The MSW Online Program at University of Texas-Arlington will now be offering a web-based instruction by prominent national and international scholars. We have been offering our face-to-face students online education for a number of years. However, we are now ready to launch a full graduate degree program online! The new MSW online program will operate on a part-time basis with a focus on Direct Practice with Children and Families. The focus of the MSW online program is consistent with the expected social work job growth in the next couple of years. The Department of Labor (pdf) anticipates that social work jobs with children and families are likely to increase by 12% between 2008 and 2018. Click on the curriculum plan below to see how manageable earning a graduate social work degree from a reputable University and School can be. Our program will be taught by nationally and internally renowned faculty. We invite you to be part of the Maverick social work family!
If you are interested in determining if completing your program online is right for you. Please take a moment to complete an online course readiness assessment. Click here: How Do I Get Started
This online assessment will ask you about 3 key areas: time management, technology, and study skills & learning preferences.
At this time you must be a Texas resident currently living in Texas to apply to the Online MSW program
Curriculum for MSW On-line Programs
Students Without a BSW Degree
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The MSW Online Cohort is scheduled to begin every fall semester. Please contact the MSW Admissions Office for more information on eligibility, application requirements, and deadlines for applying at 817-272-1044 or email@example.com
Application forms and directions may be obtained from:
Please include “MSW Admissions Packet Request” in the subject line; and include your name, address, daytime phone number, cell phone number, and email address.
Apply online using the Texas common application for graduate schools.