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Courses – 2018/19

Students are requested to read the information provided here regarding admissions 2018, before applying. 

Once decision has been taken, students can apply here in order to select their preferred course. 

Kindly find below the list of courses to be offered during 2018/9. However, kindly note that other courses will be uploaded later on.

 

Common Degree





Department of Counselling


Master in Counselling (Part-Time Evening)

Post Graduare Certificate in Alderian Counselling (Feb 2019)

Department of Criminology



Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminology (Part-Time evening) MALTA

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminology (Part-Time evening) GOZO

Master of Arts in Criminology (Part-Time by Research)



Department of Disability Studies


MA in Disability Studies (Part-Time Evening)

 

Department of Family Studies




Department of Gender Studies


Master of Gender Studies (Full-time by Research)

Master of Gender Studies (Part-time evening by Research)



Department of Gerontology





Department of Psychology



Higher Diploma in Psychology (Full-Time Malta)

Higher Diploma in Psychology (Part-Time Gozo)

Master of Science in Psychology (Feb 2019) 


Department of Social Policy & Social Work


Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Social Policy (Full-Time Day) 

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Social Policy (Part-Time Day)

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Social Work (Part-Time Day)

Master of Arts in Social Work (Preparatory Programme)

    

Department of Youth and Community Studies







 The Faculty invites students to submit a PhD proposal in the following research areas:

-Community Development

-Counselling

-Criminology

-Disability Studies

-Family Studies

-Gender Studies

-Gerontology and Geriatrics

-Migration Studies 

-Psychology

-Queer Studies 

-Social Policy

-Social Work

-Social Wellbeing Studies 

-Youth Studies

 

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Last Updated: 30 November 2018

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