The Master of Social Work is a 60 credit hour degree program. With this professional degree, you will be vital to enhancing the social welfare systems that create and maintain a functioning society. The University of Michigan Social Work (U-M SSW) Program is dedicated to the training of social workers for roles and careers that have centrality and leverage within social welfare systems. This full-time program can be completed in 16 consecutive months, or in 20 months over two academic years. Students eligible for advanced standing can complete the MSW degree in 12 months.
U-M SSW features nine different concentrations in the dual concentration MSW program. All students select a practice method and practice area:
Management of Human Services
Social Policy and Evaluation
Aging in Families and Society
Children and Youth in Families and Society
Community and Social Systems
Council on Social Work Education