The Master of Social Work program is a 62-credit degree program that can be completed full time in two years or part time in three to four years. In the foundation year, students take two direct practice courses, two policy and organizing courses, two human behavior courses, a research course and a data analysis course.
In the advanced year, students choose a concentration in either clinical practice or macro practice. Students also complete three required practice courses, three electives, one professional development course and two advanced research courses. In both foundation and advanced years, students complete a required field internship. Many students opt to take electives during Summer Session or early spring to lighten their course load in the final year of graduate study.