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Master of Social Work
Put your passion for helping people and creating change to work ― with a Master of Social Work degree from Monmouth University.
Our nationally recognized 60-credit MSW program will provide you with the theoretical knowledge and field experience you need for professional social work practice in a wide range of settings, from schools and hospitals to mental health and correctional facilities. The MSW program at Monmouth University offers you the opportunity to:
You’ll learn from faculty members who are accomplished scholars and whose teaching is informed by continued practice, and will proceed through the program with a tightly knit group of peers. Our classes are strictly enrollment capped, keeping class sizes manageable and fostering interaction and discussion.
Clinical Practice with Families & Children Concentration
The Clinical Practice with Families and Children (CPFC) concentration will teach you how to work with a variety of different populations of individuals and families at risk in ways that facilitate their empowerment.
International & Community Development Concentration
In the International and Community Development concentration, you’ll develop assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation skills for local, national and international social work ― focusing in depth on applying the theory and research of the practice of international and community development. As a student in this concentration, you may elect to do a local or international internship.
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Midsize Suburb
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