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Springfield College SchoolsThere are five schools at Springfield College, which include:
- The School of Arts, Sciences, and Professional Studies
- The School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation
- The School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies
- The School of Human Services
- The School of Social Work
The School of Arts, Sciences, and Professional Studies offers a broad and engaging curriculum, including biology/chemistry; education; humanities; mathematics, physics, and computer science; communications and sports journalism; psychology; business administration; social sciences; and the visual and performing arts.
The School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation focuses on the study of physical and health education, including applied exercise science, athletic training, physical education, outdoor leadership, recreation management, and sport management.
The School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies provides an academic and clinical foundation for careers in physical therapy, occupational therapy, communication disorders, rehabilitation and disabilities, emergency medical services management, and physician assistant.
The School of Human Services offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs designed to build the leadership skills of human service professionals while they are serving their communities, through weekend class schedules. Campuses are located at Springfield and Boston, Mass.; Los Angeles, Calif; Wilmington, Del.; Tampa Bay, Fla.; Manchester, N.H.; Charleston, S.C.; St. Johnsbury, Vt.; and Milwaukee, Wis.
The School of Social Work, accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), prepares social work professionals through the advanced generalist practice approach. Students earn a master of social work degree (MSW) through a full-time, weekday schedule or a part-time weekend schedule, or a combined MSW/juris doctor degree in four years through the College’s partnership with the Western New England School of Law, which is accredited by the American Bar Association. The School offers advanced standing programs for graduates of CSWE-accredited BSW programs. A post-master’s program in advanced practice with children and adolescents is designed for professionals who have earned master’s degrees.