Explore Our Programs
Undergraduate Major in Social Welfare
Since 1942 we have offered the undergraduate major in Social Welfare leading to the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree, under the jurisdiction of the College of Letters and Science.
Master of Social Welfare (MSW)
Berkeley Social Welfare's MSW Program develops future leaders of the profession who are deeply prepared for multi-level social work in specific areas of practice.
Special program options are available within the MSW Program for enhanced and expanded learning:
Concurrent & Dual Degree Programs in Public Health (MSW+MPH)
Berkeley Social Welfare and the School of Public Health offer concurrent and dual degree program options for students preparing for careers that span both social welfare and public health.
School Social Work Credentialing Program (PPSC)
Berkeley Social Welfare offers a curriculum in school social work practice, leading to eligibility for a recommendation from the School for the Pupil Personnel Services Credentials (PPSC) issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Doctoral Program: PhD in Social Welfare
Berkeley Social Welfare's doctoral program develops scholars who make significant contributions to the field of social welfare through excellent teaching, research, policy development and analysis and administration.
Experience summer with Berkeley Social Welfare. Courses for academic credit available for current students as well as visitors.
Professional and continuing education programs, activities and events