California State University at Northridge

CSUN MSW Program

Sponsor Information

Organization Description

The Master of Social Work program at CSUN provides you with the skills and knowledge to address society’s most urgent social needs, utilizing a lens that espouses an intersectional, trauma-informed collaborative perspective in working with vulnerable and at-risk populations. The curriculum covers a range of professionally focused content, enabling you to learn how best to promote the wellbeing of individuals, families and their communities.

Program Highlights:

Focused on urban community practice, this program offers a generalist approach designed to expand your career possibilities.

Field work experiences are arranged for you in multiple settings, enabling you to apply concepts and practice skills from course work in a variety of real-world situations.

Convenient online format: Students can attend weekly online sessions live or watch the recording later at a more convenient time. Additionally, instructors meet with small groups of students for weekly field classes.

Exceptional support services, such as a personal program management team, keep you on track with one-on-one assistance from the first day of the program to the last.

CSUN’s cohort model allows you to progress to each new class with the same peer group. With this format, enrollment is guaranteed in all courses, leading to on-time graduation rates of 90 percent or higher.

CSUN’s Master of Social Work features a carefully crafted curriculum, specifically designed to meet the career development needs of current or aspiring social work professionals. The curriculum also enables students to gain the requisite skills and perspective to work at any level: individual/family (micro); group/community (mezzo); and societal/policy (macro). Distinguished faculty and leading practitioners work together to deliver content with real-world relevancy.

For more information, go to https://go.csun.edu/msw