The Jane Addams College of Social Work’s mission is to educate professional social workers, develop knowledge, and provide leadership in the development and implementation of policies and services on behalf of the poor, the oppressed, racial and ethnic minorities, and other at-risk urban populations.

MSW Program

The Master of Social Work degree program prepares students with the competencies and practice behaviors necessary for advanced social work practice in an area of concentration.

MSW/MPH Joint Degree Program

The MSW/MPH joint degree program allows students interested in the field of public health social work to integrate the competencies and perspectives of the two disciplines in a deliberate and coordinated way.

Post-MSW School Social Worker Endorsement

The Post-MSW Professional Educator’s License (PEL), School Social Worker Endorsement, program is a non-degree program which prepares individuals who have already obtained an MSW to become eligible for the Illinois State Board of Education School Social Worker Endorsement application process.

PhD Program

The PhD program is designed to support the development of scholars of social and economic justice, providing students with the knowledge and skills for advancing social work theory and research and for the development and direction of social welfare programs and services.

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