Monmouth’s Doctor of Social Work (DSW) in Human Rights Leadership prepares you to be an agent of change at the executive level. You will learn to design, evaluate, and implement effective human rights programs and policies that positively impact individuals and communities. Our DSW features a practice-based curriculum that consists of 48-credits and is delivered online through synchronous courses. With a program cohort of only 15 students, annual residency programs, and faculty mentorship opportunities, our students benefit from an intensely personalized and collaborative learning experience.
You will study with experienced Monmouth faculty as well as international professors who provide an additional global perspective on the profession of social work. Our deep connections to the United Nations and the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) at Monmouth will help you grow your professional network at the national and global level.
Course work is interdisciplinary and includes your choice of electives from graduate programs across the University in areas including education, nursing, history and anthropology, geography, and political science.