Sept 1 deadline for new CSUEB part-time MSW program
- August 3, 2010 4:00pm
Cal State East Bay's Department of Social Work is pleased to announce a new, three-year part-time Master of Social Work (MSW) Program designed for working human services professionals interested in earning an MSW degree.
This Council on Social Work (CSWE) accredited program is designed to train social workers for leadership and direct practice positions. Its multicultural focus prepares students to work in both non-profit and public agencies, and to work with diverse populations in urban and suburban communities.
Classes are offered year round on Saturdays and on-line. Students take 7 courses per year and are placed in a field internship during the second year of the program.
Type of degree conferred: Master’s in Social Work with a concentration in Community Mental Health
Number of courses: 21
Program length: 3 years
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