Five-Year MSW Program
The MSW program requires completion of 60 credit hours and two internships. The first internship is 480 hours and is completed during the senior year. The second internship is 720 hours and is completed during the fifth year. Students will begin the MSW program as seniors while still paying undergraduate tuition.
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- BSW/5-Year MSW Child and Family Specialization
- BSW/5-Year MSW Health Specialization
- BSW/5-Year MSW Mental Health Specialization
- BSW/5-Year MSW Schools Specialization
- BSW/5-Year MSW IPRY Specialization
- BSW/5-Year MSW LDSS Specialization
Students who have completed SOWK 205, SOWK 361, or any 700 level courses as an undergraduate can count up to two of these courses as MSW electives. Students must have earned a grade of B or better for these courses to transfer.
During the fifth year, students will pursue one of the specializations offered in the MSW program. Students may also pursue a sub-specialization which is optional. See the links below for more information about the specializations and subspecializations. In addition, students will complete 720 hours of field placement.
|Children & Families|
|Leadership and Development in Social Services (LDSS)|
|Advanced Family Track|
|Forensic Mental Health|
Note: All BSW students must declare their intention to opt-in or -out of the five-year program by Nov. 1 of their senior year.