Obtain a master's degree in social work from the fully-accredited School of Social Work at Colorado State University. The school is dedicated to the values and ethics of the profession of social work. Through your coursework, you will learn to utilize community resources to promote the well-being of all, understand the complexities of people and their interactions through a recognized body of knowledge, and advocate for the welfare of humankind.
- Advance your career through a part-time program designed for working professionals.
- Learn from our experienced and knowledgeable faculty members through a combination of face-to-face instruction and distance learning methods.
- Earn a master's degree accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, providing the basis for obtaining a state social work license.
The program focuses on an advanced generalist social work practice in the context of community. This perspective recognizes that practice is informed by socio-behavioral and ecosystems knowledge. That knowledge is rooted in ideologies that include democracy, humanism, and empowerment. The degree prepares you for direct and indirect interventions that are client-centered, problem-focused, and research-based.