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In addition to loan programs administered by the USC Financial Aid Office, we also encourage you to explore the following scholarship and loan forgiveness resources. School of Social Work Scholarships The USC School of Social Work offers supplemental financial assistance to students whose financial need cannot be adequately met through need-based loans. To apply for any of these school scholarships, please complete the Virtual Academic Center scholarship application at the time you apply for admission. Virtual Academic Center Dean’s Leadership Scholarship Scholarship awards of $23,000 for incoming full-time Virtual Academic Center students with demonstrated leadership capacity and experience. All interested and eligible students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, with two or more years of human/social service and leadership experience. Master in Social Work Scholarships & Loan Forgiveness | MSW@USC
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Curriculum | USC | School of Social Work The MSW@USC program mirrors the stringent curriculum and academic rigor of the on-campus program delivered by our regular, full-time faculty. The foundation-year curriculum provides a common base of knowledge, skills and values by introducing theories, issues and practice methods that deal with individuals and their environment. The second half of the curriculum offers advanced training in a concentration area to develop in-depth knowledge and skills in Families and Children; Community Organization, Planning and Administration (COPA); Mental Health; or Military Social Work.