The University of Michigan School of Social Work offers interdisciplinary MSW and PhD degrees, field instruction (internships), an undergraduate minor and life-long learning opportunities.
A U-M master of social work offers a broad range of specializations that draw on the most recent research, new learning innovations and a strong interdisciplinary focus.
Joint PhD students earn a degree in Social Work and select a second PhD in one of five social science fields. Joint PhD students reflect the populations they serve and address society’s challenging issues through scientifically rigorous social and behavioral research.
The CASC minor is for students interested in developing knowledge, skills, and experiences in community action and social change.
Field instruction presents you with multiple opportunities to become a part of the professional social work community, where you will learn to integrate classroom knowledge with practice and develop your social work skills.
Global Activities provides students committed to global social work practice an opportunity to live in a foreign country while completing a part of their field placement.