At the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, we seek to provide a flexible program that meets the needs of all students from all walks of life. To this end, the school offers two MSW degree options: a 60 hour program for students with any bachelor's degree and a 33 hour advanced standing degree for students who have received a BSW degree from an accredited university within the last five years.

To find out more information about the advanced standing option, please view our advanced standing page. The 60 hour program can be completed on either a part-time or full-time basis. To find out more about the part-time option, please view our part-time page. To find out more about the full-time option, please view our full-time page.

At the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work students have the option of selecting one of two concentrations: Direct Practice (practice emphasis with individuals, families and small groups) or Administration and Community Practice (practice emphasis with larger groups, organizations and communities). For Advanced Standing students, this decision is made when applying. For part-time or full-time students, this decision is made during the last semester of the foundation curriculum. To read more about these options, please view our concentrations page.