Master of Social Work Degree Programs
Reaffirmed on a seven-year cycle, Grace Abbott School of Social Work is fully accredited through 2021 by the Council on Social Work Education. Click here for more information about our accreditation and licensure.
Our master’s level programs include the following:
- The MSW foundation level courses are designed for students whose undergraduate degree is not in social work.
- The MSW advanced standing level courses are tailored for students who have completed a BSSW degree within 10 years or have completed the MSW foundation level courses.
- Managing Juvenile and Adult Population Certificate is for students that desire to work with juveniles and adults who are in contact with the criminal justice system as victims, offender, or family members.
- For students seeking a dual degree focused on agency and program planning, policy, administration and evaluation, we offer a Master of Social Work and Master of Public Administration dual degree (MSW/MPA).
- For those with an interest in criminal justice, we offer a Master of Social Work and Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice dual degree (MSW/MSCRCJ).
- The Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health (MSW/MPH) dual degree program is a collaborative effort between the Grace Abbott School of Social Work and the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Public Health. It offers interdisciplinary preparation in both these fields, requiring fewer credit hours than it would take to obtain each degree independently.
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