MUST University's School of Social Services offers degree, diploma and certificate programs in the major Human Services, providing students with in-depth knowledge of theories and applicable skills needed to excel in their careers.
The School of Social Services focuses on how people think and act as individuals and in society. Just as scientists seek to uncover facts about the natural and physical worlds, social scientists seek to uncover facts about the social world. They will engage in the multidisciplinary study of the mind, experience an understanding of the environment in which business and other organizations exist and, finally, learn to analyze and evaluate public policy and gain an understanding of the policy-making process. Additionally all of our social services programs are accredited by International Accreditation Organization (IAO), which insures that MUST graduates will be able to get rewarding and exciting jobs all over the world.
The School is ideal for professionals and qualified students who are seeking an excellent education in various human services fields and commensurate opportunities for career advancement. A MUST online social services degree offers students a flexible schedule who may already be working, or need to complete their studies from a distant location.
Below are the fee structure and time required to complete the programs at MUST School of Social Services :
The faculty at MUST University's School of Social Services have extremely diverse research interests that span many fields, but one thing they all have in common is excellence in achievement. All the faculty members have been the recipients of prestigious research awards from agencies having global recognition. The faculty strongly believes in encouraging the next generation of researchers, and they frequently hire undergraduate and graduate student researchers to assist them with their projects. Many of the MUST University faculty has been asked to serve as mentors or advisors on pre-doctoral or post-doctoral funding applications, and they encourage their students to learn the process of submitting grant applications to prepare them for future careers in academia.
Social Service graduates will usually be employed at jobs attempting to relieve and prevent hardship and suffering. Such jobs will mean a responsibility to help individuals, families, groups and communities through the provision and operation of appropriate services and by contributing to social planning. Their work may include, but is not limited to, interpersonal practice, group work, community work, social development, social action, policy development, research, social work education and supervisory and managerial functions in these fields. The field of practice for professional social worker is expanding day by day. Being a part of the social services field, you will be able to earn the following average salary: