A group of SSW faculty and staff have partnered with University of Michigan Academic Innovation and the edX platform to develop Social Work: Practice, Policy and Research MicroMasters certificate.
The MicroMasters is equipping learners from around the world with a framework to understand social work core theories and practices. The social work MicroMasters includes six courses that cover practice, policy, research, diversity, social justice and work with individuals, families, small groups and community organizations.
Beginning with the incoming Fall 2018 MSW class, students with three years or more of human service experience, will be able to apply for the MicroMasters MSW program. Students who meet the MicroMasters MSW program criteria will be able to complete the Master of Social Work degree in 3-4 terms of enrollment. Learn about the MicroMasters MSW program.
Dean Lynn Videka Discusses the SSW MicroMasters Program
Learn the values, techniques, and themes social workers use to help others as well as strategies for addressing social justice challenges.
Learn how to assess and design appropriate intervention strategies for individuals, families, and small groups.
Increase your knowledge and critical thinking skills related to diversity, human rights and social justice and injustice.
Learn about the importance of an evidence-based approach in social work practice and how to conduct effective research.
Learn about macro social work and how to have large scale impact on entire communities and systems of care.
Learn about the history of social welfare policy, services, and the social work profession.
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School of Social Work
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106