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Welcome to “The Heights” at Wurzweiler Online

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A Virtual Exploration of Social Work

As you progress through the online Master of Social Work (MSW) program, you will be routinely directed to visit “The Heights,” a dynamic virtual learning environment that lets you explore complex scenarios relevant to your future in the field. Built to simulate geographic and demographic diversity, The Heights includes urban, metropolitan, suburban and rural locations, each featuring unique points of interest and potential case management scenarios.

Navigating The Heights

In preparation for the online MSW’s fieldwork assignment and your future roles in social work, The Heights empowers you to practice what you learn in class in an engaging, risk-free environment.

Here’s how you will navigate your virtual surroundings and access various activities and assignments:

Explore Wurzweiler’s Online MSW Program

Shape Your Future With Our Flexible Curriculum

In addition to advanced clinical practice with individuals and families, group work, and community practice, the online MSW can also accommodate unique social work specializations.

Prepare for What’s Ahead

Our application and admissions requirements, as well as our expert Admissions Advisors, will help prepare you for a rewarding program built on rigorous coursework and field-based training.

Discover New Ways to Engage Online

The online MSW offers exclusive support resources for your digital experience, as well as unique opportunities to engage and collaborate remotely with your cohort peers and faculty.