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Doctoral in Social Services

Doctoral in Social Services degree programs incorporate a rigorous curriculum focused on course contents including: Social work practices and procedures, Social welfare concepts, Interventions and social treatments, and Family and child services. These degrees are particularly geared towards individuals interested in working at management level positions in the social work field. The Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work degrees can serve as the foundation for earning a license/certificate from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Graduates with these advanced degrees can earn an estimated income of more than $51,336 per annum.

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Q:What are the contents of the course on English Composition in the Doctoral in Social Services?

A:The Doctoral in Social Services has a dedicated course on English Composition. This course usually is worth 2 credits in total. It is designed to provide students with strong understanding of the techniques of critical thinking and writing professionally as well as preparing research papers in English. Hands on experience i also provided in this course.

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