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What You’ll Learn
The MSW program focuses on integrated practice and prepares students for work in programs that serve at-risk populations within families, as well as positions in comprehensive/specialized healthcare facilities, public health clinics and programs, medically based senior health care facilities, wellness/preventive healthcare, and mental health programs.
Day and evening courses are offered in Rochester, NY at Brockport Downtown. Get information regarding the tuition rate for the MSW program.
The Advanced Standing, 36-credit program is offered to students who earned a Bachelor of Social Work within the past eight years from a CSWE accredited program. This program can be completed full-time in three semesters or part-time in five semesters.
The 60-credit program is offered to students who earned a bachelor’s degree in a discipline outside of Social Work. The 60-credit program can be completed full-time in two years or part-time in three years.
Day & evening classes; daytime fieldwork.
Example courses include:
- Critical Thinking in Social Work
- Social Work Assessment and Brief Intervention
- Cultural Humility
Graduates go on to clinical, supervisory, and administrative positions in private, non-profit organizations and government agencies. Students may choose to focus their careers in the areas of:
- Substance abuse
- Mental health
- Child & Public welfare
- and more
All applicants must complete the multi-step process managed by the Center for Graduate Studies.
- Determine your applicant type
- Submit application
- Request all official transcripts
- Review and submit required application materials through the Application Status Portal
- International applicants must also submit international materials
February 15: Full-time Program (36-credit)
- February 15: Full-time program (60-credit)
- March 15: Part-time program (60-credit)
- March 15: Part-time program (36-credit)
We currently do not offer spring admission for our programs.
Complete applications received after the published deadline are welcome and will be reviewed on a space-available basis.
Field education provides the opportunity for students to apply classroom knowledge to real-world settings. Our contracts with over 250 local agencies allow internships across a variety of concentrations, including: substance-abuse, mental health, domestic violence, and more.
Field Placements are incorporated into your regular plan of study:
- Two-semester placement concurrent with coursework for Advanced Standing.
- Four-semester placement concurrent with coursework for the 60-credit program.
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