College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Social Work > Graduate Programs
MSW degree program began in 2005 as another example of the university's special commitment to service, justice, and opportunity. The degree offers a graduate, professional option to those who are interested in studying social work within the context of a Vincentian, Catholic, and urban institution.
The aims and goals of the MSW program center on education for ethical practice. It exists as a partnership between students, agencies, and the university, whose representatives work to create a curriculum which prepares students for lifelong learning, and models progressive social work practice in its entirety.
See more information from the University Catalog:
Also, a 3-year
MSW/MA in Women's and Gender Studies dual degree program has recently been approved, beginning the 2016-2017 academic year.
Applicants to the joint MA/MSW degree program must meet separate admission requirements in full for WGS and Social Work, applying separately and being accepted into both programs. Admission requirements for the MSW program are detailed under the Admission tab of this site, and admission requirements for the MA in WGS are
Degree requirements for the MSW/MA in Women's and Gender Studies are in the University Catalog
Additionally, students in the MSW Program can in some cases combine certificates with their degree; among them are certificates in: