The acquired scientific knowledge and methodological competencies as well as the accompanying practical components qualify for independent professional action in the fields of social work. The course reflects social conditions and addresses the possibility of change on a social, institutional and structural level. It conveys the necessary professional competencies in order to be able to describe and analyze everyday life contexts and to develop options for action, among other things.


  • The students put together their individual timetable and course of study from the courses offered according to their interests in the given modules.
  • In the first four semesters, courses in the basic modules are taken. These convey a knowledge of social relationships and social work intervention patterns.
  • The profiles (5th to 6th semester) enable an in-depth analysis of social contexts as well as specializations related to specific areas of activity.
  • Through practical phases, which are prepared and accompanied in seminars and the three-semester practical project, the course is closely interlinked with professional practice.
  • In the bachelor thesis, the students deal with a topic they have chosen from a social science perspective.
  • In order to gain state recognition, there is a year of practical work after graduation.

Teaching takes place in modules that are multidisciplinary and organized according to topics, occupations or problems. They interlink theory and practice and combine content from various disciplines such as cultural studies, social sciences, law, pedagogy, social work sciences, social medicine, psychology and social management.

Basics (1st - 4th semester)

  • Social work science basics
  • Social science basics
  • Human sciences and medical basics of social work
  • Cultural science basics of social work
  • Legal and business basics of social work
  • Specialization in social work

Profiles (5th and 6th semester)
to choose from:

  • Heterogeneity and social inequality
  • Culture, education and upbringing
  • Prevention, intervention and rehabilitation

Practical phase 1 (1st and 2nd semester):
P 1 internship: 30 working days over two semesters

Practical phase 2 (3rd - 5th semester):
P2 practical project : 60 working days over three semesters

Completion (6th semester)
Bachelor thesis and colloquium

In order to gain state recognition, there is a year of practical work after graduation.


From the fourth semester onwards, additional specific skills can be
acquired in the following qualification areas:

  • Culture and media
  • Empirical Social Research

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