Master of Social Sciences
(Social Service Management)
Candidates are required to complete six compulsory courses, two elective courses and dissertation or two additional elective courses.
|SOWK6087||Managing people in human services|
|SOWK6139||Theoretical foundation of human service practices|
|SOWK6156||Financial planning and management for social service organizations|
|SOWK6217||Current social welfare policy issues|
|SOWK6265||Research methods in human service|
|SOWK6289||Organisational analysis and strategic organisational management|
|SOWK6132||Economics for social welfare|
|SOWK6154||Marketing social welfare programmes and promoting community relations|
|SOWK6185||Qualitative research methods|
|SOWK6218||Fund raising and proposal development|
|SOWK6256||Civil society organizations and social development|
|SOWK6263||Quantitative research methods and statistical analysis|
|SOWK6290||Social innovation and enterprise|
|SOWK6324||Special topics in social service management I|
|SOWK6325||Special topics in social service management II|
(1) Students can take electives courses from both the core and elective courses in other fields of study under the Master of Social Sciences in Behavioral Health, Gerontology, Mental Health and Social Work Programmes. Approval from the respective Programme Directors is needed.
(2) Not all elective courses will necessarily be offered in a given year.
Student can opt for dissertation for two additional elective courses.