- The Graduate Certificate in Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) is designed to provide students with knowledge to implement trauma-informed policy, supervision, and intervention within professional settings.
- In conjunction with the Center for Aging and Translational Research and the UWM Graduate School, we offer a Graduate Certificate in Applied Gerontology. Gerontology is an expanding area for social workers at all levels of practice. The certificate builds on the requirements of the gerontology concentration and includes additional, interdisciplinary coursework. We have also piloted a field program in gerontology that exposes students with interest in aging services to multiple agencies and types of services.
Certificate in Nonprofit Management
- Partnering with the Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management, we offer social work students the option of additional coursework for a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. This certificate builds on our requirements in macro methods (community and organizational practice) and is for graduate students primarily interested in organizational leadership and management roles.
Women’s and Gender Studies
- The Graduate Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies is designed for students enrolled in a graduate program in any field who wish to complement their training with an additional specialization in women’s studies.
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