Department of Social Work

College of Health and Human Development

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate Ethical and
    Professional Behavior
  2. Engage Diversity and
    Difference in Practice
  3. Advance Human Rights and
    Social, Economic, and
    Environmental Justice
  4. Engage in Practice-informed
    Research and Research-informed Practice
  5. Engage in Policy Practice
  6. Engage with Individuals,
    Families, Groups,
    Organizations, and
    Communities
  7. Assess Individuals, Families,
    Groups, Organizations, and
    Communities
  8. Intervene with Individuals,
    Families, Groups,
    Organizations, and
    Communities
  9. Evaluate Practice with
    Individuals, Families,
    Groups, Organizations, and
    Communities

Department Office:

EC-207 (657) 278-8452

Degree Requirement:

60 units

 

Opportunities

International Social Work Programs

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NASW CA Lobby Days in Sacramento

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Masters Project Poster Session

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Concentrations & Career Paths

The Master of Social Work degree at CSUF is designed to educate emerging and committed professionals for direct social work practice with vulnerable, marginalized, and disadvantaged populations in multicultural settings. The program features three concentrations:

  • Child Welfare
  • Community Mental Health
  • Aging

 

Typical Social Work Job Settings

  • County Social Service Agency
  • County Health Care Agency
  • Child Protective Services
  • Adoption Agencies
  • Community Mental Health Centers
  • Family Service Agencies
  • Hospitals/Clinics
  • Psychiatric Facilities
  • Social Welfare Research & Policy Analysis
  • Chemical Dependency Treatment Programs
  • School Districts/Public Schools
  • Probation and Correctional Facilities
  • Councils on Aging
  • Residential Treatment Centers
  • Foster Care Agencies
  • Day Treatment Programs
  • Non-Profit Organization