University of Alabama Hybrid MSW Program
The University of Alabama offers a hybrid online MSW program that follows a cohort model with asynchronous structure. Traditional and advanced standing options are available with concentrations in Services to Children, Adolescents, and their Families or Adults and their families. Some of the courses include face-to-face skills labs conducted on Saturdays at regionally-convenient locations (each skills lab meets for half a day on four Saturdays during the semester).
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For traditional standing students course requirements to graduate require 60 credits hours, and 1000 hours of field education. Advanced standing students are required to complete 42 credit hours and 500 hours of field education. Most field education agencies are located in Alabama, although arrangements may be made for field education sites out of state. Both programs are available in a part time option and full-time option which take four years for traditional part-time, two years for traditional full-time, two years for advanced part-time, and 1.5 for advanced full-time.
Admissions for traditional students is in the summer, while the advanced standing is in the spring/summer. University of Alabama online MSW program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
University of Alabama Hybrid MSW Program: Overview
Department: School of Social Work at The University of Alabama
Degree Types: Traditional and Advanced Standing
Concentrations: Adolescents, and their Families, Adults and their Families
Program Structure: Primarily online classes with limited face-to-face sessions and field education placements
Instruction Methods: Full-Time program follows a cohort model – classes are primarily online with some courses having face-to-face skills labs that take place on Saturdays at locations throughout Alabama as well as in Jackson, MS and Atlanta, GA. Online instruction is usually asynchronous with specific deadlines for assignments.
Disclaimer: Most of the programs field agencies are located within Alabama, although it is possible to arrange for field education placements in neighboring states
Program Information – Traditional Students
- Program Name: Master of Social Work Distance Education Programs
- Phone Number: (800)-467-0227
- Field Education Requirements: 1,000 hours (500 hours per year)
- Number of Credits Required: 60 credit hours
- Program Options: Full-Time and Part-Time Options
- Program Length: Full-time program can be completed in three semesters (Summer, Fall and Spring semesters); Part-time program takes longer
- Program Start Dates: Summer
- GPA: Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 – students with a GPA below 3.0 are required to take the MAT or GRE (new scoring system)
- GRE Information: Only required for students with a GPA lower than 3.0
- GRE Scores: Minimum GRE score of 300 (verbal plus quantitative) for students who need to take the GRE
Program Information – Advanced Standing Students
- Program Name: Advanced Standing Master of Social Work Distance Education Program
- Phone Number: (800)-467-0227
- Field Education Requirements: A total of 500 hours
- Number of Credits Required: 42 credit hours needed to graduate
- Program Options: Full-Time and Part-Time Options
- Program Length: Full-time program can be completed in 3 semesters; longer Part-time option also available
- Program Start Dates: Spring or Summer admissions (January and May/June) – students start by taking bridge classes before joining second year students
- BSW Requirement: Students must have earned a BSW degree from a CSWE accredited program
- GPA: Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 – requires a B average in all undergraduate social work classes (no more than 1 C, no Cs in a field course) plus other GPA and course requirements/li>
- GRE Information: Not Required
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University of Alabama's MSW program information was last updated in March 2020. For more information, visit the university's website above.
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Master of Social Work
What is an internship?
An internship is a supervised, guided experiential learning in an agency setting. It is an academic course focusing on the process of interaction with client systems and socialization into the social work profession.
What is expected of me as a student?
In general, you should be open to learning and growing, willing to look at and grapple with your own biases and values, and willing to take responsibility for your own learning. More specifically, you will be expected to meet the learning objectives for the internship and demonstrate application of the required skills.
How many internships will I have?
You will have two internships: a foundation internship in the first half of the MSW program and a concentration internship in the final academic year. By the time of graduation, regular students will have logged 1136 practice hours and advancednstanding students will have logged 960 hours.
What is the difference between a foundation and concentration internship?
The foundation internship is the grounding for core social work knowledge, values, and skills where you learn to engage, assess, plan, intervene, evaluate, and terminate at all systems levels (individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations). The concentration internship takes you more in depth with different systems levels—advanced direct practice for those who want to concentrate in working with individuals, groups, and families and management and community practice for those who want to work with communities and organizations.
What is the difference between advanced-standing and regular internships?
The advanced standing internship is offered only during the summer and is a total of 240 practice hours. It is a compressed version of the regular foundation year internship, but it is for advanced standing students only.
When will I do my internship?
The requirement for doing an internship is either to be enrolled in the required foundation year courses in social work methods or to have completed these courses before beginning the internship. Our preferred model is that social work methods courses and internships be taken concurrently. This gives the student more time to integrate knowledge and skills and to practice what is being learned in the classroom. However, we are also committed to teaching those who can only attend graduate school part-time because of distance, employment, or other circumstances. For these students we also offer internships during the summer based upon student needs and instructor availability.
How many hours is the internship?
The foundation year internship is a total of 416 hours. This is generally scheduled for 16 hours per week (generally Thursdays and Fridays) over the course of two semesters or during the summer at 40 hours per week. The concentration year internship is 720 hours and is scheduled for 24 hours per week (generally Wednesday through Friday) over the course of two semesters; it cannot be completed during the summer and, with rare exceptions, must be completed during concentration year when you are enrolled in your concentration level courses.
How many credit hours is the internship?
The foundation internship is either two courses, each of which is four credit hours and are taken in the fall and spring semesters, or one course taken in the summer semester. Advanced standing internship is also completed in two courses, each of which are three credit hours. The concentration year internship is required of all students and consists of two courses, each of which are five credit hours. Thus, internships consist of eighteen of the sixty credit hours required for regular students and sixteen of the forty-three required hours for advanced standing students.
What is a typical internship?
There is no typical internship. The only thing that is consistent across sites is the availability of client systems and social work supervision. Internships are found in all kinds of human and community service settings—mental health centers, hospitals and clinics, domestic violence shelters, prisons, client-advocacy and policy-advocacy organizations, child and family welfare agencies, schools, aging centers, residential facilities, and other settings. Internships are as diverse at the people social workers serve.
Are internships paid?
More paid internships are available for the concentration year than the foundation year but both are rare and students should not expect a paid internship. Students may request a paid internship and are matched to the agency based on educational fit and financial need.
Can I choose or find my own internship?
We are always interested in developing new internship sites and students who are aware of potential agencies or instructors are asked to notify the MSW internship coordinator. The coordinator will then assess the educational appropriateness of the site. However, students are not to contact agencies directly and make their own arrangements for an internship. The internship coordinators arrange all placements. Every year, we hold an internship fair and students then submit an internship application that includes a request for their preferences their internship
Can I do my internship at my job?
It is possible if your place of employment is in the human services field, if the agency is willing and able to incorporate our educational objectives into work duties or make other arrangements to have them met, and if there is an LMSW or LCSW who is willing to instruct you and who does not currently supervise your work. If you’re interested in doing an internship where you’re employed, you should bring this to the attention of the internship coordinator.
How far will I have to travel to my internship?
We are committed to serving students all over Arkansas and we will try to keep you as close to home as possible. In some cases, travel may be required because of the availability of approved sites and instructors.
I work and need flexible hours. Can I do my internship evenings and weekends?
Time spent in the internship must be supervised by your field instructor. Most social workers work 8-5 p.m., Monday through Friday. We do not have the ability to accommodate students who can only complete their internships in the evenings and on weekends.
I have worked in the field. Can my experience count toward the internship?
No. Our accrediting body, the Council on Social Work Education, clearly prohibits this. Your experience will be valuable in applying new theories and practice skills.
What is the process to obtain an internship?
If you are admitted as a part-time student, you will start with only your coursework and your advisor will help you draft a plan for your remaining coursework and for the timing of your internships. If you are admitted full-time, you will receive an application for the foundation internship shortly after you are accepted to the program.
The MSW internship coordinator will assess your experience and goals and make a tentative match with an instructor and agency. You and the potential instructor then interview each other to ensure goodness of fit. Students who are admitted prior to the internship fair in the spring as well as all part-time and concentration year students are encouraged to attend the annual career and internship fair in the spring semester.
As a student, you will learn about the agencies and meet potential instructors. From there, you submit an application that includes your preferences for agencies at which to complete your internship. Again, you and the potential instructor will meet and interview one another before the internship is confirmed. Internship application forms are on the web site.
Do I need a car?
Many social work activities (such as outreach, home visits, meetings with collaborating agencies, and community care) require transportation. If transportation is difficult for you, please notify the MSW Internship Coordinator in your internship application.
What is the difference between an internship field instructor, faculty liaison, faculty advisor, and MSW internship coordinator?
An internship field instructor is a LMSW with two years experience or a LCSW who is employed at an agency and volunteers to teach and mentor our students in accordance with our educational objectives and guidelines. A faculty liaison is a member of the faculty who is available to both the student and internship instructor for consultation.
The faculty liaison is the bridge between the school and the agency and monitors the student’s learning. The liaison schedules meetings with both the student and instructor and is responsible for the final internship grade in consultation with the internship field instructor. A faculty advisor is a member of the faculty who advises students on academic matters. The internship coordinator coordinates student internships; training for students, field instructors, and liaisons; oversees the internships, and ensures that the internship process meets academic expectations.
How does UA Little Rock choose internship instructors?
We are blessed with a community of excellent social workers who are committed to teaching and giving back to their profession. We look for licensed social workers, preferably LCSWs, who have the time and the interest in becoming an educator within their agencies. We provide instructors with initial training, manuals, and ongoing continuing education and consultation.
What if my agency is not what I expect or does not meet my learning goals?
We hope that you and your internship instructor will have discussed basic expectations and goals at the initial interview and before the School confirms the internship. After you have started the internship, concerns should be directly discussed with your internship instructor. If the concerns are not resolved, you should contact your faculty liaison. As a student, you can consult at any time with your faculty liaison about problem solving in connection with the internship.
What if I drop the internship after the first semester?
A student should never drop their internship before discussing it with the field instructor, liaison, and advisor. “Disappearing” from the agency without notifying the appropriate parties may result in dismissal from the School.
MSW Program Mission Statement
The mission of the University of Arkansas MSW program is to use the body of knowledge, values, and skills of the social work profession to:
- develop new social work knowledge through the conduct of research in the spirit of scientific inquiry and the use of new technologies, especially in the area of poverty reduction;
- educate competent and effective advanced leader/practitioners committed to fundamental social work values including service, social justice, integrity, the dignity and worth of every person, competence and human rights; and
- apply research findings in outreach efforts through service and leadership in the development of social service delivery systems to improve the quality of life of poor and other vulnerable persons, families, groups, organizations and communities in Arkansas, nationally, and globally.
MSW Program Overview
Professional social work is challenging, rewarding and filled with exciting opportunities. The faculty and staff of the School are committed to preparing students to meet the significant challenges addressed by social workers with advanced degrees in an ever-changing world and to acquainting them with the many rewards of professional social work.
Students in the MSW program explore social work from many vantage points. They are asked to examine their values and beliefs in the contexts of those of the profession and of the populations served by social workers. MSW students explore a wide range of theories about human behavior and the environments in which humans live. They learn a range of practice skills used by social workers in efforts to serve and advocate for the individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities with whom we work
The graduate program educates students to analyze and advocate for social policies to improve the conditions of vulnerable populations. They grapple with the complexities of human diversity and social and economic justice. The graduate student examines existing research methodologies and learns a range of research skills to help advance evidence based social work practice. The program will acquaint students with the use of new technologies available to social workers. And, perhaps most important, through the field internship experiences, students will have the opportunity to apply what they learn in real life social work practice contexts.
The MSW program at the University of Arkansas School of Social Work is designed to prepare leader/practitioners for advanced practice with multiple systems across the life course. We are particularly concerned that our graduates leave the program with the leadership skills and tools needed to advance the mission of the profession, especially in terms of reducing poverty and assisting vulnerable populations in moving toward self-sufficiency and well being.
Curriculum Overview and Program Options
The MSW program includes four program options:
- The Regular (2-year) full-time program (63 credit hours) is designed for students entering the program without a CSWE accredited bachelor’s degree in social work. This option includes one year of foundation curriculum and one year of advanced concentration curriculum.
- The Extended (3-Year) program (63 credit hours) is an extended version of the Regular (2-year) program that allows students to take a reduced number of credit hours per semester (6-9) while completing the foundation curriculum and then move to full-time in their 3rd year for the advanced concentration.
- The Advanced Standing (12-month) full-time program (39 credit hours) is designed for students with a bachelor’s degree in social work from a CSWE accredited program, obtained within the past six years. Applicants who earned their degree more than 6 years prior to application may petition for an exception, by documenting a significant post-bachelor’s history of social work employment and ongoing continuing education.
- The Online Advanced Standing (12-month) full-time program (39 credit hours) allows students to complete all MSW degree requirements from their home location. No campus visits are required. Field internships are also arranged in the vicinity of the student’s location. Online students must meet specific technology requirements. Applicants to the on campus and online Advanced Standing programs must meet the same admission requirements.
Multi-System Life Course Perspective
The graduate program includes one concentration conceptualized using a Multi-System Life Course (MSLC) perspective. The program requires all students to develop advanced professional knowledge, values, and skills for practice with multiple systems (individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities) across the life course. A systems framework is used in structuring the curriculum and life course theory is used as the theoretical base for the concentration curriculum.
Capstone Research Project
Students complete a capstone research project over the course of the advanced year. The capstone project is completed as a significant component of the required two-course Research and Technology sequence. Students may instead choose to complete a thesis with curriculum committee approval.
For curriculum plans please see the individual program option links under “Graduate Program” on this website.
The coordinated MPH/MSW: Public Health/Social Work degree program is offered through the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Public Health and the University of Alabama (UA) School of Social Work. Students in this coordinated program earn an MPH with a concentration in Population Health. In this individualized concentration, students gain a solid foundation in public health through completion of the MPH Core (based on the Evidence-based Public Health framework), an Applied Practice Experience (Internship), and an Integrative Learning Experience (Capstone). Students also select from among all master’s-level Public Health courses (e.g., maternal and child health, program evaluation, health policy) to build a unique curriculum that supports their career goals. Specialized advising is provided to assist students in designing their individualized curriculum.
The coordinated MPH/MSW program results in two advanced degrees providing students with management and leadership skills necessary for a broad range of administrative positions; this coordinated degree program also addresses the pressing need for professionally trained social workers. The addition of the MPH degree prepares students for careers specifically focused on improving the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, communities, and populations, both locally and globally.
Students may complete the MPH portion of this coordinated degree program totally online, in class, or through a mix of online and in-class experiences.
A total of 90 credit hours of coursework are required for the coordinated MPH/MSW program. Normally, 42 credit hours are required for the MPH and 60 credit hours for the MSW; however, because of the coordinated nature of the degrees, 12 credit hours from the MSW curriculum are credited to the MPH This allows students to earn both degrees in reduced time and at reduced cost.
Online students pay less than the out-of-state tuition rate for the MPH portion of this coordinated degree.
Download Sample Curriculum Planning Sheet (pdf)
To apply, students must have at least a bachelor's degree. Students are admitted separately to the MSW and MPH programs. The GRE is not required of MPH or MSW applicants.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service and UA Little Rock have announced a partnership on a new concurrent degree program. Students pursuing a Master of Public Service (MPS) at the Clinton School may now earn a concurrent Master of Social Work (MSW) through the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Social Work.
“I’m thrilled about the partnership with the School of Social Work,” said Clinton School Academic Dean Susan Hoffpauir, who was once a faculty member in the School of Social Work. “It’s such a perfect fit for students in both programs and many have already reached out for more information.”
The concurrent degree program will allow for cross-credit of specified courses, resulting in a savings in the total number of credit hours that would be required for both degrees if completed separately. A student in the concurrent MPS-MSW program must complete all the requirements for the MSW degree as specified by the School of Social Work, and all requirements for the MPS degree as specified by the Clinton School.
The UA Little Rock School of Social Work graduates more social work students than any other social work program in Arkansas. Its MSW program is nationally accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
"I am excited about the opportunity to work with the Clinton School. Students who graduate from the concurrent program will have a unique set of skills that they will bring to their communities,” said Catherine Crisp, Associate Professor and MSW Program Coordinator.
“I've met with several students who are interested in the program and I am excited to begin working with them."
Questions about the MPS-MSW concurrent program can be emailed to Hoffpauir at [email protected] or Morgan Leyenberger, UA Little Rock School of Social Work Admissions Coordinator, at [email protected]
The MPS-MSW program is the fourth concurrent degree program offered through the Clinton School and partnering University of Arkansas System schools.
The Clinton School’s MPS can also be earned concurrently with a Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health, or a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Sam M. Walton College of Business.
Welcome to the MSW Program
We Offer Two MSW Degree Experiences. You choose.
Our nationally ranked Master of Social Work Program is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and structured to meet the needs of today’s working professionals.
Students can choose to pursue our MSW degree by attending classes on our beautiful campus in Tuscaloosa or through our flexible distance learning/primarily online format option. Both formats focus on preparing students for advanced social work practice and leadership roles in a variety of social work settings.
Students have the option to be admitted to the on-campus format or to the distance learning/primarily online format of our MSW program. Once admitted, students may not switch formats.
Graduates of the MSW program will be able to:
- Deliver evidence-based social work practice to diverse client systems.
- Advocate for vulnerable populations at the individual, group, and community levels.
- Engage in culturally competent advanced social work practice with diverse groups.
- Analyze, formulate, and influence organizational and government policies.
- Apply social work values and ethics to practice.
To prepare advanced scholar practitioners to improve the lives of individuals and families, enhance community well-being, and advocate for policies that support systemic change.
Three Program Tracks, Two Concentrations.
We Have Options for You.
We offer three unique degree program tracks — our Advanced Standing Program, Traditional 60-Credit Hour Program and Part-time Program — to meet our students’ diverse educational backgrounds and to help students balance work-life.
Students may pursue a MSW in the following two concentrations under each program track:
- Social Work with Children, Adolescents and Their Families
- Social Work with Adults and Their Families
MSW FAQsLearn more about our MSW Program in our Frequently Asked Questions! (pdf)
Spring application deadline: Sept. 15
Summer application deadline: Jan. 15
A full-time Advanced-Standing Program for students who hold a bachelor of social work (BSW) from a university accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
60-Credit Hour Program
Summer application deadline: Jan. 15
Fall application deadline: March 15
A full-time 60-Credit Hour program for students who hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited university and who do not meet the Advanced-Standing criteria.
3 Years +
Contact the School’s Registrar to inquire
about our part-time degree plan.
An option for full-time enrolled MSW students in our Advanced-Standing or 60-Credit Hour programs. Part-time plans are available for review after admission.
Earn More Than One Degree
Our top-ranked MSW degree can be combined with either a Master of Public Health (MPH) from The University of Alabama at Birmingham or a Juris Doctorate (JD) from The University of Alabama School of Law. Taking advantage of our coordinated degree programs will allow you to earn two graduate degrees in two fields in less time than it would take to complete them sequentially. To enroll in one of our coordinated-degree programs, students must apply to each school separately and be admitted to both programs.
MSW/JDThe MSW/JD is coordinated between The University of Alabama School of Social Work and The University of Alabama School of Law. The degree provides students with the knowledge of legal and social work strategies that can improve the lives of individuals and groups by understanding forensic social work, the justice system, domestic violence, child protection, human rights, and more.
MSW/MPHThe MSW/MPH is a coordinated between The University of Alabama School of Social Work and the Department of Health Care Organization and Policy (HCOP) at The University of Alabama-Birmingham School of Public Health. The degree prepares social workers for interdisciplinary practice in public health programs concerned with the promotion and improvement of the health of diverse populations, including women, children, and families.
MSW Distance Learning/Primarily Online
Our MSW primarily online format option is designed for working professionals who are looking to build on their social work knowledge and skills, advance in their career and boost their earning potential in a non-traditional setting. Offered through Bama By Distance, our MSW primarily online program is ranked among the Top 25 Best Online Master’s Program in the nation by BestColleges.com.
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Start Planning Your Future
Interested in joining the thousands of UA MSW alumni who are leading agencies, developing policies, evaluating programs, and providing direct practice to impact the lives of individuals and families in Alabama and across the nation? We encourage you to visit us.
The School of Social Work offers both in-person and virtual MSW Information Sessions to learn more about our top-ranked program, course offerings, and for you to engage with current students, faculty and staff. We also provide valuable insight about the admission, advising and financial aid process.
In-person sessions have tentatively been put on-hold due to COVID.
- Breakfast with MSW Program Director Dr. M. Sebrena Jackson (optional)
- MSW Program overview and highlights
- Q & A with the School’s registrar and a field office representative (lunch provided)
- Current student panel discussion
- Opportunity to begin the MSW application here on campus
- Little Hall and campus tour
Virtual information sessions will begin on April 28 and will be held each week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays through the end of the Fall 2020 semester.
Sign Up For a MSW Information Session
Sign Up For a Virtual MSW Information Session
The University of Alabama School of Social Work is committed to making its web resources accessible to all users, and welcomes comments or suggestions on access improvements. If you are unable to access the contents of these documents, please contact (205) 348-7027 or [email protected]
School of Social Work
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Master of Social Work (MSW) at Akron campus
How to apply
1. Apply to the Graduate School (click here)
- Complete the online application, submit official transcripts (for all coursework since high school), and pay the application fee.
2. Apply to the School of Social Work
- E-mail the following (together in one e-mail) to Brittany Smith at [email protected]
(a) the preferred program format form (click here);
(b) essay (instructions below);
(c) current resume; and
(d) (For advanced standing applicants only) undergraduate field evaluation(s)
- Arrange for three (3) recommendations, using the social work recommendation form only (click here), to be e-mailed directly to Brittany Smith at [email protected]
Note: for Advanced Standing, one recommendation must come from your undergraduate academic advisor, program coordinator or director, OR field coordinator, and one must come from a faculty member familiar with your academic performance.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ESSAY:
- Submit an essay of 3- 5 typed pages, double-spaced, 1” margins, explaining:
- Why do you want to be a social worker?;
- Why do you feel a graduate degree in social work is necessary to fulfill your professional or personal objectives?;
- Describe your view of diversity in society; and
- Describe a situation in which you were the recipient/provider of help emotionally, socially, or economically, and if/how this situation impacted your desire to pursue an advanced degree in social work.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND HERE:
MSW Admission Guidelines
Frequently asked questions
What is the admission deadline?
- Feb. 1, 2022: Review of the applications for Advanced Standing, full-time, and part-time will begin.
- Feb. 15, 2022: Priority admissions for Advanced Standing, full-time, and part-time
- March 31, 2022: Deadline for applications to the Advanced Standing program
- May 31, 2022: Deadline for applications to both the full-time and part-time programs
When do classes begin?
- Advanced Standing evening program: Summer, 2022
- Full-time & part-time programs: Fall, 2022
Do I need to attend any orientation sessions?
Yes, you will need to attend two orientations: Field Orientation & Program Orientation.
What should I expect for my field education experience?
Students may complete their field placements at agencies throughout the Northeast Ohio area (Click here).
Who can I contact for additional assistance?
Please call 330-972-5275 or e-mail [email protected]