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  School of Social Work 2019-2021 Degree Programs Master of Social Work Program (M.S.W.) Graduate Admission Professional Qualifications  

Professional Qualifications



In addition to meeting minimum academic requirements, applicants are evaluated for personal qualifications and suitability for professional social work education.

Consideration is given to such areas as:

  • motivation toward, knowledge of, interest in, and preparation for social work education;
  • openness to new approaches and ideas;
  • capacity for introspection;
  • ability to analyze social problems;
  • ability to deal with individual and cultural differences;
  • identification with social work values; and
  • commitment to practice that includes services to the poor and oppressed and to the alleviation of poverty, oppression, and discrimination.

Professional readiness is assessed by careful review of the entire application, with special attention given to the personal statement and letters of recommendation.

 
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