Graduate Programs

Doctorate in Social Work (DSW) The Doctorate in Social Work (DSW) degree is designed for MSW practitioners seeking a doctoral-level practice-focused degree in clinical practice. Graduates are prepared to be experts in trauma-informed clinical practice, program and organizational management, and to be producers/disseminators of practice-based knowledge for both the professional practice community and Schools of Social Work.
Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Work Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Work: The PhD in Social Work is designed for those seeking careers primarily in applied social work research and teaching (in institutions of higher learning). Graduates are prepared to engage in independent research and scholarship that informs social work practice at multiple levels.
Social Work (PhD) Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Work: The PhD in Social Work is designed for those seeking careers primarily in applied social work research and teaching (in institutions of higher learning). Graduates are prepared to engage in independent research and scholarship that informs social work practice at multiple levels.
Advanced Clinical Social Work, Full Time This program prepares students for clinical practice with individuals, families, and groups. Students advance their careers by utilizing trauma-informed therapeutic models in various practice settings such as schools, hospitals, military, public safety, non-profit settings, and private practice. Students also incorporate trauma-response community practice and human services administration.
Advanced Clinical Social Work, Part Time This program prepares students for clinical practice with individuals, families, and groups. Students advance their careers by utilizing trauma-informed therapeutic models in various practice settings such as schools, hospitals, military, public safety, non-profit settings, and private practice. Students also incorporate trauma-response community practice and human services administration.
School of Social Work (Non-Degree) 
Social Work (MSW) 32-Credit, Advanced Standing, Full Time Full-time students can earn a Master of Social Work in an accelerated 7-month Advanced Standing program if they have a BSW degree from a CSWE accredited program. MSW graduates are prepared for clinical practice in a variety of settings including but not limited to mental health, substance abuse, schools, child welfare, healthcare, gerontology, criminal justice/forensics, and private practice.
Social Work (MSW) 32-Credit, Advanced Standing, Part Time Part-time students can earn a Master of Social Work in an accelerated 16-month Advanced Standing program if they have a BSW degree from a CSWE accredited program. Graduates are prepared for clinical practice in a variety of settings including but not limited to mental health, substance abuse, schools, child welfare, healthcare, gerontology, criminal justice/forensics, and private practice. Evening and Weekend Options are available.
Social Work (MSW) 63-Credit, Full Time This program prepares students for clinical practice with individuals, families, and groups. Students advance their careers by utilizing trauma-informed therapeutic models in various practice settings such as schools, hospitals, military, public safety, non-profit settings, and private practice. Students also incorporate trauma-response community practice and human services administration.
Social Work (MSW) 63-Credit, Part Time This program prepares students for clinical practice with individuals, families, and groups. Students advance their careers by utilizing trauma-informed therapeutic models in various practice settings such as schools, hospitals, military, public safety, non-profit settings, and private practice. Students also incorporate trauma-response community practice and human services administration.
Social Work (MSW) Online Designed for working professionals and those who require scheduling flexibility, our fully online, part-time Master of Social Work program prepares students for advance licensure for clinical social work practice and offers a strong foundation in policy, leadership, and applied social research. Students complete coursework when and where they like, while also engaging with professors and peers during live virtual sessions.