Master of Social Work Program
A master's degree program from Metropolitan State University of Denver
MSU Denver's Master of Social Work program combines academic, research and field experience into an intense, demanding program that teaches:
Clinical assessment and intervention skills
Cultural sensitivity and global awareness
Leadership and teamwork
Personal reflection and self-correction
Advanced Standing Program
If your undergraduate degree is in social work from a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, you may qualify for the advanced standing, one-year (30 semester hours) Master of Social Work program.
Credit for Life Experience:
The Master of Social Work Program does not give credit for life experience for, or in substitution of, any part of the MSW Program course requirements, including the prerequisite SWK1010 Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare, the foundation year coursework, or the concentration year required coursework and electives.