Several traditional CSWE-accredited schools for social work offer online social work graduate programs. Accredited online social work degrees offer working professionals the opportunity to earn advanced credentials such as the Master of Social Work (MSW) without necessarily disrupting their schedules.
Online social work graduate programs may be available from the masters (MSW) to the doctorate (DSW and PhD), including post-graduate and post-masters certificate programs. Distance learning brings the classroom to you, so it may be more convenient to consider earning an online social work degree than attending class in person.
In 2014, 47,894 degrees were awarded in social work. The most common degree is the MSW with 52% share of all social work degrees granted.[i]
|Clinical Social Work Ph.D. Distance Learning Program||Institute for Clinical Social Work||PhD|
|Doctorate in Social Work - DSW||St. Catherine University||DSW|
|Doctorate in Social Work - DSW||University of St. Thomas (MN)||DSW|
|Master of Social Work||Valdosta State University||MSW|
|Social Work||University of Central Florida||MSW|
|Master of Social Work||Boston University||MSW|
|Master of Social Work||National University||MSW|
|Master of Social Work||Grand Canyon University||MSW|
|Master of Social Work Advanced Standing Program (ASP)||Pacific Oaks College||MSW|
|Master of Social Work - Traditional Track||Saint Mary's University of Minnesota||MS|
|Master of Social Work - Specialization in Children, Youth and Families||George Mason University||N/A|
|Master of Social Work, Advanced Standing||Campbellsville University||N/A|
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