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At Case Western Reserve University’s CSWE-accredited Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences—ranked No. 9 in 2019 for social work by U.S. News & World Report—students can earn their Master of Science in Social Administration (MSSA) online. The degree is equivalent to an MSW, and can be completed in as few as one and a half years. GRE scores are not required to apply.

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Online Social Work at CWRU Program Highlights

  • CSWE-accredited
  • No GRE requirement
  • Scholarships available
  • Complete in as few as one and a half years
  • Three Paths of Study: Children, Youth and Families; Mental Health with Adults; Community Practice for Social Change
  • In as few as one and a half years, you can prepare for social work leadership by earning your Master of Science in Social Administration online from Case Western Reserve University’s top-ranked school of social work

Three Paths of Study to Choose From:

  • Children, Youth and Families (Direct Practice): Explore themes such as autism, adoption, child abuse, transitions to adulthood and LGBTQA youth as you prepare to serve families and individuals of all ages.
  • Mental Health with Adults (Direct Practice): Learn how to address violence, trauma, suicide and mental health disorders across a variety of professional settings.
  • Community Practice for Social Change (Macro): Develop strategies for making systemic improvements that facilitate large-scale social change. Topics include diversity, globalization, human rights and oppression.

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Case Western Reserve University's
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
Program Feature: Prepare for social work leadership
Paths of Study: Children, Youth and Families; Mental Health with Adults; Community Practice for Social Change
Program Length:  Can be completed in as few as two and a half years

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