What distinguishes the School’s curriculum?
The School’s curriculum is distinguished by
- 4 method areas: Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice; Advanced Generalist Practice & Programming; Policy Practice; Social Enterprise Administration.
- 7 fields of practice: Aging; Contemporary Social Issues; Family, Youth & Children’s Services; Health, Mental Health & Disabilities; International Social Welfare and Services to Immigrants and Refugees; School-based & School-linked Services; World of Work.
- 4 minors: Business Administration; International Social Welfare; Law; Public Policy & Administration.
- 9 dual degrees with other professional schools at Columbia: Business, Divinity, International Affairs, Jewish Studies, Law, Public Health, Public Policy & Administration, Special Education, Urban Planning.
For more information, go to Degree Options.