Our highly ranked MSW program is rooted in evidence-based practice and integrates trauma-informed and human rights perspectives. It's how our students build their understanding of the significant roles that psychological trauma and human rights violations play in a range of social issues. Our curriculum statement articulates our belief that trauma is both a cause and effect of structural oppression and human rights violations. Our graduates are prepared to help create transformational change, in clients and delivery systems.
This program is for students with bachelor degrees from all undergraduate majors. It includes:
This program is for students that have a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree (please review admissions eligibility requirements for more details). It includes:
Field placements are specialized field training opportunities that allow students to explore the practice areas that interest them.
During the MSW program, you may also choose to: