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Master of Social Work (MSW)

Master of Social Work (MSW) Curriculum

The Master of Social Work degree program offers a curriculum that is framed in a trauma-informed resiliency framework. At the foundation level, students are introduced to a generalist practice perspective. At the advanced level, the program offers a single concentration in clinical social work practice. Although clinical in scope, our curriculum provides Barry MSW graduates with a foundation in policy practice, administrative leadership, and applied social research. Our graduates go onto seek and obtain employment in a variety of fields, including health, mental health, gerontology, substance abuse, local, state and federal government organizations, non-government organizations (NGOs), non-profit organizations, private practice, and trauma informed care systems with children, veterans, and victims of violence.

The Foundation: 31 Credits

The Concentration Year: 32 Credits

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