​The Master of Social Work (MSW) degree program is designed to prepare students for advanced social work, with concentrations available in community practice and forensic social work. The MSW degree prepares its graduates for work and leadership in broad and varied human service organizations which span child welfare, health and mental health, community planning, family services and the like.  


Adana Cranfield, DSW
Assistant Professor
Aurora University

Desirie McKay, MSW
Director of Field Education
DePaul University

Tracey Mabrey, DSW
Associate Professor
Howard University

Sonya Crabtree-Nelson, PhD
Associate Professor
Loyola University

Maria J. Ferrera, PhD
Associate Professor
University of Chicago

Neil Vincent, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago