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School of Social and Behavioral Science

Overview

Look inside the mind. The Department of Psychology and Social Work at Mercy College sets a pathway for a wide variety of careers from clinical work to human services including: counseling, social work, business, criminal justice, health and education. Gain the skills you need to learn what makes people “tick” and make an impact on the world around you.  

Undergraduate programs prepare students for graduate study and careers in human services, education, industry, government and health care. Graduate programs are offered in psychology, marriage and family therapy and school psychology. Programs are designed to extent student’s knowledge of the subject and meet the educational requirements for certification.  

Our programs offer students opportunities to participate in hands-on training through federally funded research projects, internship and fieldwork placements.  

Why a Degree in Social Work

Mercy College B.S.W. in Social Work students are active in the community and share their learning through volunteering and advocacy. Students interact with the community and apply what they are learning to the real world. Each year Mercy students join other social work students from across the state for the annual Legislative Advocacy Day in Albany. Our students speak with legislators urging them to pass laws that improve social justice. In fact, Mercy students are so well respected that two of our students have recently earned the Student of the Year Award from the Westchester County Division of the National Association of Social Work.

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Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs