Social Work: Practice, Policy and Research

Description

Want to make a difference? Reach out, raise hope, and change society?

This innovative MicroMasters program provides an advanced, professional sequence of courses in social work so you can gain the skills needed to empower individuals, families, communities and organizations to meet needs and create positive changes.

You will gain a greater understanding of social work practice, an awareness of the history and impact of policy on the provision of key social services, and an appreciation for the research that supports effective practice.

Build on this valuable MicroMasters program experience and take advantage of a great opportunity to be accepted into the #1 ranked social work Master's degree program for a fraction of the cost.

More information about the program is available at the University of Michigan website.

Instructors

  • Andrew Grogan-Kaylor

    Associate Professor of Social Work

  • Barbara Hiltz

    Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work

  • Jamie Mitchell

    Assistant Professor of Social Work

  • Brian E. Perron

    Associate Professor of Social Work

  • Katie Richards-Schuster

    Assistant Professor, School of Social Work

  • Mary Ruffolo

    Professor, School of Social Work

Courses (6)