Social Work

Earning a Master of Science in Social Work (MSW) can provide individuals with the knowledge that is required to make positive changes in other people's lives. Programs of this nature provide students with an understanding of the various factors that contribute to social dysfunction. In addition, they acquire the knowledge of the developmental and life skills that their future clients can use to better their lives. MSW degree holders assist people who struggle with poverty, homelessness, substance abuse and mental health problems. Graduates of this degree program can go on to assume roles as social workers, directors of nonprofit organizations and other professions related to helping people from vulnerable populations.
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