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In our full-time, two-year MSW program, you will complete a rigorous curriculum, gain valuable experience through field education, select an area of specialized practice, and choose a field of practice. You will also be able to pursue one or more certificates to further individualize your degree.
Throughout the program, you will benefit from the support and guidance of professors, advisors, staff, and alumni on courses, placements, careers, and more.
During your first year, all clinical and macro MSW students take eight foundation and specialized practice courses that provide a theoretical, practice, policy, and research foundation for more advanced coursework.
In addition to your time in the classroom, you will also spend two days in the field—usually Monday and Tuesday—for a total of 16 hours per week.
By the end of your first semester, you will select a field of practice to further customize your degree.
For the extent of your second year, you will complete courses that fulfill your specialized practice (clinical or macro), field of practice, and certificate requirements.
You will also spend three days per week in field education—usually Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Students identify as AHANA*
*African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American
Countries of residence*
*Germany, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, People’s Republic of China, U.S.A.
Mean undergraduate GPA