60 credit hours
Prepare to support children, adolescents, and adults through evidence-based and developmentally appropriate interventions and strategies that improve their lives. The Children, Adolescents, and Adults concentration trains social workers who are interested in the following roles:
- Clinical practice with children, adolescents, and adults in a range of settings, including mental health, adoption, family support, child welfare, health care, early intervention, and education.
- Relationship-based collaborative work with caregivers and other adults.
- Advocacy work on behalf of families and communities.
- Consultation and technical assistance to the systems and organizations that serve youth and adults.