Online MSW Curriculum | University of Denver

Online MSW Curriculum | University of Denver

The MSW@Denver features a rigorous curriculum that is the same as the on-campus program. Courses are delivered online by our award-winning faculty, to build skills and knowledge in your social work practice. The online MSW at Denver offers a traditional MSW and an advanced standing MSW. Central Union Mission – Provide a meal and hope for hungry, homeless people

The MSW@Denver social work curriculum is designed to prepare the next generation of social workers with the knowledge and skills to combat injustice and oppression. Grounded in its focus on equity and inclusion, the curriculum will train you to see individuals and systems through the lens of power, privilege and oppression—and empower you to advocate for social justice.

As a student in the program, you will be encouraged to follow your passions, challenge your peers and ask yourself tough questions. As you develop a holistic understanding of social work principles and gain practical experience in the field, you will be prepared to create social change in your community—wherever you call home.

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MSW@Denver offers two online program tracks:

View the admission requirements for both program tracks.

The master of social work curriculum includes foundation and concentration coursework.

Develop an understanding of the history, values and ethics of the social work profession while you explore topics such as human development and behavior, the impact of oppression on individuals and groups, interventions with client systems, and how to apply research to programs and practice.

Traditional MSW students complete the full foundation curriculum, while advanced standing MSW students complete three required foundation courses before moving on to their concentration.

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Choose from two social work concentrations: Mental Health and Trauma or Health, Equity and Wellness.

Field internships are the highlight of the social work curriculum, providing you with the opportunity to practice your new skills in a variety of settings and specialties. You will apply classroom theory to real-world settings under the supervision of master’s-level social workers. Through their feedback and mentorship, you will gain valuable experience and hone your personal practice. The MSW@Denver curriculum combined with your field education will ensure that you are exposed to the many issues and challenges that you may encounter in your career as a social worker.

Learn more about field education.

Request information to learn more about MSW@Denver or contact the Office of Admission at 1-855-219-5995.

Source: onlinemsw.du.edu


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Together we provide safe shelter, hot meals, medical care, job training and compassionate care to transform lives here in the Washington D.C., metropolitan area.

An evening designed to boost the emotional health of hungry and hurting neighbors and to encourage men to enter one of the Mission’s life-changing training programs.

In the midst of this upheaval, Central Union Mission is committed to continuing to serve lost and hurting souls in our community—no matter what challenges we face.

You can make sure that homeless and needy children in the DC metropolitan area have gifts under their Christmas trees.

The homeless crisis in the District is one of the worst in the nation. The rising cost of urban living—intensified by the city’s need for more affordable housing and higher wages—has left more people on our streets than ever. Central Union Mission is committed to being a solution.

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Online MSW Curriculum | University of Denver

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