SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK LICENSURE
Graduates of the MSW School Social Work Specialization are eligible for a School Social Work (SSW) License from the Ohio Department of Education. All of the licensure requirements are completed during the MSW studies.
The specialization includes coursework specific to School Social Work and an advanced field practicum completed in a school setting. Graduates of the School Social Work program work in public, private, and charter schools and in community mental health agencies that contract services to schools.
For any Clinical OSU MSW alumni or external MSW graduates, there has been a revised SSW curriculum. Please contact our Program Office for more information.
INTERDISCIPLINARY SPECIALIZATION IN AGING
The Interdisciplinary Specialization in Aging offers students an opportunity to gain specific expertise in the care of older adults through both required and elective coursework. The core curriculum focuses on the basic components of gerontology shared by many disciplines.
UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP TITLE IV-E CHILD WELFARE TRAINING PROGRAM
UPP prepares graduates for careers in public child welfare agencies in Ohio. This program includes coursework specifically related the child welfare practice and requires that students complete a practicum in a public child welfare agency. Students who are accepted into the program and successfully complete all requirements may be eligible for a $5,000 stipend.
To learn more about the University Partnership Title IV-E Child Welfare Training Program, contact UPP Coordinator Linda Helm (firstname.lastname@example.org) 614-688-3290.
Graduate Minors and Interdisciplinary Specializations are available. Please check the Graduate School website for a list of current offerings.