Social Work (MSW)
Promote social justice through healing and helping in your work with individuals, groups, communities and institutions.
Working holistically while recognizing and advancing human rights, you will have the opportunity to respond to those in need in order to promote social change and justice.
Build on your knowledge and experience in direct or indirect social work practice and social welfare analysis, reflecting the interests, resources, population, and social conditions of Northern Ontario.
Complete the program with a combination of coursework and a 450-hour placement or a thesis project.
Benefit from an academically challenging environment, small class sizes, and wonderful opportunities to work closely with faculty members and peers.
What do Social Workers do?
Work in schools, hospitals, mental health agencies, with children and youth, in addiction treatment, crisis intervention, and violence against women programs, and in the areas of community development, social policy, corrections, disability services, and gerontology.
Graduates can rest assured knowing there is a multitude of career options they can explore post-graduation. Many of these careers can be found in the public and private sector.