Master in Social Work in South America
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A Master's degree in Social Work is concerned with the improvement of the quality of life of a certain individual or communities. Students will combine research, crisis intervention, community organization and strategy to be able to attain results.
South America is the fourth largest continent. It is divided politically into 12 independent countries. South America is home to the majestic Andes mountain range and the mysterious Amazon River. The world's largest rain forest, with millions of species of exotic animals, is also found in South America.
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The program offers a postgraduate training in Social Sciences that deals with strengthening competencies for the design of systemic and social constructionist practices that allow effective intervention in diverse contexts (educational, organizational, community and family), emphasizing the development of relational competences and linguistic
The graduate will be able to address the leadership of educational projects that require instructional design processes. Therefore, it will have the capacities to base the choice of educational models, the selection of learning strategies, the determination of learning resources, as well as the implementation of evaluation mechanisms for the design of learning experiences in virtual environments.
The graduate will be able to generate, understand, evaluate and implement competitive management strategies, along with developing projects that will allow him to contribute to the development of businesses in different industries. All this in a globalized environment, where permanent changes require innovative adaptation flexibility of companies.
The Master's part of the experience that the Minute of God-OMD Organization has in the social part, and systematizes in some way, the social experience of Father Rafael Garcia Herreros -founder of the OMD-, who understood social management as the commitment to people and communities in the search for equity and social development.
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.
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.