two elective courses and dissertation or two additional elective courses.
|SOWK6139||Theoretical foundation of human service practices|
|SOWK6164||Counselling in educational setting|
|SOWK6214||Children and youth mental health|
|SOWK6265||Research methods in human service|
|SOWK6285||Advanced social work practice with children and youth|
|SOWK6287||Children and youth services and social policies|
|SOWK6136||Adventure-based counseling: theory and practice|
|SOWK6261||Social work in school settings|
|SOWK6269||Child maltreatment and protection|
|SOWK6274||Theories and practices of positive psychology and strength-based interventions|
|SOWK6313||Knowledge and Intervention for SEN children|
(1) Candidates can take elective courses from both the core and elective courses in other fields of study under the Master of Social Sciences (Behavioral Health, Counselling, Gerontology, Mental Health, Social Service Management) programmes. Approval from the respective Programme Directors is needed.
(2) Not all elective courses will necessarily be offered in a given year.
Candidates are required to complete a dissertation or two additional elective courses.