Social Work
       Master of Social Work
We welcome your interest in the MSW Program at East Carolina’s School of Social Work. Social work is an exciting profession that offers opportunities to work with many different populations in a variety of settings. Our alumni hold clinical and administrative positions in both public and private health settings, mental health agencies, schools, state and federal government structures, child and family agencies, substance abuse clinics, and agencies serving aging populations. Students may participate in either an on-campus or off-campus (cohort) program. In addition, the school offers two curriculum options: Advanced Standing and Regular Track. The Advanced Standing is available only to students who have received an undergraduate degree in Social work in the last seven years. Please take the time to explore our site and learn about our program options. For information on Field Education please click here.
Click on the appropriate year below to view your Course Sequence.
 
  • Regular Track 1st Year
  • Regular Track 2nd Year
  • Advanced Standing Curriculum
 
FALL SEMESTER
SPRING SEMESTER
 
 
SOCW 5001
3
SOCW 6111
3
 
SOCW 5900
3
SOCW 6701
3
 
SOCW 5910
3
SOCW 6711
3
 
SOCW 6110
3
SOCW 6940
6
 
SOCW 6702
3
 
FALL SEMESTER
SPRING SEMESTER
 
 
SOCW Elective
3
SOCW Elective
3
 
SOCW 6140
3
SOCW Elective
3
 
SOCW 6141
3
SOCW 6550
3
 
SOCW 6950
6
SOCW 6960
6
 
SUMMER SEMESTER
FALL SEMESTER
 
 
SOCW 6110
3
SOCW Elective
3
 
SOCW 6111
3
SOCW 6140
3
 
SOCW 6701
3
SOCW 6141
3
 
SOCW 6711
3
SOCW 6950
6
 
 
SPRING SEMESTER
 
 
SOCW Elective
3
 
SOCW Elective
3
 
SOCW 6550
3
 
SOCW 6960
6
 
Clinical-Community Social Work from a Relational Perspective

 
The master of social work (MSW) degree is taught in a traditional face to face environment and by off-campus cohorts (Saturday Classes).
 
Click here to apply to East Carolina University. Admission to East Carolina University does not guarantee admissions into your desired program of study.
 
Admission Requirements:
**Your file cannot be evaluated until all materials for both the School of Social Work and the
Graduate School
are complete. THESE MATERIALS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE GRADUATE SCHOOL NO LATER THAN JANUARY 8, 2014.
  • An earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited undergraduate institution
  • A minimum 2.75 GPA on a 4.0 scale in all undergraduate work and a 3.0 for the senior year.
  • A satisfactory score on either the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) 385 or the Graduate Records Exam (GRE) 147.
  • A broad-based liberal arts foundation ( minimum of six courses in basic social and behavioral sciences)
Applicants are required to submit transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities, three letters of reference, and a statement of interest describing their potential, interest, and motivation for pursuing a career in social work. Enrollment is limited. Admissions are handled on a competitive basis.

MSW students complete two internships. The first internship occurs during the second semester of their first year. The second is a two semester internship throughout the second year. MSW students are required to spend 24 hours a week in the field, for a minimum of 336 hours a semester. Advanced Standing students are exempt from the first MSW field placement.
 
 
 
 
 
     
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