Change Lives Starting with Your Own in Social Work
Make a difference in the world. The UCF Online Master of Social Work (MSW) program addresses national and global health, as well as mental health challenges that impact individuals, families, groups and communities. Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), gain a deeper understanding of how we are all interconnected and how the challenges that affect one segment of our society or world may affect others. You will learn ways to promote positive change for future generations — helping you to succeed in the rewarding field of social work.
A Unique Online Social Work Program Designed for Today’s World
Students in the online MSW program get a hands-on look at social work theory, practice and clinical skills required to address the many challenges in our communities and develop solutions for a better quality of life. Field education internships offer first-hand learning experiences with clients and patients, giving students an opportunity to engage and collaborate with other social work professionals.
Learn from faculty who bring diverse backgrounds and experiences to the classroom. They’ll share the knowledge and tools needed to succeed in the industry, including their own research that covers areas such as mental health, trauma, health, disabilities, sexual trauma, domestic violence, military veterans and families, virtual reality, addictions, infant mental health, child welfare, foster care, community work, among others.
The UCF MSW Online program is a CSWE accredited program with two tracks:
The traditional track is designed specifically for students who do not have a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) or who completed their BSW more than six years ago. This track completes 62-credit hours within a 3-year cohort model for stronger peer support.
The advanced standing track is designed for students who have earned a BSW from a CSWE-accredited program within the last six years with a GPA of 3.3 in their last 60 credit hours. The track admits only one time a year in the fall semester. This track completes 32-credit hours over four semesters in a cohort model.