MA in Social Work: Crisis and Trauma Studies
MA in Social Work with Specialization in Crisis and Trauma Studies
The Bob Shapell School of Social Work at Tel-Aviv University is offering a new M.A. program on coping with stress, crisis and trauma for international students.
Israel is a living laboratory for research and practice in stress, crisis, and trauma. Over the years, Israeli scholars and practitioners have developed considerable knowledge and models of intervention in these areas. Our academic staff has been at the forefront of these developments. We invite you to learn from our world renowned experts.
The program encompasses both public disasters and personal life crises: terror and war and natural disasters in the public realm, along with such stressors as immigration, domestic violence, divorce, and illness and bereavement in the personal realm.
The program is:
- Taught in English
- Open to candidates from all countries holding a Bachelor's degree in Social Work or a related field
- Three semesters long, from October 2014 to August 2015
- Can be extended for a year to do a research thesis
- Qualified MASA funding program
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in Social Work or a related field.
- Grade point average of 80 (B) or over, or the equivalent for candidates from schools or countries with a different grading system.
- Prerequisites for conducting a research Master's thesis are basic undergraduate courses in statistics and research methods.
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Last updated January 17, 2017