Social Work - Graduate
Degrees: D.S.W., M.S.W.
Gain the knowledge and credentials to thrive in an advanced Social Work career through the graduate-level programs Millersville University offers in conjunction with Shippensburg University and Kutztown University.
Why Study This Program?
Millersville partners with sister universities, Shippensburg University and Kutztown University, to provide graduate students with the best possible Social Work education and experiences.
Millersville and Shippensburg jointly offer a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree program designed for students who want to either further their education in social work or join the social work profession. As such, the program was developed to support both the full-time student and the working professional. Students have the option of completing the program in-person or fully online. A MSW degree permits graduates to work in a variety of human service programs and agencies in an advanced clinical or administrative capacity.
Millersville and Kutztown partner to offer a Doctor of Social Work (DSW) degree program focused on preparing leaders and educators for career advancement in agencies, government, and higher education. Social Work practitioners who have already earned a MSW will be prepared to take on industry challenges and become future experts in the field. Pursue your passion for social justice through enhanced leadership and the transformative opportunity to explore and develop yourself as a scholar and practitioner.
State-of-the-art technology permits students to acquire social work knowledge, skills, and values through multiple educational methods. Including traditional campus classes and web-based activities. The joint nature of these graduate-level programs allows students to benefit from the quality faculty and resources of both universities. The joint Social Work programs are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
What Will You Learn?
The Master of Social Work (MSW) curriculum explores the principles and philosophies of social work, research methods, human behavior, diverse populations, and other aspects of the field. Students gain a practical perspective to their student through required field practicums.
The Doctor of Social Work (DSW) course of study features 16 courses which consider social work leadership, social work teaching and scholarship, research methodology, multivariate analysis, intervention research and more.
With much of this graduate-level coursework offered online, these Social Work programs are designed with the working professional in mind.
- Clinical Social Worker
- Social and Community Service Manager
- Non-Profit Director
- Human Services Administrator
- Professor of Social Work
- School Social Worker
- Child Welfare Permanency Worker
- Marriage and Family Therapist
- Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors
Clubs and Organizations
- Alliance for Social Change
- The Psychology Club
- The Sociology Club
- Food Recovery Network
- Social Justice Beyond Board
- Related Programs