The master of social work (MSW) is a 60-credit-hour degree program designed to meet your needs as a future social worker by offering a broad range of skills, tools, and knowledge that prepares you for advanced social work. The result is a curriculum that offers many areas of specialization, keeping pace with the demands of today's students. The school also offers an Advanced Standing Program for bachelor of social work (BSW) graduates.
Students complete a practice method concentration and choose a practice area in which to apply this method. Practice method concentrations are Community Organization, Interpersonal Practice, Management of Human Services, and Social Policy and Evaluation. Practice areas are Aging in Families and Society, Children and Youth in Families and Society, Community and Social Systems, Health, and Mental Health.