The Master of Social Work Program prepares social workers for leadership in family-centered and advanced social work practice. The curriculum is solidly grounded in social systems theory. Consistent with the mission of Newman University, the program seeks to educate students for service to individuals, families, groups, communities and the profession.
Graduates of the program are eligible for licensure as professional social workers through the Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board (BSRB) in Kansas and through the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) in Colorado.
SOCIAL WORK STUDENT LOUNGE
The School of Social Work has a student lounge, located in McNeill Hall Room 123. This area allows students to study or relax before or after their classes. It is equipped with a telephone, refrigerator, and microwave.
Examination preparation materials and resources are available for use by Newman University students on campus through Academic and Student Support Services. Contact the Student Support Services Coordinator. Visit the Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board website.