Social workers want to improve the lives of others and make a real difference in their own communities and throughout the globe. A Master’s in Social Work from UWF will expand your career as a world changer.
Why Social Work at UWF?
Students will work with experienced and caring faculty boasting a range of expertise in both clinical practice and theoretical research. Most are licensed clinical social workers and have extensive practice experience.
Program flexibility allows students to tailor the program to meet their educational needs. The program enjoys strong relationships with placement agencies throughout the region, including areas that focus on child welfare, corrections, developmental disabilities, domestic violence/crisis intervention, family services, gerontology, health care, housing services, mental health, military, public assistance/public welfare, rehabilitation, schools and substance abuse.
Applied Sciences & Professions, Civic Engagement, Social work, Community work, Volunteering
2 years | Full time
- One year of estimated living expenses: $17,181 (room, board, books, health insurance, etc) One year of graduate study: $15,531 (6 credit hours per semester) Application Fee: $30 USD Intensive English Tuition per semester: $4000 (18 hours of instruction per week, books included)
A sample of featured courses you will take in the Social Work program.
– SOW 5757 THE HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY, AND THEORY OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE
– SOW 5629 MSW HUMAN DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
– SOW 6125 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY FOR SOCIAL WORK
– SOW 6619 CLINICAL PRACTICE WITH FAMILIES
Only one is required