Students in the Master of Social Work (MSW) program not only learn about interactions between individuals, but also the connection between political, economic and social structures. They learn the best approaches to intervention, social development and social change and have the opportunity to work directly with individuals, groups and communities through field placements.
Kevin Amirault is one of 10 graduate recipients of the Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement this fall. He says, “The MSW program at Carleton provides a really supportive environment. The encouragement of professors gave me confidence in my research ideas and abilities.”
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