Delivery Format - Online
Number of Credit Hours - 42-60
Tuition per hour - $360.00
Accreditation - Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
Ranking - Ranked in the top 25% of accredited MSW programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report
Practicum - 60 credit-hour program: 1,000 total clock-hours; Advanced Standing: 500 clock-hours in field education placement
Orientation Required - Yes
Admission Deadline - The primarily online Advanced-Standing Program will begin every January and June.
Other program specifics - Two options offered: Advanced-Standing Program and 60 credit-hour program.
Programs, courses and tuition subject to change.
Since 1965 The University of Alabama School of Social Work has been preparing MSW's to make a difference in the lives of others. Regardless of your work schedule, you can earn your MSW through distance learning and join our community of alumni who are serving clients in Alabama, across the U.S. and across the world.
The primarily online Master of Social Work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
As a student in the MSW program, you can:
UA offers two options for earning your MSW: the Advanced-Standing Program and the 60-credit-hour program.
The Advanced-Standing Program is a 42-credit-hour program for only those who hold a CSWE-accredited BSW. It can be completed in three semesters when pursued full-time. Coursework is offered primarily online with face-to-face skills labs held on selected Saturdays at regionally convenient locations across Alabama.
The 60-credit-hour program is for those who do not currently hold a CSWE-accredited BSW. It is also available primarily online with face-to-face skills labs held at regionally convenient locations on selected Saturdays across the state of Alabama. It can be completed in two years when pursued full-time.
Both options offer two concentrations: Children, Adolescents and their Families or Adults and their Families. Please view the curriculum page for more details.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.