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It's common for students committed to social work to have other commitments. Our Three- & Four-Year Programs allow you to shape your program around work and family without sacrificing academic excellence.
You can take your first two years of Foundation Courses at our main campus in Chestnut Hill or at our off-campus location in Worcester. If necessary, you can spread your final year of study over two years to finish in four years instead of three.
Any way you decide, you take the same courses with the same options and opportunities as full-time students. Furthermore, in your field education you get the opportunity to be placed closer to where you live.
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