This curriculum is in the process of being removed, as of the 2018-19 academic year. Remember that only failed courses in previous years may be re-sat without attending the lectures.
Social Work is a profession that promotes improved social conditions, affecting both the individual and community development.
A social worker is the professional who facilitates personal and social changes through prevention, care, management, counselling, mediation, social support and dynamism, with the aim of improving the quality of life of individuals and groups.
This profession is also present in the formulation of social welfare policies.
Suggested profile for newly enrolled students
The practice of Social Work involves maintaining constant personal relationships in different spheres and levels.
Therefore, it is desirable that its students have an entry profile that includes the ability to communicate, to engage in social contact and interaction with people, to work in a team, and above all, to accept the complexity and diversity of interpersonal relationships and to take on the commitments inherent in social issues.