Earn a degree that is valuable and versatile — and required
MSW alumni who seek licensure are able to practice in are able to practice in a variety of social work settings. An MSW offers the flexibility to practice at elevated levels within many human service environments, so you’ll be earning a credential that opens up new and exciting career opportunities.
Why an MSW is important
In many states, a master of social work degree is required in order to gain third-party reimbursement from insurance companies or government agencies. This means you’ll be able to work in many different locations, with a variety of individuals and locations – flexibility that you might not find with other degrees in the human service field. Pursuing your MSW means you’re choosing a degree that will elevate your professional prospects and set you up for a successful career.
Serve those who need an advocate
MSW students learn to work with individuals who require unique support and services. Aging populations, veterans and military personnel, mental health patients, and disadvantaged families all need advocates to support them, provide access to community resources, and defend their rights and freedoms. Field education, along with clinical or macro MSW practice-focused coursework, can allow you to apply your knowledge to the population you want to serve as a social worker. Learn to bring about social justice and equal care for every individual in a degree program that aligns with your passion for advocacy and service.