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Master of Social Work - Traditional Track
Winthrop University's online Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) Traditional program is a 60-credit hour degree program for students who possess a bachelor's degree but may not have previous training in social work. The degree offers an empowerment-focused curriculum that prepares you to improve lives and communities as a competent, specialized social worker. You will learn to gauge the influences of power and use culturally relevant assessment, intervention, and evaluation methods to promote change across systems and levels of practice.
Graduates of the online M.S.W. program are prepared to:
Social workers help people, communities, and organizations affirm strengths and capacities and identify, address, and overcome challenges and affirm strengths and capacities. The online M.S.W. program will prepare you for social work positions where you can make a real difference in diverse practice areas such as:
Common roles include:
Positions for social workers are expected to grow 12 percent by 2024, faster than the average profession.1 Roles for social and community service managers are expected to grow by 10 percent over the same period, and pay a median $46,890 per year.2
Graduate students may be eligible for federal loans. To apply, students must submit a FAFSA using Winthrop's school code of 003456.
The M.S.W. program has three starts a year in August, January and May.
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Small City
Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999