The SAU School of Social Work has been reaccredited through 2019 for the maximum duration of eight years. This accreditation is an honor and an enormous effort by the MSW faculty and staff, as well as many others across campus. Through our master's degree in social work program, we look forward to eight more years of preparing competent and ethical social work professionals who enrich lives and advocate a just society.
For more information about earning your Master's of Social Work in Iowa or the Quad Cities area, contact us today. A representative from the SAU School of Social Work will be happy to answer your questions.
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As part of St. Ambrose's commitment to social justice and service to others, the Master of Social Work program prepares graduate social work professionals to address social issues and needs, offering a concentration specialization in Advanced Empowerment Practice.
Field experience offers students an opportunity to apply, refine, and integrate knowledge acquired in the classroom with experiences in social agencies.
Local speakers offer perspectives regarding regional issues and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) during this social work continuing education conference.
MSW graduates achieve a thorough understanding of diversity, and human behavior and social contexts which allows them to deliver competent and ethical service.