Social Care & Social Justice - Sligo
Through this course, students are required to reflectively interrogate their own identities and positioning, developing practical skills for advocacy, lobbying and activism allowing them to lead and initiate change within a given area.
Who should apply?
This programme provides graduates with expert knowledge in the social care and social justice fields and therefore is suitable for those looking to progress up their personal career ladders in areas such as policy, research, management and leadership within a variety of organisations such as homeless services, disability services, community activism, prison services and many more.
Introduction to Social Justice Theory
Care Work and Social Justice
Human Rights, Social Policy and Law
Social Locations: An intersectional approach
Management and Leadership in Social Care
Research Design and Development
Applicants require a 2.2 Honours Degree in Social Care or a cognate discipline. It is also desirable for applicants to have two years of professional practice experience in a relevant field.
Access: An entry selection process will include these entry, and submission of a sample of written work.
1.5 years part-time, online.
Each module involves 18 hours of online classes and 18 hours of online workshops. It is recommended that students should try to allow for 5-6 hours per week per 5 credit module to their studies, and 8 plus hours for each 10 credit module.
Optional attendance of residential workshop is normally available once per semester.
Postgraduate Diploma (Level 9 NFQ)