To be a social worker, requires a degree in social work from a college or university program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. The undergraduate degree is the Bachelor of Social Work. Graduate degrees include the Master of Social Work and the Doctorate in Social Work. A Master of Social Work is required to provide therapy.
Degree programs involve classroom study as well as practical field experience. The bachelor’s degree prepares graduates for entry-level work. The master of Social Work is required for more advanced practice. A Doctorate is required for doing research or teaching at the university level.
- Community Organization
- International Social Work
- Policy and Planning