About the Program

The Master of Social Work program prepares students to develop values, skills and knowledge in advanced clinical social work practice, including:

  • Assessment of vulnerabilities, strengths and resilience in individuals, families and groups in social, cultural and historical contexts
  • Evidence-based and culturally responsive interventions to restore and enhance functioning
  • Advocacy for economic and social justice and human rights
  • Critical and professional use of self for service and social change.

Degree Requirements

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2-Year MSW

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Advanced Standing MSW

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Practicum

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Sub-Specialties

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Mission and Learning Outcomes

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Mission, Values, and Goals

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Learning Outcomes

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