Brown School > Academics > Master of Social Work > Management Specialization Brown Page Content 1Management Specialization This specialization prepares students for leadership in human service, governmental and non-profit organizations.Within two to three years of graduation, most social workers take on some management responsibilities, such as supervision, budget management, program planning or committee work. Others actively seek mid- or senior management roles in areas such as volunteer management, program planning and evaluation, community relations, fundraising, foundation work or corporate social responsibility.Faculty who teach our management courses are highly skilled, experienced human service CEOs and senior executives who bring real-life experience to the classroom. Coursework teaches students to assess organizational performance and implement best practices, as well as train for financial management responsibilities, supervision of employees and volunteers, fundraising and grant writing. Marketable skills gained within this specialization enhance the future career and financial advancement opportunities for alumni. Graduates find employment within a variety of nonprofit, governmental and for-profit organizations providing social and human services.