What is it?
Students of the degree program Social Work: Health, Social Law and Social Management specializing in Social Management (B.A.) study classical as well as modern management approaches in social work. They acquire the necessary comprehensive and integrated knowledge and understanding to be able to support the management of both private (non-profit and private commercial) and public institutions in the fields of social work, taking into account professional, political, socio-economic, organizational, human resources, business management and administrative perspectives.
What can I do with it?
For graduates, there is a wide range of career opportunities spanning many areas of social work. These include positions in human resources departments, finance departments or quality management in various institutions engaged in social work.