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Advancing Social Work, Public Health & Social Policy Menu Academics Master of Social Work Master of Public Health Master of Social Policy Dual Degrees 3-2 Programs PhD in Social Work PhD in Public Health Sciences AIBDA Certificate Global Opportunities Field Education Faculty & Research Faculty Professors of Practice Research Professors Teaching Professors, Senior Lecturers & Scholars Visiting & Adjunct Emeritus Faculty Research Centers Faculty Recruitment Resources & Initiatives Professional Development Clark-Fox Policy Institute Community Partnerships Field Instructor Resources Driving Equity 2030 Open Classroom Advanced Learning Certificates Grand Challenges for Social Work News Most Recent News Alumni Students Social Work Practicum Public Health Policy Faculty Research Community Engagement Diversity Global Life at Brown Admitted Student Resources Life at Brown School Our Facilities Student Support Student Groups & Events Student Body Profile Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Career Engagement International Student Support Brown School Library Student Blog St. Louis Region Washington University Apply About Driving Equity 2030 Events Alumni Contact Us Brown School › Academics › Master of Social Work › Individualized Concentration Individualized ConcentrationThis concentration allows students to focus their coursework on policies, practice methods and issues affecting their unique professional interests. The Individualized path is designed to support students whose interests in a particular population or issue are not represented within our existing concentrations. With the help of their academic advisor and the Individualized concentration chair, students will have the support they need to craft a cohesive curriculum that reflects their professional goals and interests while fulfilling critical social work  competencies. Students who individualize their concentration may elect to combine two concentrations or designate their own course of study. Students will structure their concentration using a pre-approved curriculum model; this approach ensures that coursework addresses each of the core competencies necessary for a career of comprehensive and sustainable impact. Recent Examples Students have recently graduated with individualized concentrations such as: Community Based Mental Health Interventions Social Entrepreneurship in the Global Health Sector Women’s Health and the Political Environment Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Community Healthcare Delivery and Promotion CONCENTRATION REQUIREMENTS: 21 CREDITS Students will work with an advisor to select coursework that meets the unique needs of their chosen population while fulfilling the following requriements: Theory, Problems, and Issues (3 credits) Social Policy (3 credits) Practice Methods (3 credits) Management & Leadership of Organizations (3 credits) Social Policy Analysis & Evaluation (3 credits) or Evaluation of Programs and Services (3 credits) You will also have 9 elective credits, which can be used to broaden your expertise in other areas or to pursue additional electives aligned with your concentration. CONCENTRATION PRACTICUM The MSW program requires 600 hours of concentration practicum (in addition to 360 hours of foundation practicum). The concentration practicum must take place in an agency aligned with the individualized concentration’s focus. Concentration ChairJennifer Harpring is a teaching professor and the Associate Dean for Social Work, in addition to chairing the Individualized concentration. Harpring focuses on community-engaged teaching, creating collaborative learning environments, advising, and higher education administration. A winner of the Excellence in Advising award, she works intently working with students to achieve their goals. Throughout her career in community engagement, she has held positions at a public health department, city housing department, and non-profit organizations. Featured Graduate“I chose to individualize my concentration, Integrative Healthcare, to make the most of my degree. By customizing my curriculum, I was able to fine-tune my MSW to secure a strong set of skills in medical and mental health upon graduation. It is incredibly important to take advantage of opportunities that may help guide you into your next steps as a professional.”—JONATHAN RIECK, MSW ’19, PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE SOCIAL WORKER, ST. LOUIS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL Quick Links: Apply About Brown School Contact Us Directions Academic Professional Integrity Policy Native Land Acknowledgement wustl.edu Keep Up with Our Latest News, Research and Insights: Support the Campaign: to Grow. to Lead. to Change. --> Founded in 1925, the George Warren Brown School was named with a generous gift from Betty Bofinger Brown in memory of her late husband. Copyright 2024 by Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis Washington University  •  One Brookings Drive   •  St. Louis, MO 63130 Apply Info Sessions Request Info

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