In the Master of Social Work, you will experience a variety of teaching approaches including seminars, lectures and interactive tutorials facilitated by practitioners and researchers active across different fields of social work practice.
Methods include collaborative group work, self-directed and peer learning, scenario and case-based learning and practice skills simulations.
We offer face-to-face classes with some evening options. Some classes are also run intensively through the semester.
A full-time student will attend approximately eight hours of classes per week each semester, with additional self-directed research and reading to prepare for classes and complete assessment requirements.
You will be assessed throughout each semester, through written reflections, research projects, essays, and simulated interviews, all of which give you the opportunity to demonstrate your capabilities and develop your practice frameworks.