Criminal Justice (M.A.) and Social Work - Clinical Concentration (M.S.W.) Dual Master's Program

Program of Study (72 graduate credits minimum)

To complete requirements for the MA/MSW with the Clinical Concentration, students must complete 72 credits through required coursework and electives:

Social Work courses (48 credits):

SSW 600  Social Welfare Policy and Services (3 credits)
SSW 610  Human Behavior and Social Environment I (3 credits)
SSW 611  Human Behavior and Social Environment II (3 credits)
SSW 620  Micro Practice in Social Work I (3 credits)
SSW 621  Micro Practice in Social Work II (3 credits)
SSW 630  Macro Practice in Social Work I (3 credits)
SSW 631  Macro Practice in Social Work II (3 credits)
SSW 650  Field Instruction I (3 credits)
SSW 651  Field Instruction II (4 credits)
SSW 7xx  Advanced Policy (3 credits)
SSW 752  Field Instruction III (4 credits)
SSW 753  Field Instruction IV (4 credits)
SSW 7xx  Advanced Clinical Practice (9 credits)

Criminal Justice courses (24 credits):

CRJ 504  Applied Statistics 1 (3 credits)
CRJ 505  MA Research Design (3 credits)
CRJ 507  Theories of Crime (3 credits)
CRJ 540  Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Justice (3 credits)
CRJ xxx   Electives (9 credits) of which can include one of the four available 9 credit concentration tracks (Information Technology; Crime Causation, Prevention, and Intervention; Justice Systems; Problem Solving Analysis).
CRJ 799   Capstone Seminar (3 credits)

Please note: This program requires an internship, field experience, study abroad component, or clinical experience requirement. Students who have previously been convicted of a felony are advised that their prior criminal history may impede their ability to complete the requirements of certain academic programs and/or to meet licensure requirements for certain professions. If you have concerns about this matter please contact the Dean’s Office of your intended academic program.

This program is approved for licensure or certification in New York State and the institution has not made a determination regarding the educational requirements for any other state.