• Examine different aspects of child development with an ecological-system–constructionist framework.
  • Obtain knowledge and skills in working with children and families in systems-ecological practice.
  • Acquire child-centred assessment based on biopsychosocial and competency-based perspectives.
  • Build competence in supporting children and their families in crises and under adverse conditions.
  • Critically examine and integrate the policies and legislation in child welfare and child protection to social work practice with children and families.
  • Uphold professional social work values and children’s rights in social work interventions.