Department of Social Work

Highlights of the Master of Social Work Program

    • Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.

    • A small, student-centered program with individualized faculty-student interaction.

    • One of the select MSW programs in the nation that prepares students for "advanced generalist" practice-including working in clinical, administration, and community settings.

    • A multi-racial/multi-gender faculty with expertise in serving culturally and socially diverse populations.

    • An advanced standing program for students with an accredited BSW degree that can be completed in one calendar year.

    • A variety of financial aid opportunities available for both full-time and part-time students.

    • A special commitment to American Indians with strong linkages to the American Indian Community and specialized course content.

    • Scholarship and educational opportunities for students focusing on child welfare and clinical practice.

    • A wide selection of excellent internship opportunities.

    • Upper north woods location in urban area of 100,000 people, with excellent recreational and cultural activities and medium-size university setting.

    • An outstanding, dynamic and dedicated faculty who are involved in scholarly pursuits, practice and community service.

    • Classes offered on Thursday and Friday to allow time for work or field placements on other days.

    • Course work to meet the educational requirements for becoming a clinical social worker.

 


UMD Social Work Department

220 Bohannon Hall
1207 Ordean Court
Duluth, MN 55812

1 (888) 534-9734
(218) 726-7245

umdsw@d.umn.edu



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