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1 MASTER PROGRAM OF SOCIAL WORK Education-qualification degree: MASTER Proffessional qualification: Master of Social work Duration: year Mode of study: full-time The Department of Social-medical Sciences is responsible for organization of the education in Social work. The aim of education in Social activities is to provide theoretical and practical basis for integration of medical, psychological, educational, sociological, juridical knowledge and skills. The Master degree program has been accredited by National Agency for evaluation and accreditation with a highest for the period of 6 years (protocol 16 from ). The tuition in the Master degree program is aimed to prepare well-trained specialists for Psycho-health Services through extending scientific-theoretical and specialized preparation in professional direction Social Work. The education assures theoretical and practical preparation in the field of Social Work and the specific problems of persons, groups and communities in realizing Social work. The basic purpose in this education is to hold out knowledge and abilities for work with people with grave mental disease and their families through therapeutically approach for learning lost social skills and abilities for independent life. The Master of Social work has to be able to: To serve as resource pool of teaching, research and training for governmental, non-governmental and international stakeholders in the field; To meet the growing demand of internal and external stakeholders for skilled and professional manpower; To broaden the research horizon of instructors, students and visiting scholars; To meet the growing demand for analysts, researchers, policy advisors, liaison officers; To open an avenue of choice for prospective students who have already articulated their demands; and, To lay a firm foundation for Master degree program in the field of Social work. The graduate can also work as researchers, tutors, organizers, manager or specialists in the system of social care, health, judicial or police systems can defend a doctorate in the field of social care. The Master of Social work is prepared to work as: -promoter, instructor or specialist in every social structure; -promoter, instructor or specialist in every services, in which there is regulated position, demanding realization of Social Worker - Health, Judicial, Psycho-social Services, Day Centers, Supporting Houses, etc. -tutor, research worker etc.

2 STRUCTURE OF CURRICULLUM First year First semester ECTS credits Second semester ECTS credits General and developmental psychology Demography and Statistics Basics of Social Work Basics of Law Social Medicine Organization and Management of Social Care Social Policy Methods of Social Work General and Labor Sociology Labor Law and Insurance Information Technology in Social Work Technology of Social Work for Children, Adults and Persons with Disabilities Elective disciplines Elective disciplines Total 0 Total 0 Second year First semester ECTS credits Second semester ECTS credits Differential Diagnostics of Social Work Social Management Communication and Communication Training Social Integration of Ethnocultural Communities Elective discipline 1st group Elective discipline 1st group Practice Mediation in Social Work Contemporary Social Legislation Methodology and Methods of Researches in Social Work Managing Ethics Elective discipline nd group Elective discipline nd group Defense of diploma work or State exam 15 Elective disciplines Social Integration of Criminals Basics of Rehabilitation Psychological Defenses and Nonverbal Communications Social Activities in Urgent Labor Market and Employment Labor and Social Rehabilitation Elective disciplines Religions and Sects Organization of Preventivehealth Rehabilitation Health Promotion Reproductive Behavior and Demographic Policy Public Relations Information Aspects in Social Work Religions Social Anthropology Total 0 Total 0 TOTAL CREDITS FOR THE MAJOR SOCIAL WORK NON-SPECIALISTS /MASTER DEGREE 4 SEMESTERS/: 60 CREDITS

3 GENERAL AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY ECTS credits: 6.0 Semester: first Hours weekly: 1l+1s+0lab+0p Department of Psychology Faculty of Philosophy Lecturers: assoc. prof. S.Stoyanova Psychology is an academic and applied discipline involving the scientific study of mental processes and behavior. It studies such phenomena as perception, cognition, emotion, personality, behavior, and interpersonal relationships and also refers to the application of such knowledge to various spheres of human activity, including issues related to everyday life (e.g. family, education, and employment) and the treatment of mental health problems. Psychology includes many sub-fields of study and application concerned with such areas as human development, sports, health, industry, media, and law. General psychology studies the mental processes form in all ages. And the social the process of living in community. Teaching methods are lecture, causes, paper, conspectus, tests and questionnaires. DEMOGRAPHY AND STATISTICS ECTS credits: 4.0 Semester: first Hours weekly: 1,5l+0,5s+0lab+0p, Department of Informatics, Faculty of Mathematics Lecturers: assoc. prof. St.Chincheva, assoc. prof.e.karasthranova Demography is the statistical study of all populations. It encompasses the study of the size, structure and distribution of populations, and spatial and/or temporal changes in them in response to birth, migration, aging and death.

4 Statistics is a mathematical science pertaining to the collection, analysis, interpretation or explanation, and presentation of data. Purpose of the discipline: Demographic analysis can be applied to whole societies or to groups defined by criteria such as education, nationality, religion and ethnicity and analyze the relationships between economic, social, cultural and biological processes influencing a population. Statistical methods can be used to summarize or describe a collection of data and may be modeled in a way that accounts for randomness and uncertainty in the observations, and are then used to draw inferences about the process or population being studied. Teaching methods are lectures, multimedia, documents. BASICS OF SOCIAL WORK ECTS credits: 7.0 Semester: first Hours weekly: l+0s+0lab+1p Lecturers: chef assist. V.Sotirova The course is introductive for problems of social work, and social policy and initiate basic conceptions and methods of social work, social protection and support. Students will be received primarily information for material base, regions, management and organization of Social work in Bulgaria. Teaching methods are lectures, multimedia, papers, cases.

5 BASICS OF LAW ECTS credits:.0 Semester: first Hours weekly: 1,l+0s+0lab+0p Faculty of Law and History Department of Law Lecturers: assoc.prof.m.stanin Law is a system of rules, enforced through a set of institutions, used as an instrument to underpin civil obedience, politics, economics and society. Law serves as the foremost social mediator in relations between people. Students to be known with terminology and division of law. Teaching methods are lectures, documents, cases. The Assessment methods is written work. SOCIAL MEDICINE ECTS credits:.0 Semester: first Lecturers: prof. M.Apostolov PhD The field of social medicine seeks to: understand how social and economic conditions impact health, disease and the practice of medicine and foster conditions in which this understanding can lead to a healthier society. Teaching methods are lectures, cases, papers, discussion.

6 ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL CARE ECTS credits: 7.0 Semester: first Hours weekly: l+0s+0lab+1p Lecturers: prof.p.parizov PhD Students will be thought in management of social activities, solving problems with personnel, promoting the qualification, planning, organizing, resourcing, leading or directing, and controlling an a person or a group of people. Teaching methods are lectures, observation, analyses. SOCIAL POLICY ECTS credits: 5.0 Department of Philosophical and Political Sciences Faculty of Philosophy Lecturers: assoc. prof. P.Pachkova PhD Social policy relates to guidelines for the changing, maintenance or creation of living conditions that are conducive to human welfare. Thus social policy is that part of public policy that has to do with social issues. Social policy aims to improve human welfare and to meet human needs for education, health, housing and social security. The students will be acquired knowledge about regions, legislation, organization and management of social policy in the country. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, documents, multimedia.

7 METHODS OF SOCIAL WORK ECTS credits: 7.0 Hours weekly: 1l+1s+0lab+1p Lecturers: prof. P.Parizov PhD Demonstrate communication skills including verbal, non-verbal and in writing. The ability to gather, collate and analyze information from various sources. Carry out assessments and risk assessments and evidencing the ability to identify action plans. Demonstrate the ability to discriminate which method of intervention to apply from a range of methods, psycho-social, care management, crisis intervention, and opportunity led and life space approaches and behavioral social work. Research method of intervention within the evidence based practice debate. Students will be expected to demonstrate practice skills and knowledge of social work theory and methods of intervention and apply these appropriately in an ethical and research evidence based context. Teaching methods are lectures, interviewing, assessment, methods of intervention, and action plans across a range of user groups, observation. GENERAL AND LABOUR SOCIOLOGY ECTS credits: 5.0 Department of Sociology Faculty of Philosophy Lecturers: assoc.prof. D.Peicheva PhD

8 General Sociology is scientific study of society and human behavior. The field of sociology is adopted in the examination of the patterns of social relations, social stratification, social interaction, and culture. The goals of sociology are to understand human behavior, to generalize about the causes of human behavior, to predict future human behavior, and to understand how society influences people. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, cases, discussion. LABOUR LAW AND INSURANCE ECTS credits:.0 Hours weekly: 1,l+0,7s+0lab+0p Faculty of Law and History, Lecturers: prof. A..Vasilev Labor law and insurance is the body of laws, administrative rulings, and precedents which address the legal rights of, and restrictions on, working people and their organizations. As such, it mediates many aspects of the relationship between trade unions, employers and employees. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, papers, cases, documents. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN SOCIAL WORK ECTS credits:.0 Hours weekly: 1l+0s+0lab+01p Department of Informatics Lecturers: assoc. prof.. E.Karasthranova

9 Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), Internet. The aim is mastering the main computer programs and application of information technology in social work. For the needs of education is the practical exercises are provided in a computer hall with multimedia. The exam is practical and written. TEHNOLOGY OF SOCIAL WORK WITH CHILDREN, ADULTS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ECTS credits: 7.0 Hours weekly: l+0s+0lab+1p Lecturers: assoc. prof.. P.Parizov Students will be thought in definition, essence and types of technology of social work with children, adults and people with disabilities individual and group work, strategies, skills and interaction in social work. Students will be thought theoretical and practical skill for social work with specific groups of population. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, observation, documents, multimedia. DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSTICS OF SOCIAL WORK ECTS credits: 5.0 Semester: third Hours weekly: 1l+1s+0lab+0p

10 Lecturers: assoc. prof.. P.Parizov Students will be thought in definition, essence and types of differential diagnostic of social work with children, adults and people with disabilities individual and group work, strategies, skills and interaction in social work. Students will be thought theoretical and practical skill for social work with specific groups of population. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, observation, documents, multimedia. SOCIAL MANAGEMENT ECTS credits: 6.0 Semester: third Hours weekly: l+1s+0lab+0p Lecturers: assoc. prof. M.Kicheva Students will be thought in development of population structure and social reforms, essence of social management, management of public organizations, management in private sector and NGO. Students will be thought the place and role of social management and organization. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, papers, documents, multimedia. COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNICATION TRAINING ECTS credits:.0 Semester: third Hours weekly: 1l+0s+0lab+1p Department of Speech Therapy

11 Lecturers: prof. D.Georgieva Students will be thought in development in communication, language, speech, types of communication, basic communicative skills, and social communication. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, role games, multimedia, papers. SOCIAL INTEGRATION OF ETHNO-CULTURAL COMMUNITIES ECTS credits: 5.0 Semester: third Hours weekly: 1l+0s+0lab+1p Lecturers: assoc. prof. M. Cholakova, PhD Students will be described the social work with particular ethnic groups and their characteristics (education, customs, way of living) gypsies, refugees; and the most common methods for social work. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, observation, documents, multimedia. MEDIATION OF SOCIAL WORK ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth Hours weekly: 1l+1s+0lab+1p Lecturers: assoc. prof. B.Manov

12 Students will be thought in development of population structure and social reforms, essence of social management, management of public organizations, management in private sector and NGO. Students will be thought the place and role of social management and organization. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, papers, documents, multimedia. CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL LEGISLATION ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth Hours weekly: 1l+1s+0lab+0p Faculty of Law and History Lecturers: assoc.prof. M.Kicheva Legislation is a system of rules, enforced through a set of institutions, used as an instrument to underpin civil obedience, politics, economics and society. Legislation serves as the foremost social mediator in relations between people. Teaching methods are lectures, documents, cases. The Assessment methods is written work. METHODOLOGY AND METHODS OF RESEARCHES IN SOCIAL WORK ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth Hours weekly: 1l+1s+0lab+1p Lecturers: assoc. prof. M.Cholakova

13 Students will be thought in the basic methods in social work and in the process of methodology, the role of the methods in the practice. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, papers, documents, multimedia. MANAGING ETHICS ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth Hours weekly: 1l+0s+0lab+1p Department of Philosophy and Political Sciences Faculty of Philosophy Lecturers: assoc. prof. K.Lozev Students will be thought in the basics of ethics and the principles of governing ethics in the field of social work. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, papers, documents, multimedia. SOCIAL INTEGRATION OF CRIMINALS ECTS credits:.0 Semester: third Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Philosophy and Political Sciences Faculty of Philosophy Lecturers: assoc. prof. D.Minev Students will be thought in the basics and principles of social work with different types of criminals. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, papers, documents, multimedia.

14 BASICS OF REHABILITATION ECTS credits:.0 Semester: first Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Medical-social Sciences Lecturers: prof. P.Parizov Students will be thought in theoretical base of Rehabilitation, different types of rehabilitation, the development in Europe and in Bulgaria. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, role games, multimedia, papers. PSYCHOLOGICAL DEFENSES AND NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATIONS ECTS credits:.0 Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Social-medical Sciences Faculty of Public health and Sports Lecturers: assoc. prof. V.Stancheva-Popkostadinova Students will be thought in types and methods of Psychological Defenses and Non-verbal Communications for applying this abilities in Social work with people with disabilities. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, documents, multimedia.

15 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IN URGENT SITUATION ECTS credits:.0 Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Social-medical Sciences Faculty of Public health and Sports Lecturers: L.Direkov Students will be thought in the main emergency situations and the participation and the reaction of the social institutions. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, documents, multimedia. LABOUR MARKET AND EMPLOYMENT ECTS credits:.0 Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Social-medical Sciences Faculty of Public health and Sports Lecturers: assoc.prof. M.Kicheva Students will be thought in the labour market and employment aspects, problems, tasks. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, documents, multimedia. LABOR AND SOCIAL REHABILITATION ECTS credits:.0 Semester: third Hours weekly: l+1s+0lab+0p Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Medical-social Sciences

16 Lecturers: prof. P.Parizov Students will be thought in theoretical base, principles, methods of labor and social Rehabilitation, the development in Europe and in Bulgaria. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, role games, multimedia, papers. RELIGIONS AND SECTS ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Philosophy Faculty of Philosophy Lecturers: chef assist. G.Velichkov Students will be thought in the main religions in the world and the formed sects in the world and particularly in Bulgaria; the connection between religion and social work. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, documents, multimedia. ORGANIZATION OF PREVENTIVE-HEALTH REHABILITATION ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth Hours weekly: l+1s+0lab+0p Department of Medical-social Sciences Lecturers: prof. P.Parizov Students will be thought in organization, types, methods of the mental and physical prophylaxis in Bulgaria and in other countries in Europe. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, role games, multimedia, papers.

17 HEALTH PROMOTION ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth Hours weekly: l+1s+0lab+0p Department of Medical-social Sciences Lecturers: assoc. prof. M.Mihov Students will be thought in types, methods and role of the mental and physical health promotion in Bulgaria and in other countries in Europe. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, role games, multimedia, papers. REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR AND DEMOGRAPHIC POLICY ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Social-medical Sciences Lecturers: assoc.prof. St.Chincheva The course includes topics as sexual interests, behavior, and function, the sexual education in schools, social institutions. Students to be explained the main clinical characteristics of sexual disorders and reasons for them and to be shown aspects of sexual education for people with sexual disorders and abuse and the role of family planning. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, role games, multimedia, papers. PUBLIC RELATIONS ECTS credits:.0 Semester: first

18 Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Public Relations Faculty of Mathematics Lecturers: assoc.prof. D.Stefanova Public relations (PR) is the practice of managing the flow of information between an individual or an organization and the public. The aim of public relations by a company often is to persuade the public, investors, partners, employees, and other stakeholders to maintain a certain point of view about it, its leadership, products, or of political decisions. Common activities include speaking at conferences, winning industry awards, working with the press, and employee communication. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, role games, multimedia, papers. INFORMATION ASPECTS IN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ECTS credits:.0 Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Informatics Faculty of Matemathics Lecturers: assoc. prof. E.Karasthranova Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), Internet. The aim is mastering the main computer programs and some aspects if Informatics in Social work. Students to get used to with clinic of communication disorders and make easy communication with clients with these types of disorders. Teaching methods are lectures, discussion, role games, multimedia, papers. SOCIAL ANTROPOLOGY ECTS credits:.0 Semester: forth

19 Statute of the discipline: elective Department of Philosophy and Political Sciences Faculty of Philosophy Lecturers: assoc.prof. V.Nikolova Social Anthropology is one of the four or five branches of anthropology that studies how contemporary human beings behave in social groups. Practitioners of social anthropology investigate, often through long-term, intensive field studies (including participant observation methods), the social organization of a particular person: customs, economic and political organization, law and conflict resolution, patterns of consumption and exchange, kinship and family structure, gender relations, childrearing and socialization, religion, and so on. Teaching methods are lectures, papers, documents, multimedia.

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