Master of Social Work (MSW) Program

Savannah State University

Program Description

Master of Social Work (MSW) Program

Savannah State University

Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, Savannah State University's Master of Social Work (MSW) program is an administrative track that prepares students to become architects for social change. Over the course of their degree, students learn public policy and study crisis intervention in a rich educational tradition that is rooted in social justice and social change.

To accommodate a wide range of talented students and working professionals seeking an MSW degree, SSU offers two distinct degree paths: a clinical social work concentration and a social administration concentration.

New Georgia Licensure Rule (Board Rule 135-12 Testing and Assessments)

According to the New Georgia Licensure rule {135-12-.02(2)}, individual seeking licensure or renewal must complete a "graduate level course, such as psychopathology, DSM or other course with similar content, by a regionally accredited university or an organized training program recognized and/or approved by the Board in mental disorders and diagnosing mental disorders consisting of a minimum of three semester hours or five quarter hours (forty-five clock hours) may satisfy this requirement."

Any of the following three courses offered by the Department of Social Work at Savannah State University meet the new licensure rule.

  • Advanced Clinical Practice I
  • Advanced Clinical Practice II
  • Mental Health Issues with Adults
This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated March 13, 2018
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This course is Campus based
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Sept. 2018
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USA - Savannah, Georgia
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