About the Department
The Department of Social Work
The Department of Social Work at Asia University was established in 2001. To broaden the scope of the social work education, the department was expanded to include a master's program and a continuing education (bachelor's) program were added in 2005.
Afterwards, the department became part of the College of Health Science. In 2007, the university reorganized its academic units, incorporating the department into The College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Adhering to the educational goals of Asia University: Health, Care, Innovation, and Excellence, the Department continues to plan professional courses that meet social development trends to cultivate social work professionals that meet social needs, including the "Social Work and Psychology Double-Professional Program" and "Medical and Long-term Care Social Work Program" two modules, are all the first in the country.
Cultivate social work professionals, participate in social welfare services, and promote the warm, harmonious and healthy development of society.
Undergraduate Program: In response to social changes and the needs of the times, cultivate social work professionals with warmth, empathy, sincere beliefs, professional knowledge, and innovative vitality.
Graduate Program: Cultivate mid-to-high-level supervisory professionals with social care, empowerment for the disadvantaged, practical management and innovative research capabilities.