Specializations

Specializations

At the time of admission, students are required to designate a skill specialization. Students can choose to specialize in either:

The two skill specialization curricula build on foundation curriculum content and prepare students for autonomous social work practice at an advanced level. The specializations expose students to: specific practice roles; the uses and applications of research for practice; practice with and on behalf of the welfare of groups that have been historically marginalized and oppressed; practice with diverse populations; policy, organizational, and environmental influences on practice; and advanced practice theories, methods, and strategies.

See a complete list of course schedules and descriptions.