Complete the form below to learn more about the online MSW program from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work.
Tuition per credit hour is $1,050.
The online MSW program includes six terms per year and offers three starts per calendar year in January, May and September. Application deadlines are as follows:
Yes. We accept applicants from multiple academic backgrounds. However, students applying for Advanced Standing are required to have a Bachelor of Social Work from a CSWE-accredited program.
If you hold a BSW from a CSWE-accredited program and maintained a GPA of 3.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale), we will consider you for Advanced Standing. If admitted as Advanced Standing, you will enter the program in the second year.
Yes, financial aid is available; currently 78 percent of our on-ground students receive some form of financial assistance. To learn more about available options and find out if you qualify for assistance, please visit our Financial Aid page. You can also contact an Admissions Advisor to walk through any specific questions you may have at 866-545-9506.
Wurzweiler School of Social Work is pleased to offer a 10% degree completion scholarship for all new online students for the Online Master of Social Work.* For more information, contact an admissions advisor or visit our tuition page.
Interviews are determined by the Admissions Committee. If an interview is deemed appropriate, it can be conducted via phone or Skype.
We admit students from various majors, backgrounds, and experience.
Yes. Online students are welcomed to participate in on-campus commencement activities.
Yes. Students transferring from a CSWE-accredited MSW program can transfer a maximum of 12 credits and must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) at their current institution. See the Admissions Requirements page for more details.
*Degree Completion Scholarship offer available only to qualified new (first-time) enrollees for the Online Master of Social Work programs, not current or returning students to the program. Scholarship funds not payable directly to recipient, funds will be credited exclusively toward tuition in the student's final academic term of the program. If student receives other forms of financial assistance, the student's financial assistance may require modification to account for the scholarship by preventing any 'over-award,' such that the total financial assistance received does not exceed the cost of attendance, as defined and determined by the Office of Financial Aid of Yeshiva University. Recipients of the scholarship must remain continuously enrolled in the program through completion. Exceptions may be granted for students who obtain a university-approved leave of absence. Students receiving the scholarship must maintain satisfactory academic progress at all times for scholarship to remain in effect. This scholarship offer may be revised, rescinded or terminated at any time. All admissions and scholarship decisions of Wurzweiler School of Social Work are final.