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Master of Social Work (MSW) for BSW Students
Begins every Summer (May)
Online Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW)
- Designed for individuals with a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW).
- Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
- Available online with “live Web classes” held at set times that are convenient for you, such as in the evenings and/or weekends. Typically, students meet "online" 2 to 3 times per week.
- Uses local field placements (as available) to help you apply what you learn in your own community.
- Includes 1 brief on-campus visit (5 to 6 days) held in early November during the first year of your program.
- Credited by the 2006 Princeton Review as a having a “great social work program."
- Awarded the 2007 Outstanding Credit Program from the University Continuing Education Association’s Great Plains Region.
- Named as one of the Top Colleges for Online Social Work Programs by The Best Colleges.
- Listed as one of the Top 10 Best Online MSW Degree Programs by TheBestSchools.org.
- Provides student support services, such as online tutoring, library, tech support, and advising services.
- Begins every Summer (May) semester.
- Offers in-state tuition for all online courses regardless of where you live!
Note: If you do not have your Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree, you must apply to the Master of Social Work for Non-BSW Students distance program.
UND Department of Social Work
- Learn from highly qualified faculty with master or doctoral degrees and extensive experience in teaching graduate level courses offered in the MSW program.
- Benefit from a diverse faculty within the UND Department of Social Work who represent many major areas of social work, including:
- children and families
- community practice and organization
- complexity theory
- GLBT and gender issues
- human behavior
- loss and grief
- mental health
- research methods
- rural social work
- social and public policy
- Experience strong one-on-one interaction with instructors who are committed to distance learning and are available to answer your questions by phone or e-mail.