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Master's Degree in Social Work in New York in USA

Compare Masters Programs in Social Work 2019 in New York in USA

The academic field of social work concentrates on helping people in times of crisis and need. Individuals may need social workers due to many different factors such as addiction, physical or mental illness, unemployment, poverty, abuse, divorce, or discrimination.

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Master of Social Work: Advanced Standing

Kean University
Campus Full-time September 2019 USA New York Union

The Master of Social Work: Advanced Standing program is designed to prepare those students holding a BSW degree to engage in an advanced generalist social work practice. This program starts study during the summer months.


Master of Social Work

Kean University
Campus Full-time September 2019 USA New York Union

The Master of Social Work program is designed to prepare and train social workers as advanced generalists, ready to en­hance the problem-solving capacities of individuals, families, groups, communities, organizations, and social institutions.


Master of Social Work

Adelphi University
Campus Online Part-time September 2019 USA Garden City

The part-time Online Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) program offered by the Adelphi University School of Social Work blends compelling theoretical study and real-world training to prepare students for diverse opportunities and rewarding careers in a vital and expanding field.


Social Work, MSW

Syracuse University - David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics
Campus Full-time Part-time 4 - 7 years September 2019 USA Syracuse + 1 more

The School of Social Work offers a concurrent program of classroom and field instruction for the master’s degree. The basic 60-credit program, pursued over two academic years, is composed of a 24-credit foundation curriculum and an advanced area of practice concentration. The foundation curriculum helps students develop the base knowledge, values, and skills necessary for effective generalist practice in all areas of social work.