Bachelor Programs in Social Work in South America 2020/2021
A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.
A Bachelor of Social Work is concerned with the well being and quality of life of a group, community or an individual. Graduates will often seek to improve these circumstances through research, community organization, direct practice or teaching. Students are thus taught about human development, social policies or public administration.
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 BHS program prepares graduates for careers in agencies involved in mental health care, welfare, corrections and education.
The social worker makes the planning and execution of public policies and social programs geared to the collective well-being and integration of the individual in society. He ...
The BHS (Behavioral Science Concentration) provides expertise for careers in human/social services, psychology, and sociology.