MSW Cohort in Fort Worth
**The Fort Worth MSW Cohorts were paused during the COVID pandemic. The cohorts are expected to resume in 2023. If interested, please contact the SSW Admissions Office for more information.
The UT Arlington School of Social Work offers a Master of Social Work Degree with a Concentration in Direct Practice with Children and Families and a Certificate in Administration. This cohort program is designed to meet the needs of working professionals and is offered through our UT Arlington Fort Worth location.
Admission to the Fort Worth Cohort to start matriculation in the fall semester is limited to students that do not have a degree in social work or do not qualify for advanced standing.
Students with a degree in social work that do qualify for advanced standing can apply to the Fort Worth Cohort program to start matriculation in the summer semesters (when advanced coursework begins).
- 41-hour or 64-hour MSW program offered at UT Arlington Fort Worth location
- One course at a time, primarily scheduled in 8-week sessions
- Classes meet two evenings per week with the exception of the intercession courses
- Program can be completed in 14 months (Advanced Standing students start in the summer) or 24 months (Traditional students start in the fall semester)
- Includes field practicum (advanced field is focused on Direct Practice with Children and Families)
- Cohort based (curriculum is predetermined and students remain together throughout the program)
Fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education
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