Part time Master's Degree in Community Service

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

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Master in Social Work

Miriam College
Campus 2 years November 2018 Philippines Manila

The Master in Social Work (MSW) is a research and policy-oriented graduate program intended for social workers and social development practitioners. [+]

Master in Social Work

The Master in Social Work (MSW) is a research and policy-oriented graduate program intended for social workers and social development practitioners.

Capitalizing on Miriam College’s strong base of international programs and active advocacies on peace, gender and the environment, the MSW program adopts inter-disciplinary, international and critical perspectives that examine how global issues impact on local communities, people and individuals and how diverse and multiple stakeholders at various levels can work together to achieve social justice and national development goals.

Our MSW curriculum is ladderized allowing students the option to enroll first in an 18-unit Graduate Diploma Course in Social Work for 1 year (2 semesters) before continuing to MSW. Classes are offered on a modular basis, taken every Saturday from 8 am - 6 pm... [-]


Master's Degree In Communication, Development And Social Change

Uniminuto
Campus 2 years January 2019 Colombia Bogotá

The Master in Communication, Development and Social Change is a four-semester academic program whose purpose is to train researchers and professionals with the ability to perform in multiple academic, political, business and community scenarios, who undertake communication plans and programs aimed at integral development , human and social. [+]

Degree awarded: Master in Communication, Development and Social ChangeTraining level: MasterMethodology: On-siteDuration of the program: 2 YEARSCredits: 52Price for the venue: $ 5,904Presentation of the program

SNIES 103005 / Qualified registry 121 from 03/01/2014 to 03/01/2021

The Master in Communication, Development and Social Change is a four-semester academic program whose purpose is to train researchers and professionals with the ability to perform in multiple academic, political, business and community scenarios, who undertake communication plans and programs aimed at integral development , human and social.

The Master's program generates critical and proactive training on the role of communication in the constitution of active citizens, human and social development, solidarity, cooperation and coexistence. Likewise, it forms communication managers with the capacity to design, execute and evaluate development projects that articulate communication as a central or transversal axis with an innovative and creative vision.... [-]


Master in Community Organizing and Social Activism (COSA)

IPSL Institute for Global Learning
Campus 13 months August 2018 USA Portland Peru Cusco Colombia Medellín Cartagena Vietnam Hanoi Tanzania Arusha + 8 more

Through IPSL’s independently designed and curated reflections seminars, “Community Organizing and Social Activism (COSA), “ students receive a foundation of the history and key practices of community building and civic engagement, from domestic and international volunteerism, community organizing, grassroots social movements, and activism. [+]

The Master of Arts in Community Organizing and Social Activism (COSA) has built-in study abroad terms and is designed to meet the international demand for ethical leaders who can effectively engage and facilitate partnerships and empower communities.

Similar to IPSL Institute for Global Learning’s MA in International Development & Service (IDS), students are prepared for careers with nonprofit, government, and community development organizations through an interdisciplinary program that combines rigorous academic training with hands-on skill development through volunteer service in several countries.

Recent graduates have focused on the following themes:

Community-based Development, Global Health Issues, Environmental Justice, Disability Advocacy, International Education & Exchange, Peace and Reconciliation, Indigenous Rights, Sustainable Development, …. and other exciting fields within international development ... [-]