Fostering professional social welfare personnel!
The Department of Social Welfare is a practice-oriented applied social science that solves and prevents various social problems based on the philosophy of human respect. Social welfare studies include policy and system areas that promote the quality of human life and professional counseling and social services where each field reflects the needs of the times and changes and develops to promote the welfare of individuals and society.
We aim to nurture the competitiveness of the workforce by fostering professional workers with expertise and practical skills in social welfare theory and practice based on the right personality and sound values. The Department of Social Welfare curriculum (3-year course) focuses on cultivating social welfare professionals with comprehensive practical skills by inducing individual self-development and systematically linking various theories and practical training.
Community social welfare centers for children, adolescents and the elderly with disabilities such as specialized institutions and facilities, elderly welfare centers, welfare centers for the disabled, welfare facilities for children, elderly welfare facilities, mental care facilities, maternity welfare facilities, day care centers, home welfare centers, volunteer centers, local children's centers, mental health centers, group homes, fund raising groups, social welfare associations, national public child care facilities, private child care facilities, work child care facilities, youth group guidance teachers, student education centers, education welfare priority support businesses, youth activity promotion centers, youth organizations, youth training facilities, youth welfare facilities, youth support facilities, private-sector youth organizations, social welfare officials examination and in-depth study for bachelor’s degree (one year course)