MSW Certificate in Aging and Health
The Rutgers School of Social Work is committed to helping to grow a "bigger and better" workforce for our rapidly aging population. One primary way that the School strives toward this goal is through its MSW Certificate in Aging and Health Program.
The certificate program is embedded within the master's curriculum in that it does not require students to complete any additional work beyond the credit requirements of the core MSW curriculum. Instead, it requires students to focus activities that fulfill the general requirements of the MSW curriculum specifically in the area of aging and health.
The School also provides competitive scholarships to MSW students who demonstrate exceptional promise as leaders in the field of aging through its MSW Fellowship in Aging Program. Scholarship candidates are required to be enrolled in the certificate program.
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