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This course introduces theoretical frameworks which supplies the direction of social work. Focusing on developing student’s critical abilities for social theories and evaluating its adequacy for our local community. The course also combines theoretical ideas with  applied practice, and practice skills with different theoretical models. Students are  required to submit a research paper based on actual practice on one the theoretical and practice models.
Master /first year
This course presents a condensed review of the basic elements in research methodology. Topics included are conceptualization, problem selection, measurement, design, instruments construction, sampling and issues of reliability and validity. Special emphasis is placed on integration of quantitative and qualitative modes of inquiry. Students are required to conduct field research applying what they learned and trained to do in this course.
Master / first year
This course explores theoretical issues and evaluation techniques related to the effect of social work programs and policies. The course also deals with evaluation research concerned with examining the procedures, design, and execution of the efficiency of social work programs, in addition to improving and adjusting them. Topics includes goal identification, design of evaluation models, as well as standards, outcomes, and results. Students are trained on actual evaluation of social programs executed in the field.
Master / first year
Group work is extensively used in and wide range of social problems. Effectiveness of Group Work is documented in Learning, behavior modification, treatment and crisis situation to name but a few. This course is designed to provide students with a solid grounding in the theoretical and practice knowledge needed for a beginning social work with groups. Simulations and small group discussions will be used to generate practice situations.
first year
The course presents a bio-psychosocial view of childhood and adolescence, and tries to develop detailed assessment tools and skills that apply to direct work with children and youth. Major issues of concern to children and their families will be discussed, including, education, deviance, abuse, violence, leisure, and bereavement. Students are expected to participate effectively in the course and provide current practice examples for analysis and discussion.
third year
Offering mechanisms and diagnostic techniques of problems related to family, offering family therapy, and teaching counseling techniques for married couples from a comprehensive social perspective. Topics include value problem, roots of conflict, characteristics of couples exposed to problems, introducing complaints of married couples, therapy techniques, mediation, and arbitration.  Students are expected to submit a research based on actual practice in the field of family protection institutions.
third year
This course examines human development, which views the aim of development as expanding capabilities and choices and improving the quality of life. It covers key topics and debates such as: ethical foundations of human development; the interconnections between dimensions of poverty and inequality, and the impact of global issues on development, such as globalization, environmental pollution, international trade and protectionism. Poverty and human development indices and measurement will be introduced. 
second year