Are you interested in having a meaningful career helping others? Would you like to work with vulnerable children, youth and families in your community? Do you want to make a real difference for families and the innocent young? We can help.
In the Department of Social Work and Child Advocacy from Montclair State University, you’ll find the graduate certificate and degree programs you need to help our youth and advance in your career. From case management to counseling, you’ll develop the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate an array of possible career paths.
MA in Child Advocacy and Policy
With coursework in applied child advocacy, forensic interviewing of children and child abuse and neglect, this program offers a comprehensive view of the interdisciplinary field of child advocacy and the skills and knowledge you need to succeed as a child advocacy professional.Read More
Master of Social Work
Take the lead in social work practice with children, youth, and families who live in a diverse and global society. This program provides a range of clinical and advocacy services in settings serving vulnerable children and their families.
MA in Child Advocacy and Policy, Public Child Welfare Concentration
With a concentration in public child welfare, you’ll cover coursework in applied child advocacy, child abuse, neglect and children and justice to advance your career opportunities in child advocacy organizations in the government or public sector.Read More
Child Advocacy and Policy Graduate Certificate
This 15-credit graduate certificate program provides a multi-disciplinary understanding of the role of the child advocate as seen through the disciplines of law, social work and psychology.