Master of Social Work Program By University of Michigan-Ann Arbor |Top Universities
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Program Duration

28 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

SociologyMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Sociology

Degree

MSW

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Online

This part-time, online MSW provides balance for studies, work, family and other commitments. The online curricular pathway is Interpersonal Practice in Integrated Health, Mental Health, & Substance Abuse which prepares each student to become a licensed clinical social worker. Field placements will be prepared near the students' community (in the US). The Interpersonal Practice in Integrated Health, Mental Health, & Substance Abuse pathway has an interpersonal practice focus on total health and the interconnection between physical, mental and behavioral health. It addresses current practice initiatives to decrease fragmentation in healthcare and positively impact client outcomes and quality of care. This pathway prepares students to be practice-ready for interpersonal social work with individuals, families, and groups in the broad range of health settings including Integrated Health, Mental Health and/or Behavioral Health (Substance Use Disorders/Addictions).

Program overview

Main Subject

Sociology

Degree

MSW

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Online

This part-time, online MSW provides balance for studies, work, family and other commitments. The online curricular pathway is Interpersonal Practice in Integrated Health, Mental Health, & Substance Abuse which prepares each student to become a licensed clinical social worker. Field placements will be prepared near the students' community (in the US). The Interpersonal Practice in Integrated Health, Mental Health, & Substance Abuse pathway has an interpersonal practice focus on total health and the interconnection between physical, mental and behavioral health. It addresses current practice initiatives to decrease fragmentation in healthcare and positively impact client outcomes and quality of care. This pathway prepares students to be practice-ready for interpersonal social work with individuals, families, and groups in the broad range of health settings including Integrated Health, Mental Health and/or Behavioral Health (Substance Use Disorders/Addictions).

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

100+
May

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At undergraduate level, the University of Michigan offers more than 250 different degree programs across 15 of U-M's 19 schools and colleges. The process for international students in applying for undergraduate degrees at Michigan is very similar to the process for domestic students. You should apply via The Common Application and submit the following:

  • University of Michigan Questions (required admissions essays)
  • Paid application fee
  • SAT or ACT test results
  • Proof of proficiency in English (if it’s not your first language)
  • High school transcript, translated to English if necessary
  • Teacher evaluation

Two out of three domestic undergraduate students receive financial aid. You can check the university’s Office of Financial Aid as your resource for what scholarships are available and how you can apply. The university also has a Net Price Calculator which can help you estimate the cost of your studies. 

The University of Michigan’s Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies currently has more than 8,600 students and 1,400 post-doctoral fellows enrolled within 18 of the 19 schools and colleges across campus. The graduate school offers 151 doctoral degrees, 83 master’s programs and 53 certificate programs. As well as offering a large variety of graduate programs at the Ann Arbor main campus, the university’s Dearborn campus offers graduate programs in engineering, computer science, education and public administration, while the Flint campus offers programs such as Arts Administration and Liberal Studies. 

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