This is a professional and interdisciplinary master, primarily aimed at graduates in social work, psychology, sociology and law. The program is designed to provide in-depth theoretical and methodological training and support through supervised internships in two specialised modules: Rehabilitation and Intervention Approaches and Mediation.
The educational program provides training and development of career skills in line with professional standards in the following areas: social assistance to adults deprived of their liberty, social assistance to juveniles youth deprived of liberty, social assistance for families subject to criminal sanctions, social assistance for inmates, probation (supervision, psychosocial support of offenders who have been criminally handled) be temporarily suspended serving sentences under the supervision of the community); support and counselling for victims of crime, mediation (family mediation and victim-crime mediation), consultation in the design and implementation of research and social intervention programs to reduce risk recidivism, increased social security and psychosocial support for offenders, victims and/or their families.
Penitentiary Social Worker, Probation Counsellor, Probation Inspector, Mediator, Social Work and Counselling Specialist, Social Work Researcher, Social Work Research Assistant, Legal and Social Specialists, Art Therapist, Assisted Employment Specialist.
Criminal law Advanced quantitative methods of data processing Specialized course optional 1 Specialized course optional 2 Supervised practice I
Communication and mediation Conflict theory and analysis-mediation perspective Mediation-theories and practices Specialised optional course Supervised practice II
Probation - Assistance and Counselling (in English) Specialised optional course 3 Specialised optional course 4 Supervised practice III
Models of good practice, art therapy and therapeutic communities Dissertation research Social order and spatial order (in English) Optional course from the UBB curriculum
During the 4 semesters, a total of 4 general and specialized optional courses and 1 course from the UBB curriculum have to be chosen. These can be selected from those nominated in the curriculum.
For more information you can contact the program head:
Sorina Poledna Associate professor PhD Department of social work
Admission and information:
TEL.: +4 0756 831 955 E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org