Bachelor of Social Work – BSW

Become a registered social worker to support the wellbeing of individuals, families, whānau, and diverse communities by helping them through challenging situations, and advocating for environmental sustainability, social justice and social change.

Type of qualification

Bachelor's degree

Level of study

Undergraduate study

An undergraduate qualification is usually the first one you study.

More about study levels

NZQF level 7

Our courses follow the New Zealand Qualification Framework (NZQF) levels.

Find out more about NZQF levels

Time to complete

4 years full-time (480 credits)
Up to 8 years part-time
Part-time available

Where you can study

Auckland campus
Distance and online
Manawatū campus (Palmerston North)

International students

International students are not New Zealand citizens or residents.

Definition of New Zealand citizens and residents

Open to international students on campus in New Zealand
Note: Selected entry qualification.

Study a Bachelor of Social Work – BSW

The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) is highly sought-after and internationally recognised. It will offer you a lifelong career that can take you across Aotearoa New Zealand and around the world.

  • More than 90% of Massey social work graduates find employment within six months of earning their degree.
  • Massey University is committed to being Te Tiriti o Waitangi-led and this is reflected in the School of Social Work and in your learning.
  • The degree is recognised by the Social Work Registration Board.
  • Massey graduates make up the largest number of qualified social workers in the country.
  • Social work is a growth industry, with more than 10.000 registered social workers.
  • Massey offers flexible study modes: the BSW is offered from both Auckland and Manawatū campuses. Students can choose to study internal, block and/or by distance.
  • You will get vital hands-on experience in the workplace in your third and fourth year of study where you will be supported to undertake placements.
  • You will be equipped with both theory and practice, and taught by highly qualified staff – all experts in their fields.

Our degree equips you with knowledge and skills needed to understand and work alongside people and communities in the modern world.

Want to work towards a role that has a positive impact on individuals, families, whānau, groups and communities? Want to enjoy a fulfilling career that can give you great employment opportunities and further career development pathways? Open to personal and professional development and keen to work with diverse communities? Join us today on a journey of self-discovery and success.

Further study

You may wish to progress to the Master of Social Work when you successfully complete this qualification.

A BSW is a good fit if you:

  • passionate about working with people
  • want to advocate for meaningful change
  • open to personal growth and professional development

Entry requirements

Admission to Massey

All students must meet university entrance requirements to be admitted to the University.

Specific requirements

The Bachelor of Social Work is a selected entry qualification. This means there are a number of extra requirements you must meet.

To enter the Bachelor of Social Work qualification you will:

  • meet the requirements set down by the Social Workers Registration Act 2003 for registration as a social worker in Aotearoa New Zealand in terms of being “fit and proper persons to practise social work” – see: swrb.govt.nz/about-us/policies/
  • provide a curriculum vitae which includes your academic and work history
  • provide a personal statement explaining why you wish to enter the social work qualification and profession
  • provide details of two character referees - these must not be family or friends
  • provide details of any convictions or charges pending in Aotearoa New Zealand and/or overseas
  • complete the vetting service request and consent form for a Aotearoa New Zealand Police check
  • provide a current police certificate from any overseas countries you have lived in for twelve months or more in the last ten years.
  • undertake an interview (if required).

Application closing date

Applications close on 31 January 2023 (Semester One) and 10 June 2023 (Semester Two).

International students

International students must be in Aotearoa New Zealand to study this qualification by distance learning.

English language requirements

To study this qualification you must meet Massey University's English language standards.

If English, Māori or New Zealand sign language is not your first language, you will need to provide official evidence of your English language competency in the form of:

  • an IELTS test with an overall academic score of at least 6.5, with no band score less than 6.5, taken within the preceding two years; or
  • a TOEFL internet-based test (IBT) score of 85 or higher with a writing score of 22; or at least two years of successful study in a new Zealand secondary school, with at least 10 Level 2 NCEA credits in Literacy (five reading and five writing); or equivalent.

 Massey University English language requirements

About referees

We require two people who can act as referees for you. A referee should be someone who has known you for one year or more in the capacity of employer, educator, work colleague or person of community standing, e.g. Kaumatua, Minister or similar. Your referee should not be a friend, flatmate, relative or someone who has not known you for at least a year. The information your referee supplies is confidential to those involved in the selection process.

English language skills

If you need help with your English language skills before you start university, see our English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses.

Maximum time limits for completion

There are maximum time limits to complete some undergraduate and all postgraduate qualifications. If you do not complete within the maximum time, you may be required to re-apply for the qualification if you wish to continue your studies.

Time limits for Honours, Distinction and Merit

If you complete this qualification within the stated time limit, you will normally be able to graduate with a class of Honours.

Look for further information under ‘Student Progression’ in the regulations for this qualification.

More information

  • Read the regulations for this qualification thoroughly
  • Contact us through the Get advice button on this page if you have any questions.

Official regulations

To understand what you need to study and must complete to graduate read the official rules and regulations for this qualification.

You should read these together with all other relevant Statutes and Regulations of the University including the General Regulations for Undergraduate Degrees, Undergraduate Diplomas, Undergraduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates.

Returning students

For returning students, there may be changes to the majors and minors available and the courses you need to take. Go to the section called ‘Transitional Provisions’ in the Regulations to find out more.

If you are returning to the Bachelor of Social Work at Massey after a break of two years or more, you must apply for re-entry to the qualification.

In some cases the qualification or specialisation you enrolled in may be no longer be taking new enrolments, so may not appear on these web pages. To find information on the regulations for these qualifications go to the Massey University Calendar.

Please contact us through the Get advice button on this page if you have any questions.

Structure of the Bachelor of Social Work

If you study full-time, in your first year, you’ll take eight 15-credit courses, making a total of 120 credits.

If you wish to study over two semesters, you should aim for 60 credits per semester. You may be able to take some courses at summer school. Make sure you include courses that are prerequisites for the next level of courses you wish to study.

The Bachelor of Social Work is a parts-based qualification. That means you must complete the first part, before moving to the second, etc.

Part One – Tumu (Foundation)

Part One provides an understanding of people and society, particularly in New Zealand. Tumu is the foundational year introducing core concepts and knowledge for social work as a profession.

Part Two – Taha (Framework)

Taha brings a deeper understanding of social work theories and practice, social policy and engagement with diverse communities.

Part Three – Tuanui (Roof)

Tuanui concentrates on decolonising theories and concepts in social and community work practice. An exciting feature is participation at a Noho Marae.

Part Four – Whare (House)

Whare consolidates learning and skills as an authentic and integrated beginning practitioner.

In Parts Three and Four, you will complete supervised placements in social service agencies.

Part-time study

If you work for more than 12-15 hours a week, we recommend you enrol for part-time study.

Second semester start

If you are applying to begin the Bachelor of Social Work in the second semester (mid-year), please contact us to help you plan your degree.

Distance students

If you study by distance, you will be required to attend in-person compulsory contact workshops (from Year One). Dates for contact workshops are on each course page.

Block Course

Our Auckland campus offers block mode teaching throughout the whole degree, which requires in-person attendance. Dates for block courses are on each course page.

Withdrawing from courses

Withdrawing from a course may impact on you being able to progress to the next part of your Bachelor of Social Work. Prior to withdrawing from a course we recommend you make contact with one of the Bachelor of Social Work Coordinators located within the School of Social Work.

Requirements while you are studying

  • You will complete supervised placements in social service agencies in your third year (field education). By this time you are required to have a full New Zealand driver’s licence.
  • During the course of your study, you will continue to meet our requirements under the Children Act 2014, and under the Social Workers Registration Board ‘Fit and Proper Person policy and Code of Conduct.

Supervised placements – field education

A critical part of the degree are two field education courses. These consist of 120 days (in total) of approved work placements supervised by a registered social worker. You must pass these courses to progress to the next part of the degree. Field education is assessed through both academic and practice requirements.

Re-applying after a break

If you are returning to the Bachelor of Social Work at Massey after a break of two years or more, you must apply for re-entry to the programme.

Typical pattern for the Bachelor of Social Work

Core courses These courses are a compulsory part of your qualification.

All courses are compulsory - 480 credits: 120 credits each year

Year one
176101 The Sociological Imagination
179110 Creating a Foundation for Social and Community Work
179121 Identity Development in Aotearoa New Zealand
279101 Social Policy: An Introduction
150103 Nau mai e noho: Engaging with Māori
179120 Environmental Sustainability in Social and Community Work
179155 A Foundation of Interpersonal Skills for the Helping Professions
275102 Human Development
Year two
150201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society
179210 A Relational Framework for Social Work Theory and Practice
179230 Tangata Moana Perspectives and Practices for Transformation
179255 Introduction to Field Education
150205 Kura Mai Tawhiti: Māori Knowledge
179202 An Introduction to Social Research for Social Work and Social Policy
179240 Ethics, Values and Law in Social Work and Social Policy
279203 Social Policy and Government
Year three
179310 Integrated Practice with Groups and Families
179320 Community Development
179330 Māori Development and the Social Services
279301 Government Policy, Planning and Administration
179355 Field Education I (45 credits)
179340 Developing Practice
Year four
179430 Integrated Social Work Practice – Authentising Practice
179432 Ahurea ki uta, Ahurea ki tai
179433 Selected Study in Policy, Practice or Diverse Populations
179440 Management in the Social Services
179431 Consolidating Practice
179455 Field Education II (45 credits)

Courses and specialisations

Key terms

Courses
Each qualification has its own specific set of courses. Some universities call these papers. You enrol in courses after you get accepted into Massey.
Course code
Each course is numbered using 6 digits. The fourth number shows the level of the course. For example, in course 219206, the fourth number is a 2, so it is a 200-level course (usually studied in the second year of full-time study).
Credits
Each course is worth a number of credits. You combine courses (credits) to meet the total number of credits needed for your qualification.
Specialisations
Some qualifications let you choose what subject you'd like to specialise in. Your major or endorsement is what you will take the majority of your courses in.

Credit summary

480 credits

  • Part One compulsory courses – 120 credits
  • Part Two compulsory courses – 120 credits
  • Part Three compulsory courses – 120 credits
  • Part Four compulsory courses – 120 credits
  • 120 days of approved supervised field education and associated reports

This is a parts-based qualification. This means that there are regulations around completion of Part One before progressing to Part Two etc.

Course planning key

Prerequisites
Courses that need to be completed before moving onto a course at the next level. For example, a lot of 200-level courses have 100-level prerequisite courses.
Corequisites
Courses that must be completed at the same time as another course are known as corequisite courses.
Restrictions
Some courses are restricted against each other because their content is similar. This means you can only choose one of the offered courses to study and credit to your qualification.

Part One (Choose 120 credits from)

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Course code: 150103 Nau mai e noho: Engaging with Māori 15 credits

This course will equip students with a range of skills to engage with Māori communities including common expressions in te reo, an understanding of key traditional concepts, customary practices (tikanga), the importance of the Treaty of Waitangi and the nature and structure of Māori social and political organisations.

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Course code: 176101 The Sociological Imagination 15 credits

A foundation course in Sociology covering the key substantive aspects of contemporary society e.g. individual and social processes, globalisation and social inequalities.

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Course code: 179110 Creating a Foundation for Social and Community Work 15 credits

An introduction to social and community work in Aotearoa New Zealand and internationally. This introduction includes an examination of colonisation throughout the development of social and community work.

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Course code: 179120 Environmental Sustainability in Social and Community Work 15 credits

An introduction to issues of sustainability, climate change and the environment in social and community work.

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Course code: 179121 Identity Development in Aotearoa New Zealand 15 credits

An exploration of identity development and how our personal and social histories contribute to our personal, professional and social interactions within the context of social work practice.

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Course code: 179155 A Foundation of Interpersonal Skills for the Helping Professions 15 credits

An introduction to the role of self and the skills required to develop an effective helping relationship that can be applied in a variety of helping professions in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

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Course code: 275102 Human Development 15 credits

An introduction to the study of lifespan human development and learning within changing social and physical contexts.

Restrictions: 208102, 209102

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Course code: 279101 Social Policy: An Introduction 15 credits

A foundational knowledge of social policy, providing a broad introduction introducing students to the history of social policy in Aotearoa New Zealand and key theories and concepts informing the development of social policy.

Restrictions: 179101

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Part Two (No New Enrolments in 2023) (Choose 120 credits from)

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Course code: 150201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society 15 credits

A study of the Treaty of Waitangi background, texts, principles, and application to contemporary New Zealand. There is a particular focus on land, legislation, court decisions, social policies, the environment, constitutional matters, claims to the Waitangi Tribunal and Treaty settlements. Differing perspectives of hapū/iwi/Māori and the Crown, as well as opportunities for resolution, are explored.

Restrictions: 269274

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Course code: 150205 Kura Mai Tawhiti: Māori Knowledge 15 credits

An examination of heritage and contemporary Māori knowledges exploring the origins and relevance of traditional belief systems and the contemporary cultural-political contexts of mātauranga paradigms in areas such as research, education, justice, science, business, social development and the environment.

Prerequisites: 15 credits at 100-level from the 150 or 300 course prefix series

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Course code: 179202 An Introduction to Social Research for Social Work and Social Policy 15 credits

An introduction to social research and an examination of application of evidence to inform social policy and social work practice.

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Course code: 179210 A Relational Framework for Social Work Theory and Practice 15 credits

Developing a relational-praxis framework for different theories of social work, models of practice and approaches to engagement, assessment and intervention.

Prerequisites: 179155 and (179110 or 147102)

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Course code: 179230 Tangata Moana Perspectives and Practices for Transformation 15 credits

Examining Tangata Moana (Pacific/Pasifika) perspectives and how they inform social practice and policy towards transforming individual, family and community outcomes.

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Course code: 179255 Preparation for Field Education 15 credits

An introduction to field education through workshops, field visits and voluntary work.

Prerequisites: 179155 Corequisites: 150201

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Course code: 279201 Social Policy: Concepts and Theories 15 credits

An exploration of the influence of different political theories and key concepts on the development of social policy in Aotearoa New Zealand. Applications to contemporary social policy case studies are included.

Prerequisites: 279101 or 179101 or 200162; 279101 or 179101 for BSW

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Course code: 279203 Social Policy and Government 15 credits

An exploration of government systems, policy and legislative making processes with relevance to social policy.

Prerequisites: 279101 or 179101 or 200162 (179102 to 2009)

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Part Two (from 2023) (Choose 120 credits from)

Choose 120 credits from
Course code: 150201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society 15 credits

A study of the Treaty of Waitangi background, texts, principles, and application to contemporary New Zealand. There is a particular focus on land, legislation, court decisions, social policies, the environment, constitutional matters, claims to the Waitangi Tribunal and Treaty settlements. Differing perspectives of hapū/iwi/Māori and the Crown, as well as opportunities for resolution, are explored.

Restrictions: 269274

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Course code: 150205 Kura Mai Tawhiti: Māori Knowledge 15 credits

An examination of heritage and contemporary Māori knowledges exploring the origins and relevance of traditional belief systems and the contemporary cultural-political contexts of mātauranga paradigms in areas such as research, education, justice, science, business, social development and the environment.

Prerequisites: 15 credits at 100-level from the 150 or 300 course prefix series

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Course code: 179202 An Introduction to Social Research for Social Work and Social Policy 15 credits

An introduction to social research and an examination of application of evidence to inform social policy and social work practice.

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Course code: 179210 A Relational Framework for Social Work Theory and Practice 15 credits

Developing a relational-praxis framework for different theories of social work, models of practice and approaches to engagement, assessment and intervention.

Prerequisites: 179155 and (179110 or 147102)

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Course code: 179230 Tangata Moana Perspectives and Practices for Transformation 15 credits

Examining Tangata Moana (Pacific/Pasifika) perspectives and how they inform social practice and policy towards transforming individual, family and community outcomes.

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Course code: 179240 Ethics, Values and Law in Social Work and Social Policy 15 credits

An examination of the impact of values and ethics in professional practice while addressing issues of law, power, social justice and human rights with a particular focus on social work and social policy.

Restrictions: 279201

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Course code: 179255 Preparation for Field Education 15 credits

An introduction to field education through workshops, field visits and voluntary work.

Prerequisites: 179155 Corequisites: 150201

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Course code: 279203 Social Policy and Government 15 credits

An exploration of government systems, policy and legislative making processes with relevance to social policy.

Prerequisites: 279101 or 179101 or 200162 (179102 to 2009)

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Part Three (No New Enrolments in 2024) (Choose 105 credits from)

Choose 105 credits from
Course code: 179310 Integrated Practice with Groups and Families 15 credits

An advanced approach to the integration of theory and practice in social work with particular emphasis on assessment and intervention in working with groups and families.

Prerequisites: 179210

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Course code: 179320 Community Development 15 credits

An examination of the fundamental principles and definitions of community development. Particular emphasis is placed on the theoretical frameworks which inform community work. Individual, group and community action is examined with particular emphasis on the relationship between individual and social change.

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Course code: 179330 Māori Development and the Social Services 15 credits

Themes in contemporary Māori development (kaupapa Māori) with particular reference to the aspirations of Māori people. Emphasis will be placed on the implications of such themes for the social services as well as the development of appropriate social policies.

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Course code: 179355 Field Education I 45 credits

A supervised field education placement of a minimum of 480 hours (60 days) in a social service setting negotiated by a Massey University staff member who is fully registered with the Social Workers Registration Board. Each placement will be supervised by a registered social worker.

Prerequisites: 179255 Corequisites: 179310, 179320, 179330

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Course code: 279301 Government Policy, Planning and Administration 15 credits

An examination of government policy, planning and administration. Attention will be focussed on providing the conceptual tools for analysing the policy process and then applying them to specific legislation.

Prerequisites: 279201 or 179201

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Part Three (from 2024) (Choose 120 credits from)

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Course code: 179310 Integrated Practice with Groups and Families 15 credits

An advanced approach to the integration of theory and practice in social work with particular emphasis on assessment and intervention in working with groups and families.

Prerequisites: 179210

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Course code: 179320 Community Development 15 credits

An examination of the fundamental principles and definitions of community development. Particular emphasis is placed on the theoretical frameworks which inform community work. Individual, group and community action is examined with particular emphasis on the relationship between individual and social change.

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Course code: 179330 Māori Development and the Social Services 15 credits

Themes in contemporary Māori development (kaupapa Māori) with particular reference to the aspirations of Māori people. Emphasis will be placed on the implications of such themes for the social services as well as the development of appropriate social policies.

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Course code: 179340 Developing Practice 15 credits

The development of a personal practice framework and clinical skills in diverse social, cultural and professional contexts.

Prerequisites: 179255 Corequisites: 179355 Restrictions: 279401

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Course code: 179355 Field Education I 45 credits

A supervised field education placement of a minimum of 480 hours (60 days) in a social service setting negotiated by a Massey University staff member who is fully registered with the Social Workers Registration Board. Each placement will be supervised by a registered social worker.

Prerequisites: 179255 Corequisites: 179310, 179320, 179330

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Course code: 279301 Government Policy, Planning and Administration 15 credits

An examination of government policy, planning and administration. Attention will be focussed on providing the conceptual tools for analysing the policy process and then applying them to specific legislation.

Prerequisites: 279201 or 179201

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Part Four (No New Enrolments in 2025) (Choose 135 credits from)

Choose 135 credits from
Course code: 179410 Social Work Fields of Practice 30 credits

An advanced study of selected fields of social and community work practice. Particular emphasis is placed on the knowledge base relevant to each field including theoretical explanations, research, practice principles, models of intervention and current issues.

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Course code: 179420 Advanced Social Work Practice 30 credits

An advanced study of selected theoretical models and clinical skills in professional practice with individuals, families, groups and communities.

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Course code: 179440 Management in the Social Services 15 credits

An examination of current management theory and its impact on management, administrative systems and professional practice in social service agencies.

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Course code: 179455 Field Education II 45 credits

An advanced, supervised, field education placement of a minimum of 480 hours (60 days) in a social service setting negotiated by a Massey University staff member who is fully registered with the Social Workers Registration Board. Each placement will be supervised by a registered social worker.

Prerequisites: 179355 Corequisites: 179410, 179420

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Course code: 279401 Social Policy Evaluation 15 credits

An examination of social policy programmes and/or legislation which provides students with an opportunity to explore areas of particular interest.

Prerequisites: 279301 or 179301 Restrictions: 179462

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Part Four (from 2025) (Choose 120 credits from)

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Course code: 179430 Integrated Social Work Practice – Authentising Practice 15 credits

An advanced study of selected fields of practice, selected theoretical models, and clinical skills to develop integrated and authentic professional practice.

Prerequisites: 179310 Restrictions: 179410

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Course code: 179431 Consolidating Practice 15 credits

The consolidation of a social work practice framework and clinical skills in diverse social, cultural and professional contexts.

Prerequisites: 179340 and 179355 Restrictions: 179410

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Course code: 179432 Ahurea ki uta, Ahurea ki tai 15 credits

Students will critically reflect on and consolidate Tangata Whenua and Tagata Pasifika cultural learning and cultural humility inside of their own integrated practice framework as they prepare to enter the social work profession.

Restrictions: 179420

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Course code: 179433 Selected Study in Policy, Practice or Diverse Populations 15 credits

A study of the literature and research evidence in a selected area of policy, practice or diverse population group.

Restrictions: 179420

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Course code: 179440 Management in the Social Services 15 credits

An examination of current management theory and its impact on management, administrative systems and professional practice in social service agencies.

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Course code: 179455 Field Education II 45 credits

An advanced, supervised, field education placement of a minimum of 480 hours (60 days) in a social service setting negotiated by a Massey University staff member who is fully registered with the Social Workers Registration Board. Each placement will be supervised by a registered social worker.

Prerequisites: 179355 Corequisites: 179410, 179420

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Fees and scholarships

Fees, student loans and free fees scheme

Your tuition fees may be different depending on the courses you choose. Your exact fees will show once you have chosen your courses.

There will also be some compulsory non-tuition fees and for some courses, there may also be charges for things such as study resources, software, trips and contact workshops.

Already know which courses you're going to choose?

You can view fees for the courses that make up your qualification on the course details pages.

Student loans (StudyLink) and Fees Free scheme

You may be eligible for a student loan to help towards paying your fees.

The New Zealand Government offers fees-free tertiary study for eligible domestic students. Find out more about the scheme and your eligibility on the Fees Free website. To use the site's eligibility checking tool, you will need your National Student Number.

Current and returning Massey students can find their National Student Number in the student portal.

Fees disclaimer

This information is for estimation purposes only. Actual fees payable will be finalised on confirmation of enrolment. Unless otherwise stated, all fees shown are quoted in New Zealand dollars and include Goods and Services Tax, if any. Before relying on any information on these pages you should also read the University's Disclaimer Notice.

Careers and job opportunities

A social work degree means you can work in many different areas. Social workers work across all age groups and you will have opportunities to work in many different areas, in non-government or statutory organisations, for example:

  • child and family protection
  • disability and whānau haua
  • community work and community development
  • diversity specific services (eg Chinese, Korean, Sāmoan, gender and sexually diverse populations, spiritually-based)
  • hospitals and primary health
  • youth
  • iwi and marae-based social services
  • management and supervision
  • mental health and addictions
  • justice
  • policy development
  • refugees and migrants
  • older people
  • Pacific.

What our students say

“I chose social work without fully understanding the concept, but I knew it was about people and I knew that people mattered.”
Blake Gardiner

Bachelor of Social Work

“I had thought about getting a qualification in youth work, but then someone suggested social work as it provided greater scope in terms of areas I could work in.”
Courtney Gray

Bachelor of Social Work

“Studying at Massey University has provided me a broad and sound knowledge of what social work is all about. The day of a social worker is never the same, encountering different situations and people impacted by social and personal issues.”
Kaysha Whakarau

Ngāti Raukawa raua ko Ngāti Ruanui

Bachelor of Social Work

Accreditations and rankings

New Zealand Social Workers Registration Board

Our professional qualifications are accredited by the Social Workers Registration Board. Students who complete the Bachelor of Social Work or Master of Applied Social Work can immediately apply for provisional registration as a registered social worker.

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