Explore Our Certificate Programs
Financial Social Work Certificate Program
UMSSW’s Financial Social Work Initiative (FSWI) is launching its very own Financial Social Work (FSW) Certificate Program in Spring 2018! It will meet an identified need for greater financial capability and empowerment knowledge on the part of social workers who practice in non-profit and other social service agencies.
Forensic Social Work Certificate Program
Forensic social work is the application of social work skills, knowledge and principles within the context of the legal system.
Human Services Leadership and Management Certificate Program
The Human Services Leadership and Management Certificate at the University of Maryland School of Social Work develops the leadership and management capacity of human service professionals, alumni, and students through competency-based education, networking, facilitated peer coaching, and research on management and leadership in the human services
INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
EAPs in the New Millennium - this online course presents a conceptual framework involved with Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) from a global perspective.
Motivational Interviewing Certificate Program
The Motivational Interviewing (MI) in Social Work Certificate Program is designed to provide not only the resources and information necessary for gaining MI knowledge through course content, but also the opportunity for practicing and improving actual MI skills.
Trauma Intervention with Children and Adolescents Certificate Program
The child and adolescent trauma intervention certificate program encompasses an integrated focus on child development, neurobiology, attachment theory, and adverse life events (ALEs AKA “Trauma”).
Substance Use Disorder Assessment and Treatment Certificate Program
As part of a broader effort to advance the knowledge and science of treating substance use disorders (SUDs), the UMSSW is launching the Substance Use Disorder Assessment and Treatment Certificate Program focused on the evidence-based assessment and treatment of SUDs.