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Everything you need to master social work.

The MSW program offers in-depth training in clinical social work, through a challenging classroom curriculum and varied fieldwork experiences. With a strong emphasis on underserved populations and the New York metro area, you’ll gain exposure to a broad spectrum of communities and cultures, and graduate ready to make a tangible difference in people’s lives and the world around you.

Our 65-credit MSW can be completed full-time in two years - Foundation Curriculum and Year Two: Concentrations. We divide it into "year one" and "year two" because you can't get to your year two concentrations without completing year one. But many of our students are part-time and complete their MSW in three years or four years, stretching out each year to better juggle the work-life-school balance. You can also accelerate the program with full summer sessions. For those interested in learning more about social work or enhancing their application, a non-matriculated option is available.

Broad-based knowledge

Year one of the program begins in the classroom, where you’ll study the history of social welfare; how organizations deliver their services to individuals, families, groups, and communities; the basic tools of clinical social work; and introductory research concepts and methods.

You’ll also experience how this context and instruction applies to a wide range of social work roles during hundreds of hours of accompanying, supervised fieldwork in a social service setting, such as agencies, hospitals and nursing homes.

Focused concentration

Year two features an increased emphasis on clinical social work through courses covering diagnosis and assessment, intervention planning, and treatment evaluation within diverse populations.

You’ll complete hundreds more hours of field placement, honing your clinical skills and working one-on-one in a clinical setting. By year’s end, you’ll have a better understanding of the client/social worker relationship, how to manage a client’s resistance and withhold judgment.

Continued growth

Faculty and staff remain available to you, as a resource, even after graduation and we organize continuing education workshops keep you sharp.

We fit your schedule

To accommodate working individuals, classes for the full-time program can be completed in the evenings at our Manhattan campus, or weekends with one evening a week at our Brooklyn campus.