This study program focuses on issues of social pathology and the prevention and treatment of high-risk behavior. Students gain a comprehensive understanding of socio-pathological phenomena, their prevention, and treatment from the perspectives of pedagogy, psychology, sociology, and law. Students learn how to implement research studies in the fields of social pathology and prevention, as well as organizational and educational work with adults.
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- Full Time
- an application form- a verified copy of the secondary school leaving certificate in English- a document proving the content and the scope of the previous secondary school education- a document proving that the school where previous studies were obtained is recognized as a part of the educational system in the foreign country- a confirmation of the language competence to study in English- a motivation letter with the focus on social pathology (one of the socio-pathological phenomena) (min. 3600 letters)- a copy of passport.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning