Case Western Reserve University Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
As the #9 ranked social work school in the United States and the highest ranked school at Case Western Reserve University, the Mandel School is at the forefront of educating future leaders in social work and nonprofit management. Our mission is to promote social justice and empower communities. Our research is shaping public policy, informing social change, and transforming lives. Our students are talented, compassionate, diverse people who are educated an mentored by world-renowned professors and taught in a rigorous, groundbreaking curriculum that will prepare them to change the world.
Founded in 1915, our graduate programs include the Master of Science in Social Administration (MSSA, equivalent to an MSW), Ph.D. in Social Welfare, a Master of Nonprofit Organizations, and dual degree programs with Social Work and Public Health, Law, Business, Bioethics, and Nonprofit Management.
The MSSA social work concentrations of study include: Community Practice for Social Change; Mental Health with Adults; Mental Health with Children and Adolescents; Children, Youth and Families; Alcohol & Drug Abuse; Aging; and Health. Certificates include: Management and Leadership; Nonprofit Management; School Social Work; Gerontology; and Global Health.
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