Master of Science in Social Work
A master's degree in social work is required to provide therapy and also prepares you for clinical practice. Professionals who attain a master's degree in social work from a CSWE accredited program are eligible to become a Certified Social Worker (CSW) or a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). To view the licensing requirements for the state(s) in which you want to practice, please visit: http://www.allpsychologycareers.com/social-work-license.html
The Masters of Science in Social Work will allow you to advance in your career, give you the tools you need to climb up the corporate ladder, and increase your income.
Employment of social workers is expected to increase by 22% during the 2006-2016 decade. Mental health and substance abuse social workers will grow by 30%.
Growth of medical and public health social workers is expected
to grow by 24%. Employment of child, family, and school social workers is
expected to grow by 19%.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics www.bls.gov
Here are some of the career paths that our MSSW graduates are qualified to pursue:
|Family Advocate Program Director||Substance Abuse Counselor||Case Manager|
|SocialWorker--APS Investigator||Residential Direct Care Specialist||Youth Counselor|
|Community Action Coordinator||Treatment Team Coordinator||Senior level Service Coordinator|
|Family Advocate||Outreach Worker||Grant Writer|
|Shelter Director||VA Disability Rating Specialist||Medical Social Worker|
|Oncology Social Worker||Research Program Manager||Victim Advocate|
|Psychiatric Intake Clinician||Adoption Specialist||Grief Counselor|
(Licensed Clinical Social Worker)
|VA Social Worker|
|Geriatric Social Worker||Child Welfare Specialist||Mental Health Counselor|