The USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work offers a CSWE-accredited online master's in Social Work program that is one of the best at preparing Clinical Social Workers. Ranked #12 by US News and World Report. The GRE is not required to apply to the MSW@USC program and an Advanced Standing option is offered. Bachelor's degree required. Learn more about this program today!
Simmons School of Social Work - SocialWork@Simmons offers a CSWE Accredited Online MSW with full-time, part-time, and accelerated tracks. The GRE is not required to apply. Request information.
The CSWE accredited online MSW program from Fordham University's top-ranked school of social work prepares students for relevant, integrated practice with all populations. GRE scores are not required. Request information today.
Capella University is now offering a CSWE accredited online Master of Social Work. The MSW program helps prepare students to enter the general or clinical practice role. Advanced Standing option also offered. Capella also offers an online Doctor of Social Work. Click Here to contact Capella University about their Master of Social Work program or Doctor of Social Work program.
Social work is similar to most academic disciplines in that it has a long history, has been strengthened by countless amounts of research, and has evolved over time. This evolution, spurred on by the application of social work within various arenas, has led to the formal recognition of subfields such as child and family social work, medical social work, and substance abuse social work, among others. It’s no surprise that new subfields are beginning to emerge, and one that’s gaining momentum focuses on the intersection of social work and environmental consciousness. While it goes by many names, this new subfield is primarily referred to as “Ecological Social Work.”
In order to learn more about this growing subfield of social work we spoke with Dr. Fred Besthorn of Wichita State University, founder of The Global Alliance for a Deep-Ecological Social Work. In the Interview, Dr. Besthorn discusses the origins of Ecological Social Work, the research supporting it, and what he sees for the future of the field.