TEACHING INTERPROFESSIONAL TEAMWORK
Interprofessional education will spark collaborations with social work, nursing and pharmacy
An advanced generalist curriculum that trains practitioners for multilevel practice, engaging with individuals, families, groups, communities, organizations and service-delivery systems in identifying needs and strategies to initiate and produce change.
A commitment to social justice that teaches how to apply strategies of advocacy and social change to advance social and economic justice.
Service learning that involves collaborating with community agencies to meet specific service needs while enhancing student learning.
The Master's Program in Social Work is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education’s Commission on Accreditation
Students acquire experience and develop competence that will help them attain their personal and professional goals within a framework of social work values and ethics.