Carefully crafted social work internships provide guided learning experiences required for entry into professional practice. Specific assignments include child welfare agencies, community action programs, criminal justice and corrections programs, employment and industry-based services, family service agencies, healthcare facilities, legal services, mental health centers, older adult and end- life care and education. These internships often lead to full-time positions after students graduate. A bachelor's degree in social work is an excellent foundation for graduate school. Opportunities for continued studies include advanced standing for the Master of Social Work and qualification for law, healthcare management, public administration and international relations both at Seton Hall and other premier programs, including Columbia University, New York University, University of Pennsylvania and University of Southern California, among others. Outcome research demonstrates that the master's programs acceptance rate of Seton Hall's social work graduates is very high.