Social Work (M.S.W.)
About the Program
Boise State’s Master of Social Work (MSW) Online degree is designed to prepare students for advanced social work practice with individuals and families. Students learn clinical, organizational and policy skills necessary for promoting social justice and equality and enhancing the quality of life for all people. With no out-of-state tuition and 100% online coursework, our program provides you the flexibility to get your master’s degree
Graduate Major Requirements take the following courses, take 57 credits57 creditsSOCWRK503 - Social Work Practice3 creditsSOCWRK504 - Social Work Practice Skills2 creditsSOCWRK505 - Social Policy I3 creditsSOCWRK512 - Human Devel thru Life Cycle3 creditsSOCWRK514 - Ethnicity, Gender, and Class1 creditSOCWRK521 - Social Dim of Human Behavior3 creditsSOCWRK530 - Research/Statistics I3 creditsSOCWRK531 - Foundation of Research II2 creditsSOCWRK570 - Foundation Field Work I2 creditsSOCWRK572 - Foundation Field Work II2 creditsSOCWRK573 - Foundation Practicum Seminar I1 creditSOCWRK574 - Foundtn Practicum Seminar II1 creditSOCWRK506 - Social Policy II3 creditsSOCWRK525 - Adv Clinical Prac Indiv & Fam3 creditsSOCWRK526 - Mental Disorders3 creditsSOCWRK532 - Research II3 creditsSOCWRK550 - Advanced Interventions I3 creditsSOCWRK575 - Adv Social Work Practicum I6 creditsSOCWRK576 - Adv Social Work Practicum II6 creditsSOCWRK577 - Advanced Practicum Seminar I1 creditSOCWRK578 - Advanced Practicum Seminar II1 credit
Two Electives - Take at least 4 credits of Specialization Electives (2 credits each)4 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.