A Master’s Degree in Social Work is an excellent path to consider if one is interested in working with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and/or communities. Those who work in this field utilize social theories to understand human problems, to help improve people’s lives, and to improve society as a whole. These mental health professionals help people with a broad range of issues, including psychological, financial, health and relationship. Social workers help children, assist those with life-threatening problems and aiding people to overcome addictions. The MSW typically requires up to two years of full-time graduate study in combination with two years of field practicum experience.
Graduates can pursue clinical social work practice in a variety of settings including schools, non-profit organizations, community centers, hospitals and clinics, nursing facilities, courts, correctional facilities, government organizations, and private practice. Social Workers can use their MSW degree to work as social work practitioners, counselors, supervisors, program managers, administrators, consultants, trainers, project coordinators, educators, researchers, and policy advocates.
Bachelor’s Degree and Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT) Results
TTI offers this program through its partnership with Daemen College. Any credit or degrees described here are offered through our partner institution. TTI is not a college or university and does not offer credit bearing courses or degrees in New York State.