Program Pathways

The Master of Social Work program educates professionals for the pursuit of social justice with an emphasis on direct social work practice that aims to improve bio-psycho-social functioning through helping relationships.

The Silver School offers seven ways to pursue your MSW degree, allowing for flexibility and a range of educational options.

Full-time programs:

Part-time programs:

Through our impressive range of electives and field placements, it is possible for you to concentrate your graduate education on specific aspects of social work. You can select from our rich and diverse offerings to build a focused portfolio suited to your professional interests.

Students have a total of 5 years from the point of matriculation to complete the MSW requirements. Students have the final responsibility for ensuring that all degree requirements are met. Students cannot enroll in additional courses after they complete the 65 credit curriculum. Consultation with the student’s academic advisor is highly recommended.