Degree Programmes conducted in Swedish 2014–

Degree Programme in Social Services, Turku (210 cr)

Degree: Bachelor of Social Services
Qualification title: Bachelor of Social Services
Duration of studies: 3,5 years
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Gru

Core studies

36 cr
SOÅLK123   15 cr
YH10IN01

Introduction to academic studies



The student
- is familiar with his/her university, field and individual learning style
- reflects on his/her studies and future plans and is aware of the significance of personal development in relation to life-long learning and the profession
- can generate new knowledge and create personal learning environments
- is familiar with the research process
- can retrieve and critically view information
- can plan, implement and evaluate processes
- can use tools applicable in project planning and project management
- can work in groups and teams with individuals regardless of their background
1
6    6 cr
YH10SV01

Swedish language



The student
- can communicate coherently and in a professional manner both orally and in writing, in a work context
- demonstrates appropriate knowledge of the process of academic writing and a correct use of references
- can use different channels to retrieve information and compile reports according to the standard form and layout
1
3    3 cr
YH10FI01

Finnish



The student
- shows the ability to communicate in a natural and professional manner in a work context in speaking as well as writing
- demonstrates proficiency in the terminology of the professional field and is able to benefit from research and literature in the area
- shows such skills in the Finnish language which are in accordance with the Act on the Knowledge of Languages Required of Personnel in Public Bodies (424/2003). This means that the student must show satisfactory (grade 1, 2 or 3) or good (grade 4 or 5) skills to speak and write Finnish. The skills to speak and write are evaluated separately.
1
3    3 cr
YH10EN01

English



The student
- shows the ability to communicate in a professional manner in a work context in speaking as well as writing
- is familiar with essential terminology connected with his/her field and is able to benefit from professional literature
- develops a positive attitude to broadening his/her language skills, including the use of relevant tools as well as awareness of cultural differences in international relations
- is aware of cultural differences in international contexts
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SP21    21 cr
UOSHÅ10MY01

The interprofessional occupational field



The student
- possesses basic knowledge of the professional field and its fundamental concepts
- is acquainted with interprofessional cooperation within the field
- is familiar with the history and development of the field of occupation
- recognizes the significance of professional ethics and is familiar with the principles of a professional attitude
1
3    3 cr
SOÅ10SP01

Introduction to sociology



The student
- knows the fundamental concepts of sociology
- is acquainted with the fundamental sociological theories
1
3    3 cr
UOSHÅ10SL01

Service and law within social and health care



The student
- knows the central laws that govern social and health care
- is aware of his/her professional responsibility and can give guidance in matters dealing with the client’s or patient’s position and rights
- knows the principles of the structure, system and organization of social and health care
1
3    3 cr
SOÅ10SP02

Introduction to social policy and social services



The student
- possesses knowledge of the structure and development of the society from a socio-political perspective
- knows how social services are implemented in everyday life
1
6    6 cr
SOÅ10SP03

Introduction to social education



The student
- possesses knowledge of the theories of social education and socio-pedagogical work
1
3    3 cr
SOÅ10SP04

Professional interaction



The student
- knows the dimensions of professional interaction and client process
- develops an ethically sustainable attitude in relation to individual and society
1
3    3 cr
Yrk

Professional studies

114 cr
SOÅ10RE 24   24 cr
SOÅ10RE06

A child’s and young person’s development



The student
- possesses knowledge of children’s and young people’s growth and development
- has a resilience-promoting approach to children’s and young people's development
1
3    3 cr
SOÅ10RE08

Early childhood education



The student
- knows how to implement regulations related to early childhood education
- has a command of the central methods used in early childhood education
- Knows how to plan, implement and assess socio-pedagogical activities aimed at children
- is able to identify children’s and families’ resources and needs for support and is familiar with case management directed to children and families
1
3    3 cr
SOÅ10RE10

Socio-pedagogical work among young people



The student
- is familiar with young people's conditions of life
- knows how to implement regulations for socio-pedagogical work among young people
- knows how to plan, implement and assess socio-pedagogical activities aimed at young people
- is able to identify young people’s resources and needs for support
1
3    3 cr
SOÅ10RE11

Creative and cultural activities among children and young people



The student
- can work in a creative and cultural manner among children and young people
- has skills with respect to music, creative activities, play and motion
- knows how to take aspects related to sustainability into account when engaged in creative and cultural activities
1
3    3 cr
UOSHV10HU01

Sustainable development



The students
- know that SD includes ecological, economic, technical, social and cultural aspects, which are all interdependent
- understand that the opportunities for future survival and a good life are dependent on a sustainable utilization of nature, people and the environment
- know how to consider the ecological, social and cultural aspects of sustainable development, as well as aspects of availability in all their activities and to operate in their own working environment in a sustainable manner
- are able to take responsibility for contributing to a globally sustainable development in society
3    3 cr
SOÅ10RE12

Internship: Resource-promoting socio-pedagogical work among children, young people and families



The student
- knows how to act in a professional manner when meeting children, young people and families
- knows how to plan, implement and assess socio-pedagogical activities among children, young people and families
- is able to identify sustainable development in different operational environments
1
9    9 cr
SOÅ10SH 23   23 cr
SOÅ14SH01

Senior and elderly life



The student
- is familiar with what it is like to be a senior and elderly and knows the different dimensions of ageing
- has skills with regard to social case management and service coordination for seniors and elderly people
- has skills with regard to guidance and case management within services for seniors and elderly people
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH03

Resource promoting elderly care



The student
- develops an approach which takes into account the elderly person’s individuality and participation
- knows how to plan, implement and assess resource promoting socio-cultural and activating methods to be applied in elderly care
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH04

Applications of social education



The student
- is familiar with the operational principles of social education
- knows how to apply functional methods in a group when working with different groups of clients
- is able to promote his/her clients’ involvement and participation
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH05

Socio-pedagogical work among persons with functional disabilities



The student
- has basic knowledge of different functional disabilities
- is able to understand and analyse the needs, conditions of life and the challenges of daily life of children, young persons and adults with functional disabilities
- knows how to work with and manage client processes
- shows ethical competence when meeting persons with functional disabilities
1
 6   6 cr
SOÅ10SH06

Alternative and complementary communication



The student
- is familiar with different communication aids
- knows how to guide individuals to find services within alternative and complementary communication
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH08

The basics of nursing and care and medical treatment



The student
- knows the basics of nursing and care
- is able to take safety aspects into account in his/her work thus preventing accidents
- knows how to work in an ergonomic manner
- knows the basics of medical treatment and pharmacology
1
 5   5 cr
SOÅ10RS 366  42 cr
SOÅ10RS01

Cultural diversity and multi-cultural work



The student
- has knowledge and understanding of human social diversity and equality
- has knowledge of immigrants and the process of immigration
- is able to be engaged in multi-cultural client work
1
 5   5 cr
SOÅ10RS04

Perspectives to social problems and social work



The student
- has knowledge of social problems and social work
- is able to identify and chart social problems and exposure in client work
- is familiar with the requirements of his/her own professional role and possibilities in social work
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10RS05

Substance abuse care and mental health



The student
- has knowledge of problems related to substance abuse and psychological illnesses
- knows how to instruct in the case management and service cooperation systems used in substance abuse and mental health services
- is able to identify and make assessments of the situation together with clients who need substance abuse and mental health services and knows how to apply methods for early intervention
- knows how to plan and work according to resource promoting methods in cooperation with clients and their next-of-kin and with other occupational groups within substance abuse and mental health services
1
 6   6 cr
SOÅ14RS01

Crisis work



The student
- has knowledge of traumatic crises and their effect on the individual and the environment
- knows how to support clients who are going through a traumatic crisis
- is familiar with the emergency planning in the social field
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10RS07

Child and youth welfare and family work



The student
- is able to identify risks in children’s and families’ everyday life and environment
- knows how to work in a resource promoting manner within the various services of child welfare
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10RS08

Correctional treatment



The student
- has knowledge of criminal behaviour
- has knowledge of the support forms offered by the Criminal Sanctions Agency and the third sector to persons with criminal behaviour
- is familiar with the rehabilitating services of the correctional treatment
- demonstrates an ethical approach towards the clients in the criminal treatment services and their next-of-kin
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10RS09

Employment promoting services



The student
- has knowledge of unemployment and the social risks connected to unemployment
- knows how to instruct clients within employment promoting activities
- is familiar with the basics of working life guidance and counselling and the handling of benefits
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10RS10

Internship: Socio-pedagogical case management and social work



The student
- deepens his/her knowledge of clients who need social case management, rehabilitation or psychosocial support
- knows how to make risk and resource assessments and plans together with clients
- is able to use resource promoting methods with clients and other occupational groups
- develops a professional attitude
1
 16   16 cr
SOÅ10UL   25 25 cr
SOÅ10UL01

Leadership within the social field



The student
- has knowledge of leadership and skills to lead a workplace community
- can use and apply central legislation and collective agreements within the social field
- has skills in financial and human resources administration
- can carry out safety planning for colleagues and clients from a safety and well-being perspective
1
   3 3 cr
UOSHÅ10ML01

Leadership in interprofessional social and health care



The student
- is able to expertly advocate issues related to the care and service chain as a representative of his/her profession in an interprofessional team
- is able to develop a client/patient-centered working culture
- is able to distinguish needs for change in the care and service chain
1
   3 3 cr
SOÅ10UL02

Work-based studies in superiorship and leadership



The student
- can identify the purpose, goal and visions as well as development needs and strategies of the operations
- is able to apply the labour and collective agreements and occupational safety and health legislation within the professional field
- is aware what superiorship, human resources administration and safety planning mean
- knows how to use IT and documentation programmes applied in the social field
- is able to work in interprofessional cooperation
- can define development needs in his/her leadership
2
   10 10 cr
SOÅ10UL03

Professional ethics



The student
- deepens his/her knowledge of the ethical values of the professional field as well as formulates his/her own personal approach to professional ethics
- incorporates the ethical practice of the social field
1
   3 3 cr
SOÅ10UL04

Current research and development within the social field



The student
- is aware of the current theoretical research within the social field
- deepens his/her knowledge of the local, regional, national and international research and development projects within the social field
1
   3 3 cr
SOÅ10UL05

Social media



The student
- knows how to use social media to affect public opinion and social influence
- is able to use social media as a resource promoting method in the socio-pedagogical work
1
   3 3 cr

Valfria yrkesstudier

30 cr
SOÅ10RF  30  30 cr
UOÅ10FM01

Research methodology



The student
- is able to apply the research process in a systematic and flexible manner in the process of creating his/her Bachelor’s Thesis, and in projects
- follows the ethical principles of research in R&D processes
- understands and is able to use qualitative and quantitative methods
- can scrutinize and analyze scientific texts and sees the connection between research and practical development work
- can employ evidence-based knowledge
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10RE01

Work supervision



The student
- is motivated to develop himself/herself in his/her work and to improve his/her professional skills
- is able to utilise work counselling as a part of his/her professional development
- develops his/her skills to supervise and counsel occupationally-engaged personnel and students both individually and in group
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10RE02

Early childhood education II



The student
- has advanced knowledge of socio-pedagogical work among children and he/she is able to support children’s and families’ participation
- knows how to cooperate with children’s day-care services, preschool and school
- demonstrates a reflective and development-oriented method of working when working with children’s day-care services
- has skills in documentation
1
  4  4 cr
SOÅ10RE03

Children and families with special needs



The student
- is able to identify children’s needs for special support in everyday life and knows how to apply a socio-pedagogical method when working among children and families with special needs
- knows how to apply a multi-cultural approach within early childhood education
- demonstrates skills to work in interprofessional networks and to plan, implement and assess supporting measures in cooperation with the child and the family
2
  4  4 cr
SOÅ10RE04

Resource promoting socio-pedagogical work among children, young people and families



The student
- knows how to use resource promoting methods in socio-pedagogical work among children and families
- is able to develop and apply creative and innovative methods in order to strengthen children’s resilience
1
  6  6 cr
SOÅ10RE05

Internship: Resource promoting socio-pedagogical work among children and families 10



The student
- is able to work as a part of an interprofessional network
- knows how to use situation-adapted methods in resource-promoting socio-pedagogical work among children and families
- is able to develop and use methods to strengthen children’s resilience
- knows how to work in a child- and family-centred manner among children and families with special needs
- demonstrates a reflective and development-oriented method of working
1
  10  10 cr
SOÅ10SS  30  30 cr
UOÅ10FM01

Research methodology



The student
- is able to apply the research process in a systematic and flexible manner in the process of creating his/her Bachelor’s Thesis, and in projects
- follows the ethical principles of research in R&D processes
- understands and is able to use qualitative and quantitative methods
- can scrutinize and analyze scientific texts and sees the connection between research and practical development work
- can employ evidence-based knowledge
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10SS01

Society-oriented socio-pedagogical work in multi-cultural environments



The student
- is capable of scrutinizing critically social categories and identifying structures which create inequality
- knows how to identify different resident groups’ needs for services
- possesses knowledge of society-oriented socio-pedagogical work
- possesses a cultural frame of understanding for the analysis of social problems and outsidership and has skills to plan and implement preventive measures and social interventions for different residents in the local community
- knows how to use resource promoting measures in order to activate the residents of a local community
1
  8  8 cr
SOÅ10SS02

Socio-pedagogical gerontology with seniors and elderly



The student
- has knowledge of the third and fourth age in an individual’s life cycle in multi-cultural environments
- has knowledge of social education for the third age and can employ elderly people’s resources in society-oriented work and can work for citizen influence
- has skills to support elderly people with special needs in cooperation with the next-of-kin and the professionals within elderly care
- knows how to implement guidance within services intended for seniors and elderly people
- has skills in development-oriented and resource promoting methods when working with seniors and in elderly care
- has knowledge of quality work within socio-pedagogical gerontology
1
  6  6 cr
SOÅ10SS03

Work supervision



The student
- is motivated to develop in his/her work and to improve his/her professional skills
- is able to utilise work counselling as a part of his/her professional development
- develops his/her skills to counsel and guide occupationally-engaged personnel and students both individually and in a group
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10SS04

Internship: Society-oriented socio-pedagogical work



The student
- can be active as a welfare actor and perform duties within the public, private or non-profit operational sector in an independent and goal-oriented manner
- is able to work as a part of an interprofessional network
- knows how to develop and use methods to strengthen individuals’ ability to function
- demonstrates a reflective and development-oriented method of working
1
  10  10 cr

Professional studies

119 cr
SOÅ10RE24    24 cr
SOÅ10RE06

A child’s and young person’s development



The student
- possesses knowledge of children’s and young people’s growth and development
- has a resilience-strengthening approach to children’s and young people's development
3    3 cr
SOÅ10RE07

Church work among children and families



The student
- knows how to implement the regulations for the Church’s work among children and families
- is familiar with the central methods used in the Church’s work among children and families
- knows how to plan, implement and assess socio-pedagogical activities for children
- is able to identify children’s and families’ resources and needs for support and is familiar with case management and service coordination directed to children and families
1
3    3 cr
SOÅ10RE09

Church’s youth work



The student
- is familiar with young people's conditions of life
- knows how to implement the regulations for socio-pedagogical youth work and confirmation work
- knows how to plan, implement and assess socio-pedagogical activities aimed at young people
- is able to identify young people’s resources and needs for support
1
3    3 cr
SOÅ10RE11

Creative and cultural activities among children and young people



The student
- can work in a creative and cultural manner among children and young people
- has skills with respect to music, creative activities, play and motion
- knows how to take aspects related to sustainability into account when engaged in creative and cultural activities
3    3 cr
UOÅ10HU01

Sustainable development



The student
- knows that sustainable development consists of ecological, economic, technological, social and cultural aspects, which all are intertwined
- understands that the future possibilities of survival depend on a sustainable use of nature, people and the environment
- is able to observe the ecological, social and cultural aspects of sustainability as well as of accessibility in all activities and advocates sustainability in the work setting
- knows how to take responsibility in order to contribute towards globally sustainable social development.
3    3 cr
SOÅ10RE12

Internship: Resource promoting socio-pedagogical work among children, young people and



The student
- knows how to act in a professional manner when meeting children, young people and families
- knows how to plan, implement and assess socio-pedagogical activities among children, young people and families
- is able to identify sustainable development in different operational environments
9    9 cr
SOÅ10SH 23   23 cr
SOÅ10SH01

Senior and elderly life



The student
- is familiar with what it is like to be a senior and elderly and knows the different dimensions of ageing
- has skills with regard to social forms of service aimed at seniors and the elderly
- has skills with regard to guidance within services for seniors and elderly people
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH02

Diaconia and elderly work



The student
- has skills in diaconia and the Church’s diaconal mission
- is able to plan, implement and assess diaconal forms of activity among the elderly
- knows how to apply socio-cultural and activating methods aimed at the elderly in the congregation
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH04

Applications of social education



The student
- is familiar with the operational principles of social education
- knows how to apply functional methods in a group when working with different groups of clients
- is able to promote his/her clients’ participation
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH05

Socio-pedagogical work among persons with functional disabilities



The student
- has basic knowledge of different functional disabilities
- is able to understand and analyse the needs, conditions of life and the challenges of daily life of children, young persons and adults with functional disabilities
- knows how to work with and manage client processes
- shows ethical competence when meeting persons with functional disabilities
1
 6   6 cr
SOÅ10SH07

A church for all



The student
- is able to work for accessibility and approachability in the Church
- knows different alternative and complementary forms of communication
2
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH09

The history of theology and ecumenicalism



The student
- has a general view of the most important content of the Christian doctrine from a historical, systematical and ecumenical perspective
- is able to explain and discuss the formation of Christian dogma in different times – from the early Christian church to the Lutheran orthodoxy – especially the basic features of the Lutheran theology
- is able to perceive what unites and separates the Christian churches in their interpretations of the Christian dogma as well as understand and reflect on what is unique in the Christian attitude towards life
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10SH10

Interpretations of dogmatics



The student
- is able to reflect on and discuss current ideas within the Christian doctrine central for the professional field
 2   2 cr
SOÅ10RA 416  47 cr
SOÅ10RS02

Missionary work and international diaconia



The student
- has knowledge of and knows how to coordinate and work for the missionary work of the congregation and international diaconia
- can work with missionary education in congregations
- is able to be engaged in multi-cultural client work
1
 5   5 cr
SOÅ10RS03

Old Testament exegetics



The student
- is familiar with the central contents of the Old Testament, exegetic methods, the basic features in the history of Israel and the most important exegetic facts about the Old Testament
Perspectives to social problems and social work 3 cr
 5   5 cr
SOÅ10RS04

Perspectives to social problems and social work



The student
- has knowledge of social problems and social work
- is able to identify and chart social problems and exposure in client work
- is familiar with the requirements of his/her own professional role and possibilities in social work
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10RS05

Substance abuse care and mental health services



The student
- has knowledge of problems related to substance abuse and psychological illnesses
- knows how to instruct in the case management and service cooperation systems employed in substance abuse care and mental health services
- is able to identify and make assessments of the situation together with clients who need substance abuse and mental health services and knows how to apply methods for early intervention
- knows how to plan and work according to resource promoting methods in cooperation with clients and their next-of-kin and with other occupational groups within substance abuse and mental health services
1
 6   6 cr
SOÅ10RS06

Crisis work



The student
- has knowledge of traumatic crises and their effect on the individual and the environment
- knows how to support clients who are going through a traumatic crisis
- is familiar with the emergency planning in the social field
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10RS07

Child and youth welfare and family work



The student
- is able to identify risks in children’s and families’ everyday life and environment
- knows how to work in a resource-promoting manner within the various services of child welfare
1
 3   3 cr
SOÅ10RS08

Correctional treatment



The student
- has knowledge of criminal behaviour
- has knowledge of the support forms offered by the Criminal Sanctions Agency and the third sector to persons with criminal behaviour
- is familiar with the rehabilitating services of the correctional treatment
- demonstrates an ethical approach towards the clients in the criminal treatment services and their next-of-kin
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10RS09

Employment promoting services



The student
- has knowledge of unemployment and the social risks connected to unemployment
- knows how to instruct clients within employment promoting activities
- is familiar with the basics of working life guidance and counselling and the handling of benefits
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10RS10

Internship: Socio-pedagogical case management and social work



The student
- deepens his/her knowledge of clients who need social case management, rehabilitation or psychological support
- knows how to make risk and resource assessments and plans together with clients
- is able to use resource promoting methods with clients and other occupational groups
- develops a professional attitude
1
 16   16 cr
SOÅ10UL   25 25 cr
SOÅ10UL01

Leadership within the social field



The student
- has knowledge of leadership and skills to lead a workplace community
- can use and apply central legislation and collective agreements in the social field
- has skills in financial and human resources administration
- can carry out safety planning for colleagues and clients from a safety and well-being perspective
1
   3 3 cr
UOSHÅ10ML01

Leadership in interprofessional social and health care



The student
- is able to expertly advocate issues related to the care and service chain as a representative of his/her profession in an interprofessional team
- can promote and develop a client-centered working culture
- is able to distinguish needs for change in the care and service chain
2
   3 3 cr
SOÅ10UL06

Work-based leadership studies in the specialisation alternative Church work 10



The student
- is able to identify the purpose and development needs of the operations and formulate goals and visions as well as apply strategies
- is able to apply the labour and collective agreements and occupational safety and health legislation within the professional field
- is aware what superiorship, human resources administration and safety planning mean
- is able to function in interprofessional cooperation
- knows how to act as an expert and as a representative for the Church within his/her own field
- is able to coordinate missionary activities in congregations
- can define development needs in his/her leadership
2
   10 10 cr
SOÅ10UL03

Professional ethics



The student
- deepens his/her knowledge of the ethical values of the professional field as well as formulates his/her own personal approach to professional ethics
- internalises the ethical practice of the social field
2
   3 3 cr
SOÅ10UL04

Current research and development within the social field



The student
- is aware of the current theoretical research within the social field
- deepens his/her knowledge of the local, regional, national and international research and development projects within the social field
1
   3 3 cr
SOÅ10UL05

Social media



The student
- knows how to use social media to affect public opinion and social influence
- is able to use social media as a resource promoting method in the socio-pedagogical work
1
   3 3 cr

Valfria Yrkesstudier

35 cr
SOÅ10KF  35  35 cr
UOÅ10FM01

Research methodology



The student
- is able to apply the research process in a systematic and flexible manner in the process of creating his/her Bachelor’s Thesis, and in projects
- follows the ethical principles of research in R&D processes
- understands and is able to use qualitative and quantitative methods
- can scrutinize and analyze scientific texts and sees the connection between research and practical development work
- can employ evidence-based knowledge
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10KF01

Work supervision



The student
- is motivated to develop in his/her work and to improve his/her professional skills
- is able to utilise work counselling as a part of his/her professional development
- develops his/her skills to counsel and guide occupationally-engaged personnel and students both individually and in a group
2
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10KF02

Church work among children and families II



The student
- has advanced knowledge of education as a part of the Church’s mission
- knows how to use resource promoting methods within church work among children and families
- is able to assess and document his/her work
- is able to identify children’s needs for special support in everyday life and knows how to apply a socio-pedagogical method of working when working among children and families with special needs
- knows how to work in interaction with other actors active within education and care
  4  4 cr
SOÅ10KF03

Church’s youth work II



The student
- possesses advanced knowledge of the Church’s youth work and develops his/her professional identity
- is able to identify young people’s needs for special support in everyday life
- knows how to carry out spiritual work and how to use resource promoting methods in the Church’s youth and special youth work
- is able to plan, implement and assess confirmation work and confirmation camp group leader education
  5  5 cr
SOÅ10KF04

New Testament exegetics



The student
- possesses basic knowledge of the contents of the New Testament, how it has come into existence and how it has been studied in scientific research
- has skills to put texts from the New Testament in relation to scientific discoveries and theories
  5  5 cr
SOÅ10KF05

Profession-related practical theology



The student
- has skills in pastoral care
- knows how to use homilectics and liturgics from the perspective of a deacon or the Church's youth work leader
- is able to use the hymn-book and the Bible as instruments and protect his/her own spirituality
1
  5  5 cr
SOÅ10KF06

Internship: Congregation practice



The student
- deepens his/her knowledge of the goals and methods of working of the congregation
- is able to use and develop independently and in a development-oriented manner resource-promoting methods within the child and youth work of the congregation
- develops his/her professional identity and is able to work as a part of an interprofessional network
1
  10  10 cr
SOÅ10DA  35  35 cr
UOÅ10FM01¨

Research methodology



The student
- is able to apply the research process in a systematic and flexible manner in the process of creating his/her Bachelor’s Thesis, and in projects
- follows the ethical principles of research in R&D processes
- understands and is able to use qualitative and quantitative methods
- can scrutinize and analyze scientific texts and sees the connection between research and practical development work
- can employ evidence-based knowledge
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10DA01

Work supervision



The student
- is motivated to develop himself/herself in his/her work and to improve his/her professional skills
- is able to utilise work counselling as a part of his/her professional development
- develops his/her skills to counsel and guide gainfully employed personnel and students both individually and in a group
1
  3  3 cr
SOÅ10DA02

Church’s community work



The student
- possesses knowledge of society-oriented socio-pedagogical work and of the Church’s work in the community
- knows how to identify different resident groups’ needs for service and to define the Church’s responsibilities
- is able to carry out preventive measures and social interventions in order to reduce social exclusion and outsidership
- is capable of scrutinizing critically social categories and of problemising the relationship between an individual, the Church and the structure of the society
1
  4  4 cr
SOÅ10DA03

Congregation diaconia



The student
- possesses advanced knowledge of diaconia and is able to reflect on diaconal problem formulations and develops his/her professional identity and ethics
- knows how to use diaconal and resource promoting methods when working with exposed individuals
- has skills to work in an multiprofessional manner and engage volunteers
- is able to document, assess and develop his/her work
1
  5  5 cr
SOÅ10DA04

New Testament exegetics



The student
- possesses basic knowledge of the contents of the New Testament, how it has come into existence and how it has been studied in scientific research
- has skills to put texts from the New Testament in relation to scientific discoveries and theories
  5  5 cr
SOÅ10DA05

Profession-related practical theology



The student
- has skills in pastoral care
- knows how to use homilectics and liturgics from the perspective of a deacon or the Church's youth work leader
- is able to use the hymn-book and the Bible as instruments and protect his/her own spirituality
1
  5  5 cr
SOÅ10DA06

Internship: Congregation practice



The student
- deepens his/her knowledge of the goals and methods of working of the congregation
- is able to use and develop independently and in a development-oriented manner resource promoting methods within the diaconia or youth work of the congregation
- develops his/her professional identity and is able to work as a part of an interprofessional network
1
  10  10 cr
Lär

Degree thesis

15 sp cr
  15  15 cr
Val

Elective studies

15/5 sp cr
Pra

Work placement

45 cr


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