Master of Social Management (MSM) Leuphana Universität Lüneburg

The Master of Social Management provides you with practical and up-to-date qualification for leadership and management tasks in the fields of social work, social education and social economics. The requirements with which those fields are faced are in a state of constant change. These requirements are subject to social transformations and structural changes in the economy. The requirements for executives in social management are growing accordingly. The program strengthens your skills while preparing your for these challenges. It is designed to permit you to remain employed parallel to your studies, and to earn your degree in just five semesters without any loss of earnings.

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The requirements with which the fields of social work and social economics are faced are in a state of constant change. These requirements are subject to social transformations and structural changes in the economy. The requirements for executives in social management are growing accordingly. The Master’s program in Social Management strengthens your skills while preparing your for these challenges.

The Master in Social Management is an internationally recognised university degree and qualifies the recipient for classification in a higher grade of civil service.

The course of studies has been accredited by the international accreditation agency FIBAA.

Aims

The Master’s program in Social Management is designed for social workers, social educators and experts as weill as executives in the social economy who seek to broaden their career spectrum and to develop not only in terms of expertise but at a personal level as well.

Program graduates are able to

  • apply modern management methods to the fields of social work social economy and social services
  • direct social services institutions with a high level of efficiency and human-resources-management skill
  • develop market-tailored, competitive concepts and service offerings
  • make efficient use of their personal resources and practise a healthy work-life balance

Students can expect a broad and fully developed (since 1992) curriculum that will provide them with the ideal forms of preparation for all of the challenges that a supervisory function in the broad fields of social services involves. Students can refer back to their career experience at many stages of the curriculum.

The program is designed to permit you to remain employed parallel to your studies, and to earn your degree in just five semesters without any loss of earnings.

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