At Case Western Reserve University’s CSWE-accredited Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences—ranked No. 9 in 2019 for social work by U.S. News & World Report—students can earn their Master of Science in Social Administration (MSSA) online. The degree is equivalent to an MSW, and can be completed in two and a half years. GRE scores are not required to apply.
Three Clinical Specializations: Children, Youth and Families; Mental Health with Adults; Community Practice for Social Change
In as few as two and a half years, you can prepare for social work leadership by earning your Master of Science in Social Administration online from Case Western Reserve University’s top-ranked school of social work
Three Specializations to Choose From:
Children, Youth and Families (Direct Practice): Explore themes such as autism, adoption, child abuse, transitions to adulthood and LGBTQA youth as you prepare to serve families and individuals of all ages.
Mental Health with Adults (Direct Practice): Learn how to address violence, trauma, suicide and mental health disorders across a variety of professional settings.
Community Practice for Social Change (Macro): Develop strategies for making systemic improvements that facilitate large-scale social change. Topics include diversity, globalization, human rights and oppression.