Social Work (Minor)

Program Description

Undergraduate students across NYU may take courses at the Silver School of Social Work and explore our three minor programs.  Students will gain an in-depth understanding of many of today’s complex social problems, occurring domestically and internationally, and what can be done to alleviate and address these problems. Students can formally declare a minor in Albert and are required to take specific courses for a total of 16 - 18 credits as noted in the minor descriptions below.


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