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Working for human dignity and social justice, becoming a better person as a social work professional

With the continuing trend towards as more knowledge-based society, there is an increasing demand for a productive welfare model and lifelong studies. Students in the Department of Social Welfare are trained accordingly to become professionals who can contribute to the growth of society. Students learn the necessary skills to handle various social problems and obtain the information needed to assist in fulfilling society's need for welfare programs. On the basis of a broad understanding of human behavior and society, our curriculum incorporates both theory and on-site practice to produce professional and creative members of society who can contribute to the enhancement of the quality of life and social welfare

Curriculum | Two-year Program

  1. (Liberal Arts) Understanding College Life(1)(2), Computer Training, Foreign Language Conversation l, (General) Human Behavior & the Social Environment, Family Welfare, (Social Welfare) Introduction to Social Welfare, Theory of Social Welfare Politics, Social Welfare Practice Theory, Social Welfare Research, Introduction to Social Welfare Administration, (Childcare) Introduction to Child Care Theory, Infant Development, Childcare Courses, Childhood Curriculum, Children Music, Childcare Practice, (Youth) Theory of Volunteer Work, Youth Culture, Counseling Physiology, Youth Problems and Protection, School Society Business Theory
  2. (Liberal Arts) Career Guidance & Professional Ethics(1)(2), First Aid, (General) Theory of Child Welfare, Theory of Mental Health, Social Welfare Legislation, Social Welfare Practice Skills, Community Social Welfare, Social Welfare On-site Training, Social Welfare and the Elderly, Social Welfare & Disabled, Program Development & Evaluation, (Childcare) Theory of Childcare Instruction, Child Literature, Childhood Arts, Childhood Math Education, Infants and Young Children Educational Methods, Childhood Safety Management, Childcare Practice, (Youth) Psychological Counseling and Clinical Job Skills, Youth Fostering Systems, Youth Counseling Methods, Youth Activities, Youth Psychology and Counseling, Youth Program Development and Evaluation

Department Strengths

  • Cultivation of professionals through future-oriented student activities
  • Human-oriented education prepares students to be creative and progressive social workers
  • On-site education to improve job skills
  • Active academy-industry cooperation system
  • Social worker, childcare instructor, sense of duty and social responsibility instilled through work as a youth guidance counsellor
  • Personalized training and guidance based on individual strengths and increasing diversity
  • Wide range of volunteer work in local communities through major subject student clubs

Careers and Continuing Education

  • Licenses
    Level 2 social worker, level 2 childcare instructor, Youth Counselor Level 3 (Students receive 3 certifications just by completing courses for academic credit), cpr provider
  • Career Opportunities
    Social welfare institutions for children and youth, social welfare institutions for the elderly and disabled, daycare center staff or owner, social welfare institutions for women and families, centers for mental health, Welfare facilities for the homeless, social welfare institutions, Social welfare organizations for local communities, hospital social services or counseling, rehabilitation centers, medical social welfare projects, school social welfare programs, educational social investment projects