Master of Social Work - MSW Programs
Social Work graduate programs, also referred to as Master of Social Work (MSW), prepare students to help improve people’s lives with a great deal of care and commitment to serving people and their overall wellbeing. Social workers play a vital role in the lives of people with conflicts at home, drug abuse, disabilities, chronic illnesses and other life-destructive issues. If you show sensitivity toward others, maturity, responsibility, independent effectiveness, and strong communication skills, you hold of the necessary attributes needed to succeed as a social worker. As a graduate with a master’s (MS) (MSW) or Ph.D. degree in social work, you can pursue a career in a variety of settings and roles ranging from a case manager, to a counselor or policymaker, in a school, hospital or private agency; just to name a few.