Macro Social Work Practice: MSW
from the Bulletin
This method includes education in those areas of practice that call for intervention to bring about change in large systems. It encompasses a broad spectrum of practice, involving planning, organizing, and managerial skills. The curriculum prepares students whose academic and career interests are aimed at finding solutions to social problems affecting population groups at the community, regional, and national levels.
The macro concentration rests on a set of basic values that includes participatory democracy, multiculturalism, feminist principles, a strengths and assets approach, community/consumer empowerment, and social and economic justice.