If you’re interested in pursuing a career that allows you to improve lives in a meaningful way, the Social Work major at Minnesota State University Moorhead may be for you. Our diverse curriculum helps you develop the knowledge and skills required in all facets of licensed generalist social work practice. Specifically, this degree will equip you to work closely with individuals, families, groups and organizations to solve clients' real-life personal challenges. It also helps you advance social and economic justice, and human rights in your community and on a global scale. In addition to classroom study, you will learn by examining professors’ real-world expertise and gain your own hands-on experience by completing a meaningful 480-hour internship prior to graduation. Following graduation, candidates must pass a licensing examination in the state in which you will practice.
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Social Work students acquire practical, hands-on skills by completing two human service experiences and a 480-hour internship.
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