Semester Breakdown

Course Structure Diagram


SEMESTER 1
CodeNameECTS
MSCP501PSYCHOSOCIAL AND COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS IN CRISIS SITUATIONS10
MSCP502SOCIAL PLANNING AND PROGRAMME EVALUATION10
MSCP503STRATEGICAL ADMINISTRATION OF SOCIAL SERVICES AND SUPERVISION10
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 2
CodeNameECTS
MSCP504SPECIALIZED SOCIAL RESEARCH APPLICATIONS10
MSCP505THESIS I10
MSCP506CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN SOCIAL POLICIES10
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 3
CodeNameECTS
MSCP507THESIS II20
ELECTIVE10
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 4
CodeNameECTS
TOTAL30

 

Courses

Qualification Requirements

Module GroupECTS
Required Courses80
Elective Course10
TOTAL90

Required Courses Modules

The student must successfully complete 80 ECTS, from the following list of modules:
No.CodeNameECTSHours / week
1 MSCP501PSYCHOSOCIAL AND COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS IN CRISIS SITUATIONS103
2 MSCP502SOCIAL PLANNING AND PROGRAMME EVALUATION103
3 MSCP503STRATEGICAL ADMINISTRATION OF SOCIAL SERVICES AND SUPERVISION103
4 MSCP504SPECIALIZED SOCIAL RESEARCH APPLICATIONS103
5 MSCP505THESIS I103
6 MSCP506CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN SOCIAL POLICIES103
7 MSCP507THESIS II203

Elective Course Modules

The student must successfully complete 10 ECTS, from the following list of modules:
No.CodeNameECTSHours / week
1 MSCP508SOCIAL ENTERPRENEURSHIP 103
2 MSCP509HUMAN RIGHTS: CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL CHLALLENGES103
3 MSCP510GLOBALIZATION, DIVERSITY,VULNERABLE SOCIAL GROUPS AND SOCIAL INCLUSION103

Contact Information

Andreas Panayiotou
Associate Professor
Program Coordinator

Frederick University
Address: 7, Y. Frederickou Str.
Pallouriotisa, Nicosia 1036
Cyprus

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Completion Requirements

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

There are no specific examination regulations, assessment and grading methods employed by this Program. The examination regulations, assessment methods and grading system for this Program are the same as the relevant general university regulations.


Graduation Requirements

Students are eligible for graduation after successfully completing 90 ECTS credits in the courses listed in the Program Structure.

Furthermore, a student can graduate only if their CGPA is greater or equal to 5.00 out of 10.00.

Graduating students with a CGPA less than 5.00 might have to take extra courses or repeat a number of courses in order to improve their grades.


Access to Further Studies

The graduates of the Program have access to PhD studies (3rd Cycle) in disciplines related with the offered disciplines of Social Work.

Admission Requirements

Specific Admission Requirements

Admission to the program is divided into two stages:

1st Stage: Candidates are required to submit the following:

  • A complete application form
  • A detailed resume (CV)
  • An academic or professional reference letter
  • A personal statement outlining the reasons for wishing to attend the MA in Social Work program.

2nd Stage: Interview
Successful candidates of the first stage are interviewed by a three member committee. In the interview the committee seeks to determine which candidates are able to respond effectively to the demands of the program, taking into account the motivation and interest but also the overall composition and scientific competence.


Recognition of Prior Learning

There are no specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning for this Program. Candidates can be granted transfer credits according to the general arrangements for recognition of prior learning of the University.